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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 19, 1884.
Further Liquidation, Lower Ratea
and More Bonds the Need
of the Hour.
What Has Become of the 8urpluo Fundi
of a Great Corporation The
Out in Railroad Fares.
Wages of Skilled Labor Too High A
Barrel of Flour For a Day's
Nkw Yohk, October 18. In an lutcr
view last night Vanderbllt said tho New
York Central would not be backward In
nieollmr. any cut In raws, and he Inti
mated tbat be could stand anything
younger roads could. "The fact Is,"
aid be, "there baa got to be further
llquldatlou; tbe Erie and WestSnoro are
bankrupt and not worth considering; tbe
Pennsylvania must reduce its dividend.
Tbe Baltimore & Ohio spent all Its money
la telegraph llue and I guess some ot
these roads will have to Issue bonds. It
Is not probable that young Garret will
long remain la control of tbe Baltimore &
Ohio, Everybody has lost money
In the last year or two and It
Is fortunate tbat tbe losses have
fallou on the richest men. I feel the
depreciation, perhaps, in proportion
to my we-tlth, but oa some rich men It is
telling pretty bard. It Is ridiculous to
suppose tbat politics can change the
process of liquidation. The success of
one candidate or another will not add a
cent to what I already have. Tbe trouble
la this cowrtry just now Is the relation of
wages to tho coat of production. Skilled
workman In almost any branch of Iju-1-noss
get every day money enough to buy
a barrel of flour. I don't rcler to ordi
nary laborers, but to men skUkd at their
trado. The man who makes an artlclo
receives as much wages In mioy In
stances as the artlc'e is worth when
finished, and until wages bear a truer re
lation to production there can be no real
prosperity lu this cou'utry.
A Case of Mistaken Identity by a Ci.ro
Erie, V., October 18. The body of a
man was found flouting In the bay to-day
by Captain Stanton, who recognized It as
the body of Sylvester Smith o! this city.
The Corccor summoned a jury and a ver
dict tbat Smith came to bis death by ac
cidental drowning was rendered. The til
rectors ot tbe poor proceeded to break
the news to the widow and ascertain her
wishes as to the dliposil of the corpse.
Mrs. Smith said be objected to Smith
being burled until be was dead. Tho
messenger assured ber tbat the corpse
of her husband was on the dock, and
tbat a jury bad declared blm dead.
To conv iice them to tho contrary,
Mrs. Smith conducted the visitors up
stairs where Smith was found i lacing
raw bef over a pair of blackened eyes.
Subsequently the word "unknown"
was substituted In tho verdict for the
name ot Smith.
A New DUpateb Boat Which Broko
Down oa Her Trial Tr:p.
Washington, D. C, Oetobcr 18. Tho
first thing tbe new dispatch boat Dolphin
did was to break down. This fact bas
been kept as quiet as possible, bat in
naval circles there Is a good deal of
subdued talk about tbe failayj. On tbe
ship's trial trip to New York she broke
the rocket of tbe high pressure valve
stem, and It was also found that the
draught arrangement of the fire room
was a fall are. The temperature ot tho
room Is excessive, and to lower It the
space must be enlarged. These repairs
will take three or tour weeks, and then
the ship will bave a second trial. On her
receat tap ber average speed was only
thirteen and one-half knots, though for a
short distance she mado tho stipulated
Amorous Dr. Lofton.
Atlanta, Ga., October 18. Rev. G.
II. Lofton, of St. Louis, last night at
tempted to break through a door which
separated bis room from that of a lady
guest at tbe Grant House, In Atlanta,
Go, lie was so violently amorous In his
remarks to tbe lady tbat sbo had to ring
for a clerk, who was assured by Dr. Lof
ton tbat he had bad to take so much
whisky for sickness that It bad brought
on an attack ot omativeness be could not
control. His bill was promptly banded
him. Dr. Lofton Is now postor of tho
Baptist Church at Dalton, Ga.
The Bates War.
Nkw Yokk, October 18. Tbe Now York
Central Road will meet tho West Sboro
cutln local passenger rates and sell to all
points atone cent a mile. Tho cut In
through rates to Chicago bas not yet be
come general, and an effort is being
made to keep tbe price up. Tbe rato of
faro Is practically In tbe hands ot tho
scalper, tho West Shoro having an
nounced It would go as low as tho rest.
Tickets wor,e sold at ono time yesterday
at the rate of thirteen dollars toCblcjgo,
but sold higher later In tbe day.
Bs, The Conquering- Heroes Com?.
Frotvidknck, K. I., October 18. Be
tween five and tlx thousand peoplo as
sembled last evening at tbe depot to wel
come tbe victorious base ball club homo.
A salote of one hundred guns was fired.
Tho members entered opened carriages,
beaded by a band, ancj. made a short
parade to the Narragansett Hotel, where
a banquet was served. They received a
perfect ovation all along tbe routo.
Death of a Noted Slave.
FisaviiXK, N. Y., October 18. Prlnco
Crosby, who was tbe slave and servant
ot Rooota Crosby, who figured as Harvey
Birch in Cooper's story of "The Spy,"
died a few days ago at Us residence near
CfctlBMgaj Loading In this town. Somo
two ot three years ftge he considered
htsMsM to be 108 years of age, bat some
beMeye he was 110 at theKttwe of bts
WiAsnioioBt.D. C, October"! 8. The
Pieejdet has town up Ms seettknee at
ttWBirtdHw' BasMCattegb ovaUgUto
Presented to tbe President,
WASmxaTO.v, D. C, October 18. Tbe
new Japanese Mintotor was prosented to
tho Treslduut to-day by tho Socretary ot
Vandorbilt Did It.
Nkw Yokk, October 18. Tho Evening
Post attributes the heavy decline In stocki
to-day to the change by Vanderbllt from
the bull to the bear side ot the market.
Killed by Falling: Coal.
Ashland, Ta., October 18. Jacob
Ruber, single, and Thomas Jones, mar
ried, both of Locustdale, was struck by
a fall of cool while working at tho Mer
rlara Colliery, this morning, aud fatally
A New Justice.
Washington, D. C, October 18. The
President bas appointed Stephen E.
Wilson, of Pennsylvania, to be Assistant
Justice of the Supreme Court of New
New Yokk, October 18. There were
209 failures In tbe Uulted States reported
to Bradstreet's during the week, against
213 In the preceding week, and 180, 111
aud icy lu tho corresponding weeks of
1883, 1883 and 1881, respective y.
RDian(t(i4 for a Week.
Liverpool, October 1 8. Onda Uowa
ncer, the Uuugariau arrested on the ar
rival ot the steamer Lord Give, from
Philadelphia, Pa., on Wednesday last,
having thirty packages of dynamite In
his luggage, bud a hearing to-day, and
was remanded for one week.
Washington, D. C, Octeber 18. Ad
jutant-Geoeral Drum and Colonel T. F
Barr will leave Washington this evening
for Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to make tho
semi-annual Inspection ot the Military
Prison at tbat post. Maior-Geaer al Sco
field will accompany them from Chicago.
An Inoondmry Fire,
Kasto.v, Pa., October 18. An Incendi
ary fire this morning destroyed Stocker
& Co.'s saw mill; Bernard, Coyle & Son's
Ice-house; a stable, and Taylor & Co.'s
More, saw-mill and Ice-bouse. Stocker's
loss, 815,000; insurance, 82,000. Coylo
& Son's, 83,000, with insurance at
Cincinnati, O., October 18. J. B.
Hoffman, sentenced to be banged next
Friday for the murder of tils wife, bas
been respited by Governor Hoadly until
December 10th. to enable a full cxamloa
tlon by experts to be made as to bis
New Zesue of Bonds.
Nkw Yohk, October 18. The Ontario
Western Railroad Company bas Issued
81,500,000 thirty-year six percent, bonds.
Two millions is to go toward retiring
preferred stock, and the rest will be nsed
to take up tbo floating debt and provide
for necessary Improvement. The earn
ings ot tbe road are increasing.
Oram and Provision.
SATCBDAV, OCTOUEll IS, 184,
OiTTOM Stead rs invMiuiir. tHiilOyo.
Ki-at'R StiHly: XXX to cDowo, ti.lO 1.25;
ut-Uiwi No. t Bed, 7G43',Tc;
No. 3 Red. Hh-'iAnio.
Cons Lowi-r; No. S mixed, 47&4tt!c;
No. 1 will to mixed. h.i'ii.'Ae.
Uats Low vr : .So. U.Vjti-'Co.
UYit-liull: No. 'i. Mi-.Wa.
Tobacco firm: lux; common to choice
fUJOltl.tfj; kut; common red loaf, ITJtOj
1U.IW: medium to irooil f'J.t217.uQ.
Hat I'rniri I'J.SO'ilu.tw lor prime to choice
new; clover mixed. K.uwWoO toroomtnou in
prime: prime new UiuotUy, 10.ltofcU.W; tan
Kuttsk steady: cholceto taney eresunery
2.rt.!oc: dairy, etioico to lauuy, &i&24c; low
Kims r'irui; froth stock, Hill SO Per
Potatok! Weak; common to fulr, Ziic;
choice to faury, MdSMs.
Pons Uiwer: new mom, fl'l.PO&ia.W,.
Lard Quiet; prime stenm. 7S".T'ie.
Macon Loug-a. Ho; thorn, ll sulll-ic; clear
ribs. 1J SiHfrl I all (nicked.
Wool. Tuo-wahod. choice, ?Jo: fulr,
27o; dtngy and low Sic. Unwashed Choice
medium. iM-'.'lc; irooj average me
dium 142I9L-: suleoMMl litrlit HnelTtfUo: (rood
averago, 10 & I To ; heavy Hiltio: combinir. '
mood, Mii'A tir. ou nit) in i. low arali-a. I0i&l"o.
Hikks Wither and ttrm; dry Hint, IrtSc;
damaged, ll-.c; bulla or Stags Unit IDo,
suited, c; (flue stock. Sc. Oretin salteJ, 9c;
dummied, 7o; voul calf skins, 114c; bulls or
stiiif a, tic; g-roen uuuured, T'iiT'jci damnifoJ,
Ci'ie; gluu, iie.
Sit kki HsLrs Wck; RTion, .V)fi3; dry
do, 4'kS.Vio., m to amount arU quality ot wool;
Krct-i) sbeai'luitf'4, l!y?Uc.
Wiikat l-owor; No. 3 Red. October, c;
November, M o; Uecamber, SSte; January,
Who; February, tXlc; May, S.Vic.
Cons Lower; Uutobur, 67c; Novcrubor,
55140; lieeomtKir, Mie; January,
Uats Firmer; (iciober, 51 'tu; Novombor,
UlHc; December, 81 Ho.
Whfat llitfh'jr; (ictober, 7'tc; Novem
lT, 7!'tc; December. 7J'c; January,
'iiili((t7il'o; May, 1 4C.
Cons Lower; October, 4Sc; November,
47o; year, 40V; .Iaimry,S7 W! May. SM'ie.
Oats Wo.iker; October, a.Ve; November,
Z't'iv, December, Uilc; year, liOSio; May,
I'ornt Stf-adv; Oelober. tlfl.uii; year,
fll.;A; Jiiiiuiiry.Sll.iii; Kelinmry, IH.ti'i.
Laud Weaker; (lolober, ".IU; November,
$7.i0'4; lii'CHinl'vr, SJ7.uO; January, $7.10;
Wiioiir 1 i us tHitobcr, f'J.50; Novumbcr,
IV.L'U; Jamiury, $'1.1
I.'vj toec MtrUiti.
CATTr.a HpcoImM, l,ifi; Btiomrer; cxporU,
Jil..r07.00; kooJ to choice, ). ilo; com
iiKin to fair, 4.iitii."i.rj.
Hiikkp Itcci'lpts, 1,100; (teiidy; infurlor to
goo 1. W.do.
HoOS-HeeelpM, n,Ml; lowert lltftit, tl.40i
6.1U; roush pnoklutr, 4..rn ..t.u J.
Catti.k Muiket iiulul; trood yiadus In do
HiiaitP Kalrilomandi o munoti to fair t.V'l
A.tH; (tuod to t'hoioe, S4A4.X; WftHteru
lamlM, .l.il'.ffil.W; ('lunula liimlx. Sl.TMAt.U).
Moos Market sternly und fair demand;
Kood to eboluo Vot kern, 1 1 ,VW.4ii; hirht do
(riiK((A,20; trood medium, t'i.myM; pigs,
f 4.MKiiA; all fold.
Cattlh KkhiIis, I.KOO; (rood natives
steady; ranirers mora active; prices uu
clianiruil. Hi mix It'celpls, 4,1011; nponod steady but
r lowed Ifiwer; lots of 'Hi to SM pounds aver
nim, 4.B'.nA.lft) mainly, 4.7(K2M.W.
HllKKl1 Keniil)M, ft. fair to (food,
SS6; common to medium, lt,.Ub.
Money and Stoolt Mirket.
Nkw Yohk, OoUibw M Monny ItM mr
pent,; bar silver, W. Tliora was a fuithnr
decline tn tho stock mnrkut, and tho prions
made were, the lowest for a lonir ttmo pt.
Luke Shore sold down in mX t New York Ixiv
trul to SSi lAokairanna to UKii Panttlo
AUH to wt. una union mniu i oh. a
rift there wit a Milit waliy. Coupon
MaH to mn. and L'nloa rMHllo t ) 68. A mtd
A change, of ollicial rel ttious aud resi
dence and a sense of obligation make it
proper for mo to ssy, that, for tho liberality
and kindnes shown me by tho press of
Cairo, I, with my family, feel very grate
ful. The daily visitations of.tho Argus
and Bclleti.n to our household bsvo been
highly enjoyed and duly appreciated. The
proprietors and editors will please accept
our sinccrn thinks.
It is with greit pleasure that I alto noto
and acknowledge tho uniform courtesy and
fraternity that I have enjoyed from the
ministers Mid members of other churches,
as well as tho friendship an 1 generosity of
tho community generally. Tho five yeftrs
of my niinifcterinl life spent in flloial rela
tions with the people of this city have been
marked with occurences most interesting
and thrilling. The memories of these are
tender, precious and some of them ' very
sacred. A I goto work in other fields I
do not, cannot say a find farewell; in sym
pathy and solicitude, I must remain here
ai no where eUe on earth are my interests
and effections concentrated.
But while my fraternal relations continue
the otficial relations have ceased. The pas
torate, wilh all that appertains to that
sucrtd and important relation belongs to
It is not only a duty but equally a pleas
ure to me, to commend to all my able and
worthy successor. I feel suro you do re
ceive him gladly at once on his excellent
record for his work's sske and when you
come to know him and his family as I do
you will Dud it eany to esteem them highly
for their own sakes as well. To the many
whom I cannot see personally I lcavo a
kindly good-bye. J. A. Scakrht,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 18th, 1884.
Argument of "The Romany
The plot re&ts upon the story of two
brothers, Rnyston by name, who have nude
imprudent marriages. One married
handsome gypsy girl, w ho I or good cause,
leves him, carrying her child back with
her to htr gypey tribe. This child after
ward becomes Jack Heme, tho personifi
cation of the ' Rirruny Rye." Mother and
child are sup;)09od to be dead, however,
an l the father mirrits ain and locvts a
son, Philip; heir to the estate. The other
aged Riyston, .Tick's and Philip uncle
has secretly tnirried tome obs:urj creaj
ture, who dies and leaves an orphan behind
ber in the' care of her grandfather, a dil'.et
tante bird-fancier, whose shop in that quar
ter of London known as Little Queer street
St. Giles. This is the state of affairs when
tbe curtain rises. Early in the action it
is learned that Jack is in love with Gertie;
that Philip has discovered tbat Gertie is
unknown to herself, the heir-in-law to his
uncle, her father's estate, into possession of
which he has come, and that he proposes
to marry Gertie to make cood bis title; that
Jack, aware of his own identity, is fond of
his gypsy life and does not propose to de
clare h imsclf or claim bis estate unless
Philip's rascality shall become too pro
nounced, and the play itself tills of
Philip's pursuit of Gertie in aud through
the most thrilling dramatic situations.
For the cure of pain St. Jacobs Oil hits
no equal. Pi ire 50 cents a bottle.
OP TIIE RIVER.
by the gaui;c nt this
in. yesterday, 18 feet 1
port, nt 2:12 p,
inches. Fall during previous
four hours, 0 foot I inches.
Chattanoosa, Oct. 19. River 0 feet S
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. IS. River 4 feet 8
inche and fulling.
Louisville, Oct. 18. Hirer 3 feet 5
inches and rising.
Nashville, Oc. 18. River 0 ft 0 inch
es and falling,
Tittsburg, Oct. 18. River 0 foot 8 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Oct. 18. River 10 ft 4 inch
The Pearl from tho lower Mississippi ar
rived litre last night and will depart fur
Buy City this morning, where she will get
n tow of rock for Pium Point.
Mr. James Martin, formerly mate of the
Pearl, left hero lust night for Littlo Ruck
tojiin tho governmcut snagbo'it, Hew, in
The Success was circulating uruuml in
tho harboT yesterday but ns to her destina
tion after leaving hero we have not been
The D:g Holona under tho Anchor Line
administration left St. LuiU for Now Or
leans last night uud is duo hero to-in jrrow
The Iludrvit from Paducah pissed up
for St. L mis last night. Shu had u good
Tho Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up last night for St. Louis.
riteve McBride is at homo agin on a
''The truth is masquerade" it Dvrno'i
icim lur a Ho. But it is tho truth, anil no
ninqut.'!'H(li', that Dr. Bull's CVugb Syrup
cures cuuijhs and colds, aud so prevents
wurso evils, that may cad in death. No
euro so speedy.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA Cl.AKKSON, Agent.
iicxt Alexander Co. Hunk, HthSt
tr(lood Stock and Prices Ktonable.w
Af . B. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
OA iUO. - - ILL
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
8ih Street, between Cota'l Ave. uud Lcvoc.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCMTION.
Hufei lic.ottred. All Hindu ol Keys Made.
CAIKO, II LIN'OIS,
KLOWiRAlX AND HAV
iicriMHt Cuih Frlrp Paid tor Wlcat.
Cnre, Sot a Liq
Sir into ooftlrliD Give It a Trial. 50 cuu at
rurglstf. 6n cent by mall n-plftert-d. Sund
lor cirrii'ar. Simple by m!l 10 ci-nte.
ELY BROTliEKS, Urucclits, Owego, N- Y.
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tlie FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. plave. Capacity call. Trice.
These tanks are made or CLEAR CYPHKHS. V.
1nrht- thlt-k, secutcly booDod and are WATKK
TIOHT. They are
Shippeil wholoaiid ttre well hrafetl
to previ-iit their bt-lng rack' d or broken In hand
ling. KBtiumtci furnlrbed for
Tanks of any Kino.
A.. UIQGrS & UltOf?.,
217 Dolord St.. New Orleans. La.
617 St Charlas St.. ST. LOUIS, M0.
A r(rnlr Ornrltisto oi two m"1lr1
collcgi-i. bin been Iiiiikpi nnraneJ in tb trfml
niPiitof t hroiilc, Norvmi, (SUiii finl
Jiloo.l Dlaeati-i than any otlirr physician In
Louis, aicliypapprtthow und nil ild ri'l
df mi know. ComuitHtlun t office orbY n.sil,
rrcesnd Innted. A friendly tulk or lil opinion
costs nocblnic. When It 1 Inconvenient to vlilt
tliecltjr for trcatiuenk medicines can be sent
Djrniallorexprn. evervwheie. i.'urable eases
(ruarauteed: where duubt cxt.Ult U I'ruuklr
stated. Call or Write,
Herronn Prostration, DcM.ity. Mental and
rhyilcal Weakness, Mercailal ajjil oh
aflectlons tt Threat. Skin ani Bonel, tilood
Impurltlss and Blond Polsnnlwr, A flee
tlnn, Old Hnres ami fleers. Impediments to
Marriage, Bheumatlsm, Piles. Special
tent Ion to eases from over-worked l-taln.
RlBOirALfASBSrefelfa special attention.
Dlseasee arising from Imprndeneet , Kiressei,
Indulgences or Eiposurei,
It Is self.evldsnt that a phvsUMairrsvlnif
particular attention fu a cliio'r rasi'k attains
Kreat skill, and physicians In retrular prat-llro
all over tho country knowing this, freii lentlf
roeoiiiiiienilmsiis to thn oMest olllt-e ll Aitn-rl
ca, where erery known niipiiane Is temrti-e
to. Slid the provn.l itootl reuneilln of all
axes and rouutrleiai ti used, A whole house I
I'folhce purno.es, and all are treated svlth
skill In a reipccUul iimuucri anil, know.n
what todo, no experiments are nntile, (hi i.c
cnunt of the vreat iinniln-r nplvliir. the
charnes are kept ow, ollen lowt-r thnu is !o
Uiauilrd by ot'iers. If you secure the ski I I nit
getaspeedj-and pertei'l life cure, that s ;lin
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ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE,
TUE CITY NATIOiN AL RANK.
Of t.'alro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
4 General Banking Business
TIIOS, W. HALMUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TH OS. W. HALL1UAY,
Unumci'cial Avenue aud Eighth Street
K, UIMISS, President. I P. NKFr", Vice Vres'nt
H. WKLL3, Cusbiur. T. J. Kerth, Aae't caeh
. Eros Cairo I William KIiIkd. .t uiro
reierNcft " William Wolf.... "
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A uKKKAti BANKING BCSINKHS lKiNH.
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llie S.vtngs Department. Collections made nd
all haetnues promptly attended tc.
J)l. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial ive., Call , ill.
VAPOR. ELECTRO-VAI'OJi so MKD1CATKD
A lady In attendance.
Y M. 1JAHUELL, M. I).
OFFICE-Kast Side Commercial, below 8th St.
f)K. E. W. WU1TLOCK,
orrtct No. lftB Commercial Avenae. btitween
eh'h and Ninth Htreau
0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICK-Clty Drug Sioro, Carboudalo, III.
o g tf
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UEOIIUK JOUEb, Clerk.
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3:40 p.m. Cincinnati Kx press.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Loulevllk 9:55
a. m. i Indianapolis 4:i a. m. Passenger by
this train reach the above points ili to 3u
UOUKS tn advance of any other route.
t'iTThe 8:5 a. m. exproes has PULLMAN
SOhEPIMt CAIt from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, aud through elecpurs to St. Loilr
Fast Time Kant.
1'A liCPlI (Tni'sJ b tn" "ne 'hrough to East.
aa-lCll iO era pints without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after,
loon train fiotu Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:. Thirty-six hours in advanceot
dt other route,
I WVur through tickets and further Information
i'ir at Ulluolt Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONK8.Tlc.aot Agent,
i. II. UANSON. Quo. Pas. Agent. Chicago
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Tjuder tie
Law of 1883.
cory right secured.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Minna! Aid So
ciety, o-uanizci! July 4th, 1877, undor
tho laws of 1UT2.
JOHN IT. KOI1INSO.N President
WM. 8T liATT N Vice PrtKldent
J. A. (JOLI)HTINB .Treasurer
C. W. I)0NIU.... Medical Advisor
THOMAS LEWIS Sccretar
BOARD OP DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Win, Stralton, Btrntton Illrd. i-roters, Cairo, 111.
J. A.(oldtln,ollJolillliie & Unsi-n water, whole
sale anil n-tml dry (od;C. W. Uunntng, M. U.;
Prea. Hd. Med V.x., for renalons; Albert Lowls,
commission merchant: J. II Kohlnson, county
Indue an" notary public t Wm. i Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance airent; K. II. llatrd, city
street supervisor; M. 1 ' h . 1 1 1 1 ss . carpi nter and bulla
cr; Thomas Lewis, atloniey anil sucri-tnrv ; K. V.
Plerce,attorney l-lnw, lliittioin Ill.tK.C. Paca
cashier of Centennial lliini, Ashler, III.) Albert
llayden. cashier of Oeorge Connelly A Co., Nprlng
Ueld.lll ll, M Miinn, attorney-nt-law, 160 Kan
dolih street, Clilcngn; Hon. Koht, A. Uatchor, at-tornev-at-law,
Charlestou, Mo. ll. Lelghton
cashiiir First National Hank. Stuart. Iowa.
Htatb or Ii.LtNina
I Circuit Court of said
j ss t'oiiuty. ia C'haa
Otis A. (Mliorn, l iinillne K. Osluirn, Adalina Poor
lieorgu A. Poor, Altlilra l'our and Kvan Poor,
John Widf. Ilenrv Wolf, Mia Wolf wlfo ci Henry
Wolf, Fanny Shrlver, ..lelTereon Shrlver,
l.oiilsu Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett,
aud Ellta Flelier,
11111 In Chancery fur Partition.
PhIiIIb Nntlee Is hereliy given thut. in ptirsitanca
of a decre made and entered by salt! court in th
above entitled cause, on the IHlli day of Hepl,, A. 1).
IHrt-l, I, Alexander II, Irvln, Maeter In Chancery lot
i... ..i it ....... ... . .. I L . - in .. '
iivv.im.. t.i .uu i-uuuiy, ski, uu
TIIK ttml DAY OP OCTOIIKK, Wl,
at the hotif of 11 o'clock In llm forenoon, at. tha
soiithwesterly door of llm court house, In lb city of
Cairo, county of Alexander ami slate of llllnnlH, sell
at public auction, to the holiest arid beet
bidder for cash, all ami ntlar,
the following descrllM.il preniles ami real estate
In said decree menilimed, altimte In the f irst
addition to the cllr of Cairo, In I h ennty of Alex,
ander ami state of Illinois, or so much thereof at
almll lie ulllcleiit to satisfy said iIhtho, t-viltt
Lots niimlHired three and four (4), in block Hum
bril forty-eight (IHI. ....
lialed Cairo, 1.1, r,ep...b, m
Vivster In Cuuury.
Cleo, f lslier, ComilalnanU' Solicitor,