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FOE THE HOLIDAYS
Having .iuHt received from t he East
AN IMMENSE INVOICE OF GOODS
Far thi. sc., I am now prepared to supply tl want) of cverj-My in nccl of
Flaiinols, Blankets, TJndonveai',
Hosiery and Fancy Goods.
AT LOWER PRICES THAN THE SAME GOODS CAN BE
NOUGHT FOR ELSEWHERE. OLR felULJv ur
COMPRISES ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE
SEASON IN DOMESTIC AS WELL AS IM
Particular Attention if Called to our
IN THIS DEPARTMENT CAN BE FOUND THE LATEST STYLES OF
Ulsters and Circulars
AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. I WILL OFFER
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
' LADIES', MISSES' AXD OlIILDREX'S
For tbe next Thirty Days. In addition to the above I would also mention my stock of
Such as Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, to be sold at jowe
wiccs than any other Drv Goods House in Southern Illinois
will oiler them.
I respectfully Invite all purchasers to examine my goods
and prices before purchasing.
No. 124 Commercial Aviiimc.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
BCTKltED AT TIIK POST OFFICII IN CAIKO, IL
MNOIH, A8 HKCOND-CLARS MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK CITY AN I) COUNTY.
TA1JEU ERG'S M-inufurturing Jewelers,
Ko. 12S Commercial avc., Cairo, 111.
'j Kon half on TUAiiR tcn'n of K.iod formini; 5 atid
faille wiilui Villi itiitsr. Section M, tint fnrm
J out ol which one acre driM hem tukcu nil comer
y for Imryiuj; ground. Will mi at a urcnt bnreiun
forranh orlrade for slock of :iuv klml. .Vent mo
at I'luuler'ii Hotel Jiuinarv hili'to K.'lb, or Villa
ttldte Jtiiiimry llih mid l .'lh, It. 11, UKOWN,
! cRAlEI) PROPOSALS will ln received by the
O committee on Mrcetx. until Monduy, December
'. I""1'. l Vi o dock p.m.. for llbtlnte tlt trcct
i J of the tiiv Hi Cairo, with oil, uu ur electric lighl.
y ; -Tho rlclit it reserved to reject hiiv or nil bid, liy
jf order ol the city coiincl M. J . 1IOWI.E Y,
j Chairman Cmn. ou btrcntH.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in this cohmti, Ave centa per line, tch
Oysters! l'Wi! (iamo!
Vrefch oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
an cr by the hundred I Unlk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lroui the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kindu constantly on hand ami always fresh.
The "Ke.d Sinipper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicure, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to Ilie headquarter
for oyster and lisli, cm in v Ohio Lt vee and
Eighth utreet. liom:ur Hewitt, Ag't.
Denimuk and the (i in land.
Tin. Garhud'' bawt-burners for beauty
. blid utility combined are unsui pii'bed by
Ary baw burner Btuve ever put upon the
market. The "Denmark Relort 8tove" is
the best ever tried for healing offices, stores
or large rooms. One in use at llondeison'g
tirt for exhibition. The above-mentiimed
itovex are for nlu only by C. W. Hender
son. Cotnmertial avenue, corner Twelllli
rtteet, whero abo will be 1". iiu-i a large
lupply ot hkates, nil patterns cook nIuvus,
aolI'MV-ware, hardware, nails, tc.., etc.
Make a Note of it.
The best aborted stoi.k of Cooking ain'
"Hentina Sloven, Tinware, H.irlwarp. jlol
.low ware. L'ultery, etc., etc, rati be fnuii'!
gt A' Halley', llo Co!unien.;.il avenue.
The "Champion Monitor" is the best
cook store in the market for either wood or
coal. Can be had only at A. Uallcy's, 115
New liilliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of tho building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l Hartmitn, on the corner of Sixth
stfjet and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, unking changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to innke Iih place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Over 155.000 IIowo scales sold. Ror
den, Selleck it Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Forty Westminster base-burners in use
in tlieeity and all give perfect KutUfaction.
Sold only by A. Halley, 115 Comuieieial
Mr. Fred Koehler's Rutclier Shops.
Mr. Fred Koehler's two butcher shopp,
the one up town and the other down town,
on Eighth Btreet, are both cons'unUy stock
ed with the choicest fresh meats and tail
sages of every description. Ho has sue
ceeded by fair dealing and excellent gooih
in establishing fur himself and enviable
reputation and a good trade. His places of
business will be open until ten o'clock a. in.
and from three until nine o'clock p. in.
EihH, Back Rones, Ktc.
In quantities to supply the whole city
and country are now for sale at tho packing
house of Ilinkle, Moore & 1 1 inkle, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lard, t-tt.lt meats, etc., at
lowest market price.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvi'.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions, This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For Bale by Gr.o. K. O'Hara
m a mi a ma
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2ft, 1380.
100 bull's onti straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, ot 20 cents per pound ; 200 bbls.
apples, at 1.50 per bbl., lor sale by C. M.
Allen, 78 Ohio Levee.
The Younjr People's Temperance society
will give an entertuinment, consisting of
tableaux (Hoger statuary), selept reading,
vocal and instrumental music, on Tuesday
evening, Dec. 23th. Admission. 25 cents.
Grand Annual Ball.
The old Rough and Ready Fire Com
pany, No. 3, will give their annual ball at
Washington Hall, New Year's eve, Decem
ber 81st. A general invitation is extended
niul ft pleasant evening is guaranteed to
their friends. JNo improper characters will
be admitted to the ball.
W. C, Meh.neii,
F. W. Ciieuuy.
Committee of Arrangement.
DOWN THEY OO.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, U5 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and fur sale by the
idozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Remem
ber the stand,
W I XT Kit's ChTEU Dr.POT,
On Kighth street.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has opened a new
grocery store on Washington avenue, near
tlie Catholic church, where will be kept
choice family groceries of nil kinds, canned
goods, vegetables, poultry, butter, efjg?, etc.
Orders will receive prompt attention and
be tilled at best prices, (live her a call.
Cottage on Twenty-secon I street, near
Walnut, $10. Dwelling on Cross street,
near high school, $ 12. ,r)0.
M. J. lle-iVi.1T, Ileal Estate A-eiit.
Two cottages and a two-story houc on
south side Nineteenth street, west of Com
mercial avenue. Lots 25x100 It. each.
Title perfect. At a bargain.
M. J. IIowi.ey, Heal K.-tate Agent.
Oysters in any Style.
Harry Walker has employed an experi
ence! oysler man, who was was formerly
with Tony Faust in St. Louis, who can
now be found behind his oyster counter,
where he will serve oysters in the best of
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may bj enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. I'at. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and hors.-s fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, us well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figures oa a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson". His place of
business is m connection with the telephone
and nil orders received thereby will receive
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pe p-ia and all derangements of the system,
i'otli rooms, 12S Commercial avenue, over
TaberV jewelrv store. Terms: Single bath,
fl.Wl; six laths, $5.00. Trv thtni.
W. II. Mahkas,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in the"? column", ton cint iior line,
caeli insertion. Marked
The circuit court has virtually ad
journed. A few motions for new trials will
be heard, but no cases will be heard,
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeDaun's, 50
Christmas services were held yesterday
morning in the Lutherian and Catholic
A number ot nrw members have been
admitted to the Ilaptist church r-inee the
departure of F.ev. Koan.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsnuyer's.
The family of Officer Schuckers, who
have been absent from tile city lor several
weeks, visiting relatives in I'llin, have re
turned and have taken ip their residence
in Is'o. 3, Winter's How.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Dettaun's 50
Ohio Levee. w
Miss Nannie Howe, daughter of Mr.
Geo. Howe, was badly burned on one side
of her face day before yesterday by falling
upon a hot stove while suffering; from nn
attack of fits.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. II. A. Kennedy, who is superin
tending tho construction of the new eleva
tor, spent Christmas day with his family lu
Chicago. The hands employed in the cm
truetion of the foundation, celebrated the
Hon. F. M. Younyblood is a candidate
for speaker of the house in the coming ses
sion of the legislature, with every prospect
of receiving the nomination. No man tic
ket ves the honor more than he, nnd we hope
he will receive it.
Fresh oyiUr. at A. T. I Miami's, Jij
Ohio Levee. t
The scholars of Rev. I). V. (ieorgu's
Sunday school class presented him with a
very handsome and Valuable book as a
ClirUtmas present, uml Mrs. George was
the recipient of a line parlor carpet from
the ladies of tho church.
An J'.nglish sermon will be preached
in the Lutheran church on Thlrt'-rnlh
street this evening, nnd besides this, an ad
ditional attraction will be furnih!i"d in
illumination i,;' tlm inrejnilieeiit OhiUlnrwi
tree and the holy mutineer.
T """""" " i
Coroner Fitzgerald was yesterday tho
recipient of a lmndsomo meerschaum pipe,
the gift of Sheriff Hodges. Fuough to
bacco for a week also accompanied tho
pipe. The sheriff soemes to know the
coroner's weakness and catered to it most
From tho Salino County Democrat we
learn tliot there is a nice little fight going
on between Judge Hell, of Mt. Carmel,
and Hill Hobinson, of Fairfield, for the
position of railrwad commissioner, now, oc
cupied by Mr. Oberly. Judge Dell seems to
be a little ahead.
The human remains, which were fished
ashore out of tho Ohio river, near the narrow-gauge
freight depot, day before yester
day, and of which wo made mention at the
time, were yesterday examined by Coroner
Fitzgerald who found only' tho trunk of
tho body the head, arms and legs being
gone and had it decently interred near to
where it was fished ashore.
On Friday before last, the fir t dis
patch was sent from Metropolis the work
ot stretching the wire to that burg having
been completed on that (usually consider
ed unlucky) day. The office is in the Mc
Cawley houe nnd the operator is a h ind
some young lady a Miss r.ebecca 01 ass.
The rates between Cairo and Metropolis
are tvv nty-five cents for ten words and two
cents lor each additional word.
Night before last, about eight o'clock.
Annie Foir'.oinan, who resides on Thirtci nth
street, between the avenues, left her room
for a few minute?, leaving tho door unlock
ed, and when she returned found a small
bureau drawer, with its contents ?M. 50
inis.-ing. Tho drawer was soon afterwards
found by Officer Schtickers, m ar the si lt
walk, a few feet from the house, but as yet
no clue to the money taken or the thief has
The four o'clock passenger train,
which cama in yesterday morning on the
Cairo and Vinccnnes railroad, ran into a
wagon that was being driven across the
track near Eighth street by a negro. The
wagon was shoved off the track by the
cowcatcher without doing any damage
beyond giving the occupant a
bad scare, and causing him to make a
desperate leap, which landed him about
twenty feet away from the wagon unhurt.
The Pulaski Patriot says: "Major
Anderson, while returning from Cairo on
the Fowler the other day, came near losing
his gold tini"piecc. An innocent looking
stranger engaged him in conversation, and,
while talking weather probabilities to him,
was at the same time extracting his watch
from his vest pocket. Bill Mecoy spotted
the would-be-thief, and, under cover of his
revolver, made him desist from further ef
forts to obtain the watch. No attempts
were made to arrest the culprit.''
The Eunice Goodrich combination,
appears in this city, at the atheueum, on
the :10th nnd .'Itst lust, and on January 1st
three nights in succession. Our readars
miy lorm some idea of the excellence of
the -troupe by the following comments from
an exchange: "Zizi, at Sampson opera
house, last night, was well received. .Miss
Goodrich, os Zizi, proved to be an emotional
actres, of great favor, especially in the last
two acts. Her drcs3 in the second act wts
a splendid one and excited the unqualified
admiration of the ladie?, and some of the
sterner sex. Helen Florence, as Ethel the
cripple, was very fine, besides being pretty.
Eveline H'.isson, the old maid, brought
down the house. J.W. Davenport, as the
Crushed Tragedian, brought in the fun in
Chunks, Between the acts, Prof, J. C,
Eberhart gave some ot' the finest violin
playing there lias been here in many a
month. His Mocking Bird, is worth the
Mr.C. B. Woodward, of the "Novelty
Iron store," was yesterday the recipient of
a maguificient Christmas present in the
shape of a double seated cutter, handsome
ly painted and gotten up in elegant style.
It was the gift of Mr. Woodward's em
ployes who took this method of showing
their appreciation of him. A curd bearing
the inscription: "Compliments of the em
ployes of the Novelty Iron store" was
placed conspiciously inside the cutter, and
about ten o'clock yesterday morning a
horse was hitched to in in order to take it
from the simp of its maker, J. L. Baker, on
Sixth street, between the avenues, to the
residence of Mr. Woodward, on Tenth
street; but when tho horse had proceeded
but a short, distance, tho snow became
clotted under his feet, and ho fell down.
In this dilemma several of the cheerful
givers took tho animal's place, and pulled
their gift to its destination.
Few, if any, of our cinder sidewalks
are fit for any kind of use in rainy weather
and none will fully answer the purpose for
which sidewalks arc usually constructed in
uny kind of weather. None, not even
those of tho latest construction, will com
pare favorably, m any respect, with the
meanest stretch of plunk walk in the
city. The plnnk walk iniiv bo more ex
pensive to build by fifty or seventy-five or
even a hundred per cent., but
it is also fivo hundred
per cent, better. The fact that cinder
walks are cheap, would be some excuse for
Constructing them, provided they would
answer all the purposes of sidewalks, but
under the circumstances their construction,
so far from being in the iuterei t of true
economy, smacks slrongly 1 1 a sordid din
position to navy money. The physical
comfort of the tax payers needs to be con-
niu.mtnelat lew day, the
lWV-tfe'M m' (,,1t,'i'icrs bi.ve tece veil
IIWIW M I'avc marked them
V! ,o.ii. n. fk
fcw PM en.""; worn, Sk.
pify&WM steietfes 81 5 to 820. R 1 OX
' AU.,a nil! line of r'VjSCK; h rSS
mm mm siikir,..i,.iin mk
'ITiJci 7, . . I i ' ! Z 1 .
suited as well as th -ir iinaneiai it.tere t
in fact it is to secure tin: f.riner,
that the taxpayers sacrifice the lattir by
promptly paying his taxes, an 1 t!.-'se w ho
h'tvotlie honor of being entribte 1 with hi
interests should not hotilij the money iti
the public treasury to the detriment of
those who placed it in their hand-to be
used in improving the city and administer
ing its government. Their cheapness is the
only argument that can be urged in favor
of cinder sidewalk-, and the same argu
ment can also be urged in favor of no side
walks at all. The plank walk, if properly
constructed from the beginning, is even,
cleanly, substantial, durable and ornament
al. The cinder walk is exactly tho con
trary of all these. From the beginning it
is unsightly and becomes more rcpluive
in appearance as it is used. No house in
front of which it is constructed cau have a
clean front step or porch for a single day.
The slightest rain makes them siu.-hy;the
mud that constantly aciumuhUes upon
them does not wash off, but pucks down
nnd makes pedestrianism in wet weather a
torture. '1 hey are nowhere even, being cut
Up by deep ridges, the effects of heavy
rains; where the cinders have, interfered
with the opening of gates, they have
been thrown up m heaps in the middle of
the walk; cows us them for bedi by night,
and hogs root and wallow around over
them by day until, in some pbtce, it is
impossible to tell whether the walk is mud
or manure and pedestrians are compelled
to wade through and stumble along as
best as they can. One stretch of this kind
of w alk is particularly bad. I: is but a short
stretch and, like in many other places in
the city where this kind of walk has been
constructed, it has never been quite finish
ed, although commenced ne.nly a year
ago. We refer to the piece of cinder walk
on Fifteenth btreet, between. Walnut and
Cedar street.; which, from the fact that
cows and hogs belonging in the neigh
borhood, ate using it as a common tryting
place, is a digraro to that portion of tho
city, as all cinder walks are to the whole
city. This walk is used daily and hourly
by not less than one hundr'd
families find, from the day of its construc
tion to the present time, it has not been in
a decent condition and most of the time it
is almost entirely impassible. It is d,ie to
tho citizens in that portion of the city that
the plunk walk, which formerly existed
out Fourteenth street to Cedar and up
that to Fifteenth street, and which was
recently toin away, be reconstructed or,
that the cinder walk on Fifteenth street
be replaced by a good plank walk, so that
those who aro compelled to use it can do
so with comfort.
AFltlCAN M. E. Fourteenth Ktn-et, between
Walnut ntul I'i'iliir RtNM!tn; forvlrt-H Sabbutn 11
. in. and V: p. m.j r-umliiy School lloU p. m.
CmUNTlAN-I'h'hk'entli street! mootini; Sub
1 hut Ii 111:110 p. m.; imir.hlni occAHlonuliy,
-Tili nrll OF THE KKDKKMKK-dJplnropiil)
V.y lojurtwiiih drint; Humlny Mornlmj poiyi'm
1):: a. in.; cvi-nliie tiniyurn. 7:30 p. in.; Humlny
I'.hool D::w a. in. Kll'lny evening prayer T:l p. in.
I MUST MISSIONAItV BAPTIST CllfUCII.
r I'reiichlni.' nt jmiiou. m.,ap. m.. ntul 7::w p. m.
Suhhutli Rdiuol t 7::W p. m. Uev. T. J. Shorn,
IL'TIIKKAN-Thlrtecntli ulreet: HTVlien Snb
J Imih til'.o a- tn-i UnmUy school i p. in. Uev.
MKTIIOI.IST Cor. Elithth anil Wnlimt otreetn;
rreiii'hlnn Siihlinth lit:.', n. m. uml 7 p.m.!
prnyiT tneetlnj;. Weilnentny 7:l p. m.; SiinJny
Sch'iiul, !l ft. in. Uev. 'A'hlttukor, pin-tor.
I ltl,!SIIVTKIt! AN Eltrhll. nlmet; preaelilnc on
I HiihlKith nt. ll:ul a. hi- tuitl iHHip. in.; pruy.T
nieellnu WVilnewbiy ul 7 ::' . m. ; Mutiiluy Scltonl
til :i p. mi. llev. II. V. lieore, luiHtur.
y ItfOND VllV.V, Wll.b ll.M'TIST -- Flflc-t:tli
. Ktrei't, lietivneii W'alniil ntul Cellar flreele; ur
v Iron Hiilihiitli lit :! uinl 7:"ll p, m.
k'T. JOSEPIl'S-Otniuiill I'litlinllc. Corm r Oiib
i uml Wiiinill ("treiSH! Kervlr.i'B SiMinlli lli::lOn.
ti.i Siimhi) Selionl lit 2 i. tn.; Vesper J !' In. i niT
iwr nvi ry'dny al S p. in,
CT. I'ATItK'K'H-fHnnmn Cnthotlc) Cnmer Ninth
D h'rcel Hint WiiKlilnilnli iivunue; fei'vtccm Suh
let (i s unit 10 ii. m. ; Vi'iiper :) p. in.; H.unlny Srhonl
I . in. rfnrvleiw I'Viny iliiy lit S p.m. Itev. Mr.slrl.ii'll
U 'OMAN'S .'HllisTlAMICMI'l-ltANfK fN
i piN, huri" On ii-aniiir wvi'Kly tti:-ci ituti In
the Ircl ol til" i.'iooi Teinperuei'i' Ih l'urni I'lnii. ev
en . hnrilnv Hlleruo'iti. at :i:U o'clecii. tvery
liiii'.V Is Invit'.'d lu ii!..ul.
To wait uny longer jl jou have not bought an
r r.d if you me in want of rue now is your best
limine to PIT at less price than M a'ny time
within my recollection. I nm not gjing to car
ry over one overcoat if
LowFiurcs wilLSell Them
Within the last few days they sold lively, nnd
Hood value. I
. ,. I . , ,( . r
m a r
! 1 Ohio .eve'e
,n; i: i. i:v .-n I'Iano
1Im!I!uv rr- -'M-. met. n
Diamoiiil. .Silver, nml SilvT
Gold FiiieiN. Tooili-ricks Watches,
I' lot ki and Jewelry
! ail l::..!. Xri-!y fiivcu J
VOll THE HOLIDAYS
I v .7ST A 13 K
E.'T.v ir'r'.ti.'-tnt '.'.'. wirnn.i-il fi.r C'.e yr.
A n.-'t l t!i- iti.'.i Ti.iinl I inn r ui,d in .in, i l u;.r,l
ul tin- O.-iiii'iii.n.i c h!ti'.;i"ii.
Aim ii i.- r.crM Hi., k el Vti-i' a Mi rcl uii-ili-.'
(uoij i'i l.i- fi',i nt !. Lo.if and
I Jictttr i-rn . uv d of eibilii.k' nay to k
K. A. BUDKR.
It! 1 Con, inert ial Ave.. Cairo.
a t ii i; x i; U M.
TUltKi: NIiillTS ONLY.
Dec Ho and 31. and .Ian. 1.
TU-: T:i!ent-M! younn' Acire-
EUNICE U00MICH !
Harnii i:.T-,!,iirill'n trr.-nt New Vurk S'JC
I'UIUAV NKil IT,
Z I Z I!
An eniDtloniil i!rnnm nf the U!i;l,et orjer. inter
aperu'd witn HpHrkllng eiiliieily.
CiiriiMiiiv in mipinirt unexcelleil. Wanlrobe to:
HIirpilHHell III ell'i"llici'.
Ailtnl-nio.i Vi u lid .'i ceiiln. Seuti i".'inrf J ut
l.un llHrtnian'c. Tjceiiti.
Whereii". Thorn lis .1. Hlmrcn nn'l Snuin A. Shnrf h.
bin v.!le, illu nn the fim lny of December, b"l. by
their certiiln fiile niiirlu'ire, iluly reeonleil In Hie
reniriler' olllee (if Alesiiinler cult n t y. In vol 11 111 it
"," pii:e Ulil. iniirlunti" uml Hell to the, under
elL'tieil, Ioih niiinbereil twenty five cj'i) nml twenty
nl eJii) In block numbered one U, In the third
mlilltlon to I In? city of t'nlro, IIHiihIh to Henire the
iiiyuieiit of arcrtnln prniulmity note lu Huld ninrt
e.i -e ilenerlheil. Now, therefore, delimit hovllig
been nmilii In the pn inent of chUI mile. 1 will, un
der nnd by virtue nl the, puwer of mlu In eniil
tnortitn?e oontiilned, nell
UN MlN II AY, J ANt'AUY 'Jl. IKM.
nt Hie hour of i o'eloclt In the nl'lernoon of alil
dnv, nt the McMcrly door of tho court Ikiiihp. In
Biilil Ali'iiiniler eoiiiiH. nt piilillc Vemlile, to Hut
lilt'heKt biililer fornii-ii III bund, topether llh nil
rl if ti t nnd equity of redemption of the caul mnrl
jrnuirw, t'li-tr heir nnd hhhIchh therein, thn prop
eriv nhove drti-erlhed, to mtUfy fiild note, luterest
PATttirr: n. rorn, iiortiiasec
Clm r.N M ((tinnier, Attorneyn.
N'nlice In hereby then, tliHt on Kiittniliiv the l.'lh
tin v of .liinniirv next, brtwi-en the hour nl' in
o'clock In the forenoon nnd R o'clock III the nl.er
niion of i-nlil dny. ut the Into fnrm . hlileii'-e of
lump WnliliT deoeiiHcd. In town-hit) ; s. 1! V.
Went In Alexiinder, nnd v:'v of lll'lint, the per
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