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THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1874. .'
OrilcUt I'niiprnf llmOily mill On mil
lUllN n.Omifll.Y. K.l l-r nrl IMMlfLOT
TEinia of- riu: daiia inUiKrui
One week, by carrier ..... ,i JS
One yearly oarrlor, In wlvsnce . 10 (10
Us jraar by cuTlcr II not piM.Ui... ,
a?JJC .ki3 00
b aonth, bynall 1 00
CfctM moths 8 00
Mxnoath. 6 45
On ytt 10 00
TKRVtS or WKKCL7 UOLLETI.
One Tcir J1 00
8tx Months i "
TVrAA Mniithn - tO
Invariably In advance.
m ula 1 tr r on vry pinj'.
Jrov and St. Louis Mill
Judy tfante four thousaud tcvcn liuu
dred and tcvcntv-two dollar !or tbo
firo work lio didn't furnifli tho titv.
ou the Fourth ud theoity wonl jiajt.
and thus the matter M.ind..
Jons Mitch el has
nit' t n i'orriiii
rdci'ption in Limeriek.
iJuJo member ofjiarliawcut will retire
to giro .Mitcliel an opportunity' of be
ing returned to the vacant scat. On
the other haud, detectives 'aro ' Vfatfcli-
ing his movements, and Im will have
to be circumspect or he will pull up
in prisou and not parliament.
Hamilton county is deputing the
laurels with Williamson. Tliroo mur
ders wero committed (hero last
w:ok. Nr. Jiiclianl f'Jiinni
gan was knocked in the
head with a club by Charles Carlylo ;
Mr. James McFarland shot u man
named Moecc, and a man, numo un
known, stabbed another ono, also un
known, to dostli. All tho murder
ers disappeared, and hare not been ap
prehended. Scs.t.v H. Anthony anyg .Mrs. Til
ton did tell her tho ugly
story, and Mr. Tilton says
she did not. Unfortunately for Mrs
Tilton, Susau 13. has lircd to a good
old ago and has never been accussed
of prevaricating, of signing her name to
confessions or retrao'ioaa.oi' chci idling
an absorbing affection for a minister or
any other man, or of doing any tiling
worse than wanting to vote like a man
between tho two, licr statement will re
ceive the credence.
FRANKLIN (JOi'NTY'S illtllH
OF AN JiVENJNG.
One woman's taithful lore has just
met with a poor reward in Frauklin
oounty. Misi Annio V. Drown, of
that oounty "loved with a love" that
was ready to forgive all limits. Mr. J.
W. Rraahcars, also of Franklin, who
has cot bcoa long out of the penitou-
tiary, where ho served a term for liuv-
i-.- .i i i , .
mB unvuiopeu a loudness lor goiug
into other peoples' homos without
tlietr conseut and possessing himself,
also without their consent, of money,
watches and other small urtioles, easily
and convoniontly carried about tho per.
on. On tho sixteenth imt., Mr. Hruaii'
. I M l
ar auu jua nrowu wore maUe ono.
The hoiioymooa lastod jiut ono day
i riuay, .nr. urusiiears, wlm was
proudly walking tho streWH of Denton
was oonfrontod with tho unploasantap
pearance of u pistol held in the iufuri
ateu lianas of a gontlmnan named
Snyder, and compelled to luturn to
him the sum of lour hundred ond
twenty-fivo dollars, lacking tlx dollars
Drashears, who i young in years but
old in villainy, had told a pathetic
fctory of a mortgaged farm ami a dis
tressed wile and oll'uied to sell a five
hundred dollar nolo purporting to have
been given by I'opo A Co.. of
Dn Quoin, to Judge Drowning of Don
ton, Suydtrr'a ympatby ami the tempt
tatlon to make nevuuty-uvu dollars, iu
duced him to bocomo ttiu puruhttucr ol
what a few days rovcaled to be a worth
less piece of paper. Urashcara now
languishes iu juil ou a charge
of forgery and the too oonlid
incMiss ISrowu, the bride of an even
ing, laments tho wickedness of all men
and the villainy of ono.
ITS TREASURER SPEAK3.
Vienna, Ii.i.h., July 27, 187-1
J-.MTOH JJIJI.I.ETIN : Allow
through your columus to reply to an
attack made on me, by tho editor of
the Johnsou County 'Journal in his
issuo of tho 0th Inst., wherein ho otates,
that "I have refused or noglcctud to
colleet taxes fron the Cairo ,t Yincen.
nes K. H. Co., but opprocsed tho poor
citirens of tho couuty, in my fcfforts to
collect Uxci from them."
Jn reply, 1 desiro to make a simple
and truthful statement of the fab b
whioh aro as follows : For the good
and sufficient reason that tho 'Journal'
had mado several attacks ou the Farm
n' Organlration of this county, of
which I was a member and in sympa-
thy with, I Haw proper to exer
cise my poor privilogo of paying forf
and discontinuing my part of Raid
sheet this I did in a vepcctful man
ner, and this alono has been my eln.nnd
has brought forth tho articlo alluded
to, with It mulling .'eight ou my poor
Now for tho truth. Tho -Journal
man vtc kucw that an injunction liad
two rerved on m restraining tho col
lcoti n ol'llio tax,dtic from tin' A V.
11. 11. L'o. ond I liavo a.s
yet, had uo official notice
of said injunction being dissolved. As
fn 1ip balance of the statement, tho
whole community can give tho lie.
Tho object of the ' Journal ' in thin
attackinc mo is too thin. Tio patent
editor of that palenf oot, became
concion that lha " I-'nrmors " had be
como iiowcr to bo foarcil, if offended.
The light too late, butpuddenly, peno
tratod his obtuse craiieum. and madu
him aware tint his shcot was hatofuli
and an uuwelcomo visitor to a laigu
number of that organisation. I boiDg
one of the first to ducoiitinuu my pa
per, tho editor made thin willful mis
representation lor the express purpose
of intimidaiitig, in tho future, any poor
timid souls who might take it into their
head tit discontinue.
Alden has proved hiuiiolf n wwu-
pnlt'tt in a unialJ way nincc lie eamo to
this county ; we boasted two newspa
per olliccs then ; ho purchased nno of
fled, but failed to secure the legal print
ing. Tho Vienna ' Nuwi ' continued
to publish the proceedings of the
county board, free, as a news item, and
held the other county legal patronage.
Thi.s office (Tho 'News' he at once
(jolhlrA, Viiiidcrbilt like, and after
nnkiog the " corner '' on county print
ing, up 'goes tho rates 25 to SO per
cent. This too i all done for tho
good of tho dear people, who must take
bin paper, vote for bin ticket, or elic be
hold up to public execration.
. W'm. 11. I'hauci:,
Johnson county, Ills,
His Home and His Wife.
TMi.tt- Vntl- C I,, i. 1
There are but few people whose opin
ion is worth nothing upon tho subject
wuo uo not assert that tho I'lvmoulh
church committee, appointed as it was
upon recominondatinii of tho pastor,
who lumsolf tiamcd the gcntlemeu who
aro his triers, will not bo ablo to sat
isly tho public by their conclusions, as
the court ot law ulone can serve to cat
isfy the majesty of miud upon this
SOCIKTY ISSHAi:.VTO ITbVKUY VOI NI).
by tho asttu idtng revelations, whether
true or false, and all L'hrtatoiidom awaits
a just, open and final adjudication oi
tho great moral calamity pt the day.
.Meantime '1 huo'ioro 1 iltou boldly par
ade? tho Huscrtioii that when ho wai
being cross-oxniiiiued by tho committee
Ot l'lymoutli uhurch hu urged thnui to
adjeuru to incut in court. JL boldly
says, " 1 expressed a williugncs.s to bo
sued for libel, or to bo put iu any other
way bctoru a tribunal wlueli could
compel witnesses to testify under oath
and which could puniidi perjury with
the stato prison. If this ease, with all
the facts that lie behind it, rovealcd
1111(1 Utire'f'Llt.l Wf.rn t.ruu linfui-n ..
nril..il...l nnnW i ,a....,.l M 1
Ktatemeut had becu mado under oath
subject to eross.iucstioning and over
throws, lie Would bo comtielleil In
... . i
step down and out.' ' This may all
be silly bombast, but it ,s a challenge
to open trial, nevertheless in which
Tilton appears ready to Maud his
chance boloro a jury and abide the
ooincnucnccs of tho verdict. When
llenoral Tracey's attention was called
to this assertion ol Mr. Tilton by a re
porter of this journal he smiled oiiietly,
and, shrugging his shuuhlcrd, exclaimed,
" Well, lut him laku it buforo ihe
court. Who ii picventing him '! He
has the saino rcdrc.-s that any citizen
has who may consider himself ag
grieved.' Tho general i counsel for
Mr. Duceher, it will bo remembered,
and a legal tilt between hi insult and
Clcueral llutlcrdurlug iliu uutmuu term
of tlm supromo court would bo
A TltltKAT Ol' UAltKINTKUKST,
and even now thoru are those ta U
found who look forward to siwV. au oi--casiou,
which would divide attcntiou
with tho gubernatorial canvaM. Tho
coun-el for Mr. Dcccher is exceeding
ly rutieeiit upon all that transpires,
nevertheless L is ascertained the "mys
terious lady" wit ill's who testified be
fore tho committee on Friday night
was not Mrs. Ovinglon.
Mrs. Ovingtou will bo doubtless
called on to give testimony bcariii"
upon -1110 iucai nappy numo" ol which
Mr. Tilton speaks in his statonient.
Ho testified, it will bo remembered,
that the harmony of tho homo was un
broken till Mr. ltcccher entered it as a
frequent guest and friend. Mrs. Ov
iugton has been an intimate fiicml and
near neighbor of tlm Tilton family in
LivinyMou street for several years, anil
was aware of the domestic mislery
which exited. She knew of visitors
mtroduceJ by Mr. Tilton. Mrs. Ov
ihgton will uUo testify in reputation of
the assertion made by Mr. Tilton that
us wife had been led away from her
home by Mr. Deecher4 friends, ond
by tho advice of a lawyer (moaning
I "Crt wll0' llecchor had cent to
Mrs, Jilton. In theho particulars tho
testimony of Mrs. Oviugton, with
whom Mrs, Tilton is now stopping.will
be important. It is highly probably
that mora testimony will be received
upon the subject ot.that "ideal happy
Idoic," which Mrs. Tilton pays is "a
lamcntablo sntlro upon the household
wlicro ho himself fTiltou.) years be
lore, laid the corner stone of freo line
anddesccnii d its altars up to tbo tin:
of my dcpaituru. '
Yeitoiday m r jiuk Mr. Tilton vns
at Ins homo m 1 inogctou street, a
homo that ho lu? n.'t yet left, became
all at preterit is in an unsettled condi
tion in reference to the articles of to
paration between liinifolt and Mrs. Til
(on. The pailurs nl Air. Tillnu moule
gatitly I'tirnished, in n tyle that is ii -
dicativo ar more of nn aesthetic tuite
ihau an extniVLgance of oxpciiditiui.
Tho wal's oi'the !arj;or reception room
an) ojrcrcu witli oil paintings and line
engravings, the former lncluduir; nn
ideal head of Christ of considerable
beauty. A piano, parlor organ, n largo
seerotary desk and an artut's oasol, ou
which was resting sketches and books
of cii''r,ivini:s, wero tho prominent
articles of furniture. Beyond tho fold
ing doors ol this room is the inner and
moro prixato sanctum, whore two or
three can catber together for u uuict
chat and communion of soul. On the
mantelpiece of this room is Pul-h's
celebrated punting of Shakespeare,
and a Mrikint: norirait oi
Weudoll Phillips U placed 'to
tho left of this. Tho paintiuc. huwov-
cr, that is regarded of oven far greater
interest than those at the present timo
is one to the left of Shakespeare. Vcs
torday a capacious crimson rep couch
wu.s wheeled to that sido of the room,
and as Mr. Tilton reclined thereon,
nervously turning front side to side, the
very truthful icprcsentation, scorned aj
though it looked down upon him. The
artist has selected tbn attitude of lis
tening and Mrs. Tilton's bend is bent
slightly forward as if intensely inter
ejtcd in Iho talk of homo Imaginary
speaker. Theio is a brightness in the
eye that at once impresses the behold
er of this picture. There Ik also a
strange youtlifulncss about the face
on each bido of which arc heavy ring
lcls ofjjlauk hair. Tho bodice, which
is partly open, revealing tho muslin
that conceals the bosom, is faslonod at
tho neck by u brooch, given to htr by
Mr. Hcecher ou his return from his
last visit to Hurope.
SHOOTING FOR FUN.
A Sad Caso of it in Sangamon
ISprlngtlelil Ke;jter, Jlimda).
Wo gave iu our issuo of Satuiday
last a brief accounting of the fatal
shooting, iu Woodsid'o township, of
George iNclsou Socmans by Alias Ad
della Anderson. At tho Jimo, howev
er, wo weru without particulars, fur
ther than that tho ithooting was doco
without crininal intent, u fact to which
tho coroner's jury failed to givo oxprca-.
In view of this fact, Justice D&ugh
had no alternative but to hold her.
Accordingly he inl i mitti" "'
und bIio was to-day brought to the city
and given to the custtdy of tho sher
iff, but he did not commit her to jail,
as an application for her discharge ou
a writ of habeas corpus had been mado
to his honor, Judgo Zanc. This after
noon a number oi witnesses wcic ex
amined, including Miss Anderson her
self, and Mr. Sumiiaus, the father of
The shooting was witnessed by but
ono pai'ty, a lud by tho name of Wil
liam Collier, who testified that Miss
Anderson and deceased had been talk
ing ami laughinu together, in perfect
good nuturo ; that she was getting
ready to go away, and stopped to tho
bureau for a ribbon to put ou her hair;
that tdio picked up an old pibtol tint
was lying in a ilrawer, cocked it,
pointed at Seemans, and pulled
,"U . "Igger. J tlU pibtOl Was
too iriimer. Jiiu pisto
. ?J immediately
t pninn ij
ccmaurt started to run. uxclaim-
ing, "Oh (lod. Oh Ood !" and soon
full and expired. Other witnesses, in-
uj m, ,esl''"!j
1 ,r,0,,fy r,a T. I1? ,tho T?
eludtii'' Mr. Scomaiis. testified to the
tol had been Ivinu arouud lor a loriL-
till i . . . '
time, and that tho young people, in
eluding deceased, had been in the
habit of pointing it at ouu another and
snapping it. It was clear that theru
was au entire absence of any criminal
intent, and State's Attorney Hamilton,
when the testimony had all been elic
ited, stated that hu could not ask the
judge to hold her, find hr-r discharge
Tho judge, however, took occasion
to speak in terms of censuro of the
carulossness exhibited iu handling thu
weapon, including in his strictures Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, at whoso hnuso the
shooting occurred. Upon tho rulcasn
of tho girl, who is not yet fourteen
years of age, and quiet innocent look
ing, a number of gijntlumen, including
tho father of tho deceased, congratul
ated her upon hor acquittal. Sho was
considerably affected, and had, appar
ently, the sympathy of all tho hpectat-
SKSSIUN of Studiei In tbo
ST. LOUIS UNIVKKSITV
Will tfgln on
MONDAY, SU'niMDKH 7ttf, 1S74.
t .. t . . .
rur i-ronpeciui, RiTine; tarir ,, Imtruc
iiinn o parents, c.
!'i PPly t" or
UKV. JOS. 0 .HAIuN-l),.S.J,
atJ?f!t, t2,T"Nl1 Ml- Louli, Mo.
W00LCITS I'AIN PAINT
rurciill Hindi ol pi .in,. Yor ho by
f JAKCIiAY JlltO S.
Idle agenti lor Ala .vinilor. TnlnVI. Union
aU Hunin lounlUv?, (J.0-ll-2m
R, SMYTH & CO.
No. CO Ohio Lcvec,
Boot & Shoe
I I u
neiwen' 'IVntu nutl l.'IfU'litli Hlrirti,
Is prrpnmlto nil onltri wiiLuiit tUlay,
lie lias a nne tork of Imj f.Mid leather on
limiti, Jiit received from .NtwpcrW, ami ba
put down IlietirlcoH to lye luwcit liotrh,
S4 'Jill "
B. F. PARXErl
fSuotcsor to I'aiker &: Ulake,
PAINTS & OILS
WINDOW (5 LASS,
Ami tin: celcliruted llliimliiatlli
Urnu' DulMtng, Uth St. & Uomerclal A v.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth .Street and Commercial Arcniie,
Siocll ultentlon L-ive
en to IloUSK Siioino
It. W. M1L.LKI', l'u-slilont,
J. M. rilll.UI'S. Vice rreildfii',
fllAf. fUJNMNUIIA.M, Ciililr.
COLLECTION'S I'KOMl'TI.Y MADU.
i:.'f'.VNOK,Koln, bank note und United
.St.ito i-i'urltlf lon-lit ami vilij.
Interest alio wed ou time duposltk
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. IIAL1.IDAY. I'reslil.iiti
IIKNltV I.. IIAI.UDAY, Vlie lWdi'st.
A. It. SAKKUUI), uslikr,
WAL'I'hll IIYsl.Ol', Anxlxtaiit Canhler.
TAAISTXYI.0H, It. II. I'UNMNniUM
II. I.. llAl.l.lli. w. . iulmdiy.
II. I. II.I.IAM1UN, v:i'IIKN lllllll,
A. It. AKVOI(U.
LxclmiiKi'. Coin mid lnlted Slates
IliniiU Itouitlil and Sold.
and a feiierul tuiiiLin
I'JNTHKl'IUSK S A VINOS HANK.
CHAItrUtKll MAltCH 1, ISdll,
U'.ty national hank, oaiho.
A.II.SAKKOItl). Vre-ldent i
M. H.TAYI.OH, Vl.'e.l'n'iddent;
II. UYSI.or, uucreiury and Treasurer.
T. .M. llAltlLAY, CHAS. (iAI.inilKII,
J . M. HHiVKVLXTII, l'AUI. O, SCIIUII.
K. II. CU.SMlNiiium, II, I,. llAI.I.IllAV,
.1. M, 1'itii.urs.
INThltUST m,1 on deposits at the rate
ol t per cent, per annum, March lat and
September lt. lnterent not wltlidrawn Is
added luuneOlattly to I lie principal of the
llcpOtltH, ttll'll'liv KlVlnR ttlHll CUUlllOllDrl
MAUkltll WOUXN AND I'llILDllKK MAY
llKl'OSIT Mu.fKY AN1 HO ON K KI.'K
TAN Pit AW IT.
Opeu eery IiiiIiiuks dav fioin 0 a. in. to :i
p. in., and Sam,,uy evenings lor ru Iuk" de
Iio'ltH only, ironi it to H o'eloek.
V. HVeMH', Treasurer, r
ILL1AM It. HMITli, M. D.
HKSll)EKCK-.No, '21, Tblrtentn itreet
")tw(tn Waiblimton uvtaue and Walnu
traot. Ottlce I'i.coroniarolal vemio, up
III i i
ri() Am.i!(;i tir
A man Intending to do business must
first prepare himself to uifet thf re
qolrementi of hlg culomprs;,next he
must let every possible or prohabl
cuitoiuerknoTT that ho Ic no prepared,
Iu a vcrj small place he may TKLL all
thepcoplo what he ran do. InuUrse
,vllhilI0 h printed handbill, pouter, or
flrouUr, proper!) tlstrlhuted, wllllir
cflifnolon, but lYUOEVKR IS IN A
PLACE LAItlJK KNOlKill TO SUP-
pout a newspaper will find
that it is tdk. cheapest memem
thhouch which to adduessthe
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PINE MILLINERS COJ-
KitKSii si'hino noons.
MRS. M. JACK SON.
(Kermerly Mri. Hwandcm.)
ADnouncei;tbt L bu nut Oponvd a larK
UMrtmant ot tb
" "MOST KAflHIONA J
1 A DltAHDH01ir.il
MIIHnery Uooda to bo un 'i tiiumuiU'l
Sho will keep on band
Hats, Bommbtr, Flowku . I'.nmo',
Dhus TmuMiHoi 6r All Kind,
Ladiks KukMiiuiMa UoopH, Motion
Uollam, UiiviMUivu, Ilurr',
And all Roodi found In mllllury iie, -ot
which will be illped ol ft tlir lo
caah iprlcei. Mn, Jckon reipeuiuU)
uke a continuation of the pataonage w Ui
bai been io llbi-tally bonUowed upon Uei ,
the ladlee ot Calm and the vicinity.
Cirutr Slntf St.
Thi tnoit Btnovnui Speclalut i' tin An: ' "
trtatmtnt of PtttYATH, CURaUlO anJ Par
.Y.; i' DISEASE, SKMIXAL WJfAK.VKsa.
Vb rnwll i rtrlr d41jctiUm r M mi, w1imIa4
Iiitci'i.ics9,rwri.(i ok tu i ac, avimioxio
iocilir. WrAirio.iiiQiiT. Logs or uimoiv
diKiiooD rtiul. Ioiti.t cmw: tui citu or
WIDICiL LVr.RAniiz.'tni4(rflitkiU ki.i
..j.Llslel !. f B.rr;. Ik. loau
'tiunlw Ikf Mint. fw uitun, rrtM M mu,
MSlUlll TlH. LUlrUllf rUlil,
dltftl ktu&IUM f ft4.U, mtj MU m ftlAM. U4 4tUl,
I.T.U4J .mUe4 vllk ftliH4 arwlsltu, latri, (U4U-
Jobbers and Retailers of
Cliemicnls, l'atfiit Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilott Avtieles, Uruppint's Fancy CJooda, Collier White.
Lend and Other (.trades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tt he Colors, Dyo
Stalls, Etc., Ktc, Kte.
Wu Solicit cnrrcipondriiee and ordvrn from Driicxlrt, I'bynlclani and (Ipiicral Stor
Inwnntot (lood. In our I.Iiik. titeambont. l'lanUtlo'i und Kainll' Mvillclno ctci turn.
itied or UelUled vltli Urllablu JJrujji t Jli'spoimbli- Itatca
r WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
I Ohio I.cter.
T. J. KERTH,
RPPRWART. OR.TH &- CO , I
t nl i-1- in
HOLIOW WAHE AsO-
.Mmutictijrer and Jubtivr of
TJN, SH KKT I HON uJ COl'l'EK
l'uiiire, ltw-4 i.i.'i-. let- CibjIii Krii-zi-i"
- Yler Civ..l r', Wire Cloth Tur Wnl
dow 4-i-i,'i-n..l!iiiuii-i Wine.
Guttering Job Work
MADK A SOCIALITY.
Ai?ent lor tin-
Garry Iron Roofing Co,,'
The Iron Unofln,. In M.'.el.
Order from Abroad will Itcci'liv I'roi.'ijd
All woik doni' with Dlrpatih and Wntran
ted to Klvn riatlufnrtlon.
AT Wll.CO.Vri III.OCK KOIt Vl.OO
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & CUUNSELOU AT LAW
Ofllli'u Over Kimt I.nlloiml Hank. .'l-K-'Jiii
Johnll.MuUi')-. AVIllliiniC. .Miilkey.
MULKEY &, SON,
AtiOHKBYS AT LAW
( A ROi IL18.
uttii i;.j; i i blicsf, between Conuuor.
i".,ui.i,.i .' ihii.iutun avulillev. .'i-H-tf,
CiKJt. 1 lu GILBERT,
ty'-jV'.' AT LAW,
v ,;u n.i'.f )
Yfif..t. - .. CAIRO. ILI.W.
r. vi . I
GTSl'ie . ter.tlon Klveit to Ailnilrally
und 8tcili''J( id IjUihIucii
Oftioc; Ohio Levee, HoountT iindS o(
City Niitlnmd JUnk.
rim n on
KKTA1L vS: PRESCRIPTION,
WiiKhliijrton Are. eor. Eighth St.
iaik ii Illinois.
Coli.V I Y or ALllXAMir.il. i
Iu tht Cln iilt fourtof Ah xiiiidcr 'unn
kit- hiIht Imiii, A. It.
Ili nj iinlii S'jutli.inl
Hiiii Jl.iniifMi tnrlu Coniimu)-, Kigali
W. .Mna'nii. Dm id H. .MorKnn.aia.fi'
r.irnm. Wllfn-d Knin,. .Im-ii ll. Dean, S.
I htnaH 'I alur mid IMwIti l'lirncn., 'I'ru.toc
of tnc ( :(ri I ity rnijMTt)- (Mtnnatiy, Frank,
liti I.. r.rXrr,.l.vnt r.lll-. lid tie- ( Kauin,
Muiinin' Matlcld mid VluIam It. Drown,
(linn ol it. JlayUild and C., and WillUm
I c-1 1 1 1 n liir .Mc hiinlc'n I.Igd.
( Alllilatitor the non.rrldciiceof Klljnli V
Morgan, .laini-4 II. Dean, IMwIn I'arson,
, Kraiikliu l.. l'orker, Jnif Kill-, Mamtlni:
JUyllill and William .-torcr, abmc nauid
dulrudiiitii, liatlnx tx'co tiled In oilier of tlif
iltrk of ald court, notice l therefor hi-rrly
, tflM-u to you the m KIlJ.ili W. Morgan,
' .Unici It. Ilran, l.d'.ln l'aron, Krankllu 1..
, l'arkcr, .tame Kill, M.iunliiK .Mn) Helil and
William Murcr, that tho uomiilalnant Sled
hi- jirtltinn Inr a mectiaiilc'n Hen in
1 alil court on the third day of .J uric, A. 1,
IcTI, and th.it tln renMi a umnioii ! lu-d
t urn .( m. c.miiI ii-iiunl.le ii ilie tlnt ilon
da) liitliii month l Eicpti tnt.tr next a. tt
, iiuircdb) Uw,
Now, iioli'4 you ihnll eronally be and
ni;ier belnre raid court ou the ilr.t day o
tlm next (x-jiti'mlitri term the r cot lu be
holdrn iu thu i Ity "t I I rn In ald connty ou
,1111' Ilr.t Mnndn in Seiti i;iUer lint, mid
ileai!. Miner, or di-imir to tin iietltluu u
! i:iiniilnliunt. tho tun' and the )ii:itlri uud
i IhliiK" lln r. in rharKi'd und Hatiil will bi
I lalra u confekied mid ;i ileereu cntvri.'d
u'jIiiH )oll an-oiillUK t" I'm prri) i r of ..111
I netltlum r. it. t m.
(ii:oi((iK 1'UiiKi:, i .,,. i hrk
c l". Wiikkm:., , "'
t'alio, llllni. .In in- lllh, 1 "7 1
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvuii, over Mathua k l'lilV.
t&T Aour IhI Jir,t.fla LmVm,-t
SiiHbni, Morris & Cnndco,
7- Oiilo Lovto, City National llnuk
lliiililiii, C'Atno. Ii.i.h
Tie iiMtM ealilii.ii'd Affrnry In Homlirin
ICE. ICH1. ICE.
T.HOMAS SPROAT & SON
AV imU'il .il l RjtAil l il in In
l'UHK LAKE 10K,
Cairo, llllunlt, and Columbur, Kentucky.
I Cairo ollli'o ut Htilrn .V Wilton'-, corner
Twi'llth f'treet mid Ohio levce.
I Wu will 1 Un ill) U'u Wagon t lirnil-liout the
ii....... .l..il fi.lm. rinr.. I .Lu I..M III mil- liar,
II, IU .11 ...M ..nw.vw... -j .
I the cllf at ttiu Iiiwmt market prli'i', and
olll ul sit liirnl h our trleu'li oiitmdu the city
-with li'o ov thu I'-uku or car load, packed in
w w dust, for nh.'l'ment to any ilManoe.
DR. W. I5LAUW
Juaori Rlrck (up Main) corner 8lb Btro
and "Waiblugton ATonui,
M-31-tr, CAIRO, ILLINOIS