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J NO. II. OBEKLY, General Manager.
Only Morning; Daily lu Southern Illinois.
Thou. Nttlly, Kdltor.
KIR STATR TUHASt'IlKR,
EDWARD L. CltONKItlTE, of Stephenson.
TOR alTKRISTENIlBNT of Pt'HI.Ifl INSTHt'CTIoN,
SAMCEL M. KTTEK, of McLean.
ton CLKHK OP TIIK l!l'UKK COVliT, SOCTIIJillN OBANO
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB CltllK or THE APrKlMTI! COlItT, HIIT111R.S
UI1ANII IJIVIf ION,
JOHN Q. HAKMAN. of Alexander.
FOB OONOIlKSS-ElllllTliBSTII CONllllKMIONALMaTIIItT
W. J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
FOB RBPRESKNTATIVK ftCTIBTII aENATOIUAt 111
TIIIIT. T. W. IIALL1DAY, of Alexander.
T. T. HOWS 80S. of Jackson.
Sin. JOHN II. OHEKLY
will address the people at the following tlmei and
Gulconda. Friday evening Angnst In;
Dixon Springs, Saturday. August 1";
(Jrantsville, Monday, Austin;
Burnlde, Tuesday. August l!
(ioroville, Wednesday, August 31 ;
Parker' School House, lu Elvira Township, Wed
nesday evening, Angunt 21,
lly order of the Congressional Committee.
August 10. 1HTS.
A member of the Louisville school-board
resigning lii pcsitinn, says, thniugh the
tVraricr-Joarnul : "I do it calmly, ami not
in a spirit of BjMintnni-mis comlmstion."
Fort saying that a financial fanatic is one
who tellK the people "tlicre U an easier way
of making a dollar tl.an iwiuarely earuinif
it," a poor fellow in denounced ly Dowdall'8
DemtM-rat as "a dirty, lyiny, liard-nioney
scoundrel and tliief."'
JiDciE Gheex, chairman of the Demo
cratic Coii:,rrc,ioiul coininitte'-, authoriz
na U) atalc that Mr. I). T. Liin-j.'.ir will ml
drea the people of Cair upon political
matters at an early date. The mectim.',
when btttied up'in, will lie made puhlic
tlirouyh The Ucllktis.
'We have only one Uriah Heap in our
district'' exclaims tlto Massac Journal, anil
then thanks God for it. Since the attempt
made by Cairo Ilepuhlicans to defeat C'apt.
Thomas for the nominatioa, we have Keen
nothing wl unkind os this thrust at him in
the house of his fiieui'.s. Ingratitude
reaches its climax in this iuitance.
Let us suppose a cise : If Jonen, Brown,
or Smith, docs not pay his taxes and his
property is abundant security for them, w ill
Bomi.' of the fellows w ho are howling about
Judge Allen step to the front ami point out
to us just where the loss cone's in to the
jHMtple. There is the property and there is
the otlieial whose duty it is to protect the
pwplo against loss by delinquent taxes.
What can be clearer than this? Out of his
own mouth the slanderer always condemns
Oku friend Knykendall has donned his
warpaint and feathers, and is devoting
himself to "making coup" on his opponent,
Mr. G. W. Young, the Independent cniuli
data. "Kuyke" is a Johnson county Re
publican, ami that statement conveys vol
umes. A heroic Jcontenipt for pulilie schools
and all the agencies for helling civilization
Is a cardinal point in tho faith of these
poor, benighted fellows, If they must have
ono of their own kind to represent them, by
all means let it be "Kuyke." He is honest,
illiterate, manly and imu ular.
Hon. Matt Cahpentku does nol conceal
Jiis anxiety for a re-election to the U.S. Sen-
aio irom Wisconsin. Senator Howe, of
course, desires a re-election ulNo. One
would expect the AihninUtration.so bitt-rly
assailed by Howe, would assist Carpenter,
who has not taken either side in the light
against Hayes. But the reverse seems to be
tho fact. In his Senate speech lnt Spring
Howo was particularly abusive of Secretary
flchur., yet Secretary Schuiy, semis his only
Wisconsin Bureau () Ulcer, Ueiitlv. of the
Pension Ofliee, to that Stule to work in tin
interest of Howe sad against Carpenter.
WuKKEVKit a Democrat hears the story
that is licing circulated by tho enemit u of
Judgo Allen that ho collected money for a
client at Capo Giraadeau, and failed to pay
it over, let him nail it as a lie. Judjjo Allen
paid over flic money to this client, reserving
a portion of tt-ns a fee, n lie claims was his
right and due. The client comes into court
and disputes this. Those- 'who are circula
ting tho slander are usurping the functions
of a court of justice, and deciding to their
own satisfaction what that court only can
settle. It is with such absurd stutf as this
that the Radicals and their allies in the Na
tional ranks thiuk they can injure Allen be
fore the people.
Paiitiki In Mamac county tlilnk that Allen will
be withdrawn on account of his record, and that tho
Democrats will anpport Davis. The giant neems
lotting his etreiigth, nipldly.-Muciiac Journal.
Tho parties in Massac county who think
so are Thomasites, nnd with them the wish
is father to tho thought. Judgo Allen is
on tho track find will remain there, God wil
ling, until the close of tho polls in Novem
ber. Then tho people of this district will
bo heard in the halls of national legislation
through a "giant" in patriotism and in abil
ity. Tho pigmies of Metropolis-build and
of tho caliber of S. I. D. will have been
buried under tho votes of a people w ho have
been oppressed for years by Republican
The Johnson County Journal snysthc Re
publican candidates are "in favor of every
thing that will be in the interest of the
country." This is about as near as the aver
ago Republican can come to defining his
political principles. Republican authority,
however, no less eminent than Mr. Curtis'
tho editor of Harper's Weekly, recently said
that the Republican party has a very dan
gerous way of considering itself the country,
so that if the Journal desired to be truthful
it would have said that the "Republican
candidates are in favor of everything that
will l)o in the interest of their party." To
this extent does their patriotism go no
Tub Springfield Register in an article
mantaining that most of the men of wealth
an 1 station in this state began life poor,
takes the present state administration to il
lustrate its position, and says Gov. Cullom
was a fanner's boy, ami made his first dol
lar by teaching a district school in Taze
well comity; Andy Shuman started as a boy
in a drug store, but was so fortunate as to
get to learn the trade of a printer; Geo. H.
Harlow is a cabinet maker by trade: Ed.
Rutz served as an enlisted man in a regular
battery ;T. B. Needles began as a loy in a
Washington county store ; S. 51. Etter, an
Ohio farmer's lsiy, was so poor that he
walked fity miles to attend a country board
Rey. Mk. Sciimidz, a German Lutheran
preacher, recently injected into Pope county,
pretends to bo a Democrat, but is really
circulating Republican campaign docu
ments, there. He is doing his work slyly
and has evidently stolen the garb of heaven
to servo tho devil in. While ostensibly a
Democrat, he gcs from place to
place seeking German voters, and
apealing to them to desert
Allen and support Thomas. He spends
two-thirds of his waking time in saloons at
Golcomla, buying beer for the boys and
abusing the Judge. Of course he is a hired
emissary of the Republican managers, who
seek through him to disafieet the German
Democrats of Rope; but as this class of
Democrats are not easily gulled, we enter
tain no apprehensions as to their loyalty to
the principles and candidate of their party.
It is however just as well that they should
be warned against tho wolf in sheep's
clothing that is now circulating among
them. A political party that was not fast
going to its doom would hesitate betore
resorting to such dishonorable practices
to achieve success, but in the light of re
cent events, and the desperation which has
seized them, the Republicans chitchat every
straw that would seem to prolong their
hold upon the public purse
The Massac Journal lias this in its last
We aru liidulned to Col. Ingrain, of the Industrial
Tribune, fur the following otlliial Itgures, taken from
the lav In ink" if .) u k m m county,
Wo desire to call the attention of Demo
crats who are at present alliiliating with the
National organization, or who are contem
plating such a change of front, to a few
facts connected with this subject. The Mas-
sac, Journal is a thick-ami thin Radical pa
per. It is the home organ of Capt. Thomas.
Ingram, until his recent pretended change
of heart, was one of the most blatant and
uncompromising Republicans of the district,
and his Nationalism him all along been sus
pected by his party associates. What does
ho do? lie constitutes himself a smelling
committee and goes nosing into the county
records of Allen's home, believes that ho
has diacoveied a initio of iniquity, and
straightway rushes oil" to the organ of tho
Republican candidate for congress, ami im
parts his informulion to it. What evi
dence could be more conclusive than this in
showing that this prelcird.ai National is still
In the service of the R-publii ,nis; and that
tlmmgh him, and others like him, tho do-
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY
feat of Allen is to bo consummated by using
unsuspecting Democrats as their tools?
Surely, such instances as this furnish food
for reflection by Greenback-Democrats.
Every day of this canvass confirms, by
irrcfragiblo proof, the tact that Nationals,
who havo heretofore been Democrats, aro
Iwing Used as instruments to secure tho
defeat of Allen and tho success of Thomas.
All tho leaders of tho Nationals in this
district have been Republicans of tho most
rabid stripe, and while they aro just now
ostensibly working for Davis, they aro none
tho less surely doing tho bidding of Capt.
Thomas and his friends. Stelle, at the
court-house in this city, was unable to
make truthful objections to Allen's finan
cial record, but ho went out of his way to
attack him personally, and did denouneo
him as a liar. At a subsequent meeting of
the Nationals at the same time and place,
Capt. Ingrain made a speech, and the
wholo burden of that seech was an assault
upon Allen's personal character. Davis,
mentally disqualified from holdingany opin
ion of his own, takes his cue from these
men, and goes over tho disUict repeating
their slanders. All of them are in the
employ of tho Republicans, and are land
ing whatever of energy they may possess
to tho task of hoodwinking Democrats, and
enticing them to the support of Davis that
Thomas may be elected. We are deter
mined that no Democrat in this district
shall cast his vote for Davis without a full
understanding of tho consequences of his
Capt. Ingram, a Republican spy and
ally in the camp of tho Nationals, is going
through the district making an assault
upon the personal character of Judge Allen.
He announces himself a National, and every
where pompously promises nn exposition of
the demands and views of that organization.
He fulfils this promise by confining himself
to abuse of the Democratic candidate for
Congress. One of the lies which he has
Wn industriously circulating is to the ef
fect that Judge Allen has not paid his taxes
in Jackson county. Now, let ns look into
this. Some time ago Judge Allen owned
property in Cairo, sold it to a man named
Russell, ami then lwught a property in Car
bondale covered by a mortgage. On this
property he paid a part cash and agreed to
lift the mortgage, Russell stipulating to fur
nish the money to enable him to do so its
one of the payments on the Cairn property
purchased by him from Judge Allen.
Shortly after this sale to Rusm.-!! he became
satisfied that Russell could not carry out
his agreement to furnish the money to lift
the mortgage, and that when the payment
became due the mortgage would lc fore
closed. He then determined' to buy in the
proerty under the mortuage, if he could,
hut was not certain that he could do this as
there might have been some other person
willing to bid more than he would or could.
Consequently, as any other man would have
done, he allowed the taxes to accumulate on
it,knowing that if he lxmglit it he Wight it
subject to the taxes. And he did this very
thing a short time ago. This effectually
disposes of the slanderous attacks of Ingram.
Judge Allen did what every man in his
senses would have done under similar cir
cumstances; ami the avidity with which the
Republican press of the district have seized
upon the slander illustrates better than any
one thing which has so far turned up in the
canvass, the extremities to which they are
reduced in their attempt to defeat Judge
Allen. This tax business will prove a
MKJiuerang to them the recoil will be
Clear the Way. For the escape from
the system of its waste and debris, which,
if retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids
and overthrow health, that important
channel of exit, the Ixiwels, may be kept
permanently free from obstructions by using
the non-griping, gently acting and agree
able cathartic, Hostetter'x Stomach Bitters,
which not only liberates impurities, but invi
gorates the lining of the intestinal canal
when weakened by constipation or tho un
wise use of violent purgatives. The stom
ach, liver and uniuary organs are likewise
reinforced and aroused to healthful action
by this beneficent tonic and corrective, and
every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve exper
fences a share of its invigorating inlluence
Unobjectionable in flavor, a most genial and
and wholesome medicinal stimulant, and
owing its etlicacy to botnnic sources ex
clusively, it is tho remedy best adapted to
household use on account of its safety, wide
scope and speedy action.
Thk Greatest Bi.khsino. A simple
pure, harmless reinedr. that cures every
time, and prevents disease by keeping tho
I ill mi I pure, stomach reirular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing ever
conferred upon man. Hop Hitters is that
remedy, ami its proprietors are bcimr bless
ed by thousands who have been saved nnd
cured by it. Will you try itf Seo other
Choice Bacon, I Intns, Hides and Shoulders
Dry Halt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and, for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wrioiit,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
THE CROW THAT CROWED THE
'Co I'm not a'posed to know
Where tho rye and tho w boat
And tho corn kernel grow
When I fly from my tree,
Jn'l you iee where tho top
Of the curu-twa will bo.
With a lurch,
Flopped tho bird from hl perch
At be spread out hit whin
Aud act forth on bla aeareb
How it rang.
How tbo ntnall bullet sang
Aa It sped through the air
Anl the crow with a pang,
THE TAIL FEATHERS.
That )o crow
Often bririga ono to woe;
Which tho lluea up above
Haw been put their toabow,
"HOOPED AND SCOOPED."
Mr. Hotipt, the watchmaker of Cairo,
"hooped and scooped" Prof. Comings at the
greenback convention in the 50th district'
Dowdall, the lunatic who presides over
the erratic columns of the Peoria Democrat,
had no more sense than to accuse John
Oberly of favoring the National ticket.
"REPUBLICANS OUGHT TO HAVE IT.'
The Cairo Bulletin is a live Democratic
paper. Democrats should take it for infor
mation. Republicans ought to have it to
learn how un eely jsilitician manuges a bad
SOCIALISTIC ORGANIZATIONS DISARMED.
London, August 11. A Madrid dispatch
says the Republican lenders have formally
disarmed Socialistic organizations and the
followers of Zouella and Salmeroii.
London, August 1 1 .A Calcutta dispatch
says heavy rains have caused Ho ids through
out India. Much damage was done in
Scinde Patna ami elsewhere. The dam of
Vehar is in danger of bursting, a calamity
which would stop the water supply at Bom
Rome, August 11. Cardinal Nina has
communicated to the governments at Lou
don, Berlin, St. Petersburg and Berne his
lesire to continue prinlimr negotiations, and
has given anrain.es of his sincere gixtd
will and readiness to come to an under
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when tiny can buy Marburg Bros
Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
Mast a Dollar lnriLeriv spent on expensive Sul
phur Haibs Is new saved by suhsiitiittng therefor
ttli-tili's Sulphur Simp, hi h is Just as hctieftiiitl
but Infinitely cheaper. Local diseases of the sklti,
rle uiiiniimi anil gm:i are all relieved by this stand
ard remedy. Complexion blemishes ore eradicated
by It, und It Imparts In the cuticle a pearly white
Hes and velvety softness which greatly enhance
the effect of female charm. Its soothing, antiphlo
gistic action constitute it a prime remedy for sores,
ulcers, cuts, sprain, scalds, bruises, und In fact
every abnormal condition of the cuticle attended by
Inlla munition, swelling or itching. Ludics moving
in our best society speak of it beatlllf) lug proper
ties lu euthiislastlc terms, and give It a decided
preference to cosmetics which merely conceal but
do not, like (;iiin' Sulphur Soap, eradicate defects
of tin; complexion. The use of ol lit men Is lor
eruptive complaints Is to be deprecated because of
their having a tendency to clog the pon s und In
some cases to aggriivnte rather than remedy tho
disease, They are, besides, seldom thorough
enough lu their effect to prevent the recurreuce of
eruptions of an Inveterate typo and have tho dis
advantage of soiling tliii linen of persons who Use
them, (ilenn's Sulphur Soap, on the contrary, radl
cally cures the diseases to which It Is adapted and
still further recommends Itself on account of Its
i:lcuulnis. It Is. besides, an admirable disinfect
ant of limbing which lias been worn by persons
allllcteii with diseases a contagious mil lire. Asa
speciili: preventive and promoter of the general
health it presents advantages of the most unequiv
ocal description. Sold bv Druggist.
Hill Ilalr and Whisker Dye, bluck or brown.
I'rlce 50 cents .
Stale of Illinois. County of Alexander, lu tho County
l ourt. An nt Term. IS7H.
Thomas .Manilla, Administrator do bom nun of
the hstate of lieorge . Erwin, deceased, vs. Llln
belli, Scniiul..Oeono Erwin. .loliu J.KrwIu, Klor
erne Erwlu, Wlllluiii W. Erwin and Frederick
A petition to sell real estate In pay debt.
Attlilavll having been Hied lu tliu oltlce of the tin
dersk'iied Clerk iifsald Court. sIiowIiil' that Elly.ie
belli Sclnntiiz ami Florence Krwin, two of the above
liauieil diieiiilaiils, are uotercsldcnls of the State of
Illinois, anil tlmt (icoruu Erwlu, another of said do
reiiibints. iiiiiiiot be found on duo and careful In
(ulrv. notice Is therefore hereby given to you the
said Ellxalietb Scbmata. Florence Erw in aiiiltleoree
Erwlu thai the saldThomas Martaiii, Administrator
du bonis lion of the ustalii of (leorge W. Erwin, de
ceased, has tiled his petition In said Court against
the above named defendants, praying for an order
io sen inn loiiowing iiescrmeii real estate situated lu
the County of Alexander und State of Illinois. Io wit :
Tho undivided one half of the south-west quarter
oi me iiunii ensi qiinnei 01 seeiion .-to, inirtccu I Ml,
also the undivided balfoftbe west biilfol the south
east qiiarler of said seel Ion No. thirteen (IHi all
Township No. fifteen t ir South Umiil'c twoigi west
of tliu tlilril principal meridian, said real estato con
mining one hundred and twenty acres of land mom
or less, and tho undivided half of the samn sixty
acres morn or less, sueb sale In bo made to pay the
ileitis and claim ngallisl tho estatu of ald lieorge
W. Krwin deceased: and Hint summons In sulileiiuso
has been Issued out of said court returnable tit tliu
August term of said court lots' hidden at tho court
house In lint city of Cairo In said county on tliu
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lllll.l .,l.,l,lf III J.IIIPI, fl. I '. loin,
Now miles, you the said Kllxnhcth Hebmals
Florenco Krwin and (tunruo Erwin shalliaiinear l
fiiru said court on tho llrst day of said term thereof
and plead, answer or demur to said petition, the
allegation contained therein will bo taken a con
fessed by you and an order entered In accorduueu
wltn tut) prayer or said put It Inn,
Clerk of the county court
Caiiio, Aug, Q lbTS.
NEW ADVKUTI8EM EXTS.
Tha followlni? unclaimed good will bo sold at
Public Auction lo satisfy claim for Fright, Stor
age, Ktc., on Wharf bual No. 1 nnd 2 of the
lfalllday and Phillip Whafboat Co., foot of Sixth
struct, Cairo, Hit., ou
Thursday, Sept. 12, 1878,
Commt'iiciiiir at 10 O'clock A. M.,
tinlcM sooner claimed and charge paid.
T. W. Dowdy, 1 box H. II. (ioods. 1 l.bl. Molafses;
O. F. Williams, 3 package Shingle Machine; L.
Sullivan, 1 hoxe II. II. OoihIs, t Hut" (inn; Naucy
Tlmmoti, 1 Sew ing Machine; 0. W. Miles, 1 Reaper
and Mower; S. M. A J. I'. Ware. 1 box Hardware;
I. 8.. 1 box Leaf Tobacco; J. R. Llnscubiirg. 1 box:
Itankiu & Co.. empty Caddie; W. M , 1 package
Wardrobe; 1', ,t Co., 1 package I., (ilnss; It, & Co..
i Wood Chairs; White A Co., 1 Imix S. TuImcco; W.
A. West, S hoxe Drugs; A. W. Carr. 1 Basket
Clothing; Ja. Crockcll. I Box : J. Llndsey. 1 Half
Barrel; C. M. Powers, I Tall Chest; John Ilrimn.
i bones Brandy; T. II, Sanders, ft bundle, rjier; It.
V I'lurcc, 1 bur Sundries. 1 Barrel; E. Kit r.vlson,
I Imix Herdu.irc: D. A. SlefT, I box Sundries; i'llloo
t Tailor. 1 keg Soda; Z . I box Olas'warc; M. K.
I' 4 biixe Liquors. S barrel Liquors; .Mrs. sj. H.
(iiassroek. 1 box II. II. (ioods; liarvev, 1 chest
Tools; (I. It., t Hat Hack: J. M., 4 Bed Kails; S. II
4 Bed Kail; S. I... 4 Bed Rails; J. K . 1 Sack Seed:
M. W., 1 Standard fur L. (ilass; Mrs. T. Ilorro and
L. Davis. 1 lot II. It. (ioods; J, A. I'.. 1 Drag saw;
Dau Itoblusnn, Old Carriage: John FolnLs, 1
Trunk. No Mark: 15 boxes Sundries; K'aik Wine;
4 barrel Molasses; 4 barrel Molasses; 'ikes Horse
shoe; 1 ball Moats; H Till Cans; 5 bundles Chair
Stuff; a Tool Chests; 4 Lounge Ends; & bundles
B-d Ends; 7 bundles Red Ends; 1 bundle Red
Slats: 1 keg Molss.es; I Jug Mols.se. ; J hiindrs
Wagou Hubs;;! ream Paper; 1 Chair; I lie (ream
Freezer; 1 Seed Planter; 1 bundle Hamts ; ! Barber
Chair; 1 sheet Iron Store; I hagCotlou; In trunks
undries; 1 bundle Wagon Spokes; I stove Drum;
t Looking t,!us; 2 keg Powder; I chest ( Intbliig;
1 Common Stove; 1 bundle Carving; 3 Rolls Hav
ing; t Plasterer's Trowels; 1 bundle Olaiswarc:
1 package Check Reins; 5 doxen Washboards; A
Flanges; 1 box (ieiislnn; Large Tisd Boxes; 1 Cis.k
stove aud Fixture.
QKDI NANCE NO. -.
AN OHDINANCE AMKMtlNll SECTION 'J OK
CIIA1TKM 14 REVIsKO ORDINANCE.
Be it ordained by the city council of the
city of Cairo.
Section 1. That section numta-rcd 1!)
(nineteen) of chapter 14 (fourteen) of the
revised ordinances la- aniended so an to here
after read as follows, to-wit:
Skc. 111. It shall be the duty of the city
marshal and of all police constable, und it
shall Ih; lawful for any S'rin to take up
and iuiMiund in the city psiiind provided fur
that purpose, any dog fuund in the city not
having a collar around its its neck with
the metallic plate aforesaid attached there
to. And if such dog shall not Is; redeem
ed within twenty-four hours after it shall
have la-en impounded, it shall be the duly
of the city marshal, or other proper officer,
to slay or cause the same to be slain. But
it is hereby provided, that any such doo;,
impounded may be redeemed or taken from
said xmnd by or upon the payment of the
tax hereby imposed and an impounding fee
of two dollars.
Approved August 12. 178.
W. P. WKKJT, Mayor P. T.
Attest: J. IJ. Phii.i.is, City Clerk.
HOP :i JITTERS,
(A MEDICINE. NOT A DRINK.)
HOI'S, lilClir. MAXllKAKF,,
Allll TUB Pl'IIKT AMI IlKsT MkIHi'AL (Jl'AMTIKs
or ALL OTIILII llmi.ii-.
All Diseases of the Stomach, llnwela. Blond.
Liver. Kidneys, nnd ('riiuiry Organs. Nervous
ness, sleeplessness, Female Complaints uml
81000 I.N COLD
Will be paid for a rase they will nol cure or ln-llt.
or for anything Impure or Injurious I'oiiud In
Ask your druggist for Hop Hitlers nnd free
books, and try Ihu Bitter heloru you sleep.
Take no other.
Tint Hop Cough ClireHinl I'alll Heller Is the
Hie flii'iipest, Surest Hint Best.
For hale by
Stale or Illinois. Alexander County s. In the Alex
ander Coiintv Circuit Court.
ClemliinP. llartlettand Volucy H, lliirtlelt, her
hiisbiiud, vs. Mnry Stewart and Ulllliiin W.stewnrt.
Bill to foreelosti mnrlgage.
Public Notice I hereby given that, In pumiiiinri!
of u decree rendered by said Conn lu Hie ubove en
titled cause ill tliu May Term, A. D. isrs, I, Jniui
O llurinaii. Master in Chancery of said Coiitilv, will,
ou Monday, tit" second day id September,
A. D. 1MTS, at tliu hour of II o'clock n. in,,
sell nt public, auction In IIiii highest
bidder for rush In hand, at the westerly dnor of tint
Court House, lu tliu City of Cairo, lu suhl ( utility
nud State, tho following described real estate, In
wit: "The northerly one hundred acres of liiiltti
numbered rive hundred und twenty. nine i.V.'ln, sur
vey numbered five hundred and tweniy seven (MTb
i-ommeiiiiiig ut tliu iiorili easlerly nirtier of said
claim, anil surtey und running iilimi; the easterly
line of said claim to a point a sitlllcleiil distance from
said beginning In Include with a line running across
aid (in I in urallel with the northerly Hue id said
claim to tliu westerly line thereol to liuiinlesiild one
hundred acre ol hiud situate In the Couiitvor Alex
ander, Statu of Illinois," together Willi llin plivl
lege and appurtenance thereunto belonging or
Said rcul estate will bit nld to satisfy S decree lor
f1.4illl.IH with Interest and the cost of suit mid ex
pense of tale,
JOHN (. IIAItMAN,
Master in Chancery,
OnilN A (ill.KKUT, Cnmp'ts Solicitors.
Dated Cairo, lllluuli, Aiiguiitlb, ISTS.
HOLMAX'S LIVER PADS
B ARC LAYS'
Ohio Levee and
DRY (JOOHS. FIT.
The larpest wholesale hikI retail Pry
Goods ami Clotliinjf House In this City;
lire rm-irhiff new Goods daily and aro
offering great bargains in the most hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL ( LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, ('a,-.liiiicrcs, Lou
rettcs, ano a trrcat many other new
styles of Dress Goods. Faiw, Ktc; ill
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITA li. 1 00,000
W. P. H.W.I.IDAY. 1'r. sl 'ent.
II. I.. II AI.I.IDAY. lie I reside;-.!.
WALT Kit HYsLnP, Cashier.
. STAATS TATIUL W. P. II II I 111 V.
IIKSIIV L- II A J.I.J OA Y, H. II. II SN! .1,11AM,
0. U. WILLIAMSON, aTCI'IICN Lmll.
II. II. l AMJL'K.
Kxcli.inyrt', Coin and United Stabs IlomW
BOl'lillT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general bankli g business)
LEXANDKR COUNTY BANK,
Coiiinit-rciiil Avenue and Eighth Struct,
K. Bltoss, President.
)'. NKFF. Vice President.
II. WELLS. ( n.lil. r.
T. J. KEIti ll. Assistant Cashl r.
P. Bros. Calm; William Kluge. Cairo;
I'eler .Neff. Cairo; William Wolf. I airo;
C, M. i Merlon, K. L Jlllllngsiey. St. Louis;
K. Under, ( alio; J. Y. Cleliiroli, l ak'doliiu.
4 (IKNEHAI, BANKINii BfslNKSS DONE. Ex
1 change sold and bought, lot' rest paid In the
Savings Di parliiielit. Collections uiailo und all
business promptly attended to.
NTERPlIlSE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, H!'i9.
OFFICK IN CITY NATIONAL BANK.
INTUHKSTpnld on deposit March 1st and Sep
teinber 1st. Interest not withdru.'.n Is added Itu
I Ilnlelv to the principal of tho depu-lts, therein,
glvlug them compound Interest.
Children ami married wmnn naty deposi
money ami limine else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP, Thkahchlh. ,
DVKIXO AND HKXOVATINO.
yoi' It OLD CLOTHES " :,
CAN Hi: IlKACVIKI'U.Y
IVEI) OU liKI'AIHEl
AtaTrllllntf Kxpensc-O. 0. 1).
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH UT.
If-Ladle acd tlciiti' old luti made nvr.