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KM UHKU AT THK J'OHT OKPIC IN CAIKO, XL
tJSOIli, AS BKOoNIVCljUs MATT KB.
J.AL PAPKKOF cri-YANl) COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
, .....luiiiii. cluhl cent uer lino for
f, ,'' I iv.- win it Hue earhiiurequeiittueer
t'ou lU o.,o wuvk. l cents per lino, tor one
mi'iiili, ' reii'i' l""' nliU-
Comm. ncing Sunday, October Oth, 1881,
ivs, i. - r trains of the St. Louis, Iron Motin
Mia and Southern railway will arrive at
.... i i...,..r Cram I'niim ili'ivit. corner Second
Ibll'l ... i"iv . - i i .
Bir,.,t mid Commercial avenue. H
ollice, ') Ohio levee.
II. II.Mn.iiLKX, A-nt
A Muri'il meeting will le held on Mou
dnv nvnimr, Oct. lUtli., lor mo purpose
h n'ii.M" an election to till vacancies.
(Jku. J. Bixkkk, Sec. Pro Tern.
; Ki iiMMii:i ami one unfurnished
M rent. Apply ''
Mus. Boyle, Eighth street.
ru'.- in .'ii. women and society, Kings and
Princes acknowledge its sway, and Public
0:-i:ii..ni sold only by II. Meyers, sole
n-Vnt f.r Cairn, Illinois. Don't tail toob
tan n supply.
Katly Rose Potatoes.
I , ,t revived and for sale, five car
of i'.ik K olv Rose Potatoes.
V. M. Ci-NPiKK, Eighth street
... '..i-'iics ik'i
Iding due bill from CO.
;er & Co.,
will pieie cad and have
..:uc vsiu X- oaoiH.-r.. tl-i, wm,
t..li.-1-ti.-l to tl.At UU' -n oar Uwks, we re-tMek-U:
mike payau-nt atone-, as all ac-i,,--,...
: r:a n-u.-.t be closed at
Cn as. O. Patieu.
t'.iir .ind riiM-ition. Ocudicr
oJ to ?;ib.
Ion tickets to St. Louis and
fa he for the round trip.
( ' M'lH
(. i.uv of tickets Saturday, Oct.
continue until Sth. Gixl to re-
tarn uir.il Mouday, Oct. 10th, inclusive.
,1 , ;. . .Johnson, A. II. Hanson,
n'l Agf, Cain). Oen'l Puss. Agt.
.-is. .ha lliukle k Son, 7!) Ohio
mv prepared to furnish nt retail all
of fresh meats at the. bwest prices
liver the Siime free of charge to all
parts of the city. Orders for meats by tele
phone No. 11 J, will have prompt attention.
Oysters by the. Can
at I).' Puma's 50 Ohio Levee.
Uuy Lone: or Short,
but be sure to'buy enough of "Public Opin
ion," the best cigar ever offered in this
market. .Sold only by II. Meyers, sole
agent, Ciin, Illinois.
Til HUE IIUNMIED MEN
:i ii railroid, wajes f 1..10 per
I :;:.o') per week.' For further
;u .-ee C. Mmley, Court House
U.iy, b u
ivt iv !'. .'lii'.-i o'l (.iliio Leyee.
Wliolesilc and Retail,
pi. p ire I to sell ice by the car-
v tV' iiiini'l ut prices beyond
iiiion. My viu;on" will run to all
i of tii" city during summer, surving
' eu loiiiers m (lUantitiea to suit.
mi i ..t -loiiil lots will receive prompt
m';o:i. My ke is Pure Lake Ice, from
!' '.u'l.c") Ics Co., Kankakee, 111. Td
!.. '.:.. F. M. Wakd.
For Sale at lireenlleUrs Lainlinij,
Iii ! i' r "ile my stor.: house, residence.
ami l.o acres of land. lbuKtom is l'Jx
.1). i.ai liAeiimg coin)use,s 5 rooms and
kit" I., ii. The location is firrit-dass for busi
in -A county road passes on each side o
the rice. or particulars apply to
.Ton -,- Tannkk, (Ireenlield's Landing, Mo
FrfU arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
PTiV Thuip's Jv. ;itauiaiit and Lurojican Ho
tel. Ohio L,cvcc, next to Cily .National Iiank
I'leiy (hiy, and served up to order in the
best sfyle, cooked or raw, at any iiour of day
orm.'ir. 4ivnir suio at lowest market
price-!, by can or quart, for family tisn.
in cans at J e I
A Fine Farm
TO I.KVE Full A TEltM OK YEA KB.
I will h use niy farm ut Pulaski 10 miles
lrom Cuiio, to a good tcn.iut for a term of
ye .i ,. The farm Is rich bottom and tim
'" i, 1 upl ind, good for fruit nnd early
fai dening; two living springs of water that
loive .-hovin no signs of failing this present
div u-iiii; new two story dwelling of 7
io .ii.- within live minutes walk of railroad
d-j.oi, pohtnilicu i, telegraph ofllce;
in '.. raUvaier as good us the best can bo
"1't.rm-d by driving. At a little expenso
a bMp .n.l Wm Wllk,r wn ,
ina.lo .0,1 Mocked wiih native fisli. The
wheat -r P tins wtison ykMed 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yi,;l,l : Imshels'to
the acre. As n dairy furm, the place is un
upialed. ew farm implement, cows
Imrs'-H, etc. will be sold with the leaso ii
desired. Parties are invited t. visit the
place or address mo by letter.
E. Jf . Low it. Pulaski. Ills.
Kn'juiries may bo made at Tun Hi llktin
oi.ic; or ot J. JI. MeU-air, Cairo, Ills.
at Do Ilium's -VJ Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice 1n thia coiiimm, ton cut par line,
ch Inaertton. Mrkert
Ilattio 8. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's.
Mr. II. H. Camleo and family returned
to Cairo yesterdny morning.
Hon. II. II. Black has returned from
Colorado greatly improved in his health.
Mrs. Geo. Lentz and daughter returned
from their visit to Ohio early in the week.
Paul II. Schuh took in tho St. Louis
fair, and then returned homo yesterday
Just received.by Q. G. Weichert, a new
supply of of Meerham goods of all dis
criptions. Look out for George Weichert's uew
store. He has determined to make it tho
finest in the city.
Garfield republicans is what they are
called now. This sounds more euphonious
Smoke "Tho Independent" the only
reliable five cent cigar in town. For sale
by G. G. Weichert.
Tho Hough & Heady Fire Company
advertise a Bpecial meeting to be held at
their ball to-morrow evening.
Adolph Swoboda is building a brick ad
dition, to tho fine business house of Swo
boda & Scbulze, on Poplar street.
The festive street car i3 making its
self numerous on our streets. Trips are
made regularly, and nearly on time.'
Mr. G. G.Wichert has just returned
from St. Louis with a full stuck of new
goods of all kinds , for his tobacco store.
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach at the
Baptist church, Tenth street corner of Pop
lar, at the usual hours morning and even
ing. Mr. H. A. riannon has returned from
the St. Louis fair. Mrs. Ilunnon w ill re
main in the city several days, ris-iling
If yon want firKt-cluss boarding call at
Charles Schoimnievers' corner Toplar,
Tenth and Washington avenue, Gcrmnnia
Mr. Joseph Malone leaves for Spring
field nest Tuesday, on a visit to relatives.
From there he will return to his home in
.Wanted A good girl to do general
house work. Apply at residence of 8.
Rosenwater, Eighth street, between Wash
ington and Walnut.
Mr. A. J. Aldeu's ten-year-old daughter
is very sick at Renton with typhoid fever.
The mother was called to her bedside by a
Gus Botto is buying tho fincub outfit to
bo obtained for money, to place in his new
saloon. It will be, when completed, the
finest in Southern Illinois.
Mike O'Donnol has at his saloon sam
ples of an extra quality of roofing slate,
sent from the quarry of his brother in
Washington county, N'ew York.
A discourse will be delivered this
evening at the Presbyterian church on the
Early nistory of the Bible. The usual
services will be held in the morning.
The painters are putting the fininhing
touches on the front of Tabor's jewelry
store. The designs are Chinese and
Japanese, unique, tasty and elegant.
Rev. A. J. Hess w ill preach this morn
ing and evening at tho Baptist church, at
the usual hours. All are cordially invited.
Sunday school at half-past nine a. in.
Stuart's Popular and Reliable Dry
Goods House are the only agents in this
city for the sale of the Genuine Foster Kid
Glove. See our 2 Buttons Kid at 21 cents.
-Civil service is looming up again.
What will President Arthur do with it?
Some of Garfield's cabinet pledged to its
support cared no more for civil Borvicc than
for an old boot.
Tho walls of the new opera-house are
nearly completed and preliminary steps
toward putting on the roof has commenced
Tho stage ia precisely tho si.o that inMc-
Vicker's theatre in Chicago.
lo-nay the iron Mountain trains
will commence running into the new Union
Depot, corner Commercial avenue nnd
Second street, where transfers oi passengers
and haggago will hereafter be made.
G. G. Wichert and wife returned from
St. Louis yostcrday morning. Mr. Wichert
while in that lity, purchased tho fixtures,
etc., for his now 6torc, which ho intends
shall bo tho finest tobacco house in the city
John Reese has returned lrom St.
Louis not especially pleased with a visit to
that city during tho progress of the fair.
A room could not bo obtained at any prico
and he spent ono night walking tlio street
shivering in his light clothes and praying
for day light.
- For a quiet, orderly, neat, well-con
ducted place, where tho finest of wines,
liquors or cigars may bo obtained and en
joyed at any hour, as tho saloon is kept
open day and night, wo cannot do better
than recommend tho Post Offlco saloon
kept by jovial Joo Ronekcr.
The murderers, James C. Atkinson and
Apploton Atkinson, confined in the jail at
Gayoso, Mo., under sentenco of death,
broko ia'll Fridav nifrht nnd nannm..!
Chief Meyers received a description of
them yesterday. A reward of two hun
dred dollars will bo paid for their appro
hension. They were to hang on tho 28th
for tho murder of a woman and little girl.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOKEft 9, 1881.
Tho movemont to makfl Niagara a free
international park is resuming prominonco.
There seems to bo excellent reasons why
this Bhouhl bo done. But it would involvo
a vicious hackmon's rebellion.
Rev. Mr. Scarrltt arrived in tho city
yesterday morning, and his family arrived
by boat in tho afternoon. There will bo
prayer and class meeting at tho mcthodist
church this morning at ten o'clock, regular
services at eleven, also in tho evening.
Sunday school at 8 p. m.
The Appachcs havo left the war-path
and are "coming in" again. That means
that winter is coming on, meat will
be scarce, and it will bo much pleasanter
and easier to draw rations from tho gov
ernment, even if the settlers must be allow
ed to live until spring comes again.
The new perforating machine for Thk
Bulletin offico will arrive the last of this
week. When wo propose manufacturing
receipt books, draft books, blank notes, or
ders, scratch books and pads to place on
the market in competition with Chicago atid
Tho police, yesterday arrested and
jailed two Irish, ono dutch and and ono
colored boy for placing stones and other
obstructions on tho street railroad track.
Warrants havo been sworn out agaiust
other boys on tho same kind of a charge, to
bo served if necessary.
See our great bargains in Dross Goods.
Best and cheapest line of Black Cashmeres
ever shown in the city. Good Black Silk
at 40 and 50 cents. Endless variety of
Beaded Gimps, Fringes, Buttons, Orna
ments, etc. Special bargains in Silk Vel
vets and Plushes. Stuart.
Great bargains in Gents Scarfs at 25
cents, worth fully 50 cents. We have just
received some novelties in Gents' Under
wear, Collars and CulTs, &c, to which we
invite attention. We propose to make it to
the interest of the gentlemen to trado with
us in this line of coods. See our Gents'
Linen Collar at 10c, 12c and 15c. Stuart.
Among the cases disposed of by tho
appel late court, and decisions rendered Oc
tober 6th, we notice that of Bross vs. City
of Cairo. Decision of lower court affirmed.
Metropolis City vs. Karr, affirmed; Halls
vs. Sharp, affirmed; and Harris vs. Jackson
County Agricultural Board, rehearing do
nied. The first number of "The Three States"
was issued to-day. Its publishers Messrs.
Leonard & Gladden, are educated, intelli
gent colored men, who will work hard for
the republican party and for the moral and
intellectual elevation of tho colored race.
They deserve, and if they are plucky enough,
will achieve success.
It was only a change in a Bingle letter
in a name a thing that is like to occur
under the fingers of any well-regulated
type-setter but it made a carter out of a
carver. It was Mrs. Casver that camo
from South Bend on Friday, to join her
husband, who has charge of the Singer
Mf. Co's works at Cairo.
The text of the proposed Scottish land
act will be awaited with world wide inter
est. It is hinted that it will be the most
sweeping measure ever laid before parlia
ment. The Scotch farmer has a pretty clear
cut idea of what he wants, and thero is lit
tle doubt that he has prepared a dose that
will make the landocrats howl.
A gentleman called on The Bulletin
late last night, with a letter from Arkansas,
in which the writer stated that he could
put his hand on a man who had murdered
his wife in some county in Southern Illi
nois, and for whoso arrest a thousand dol
lars reward had been offered. Ho is anxious
to know who a nd what county wants tho
Men and teams are at work on filling
the last section of Railroad street, between
Tenth and Twelfth streets. Tho balance of
the street is filled up to Commercial avenue
grade. The council's mistake was in not
ordering it tilled to the grado of the Cross
streets that intersect it, but thero is plenty
in the fund set apart for tho improvement
ot that street and it is not too lato yet to
have it done.
Stuart 'a Popular and Reliablo Dry
G tods Houso now offer the most complete
line of Ladies, Gents and Children's Un
derwear ever shown in this city. Full lino
of the celebrated Norfolk and Now Brims.
wick regular-made Merino Underwear for
ladies and children. Just received Gents'
Scarlet Underwear, all wool at $1.00, $l.25
$1.50 and $1.75; also, 1000 dozen Ladies,
Gents and Children's Hose, from 5 cents
per pair up. It will pay to investigate at
our prices. Stuart
The Argus last evening given another
item of news that it has heard from sonio
quarter, but like its items of "Earthquakes
that turns Villa Ridge upsido down" thero
is no foundation to it. Nobody stolo I
mulo from Smith Brothers' yard and no
body intended to, and if they did Smith
Brothers are not tho kind of men to under
tako to steal from. All in a nut shell a
man who know tho mulo and knew tho
owner borrowed him (wo mosn the mule)
to work yesterday nnd returned it to him
(wo mean tho owner tills time) seme time
during tho afternoon.
Tho three young train robbers, who
boarded an Iron Mountain ttain a short
timo ago (in September), and robbod the
pussengcrs, wcro sentencod, day betore yc$
terday, to seventy years each in tho peni
tentiary. This will mako tho youngest of
tho trio about ninety years old when ho
drops his Btriped suit. Tho officers of tho
road and tho officers of the law aro all en
titled to a great deal of praiso for their
quick and suro work. A fow moro deter
mined cases, short trials and long sen
tences will mako train robbing a' great
deal less popular in Missouri than it has
Peoplo are fast losing confidence in
both the ability and inclination oi Mr.
Daniels to perform his contract to build
tho Cairo water works. He took a month
in which to consider it before he accepted
the city's proposition, and now when he
should be preparing tho foundation of the
works, he first asks for an extension of
timo in which to commence tho work, and
then supplements it with numerous requests
for concessions in the details of the con
tract. We confess to a preference for
Mississippi river water, but rather than not
havo water works would be willing to tako
our share from Oooso Pond or any place
that Mr. Daniels sees fit, let us have no
more skirmishing around the contract.
If tho Washington correspondents were
to announce definitely and by authority
just what was going to bo done about the
cabinet tho subject would bo exhausted as
asourco of daily dispatches; so they keep
on asserting and denying on alternate days
that this, that or the other member is to re
main, or be dismissed, or to resign. This
enables them to got a month's occupation
nut of what would afford but ati hour's
telegraphing if they had tho exact truth.
Only the other day it wiis asserted that of
course the cabinet would remain; tho coun
try demanded it, and Arthur would not
dare remove them or permit them to resign.
Then it was said that Hunt would certainly
have to go. whwther he would or not, as
there was some private quarrel between
himself and the president, but the rest
would probably remain. It was next de
clared that Windom would go anyway,
even should the president want him to stay,
as he desired to get back to the senate.
After an assurance that Blaine would cer
tainly 6tay it was telegraphed that ho was
determined to go, regardless of tho presi
dent's desires; then that ho was intriguring
to stay, and now that it is utterly repug
nant to him to remain, and that he will in
sist on retiring as soon as he can do so
with propriety. Lincoln and MacVcagh
were at ono time reported as among those
who could probably remain; then it was
discovered that MacVeagh positively re
fused, and was solicitous for the immediate
acceptance of his resignation, whilo Lin
coln is almost forgotten. James, supposed
to be an intimate of Conkling's, was first
regarded as the ono most likely to stay,
and after a week of assertion a. id contradic
tion settled down with tho correspondents
as most certain to go, and is now reported
as having, with Hunt, received an assur
ance from the president that their places i
were at their pleasure as long as they chose
to hold them.
The chief difficulty with the average cor
respondent is that being so eager to ascer
tain what is occurring to-day and is going
to occur to-morrow, he pays little attention
to what occurred yesterday. In a word he
reads very little history, and being there
fore ignorant of the past, he has little
knowledge of what is likely tu occur in the
future, except when It is actually told
him, and in most cases he is depend
ent upon the statements of men whoso
wishes generatu their thoughts.
It is not likely that Mr. Arthur has yet
fully determined upon a program, or that
ho has informed any one outside of his
most intimate friends regarding that por
tion of his program be has thought ot. At
tho saino timo it ought to have been ap
parent to every intelligent person, from tho
very moment of Garfield's death, that tho
Blaino ministry could not remain in power.
In oursyBtem tho president is not respon
sible either to congress or tho people, once
he gets into power; but, as in Russia and
Turkey the, ministers are individually re
sponsible to the autocrat sometimes
called czar, sultan or president. It is
therefore absolutely essential that tho min
isters must bo not merely submissive to
their master, but on terms of cordial good
will toward him. This has been the rulo
lrom the beginning, and tho principle was
never so fuMy recognized as it is at present.
It reached its full development under the
autocracy of Grant, and has not since been
If anything was well known regarding
the personal relations of American politi
cians It was the hostility between Arthur
and his friends and the whole Garfield
government. In the face of this it would
havo been contrary to all the precedents,
contrary to good manners, for tho cabinet
ministers to tako advantage of public senti
ment and emotion to saddle themselves
upon an exocutive who, whatever ho might
say out of politeness, preferred to havo his
own friends about him. Mr. MacVeagh is
reported as having expressed this idea very
neatly when ho said that Prosidont Arthur
could not retain Gar field's ministers unless
ho continued Garfield's work to tho letter,
and, if ho intended to continue if, ho was
entitled to get whatever credit thnto was In
itby doing it with ministers of his own
choice. It was, therefore obvious from tho
beginning that, sooner or later, tho cabinet
must bo entirely remodeled; that tho senti
mental talk about continuing Mr. Gar-
To every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Goods we will present a
Cairo Street Railway Ticket. We do this to enconrage the new enterprise
and to'bring the Cheapast Dry Goods House closer to your houses.
During this week in Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels, Oc.
worth 8c; 8c to 10c, worth 10c to 12c; lSc to 15c, worth 14c to 18c;
Scarlet Flannels, all wool and guaranteed, from 13c to 80c, worth 18c
to 35c; Elegant Bleached Muslin, Cc, cheap at 8c; and Unbleached for
5c. Now is your time to obtain your Fall and Winter Flannels and
Muslins at exceedingly low prices.
To Close Out,
We will offer, for this week only, a handsome line of Matleseo Dry Goods,
in all colors, and seasonable goods, for 8c4 worth 15c; 10c, worth 17c.
2,000 pieces of Fall Calicos, choice patterns, for 5c, selling everywhere
for 8c. 1,000 dozen Hosiery, 5c per pair, worth 15c.
We offer theso inducements for one w.eek only, ending Saturday even
ing, October 11th.
FffWe inten 1 to make things "warm" this season, if good goods
A.J.D LOW I'HICEH will do it!
124 Commercial Ave.
field's policy and Mr. Garfield's ministry
was merely one of the emotional outbursts
that frequently tako place at funerals and
aro forgotten as soon as tho grave is closed.
How tho cabinet will be remodeled will
probably not be known until the names of
the new ministers arc actually sent to the
senate, and this may not tako place until
after the November election in New York.
But that it will come the country may rest
assured, regardless of the rumors nnd coun
ter rumors, assertions and contradictions
with which tho correspondents will daily
burden tho wires until it is actually ac
Some days sinco as wo were walking
hastily along Commercial avenue, in the
neighborhood of the place of our daily toil,
we inadvertently struck our bull-hide san
dals against an unshapely stone, where
upon the genial kindness, which habitual
ly glows in our cerulean orbs instantly flit
ted on lightning wings away, and a fierce
glare shot athwart our beautiful nose and
rested upon a gemini of well-lighted, yel
low, and symetrical coaches moving with
the velocity and motion of two overgrown
potato-buga along Poplar street the half
uttered, "dog on it" was bitten into le-
tween our teeth, a smile of pleasure hovered
like an angel upon our lips, our legs again
became lambent with joy and our mouth
shot off the expressive, but inelegant term
of wonder "gewheelicans" and we our
selves mentally added, "I'll bewitched if
they ain't running; hurrah tor Cairo, how
things do boom anyhow!" After which
pround but silent ejaculations, we stepped
across to the track and looked up and
down it with friendly but critical eyes, and
then given voice to those remarkable words.
If if (say we) if the horse car company
would only just level up a little, and then
go to Lancaster & Rice's, or to McOahey's,
and order two-inch cypress boards and lay
it dow n for tow-path, they would be acting
tho part of good and wise men ; and, though
they bled in the operation doing the best
they could, like good Aurilius, they would
die acting nobly their part. "Hint."
Every editor loves to have his friends,
and particularly his readers, call on him.
They belong to tho samo family, as it were.
But when you call to seo the editor don't
stay too long. Editors aro generally busy
in business hours. If you havo any sugges
tion to make, or news to communicate,
state it in as few words as poscible. Don't
offer an excuse, or indulgo in a long preface
to what you have to say. Blurt it right
out; tell tho editor you wish him well, and
bid him good day. FMitojs doto on such
men as that; they love to receive calls from
them. Don't arguo with him; don't try to
do it; ho has no time lor argument while at
When you write to an editor for publica
tion, mako it short -boil it. down. Pitch
right into tho middle of your subject, and
be sure to stop when you aro through. Ed
itors always like something fresh and origi
nal in tho way of communications, and aro
especially fond of news. But the editor
must always be tho judgo of what is worthy
of publication. Of course, every writer
thinks his own production tho best, just as
every mother thinks her baby tho prettieBt
that ever was born. But tho editor may be
so stupid as to havo a different opinion. If
so, it can't bo helpod. Don't try to urgo
him out of his notion. If hois too stupid
to appreciate a good thing, you can't ex
pect to remedy his dullness. You may
think you ato a good deal smarter than the
oditor, and that may bo true, but tho editor
may be rosponsiblo and you aro not. There
is no class of men so anxious to plcaso a
majority of tho peoplo as editors are.
Tliero Is no class of people so covotuous of
tho good opinion of others. It is well to
remember that fact.
Aiew i one paper r.vocatm the nam
of John Wentworth, of Chicago, as accreta
ry of the toreaimry.
fl a Pi.nutwiitininn lwi !I....L ..f. a
m-oi, pimu un limi tlljf. Jill
week there are 12,532,512 bushels in store
against 7,027,411 bushels tho samn fim.
... .n !,. Yinj nicy u u ai i eiiria: Ax
. i i .....
ri i.tu .a M.u.. ... .1.. n ! . .
..... ii.u.1 ...... a u-BiauiauL BlQ BnO
j.m.j ins inn. i nen no sat
down and fell asleep, only to wako np and
find his f? missing. The police did not
arrest tho old man.
.-VlPAif iniT f.I It. r..r rwa ... l-ir.).. .A .L
rec ;nt stato fair, the Peoria Journal has this
to lay: "The festive 'tiger' is perfectly at
home in Peoris, and is abundantly able to
take, -are of himself; while as for poker,
here is his nativij liar, owing to the num
ber ot native liars."
A Ni-w and Comploto Hotel, fronting on Levee,
Ri-cnnd mil Hull road Htrect,
rue rfcti;'r IJ. pot or the Chicago, St. Lonll
and Now Orluaiif : Illinois Central; Watianh, ft.
Loul and Purl lie; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Molilluand Ohio; Cairo and St. Louts Railways
arc all jnm aeroa the atrcet; while the Steamboat
Landing It hat on iqnaru dintant,
TIiIk Hotel Is heaf d hj steam, hat steam
Launlr, Kj.lriiullc Elevator, Electric Call Bella.
Antoinittlc Flro-Alarma, Hathf, ahuolntclr pnre Sir,
jrlrcticwura(;e and tomplete appointment.
S u peril furtilfhlnno; perfect pervlce; and an on
Ii. I V AltKKR Ac CO., Is-fpom.
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II. I.enlll.l. I
Circuit Court of Alexan
der County in Chancery.
ThomaaW lliillfdiiy.Treniiuror of tua Enterprise
HnvlNiri Dank of Cairo
Msry Hmliroi, widow, Ellr.ahoth Orofluwoll, Goorw
f, Grunwll and John lloiiitea Jr.. adults, Alex
andor llotlKua, J r. , M arv Uod tfoi and J ano II wises
flux TO FollKCLOiH MOHTOAOBi . f
Vuhllc notice la hereby Klvcn. that In puriukneo
of a decrco made and.untercd by ald court in
the above entitled canno, on tho 14tb day of May a
d. IKH1, 1, Aloxandinr If. Irvln, Maator In Chancoiv
of the Mid circuit court of Alexander county, will,
oa the 2Wh day of October, 1HH1, at tho hour of U
o'clock In the forenoon, at tho lotith-woaterly doer
of tho eotirt hoime, In the city of Cairo, county of,
Alexundur ndtatnf Illinois, il) at pnbllc auc
tion, to tin highest and beat bidder, forcah,aJl
nd lingular the followluB deaerlbod premlaee ana
real oatate lo aatd decree mentioned, altuate In W
county of Alexander and awto of IllmoU. or
much thereof an ahull bo atirtlctont to aatlafy !!
d Tho'en'Stir weat on' tor of the north eaat Quarter
of section one (I) In townahip sixteen (In) aonlhor
ranee two () wont of th third principal nwrtdiaa.
Dated, Oclobor 1st, lasl.
Green A Gilbert,
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