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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1872.
TIM B TAB LI Of THE ILUH0U CENTRAL . K.
On nd after Bo-day, ? "". 'J' ,h?
pg iirae-ubts will town the arrival and depart
Br of paMinger If ln at Cairo i
ifMell train. dally f2?M!!'
4rriw-.ll!!, dIly &
Et peees LOO p.m.
Cairo and Hi. liouli Bliort Llae.
Arrive....... m....-8:4S p.rn.
Darari. ..... 12:30 a.m.
No change of errr from Cairo to Bt. Louis. No
ehange ers Irom Cairo to Chicago. Kleenl
awlnj Room sleeping can on night trams,
aggag cheeked to all important dlnte.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will maka three trlpi dally.
ii.vixq catao I uttvisa not m citt
At 7.....-- ......a.m. I At :JO... a.m.
At 11... ........-a.m. At li30 p m,
At t-30 ............. -p.m. At C . i. in,
rTV fiavu WJ lent, v iimrw ....
Will lane, whan hailed, at any good Intermediate
anaingior passengers or ireigni. mmiu.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Ben. IIoward Capt.
aea Cslro DULY, (-J.in.Uyi excepted) ;14
Mi. For (relghtor pssga apply,?" 0r?,,r
janStf JA3 BIO,3, Ag'l.
DR. J. G. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. Mctlaulej'a drug (tore,
near corner Coumerclel avenue and Eigb
teenth street. 3-31 tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. 21 Tliirteenlh atrect, be
tween Washirigloii avenue and Walnut street.
Ufllce 12 i Commercial avenue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TESIUENCK cornerNlnth and Walnut ata,
fVOrhee comer sixth street and Wlilo levee.
Office houra from ( a.m. to 1. m., and p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner NlneUenth atreet and
Washington avenue, near court house. Of
bee over the postotbee. Office hours 10 to 12
a.m. ami 2 to 4 p.m. tanlCtf.
Our Homo Advertisements.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
COMMERCIAL A V K.SUE,
Has returned from the East, having
purchased th largest stock ol
Ever brought to this msrket.
He haaa lull line of
DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS,
HOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES, '
IRISH POPLINS, feILK PLAIDS,
Ail sorts ot
Summer Dress Goods.
Also a full assortment of
ladies' and children's
SIIOKS AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kinds and Prices.
At No. 84 Ohio Lr.vr.r..
A largo ami complete stock of
Kresh ar.d New, Cheaper than the Cheipest,
mill better than the best,
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
WaaHixoroa AuM'i, Cos. 7iu Sraarr,
Keep n hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' und Children's Gaiters nnd
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which they mil nt tlio
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are al.o prepared tu .imply L.dies and
Gentlemen with the HKiT OK HllOt WUKIL at
figures that defy competition. Miff
There vtlll he a regular communication ef
n.ll. I.nl. Mn. .IMA. P. A A. It., this
(Thursday) evening, for work in the E.
A. degree. Visiting brethren cordially
By order of W. M.
J. A. I'UILLtS, Secretary
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S,
THIS HOUSE IN VEWLY FITTED UP WITH
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to supply customer with the boat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
rvRDKIH left at Halllday llros. office, TO OUIO
Vj LEVKK, or at the Coal Tard Mow the St.
Cnarlae Haul, will receive prompt alteoiloo.
THETUCJ 'MONTAl'K,rwilllrlnK coal along
aide s learners at anr hour. ocIMf
Under and rr virtue o( an order and decree nl
the Circuit Court of Alexander county, lllinola,
made on the petition of the undersigned, admin
istrator cum fenfitnuiito annuo of tne estate of
Jacob CauMe, deceased, for leave to aell the real
elate nf aald deceased, at the April Term, A. D.
187'.', of aald conrt, I shall,
ON MONDAY THE lit DAT Of JULY, A D 1872
between the hours ol 10 o'clock a. m. and 6
o'clock p. in., of mid day, sell at public sale, at
the couit house door In the cltv of Cairo, Alex
ander county, Illinois, the following Cecrlbd
real entale, to-witt
rllxt)-seven and 40.100 (7 40-100 aores off Iho
west aide of the west half nl the norlh-wel quarter
ol section one(l), township fourteen (14), south
range two (2) west ot the third O) principle me
ridian, situated In Alexander county, Illinois.
Twenty and 60-100 WVMOU acres nlltheessl ide
of the east half ol the north eastquarler of section
two 12, township fourteen (14, ninth range two
a, west of the third 3 principle meridian, situ
ated tn Alexander cmtnty.Illinois, end thesonlh
east quarter of the eouih east quarter of eec
Hon thirty-five (33 , township thirteen lit, south
rangn two l west of the third (3 principle me.
ridian, containing forty 10 ncres, eituated In
The pavmcnts lo he made ai follows, vis :
one-third cash in hand, the balance in six months
from the date of sale, secured bjr noic nnd tale
tnorlgsgeon the premises sold.
' MUSKS HUIHON.
AdmlnNtrator Mm ffjfamrnM nnnero of the estate
of Jacob C.iulile, deceased.
May liilli, Wl.
Green A llillerl, Alt'ys. fi-lt'dfiw
feWOODI WOOD I ! WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Ch,li a! ckewp.i-
kta Mr wood dealer In C.lro. Leave ordera
ta alaiM at the Hostomeeaaa at oss' coal
MsJ.ra CoBcial venue, Uvws.a Tsmh and
tMlMt WiyW, Cairo. Ilhuols. g0
MtittM aad wil cord thi. wood up if ossired. l
4MUIQ-4I DEK Ms HALBt
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
TUB BALOON 19 STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
AUK COMPOUNDED IN HIE
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
10-COME and see for your
They keep on hand a tine itock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and evening
A-T 3STH5TH O'OLOOK,
At which All are Invited to parUk
FREE OF CHARGE.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, between 'Wiulilngton
nnd commercial Avenues,
Is receiving daily new Invoices of
Ol ewry description, and at Paicss ts sen ins
THE LATEST STYLES OK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACKS OF ALL KINDS,
JJUJjIjY V AKIJCirv ULUVt-S,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES.
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept in a
rirst ciass .Millinery and Trimmings etoie. lo
i.e sold at the very lowest Ogure.
TCall and see her. No tr.iuhle tu show
The beat place In town to buy your
aboci l at Black'i City Shoo Store, corno-
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo.
Ask for the BroLAski Sliop-nmdo, and
you aro warranted n good pair at ft low
price. Ho li almost giving away Knatcrn
undo boot and iboci, but ho can't war
rant them. 2t.
DOLLEY VARDKN ICE CREAM.
DELIOnTFUL, DKL1CATK, KXKLLKNT, VA-
At Gcorgo Renlng's Ico Cream and Con
fectionary Saloon, between Seventeenth
nnd Eighteenth StrocU, Commcrclnl
George U not only an elegant, pleasing
and amusing barber and tasty lmlr cutler,
but nlso a shinlng'atar In the Ico Cream
and Confectionary lino. His luxurious
Strawborrlcs will euro rhouinatlitm within
twenty-four hours, and his Lemonudo will
cool down tlio hotlost Grant man in the
country. Ills Clears nro dollcloiu, pure
Havana nnd branded H. G., which stands
for Horace Greeley.
Go all and patronize Gcorgo. 6-1 8 It
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
V. D. KEXrORI) Proprietor
Cob. Ohio Levee & Second St.,
Ilaggnge conveyed to and from the Depot free
ol charge. dec9-tf'
M. liUKNS, proprietor of the Mechanics
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho is now kooplng a first-class hotol
and boarding houso for tlio accommoda
tion of rcgulur boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred poople ; his tnblo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in the house that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 m
The Arlington Garden, a delightful
place, of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents lmvo been spread on tlio green
swurd, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and ludics and gentlomen may
onjoy tho finest of Ico cream and the cool
est of lemonade, freo from the public gazo.
T. H. Ellis, Prop'r.
-Win. Khlcrs, ut his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court Iloue hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
style and variety, warranted to give per
fectsatlsfuction. Hekeeps genuino French
calf and gives his customers nil hu prom
Thy Welch's London Confection
ery, cornar Commercial avenue and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo nnd
Lemon Cakes, Pios, Tarts and Hlano
Mange, Jellies, &c, bupper parties and
picnics supplied attli- lowest prices.
Having rcfurnishod this woll known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
streot, near tho post ofllen, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that blio
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havo
been made to accommodate an unlimitod
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. ' Mas. T. N. Oaitney.
On and aftor this day, May lUth, I will
pay a reward of twenty-five cents each,
for all dogs found running at large, on
which the taxes have not been paid, said
dogs to bo delivered to me at tho dog
pound, on the corner ur Ohio lovcu and
Tenth street, old city pump.
5-lG2w Andkew Cain, City Marshal.
Caiuo, III., May 1G, 1872.
Wo, the undersigned barbers, In the
city of Cairo hereby mutually agree and
pled go ourselves that on and avteii Sun
day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Bahiieh Shops closed on Sunday
DUllINU THE ENTIRE DAY, and Will not
do any harboring business of whatove
kind or description on that day.
F. Theobold, Gcorgo Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Munroo
A- Kjchbach, C. Alba,
G Roinnir.g, R. LeflVI,
II. Schick, Quit. Hein,
J. Geo. Stolnhouse, F. Silehur.
m. Schick, Robert Ucdford,
Go to Wm. Khlor'a, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
If you want tba best board in the
city call at tba Court Houjo Hotel.
Pssblleatlon OHce, Bnllrtlss Balldlsia;,'
SiiKtirr InviN it nu onthuilaatlo Grno
Hon. John M. Cbkiis will accept our
thanks for publlo documents.
The aiiscondi.no contractor, Davis
leaves Louis Jorgonson "out" $400.
Col. Hudson is putting up a handsome
privoto rcsldonco on tho cornor of Sixth
nnd Walnut streets.
Pat F itzgornld, of tho sample room
has rccoivod tho appointment of agent for
the solo of tho Haminomlsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which we lutvu been
favored is n samplo of the quality of
theso wines, then wo arc prepared tu say
that they nro among the best wc havo over
tasted. Ho has Just received a large con
signment, which hu Is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
Urgo and completo stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of overy variety.
So many now business and dwelling
houses aro being built in Cairo thlssptlng,
wo can scarcely keep up with them.
The Rkv. D. B. Turney wants to bo
stato superintendent of public Instruction.
u. li. will scarcely do.
Excellent Weiss bcor at the Thalia.
Memphis Is counting its Smiths, Browns
nu JoncsoK, How many have wo?
Hero is a field for an onlcrprislng Cairo-
Who can resist the oitkr. The
Continental Life Insurance Company of
New York Issuo Life Policies for $1,000
on any age between 15 nnd 24, for C cents
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gcn'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
5-121 m. Cairo.
Kxtraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukee Bock
Beer drawn from tho samo keg nt the
Thalia saloon opposite The Bulletin
office. Milk punches cobblers nnd mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
THE LITTLE KKNTUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio lovoe, is the place whero
they keep tho frcshet fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors nnd cigurs, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty-
five cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. h. Park, Proprietor.
Mr. R. P. Robbins is tho agent for the
Protection Life Insurance Company, of
Chicago, in this city. In these days when
it is looked upon as ono of the christian du
ties of man to insure his life, thus securing
to his family in the ovent of his death, the
necessaries and comforts of life
it is a mutter of imnor-
tanco to select a company which
is at once safe and economical. The Pro
tection Life Insuranco Company is such a
one. It is instituted on the mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which lives may
bo insured nt an expupfo so small as
scarcely to bo felt. A membership fee for
a policy limited to $'.',500 is 14 00, or
for a policy of $5,000 $20.00, and the an
nual dues aro on tho first $4 00 and on
tho lust $5 00. For full particulars, nppli
cation should bo mudo to Mr. Robbins.
MOUNT) C1TV EXCURSION.
, Tho steamers Kckcrt, Tyrone and tug
Montauk will l.-ave the Cairo wharfhoat
on "Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock pre
cisely, to carry Liberal Republicans, Dem
ocrats, Indies, etc., to tho great Greeley nnd
Brown ratification meeting at Stokci' hall,
Mound City, Wednesday evening. Gov.
Palmer, Gen. Jones, Judgn Walton, Hon.
II. W. Wobb, Judge Allen, Oipt. Wm.
II. Hamilton mid others will address the
meeting. Brass and string bands will bo
on board. Come one, come nil ; men,
women and children, nnd have a regular
old lovo feast. Faro for tho round trip
wonty-fivo cents. 5-21d2t
T. B. Kill!", proprietor, corner 7th strcot
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared lo accommodnto the public with
board by tho day, week or month, nt lower
rates than nny other first-class house in
the city. Tho rooms are nil well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is located in tho edi
tor of tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office 4-9-tf
For all tho popular warm weather
bovorages, go to tho Thalia saloon, corner
of 12th htreet and Washington avenue.
Swan & Co.,
Oroldo and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, 4c
83 Ohio Levee,
4.231m. Cairo, Illinois.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass the city, to conlinuo
during tho summer months, Nono but
pure northern lako ico will bo deiivored.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Last Call. I wi'l commctico tho pub
licatlon of the delinquent list of statu and
county and city tuxes tho 25th, Inst. After
that date costs will bo charged.
Alex. H. Ihvi.v,
dtd. Sheriff and Collector.
Try the Kxcelsior. Thote who In
dulgo themsolves in luxuries such ns St.
Louis Lager Boor, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened wlth'flnost'plano music, should
call on Fred, Blatikenbnrg.s. He has tho
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in the
west. He hu also a flno billiard table for
the use of hts guesU and'his cigars cannot
be excelled. t-lOdlm
On Tuesday night, nt 11 o'clock, a man
fell out of a second story window of tho
Mechanic's boarding house, fracturing his
spinal column and otherwise injuring
Locusts havo appcarod in dilfuront
parts of the county, and settled In great
numbers on tho tree tops.
"We are Coming, father Horace."
Tho latest is tho boy baby of Mr. Alfred
Comings, who, In tho mixed joy ol being a
Liberal and the father ol u bran now baby,
named tho infant Horace Greelcv at once.
Best Woiss beer at the Thalia.
The nuptials of Berry Hodge, Jr.,
and Miss Allco Cutting on Wednesday
last, wcro largely attended by citizens of
Metropolis, Puducah and Culro. Ample
preparations wore made for tho comfort
nnd enjoyment of the guests. Transpar
encies gleamed from every window, and
all over the graveled walks ; u table of a
hundred feet In length filled an open
space near tho premises, and tho delighted
guests were not only regaled by all tho
delicacies of the seuioli, but by tho odor of
a thousand flowers that bloomed lu
silent loveliness in tho parterre. To say
that all enjoyed themselves would feebly
express our sense of the happy occasion
al! were delighted, from tho ncwly-mar
rled to tho humblest guest j and good na
ture, affability nnd wclcomo was pictured
upon tho features of the immediate rcla
tlves of tho happy couple. Masnae Jour
THE ARMY WORM.
ITS depredations in the county.
Sheriff Irvin, who roturnod lo tho city
on Tuesday evening from a trip to the
country, gives us sumo interesting infor
mation relative to the grain crop of Alex
under county. A few weeks ugo, tho pros
pects wero thought to bo more than usu
ally tine, but tho army worm has inudu its
appenranco in some sections and is doing
Incalculable injury. Mr. Thomas J. Mc
Clure, of Clear Creek Precinct, estimates
the loss which ho will sustain in wheat
and other grain, at from $3,500 to $4,000'
Mr. John Cruig, also a farmer of Clear
Creek, will suffer a 'largo loss. One of Mr.
Craig's fields, a very large one, Is planted
half In wheat and half in corn. Tho
wheat is almost entirely destroyed, but
Mr. Craig propoes to ditch between tho
wheat and corn, to savo tho latter If possi
ble. If the worm docs infest tlio corn it is
still early enough to replant it, but tho
wiieat can be saved In no way.
Mr. John Clancy, the othor day, by
permission of tho owner, bought u dog
from tho dog pound. -Mr. Clancy paid
the taxes and costs on tho dog, and cur -riud
his purchaso homo. For snfo keeping
Ills new owner shut him up in a room in
the house, Alas, for ciiuiiio gratitudo I
tho redeemed animal, panting for dan
gerous froodom, and without a thought of
what was propor under the circumstances,
went through ono of tho windows of the
room, leaving behind only tho broken sash
nnd shattered glass to tell tho tale. Tho
expenses of tho purchaso aro thus calcula
ted by Mr. Clancy.
Profit nnd loss to 1 dog $ 1 75
" 1 new window.... 10 00
Total $11 75
Tho above item was kindly furnished
us by a gentleman who is particularly do
airous that his naino should not be men
tioned. Wo will only say that his hair is
a bright auburn, and ho usually alts at tho
clerk's desk during tho meetings of tho
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
Tho Methodist society will hold a Festi
val on Friday evening, May 21th, in tho
building formerly occupied by R.J. Cun
diir, curner of Sixth atreet anil Commercial
avonuo. Tho hall is boing thoroughly
ronovatcd, and will bo appropriately deco
rated. Strawberries, ico cream, cake, lem
onade, flowers, etc., will bo among tho
attractions of tho occasion. Let all attend
and mako it a pleasant occasion ns woll as
a success for the church. 6-22d.1t.
Up with the times. Samuel Wal
ters, our energotlc lumber merchant, has
gone on a visit to tho pineries of Michi
gan and Wisconsin. These uro, without
exception, tho greatest lumber regions in
tho world. It is wonderful the amount
of lumber that is cut and shipped from
thoroeach year to every civilized port of
tho globe, and yut tlio supply seems inox
huitstablo. "Walters proposes purchasing
during his trip, enough whlto
pine lumbor to aupply tho
whole southern country, which will
will bo sold at a close figure. Ho has just
received and unloaded nt his yard one
hundred thoutand feet ol yellow Pino floor
ing, which is only a commencement. This,
with overy othor description of hard and
soft lumber Is for sale at his yard on Cora-
mcrcial avenue, Cor. Tenth atreot. It must
be sold immediately to make room for new
mo muddy coal.
SloamboaU auppllcd at any time, both
day nnd night, with cither lump or chest-
nut coal, in any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts o flu red on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Oer.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
Steamer City of Chcslor, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evnnsvillo.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
11 Kddyville, Nashville.
11 Coal Hill, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
, " Jim Flsk, Jr., Tnducah.
Steamer City of Clicstor, Memphis.
11 Quickstep, Evanivillo.
" Atlantic, Now Orleans.
Coal Hill, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
11 Jim Fisk, Jr., Taducab.
1IOATS TO LEAVE.
The noble steamer, R. E. Leo, leaves for
Now Orleans and way points on Friday,
Tho now steamer, Thompson Dean, will
leave for New Orleans this evening at 6
o'clock. Sho Is safe and speedy.
Tho favorite Idlewild Is thn regular
Evansville packet leuvlug this evening.
The last (rand Tower is tho regular
Memphis boat, and will leave positively
Tho Culotado will bo up for St. Louis
The Jim Fiik leaves dally for Paduah.
CONDITION OF THE BIVEHS.
Here the river hus risen IS Inches dur
ing tho past 21 hours, and tho greatest
portion of the rieo Is backed up by tho
Water out of tho Mississippi. Tho riao in
the Ohio above here continues. At Louis
ville there is Cj feet wator in tho canal
and the river steadily rising. Cumber
land river is again on 11 stand with threv
feet on Hurpcth Shoals. The Motiongc
hala river at Pittsburg is stationary. Tho
Arkansas river is falling at Littlo Rock
after having douu considerable damage
throughout tho country.
Tho Mississippi whs stationary at St
Louis, and it is probably 011 the declino
Ill'elNKhS AND WEATHER.
There was a look of dullness on tho
levee, and nothing of special mention hap
pcued during the day. Freights are still
scarce and in demand.
Tho weather was rainy and cool during
the best portion of tho day.
Tho Tyrone raised steam and went to
Mound City to havo something done to
her hull. Sho returned to this port last
Tho Kate Kinney at last concluded to
reship her trip on tho Loo, and ayusterday
a largo force of men wero busily engaged
transfering the cargo.
Mr. II. Warmer, engineor of tha ferry
boat, Cairo, is at present confined to his
room by n suvero spell of sickness.
Tho Eddyville catnu In from Nashville
bringing a fair cargo. Her officers reported
heavy rains up Cumberland river and that
Thu City of Chester has been supplied
with a gilded anchor und it gives her a
The Coal Hill came In light from St.
Louis and Tolurnod with a tow of coal.
Tho Quickstep catnu down with a light
trip. Sho received tho Ohio river freight
brought up by the Hob Leo.
A party of miuculur young men daily
practice the art of rowing in tho harbor
und expect soon to challengo tlio Blglin
Vlty .N'nllonitl Itaiik Uallillui.-.
sxpechl attention paid to orders lrom .(rain
nkU nlstit or ilar.
Go to thu Thalia for thu best Weiss
beer in town. 5-21dtf
Weiss beer constantly on hand at the
Thulia saloon. 5-2ldtf
KsUteoj Mitchell Las.re, deceased.
mTnl?iri0ri. fKn.ii h!ln bMn appoint
Fataof ?h.?n?,l,lJSf Ifuu ?r Mliehell Laiare,
.iJLh,S0' n1,yf.'lxnd.r and .tsleol llll-
lime all persons having claims against aald eat da
aro notified and requested to attend for the pur
poe ol having the samo adjusted. All per.on
Indebted to said estate are requested to make im
inediatepavm.nl to the linderslf nn I,
I 'ated Oils 7th day of May, A. I) 1S71.
A-OOw. EMILY LAUaE, Administratrix,
Illinois Central R. R. Company.
Until further notice, a fruit express
train will bo run between Cairo nnd Chi
cngo, leaving Cairo at 10 a.m., daily, ex
cept Saturday. James Johnson,
Ice Cream has Lccomo tho institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup'a tho most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
It is not tho fashion to eat tho luxury any
whero else. It Is kept with .scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is permitted In
it. Mr. Suup has, also, always on har.d
fresh cakes of all kinds, candles, notions,
toys, &c, and desorves a continuation and
an Increaso of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 6-7dtf
MAY PARTY AT THE ST- CHARLES
A Social Parly will bo given at tho St.
Charles hotol on Friday evening noxt,
tindor tho auspices of tho young men of
Cairo. All persons having roceived cards
of Invitation to tho scries of parlies recent
ly given by the Cairo Terpsichoroau Club,
nro most respectfully invited without fur
ther notice, B.Frank Blake,
Geo. R. Thatcher.
Chas. M. Howe,
Jas. A. Phillis,
6-2231 Commltteo of Arrangements.
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth atreot, has re
ceived n largo invoico of very lino trim
mcd goods consisting f hats of all styles,
bonnets, flno leghorns, etc., etc., which
sho is aclling at tho very lowest figure,
(Just enough to covor the cost). They are
boing disposed ol very rapidly ; those who
desire a bargain In thoso goods sheuld call
at ber millinery store without delay,
Emma Priest and Thomas W. Prleat, defend,
ants. are notified that on April 27th, l7, hparrow
- '.? ikr"ol,,'comPin'' Bled hia bill Indian.
?.'n.L,2 "-"rtnage. In the Alexander
0 ih"'X.5' rclt Cou"' "late of Illinois, and that
ii,.'SS.w Pn,'lailn aald court. That there
tipnnasilrnmon was issued out of the clerk's of.
ii t?ij?5i'i'i2Ut'.,i',,,n,,0Uf returnable on the
"ilW-, 11 .,u,Jf .".V 10 '" of said court,
then ta be holden at the Court-house In Calto, ID
sa d county and aUte. JOHN O. IIARMAN.
Dated April it7lh, 17J. H clerk
Allen, Mufkey A VVheeler.Sol'rs for ComjVi.
tntu c,1,'n'Mcndant.u notified that oath
IDihdsyof April, m. a wrltol attachment was
Issued out of the clerk's ort ce nf the Alexander
county circuit court, In the Stale of Illinois,
against your estate, returnable on the first Mon
day of July, leji, at the Milt of William A.
Hughes, plaintltf, lor the sum of A307.M ; which
writ has bcn executed, and said suit la now pend
ing in said court. Unless you appear on the re
turn day thereof, judgment will be rendered
against you, and the garnishee served In said
cause required 10 answer and he di alt with aa
cvruiug iu raw, u.iiri April iin, 1S72,
Juiim n. iiakman, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, pill s alt'r. 4-ZSwtw
Estate of 11. P, II. Camstor, deceased;
Thn uuderslgned hsvlng bt-n appointed ad
ministrator ef the estate of II. P. li. Canister,
late of the count jr of Alexander, and HI ate of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives nolh-e that he will
appear belore the county court of Atvxaarl,
wui.aty, at the court house in Cairo, at the Juw
lerii-, on the third Monday in June next, at
which 'iroe all persons having claims against
and estate are notified and requested l attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persens Indented In said estate are requested
lo make Immediate payment to ihe under. IgusJ.
ated this id day of May, a. 1. 1S7J.
&-8&t Jas. 3. MURIUM, Administrator.
Hist-of llllnali, Alexander county, is.
In the Circuit Court of said Alexander county,
July Term, t7'J. lirnrge Ki.her, admintstra
lorol the e.st of John II. Cark, deceased, vs.
C.roline Painter, John fainter, Amelia Keid,
Carey It. Ksld, Henry Clark, Thomas Clark and
Martha Clark. Petition to sell real estate to pay
Attldavllnf Ihe non-resl-lenre of the above named
delendanls having b-en filed in the clerk's office
of the said courl, notice Is therefore hereby given
to the said delendanls thai Ihe complainant filed
his petition for leave to all the southeast
quarter of svetion nineteen, in township numl-er
luurtten (It), south range three (3) west, of the
third principal meridian In said county of Alex
ander, In said court on the 2.M day ol April, 117,
and that thereuian a summons Issued out ol said
court returnable on the first Monday in Ihe month
of July next, a. Is lor Uw required. Now uolssa
you, tlie said defemfsnts shall personally be and
appear before the said riruuit court no the first
day of the next term therof, In bs holdeu In Ihe
city of Cairo, lo said county, on the first Monday
In Jutv next, ami plead, answer or demur to the
ssid complalnant'a bill of complalnl, the same
and I'm mailers and thing therein charge ! and
slated will tf 'akn as confessed, and a decree
intcreit ag.inst you aicordlog lo the prayer ol
John q. harman, curk,
Cairo, Illinois. April I2d. 17J.
i-orga Fuller and Linegar, Munn A Pope,
Com pi's Hoi's. i-'j'lmlw,
lit virtue of an execution to me directed by
lh Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexaodercoun
iy.lii the stat of Illinois, in favor oftna people
of the stale ol Illinois, tor Ihe use of Thorn s
Lewis and against Joel O. Morgan, Wlllian J.
Allen, PatricK Ueilly, Ilsinard emjttl and John
CJ. Hnrinan, I hare levied upon the following
described property, to-wit; Lots numbered
tweW.-O:; und thirteen. 13, la block numbered
two (l), In the i-lty of CaiM, in ll county aid
slate, as Ihe property of ssid lWnard .Smyth,
which I wilt oder at public sal, at the south
west door of the court lions-, In said city, on
the Mill day ot June, A. D. IHTi, between the
hours ol nlox o'clock a.m. and sunset of said
day, forcah, to satlsly said execution.
ALEX. 11. I It VIS,
Bherit) of Alexander dully, Illinois.
Cairo, III., May S3, 1S7X.
Frank Hums, defendant, is notified lh
on Ihe first ity of May, 1S72,
Amanda Hum-, complainant, bled her
bill lu chancery tor divorce, in Ihe Alexander
county Circuit Courl, slate of lll!nol, and that
.aid suit Is now pending in said court. A sum
mons wn Issued uutof the clerk's olflce of said
court agsln.t you, returnsblnon the first Monday
d July next, to a term of aid court then tJ be
holden at tlie Court House in Cairo, in aald
JO.lNQ. HARMAN. Clerk. .
Dated Mavlst,U7i. f-lj.lltwli.
lirvtn A Oilberl, solicitors for complainant.
ATTACHM EST NOTICK.
A. N. Cheney, di lendant. Is noiliied that on Ihe
lllhdsy ol March, laTJ, a writ ol attachment was
Issue I out of the. clerk's othja of the Alexander
rn11.1i. ti.-iti. r .... in .1.- u... r (n..t.
K,jii i,ij-ciiii b.uri in win niaie 01 i lino s.
against your estate, leturiiable on the first Mon
day In Mull, l7i, in the suit of Thomas J. Ent,
pUinlitl, for the sum of til) 61 and accruing In
terest, which writ has keeu exec'lled, and said
suit is now pending in raid court. ILilees you
shsll appear on Ihe retnrn day thereof. Judgment
will tin teudered sguinst )ou. and Ihe garnishee
aorved In .aid c.tue required to answer, and be
dealt with according to law. Dtted. March 1Mb,
lit::1. JUII.NQ. HARMAN, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, eti', for plaintiff.
&. 4 1
A. N. Cheney, defendar-t, is notified that oa the
14th day of March, 117.', a writ of attachment wae
Issued out of thn clerk's olfice of Ihe Alexander
Counly Circuit Court, in Ihe hute of Illinois.
a:lnst your estate, returnable on the first Mon.
dsv 111 April, A. II. lili, at the suit ol Nat tan M
Thompson, plalntin, for the sum ol Silt SO and
accruing internal, which writ has beeu xeiuted,
and said suit is row pending in suid court. Unless
oil appear on the retu-n day thereot, judgment
will he. entered agslnit yni, and the carnishea
toned in said can-H requlrrd 10 answer, ant be
dealt with according lo law. Dated, March 1Mb,
1872. JOHN Q HAItMAN, Clerk.
Ahen, Mulkey A Whetlor, att'ye for plaintltf.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, is notified that on the
14th day of March, ls72 a writ ot attachment was
issued nut of the clerk's office, of the Alexander
Counly Circuit Court, In the dlate of Illinois,
against your ottate, returnable on the first Mon
day in April, 1S7J, at Ihe suit of James V. Clem
son, plainiltl, for the sum of $.10' 9 and accruing
interest, which writ has been executed, and ssid
suit is now pending in said ccurt. Unless you
shall appear on the return day thereof, Judgment
will he entered agaiest you, and Ihe garnishee
served In said cause required to answer, and be
dealt with according to law. listed March 1Mb.
17.!. JOHN O. HARMAN, Clerk.
Allen. Mutkey A Whetlor, alt'ys lor pfalntid.
Htateof Illinois, Alexander county, aa.
In tin. circuit court ot said counly of Alexander,
July Term, 172. Elisabeth Hewitt vs. Arhael
Hewitt. In Chancery i for Divorce,
Alhdavlt of the uon-iesidenco of Ashael Hewitt
the above named iiefendant having been filed Inthe
civrK s uiuce. 01 aaiM i;uui t,iiu..un lunreiore Here
by givon In thn said Ashael Hewitt that Ihe com
plainant filed her lull nf complaint lu said court
of chancery aid" thereof on the liJd day ol Anrtl.
1GY, in.lliut lli.t.iilinn a ,iiiti.Ain..1
of aal I courl returnable on the first Mondsy in
ihe month of July next, as by Uw required.
Now, unless you, Ihe said Ashael Hewitt, shall
personally ho and appear before the Circuit Court
of Alexander county 011 Ihe first day ot the term
thereof, lo be holden at the Courl House in the
city el Cairn, In said coumy, on tho first Monday
in July next, and plead, auseer or demur to the
said complainant's bill ot complaint, the ssiue
and the matters and things therein charged and
slated will be taken as confessed, and a decree
enteied against you accordiug lo Ihe prayer of
JOHN Q. HARMAN, Clerk,
Cairo, Illinois, April Tid. Wi.
II, W, Webb, Comp'a Uol'r. 4-2iw4t.
I.eiral notice la herebv clvsn thai Sirr.ua! niaaia
Taylor and Edwin Parsons, tiusieee of Ihe Cairo
City Properly, have riled their bill In chancery, to
enforce vendors lien, In the Circuit Court of Al
exander county, ata'a of Illinois, against Elisay
,., L'ilv.rB-.il.l nnu. If I ... I .... V, 1 1 . I
MV... MBA. -.. ..II..UVIII bUatCIIO. r.
Costello, her husband. That aald auit Is now
pmums iu .ait. vuun , aim ilia, ma lime anr
place of the return of ihe summons issued m
hiu van,, ii uw uiii ausiii; inuiv, A. Vi IHrf
at the term of said court then to be holden at tba
Court House in Cairo, Alexander county, stale ol
m . JOHN tJ. HARMAN, Clerk,
Cairo, May tad, 1171. I-Mllwit!