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THE -DAILY BULLETIN.
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M ,v hcii ...licit, a bymjr frl.;lH hi. by a
glial number of otl.en win. have br.-U.l.. o be
f,MuoPi-dUin.in.sln become a f '
ll miy(.rlty..f tlio city of Cairo. I ere V an
Uinr wyaelf Mr thai poalilun. pl Uj ii ' th
voter of :alro to rto a liert-U.li.ro. uol t o h . Il k
my duly inllu hour of peril, and iiro th 11 I 1 .1 at
all my a'-tion liall be to the Internal ut Cairo ind
h, citi,en. I re main r.w njjf J5-STK
IMC AC It AM) VUDOinW. SPREAD THE
Caiiio, March 17th, 1M1.
To tbe voters of the city "t Cairo: ,,,,,
At tbe reum-M of many cttl.ciia tlio iimlerlnned
offer hl .ervire. to the ludepeud.uit voters of
Cairo as a candidate for ttio ..nice ol mayor. 11 lie
city requires a man of commercial "M-erleuc".
Just a this time, when we are so llxed by uul na
and foreign Interference In our business manace
mint on this Rrei American continent, and n the
num.. ol Washinijl'.ii. -lelleison, a id Jueksoi i, and
In (tie name or the Orcat I'lilo i (.rueubark . r
l'arlv, for truth, lusticu and equal tlithta, will 1
.land. Voxp l'"-vJ"-'r(, h.hke.
We arc Biilhorl.cd to announce N. II THISTLE
WOOD as candidate lor re-election to the olllce ol
JOH CITY ATTOKNKY.
jur. nuiior: ..... , .
Please announce me as a candidate for re-election
to the otce of City Attorney at the ensulUR city
.lection. Most respectfully g UEHJJK,CK8
Mr Editor: . . .
At the earnest solicitation of many citlzone- irre
spective ol color or politics, 1 have consentedto
become a candidate lor the office of City Clerk,
and restiectfnllv ask the active and willing support
of ali who are favorable to my candidacy
J IN O, J UI HI) .
Cairo, Ills., March 101 h, 1KM.
Havlni: been solicited by a number of my frlo da
all over l he city to become a eunilldato for city cleik
in I ho coming city election, 1 hereby, in compli
ance with the wishes thus expressed, announce
myself as a candidate for tli it olllcu, and hope that
alfmy friend will aland brmo.
W aro a thorixed to announce Mr. JOI1N
H, VI l,KEUSON as a cadldate for City Cle'k in
the April election.
TX)K CITY CLERK.
W n n.n tl t l.r.vl (lrl in all.tltl1.tA Mr
in the eli-c-
AXLKY as a caiididntc for City Clerk
lion to ne neia next moniu.
poR CITY CLKRK.
I'lease announce that I am a candidate for re
clecliou to tho olllce of City Clerk at the ensuing
city election. D.J. FOLEY.
pOR CITY CLEUK.
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. JOHN B.
F1ULLI3 as a candidate for city clerk In the ap
proaching municipal election.
OK POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Mr. Editor: ,
Please announce me as a candidal.) fur re-election
to theotllceof Police MmjlstruU. at the euauiuK
city election. KeSiect fully
poll POLICE MAGISTRATE."
We are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMIKUS as acandldatu for the olllce of Police
Magistrate for tho city of Cairo at the commit city
p.nt.,r Hull. .tin ' I'li'imn nniiiiiiui'.c niv name as an
imlependsiit candidate Tor the olllce of City Treas
urer ut the eusulU)! clly election.
At the earnest sollcltallon of many friends I
hereby announce myself as a candidate for City
Treasurer at thecusuuiR municipal election.
W, D. LIl'PE.1 .
poH ALDERMAH, T111KD WARD:
We are antliorlzedto announce Mr. F.UUEUT A
SMITH as a candidate for re-election for Aldermau
from the Third ward.
JiOR ALDERMAN, THIRD WARD
Caiiio, Iix., April mth.ltWI.
Toll. McVanus. James Rearden, M. P. Fulton,
Henry Thornton and others:
(Jbnts Your very llatterlnt' petition lu Tho liul
letln of this tnornlnt!, requesting me to becotnu a
candidate for Alderman i.rtlie Third ward has been
noted by mo. and in compliance with your wishes
1 herubv announce myself ss a candidate for that
positinii. Promising, if elected, to represent my
ward and the cilv of Cairo to the best of mv ability.
Very respectfully yours, JOHN WOOD.
Argua and News copy.
pOR ALDERMAN, FIRST WARD.
We' are authorized to announce WILLIAM
Mull ALE as a candidate lor Alderman for the First
ward, at the ensuiui; clly election.
tfOR ALDERMAN, FOl'RTH WARD.
At the request of niy many friends I announce my
aulfaa a candidate fir reelection, tu the approach
ing mould, al campaign, to the position of Alder-
man iron, inv run rn. mu, v. w.
rtOR AI.DKKMAN KCOD WARD.
We arn authonited to annoiincu Mr. II, III.OMM
as a candidate for Aldermau from the second ward
We arc authorized to announce IS. B. PJtTTIT a
acandldatu fur re-election as Alderman, from the
SPECIAL LOUAL ITEMS.
Notices in this column. Avn cents por line, each
Insertion. For one mouth, 5U cents per lino.
Mounted vhiiuhIiciI, rikI jmpcr maps of
Cairo for utile, at The liu.i.K'HN nfflcu.
Tiik U. 8. Oovcrtinn-nt iisi-b IIiiwo 8crIcs.
Bt-ul for citlulotiu to IJiudfti, Hullt-ck &
Co., Cluticral An'ttt, Chicago, 111. (3)
Tlit'Y ftie Uomliiif.
Tho Immense: stock t,f u(Hlta nnil BIiocb
for the Bjiring nml riutntm-r tradu nru now
daily arriving, and when Ut jn w;n l)C tll0
liirgf-Ht, beat Kulccti-d and moat comph-to
tock of Mtj'B ami Hoys, Lad'n.g ami (:u;j.
dren'a IJooIh und fSliocs ever brouulit t
thin City. Comprising all Uiu lnleht styles
anil tho Befct lluinl-niailt! and Kastt-rn
Oocnli ever oflureti to tho I'uhlic. llavin
purchased Ml my f,"io(ls for Cnsh, I frot the
lowest pricus on t In-m , nnl will i;ivo thu
public the Ilcnufit ly selling Oicm lower
for Cash than any other House. I invite
all in call on tnu if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Boot and Hhoe Dealer, No. DO. Comincr
cial Avo., between Fifth anil flixth Streets,
Ice, Wholesale and Itctail.
I am now prepared to sell ieo by the cur
loud, or by the pound at priceB beyond
. . . . tti -1 1
competition. My wagons win run uu
parts of tho city during summer, eumug
iee to r.uatomi'is in (U'intilies to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
mention. r M. Wauo.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to iiceniiiinodnto any
number ol day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Uito's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations aro equal
in every respect to those ol any hotel in
the slate ami, as to rates, we aro ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Botto it Gazzola.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
their facilities for tho accommodation ol
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut,- between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Dny school, 'J a. in.
Ladies' class at o and night school tit 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
The building of ne ami cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
Ducklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
cttcr, chapped hands, chil Mains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per box. For sale uy Uko. E. OTIaiia
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be bad at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. - Other meats of the best quality
ln alwiivs on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these columns,
each Insertion. Marked
ten ctoita por line,
-Smoke Bchuh's Gilt Edge
John Tippin was dangerously injured
by falling iuto a grain chute in the mill at
The successful ticket at Padua, Mc
Lean county, was the ticket headed "Anti
Murder." Order your election tickets early of E.
E. Ellis, 1.50 per thousand.
Circuit court at Shawneetown is trying
Pickering for the murder ol Dawson, ten
Pittsfield Odd Fellows have just dedis
cated a new banquet ball in connection
with their lodge.
Send your orders for election tickets
to The Bulletin oflice, 1.50 per thous
and. A great many farmers of Logan coun
ty say the wheat is ruined especially the
Julia Mead attempted to light a fire
with kerosene nt Paxton on Tuesday. Her
recovery is probable.
Check books, rceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tuk Bulletin office.
McLeansboro was deluged with a sub
stance resembling sulphur during the storm
of last Tuesday.
-Mrs. Mary Taylor, of El Puso.Vild
lady of 70, attempted suicide by cutt. g X :r
thnmt. She will probably die.
Mrs. J. M. Lansden will sing two songs
next Tuesday evening at the complmcntary
benefit to Miss Kittio Alvord.
Mrs. W. P. Ilalliday, by request, will
sing the waltz Bong, as will be seen by
the programme, at Miss Alvord's benefit, v
Lost A gold horn scarf-pin, last Mon
day night. The finder will be rewarded
by returning it to W. E. Lonergati.
Phil Saup is still engaged in beautify
ing his ice cream parloi. It will be a
gorgeous resort when finished.
Judge John W. Taylor, of Boone
county, died at his home near Wheatlleld,
tho thirteenth instant. He was a prominent
citizen of the county.
Miss Mary Calhoun Dixon is at Du
Quoin, and expects to givo a reading in
Cairo before sho goes back to Chicago to
give a series of entertainments.
Tho meetings of the presbytery of
Blooniington commenced on Wednesday.
A largo number of ministers from different
parts of tho state uro in attendance.
--Any person, desirous of investing in
good property, should read tho advertise
ment of lot for sale, adjoining the Arab
engine house, nlso one on the levee.
The telegraph companies of Spring
field delivered in that city during tho
month of March over a quarter ol a million
of words in specials to newspapers alone.
Mr. E. A. Buder has received a now
canvass awning, which ho will put up
over the door and show windows of his
jewelry storo on Commercial to-day.
Tho threo-month-old child of
Mr, Henderson Downing, which
died of congestion of tlio brain day before
yesterday, was buried yestciday afternoon
at Villa Uidgo.
The continued cold weather has re
sulted fatally to tho young stock of sheep
raiser in various parts of tho state. Several
large raisers around Moutieello have lost
twenty-five percent, and upwards of their
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1881.
p.,.p.iiuh o some oisoroer in mo
machinery, the Egyptian mills havo hadjto
cease operations during this week.
One drunken, wooden legged white
man was run in about ten o'clock lastjnight
by officer Tyler. H" will be tried to-day.
Col. J. T. Long, of Kentucky, will
lecture at Heform hull to-night. Ho
should be greeted by ft good nudienco for
ho is an able speaker.
During all day yesterday a number of
our churches-in fact nearly all of them
had very solemn services, all of them being
Fifty thousand tile bricks for use in
setting steam boilers etc., were unloaded
on Ohio levee day before yesterday for otio
of our iron dealers.
A new crossing was yesterday laid over
Cedar street, on the south side of Fifteenth
street; an improvement for which tho peo
ple of that ponion of the city ore very
A Miss Addie Goodrich, of Normal
near Blooniington who, about six years ago,
fell down a stair and sustained injuries
from which she has sullered severely ever
since is being cured by prayer.
A young lady of Keokuk, Iowa, named
Miss Minnie Hail, died of heart disease in
her lover's arms a few days ago. Sho had
just, incompliance with her lover's urgent
request, named their wedding day.
The funeral of little Florence Mildred
Hinkle took place yesterday ufternoon, at
two o'clock. The remains .were accom
panied to the train by many of tho friends
of the family, and- wero taken to Villa
Uidgo for interment.
xn old woman -fifty-four years of age
a fortune teller, living in a secluded spot
noar Waltouboro, was found dead in her
shanty a few days ago by a party of young
men who went there to havo their fortunes
Miss Kittio Alvord is undoubtedly the
peer of any dramatic reader, professional
or amateur, before the American people.
Cairo is proud of her and our citizens will
honor her with tho largest audience that
has ever gathered in the athencuin.
Dr. Wood feels as proud and happy as
a young married man with his first baby.
He has a new telephone, No.85, at his office,
and we haven't a doubt but that it is, has
been and will be the hardest worked in
strument on the list; for the Doctor, as all
his friends know, is a good" and entertain
During the month of March just past
the Equitable Life Assurance Society paid
to the heirs of deceased policy holders,
three policies of $15,000 each; fouitcen of
$10,000 each; fifteen of 5,000 to $3,000
each and thirty-six policies of $1,000 to $:),
000 each. We give this item for the bene
fit of its numerous policy holders in Cairo.
Mr. Webb, a banker of Indianapolis,
and president of the Helena branch of the
Iron Mountain railroad, has brought suit
against the St. Louis Republican for $50,-
000 damages for libel. The complaint is
based upon ihe publication of a special
dispatch from Dallas, Texas, containing
statements ol alleged land frauds in winch
the name of Mr. Webb appeared.
Yesterday evening, at seven o'clock, a
young man named Henry Sauna, brother
of Mrs. Peter Fair, died at tho residence of
the latter, on Nineteenth street, of Home
kindof an affection of the brain. He had
been ill but a few days, and would have
been twenty years of age next August. The
funeral will take place to-morrow; further
notice will appear in to morrow's Bulle
tin. Thirty-seven persons arc now enrolled
as members of the military company, and,
according to Gpl. Rearden, who is compe
tent to judge in flie matter, they aro all tho
best kind of nut'-'ial for such an organiza
tion. Another meeting will be held on
next Thursday evening, when it is believed
the rules to govern the institution will have
arrived from tho adjutant general of the
state, and a permanent organization can be
effected by the election of officers, etc.
Harry Walker's Theatre Comiqiio is
now finished. The improvements that
have so long been in progress nre now done,
and the effect is wonderful. The gallery
has been extended all nrotind the audience
room; the whole inside has been newly
painted and papered; the stage has been
enlarged and new scenery placed upon it.
On the whole it is now one of the coziest
little theatres in the state, where anyone can
go and spend an evening in a very pleasant
Eleven thousand llyc hundred cigars
wero captured by tho revenue officers at
this point a day or two ago, and sold at
auction to the highest bidder at the custom
house yesterday afternoon. They were
captured because they wero
not stamped in accordance with
the requirements of tho revonuo laws
the stumps, amounting in all to six dollars,
were supplied by the government officers
hero before tho cigars were sold. They
wero the property of a Centralia man, but
aro now distributed among Messrs. C. O,
PatierA Co., Swoboda & Schultzo and two
Italian dealers, who untight them for nino-ty-fivo
cents and one dollar per one hun
dred. A grand opening will bo given in
Harry Walker'' Threatro Comique on to
morrow evening to winch everybody is
cordially invited. Not oulylms the theatre
been greatly enlarged and beautified, but a
new troupe will bo placed upon the boards
ftnd an entirely now and highly interesting
petforiiriuci) will bo presented. A lino
assortment of liquors are also to bo
found at the bar. Mr. Walker has made
every effort and spent much money to
bring his establishment up to its present
standard, and ho has proved himself to bo
an excellent caterer to tho amusement lov
An adjourned meeting of tlio city coun
cil was to have been held in tho council
chamber last evening for tho transaction of
some important unfinished business, but
there was no quorum on hand and those
present adjourned until ten o'clock, this
A number of citizens of both colors gath
ered at the court-house last evening in mass
meeting for tho purpose of hearing what
somo of the candidates had tosuy for them
selves. Several candidates were present
and several speeches were made, but not
much enthusiasm was aroused. Tho elec
tion is destined to be a very tamo affttir in
spite of the efforts of some of the candidates
to have it, otherwise.
Rev. Bush spoke to the temperance
people at the Reform ball last evening in a
manner that was highly entertaining to
them and calculated to arotiso in their
breasts a deeper interest in the cause in
which they aro laboring than they ever had.
The attendance was good. After Rev. Buch's
eloquent speech, the little Sullivan,
as he is familiarly called, spoke
to the ' nudienco in a very
happy manner, which did him much credit.
Two signatures to thu pledge were obtained,
and the executive and finance committees
appointed by Dr. Petrie, the president.
The chairman of the former is Mr. James
F. Miller, and of the latter, Mr. G. M. Al
lien. The meeting adjourned with song
The telegraph brings a singular story
of crime from Massachusetts. Two bur
glars attempted to enter the house of a
wealthy man named Wilson, living in the
country, and one of them was shot dead.
The body, examined in the morning, prov
ed to be that of Arthur Foster, a theologi
cal student, studying for the ministry and
that on completing his studies nt Phillips'
academy he intended to cuter another theo
logical seminary. A surviving brother, a
partner in the attempted robbery, says the
pair robbed Wilson's p'acc six months ago
of $1,000 in money and gold watches.
Wilson had in this room sonic $75,000 - in
stocks, bonds and other securities, the
property being under no other protection
than the owner's rille. The object of the
men was to secure nil this booty, using vio
lence if necessary. It is cuiious to con
template the sort of religious teachers these
two young men would have made had they
been successful in their plans and finally
entered the ministry.
The movement in tobacco is not, as
yet, very lively in this part of the country,
and the general impression among dealers
in this city is that it is not likely that it
will be, because tho article is not as plenti
ful as in years gonc-by. But yet a string
of wagons, loaded with the weed, appears
upon our streets every now and then, com
ing from Kentucky, and nre "taken in"
without much ceremony by our buyers.
Cairo furnishes a ready market, for all
that comes here, at good prices and the
fanners around us, who make raising tobac
co a specialty, will find it to their
interest to bring all their produc
tion here. Cairo has four large
ware houses, used exclusively tor handling
tobacco, and our buyers aro all gentlemen
who have had many years cxperieuco in
their business. Cairo is as easily accessa
to the farmers of Kentucky and'Missouri as
any city around here, and, at the satno
time, it presents advantages greatly superi
or to any of those presented by them
in tho way of shipping
facilities, which enables our buyers to
handle or dispose of their wares much
more rapidly than those of other places.
Many of the tobacco raisers of the counties
around us have learned that Cairo is an
excellent market and consequently this
has become, within tho last year or two, a
very important centra for the tolmccot raf
fle. But there are still some producers in
our immediate neighborhood who have not
yet been weened lroni their old places tor
selling their tobacco; these should consult
their own interests, givo Cairo a fair trial,
and we are satisfied that they will ac
knowledge their error in going elsewhere.
Day before yesterday a countryman
named James Ellison, of Dog Tooth Bend,
in this county, came to this city to have
some fun. Ho had about fifteen dollars,
which ho resolved to spend in a manner
that would must gratify Iris depraved taste,
even though he sacrificed his manhood in
the attempt. Accordingly ho proceeded
to "take in the town," visiting several
dens of vice and drinking freely, and then
made tho rounds of tho st'lodns whero he
also drank freely and in tlili pveniug, al
ready in a very boozy stat VJic'!l'iHitod tlio
Comique, whero he remained'-' ilitil tho per
formance was concluded. tvVa ho came
out ho wandered around he don't know
where and was robbed of what little money
ho had left. When found, lato in the night,
ho was too drunk to know whero it was
taken from him, or what tho robber look
ed like, mid hence it will bo almost impos
siblo.to detect the guilty party. Ho was
put in jail until morning to sober up and
then allowed to go homo, Ho told somo
of Iris friends hero yesterday botoro going
homo that, after lie had left
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the theatre, somo fellow took him
under arrest and while pretending to be tak
ing him to jail, he took him to some out-of-the-way
place and deprived him of his
change, to tho amount of nine dollars, ho
thinks. This is bad. It is very bad on the
victim; but wo feel safe in saying that,
humiliating as this experience was to Mr.
Ellison (if he has any sense of manhood) he
will not profit by that experience; he will
do as hundreds have done before him; he
will prove by his actions, the next
tune he comes to town, that ho likes such
experience, that he likes to get drunk
likes to be robbed ; because he will, if he
has fifteen dollars, go through the same
programme that he went through this time.
Yet there is a bare possibility that we are
mistaken ; he may be an exception to the
general rule; we hope that he is and will
prove himself to be so.
Tne members of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians are requested to meet at the
hull of the Order at one o'clock sharp, to
morrow (Sunday) afternoon, to prepare to
attend, in regalia, the funeral of Timothy J.
M II. C I X XING HAM WITHDUA WS.
I desire to thank my many friends for
the cordial support of my candidacy thus
far, and to say that alter due consideration
I have decided to withdraw from the race
and am no longer a candidate for City
A BLOODY AFFRAY.
Before tho story of the down town stab
bing scrape had become generally
known in the city last evening,
the news of another bloody affair came
from up in the cortell in the upper part of
the Fifth ward and was wafted over the
city. About half-past nine o'clock a mes
senger came from that portion of the city
in search of a physician to attend a man,
who had been seriously cut by
another in a quarrel, but as he
hail been to all the doctor's offices and had
found all empty wu do not know whether
he succeeded in his errand or not. Several
police officers started for the scene of the
affray, but up to this writing the red-handed
perpetrator of the crime had not been
The men engaged in the affair were two
negroes named Anderson Trotter and one
Mansfield. They hud n old grudge be
tween them and got into a quarrel over it
last night, when the latter drew his pocket
knife and commenced cutting the former,
not stopping until his victim fell to the
ground. Wo did not learn how badly Trot
ter was cut, but the general report was that
he would not survive his wounds. Mans
field made himself scarce, but, as ho is well
known, Ins capture is only a question of a
A LA I) CUT.
Yesterday afternoon a negro named
Mason Parker, who is known to tho police
ns a hard character, having been tried ami
found guilty a number of times of fighting
and general disorderly conduct, renewed
a quarrel witii 11 colored woman with whom
he had for sometime lived as his wife and
cut her in the side, making a
wound that it was reported might
prove fatal to her. Parker immediately
fled and succeeded in eluding tho police,
who were on thu lookout for him until lato
in the evening when lw was captured by
Office? f John , Tyler, in John Uladncy's
saloon, up town. He was lodged in jail nnd
will have his preliminary examination to
day if his victim is able to appear against
The woman was reported to have receiv
ed a serious though not necessarily fatal
cut. Bho and Parker had not lived togeth
er for some time because of the frequeut
misunderstandings that sprung up between
them. Yet they had met frequently, and
had never failed to exchange both hard
words and hard blows whenever they did
bo. It appears that , Parker was
laboring under the impression that tho
woman had gotten ahead of him by
having him arrested and' fined when
ever they had indulged iu a scrimmago and,
by way of getting even, ho sought her in her
house and springing towards her stabbed
her with a pocket knife,
Mit. Timothy Sullivan's wife, 1107" N.
Seventeenth street, Richmond, Va., Buffered
with terrible pains in Iter side, and could
obtain no relief, until 8t. Jacobs Oil had
been used. After ono or two applications
of tho Oil tho desired effect was produced.
" V. VJjAIUS., i'i:opkiktoi:.
Complimentary Bfiicllt of Die l.adl.-s ami (ion
tli iiif n of Cairo to
Miss Kittie Alvokd
A T II K N -E IT jI
Tuesday Evening April l(.)tli
Poors open at 7 :30 o rlork.
A Boneml Invitation in pm-iuM to the public,
an uvviiIiik' enteriannnent of .Mudi . oom.-i' and
recitiitlniiK wltti which all will he nlmud, la
PROGRAMME FOR THE KVEXIXfi:
Hernani, Bescue me Verdi
MRS. J. M. LANSDKN.
Archie Deane Gail Hamilton
The Dream of Eugene Aram. . Tim's Hood
Nock of Ages Anonymous
The Canal Boat .Harriet B. Stows
Waltz Song C.A.White
MKS. W.P. HALLIDAY.
Henry V's Wooing Shaktpcre
The Cheap Jack Dickens
Ophelia's Mad Sceiien, from Hani
Bobin Adair Ballad
MRS. J. M. LANSDEN.
A(lmlHlon to all part of the houne BO centa;
Children i" cent.
Aiforrtisemntl in menfartil (not huiimttt catdi)
of fire Imci or leu ix (kit tolumn, JO emit taiA w
jfrtten, "IVMSTED. A mart bny. onswhu ran pck
I? Oeiman and Kntllli, tu lcarti thu .barber
hiwim-HB. Apply at mjr hop on Kli;liih nr.-t.-t.
IO It RENT -The Helm Houxe. enrm-r of Third
1 ftn-et and ('oninu-rrtal ai-niii. Ha been thor
ouul.ly repaired internally and externally. I slt-na'i-d
only one block from all the railroad deputa
and only mi. block from the principal tteamboat
lnii.lini;. Apply to WM . Mi IIALt.
A rooKINO stove formle.wiihtv.o ,, ,,,,,,
t two linke i and two urlililk-: win he nild
fur ten dollai. Apply at Uulli tm UV.ce.
1 o HRE NT-Hoi nm. fiirnlfhid or ni.lmi,i ed
1 wither without hoard, at reuM.tiaMi- rntea
Apply at Ilulletin building.
to bo given by tho
Hibernian Fire Co., No. i
Wetliiesday Evening April 20.
(fiMidMaale and Refreshment. Everybody la
ADMISSION, 81 .OO.
MILL AMI COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND BAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlirbest Ca8U price Paid for Wbftat.
YOCUM & URODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
Ry order of tho circuit court of Cook comity, llll
tml. I, the. limlernlKiied, receiver of tlm Mnfety
D.-poHit Life Iniirniica Co., of Clilciiuo, hereby
oiler for nle to tho hlutumt bidder for chkIi, tlio
following described properly, to-wit: Lot eleven
Ml), In block fourteen (11), aud lot aeventeen (17), In
block threatH), In the city of Cairo, Alexander
1 havo been oderiiil foraald lot eleven, mliject to
the taxea thoreon tho until of one thouaand dollurs
caah. and lor aald lot seventeen, aubject to tho taxea
thereon, tho aum ofaevon hundred and lltty dolliira
i-uh. and mile within foiirteou diiya from tho
14th day of April. IHmi, ha r,.t.ve a hlulier bid
for either or both of ald lota, aald lota wiUbeaold
upon the blda an made for them reHpoo.tlvuly. Per
aona deilrln to hid for aiild lota or either of them,
mny ail dreaa the recelvur at hla oflice. -IH. Hmitu
Clark St., Chleaxo. CHARLKS ('. IIOLToN.
Receiver of the Hafetj- Uepoalt Life luiiriince Co.