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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH i, 1S81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Bulletin PuiliUne, Washington Avenue
BXTKHKU AT THK l'OST OPPICK IN CAIUO, IL'
L1N01B, AS MCl'ONlX'LAHfl MATTER.
LOCAL WKATIIBR KKl'OKT.
Caiao, III.. Mar. ft. IHHI I
7 " W.Hi
Wind. Vcl Weather.
Maximum T'-mpernlure. :IS Mlutmnm Tern,
peratnw S7.i; Kainhill. ll.im inch.
Kiver. i feet Inchi . Kali IV Inched.
W. 11. KAi .
Serg't Signal Conn, V, 8. A.
Having I" en olldfrt by my friend and by a
groat nurubfr of cilt.c-nn who have heretofore been
oppuncd to me, hi iij:iiiii Income u candidate lor
the mayoralty or the cily of Cairo. I hereby an
uounce miHi for thai poHiiion. pledging Id the
voUTKif Cairo lo do lierelntuic. not lo nhlik
tny duly in the hour of peril, and nxiMire t Ik-mi that
all mv actionr nhall be to the intcrci-t of Cairo and
I n niKiii yours recpeclfnllv.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticen in tlii column, five renin per lln. each
Innertion. r'nr out- monlli, SOciute jut lint'.
Farm fir Sale.
TOO acres of hind in JoIhimui county, III.,
one mile west of ISelkmip on the C. & V. R.
II.; about oOO aeres in a tine state of cul
tivation; has tfood huildinys, tine spring
water, well, ami cisterns. Price 10.00 per
acre, cash. M. J. Howi.nr,
Rrnl Elnte A''clit.
For a lo.
A fine SiU;irc (irand l'iauo, new, and
warranted. Cun he sold very low for cash,
or on installments. Call at E. E. Coming's
book Btore, corner Eighth street and Com
"Everjbody Cheese It."
The largest and best variety of cheese
ever brought to this city at any tune is now
on sale at the .saloon of Mr. John Koehlcr,
on Eighth street. Lovers of Sweitzcr
cheese or Linihurgcr cheese, High
land cheese, or Philadelphia hand cheese
should not fi il to call on Mr. Koeh
ler. The Highland cheese in par
ticular is the linest in the city, the tirst that
has ever been here, and can only be had
fiom John Kochlef. The best ot beer and
other liquors always on tap.
Horse Clothing for Sale.
An improved English saddle and bridles,
and one winter and one summer horse
blanket, nil quite new, can be bought at a
bargain from J. W. Everly, assistant sigunl
service officer. Apply at the office in Cus
A good stock ot paper, expressly for
llcktogruph m; fur sale atTiiK UrixK'iiN
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated;
particulars, inquire of II. F, ISi.akk.
Oysters! Fish! (iarnc!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liul If oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and ilaltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Ked Snapper," the kint; anionj; fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Hoiikkt Hewitt, Ag't.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at The P.i i.i.ktin office.
Two houses ami four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
seperately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mus. Samuel Fisiiek,
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
The best of corned heel' in any quantity
desired can be hail at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
Closing Out, limits ami Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of dents', Ladi"1
and Childrens sewed and pegged Hoots and
f hoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room lor an immense, stock of spring
goods which will begin io arrive soon. It
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on tin: before purchasing
elsewhere, us I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kocil.
No. 110 Commercial avenue between Fifth
ttid Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Euckleu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chillilains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptiiins, This salvo is
guaranteed to give jierfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 2.")
cents per box. For sale tiy Geo. K. O'IIaiia
A owe llinir Jiouso tit t'lL'lit rooms on
Walnut street, neur Sixth street, rw
another of seven moms on Walnut street,
near Seventh street. Kent seventeen (inl
half dollars per mouth, each.
M.J. Howi.KY, Ileal Estate Agent
A New Saloon,
I woulil respectfully cull the attention of
tho Cairo public ami my menus in Ken
tuckj to the fact that 1 have opened a tine
saloon on sixth street, next to Alims our
ber shop and have mi hum! a complete
stock of cijjrir.s and tolimru, Iventuek'-y
whiskies nud other Ikjiioih.
A. F. Wii.kv.
Mine. Deiuoreht's New Patterns just re
ceived at W. K. UImuVoii h. Call and ge
The Milloi- Mltre-lliji Corset,
Tito most perfccllv boned and elegantly
bhaoed corset in the world. The honing
of the Miller Mitre 1 1 u Corset is of a spc
cial cliiuiieter. and so tierfee.t, soft and
ulialile that no disiilacrmont can occur and
the minimum of wear is secured by this
unique and novel iirrMiigcuii'iit.
Messrs. Chess. Cm lev in Co. have re
moved their oil otliee iVom belnw the llai-
liday House to No. Ohio Levee, up
L'sc Thk Caiihi I!i i i.Ki in scratch books,
for sale, at the oilice. l -.'oo leaves to the
The nioht popuhr and elegant toiisorial
establishment in Hie citv is that ot Win
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avt line. The niosfcomplctc
outfit can be found there, :md none but tin
best artists in that line of industry are cm
ployed there. IVi'oiis a-i.shing a first chiss
hair-cut, shave or slianipix'ii should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
All persons, owing l,i''s on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will Le found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. Thin? is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Cull and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiko? III., March :i, 181.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlreii In turiMi roluiiina, tn cttiic jut line,
nach inevrtlon. Marki'd
Great Bargains in Embroideries at W.
The county commissioners will meet at
the court-houso in this city to-morrow.
Persons having business with the county
can then have it adjusted.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Dellaun's, 5i
Mr. A. F. Wiley, of Arlington Ky. his
opened a saloon on Sixth street, the fourth
door from Ohio Levee, and has furnished it
Check books, v ceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tun Bru.Kn office.
Hev. E. Knappe will deliver a sermon
in the English language at the German
Lutheran church on Thirteenth between
Washington avenuo and Waluut streets,
Fresh oysters at A. T. Deli aim's .Vi
The young people's temperance club
meet at Reform Hall to-morrow night.
They have an excellent programme pre
pared for the occasion, which should not
be missed by any one who can possibly be
Rev. 15. Y. George will conduct Pres
byterian services at the Delta engine house
this afternoon, at four o'clock.
Two negroes attacked a white man
nn old German niyht before last, some
where on the lower part of JV.ishington uv.
enue, but were interrupted in their work
of gurroting by Mr. M. J. Howley, who was
attracted by the old man's cries.
Robtree's Duplex Corsets at W. E.
The Council at its last meeting order
ed the payment of the laborers on the new
levee. The total amount of the claims be
ing two hundred live dollars and ninety
Wanted Hoy lo learn to set typo and
work in Thk Hi'm.etin news-room. Apply
by lcttwr in own hand writing.
Morning, afternoon and evening ser
vices will he held in all our churches to
day. The beauties of the narrow path will
be extolled ami the horrors of the broad
path set forth in glaring colors. All who
can should go to some one ot the churches
Messrs. Jlannoint Co. received another
car load of "White" sewing machines yes
terday. This makes the third car load they
have received since January first.
The Mystic, Krew will install their
newly elected officers at the hall to-mor
row night. They will have a good time,
with music, supper and so forth.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Dellaun's, 50
The jury in the case of the nmn Wil
son tried for murder in the I'uliiHki county
court, rendered a verdict of manslaughter.
He was sentenced to eight years in the
Pride of the West Rlcaclicd Muslin at
Complaints aru made by citizens that
tho men who have assumed the duty of at
tending to the out-liouso tubs prosecute
their work at mid-day, carrying tho tubs
through the front yards in some cases, This
is not as it should bo.
Wanted: Two good farm hands
steady work for tliu season and good
wages paid. Apply to No. 30 Ohio
lesterday utternoon a little colored
buj-, i'l crossing the Illinois Central truck
at the foot of Eighth street, iu front of an
oncoming train, was caught by the foot
under one of tho car wheels and badly
bruised, his shoe being torn off, taking with
it a slice of flesh almost from the ankle to
the toes and laying baro the bones
The Monarch Hound Hosom Shirts are
the best in the market. For sale only by
W. E. Gholson.
The marine ways at Mound City have
passed into the hands of Capt. W. P. Hal
liday who will make extensive repairs and
additions, which will increase the facilities
for ship -building. Mound City is to be
congratulated upon the chance for Captain
llalliday drhes everything to a successful
Just received another lot of La lie
and Misses' Common Sense Shoes at W
Arrangements have been made for the
arrival of l-Eli Perkins," the noted humor
ist. He will lie here on Saturday, Match
12th, and lecture at the Reform hall on
Tenth street. His reputation as a humorist
is a national one as most of our people
probably know, and he will not fail to
furnish an entertainment of the greatest
interest. He w ill be here for one ni'dit
Under head of announcements this
morning w ill be found what we might call
the first gun in the city election campaign
for this year. It is a big one, one that w
call out the heaviest artillery of opposing
forces. Mr. Winter is known to every vo
ter in the uty and it is useless for us to
write a long lauditory article introducing
him. His service of two terms in the may
or's office has given our citizens ample op
portunity to pass judgment upon his execu
tive ability, and if a majority of them de
cide that he should airain be elected he
will undoubtedly perform his duties con
scicutioiisly and carefully, as he will believe
them to be for th'i best interest of the city
and all the people.
A difficulty occurred between Mr.
J. E. Park, the cooper, and one of his
men named John Rowlen yesterday, in
which the latter was badly bruised up. It
appears that Howlen has been working for
Mr. Park up to within a week or so a"o.
when he simply loafed about the shop and
house ot Mr. Park refusing to work, but
continued taking his meals there regular
ly. Several days ago Mr. Park got an or
der for a lot of barrels which had to be
filled immediately and he asked
Rowlen to go to work, who promised U do
so; out lie allowed day atter day to pass by
without fulfilling his promise, and Mr.
Park became impatient, am) yesterday de
manded an explanation ot his conduct,
Warm words were exchanged and Howlen,
it is said, spit in Park's face, which was the
signal for a rather rough tight, in which
Howlen got his right arm broken between
the wrist and elbow, and his head badly
bruised, His wounds were properly dress
ed and he will probably be all right again
in a few weeks. lie is said to be a good
workman when in a normal condition of
A grand event was the annual enter
tainment of the Library association at the
Rough and Ready engine house last night.
The lloor of the large hall up stairs was
covered with chairs and benches to accom
modate the audience, but they proved to be
insufficient, for after every seat was taken,
people continued to crowd in until all the
standing room was also taken. Mrs. P. A.
Taylor, president of the organization,
presided over the meeting. The music, by
Messrs. Speck and Rcdbiirn, was pro
nounced excellent. The singing, by
Misses Pitcher and McK'ee, Mrs.
William Winter, Mrs. W. p.
Wright, and Messers. Hacker ami McKee,
were among the best features of the enter
tainment, if it is possible to make any dis
tiuction when everything is so exceedingly
well done. Miss Warder's recilation.
i iicuui a auoress on "homo iMeui
bersol'anohl Club," the annual address
of the president and the select reading of
Miss Alvord, were listened to with
the deepest interest throughout, and
wero highly praised by all present, as was
also the annual poem ''The Hamburg
Hells" by Miss Pitcher. The entertain
incut lasted till about ten o'clock when the
great crowd was dismissed.
A woman came to the Planters House
several days ago, bringing with her a
trunk and valise, and took up her lodgings
there. She did not seem to trouble herself
about the bill ami the proprietors con
sidered her bnggngo good enough for her
board, etc. Hut yesterday morning she
made preparations to leave. She hired a
drayman, gave him her valisu and was
about to bund over her trunk
whim tho night clerk objected, politely
requesting her to "anti tip." Rut slio
grew indignant and insulting and refused
to pay anything. She grasped the trunk by
one end ami proceeded to draw it out ol tho
hotel, but when she got nearly to tho door
the clerk caught hold of tho other end and
held it back, ami thus they stood, both tug
ging away with might and maiu. The
woman finally got out an the sidewalk, but
the clerk caught hold of thu door post with
i.t.... v v. .. i i
ono hand and then there was atutthcr lialt.
Now th" woman scolded and
blustered and raved ami foamed and
sworu, but the clerk smole u binile and said
only this and nothing more: "Pay up."
Ho suffered bravely ami held on firmly and
he conquered as he deserved to do. The
woman owed the hotel five dollars and six
ty cents and owes Mr. tl. Thompson, the
former proprietor, something over eight
dollars, having beaten Inui in the same
way she attempted to beat the present
Samuel Redding, the negro who killed
Mr.Zinunerinaiin, a merchant at Mouuds
Junction, in tho year 1877, is now confined
iu the Pulaski county jail and will have his
trial at the present term ol court. As was
stated in yesterday's issue hepassedthrougl
hero on his way from Mississippi, where
he was captured, to Mound City day before
yesterday, in the custody of officers of the
Uw, and report reached here yesterday
that he has made a confession. The report
is reliable. He denies having dime the
killing himself and says that lie wasonly
an accomplice with two other negroes,
named respectively Porter Hlack and
Johnson, who live near Mouud City. The
former of these is a man that is well
thought of by the community, being an
industrious man and in tolerably easy
circumstances. Redding charges that
Hlack did the killing and that Johnson
and himself helped to do tho robbing.
The story is Udieved to bo false by nearly
all people who know the parties concerned,
and this belief seems to be well born out
by the fact that Hlack and Johnson re
inained and Redding alone left for parts
unknown. It is thought that be (Reddingi
thinks by turning state's evidence ami
throwing the weight of tho crime on other
shoulders to better his own case, and hence
his confession (?). Hlack and Johnson
have been arrested, however, and arc con
lined in jail to await further developments
in the case.
A Mrs. II arris, of St. Louis, Mo., ar
rived here a day rr two ago end took up
quarters at the Waverly Rouse. Yesterday
she paid us a visit and told us she had an
item, which would prove of interest to the
readers ol I he liui.i.KTix. Of course we
received her cordially and immediately
plunged into the business for tiie transac
tion ot winch she had braved the
imaginary terrors surrounding the
sanctum sanctorum of an editor.
In answer to our question as the nature of
the item, she handed us two letter head
sheets, written fuli on both sides iu a toler
ably legible hand, though somewhat defec
tive in other ways. In this letter, which
she addresses to the public, she says that
she is in straitened circumstances, is mak-
mg a living by sewing and doing general
work and was at one time a lecturer of
some note in the churches. On the fourth
instant she was not feeling quite well and
retired to her room in the hotel aforesaid
early. She had been there but
short time and was falling into
a sleep when she was aroused by a noise
in ber room and looking up saw not a
man, but "only a vision" of a supernatural
character. Though, of course, unused to
such sights she was not terrified as an ur
inary mortal might have been and, guess
ing that the apparition was the spirit of the
-ord, she began a familiar conversation
with it, or linn, or her, which she relates
the following manner: 'My words
were: My Loid, what wilt thou have me
to do? And the answer was "come unto me
II ye that are heavily laden, and I will
give you rest." And I said my Lord my
condition will not permit. And the an
swer was --"go thy way tell of my visita
tion and that I came to raise the fallen."
Then our conversation ceased and the
spirit took its flight. I will say to the
public that this is the first time I ever e.x-
erienced anything of this kind. I believe
is intended to turn me from sin."
- The kind of pavement decided upon
by the street committee to be put on Eighth
street, though not quite as good as the one
jgested by City Engineer Thrupp, is
very good ami will, we believe give gener
al satisfaction. The difference m the two
plans consists chiefly in the condition of
material to be used. Mr. Thriipn
would have the rock for the
luttom layer carefully dressed, from
four to ten inches wide and from six
to tift eru inches long, to be set on edges in
regular straight course at right nngleH
with the street, tho top surface to be mado
even and the interstices to be carefully
wedged up with smaller stone; th thick
ness of this layer to bo seven inches at tho
sides and eight inches at the crown. Tho
committee's plan differs only in the dress
ing of thu stone. The city engineer's sec
ond or macadam course is to be three inches
at the sides and four inches
at thu crown and to lie com
posed of tho best limestone, so broken
that each piece will pusa through n ring;
two inches in diameter. Tho committee's
plan is to place small lime-stone on tho
first pavement of rock, but not to curcfuily
dressed and to be only three inches thick
all over. Mr. Thrupp's third course is to
be ot good, clean gravel, three inches thick
at tho centre and two inches at tho sides.
Tlui committee's plan suggests a layer of a
uniform thickness of two inches. Thus it
will be seen that the committee's plan
differs only in tho dressing of the material
find the thickness of the pavement
nt thu centre, its plan provides
for a uniform thickness of twelves incites j
all over. Eighth street ought to bo better I
I now liuvu In atiM-k Ihi lariiiuO and inunt complete iorlmcot of theaa po,l ..., hn,n , .
city. Maki-aaperlaltvor the celebrated ul UI ,n'" Eode ever handled in t(le
C II AMI'I O N T HUBS
Widen I. II... But, Sale.! and Ea.le.t tre4manuhrnimll. .nd now u.ed delusively In the (iovernmc-nt
-HKST HARD JUJUHKU TRUSSKS. 8l.r,0.
Other dealum ank you j U).
1'nees Always the Lowest. GEO. E. (THAKA.
paved than most other streets in the city
because it is more used than most others,
and it would seem that tho committee's
plan, if properly carried out, would give it
one that would be durable ami not too
expensive. Yet it seems to us that Mr.
Thrupp's plan is the better one,
in so far as it requires that
the pavement shall be three inches thicker
at the centre that at the sides, tor the cen
tre of the street is always more used than
the sides and the loose gravel on the sur
face naturally moves toward the sides.
SPECIAL FOR THE BCLLETIX.
Donooi.a, III., March Cth, 1891.
On the night of the 4th instant, Mr.
Jacob Kcislcr, living eight miles east of
Dongoli, had two valuable mules stolen
from his stable. I'p to date no trace of the
thieves has been discovered. Oi.o Tkim
REAL ESTATE KKCORH.
Patrick liurke to Honoia Hurke; war
rantee deed, dated March 4th, 181, for lot
thirty-uinc, block fifty-four and lot eight
block thirty-three. First addition to the
city of Cairo. Consideration one thousand
ALL ABOUT TERSOXS.
Mr. James S. Morris, of L'llin, 111., was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. Wm. Wolfe, of the New York Store
is sick again since yesterday morning.
Mr. Charles I Many, of Villa Ridge, was
registered at the Hotel de Winter yester
Mr. R. F. Hennett, a citizen of Charles
tou, Mo., was a guest at the Hotel de Win
t r yesterday.
Mis. Sullivan, sister of Mrs. H.Wells
and her children will leave this morning
by boat for Rising Sun, Indiana.
Mr. Joseph Robarts. editor of the
Pulaski Patriot, was in the city yesterday
nd favored The Hi i.i.etin office with i
Mr. R. P. Robhins' niece. Miss Annit
Temple, w ho has been in New Orleans, a
spectator of the Mardi Gras procession, has
Mrs. A. L. Herbert, of Rolls, Mo., aud
Messrs. R. L. Hlack and II. Rasin, of St.
Louis, Mo., wereyestcnlay registered at the
Hotel de Winter.
Mr. Ed. K. Wilson, of the firm of Thomp
son, llson Jx, Co., of Paducah, Ky., was in
the city yesterday and returned home on
the Fowler last night.
Mr. Charlie Thomas, prosecuting attor
ney ol the Paducah district, passed through
the city yesterday for Hickman, Ky., where
the court convenes to-morrow.
Mr. I-rank hard, who has been iu the
employ of Halliday Brothers for some time
will leave for St. Louis to-day to assume
the position of collector for the real estate
firm of M. A. Wolff & Co., there.
Mr. fins Botto, of the Planter's House,
returned from New Orleans yesterday
morning. It was reported that a change
had come over him during Ids absence, but
the report was untrue.
Mr. Le Roy Wiley, Grand Reporter of
the Knights of Honor, passed through this
city yesterday evening on his way to
Grand Chain, where he will attend the an
niversary meeting of the lodge.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher and daughter, moth
er and sister of Dr. J. C. Fisher, formerly
marine physician at this point, are in tho
city on their way to New Orleans from
Warsaw, their hotm-. They are stepping
at the residence of Mr. George Fisher.
THE BROAD ROAD.
HOW IT WAS TKODOEN AY A NDMBKIl OK
hod's citKATrriEs ykhtkkday.
William Chambers and Cyrus Campbell,
two negroes, blustered muchly about some
little misunderstanding they had and near
ly came to blows, but ono feared the other
too much and they didn't. They were ar
rested, however, aud taken before Squire
Comings who fined them tive dollars and
John O. Brewer, a white man, was
brought before Squire Comings, charged
with vagrancy, but the evidence did not
justify his conviction and hence ho was
John Griffin, Carrie Woods and Eugene
Dixon wero all drunk and brought before
his honor Judge Olmsted for trial. The
first named was fined two dollars and costs,
the second five dollars and costs. Neither
one ol them had any lucre and henco
all three went to jail.
John Hughes was arrested for vagrancy
and brought before judge Olmsted, who
fined him ten dollars and costs. John
could not pay, but could leave town anil
save tho exponso ot feeding him and he
was given permission to do so.
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JO ill KKNT- IIooiiih. furtiUhid ,. unliinilHl
1 wither without hoard, hi re; , ., ",. "'
Apply at HulL Un buildup.' ""'"""' late.
KAItM YUM NAI.K ON KAv
The land 1 . , i :..?
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liarlldilar. apply to Wll iioij, j;Nr"r
W'MsOurijrUm Avi-mif, Cor.
C41RO . . ILLS
IIOOTN AND MIUKS
SHO-E-MAK E R.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WOKK DONn TO OUDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
NW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
(JOOI)S SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IKK . CO.,
C"r. Nineteenth atrert ) f'.i!t.n Til
Commercial A vouiie J ' dlH't Jll.
Qm W. WHEELER,
Slimmer Wood ami Kindling
coiiatanlly on hatin"
At Seventy-five cents per loml.
At one dollar per loud.
Thu "trlninilUL'ii"ar roarMH aliavlnea niiil mulct)
t lie i-iit Hummer wood for eouklnK u Tinmen an well
n the cheapont ever aold In Cairo. For Itlnck
mlth'a tiau In netting tires. Ihey are unequalled.
Leave your oroern i mu lunin nireet wood varu.
Rtat or It i.iNota, I In tho Alexander County
J-na. Circuit Court, Supteui
Alexander Connty. ) bor term, ISSO,
la tho mntter of the City National Hank, of Cairo,
Caroline R. Morrla, In her own rlifht and n vxm tl-
Irlz hi W illiam II. Morrla, acreiweci, Oirrle W.
Worrln, Krmlorlck 8. Morrla, Charles il. Morris
and MurmirltA K. Morrla.
On Hill to Koreclono MortKaL'ii,
X'BMC NOTICE In hereby kIvuo, that In pur
nuance tf a decrotal order entered In thu nliovu
entitled caune, In nald court, nn the tilth dav of
September, A. I). IHHI), I. Alexander It. lrvln,
Mantnrln Chancery for nald court, on thu tilth day
or Marr.li, A. I). 1881.. at II o'clock In thu forenoon
of nald day, dial I lell at public auction to tho
hlirhcntblddi-r, forranh. at the noutliwinterlv Hour
of he court Iioiiho- In tho city of Cairo, In mild
county ana mate, the following du'rrinea real de
late, altuate In tho Klrat Addition to thu city uf
Cairo, In tho county of Alexander and nlatu of
Illinois, to-wlt.: Lola numbered twenty.flve (2ti
twonty-ali (), twenty-seven (7). twenty oiuht (HH),
twenty-nine cui and thirty ISO). In block number- .
edflftv-elht (fiH) aa known and dual(iial(id on tho
recorded plat thereof, together with all and lingu
lar the tauumuuti and berudltatnenin thereunto be
loURlni;. A1.KX II. IUVIN,
Maatur In ClmueurV.
Cairo, III., March i, A. D. tWl.