Newspaper Page Text
FKIDAY, JUIjY 31, 1874.
NSell rapornf thaCltr Cuiinlx
JUllN H. OHKltliY. KdlUit and IMildlshor
TKlMlfl OKT11K UAJLi UULUCTLN
One week, by carter 9 V.
One year by oarrier, In advance 10 00
Una year by carrier U not paid lu
adtaaee i'i w
) Month, by mall 1 00
ffcrte months 8 00
MxmosUi. 6 ifi
Om ytu 13 on
TKKUSOr TIIKLT BULI.KT1N
Una Year : (1 M
Six Mootb "
Tkree Wonthi M
Invariably In advance
JbwdlBB miillrr onerrrjr PW.
' - f thu Noruiul timtitutol
i nr. rcsbiou ..
at Carhoudalc closes to-day.
Tiir. gecond Woman' C'ouRren of
the Association fortlio Advaucouicnt of
Women, ii to bo held in Chicago in
October next. Among the lint of vice-
nmtAnnt wo nolo the name of Ih.
Alary SaflbrJ Make.
TilK SptrU JtepublicaoH and others
up that way are dissatisfied became
the Republican Congressional Conven
tion has been appointed to meet at
Mound City. it in notn central loca
tion aud cau only be approached by
circuitous railroad connections.
A St. Petersburg
gives an entirely new
diamond affair. It is
Grand Duke wanted
version of the
now said t lie
to niarrv the
American girl, and that his family de
vised tho diamond story aud its do
noumcnt tho more offectuully to
separate thorn. They should have al
lowed him to marry her.
G.s. Gordon denies thut ho is iu
lavorof a third term, and many south
ern newspapers, among thorn old Mid
influential one?, strongly condemn tho
idea. Thorn who fnvor it, in tho
outh, are the olficc-holdiug republic
ans, and politicians who have hopes of
becoming office-holder should the
scheme be successful.
.Sen. I.ooa.v is visiting his family
and friends in Murphyshoro, and look
ing alter his real oatato matters in
Egypt. The suspicion that he came
down to inspect the political lnndscnpo
comprising the Eighteenth Congress
ional district does him iutinito injust
ice, a Carbondulu letter writer says.
Certainly it does. The distinguished
gentleman is innocent m a lamb of
any such purpose.
11 v a singular and unoxplainable
mistake, a large package, containing
many copies of tho financial speech of
Senator Logan, found its way among
the official documents sent out under
tho frank of the post office department
The industrious olerk who addressed
the papers, failed to discover the mis
take until a large number of tli
peeohes wore on thoir way tn the
place of addrcas, too lata of course, to
What wan politic in the politics
tho last presidential campaign, with
Grant at the head of the Hcpublicau
tioket, it appears will he impolitic in
the next, with Grant at the head of
the ticket. Then ho was held up as
the ajicoial friend of tho colored peo
ple, to secure their votm, Now, hince
"White Leagues" uud "Black
Leagues" are iu the order the South,
the friends of tho president assume tho
rolo of tho whito muu's friend for him,
believing, apparently, that the white
leagues will command more votes than
the black ones.
Tin: proceedings ut the bale ol' short
horned cattle, near Paris Statiou, in
Kentucky, on Tuesday, was diversified
by a little affair not anticipated by
more than two or three of the thousand
persons prcseut at the Nile. .Shortly
before the salo began, Fuver.il members
of the Shropshire family of liourbon
county, Kentucky, attacked Mr. Geo.
W. llust, of tho National Stock Jour
nal, of Chicago, with a knife, whilo
one or two other of tho samo family
drew pistols and threatened to kill atty
one who Bhould interfere. Tho hyMmid
ens did interfere, howover, and the bel
ligcreut Shropshire were overpowered j
and removed. Hut their exhibition of
Kentucky chivalry exorcised a do
pressing effect upon tho mlo imd in
jured it to tho exteut ofseveral thou
THE VICKSli I'licfTHO IJJILKS.
The election iu Vicksburg to take
place on tho fourth of August Tuus
day next has caused much local ex
citemeut in that city and much com
went upon the subject by tho press fur
and wide. Tho existing excited statu of
feeling and the anticipated trouble may
both be traced indirectly to the feeling
caused betweou the black and whito
psople of the city, by tho civil rights
hill ; a correspondent of the Loukville
1 Courier-Journal r.elate tho circum
stances which ilirqctly contributed to
arouse tho bad blood between them.
A few weeks ngb, a waiter in a hotel in
Port Oilnon, Mi., eloped with tho
daughter of the landlord and repaired
to Vicksluirg, and in one ol tho
churches ol thnt city were married.
The affair cuu.ed rejoicing and much
boasting among tho colored clement.
One colored man, chancery clerk of the
county, made a speech to his nm
K..d fellows, claiming the uegto as the
rim it in it liiln. and i.cclariuir that if
ho wore single, nothing should deter
him from marrying a white wife. For
this aud similar foolish utterance, he
was denounced in tho pres. Jnd con
demned on the streets. He became
alarmed, had hlmcclf locked up in jail
afterward left the place. The excite
incnt increased and culminated hi white
nud black arming thcm.clvcs, the no
gros drilling in tho streets and tho
whites sending out patrols for their
I own protection at night. The white?
,ovd the more ZTXtiMu 1e
blacks concluded that it was the part
of wisdom to cease the causeless con
test. Tho governor's call for troops was
oteiisibly eatifcd by tins concniiun o.
the i (fairs of tho cityreally, soys the
correspondent, it was occasioned uy
tho fear that the radicals would he tic
feated hi the approaching oleetinu.
Confessions anil Explana
tions. The Great Preacher's Domestic
1 he New York Graphic publishes
the following us the defense which Mr.
ileecher iiropofcs to offer in his com
ing detailed statunieul to tho Ply
mouth church investigating committee:
"The document will be a very pow
erful and-strtliug one, aud will make
some confessions which will create us
great a surpriio as did Tiltou's now fa
mous pro-nutation of his alleged per
sonal grievances. Mr. needier will
ncknowlodgo that, sinco tho beginning
of his ministry, ho lias lieeu beset uy
letters addressed him from women, ex
pressing great personal admiration
adoration, indeed of him as a man
nud os a minister. Ho will show that
communications of this nature are con
stantly received by every noted man in
tho comuiuury, ami mat u is espe-
ciully the late ol clergymen, poets anu
actors, to do tne recipients m mesu uu-
. - . i- ..
normal ueuioiisiraiions iruiu wumcu
who are generally diseased physoiogic
ally and psycolopically.
"After tins general statement oi a
well-known fact, Mr. Heecher will nl-
ltido ta tho case of Mrs. Tilton, who,
it teems, conceived for him a most ex
travagant passion. Knowing tho lady
from childhood, and having uiarncu
her to her husband, and been on tcrtnB
ot close social relationship with them
both, ho was led by a strango intatua.
tiou to submit to ner ii.ianuisumeuis,
and au intimacy was formed which,
while it was not criminal, was repro-
hcusilih!, or at least put him in n posi
tion which made Mm scorn to no a
great wrong to Theodora Tilton. Ho
will confess that both he and aire, i u-
ton were vorv emotional, iriven to ex
aggeration in sentiment ; and that the
correspondence between thorn was
not that it should nave necii
between a pastor aud a lady,
that lndy tho wife of his
friend. Hut the peculiarity of tho caso
was, that Mrs. Tilton complaiucd bit
terly of her husband's self-sufficiency,
and want of kindness to her, aud pos
siblu infidelities, and she looked up
to .Mr. Heecher to giVo hor that affec
tion and sympathy which she failed to
find at home. Mr. Heecher will ac
knowledge that ho toyed with tempta
tion! that he n Unwed kindness nud ex
pressions of a sympathetic tomlt-i ne-s
for Mrs. Tilton, aud that shu reciproc
ated them to a real degiee, so much
so that, while not actually guilty of
any wrong to Theodora Tilton, ho so
far compromised himself and the lady
as to render necessary, as it appeared
to his mind, the letters which he euh
ceiuenlly wioto tn Mr. Moulton aud
Mr. Tilton, humbling himself beforo
thu latter s before God for his extra
vagnint demonstrations of affection for
the wife of his friend.
" Hence, while he will declare that
ho was guilty of indecorum ; guilty,
perhaps, of leading a wife to love him
nior'j iliau her husband ; guilty, po.i
Ll v, iu the depth of his sympathy for
her, and iu allowing his impulsive na
ture to lead him away, lie will insut
that his relations with Mrs. Tilton were
no inoio intimate or blamable than the
religious flirtation with the priest in
dulged by ' Catherine Gaunt,' the ticti
tiocs character quoted by Mrs. Tilton,
iu which ho will find almot u perfect
parallel for this cafe. Furthermore
ho may be expected to show that his
position has been greatly cmbarrased
by the fact that malignant rumor had
already been making free- with his
name, uud that owing to tho unhappy
personal peculiarities nf ono near and
dear tohim.whoiio ungrounded jealousy
was the bane and torment of his life,
hluries had been invented and circul
ated which had injured his fair fame
aud did him grievous wroug, which,
however, ho was debarred from denying
by the fact that, in branding those
falsehoods as they deserved, h'o would
have necessarily been forced to t aenfico
one to whom ho was bound
by thu tendered and most sacred
ties which cau oxist between man and
wonian. Ho will thow that the difli.
oulty in this whole cafe was due prl
Kanly to tho extravagant jealousy of
this inmate of his family, whofe
teeming imagination had conjured up
amours upon his part which had no
foundation in fact, and who was over
ready to apply theories of her suspi
cion to the slightest figment of appar
ent fact, until his whole existence was
filled with apprehension. In this
connection, Mr. Heecher will explain
why, from this eauce, he was for years
compelled to abstain from pastoral vis
its to the f.unilicH of his congregation,
and forced to demand the appoiutmont
of Mr.Halliday whodlschargedthis im
portant part of hi duties, simply be
cause he could not be seen with a wo
man without being nibjcct tn supi
eions which filled him with anguish.
"It is mM Hint Mr. Heecher s stati
mentofhu domestic troubles, owing
to tho daugerous and painful hulluciu
ations which ho has been constantly
compelled to combat, and of which,
from their very nature, it wus iinpois!
hie for him to speak openly, and the
unhappy affair of Tilton and his wife,
will constitute his formal defense one
of thu most curioiuly dramatic and in
teresting papers over prcfented to tho
public. Tlin.'o who already know
tho tiatuie of its contents piedict that
it will make grest revelations, which
will not only fettlo htially tho troubles
in hit own family, but will fully c
count for tho peculiarity of his rela
lions with Tilton and UU wife, and set
at lest at once and forever tho other
terrible scandals connected with his
numi) already given to the public, and
further threatened by Mr.'. Wood
hull and other iiulicners of his good
THE sriCIDE OK YOUNG
Jilt EXT" Ol' PAKlfc-', KY.
C'lui-luiiHtl Knijulrer Paris iKy.) Spi- lul.
.lames, A. Brent, son of S. C. Hrcnt,
ol this city, ugod about twenty-four
cars, committed suicide iu his rooms
last night about one o'clock, by shoot
ing himself through tho heart. He
was a elerk in his lather's bank, and a
young man of much promise, and
stood high with tho coiniuuuity. Jast
night ho a'.tcudcd a social dunce at the
Bourbon hon-a, leaving thoio about 112
o'clock in apparently good spirits, aud
going directly home. His sister, who
remained later than he, ou returning
homo discovered him lying dead on the
floor of his i ooui. Ow ing to the storm
of thunder and rain that was prevail-
ingot t tin timo, his parents did not
hear the report of the pistol, and the
first intimation tlicy hail of the terrible
tragedy wero tho shrieks of his sister,
His reasons for committing tho rash
act are unknown. Jio was widely
knowu, and the affair lias cast a gloom
over tho entire community. This makes
tho eighth person who has attempted
to commit suicide in tliU county this
month, throo of which havo proved
IMIIonal hi same iujicr.
in: iiikd roii ii Kit.
The sad suicide- of James A. Hrcnt,
at Paris, Kentucky, is the one theme
among tho many hero who know his
beautiful sister and the great worth of
all of his family. J To was engaged, it
teems, or at least paying serious atten
tion, to Miss Kate Spears, a lovoly aud
accomplished young lady of Hourbou
county. " All her wealth rail iu her
veins j she was a gentle woman.', It
camo to her cars, whether truly or
falsely wekuow not, thatthc elder Hrcnt,
the wealthy banker, had objected to
the alliance for which his sou was anx
ious, ou the ground that Miss S. was
poor. In tho (iiiek-spreadiug gossip
of the village alas ! that Arcadian
unss should ue subject to so tatal a
simoon thu high-spirited girl heard
of tho cruel speech which had laid at
her doors the greatest of the modern
crimes. When her lover camo to hor
that uight "all in tho purplo twilight,"
he was mot with tears instead of smiles,
which wero his wonted welcome. Ho
was informed that he need con
tinue his attention no longer. Never
could she enter a family by which
such an objection could bo urged. The
lover implored in vain for a reconsid
eration of this determination, Mid left
with the threat that unless hopo
was given him within twenty.
; four liours ho would seek or forget hor.
jur uiu grave leiuemuers nci. Ijov
eis havo so sworn ever since the now
moon first rose, and have as often bro
ken their vows, and thu proud girl
ovor whtiehand young Hrcnt bent his
head for the last time eie he hurried
away and disappeared in tho dUlant
gloaming little realized that she had
scut him to his death. The tragic and
dramatic result is already known to
our readers. The pistol-bullet which
went to his heart brought rest to him,
and he recked nut of the agony of
thoi-o who loved him, of tho bhock to
the sister who entered his room,
flushed with tho triumph of a reigning
belle, to tell her pictty, t-istcrly story
of the ball, aud found him dead ou his
bed, iu the primu of his manhood, .the
vigor of his intellect aud the fullness
of his promise,
A corie.-pondeut of the Now York
'Tunes,' writintr from London
of this famed, falsely named htrcet,
Thu row is tho general rendezvous.
Tho people on horseback nro ulwuys a
pretty sight, or ut least tho liories nro ;
Imt tho most wonderful purtof the show
is tho people who sit ou chain ou the
path under the trees ormake believe to
walk, for movement in such a squash iu
almost hopeless, and tho promeuadcrs
scarcely do more than "inako time," as
tho soldiers oiuetiuies do. The scene
is like a panorama from tho fashiou
books. Every style of costume is pa
raded for inspection, nud tho long lino
that unfolds an endless ribbon of rain
bow hues. It is impossible not to bo
struck by tho increase of brightness aud
picturesquoness iu the female attiro of
to-day, compared with what it was a
fow years ago,
Modern dress, however, if more bril
liant and Btriking is, it must bo admit
ted, scarcely so modest as it used tobo,
and it would seem to ho chiefly do.
eignod with the object of nt onco cov
ering and discovering the figure. Tho
closely fitting Urcss of the fourroau
type is almost universally adopted,
and offers a somewhat aggressive
challenge to tho cyo. There
may be a piqanoy in its boldness, but
it certainly detracts from the soft and
tender grace of womanhood. The
tight clinging robo ol diaphotious gos
samer, which is appropriated to the
ctui-nuditv of cvooiug dress, is Blill
more alarming. There aro inaiiy in
dications of tho possession of wealth,
and tho multiplication of sudden for
tunes. Tho paco ol social competition
grows more lurious, uud good taste is
sacrificed to the ovulation which com
pils remark if not repcct.
Kongo seems to ho coining more
commonly into use for fair checks.
The footman' powdered hair is be
coming the rule rather than the excep
tion, und everybody who nhooes sports
a cockade on tho mcu cervnnts' hats.
I'ntil lately powder was regarded as
un exclusive badge of an old and dis
tinguished family, nnd n parvenu who
floured his servautH heads was laughed
at. The rule which rcstrictrd the
right to use cockades to officers of the
army thu cockades being, iu fact, uu
old military oruuniciil used also to
be ttriclly observed ; but nil these dis
tinctions arc now, perhaps very natur
ally, being swopt away, und the only
limit to what poople may do, if lhoy
choose, is the Inneth of their purses.
All Iho rich people iu tho country come
to town for at feast a lew weeks
months to spend their money.
Mr. John F. Clark of Now York ought
to ratio the wacoi of hit servant ulrl
Mar; Quan Clark rocontly gavo a helping
band to a police officer who wai attacked
tiy a crowd of "roughs." The crowd
wero boatou ifl, but thoy "potud" Clatk
t.1io liooM a corner crocery and bas a
dwollmc adjoining. Mary Quan Is in
Clarie s kitchen, and sbe sleeps In a room
between the kitchen and tho store. She
board a nolto In the kitchen after
IV o'clock tho other night and got up to
sou what wai thu matter. Shu saw
a blir whiikered man In tho
kitchen with a pile of llht wo id On the
llour and cuti of col oil pouring on tbu
wood, und a box ol male be. ready lor use
lie was (vultnllv nmivirlnc to make
tiro, lut Mil v atked the fellow what ho
was dolnp there. Uo stopped hit work
erabbod the ulrl by tho throat and com
Wen cud slrt'irliui; her. She cftuebt hi in
by tho wbikur aud tugged 10 vlolinlly
that liu ud ohifcod to looiw hu bold
Mary unmet: away from him, und hutolJ
hor If ibu inn Jo buy noljo bn
would kill bur and throw btr body tn the
tire he was about to build. Shu
mtdu no noltu but dimppoarod In her
rcom. She wont Into tho grccory store
and icon reanpoarud in the kitchen wltl
a blir cbcvn knlf. Tho Incendiary
reached for her again and she plunged
tho knife in bUebo u, and continued
backinc: and slabbinc him obl'o be was
getting out of tho kitchen by tho window
Tdn ..1,1 tliAn 1n4 ,1 n tlat.r, l.nl tVi
fbo clrl thon railed nn alarm, but tho
police wore not quick onoueh to cat:
tho villain, Uo wst doubtless ono of tho
tfiui: with which Clark and tho polir
otficttrs had the difficulty. Such a scullery
maid as thnt girl is vorta baving
FJMT NATIONAL BANK
It. W. M!I.Li:ii, l'ieldoi,t,
J. M. nilM.ir.H, Vice rmldent.
CIIA-. rUNNIMSIIA.M, Older.
COLLECTIONS TJIOMPTLY MADE.
i:XCIIAN(!K,rnln. bank notes and Pulled
Sate uTiirltlei bought ami sold.
Interest allowed on tliup deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIALI.IDAV. Pre-hhiili
MUSHY I.. 1IAI.I.IDAY, Vlee Piecldi-t.
A, II. .-.UTOItl), I iixhler;
IV.W.Trtlt IIYS1.UP, As-l-taiil CuhIiI.t.
SrA.US 'I'A' l.ltll, It, 11, ('UKKINUIIAM
II. 1 H i.i.iiiav, W. P. IIai.i.idaV.
(I. I. Wll.l.lAMrON, Ti:i'IIKN IIIIIM,
A. II. .SaKKOKI).
Exchange, Coin uud United States
Hands Honglit nnd Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general batiUii;;
ENTEHPJU.SE SAVINGS J1ANK.
CIIAItiEltEH .MAUCII 111, ISO!).
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIUO.
Oi riCEKS ;
A. II n.UTOHI), President ;
H. 8. T YI.OH, Vfee.'rcldent ;
II. HYL) Hrerctarv and Tri-asuier.
P. M. Hakci.av, ciurt.OALmnr.it,
P. M. SnicKiLarn, 1'aiii. (I. Sciiuii,
II. II. Ctl.N.NI.NIillAM, II. I.. IIAI.I.IDAV,
.1, .M. Pllll.I.ll'S
I.NTKltUST paid on deposits ut the rate
ol lx ner runt, nnr unniini. .March 1st and
t-eptviubur lt. Intert not withdrawn lij
uuueu imiueoiately to lUf pringipui 01 uie
depolt, thereby giving tut m compound
MAniiir.n womkm axp oimimr iav
PKI'OSIT MONKT AND NO O.MK KUT.
CAN DRAW IT.
Open every butlncsa lav from i a. in. to 3
p. 111., and batu.tlay evenings lor mliigi de
poilts only, Iniiii (I to 8 o'eloel;.
Yt JIYLOP. TreaMircr,
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Curei all kinds ot pains. For sale by
D Alt CLAY II HQ'S.
Jolo agents lor Alexander, Pulaski, Uulon
and )(aic couutlei. Ct-O-ll-lfia
A man IntciiilliiK to do business must
first prepare him f If to meet the rc-
iilromeiits of ids customers; next he
must let every possible or prohahlc
customer know that he Ir. so prepared
In a very small place he may TKLL all
the people what he can do. Inn large
village is printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly Ulitrlbated, will tie
rflicnrlnn. hut WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE L.VHHE ENOUGH TO SUP
POUT A NEWSPAPEIt WILL EIXI
THAT IT IS THE CHE APEST MEDIUM
TIIKOUUH WHICH T(j ADIiKESSTIIE
! B "5
1 13 3
1 CJ K
. 1 1
FINE MILLINE R j
FltESIl SPK1NG GOODS.
MRS. M . JAUKSUH.
(Kormorly Mrs, Swtnders.)
Announce s;that aba hu juit openeil u large
assortment ot tha
MOST FASHION Ad.
Millinery Uooda to bo uu tbu mat K
she will keep on band
Uats, Uomhkth, Flowku , ttniiiowi.
Dbkss Tkimuiwoh or all Kinum,
LXVIM KURNIBUINO O0OD8, MoTlON
Collahs, UMtiKRaLKKVEa, Hurra,
And all Roods found in millinery rre,
ot which will be disposed ot tt the )o a
ca.h prices. Mrs. Jackson rcspe.m
asks a continuation of the pataonae w. 1
baa been so libctally bestsowed upon hor .
the ladles of Calm and the vicinity.
cm cau o.
Thtmott Jtinowd Bptdatut c thi Am. bit'.
Irtatmtnt 0 l'RIVATS, ClinOSlC and UU1
.WW' DISEASES, SEitlXAL WXAK.YESJ.
I lit ruoll t W1I7 lodiicntlMt r it.r , 4im1il
mTCcsviss.rnu'ua oh tut txc, avisiiox to
SOCISTT, MrAIMD BIODT, LOB Or MIMOIT f
IIAMOOO rub, 'CVTLT, CnSIO. TUS CISiU or
krmciL UTtiiTmr. niuri4 ua k.i m.im
tlfUlsltf vbB BUT7,vbjal, S, TS IY41aMaU
UttAtrUo, utan, out ulim rrtMtatwu.
Mall(UllM4M H. LOlM rlrt.Jl IW4,
tMltkl iw4m r a4r su hIIk aAinM IU fetur,
ItnOUt ktIM vtta, tHttM apwuuati, tavi, SH4&4
MK, (wtllimiml litUr4itaM4.
ill! f n
Jobbers and Retailers of
ChemicnlH, Patent Afedicincs, iVrftuiu'vy, Soapn, Bruslios,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy (J ootid, Collier AVhite
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, 'Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower .Material, Trbe Colors, Dve
StuIVs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wo Solicit cnrrenpondencc and ordcrii from PnwlM-, PhyilofaiK and Oi-neral Store
In want ol (loodi In our Lino. Steamboat, Plantation nnd Kami I) .Medicine cum lull
Ithad or Helllled with llellablo l)rui(s at Htatouablit Kates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ohio Levee.
a ; t.
BEER. WART. ORTH St. OOu
S T O "V IE S,
Manulacturui aud Jobber of
TIN, BHKKT IKON and
Water Cooler-. Wire Cloth for Wld-
dow .erceiit,.laiiBiieil are.
Guttering and Job Worlt
MA DM A SPECIALITY.
Airent tor the"
WHU J A1UU AWUUUg WU.
The het Iron Hooting In the Market.
Order from Abroad will Itecelvc Prompt I
All work- done nlth Dlspnteh nnd Wairan
ted to (jlvu SatUfactlou.
AT Wir.CO.Y'S 11I.OCK TOIl l.f)0
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS OOUNSELOft AT LAW
Olfilco Over Plitt Nalloiml Hank. il-K.Qni
John II, Jlulkey.
William ('. .Miiikey.
Olbitj; i.'y,ni ittv-jl, hntween Coinmcr
i'ImI j.'iii. ! lyyeiiuei", fi-U-lf.
GREEi'i fc GILBERT,
lei.l.on s-'Ix r-n to Ailmlrallr
Ohio Le.vcc, Uooui7 ar.d S oe
City Nathmnl Ihuk,
bO fi-10-tf. ' '
H IT ill Uii
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION)
Washington Ave. cor, Elgiith SI.
I O .
Mam-, ii Illinois,
i.oiTSTViir Ai.i;XANni:n, ,
In IlicClri iilt C ourt of Alexander i 'in
(iti inU-r term, A. I). 171,
llcnjjmln Southar I
linnfi Manufartiirlnt ('ouiimuy, Kigali
W. Morgan. Ilavid II. .Mnri;au, Llu-i- P
Parknii. Wltfri-.l Kalne, .tallies II. Dean, S
' .StaaH'lajlorainl IMwIu Paron, Truiten
nfl lie aim l ily Prujxjiiv ( oinnany , Frank
Uu l P.rker,.lainf 1 i:lli, ll.i tt r Kanu-,
, Mainline ,Mull''M )d Vi I lam It. Ilrnuii,
'rtrui nf M. .Mnyfifld and Co. and Wijiiam
J'etltlou lor MiM-hanlc's Men.
Allldailnr the ncni-n-hldcnrenf Kljkli
Morgan, .lame 11. Dean, Kdnlu Patsou,
, franklin 1.. Parker, Jttuen Kill, .Mannni
Mairii'ld and Willlim .'tiirer. above naind
di-relidant. Iiivlnii Inch tiled In oilier of tilt
rlerk of nld conn, notice l therefor hereh)
' chun Ik you the ld Utjah W. Jlorvun,
, Jimisll. Dean, i;dilti I'arnoiin, Kranklin 1,.
1 Parker, .laluei Kill", llauuliiK jlavUcld r,nd
1 William Storer, tba the r?llUliiiiU bled
b iK'ltlliiti lMr .. i.H'cb,tno 1 UVn to
ljl inw in tho third day of .luni-, A D
I liSTt, und that thereupon a Mjinuion lmed
out ot .dd court retiinnibln ra tlie ilrt ilni
da iu tlio month ol e)teiiibcr n vt a Ii
Nui,unlc. )Oil thull iieronally l,e an I
appear hctnre ald eniirl 1111 the tirt d.ij o
Uii- next (iJeplemher) term ibi-reol v, ha
holdeti In the i lly ot Cilrn In ald rountf 011
tin' llr.l Monday lu eitember next, and
pleail. uiiawvr, or ilcuiiir lu the pvlitloii i
' eutiiplaliMtit.tlie ktuie and Iho nutter- and
1 tlilliKi IbiTilll ehirKi-d and 'Uled will
taken ai con(eed aud a decree cnti-icd
H'aln-t you uci'ordlt) in the prayi r of -nd
petitioner. It. ? ion .if.
lif.oitr.i: i isiiKit, . . . 1 rk
S. P. WllKKLI:', , Al,'
Cairo, lllinn 1, ,ltw llth, 1-iTl
Ohio Levee, over Mathti A I'hl
hut jtmt-rhtft Comjxini'ri
SalVonl. Morris k CiumIcc,
1n.su hanoi: Aoi nt.s,
.'1 Ohio l.ovcc, City National
Huildiiitf, C.Uito, Il ls
olile.l e.labllhhed Aircncy in Sonun i
llllll'ili, reprcelltlli ovel
RoW. Wood & Oo
Foiuitiilns, VastK, Anlmnls. Iron.StalrH,
l.niun l'iit, StuhloFlttliisi.i,
NKWand IMItOVKPDCllAIIt lorihatre,
Conceit nod Lecture UalU.
Aud a General Assortment of Orna
montal Tron Work.
Kttlmaica and ilcklgns letiton nppltcat
itattnK the clan at work desired,
NKW J'OUK STOxilJ,
WOOLKSALfi AND UKT.JL.
llttORST VAB1HTT STOOlt IH T1IH C1T
lorlier vt SUicln.iiH, nri-i
t.. O. l Alith