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PVllMSllKll 1IY JOHN H. OhrUW' A CO;
M. II. HAlU;i:t.I., AfrhOf'IATE KDITOK.
U TUESDAY, NOVEMI5KU SO. 1809.
EST For river mows, seo third page.
Use KnderVchlU Cure. "It never
Angostura Hitter's, W. H". Schutter.
Solo u(,'out, Cairo, Illinois. 00 Lm
Ihiekwheat Flour, .Taol I ti huh' bent, for
sale by Aycra t Co. uovUOl wd
Hoys' overcoats In eiidlccs Variety at I'.
Nofll's, No. 79, Ohio Levee, Cairo,,
. . .
1. Kielly has n large stock of hats,
which, will be sold at New .York whole
ale price.", tf.
l'itolicr is. llenry'M large stock of hard,
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnwaro, etc
will e,aold witbput regard to ptwt. ti
Harry Goodall, of tho Chicago 'riuu,'
audlaloof tho Cairo 'Times,' is In the
city. He report:) tho new enterprise as
auccacdinff In r manner ofpinl to 1i!h ox-
A special meeting of this company
will be held this fTucflday) evening
Nov. T). Hy order of tho president.
M.J. Makxkl, Hec'y.
Our trlend fjllverburg, the book binder,
returned from h!t. Louis, tills morning a
married man. IU-flectiutf that it 1b not
good for man to live alone, he took unto
himself a wife one deserving of tho in
dustrious and devoted husband which
wr are certain lie will provj!to he.
Ulovea nd n la
A full supply at Illelly'c, and going oil
at actual coat tf
A fow daya ago a liltlo Fourth Ward
lad swallowed a metal fab chuinl His
parouts. wero considerably alarmed, of
course, but th little lad was no more
concerned than howuul have been had
ho eaUa a liko quantity of maccaroni.
AH right now!
Slitll oyatera, gume, etc., can always
be secured at Wulker & tilssou's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
7 he magnificent ateamer Grand Era
leaves for New Orleans this evonlug.
She Is unquestionably oue of the finest
boats thai over flouted upon tho western
waters, furnishing passengers accomruo
dations they could bcarcely command in
tho most luxurious hotels in the country..
C'.T. Hindu is Oi(aguu
Krerythlug that can, be foundjln any
dry goods house in the city, can le se
cured at P. Welly's at cost priee or lens,
as be is determined to close out. tf.
C W. Henderson, Commercial Avenue
three duore below Twcllth Mrcct hits us
tine a line of hentiux and cooking stoves
as can be found In the city, ail at prices
that cauuol fall to suit reasonable cuslo
mere. Ho also keejw all kinds of tinware
and is prepared to put on rooting or put
up gutlerlug, in ttie best style on shoil
notice. Nov 10. 3 w.
For fashionable and well tnndo cloth
lni, go to i NelPs, No. 7l,Ohlo Levee, tl
fit. mrt' VmrU.
tit. Mary 'a park, in this city, imtr.v
olng about twclvo acres of ground, is to
be enclosed by a picket fence. The coa.
tract for furnishing tho lumber and
building tha fence will be)ttotho low
t and boit bidder. Sealed proposals
will be received until the 4th lust. For
particulars nee advertisement In another
NewotyIes of HaU and Caps Just re
ceived at 1. NeiPi, 79, Ohio Levee. This
Is the only More In tho city that keeps a
full stock of goods in that line. ' tf
Quite a numberof Texas cattle havo
already passed through Cairo, en routo
for northern pasturas and stool; yards,
and thousands remain to come forward.
As a ' geheral thing these cattle aro
healthy and In fair condition for tran
sportation. Thoy aro coming forward
now at the, rate of about ou thousand
per ;week. Tho Illinois Central lias
carrying capacity ;for at least threo
times that number.
Miller and Miller have 50,00) 011 baud
comprising the most acceptable styles.
A very desirable collar sold nt ten cents
per box. tf.
Ya.lagh t-To-alajh 1 J
The l'alace Varieties will be open to
night, rain or shine, with a new pro
gramme and new performers. Tho per
formance will bo tho most varied and
interesting one of the kind ever given
in tho city.
The addition of Messrs. Taul, Moutaula
nd other artists of equal reputation, to
the former number, makes tho company
one of tho largest and most versatile
that ever visited Cairo, Comecne, come
all, who would "laugh and grow fat." It
Those gentlemen who, nt this early
day, aro laying plans and making repu
tation by which they hopo to johoIi tho
shrievalty of Alexandor county, haven
long tliut to worry and wait, before their
fatu can be determlijed, As tjiere
pan be bjH ope HherUl", at least n
paw uozon geiiiiomeu wiiu are
Yery,Unfldent of uuccess, aro doomod to
a crushmg (Hsapjmlntmont. Well, this
llfeVfull of troubles anyhow, and as-
piranta for official honors and emolum.
enta might at well pndtire a share of
Tlic JTetr Aemenf.
The assessment for'atreot? filling, to be
mndo uudci' tho amendment to tho char
tor, will embrace as well those lot 1 upon
which the tax has been partially and
fully paid, oh thoao upon which nothing
has boon paid. This course is necessary
to equalise tho tvssoJ8inent.
Every lot in the city, comprised in the
list, will be assessed according to benefits
conferred by the street filling, without
reference) to the amount paid. Tills done,
and tho list placed In tho hands of tho
treasurer forcollectlon, theamount here
tofore paid will pass to tho credit of tho
property on widen it wan paid. If tho
sum so paid, oxeeeds, In any in
stance, the amount called for under
the new assessment, tho excess
shall bo refunded to tho party entitled to
tho namo; but If tho sum paid shall fall
short of the amount called for under tho
new nssesmeut, then tho property shall
behold only for tho diflcrenco between
the amount assescscd and the amount
paid. In tliis manner every property
owner in the city will bo placed, as near
ly as may bo, upon an equal footing
each paying In proportion to the benefits
attatclilng tohis property, as tho sumo
may bo determined by five scnsablo and
Wo bnvo suggested that the new as
sessmeiits bc pcrfctcd with all reasonable
dispatch, and that when perfected tho
council shall provldo for Its payment in
llvo equal, annual Installments lit scrip.
Paid thus theasseamentcannotHersouHly
embarrass any otic, r.nd tho effect, oth
erwise, will be soon lu the material ap
preciation of tho city scrip, In the better
financial standing of tho city, and in the
helthlcr tone of the muuiciplc nflalrj
First class day board can be
secured at"Walkcr and SlMori's' for
15 per week. Tho bill of faro consists of
of the best in the market, served by ex
pert caterers in au unexceptionable stylo.
. , n
.-lot Full, uor NatUfaulory.
Tb examination which Capt. Wash
ington Invited us to the inhumanity of
his conduct an exhibited on the occasion
of the burulng'of tho Stonewall, has'not
wo aplnc, resulted, ns favorably as tho
Captain expected. It was, to a great ex
tent, an exparte examination, yot the
examiners were compelled to iay that
Capt. W. had ''committed 11 grave
mistake" In not landing or sending out
his yawl to determine whether ho
ought not be of, some, .assistance. , Had
the examiner vlsltcd'tho "secuo of the
disuter, and called irTpartics who "were'
eye witnesses to tho scene, and who
knew precisely what wa and what
was not done, tho examination would
have been full, and either exculpated
C'apt.JW. or fastened the charge of
gross inhumanity upon him, as with
hooks of steel. AS'hy was not thl done?
Vhlle tho examination was in progress
(he editor of a Capo fJIrrdcnu paper
tendered evidence, which, if true, tho
examlnsrH should havo had, and which,
If uutrtie, Captain W. should havo had
an opportunity of disproving. The es j
amination, ending whore it did, was not
full,nnd cm scarcely prove satisfactory,
either to Capt W's frlend who bclievu
aim Innocent of any Inhumane purpose
In the premises or to that portion of the
public that bollove him guilty and de
serving ofseverer denunciation than he
The latest and most comfortablo arti
cle in uto is tlio patent Alaska Boots
Thov are selling fast nt P. Nelf's, No. 79,
Ohio Lovec. tf
llldr Au Horn Left.
Wo heard yesterday that a country
man broucht a yoke of oxen to town,
oueday lost weok.and while hiseyo was
0 IV them they mysteriously disappeared.
no searched far and near for tho missing
animals and mado frequent Inquiry, but
all to no purpose. Bellowing his search,
on Saturday last, l.o came upon :i fresh
pair of horns, lying on the outsl.'irtu of
the city, which, upon examination, prov
ed to bo tho very horns that ono of- his
oxen had recently worn. Continuing his
search ho soon discovered, spread upon a
fonce near by, the hide of the same ox.
With this evidence beforo him ho was
not long in arriving at tho conclusion
that his yoke of oxonfhad been parcoied
out in from two to ton pound pieces
among tho families of tho olty, and that,
therefore, he should nover $00 '.'Buck'
and "Bright," In tho flesh any more.
What course the owner of tho masticat
ed beasts has deterrajned'upon ve can
not say. At this stage of the game, all
ho has got to show for a rather valuable
yoke of steers, is a pair of horns!
A tremendous stock of boys' and
youths' clothing just received at P. NelPa
No. 70, Ohio Levoe,- at' prices to suit tho
times. " ' tr-
Durlng tho past threo days two of tho
largest steamers thnt navigate the sou
thern waters have received full loads at
Cairo, viz: theBiohmontl and theGraud
Era. Hcsldcs theso quite a numborof
boats havo received partial loads, tlio
yholc forming an nggregatoofmorothnn
threo thousaud tons. This, we tako it,
Is a very considerable-' reshlpplng busi
ness, stato of tho weather considered,
A llkelnisincsa on the Evnhsvillo or IV
ducah wharf would be heralded fnr and
near as something wonderful. In Cairo
ic Iris scarcely oxoitcd remark.
HiittliM'MN lliuiso fitrltriit. "v
That eligibly situated business, house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street is
for rout1. " VCpply on" the premises,
F Twenty rttr ttsys.
' Our river reporter Imb recorded the'
Cloudy, murky, rainy days that havo
'followed each other In regular succession,
and has now reached tho twenty-fourth
, day. During all that tlmo, (with tbo
I exception of brief intervals nr ..' trth
j counting) thosun has persistently used
to show Ills face, or to gladden tho earth
j with a slnglo wolt defined ray. For
manv days now tho weather has been
going on from bad to worso, evidently
ilotermlncd to furnish tho suicidially in
clined an excuse for cutting their throats,
aiul everybody else an excuse for being
gloomy and miserable. With a bold
face aud.unlllnchlng eye, wo ;chargo the
stupidity of tho 'Bulletin' to the weather.
Tho same influence incapacitates our
readers, however, toappreciate anything
Nil It linn.
The stock of silk hats nt Miller fc Min
or's comprises the very latest styles, and
finest muko of tho season. Their house
Is conceded to be "head quarters" In the
article of hats. It
rt!toly In the Cnlnlioaar.
For tho first time within tho memory
of that veritable individual "tho oldest
Inhabitant," our city calabooso is with
out an inmate. Thin is something of
which we may boast. Wo liavclhero a
city of at leastton thousand inhabitants
with all the temptations toviolato law
that present thomsclves elsewhere , and
with a polico as eager nnd.qulck to pick
up offenders, as can be found anywhere,
yet, during the day yesteraay the halls
and cells of tho calabooso wero deserted.
We present tho case to gentlemen of
Paducah, Evansyillc and Memphis, as
onejwoifhy of their imrriltatioii. Con
template it,,ajid then weep for the tie-
"Keneracy of your people.
Choaprtt auil llril,
Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup' for children is
"old by druggists, for 2o cents a bottle
;stndjf ah idmlrablo preparation fyr in-
- a .
K l.lttlp WnUerer.
4 About nightfall last night a little girl,
calling herself Dora Moore, was going
from house to house, in the Fourth Ward,
asking for a home, claiming tlutshe had
no place that she could call home, and
did not know where she would find lodg
ing'! for the night, tilie is about VI years
of age, and quito small for her age. If
she has a father or mother In the city
one or the other should bo compelled to
lake care of her. If she is an orphan, then
should she be provided lorln tho asylum.
Job Print iBff.
The 'Bulletin' ofllco having been sup
plied with increased facilities, Is now
prepared to do job work cheaper than
ever. Wo aro determined, in truth,
that no citizen shall have cause, either
on account of prlco or style, sending
L his work abroad. Our oflJcc li tho com-
pletcst In the suite, otttsido of Chicago
ami Springfield, and can perform nil
kinds of work for which the river, rail
road, mercantile, lognl and general
business of the city crcato n demand
In point of workmanship wo shall Hlaud
unsurpassed. Send in your orders.
Proofs submitted when requested. It
Tliuiitamls of Toy
Mr. -Nicholas Felth, ISO Washington
uvenue, has opened a toy store that is
huppllcd with thousands of articles to
make glad the hearts of little boys, and
girls. Ho lias wax, porcelain nnd rubber
dolls, block houses, toy furniture, drums,
fiddles, "cry-babies,'' and things innu
merable to please and gratify the chil
dren. AU these tilings Mr. F. says ho
Intends to sell cheaper than they can
be bought anywhere else In tho city.
The holidays being near 'at hand, it
would bo wpll forparonts to call lu thero,
and examine tho stock and ascertain
the prices. Pictures on hand and pict
ure framed to ordor. nov. 21 dfit
'onif r or Klifliih ana CoimiirrrUI.
By recent receipts tho stock of boots
and shoes nnd ladles' fancy goods, at S.
Bosonwater's,. corner ol Eighth and
Commercial Avenue, has been rendered
one of the completcst and most attrac
tive lu tho city. An usually flno assort
ment of ladies' and children's shoes, ho
siery, etc., with a largo nnd well varied
(took of gentlemen's and boys' bootsand
allocs, is ofi'ered at prices that will tlefy 1
competition. An inspection of the new
stock Is respectfully solicited, thn pro-
prletor feeling assured that nlike In I
quantity, quality and price he can give ;
customers tho fullest satisfaction, j
nov 117 dot. '
Mrs, A. Barber, No. M2 Commercial
avenue, having rolfeved her shelves of
her old stockr now presents to tho trade a
most comple'te anil attractive stock of
millinery nnd fancy goods, ludlos' nnd
children.' upderwenr, a fine line of em
broideries, laces) handkerchiefs, collars,
trimmings, etc., of tho very latest and
mostfuiIPuablp styles j and which sho
can and will sell very low, for cash. Tho
ladies of the city aro'lftvited to call and
inspect tho now stock.
Cloaks mado In the best and most fash
ionablo stylo, of any desired material.
Agrand bail will bo given by the
Cairo Casslun, ou tho evening of Decem
ber 27, JfitiO. Co"mittco of Arrange
ments: F. M. rSTooKKLirric,
C. L. Thouah, Wm. Amia,
M, Sir.vKnmJKU, ORonni; Lattki:k.
Oue hundred dor,?!) of lino ftar shirts
all siises, at P. NelPs, No, 7uOhIo.Iyoo,
at a great reduotiou In former prices, tf
First class day ooard at WaJlscr & Gfs
on's restaurant, at $5 per AVcek. tf
i I'or Itcnt.
Flno two story brick rcslden&v Ap- ,
ply to TllOMAB OjtEKN it ALLEN.
nov 27 tf 0:5 Ohio Levee.-
Now is tho tlmo for bargains, at P.
Nod's, No. 70 Ohio Lovco. Uia stock is
roplete with all tho lntcst novelties of
tho season. tf
P. Nell's winter Miitu aro open for in
spection. Call an.. .ud and examine his
stock befnro you conclude to buy else
where, Ho always keeps on hand tho
finest stock nt low prices. tf
School orders, at par, county orders, at
fi" cents, and city scrip, at 65 coitts, for
furniture, queensware, glassware, and
Iiouko furnishing goods.
nov20Ct B. S. Hauhkll.
Walker & Slssnn's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant Is tlio center of attraction for
strangers and others who would strength
en tho inner man with fresh oysters,
stewed, mw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with the "cue" in tho largest and best
billiard linll In tho city. If
Tho completcst stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In tho city , Is to be
found at Miller nnd Miller's. It would
be arcmarkablo want, indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling In tho
. , .
P. NofT would respectfully call tho at
tention of his customers and tho public
generally to tho fact that he has now on
hand the best selected stock of clothing
and Gent's furnishing goods in tho city;
nnd by fnr tho lakokst stock, atsuch
low prices, that tho olosest buyers will
feel It their duty to purchase if they wish
to save money and drets nt tho same
Do You Want nn Ovrrcdnt
Made up in the lateststyle? If you do '.
NefP Is the placo to find it. Thero you
will find plenty of stock to choose from.-
"By the Continental," In the early
days of the Ilcpubllo was, by tho witch
killing fanatics, called profanity.
In this inoro enlightened tige 'it is
deemed an evidence of sound morals as
well ns of gond seneo to glyo tho ndvlc
"Buy thctContiucntal,'' as it In not only
tho cheapest but the befit stovo in tho
For sale by Pitcher A Hcnry, 102 Com
mcrcial nvenue, cor. 12lh street,
I'ur! runt! l'm i!
jIf you want to buyifum cheaper than
they were overoU'ered In Cairo, will call
at P. Blelly'a. Ho has a good nssort
ment which ho will sell very low. tf
M'ritucMln.v, lre. 1 10 O'rltMli, A.M.
The largest, finest and nio-t completo
stock of millinery goods In Cairo, at the
store of Mrs. Arnold Barber, 112 Com
mercial nvenue, consisting of
MlsbC-s' and children's hats, ladles'
nnd children's nnder clothing
embroideries, lace?, ribbons, hand
kerchiefs, collari. glovcj, fancy
goods, etc., comprising the entire slock,
will bo sold as above, without reserve, to
the highest bidders.
Tliis sale Is not to clovi out thn ''old
stock," but to close out Mrs. B'h entire
business tho sale being positive, and the
goods to be sold for what they will briiK
no20 2t Auctioneer.
Tho Continental Is the only cook stovo
witli sliding oven doors. Warranted lu
all respects-. I'ltrhcr fc Henry, nt 102
ComuuMohil uveniif, cor. 12th tretd. 1
1 hey must Ur. jinlil luuiiMllnlrl)-.
A conIdcrnble amount of tax on per
sonal property remains unpaid." Parties
owing It arc certainly awnro of their do
inriuency, and of my de.dro to close up
collections at the earliest possible mo.
ment. I have shown all the leniency
1 can. This, therefore. Is tn notify nil
persons owing personal taxes, that they
can havo until 12 o'clock m, next Thurs
day, wurrelu to liipildate, After that
time. 1 shall lie compelled to proceed as
tho law directs, to collect aUsuma tha
may remain unpaid. This notice'
l s meant for cvarybmly who
U yet In arrears with his personal tnx
iiiitl I hope will be heeded by. all such.
John IIvr.ANn, City Collector.,.
Npv 27, -It.
KBK, AhV. AND .SODA!
Ileitis a lleenaod Wttoleanlo th l-r. mid thortnt n
a celohrnted .Northern bn-irrr, ix (.soured to innilsti
li)any Qtinnttty deilred,
iv- I'i'iiivirri'n i oi'irn i ki' ot'i'it
.1 I. ,1V1 I .llllJI.t' .111 ill I". 1t 1,1. lj
, .all' m ..... ... ...-All... t
an iiimrivr ni aaiiii iiu... nam u jf.riiarw,
Notla uiitl .lllucrl Water, Kit.,
And H at Hie rerr livraf WaiJtet pt'ie.
A ahum of public ltron!s H renprctfully ioliift
(ojel-a iutenmpaaied by the cijlt Sllrjil tiroiupiu'
aaiMfuctorily- ' 1
t'Mll rat lite tviilWu rikWP,tlb(MI
tttrcvt, ltct,wccK Walnut nntl '.(, v.t,r'
ak aN laAAi tn ba t ' " '
"BO 0 Kr STATI ONE R Y , ETC."
OK EVERYTHING IN
TJOCU BOOK XiXCTXl
i t s
100 Comt rscl.t ATtHCt.
COn.V, 1IAV, OATN, DK.1.V, A.VD NIIIP-
of Ceatmpr'clkl 5 Aycmsji
Tw'tlfiU hdctf, "
Cnix-o - - - intnola.
Mtu Kocpsa full supply of food, nntl It prepared to
fill ordtTHOiiitiort notice, nt tlio lovrot maik?lrli
JttKF; LUNCH 1 k . " .
3tSxroxy Mo x xxixi. c !
A frcn luncii will Imi nerTed up it thn Egyptian S
looti nnd rettnuntnt. nttcn o'clock titcry murnlD.
Tho mutuant tiai brea recently tilled up, and per
itinran lx accommodated witti lntaliutll iioun.
t- ti-i - , 1 1 ..
Corner of hi till kttcetand ComnwtinM Avoi
dor to lwl Ofllco, 1 ' 11. lAl'l
.venue, neik I
ANTKD Alfladr County Pfdt. at to cti
;'rTT nail cny Scrip t ttjeeitii on tbs doll
v, tor i
mn i oi L,umor nnit uunacrt '5iateriiu.
mnlMtl W. W. THORNTON.
JJOIt HAIjE. IIKAl-New CntUKi and three
XZ iui.coroer uoau anu nixieenrn niref i.
UUEKSa (Hl.lW.HT, Altr
Sherca;, Jetio 11. Itumphreyi and MiryJ. Hum.
phreyn Inn n(o by ihc r certain dt-ca of iru.t, bennm.
latti ttio -'nt duv of ttautuuiber A. D. 1K.J. n.l r..
rordnl in tlio book of uee.li, juko iii iu tlio Ito
c nlrr' oako of Altuuudor Oiunty. lllinoUn.ili.ti
roiiM'y to John H. I'biilm, lliofolloMiuxeKCntmillotrt
or pareeUof Imd altutCKl InttoiCily of Cairt), oomM
ty of Alexander, and Mate i-f llliuoin, an I know ti nnd
fiifimtrd on tlio rvnid map ur plattltAfeof aic
l"ti nuinboriMl flvv, ix arxl evon (J, u and 7) m block
numbered aercniy f ur, i"l,)in truti. liowour, lliat
tlio aul Joliu ... i'liillif.lr tliOBUin of money, or any
(art thereof, apwilleil in laid ileel uf trunt, and In ,i
.' rlaiu priimii-ory notu therein iteoribel u-nrint
itn tlmo with i jiUdred, for the cum lf tMenty.tuu
linudri d dollar-, nude and executed by id Jeatn Jt
Humphreys nnd pay&Mo to thu order of KachelJ.I'hll
lia ono year niter lh dU thereof, nIioiiM reruum
due nnd unjuld nt tho xpinaion of thn urns necitlcil
nml uo oraiuj; to the tenor of old nolo twit then the
mri.loht II, l'hdlia ahould mnl;o mtlo of the id
pnmiM, t'V pit lin vrndutf lu thu hiy ht I'lddrr.fw a f
oah, nby lliotfrmi ul aild deed aru prorided, nrid,
Mvria th- Kiim of i'Utheenhutidruianiltlridol.
lata of anld note, together with Intcrcat from tli
J,nt day or B ptcrnlnT A. 1), Kid, nunr renulna ilu
and UDald: .Noiv, tliciofon. uotloo la hereby men, .
that nt the retjuf nt of lUchel J. i'liillm and un cr atut
by vinut'Oftho lornii nnd uondilioun ofaatd dred of
trurt, and tho porr und authority fume there!')
oMed, I, the fuld John II. 1'hlllH, will on Wednea
div the '."Jill day of IXcctnUir A. I), lam at the tViii.
lloutu door, tn thorny of Cairo, Cvunty.ofAlexaaTQ
dor and ttte of lllinoiv; between the Iwura of l' 4
o'clock a, m. nnd 4 o'clock ). m of
of ald iltv proeeed to Mill at jiubli-vt-udile,
to tho hiflhegt blddor for ca.i, the property
"hereltilHifore deaorlbed, ! VatUfy ald deblind In
terel an.l tho cot sud expenie of ihta trmt rind wil)
execute und ddnrr to tho purchaser or nurrhacr
JOJ1.V D. PH11.M.. Trailer.
(liirn. 111. Nor. It t. narsistw
bial of Jllinot,-, AlixinJrr Couaty. . Utha Clrtuit
Court ul AicxauileriuuntT, Ilhnolt, Jaatury term.
rhliitiHehmiU . William I In AtUchmeal.
A iliiuion. I litmiud silt.U.
Nutter i-ritereby giten to you. Iiol.( William A.
Tliiliton, llidl a Writ or Atl"Iimrnt ha bn tuad
ut of theuillOHof the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
end County, at tlo .in of thsa.iul I'hilipSchmltt,
and ak'nnst Ihe -Mate of you, the mid William A
Itunton, for one hundred nnd aulecu and 0 1 cl-
Coaaty U cxtiuu which vd writ haa tcu rHirnd
" Te'f.u recieu to in nnerm or taut
uitui"! v) aiincnuiKioia uumoaiau
.1. nnd U, tn block numbered 'i1n the rirat addiKoti
to the City of Cairn, llliuoia. .Now uuleu you, th
Aid Willium A. Huntou.Hhall per oaally ha and ati
prar brfore the Circuit I ourt of iaul County on tnt
tlrkldnT of the next tcctn tbereivT, tuU hoJiUii in.tte
C ty of Cairo, in kanl Counly, on tho Jt Monday u
tk month of January neit.anoipt-cialbali and plead
If, Hind action. Judgment will becntered ucainat ou
f, Hiiiil HCtlon, JuilKtnent will becntered UKftinal )ou
.in futorof thu ald planum nml tat property attachi
jold to aatiufy the m mill r.o.ti.
JOHN Q. UAUafiN, Clark
In fittorof thu a!d idaintitl nml tin property attached
Cairo, niiHOtt, uctoiwr sotn,
K. U. Albright, I'lalnlin'a AUoroey.
JJOLIDAY GOOJD . ,
on actions, Toj-h, FJru-Wurk.
.AMPr.K I'KOVISFOX FOIt THK
tio Ij JWC'entmcrcIal nvenrie and buy our holiday
(omUr PrViuiH Im.-II.I In uatook iu ilmt-iine that ---
nan never oeoii.rnimicii m miru.
rer beon.rqiialed in Cairo. , -
vlioru of nil kinds, to) in nartIea tariet-. J
i in); i pVcnio nml urulify thone who would ob-Ira.
pmberth.ilee, 1W Commercial ATnrti. l
CmiiiH'tinns or nil
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la HipflM nlti All ,Hlnil.oal . . i '
I ffS9 'nlV ATil" f ''Tt..t
Tfia ifiiraiy, ww iio (in awi., i
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lim as any bodyelie.
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