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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
EHTKRIl) IT Til 8 POBT OFNC CAIRO, IL-
UHOUS, AS MCCOND-CLASS af ATTKH.
r i OKHMCUL
PAPBROF CITY AUD COUNTY,
A f TABEtt BRO'S Manufacturing Jeweler,
jr-No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111
LOCAL WEATHER KEI'ORT.
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CAtao. III., Nor. 19, IrtSO (
Br. Thar. Hum. Wind. Vfl Wether.
Maximum Temperature. '.'T i
JV'-v irtnr it': lUliifU r-00 Inches. mclua bow)
' ilT,."' Kirer, IS feel R inches. Fall, V inches.
Serg't Sign: Coro. U. 8. A.
- SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
I 8 , Notiris lu this Column. fle eeuts per Hue, e
Make a Note of it.
. i , The best assorted stock of Cooking and
r p leating Stoves, Tinware, liar J ware, IIol
I ffw ware, Cultery, etc., etc., can be found
!lftt A.. Ilalley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
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, Ctwiking Stoves.
i 'l The "Champion Monitor" is the" best
X, '"k store in thp market for either wood or
?tl. Can be had onlv at A. Hallev's, 115
use wishing to make an acceptaoie
'Uent fr Christmas would do well to
'A ve in their orders as soon as possible so
I Jli all can be accommodated.
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Tort? Westminster base-buruer in use
. L the city and all give pertect satisfaction.
JLV old only bv A. Ualley, 115 Commercial
For the finest roasts, the juciest steaks,
e tenderest chops, the most delicious
X itlett.the best sausages, voti must go to
5 , .red Koehler'a sample room on Eighth
V' reet,where the very cream of the market it
Vet Iwars to be found.
.wfiHOvMi 1550,000 Howe scali-s sold, llor
1 Te;n, Stlleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo,
!;,.' l New Billiard Saloou.
. . w Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
r ' ) the bnildiDg formerly occupied by Mr.
Il;ul mrtman, on the corner of bix
i tj2, -wt and Commercial avenue, nnd h
n, tablishcd therein a billiard saloon and
He lias renaircd the buildini:
ti ternally, making changes in the arrange
m ent to accommodate Ins views and turn
,tiJ !ed it with every comfort that could be
to. ished for in a firatclnss establishment.
ne i has spaired no pains to make his place
itle t ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
) IT d invites all to come and see mm.
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( rreaii Mobile oysters will he kept in
' ! Ik through tho season, constantly in
in f,'c' an our nuraerous customers will be
v iplied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
tO1' adred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
1 11 tun in cans, best quality and all grades
mrT oloae figures. Send your orders to the
,fJ?' iter and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
T, J Ji.V, nl ,na. Pnnnnm ITniuMrm Amah.
Robert Hkwktt, Agent.
it'me Floyd has removed to Walnut
Jet between Twelfth and Thirteenth
ts. Pupils received in the day-school
instruction given in special studies. Such
voni as are employed during the day and
are lessons in Latin, Book-keeping und
thematics, will be taught at night by
it. rlovu, who is assistin'r Madame
i ' 'ISTRR S OlM RELIABLE OY8TEK DRPOT,
I i he undersigned would respectfully in-
i the citizens of Cairo that we are now
Vl lving daily, and the only parties in
y' X), direct from Baltimore fresh oysters by
Jl ' can and from the quantity we are re
?J :, Ing and selling daily we are enabled to
. theut for tea and twenty cents per can
ijiC;. loan any other house in the city.
ice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
U ee Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For sale
ct Winter's grocery, on Eighth
"t it, and at the Hotel De Winters.
t :les can always rely upon getting them.
W H. W intku & Co.
Rent Furnished room, with or
Outboard. Second door west of Wash
d, on Seventh street.
1 Mrs.B.E. AI.DRN.
Bncklen's Arniea Sulvc.
te best salve in the world for cuts,
lei, tores, utsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
r, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
mas ot skin eruptions, l ins saive is
Wteed to give perfect satisfaction in
case or money refunded. Price, 25
per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Hara
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Iliba Back Bones. Etc.
In onantitiea to iunnlr the whole city
and country are now for sale at the packing
house ot ilinkie, aioore ximaio, ou vah
mcrcial avenue low figures; also loaf and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
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lowest market price.
IIoubo and lot on Cross street, near the
HiL'h school. House is two story,has6rooms
ana nan ana is in goou cuuumuu ico
able neighborhood. Price $750.
M. J. Howlkt, Real Estate Agent,
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Five lots on on Levee street, above Reed 'a
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Title per
feet. M. J. IIOWI.BT, Real Estate Agent.
, Electro-Vapor Baths.
Sure euro for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system,
Kfith monia. 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six baths, $5.00. Try them.
W. II. Maura,
AT A OttKAT HACRiriCB.
On account of sickness cf myself and in
my family, I am compelled to c;x)br my
uusiNEhS, and therefore will sell my entire
stock of kink miluseuy oooDs at a great
sacrifice, commencing to-day.
I have the finest and largest as well as
the uvmt fiRi.KCTRi) stoc k of poods in the
city and all must bk sold.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion Id (hee columns, ken conU per line,
etch intertion. ilrkert
Fresh ovjters at A. T. DcBaun's, 56
Judge Green U'in Metropolis, attending
The fire department met in the council
chamber last night and affected its reor
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismever's.
We are indebted to Miss Nettie Schut-
ter for late copies of The Standard, pub
lished in London, England.
Fresh ovsters at A. T. DeBaun's, 56
- Miss Mary Andernon will begin a
week's engagement at Pope' Theatre, St.
Louis, Monday evening next.
The choir ot St. Joseph's church met
at the residence of Father O'Hara last
night and Bpent a very pleasant evening.
Jud?e Bross. who bss been absent
from the city for several days attending a
meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows, I
"Between the acts" cigarettes,
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. Alex. Royce has purchased the
residence of Mr. Mike Towers, situated on
Division, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, and will take possession of it
Fresh oysters at At. T. DeBouu's 56
Two persons joined the Baptist church
by letter last night, and a number ot girls
came forward and expressed a willingness
to join. Rev. Koan is meeting with de
Mrs. Osborn returned from Dongola
yesterday, where she has been for several
weeks nursing Mr. John Poor, who has
been very ill with rheumatism, but is now
Owing to the fact that Rev. Koan held I
his meeting in tho Reform hall last night,
no temperance meeting was held. On Fri-
day next the Young People's Temperance
Association will occupy the hall.
Mr. W. F. Pitcher has the contract for
building the foundation to the railroad
house, and not Richard Walsh as before
stated. Richard Walsh will assist him,
however, ond Henry Kinnear will do the
The services at the Reform hall last
night were as largely attended as usual, and
the interest exhibited by those prcseut was
as great as at any previous meeting. Rev.
Koan's delivery is forcible and since his
sermons are brief, and to the point he never
tires his hearers.
Now icoor up your snow bell aud duitt off the
The leuon for frolln It near,
The delights of old Winter are fast on their waf
With ooaitlngaad buffalo robe cheer.
To ihoae folk who are poor, and minus the "tin,"
You can Invent a sleigh-rlde fur a song ;
Take a pall of Ice-water and tbruit jour feet la.
And get Johnny to rattle the tongs.
The first thing that strikes the eye oil
the first page of The London Standurd is
a full column of 3-line notices of births aud
marriages, and at its head the following:
'Notice Tho charge for advertisements
of birthB, marriages and deaths is five shill
ings each insert. Payment for these an-
nouuecments must be mado by P. O. order
or cheques. Stamps will not be received,
and, if sent, will be returned."
Frank Marion, a stranger, was yester
day arrested for fighting, but when the
evidence was heaid, in Judge Olmsted's
court, it whs found to be insufficient to
convict him. Besides the above and the
case of Clarkson, cltod elsewhere, a few
plain drunks wero up beforo his honor,
which were disposed of in the usual man
ner. "At the special meeting of tho Hiber
nian Fire company, held night before Kint,
Mr, Wm. MtHale tendered his resignation
si president of the company and op lining
no every officer of the company followed
his exuniple. Mr. McHsle is one of Cairo's
best firemen a man wnoso presence
fires ii always valuablo and whoso work is
effsctWo and we are therefore pleased to
loarn that ho will continue an active mem
bcr of the company. lie resigned bocauso
his other duties prevent him from giving
that attention to tho company which the
president should (five.
Won't this bo used against water
driukiugf On Saturday morning Adam
Cumbies, living in Eastern avenue, Cincin
nati, uroso, put on his pantaloons, went out
and took a drink of water, and as ho was
returning to bed, he fell down and died
He was 70 years old. We record this as a
warning to all meu who are in the habit of
filling themselves with the "spirit ot tho
Fourrousters who had liberally soaked
themselves with cheap whisky, wero yester
da arrested by Officers Lallue and Martin,
while boisterously strolling tlirougn our
streets. This morning, before judgo Ulm
sted, they will be given an opportunity of
answering the question, "llow :ame you
so," and will be disposed of in accordance
with the ordiuance for such cases made and
Illinois has come out with a candidato
tor the speakership of the house in the
Forty-seventh congress. Gen. Thomas J.
Henderson of the Sixth district is the man,
but tho fact that he will begin his fourth
term with tho Forty -seventh congress, and
has never becu heard of as a political leader
or a parlimentannn, ought to make an end
to his ambition. The republicans have
such a poor lot ot timber in the new bouse,
however, that there is no telling what they
may do in making a speaker.
Feom a letter received from Mr. Cyrus
8. Oberly who is prospering financially
and Dbvsiciallv in Houston, Texas, and
w0 wju oe remembered by many friends
in this city we clip the following, concern
ing our former fellow-citizen, Mr. J. C.
Zimmer: "Friend J. C. Ziauner often calls
on me. He is general freight and passjn
gcr agent of the Louisana Western railroad
the middle road of the great 'Star and
Crescent' route trom Houston to New Or
leans, lie is doing well and makes an ef
A number of our ladies ami gentle
men will, on New Year's evening, give a
sacred concert in the Presbyterian church.
The best musical talent in tho city is en-gag-id
tor the occasion, and the pre
parations tor the event have been
in progress for some time. It is need
less to prophecy that the entertainment
wji De one of the finest of its kind ever
gjvett ja tQjs city,forwe have a number of
persons in our midst, who are gifted with a
remarkable power in vocal and instrument-
al music. Our people may expect a rare
treat on New Year's eve, when they will
have an opportunity of listening to three or
four choruses something really fine and
worth twice the small amount charged for
admission. The programme will appear in
-Almost the entire forenoon of yester
day was consumed in Judge Olmsted's
court by the case of "the people of the
6tate of Illinois vs. Thomas Clarkson."
Clarkson, it will be remembered, assaulted
a colored woman named Maria Perkins, on
Eighth street the other day, in an inhuman
manner, and alter having done so marched
to the Eighth street supreme court, where
he plead guilt to fighting and was dis-
missed with a fine of five dollars. His of-
fcn80 merited a heavier fine and should have
been enquired into before the fine was as
scssed, but since this was not done, a state
warrant was sworn out against him, under
which he appeared in court yesterday. A
jury of six citizens took Ins case under con
sideration and fined him twenty-five dol
lars and costs, making a total of about fifty
-The republicans of Cairo have not yet
hold a jolification meeting over their recent
national victory and wo were yesterday
informed somewhat authoritatively that
they would not jollifiy until the 23d of
February Washington's birth-day when
they would turn out in force. Why republi
cans should select this day for a jollifica
tion is more than we can understand. They
claim that tbc cause that led to the estab
lishment of the republican party was hos
tility to the institution of slavery, and that
the mainspring of its existence is this hos
tility. In this respect the republican party
was sectional in its beginning. The re
publican party is sectional yet iu its in
veterate hate toward that section of the
Union where slavery existed bofore tho
waft Washington was bom in Virginia.
Washington was a slaveholder. Washing
ton, as president of tho United States, ap
proved the first fugitive slave law cnactod
in the Uuitod States. Washington in his
Farewell address besought tho people to
"indignantly" frown down every specie of
sectionalism, iierein, men, lucre is no
causa for republican partisan rejoicing' A
.! l. t .
better day lor thuir rejoicing, it seems to
us, would bo the day on which Prehident
Lincoln issued his emancipation proclama
A nico little romance appears in the
columns of tho Sprmufiold Republican that
will bear repetition. Ono ot the rosiest
mnidens in that city, while hurrying to tho
depot to take a train, tripped, and so grace
lully recovered herself as to win tho ad
miration of a very substantial-looking old
gentleman. Ho assisted the young woman
on tho tr iln and loasent besiilo himself.
Conversation flowed pleasantly and ac
quaintance ripuuod fust. Ou parting at a
stution not many miles west of tho city tho
couplo exchanged addresses. The old gen-
tlcmnn proved to bo a wealthy Chicago
merchant, who opened a correspondence
with tho heroine. She apparently wrote
as agreeably as she talked. Letters wing
ed their way between the city by river and
the city on the like. Then came a prop
silion not of marriage, but that the
worthy son of tho susceptible parent bo ad
mitted to the correspondence Tho father
gradually drew out of the field, and the son
more than mndo his place good. Then
came an offer of marriage. It was accept
ed. Three Bouls are happy, a brilliunt wed
ding and luxurious homo aro in prospect,
and tho railroad official havo been greatly
puzzled of late by the number of Sprinfield
girls stumbling, with more or less grace,
aboard trains bound for the great and glor
Those of our people, who attended the
High School entertainment, given by the
scholars of the High School room, yesterday
afternoon, woro very agreeably entertained
and have, no doubt, an exhalted opinion
ot those who took part in the exercises
Some of tho features were particularly tine
the musical renditions throughout woro ex
cellent; the literary selections showed con
siderable taste, and the compositions gave
evidence of thought and the manner in
which each pupil performed
his or her part was, considering everything,
good, and left but little room for criticism.
The following is the programme as it was
carried out: Piano solo, by Mins Alice
Henderson ; a composition on "Labor," by
Rosa Ooldstine; another entitled "Trip;"
by Miss Mamie Lentz; a geographical puz
zle, by Miss Minnie Breibach; a compo
sition on the "Great Pyramids," by Miss
Oracie Hawkins; another about "Compo
sition Writing," by Miss Ella Cloadfolter;
composition on "Umbrellas." by Miss
Nellie Fisher; a composition by Lottie
Corlis; a declaration by Keisur Kelly,,
entitled "Higher;" a sketch of William
Cullen Bryant, by Miss Maud Loflin; a
composition on Chinese children, by Jos
sie DeRussy; a dialogue by Masters Thos.
Halliday and James Galligan; a composi
tion by Mary Kennedy entitled "The great
City of Chicago;" another by Miss Addie
Antrim; another on "Pocahontas" by
Amanda Fiel&s; still another entitled
"Study" by Miss Mollie Gorman and an
other on "New York" by Miss Mary John
son ; a historical question concerning "Peri
cles" by Chas. Feuchtcr Jr;a composi
tion on the "seasons" by Miss Louisa
Keohler. The entertainment concluded
with a declamation on "Picket Guards" by
by Miss JennieWright.
FOUND NOT GUILTY.
A dispatch received by W. C. Mulkey,
Esq., last night, conveys the intelligence
that Mrs. Esther leacham and her son,
Morris Howard, were acquitted ot the
charge of murder yesterday evening after
the jurf had consulted for oie hour. The
case was tried at Vienna a change of ven
ue having been taken from Mound City on
Tuesday last. Messrs. Mulkey, Robarts
and Spann appeared for the de
fendants, and to their efforts in great part
must be attributed the acquittal ot the ac -
The case was a rery complicated one, and
was in many respects similar to that of
Mrs. Whitcamp, who is confined in our
county jail tor the murder of ber husband.
It has excited considerable interest among
the people of Alexander and the neighbor
counties, who generally believed that she
was guilty of the crime.
THE JUST FOB FUN COOKING CLUB.
TIIKrR KIUT PABTr at uaktmax's iiaix
Trie usd ay NioriT.
A few particulars concerning the party
and dance at Hartman's hall, given by tho
Cooking club, on Thursday night, will be
of general interest. As was predicted, it
turned out to be a brilliant success, in
every particular. Between seventy-five and
a hundred young people were present, all in
their happiest humor, each bent upon mak
ing the occasion one ot unalloyed pleasure
to themselves and their frieuds.
The surroundings were magnificent and
the various means of enjoyment,
provided by the club, were ample to satisfy
the cravings of the most enthusiastic and
fastidious. The music was excellent, and
was calculated to set every foot into an in
voluntary motion. One of the
chief attractions was undoubted
ly the refreshments, prepared
by the young ladies of tho club, aud served
by several ot the handsomest among them,
and the rapidity with which tho numerous
dainties, etc., disappeared gave
ample proof of the skill with
which they had boeu prepared.
Nono who took a part in the festivities will
tail to recall them with pleasure, and long
for a repetition of the saino programme at
regular intervals. A
Tho reception committee was
Messrs. Eugcno E. Ellis, George
M. Fry and Curran Redman,
who performed their arduous duties ad
mirably. The floor managers wrrn four
gentlemen and four ladies, viz: Messrs.
Samuel Redman. C. It. Hiiffln, Geo. M. Fry,
J. T. Farris and Misses Mollio Riley, Eflio
Close, Effio Coleman and Mamie Taylor.
Tho tabloa were plaaed In one corner,
spread with an elegant lunch and wero un
der tho supervision of Misses Eflio Close,
Annlo Riley nnd'EfTlo Coleman. Tho
music was furnished by Lee Boiuourt's I
baud of Ova pieces and wis delighful, i
ami Cliarl' Mehner officiated as caller
The hall was beautifully decorated with
garlands of evergreens, which were stretch
ed from ceiling to chandeliers and along
tho walls in grjcetul curves and wreathes,
and fiagj. of all nation, appeared on the
Dancing began at a few minutes after eight
o'clock and continued with but little in
terruption until 2 :30 o'clock in the morn
ting. The lunch was in part prepared at
the hall and served whenever desired, the
young ladies who had the tables in charge
being alway ready to turnish lunch to any
number and at any time. Each member
wore a badge inscribed with the mono-
grim, C. C, and the attire worn by the
young ladies was elegant, displaying
excellent taste in the selection of material
and considerable art in the general make
up. Among those who were present in
the hall, we may mention the following:
Mrs. R. K. Riley, Mrs. Ellis, Mr and
Mrs. Will iaro Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. E'mir
Lawrence, Miss Tillie Vincent, Miss Lou
Vincent, Miss Lyda Pitcher, Miss Lillian
'hillips, Miss Mollie Clark, Miss Mollie
Hunter, Miss Katie Galigher, Miss Bettie
Konraeyer, Miss Si aud Rittenhousc, Miss
Edith Martin, Miss Musa Green, Miss Belle
Hill, Miss Ada Lester, Miss Mollie Riley,
Miss Anna M. Riley, Miss Nettie Shutter,
Miss Effie Coleman, Miss Lizzie Wood,
Miss Hattie McKue, Miss Lclia Thompson,
Miss Lena Ray, Miss Effic Close, Miss
Emma Le Crone, Miss Ella Armstrong,
Miss Campbell, Miss Mamie Smith, C. R.
Rufiin.JWalter Spear, Cyrus Miles, Eugene
E.Ellis, J.T. Farris, Frank Cassidv.J.W.
! Scott, M. W. Carr, Jas. Wenger, Wm. J
Johnson, Jas. A. Phillis, Wm. Shelton,
Curran Redman, Wm. C Blauvclt, Wm. D.
Lippitt, Ed Jenkins, Geo. M. Fry, Wm.
Wright, Claude Winter, Ed II. McCullough,
Wm. Winans, Sam T. Redman, Harry C.
Hughes, Elmer Comings, Capt. Thos.
Shields, Daniel Hartman, C. N. Borden,
Thos. II. Forrest. Dr. Wm. R. Smith, Jr.,
Sol A. Silver, Frank P. Redman.
A CARD FEOM KENDALL.
I must acknowledge that I wis in a cur
lous condition a tew nights ago. Hut was
it right to put a person in jail as if be had
been a criminal? Would it not have been
better to have called a physician? I know
that I was terribly upset. Butis it not enough
to drive a person insane to work day and
night, month after month, until he has
written over 8,000 pages of composition,
and tlied to have it all stolen from him be
foro a copy right has been secured. Last
March, while in New York, I had over
three thousand pages of writing stolen from
my room and as it had not been entered at
Washington I had to let it to go, and tak
ing new subjects began again. I did not
intend to have any more stolen, and I be
came completely worn out. The laboring
man, who digs and chops, never knows the
meaning of being tired. He becomes
wearied and can sleep well at nigbt. It is
different with one who writes. Becoming
interested in some subject ho sits up night
after night, or if ho retires it is not to steep,
but to think over what he has written or
expects to write. Perhaps after all, the
man who digs and chops, is the more sen
sible of the two, Don't intend to go insane,
though be more careful. Yours,
The Age of Miracles
is past, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery will not raise the dead, will not
cure you if your lungs are half waisted by
consumption, or your system sinking under
cancerous disease. It is, however, unsur
passed both as pectoral and alterative, nnd
w ill cure obstinate und severe diseases of
J the throat und lungs, coughs, and brochial
afflictions. By virtue of its wonderful alter
ative properties it cleanses and enriches the
blood, thus curing pimples, blotches, and
eruptions, and causing every great eating
ulcer to heal. Sold by druggists.
WoMicilhat have been pronounced in
curable by the best physicians in the coun
try, have been completely cured of female
OF Til 13
CITY OF CAIRO
Superior Makes and Styles
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
The Boss Clothing 'House.
CI Ohio levee, : : Cairo, 111.
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. IMnkham, 233 Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
Just heard from Tom Hams of Virginia
City, Nevada, he writes, that the doctors
bad given up all hopes of earning him,
he had Albumenaria in the worst form,
was induced to try Spring Blossom be is
now bossing his stamping mill as usual.
Prices: 50c, trial bottle lOcts.
Cocked up noses arc pert and some say not
Some have none, like a bear when a cub,
A fine stately nose, may some time bido a
And an angel may beam in a snub, .
Hut noses of all kinds no matter their shape,
Are attached some time with disorder,
Catarrh caused by cold, will cause your
bead to ache,
But Electric Oil, wilt soon put you in or
der. For sale at Paul G. Schuh.
I7OR KRNT. Kurnlrhcd room For partlra
lars inquire northeast corner Tenth and Wal-
WANTED-A girl to eook.wenh. and Iron, and
to Maist with general house work. Good
wages to an efficient oerson
Apply to Mrs. Dr.
siarran, corner rouru-cntt) street an
WANTED A white girl to do geieral hoiu
work. Apply at Vn Wuhlitgtoa atense, U
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets.
FOR NEW ORLEANS
The Anchor Line Bteaaer
JAMES PEPPER. : : : : : Muter
ARCHIE WOODS. : : : : : Clerk
Will irate the Cairo wharf for New Orleans
Tuesday, Eve'ng November 23
For freight or patsagc apply to
TnOMAHW.S6lKt.DH. Gea'l ArocI
M M "3
a q a
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NEW YORK STORE,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in" tiik crrv.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER fc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street ) Pair A Til
Commercial Avenue VaUIV, Ail.
Ity virtno of an oxeeotlon Issued ont of the
clerk's ofilea of the circuit eonrt of Alexander
roantv, and state of Illinois, and to me directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to Diuko the amount of
cert am Judgment recently obtained n;alnst Jamea
C. Kankln, In favor of the HontiVostern In
snrance limpsnr. for use of John Q. Harmon,
receivor, out of the lands, tenements, goods and
chatties of the said James C. Kankln, I havs levied
on the following described property, to-wlt: Iota
nnmberH tweiitr-flvn (&"). twenty-au f2K, twenty
seven 27) and iwcnty-elirht (a& In Cairo Hldgn
Asswlatlon's soh-ulvislon or block numbered
four ii) In the third addition to tho city ot Cairo,
Illinois. Therefore, accordlne to said command.
I shall expose for sale at public auction, all the
right, tills and interest of theahovo named James
C. Kankln In and to the abovo dcscrlbod property,
at It o'clock, a. nv, on Thursday the Dth day of De-
oember, 1HS0, at the westerly door of tho court
house In Cairo, Illinois.
Dated at Cairo. Illinois, this Iflth day or Novem-
bar, 180. JOHN HODGES.
snorn Alexander county,