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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKJSDW, JULV 12, 18T9.
T n. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth ud Washlniton Avenue.
RESIDENCE t-Coruor Nineteenth and Wash
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Fhysieian and Surgreon.
Oftie 140 Commercial avenue. Residence i cprticr
Fourteenth M. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
It. SMITH, M. D. .
, OtUrt and Brslilence:
NO. 81 TIIIRTEESTU STREET, CAIRO. ILL,
J)U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
oVnce-No. 136 Commorclal Avcuue, bytwecn
Eighth aud Ninth Struct
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
'OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commorclal Avenue.
Ntary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widow' and OorpUani' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEOAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.E.
TBA1KB ABBIVE. TRAINS DEPART
Vail 4:05 a.m. I Mall 8:10 a.m.
Exprcs 2:00 p.m. Express 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNE9 R."R.
Mall 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R.R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. I Acconi'datton.l2:25p. m.
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEAN SR.R
Mall 5:20p.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. & T. RAILROAD"
Texas express . . .2:40 a.m. 1 Texas express .8 :15p.m.
Accommodat'n. .8:30 a.m. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open i:80 a.m.; closes
tt:;)on.m.: Snudav:8toft a. m.
Money Order Duparltneut opeu at 8 a. m. : closes
at 5 p. m.
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central and
Mississliml Central Railroads clone aV 12:30 n. tn.
Cairo und Poplar Huff Through and Way Hall
crises at r':' p. m.
Wav Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Via-
cennes and Mies.fsippl Central Railroads close at
: p. m.
Way Mull far Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Rotito closes at :30
p. m. oiiij' (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY",
Only Mornhiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
SO HUMBURO I POSITIVE" PALE.
Eight o'clock p.m., July 12th, 1879,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, consisting of ladies'
trimmed and untrimmed hats, linen and
silk hankcrchiefs, hosier', head, shawl and
scarf pins, combs, jewelry, gentlemen's
shirts and underwear, calicoes, thread,
pins, etc., etc. Tom Winteu,
The Fisest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Win, Alba,
opposite Paul Shuhs1 clruc store. It must
be seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush and bhek your boots for
5 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Trices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 23 cents; cham
pooing, 23 cents; other work in proportion.
A Regular Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and C p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Lerce to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
uvenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avenue to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to 8t. Charles Hotel. Faro each way, or
part of the way, 5 cents.
Notice On and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
25 cents; Bhampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuanco of the
aame, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will bo
done In first class stylo and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
icr County Bank. J. Geo. Steiniiousb
"DEW DROP IN "
And satisfy yourselves that the only real
ly first-class barber shop in Southern Illi
nois, is next door to Korstncycr's cigar
store on 6th street, near tho Levee. It is
there where you will find elegant and com
lettable furnishings, and skilled and court
com workmen who contesscdly stand at tho
eryhcudot their profession. To-morrow
Mondoy) morning tho prices will be re
duced, as follows:
SlIAVlNO..; ' j0
, JlArR-CUTTINO '.WW 25c
Sbampooiko '. !!!!!23c.
' . And all other work proportionately low.
, ; CoxnAp Alba.
'' Ehvelom printed at tho Bulletin office,
1.00 peril. Envelops furnished ot St.
Louii wholesale List prices for the next 30
day. .. - '.,'
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Read Tom Winter's new local.
Ilalliday Bro's horses, in service about
the city, wear straw hats. !
Doctors WarJncr aud Rauchwcre in
the city yesterday, and were in council
with our Board of Health.
Tho arches over the Walnut Btreet
gates to the high school building enclos
ure, arc much in need of repairs.
The Board of Health should hold
daily meeiugs until an ctfoctive quaran
tine agaiust Memphis is m operation.
-Tho Mississippi Central passenger
train didn't arrivo until C o'clock yesterday
evening. It was made up o seven coaches.
Col. Roswell Miller, (Sencral Superin
tendent of tlo Cairo and Vinccnnes rail
road, has returned from quite an extended
trip north and east.
There was a very fair crowd at Reform
hall last night, ono of the attractions being
ap abundant supply of ice cream and cake,
of very superior quality.
The C. and V. railroad invites atten
tion through the local columns of Tue
Bulletin to a few of the many advantages
to travelers who take that line.
It may bo money in your pocket to
read Goldstine and Rosenwatcr's new black
letter special notice. They are gentlemen
who are given to the performance of all
Tho council will probably be called
together to-night to act upon suggestions
from the Board of Health, to appoint ad
ditional policemen, etc., which is both
timely and sensible.
Mr. Isaac N. Matthews, of Kentucky,
aud Mrs. Caroline Nelson were joined in
the holy bonds of wedlock, in this city, on
Thursday evening last. The knot was tied
by Squire Robinson.
Two or three horse races arc said to be
booked for the park, this afternoon. Citi
zens who enjoy that species of excitement,
will probably be compensated lor braving
the heat, by the character of the contests.
An over-supply of ice-cream was re
ceived by the Reform Club ladies, last night.
A fact that will enable families and others
to secure supplies at less than half the
usual price. It is a most delicious article,
as we are prepared to testify.
The little town of Milan, Tennessee,
seems to have taken time by the forelock
If reports be true, sho has already quaran
tined against Memphis, and will, if occa
sion happens to require, shut herself up
tight, from contact with the whole outside
Miss M. II. Ross is principal of the Kin
der garten normal at Columbus, Ohio. She
Iras just closed her third year, as we see by
the third annual commencement pro
gramme before us. She proved herself a
good teacher while connected with the
Large sums of money have been made
in Wall Street by persons shrewd enough
to invest at the right time. The old house
of Alex Frothingham & Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, is entitled to abso
lute confidence. Their customers arc fre
quently rewarded by large returns. Send
for their FicancialReport.
The promptness with which Southern
cities are quarantineing agaiust Memphis
gives promise ot good results. There is a
firmly rooted purpose abroad to confine the
epidemic to those localities where it origi
nates. Every community is resolved to
take care of itself, and Cairo, we trust, is
one of thoso communities,
The weather during the past few days,
has served one good purpose, at all events.
It has been a ready breakcr-in to conversa
tions. "How'll this do?" "Awful, isn't it?"
Beats blue blazes?" "How's this for high
mercury?" These and kindred sentences
found expression in Cairo, at least 20,000
times, since the mercury rose above 03.
We arc requested to say that Chiet-of-I'olicc.
J. C. Lnllue, and not the city, is the
defendent in the horse cases to which we
have made frequent reference. The plain-
tills do not wish to be understood as op
posing or obstructing the city government
in the legal enforcement of its ordinances,
and such is not the purpose or effect of
k . ...
Appearances are ctcceptive. wc yes
terday stated that Mr. Rector had returned
to his position in the Sun office, because
we were toiu so. l he party who told us
so, saw him there, with stick in hand,
among the types. , But' still Mr. Rector has
not resumed his old position. Ho was
merely testing the cunningncss of his hand,
after a long absence from duty.
On Tuesday last Paddy Hair of tho
Dew-Drop In, was making some repairs
about his house, when a negro boy picked
up a piece of board and attempted to carry
it off. Paddy recaptured the board, where
upon the boy throw a rock which struck
Paddy on tho head. But little thought was
given to the matter at the time; but Teddy
was compelled to tako his bed, which he
has (iccupied ever since.
Thcro was but little yellow fever talk
in the city yesterday. The people sccni
determined to do what they may bo com
pelled to do, deliberately, and not to get up
aa unnecessary nanie. TIip
ar Muni sivtu
fliempuis does not bear out tho first con
jectures; but tho physicians there still Insist
that there is but littlo likelihood that tho
scourge will become epidemic. Cairo au
thorities must not, however, bo lulled into
Inactivity by any guess-work. ..They must
make arrangements to fence out tho yellow
fever. If the fever doesn't come, so much
tho better. If it does coine we'll be pre
pared for it.
Capt. John Harbin, of Memphis, tele
graphed to Capt. Newland, care of Ilalli
day Bro's, ot this city, under date of Mem
phis, Friday, noon, that tho excitement
thero .had subsided that tho ecare was
over, and no new cases had been reported.
This dispatch is given an additional color
ing of truth by the closing remark of the
sender that lie would remain In Memphis,
at least for the present.
Blessed is tho publisher who is satis
fied to have his paper appear wholly desti
tute of local news, for he is not, in his
hunt for items, subjected to a liability to
sun-stroke. Twice blessed is ho who gives
no home news, for he is not held to answer
for affronts given ; and thrice blessed is he
whoso local ear hears not anything, for
wliilo it is closed to tho truth, it is not open
to erroneous information.
The excessive heat, coupled with the
news from below (already given in The
Bulletin,) has, and should have, called
for the exercise of a little more severity on
the part of tho Health officer. He is de
termined to enforco cleanliness, and will
not allow others to judge of tho degree
of cleanliness that ought to bo maintained.
It orders are not obeyed, a prompt recourse
to law will follow tho neglect or disobe
dience. Dilly-dallying will not be tolera
ted. Collector Hodges hns sold all the de
linquent property in the city proper, and
found buyers for all that was worth the
taxes. The details of these sales foot up
many thousand dollars. To-day he will
commence selling lots in the first addition,
and as the time for bringing the sale to a
close is not distant, he will be compelled to
rush things, somewhat. If any delinquent
purposes paying up, he certainly has but a
narrow margin for neglect. Time, in this
cease, is money. Sales commence, daily at
2 o'clock p. m.
One of tho new devices for swindling
the unsuspecting, is the publication of ad
vertisements, offering large premiums on
particular coins. For instance, the Chica
go Times a few days ago, contained the
"add" of a coin gathering firm, that offer
ed $ 1 .50 for half dollars of the coinage
of 1854. A few days before that an offer
of $1.00 was made tor the half dollars of
1830, and so on. Of course the greeney
who sends forward his hall dollars, , may
receive a postal card telling him that he
is a blasted fool; but its doubtful if he re
ceives even thnt attention. Never trade
with a man who offers to make sacrifices
to your advantage. The good chances are
invariably reserved for No. 1.
When the differences that bring col
ored females to blows, or to the use of
threatening and abusive language, are
probed to the bottom, a man is almost in
variably discovered. This was conspicu
ously the case in the affair between Mrs.
Florence Coleman and Miss Cynthia Parker
alias Dean, that came up tor hearing be
fore Squire Robinson, yesterday. Florence
had accused Cynthia of an effort to estrange
from her the affections and caresses of her
husband, who sports the cognomen of Lit
tio Coleman. Cynthia, who is pert, and
frail as pert, retorted severely, and then
followed a war of words a passage ot the
foulest verbal missiles that the human
tongue is capable ot shaping. Both of
them were very properly fined, by the
Squire, who gave Florence eleven days in
the cooler and Cynthia nine. The last
named female is' yet a girl, not more than
thirteen or fourteen years of age, and was
but recently in jail under a charge of lar
ceny. Although young in .years, she is old
A few days ago we published, over the
signature of the secretary of the Board of
Education, u statement of the expenditures
made on account of .the Cairo public
schools, during the scholastic year just
ended. The statement failed to show the
amount of money the Board had to draw
upon at the commencement of tho year,
the amount received during the year, and
tho amouut in tho treasury ut tho close.
Our correspondent, Taxpayer, is dissatisfied
with the showing, and asks to bo informed
why tho debit side of tho account was not
given as well as tho credit side; and as
Taxpayer is not nlono in desiring this in
formation few words of explanation are in
order. The secretary didn't furnish the de
sired information because it was not in his
possession. Tho money does not come into
his hands, nor into tho hands of the Board.
Neither does jt pass through
either of these channels. The secretary's
means of information, in this behalf, aro
tho same as thoso that are open to
every resident of tho district. He can
kuow, if ho will ask tho township treasurer
and not otherwise. This being true, the
question at once arises, why does not tho
township treasurer publish the information!
The secretary has made public tho amount
of tho orders for salary, incidentals, etc., ho
has drawn, during tho year, on tho treas
urer. Tho treasurer knowns how many of
these orders he has paid; how much money
ho had to commence the year with, how
much ho received from tho sheriff ami other
sourco9, during the year, an.lmw much be
had oh hand at the close of tho yoor. If,
then, he had published this Information
in connection with tho secretary'
statement, tho public would
have been placed in possession of all the
intormation for which Taxpayer asks. It
would know tho exact financial condition
of tho school township. And now, why was
not, and is not, this information published,
so that nothing will bo left to conjecture?
Tho reason is, that, Lecauso pur law-makers,
in their great wisdom have prescribed
methods,' and those methods must bo fol
lowed. Tho law provides that tho publi
cation shall bo made by sticking up a
written statement on the building whero
tho election for trustee is held. This may
be dono every year, and not more than a
half-dozen taxpayers will bo any the wiser
for it. In tho first place, les3 than ten per
cent of the voters attend . trustee elections.
Those who loiter around the polls and see
tho statement, tire, as a usual thing, men
who can't read. Those who don't loiter, do
not.ot course, see and read the written state
ment. Hence, the" legal publication is no
publication at all; and if the township
treasurer should disregard the law, and pub
lish the statement in tho newspapers (where
it should appear) he would be compelled
to pay tho cost out of his own pocket.
Tho publication by tho . secretary of the
Boad of Education is not provided for by
law, (at least that's our impression) and is
mado merely to show how much of the
people's money, in the hands of the town
ship treasurer, tho Board of Education has
expended this nnd nothing more. The
treasurer is the only officer who can give
both sides of tho account, and the reason
he has not given them, through the public
prints, we have already stated.
BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING.
A PARTIAL QUARANTINE TO BE ENFORCED
FoimiWITH A MANIFEST. DETERMINA
TION TO jrROFIT FROM THE LESSONS OK
The Cairo Board of Health met in Line
gar tfc Lansdcn's office yenterday, to con
sider of tho situation. Four members of
the Board, iucludiug tho Mayor, were pres
ent, as were Dr. Rauch aud Dr. Wardner,
of tho State Board and Dr. C. W. Dunning,
Late telegrams from Memphis announc
ing four new cases and one death, (modi
fied by later news), were read, together
with assurances from that point that as the
cases were completly isolated, no danger
need be apprehended from contact with fu
gitives. After much discussion ot the sit
uation the Board very wisely concluded
that the situation was deserving of atten
tion. Drs. Wardner and Dunning, with alder
man Patier favored n rigid quarantine
against Memphis. While It was not be
lieved that the danger was immediate, it
was deemed bcs,t to take no risks whatever.
Dr. Rauch regarded a rigid quarantine
unnecessary, as a present measure. The
State Board of Health would soon
meet, and would probably relieve the Cairo
authorites of all responsibility in that re
gard. To maintain a rigid quarantine
would necessitate the employment of a tug,
a large extra police force, and the expendi
ture of a larpc amount of money.
Aldermen Patier thought that if the rigid
quarantine served the desired end, the ex
pense was n matter of no great moment,
lie thought it better to err, if at all, on the
side of safety.
Alderman Linegar to bring the matter to
a conclusion introduced the following res
olution: Resolved, That the Chief of Police,
the Health Officer, and the
Police Constables of the city, be instructed
to visit all trains from Memphis, and notify
passengers from that point that they will
not be permitted to stop over in this city;
and to prohibit the landing of any boats
from the port of Memphis or that have
landed in tho port of Memphis on their up
ward trip from any port below Memphis.
A vote being taken upon the adoption of
this resolution, Messrs. Patier, Smith and
Thistlcwood voted aye, nnd Mr. Linejar
voted no .
Tho resolution is to take immediate et
fect. Mr. Patier then introduced the following
resolution, which was adopted by a unani
mous vote :
Resolved, That the Health officer be in
structed to enforce the ordinances in regard
to nuisances, and especially as to the bnrge
Perry Thorpe aud coutonts, now lying
at tho foot of Tenth street.
Otner matters of minor importance were
discussed, after which the Board adjourned.
Thero is a manifest purposo on the part
of the Board of Health to tako decisive,
positivo action. In other words, tho deter
mination is expressed to fence out tho epi-,
demic, let tho consequences to business, be
what they may. Of course, tho steps al
ready taken are simply initiative, and will
afford but littlo security. It must not bo
left to passengers to say whether they are
from Memphis or not. We must know. If
occasion shall require it, trains that carry
Memphis passengers must not be allowed
to cross tho river. Once establish such an
order, and railroads will bring no Memphis-
ans this way. But the initiative is taken.
Tho rest will soon follow.
AT TnE rLANTKRS' HOUSE.
J.W. Renfro, Elco, Ills.; Ed. McGall,
Murphysboro; J. S. Gibheart, Hot Springs;
j, C. Caston, Cincinnati; D. Schofleld,
Evausvillo; C. M. Ashley, Clinton, Ky.; C.
D. Bradley, Carrai; Ed. Nowland, Mem
phis; E. II. Holler, St. Louis; John P.
Coffin, Kansas City; T. S. Oliver, Cincin
nati; Ella Morrow, Galatla, Ills.
A DELICIOUS DRINK.
Those largo piue apple lemonades to bo
found at "Ticket Office Saloon" two doors
above the Planters' House. Prico ten cents.
The Cairo & Vincenne9 railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo at 5 a. ui., (after
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other
Eastern points as traius of other ' roads
leaving before duy.'ight, or before sunset of
night before. Going' via Vinccuncs (the
only direct line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other lines; you avoid either
beiug hauled 100 miles out of your way 8r
lying two to '.wove hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vincenncs connecting trains are standing at
Union Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car seats trom Vinccnnes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. CuuRcn, Passenger Agent.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
To know why in making out its reports,
the Board of Education never mentions its
receipts, or the amount of money iu the
treasury. If, as its reports would indicate,
it is the people's business how much of their
money is expended for educational pur
poses, it is equally their interest to know
how much they had in the outset, and how
much remains at present. The withholding of
this information, is such a remarkable and
conspicuous oversight, that enquiries,
speculations and comments naturally fol
low. It is said that no business man
would consider his accountant satisfactory
if he kept the run of only one side of tho
business, viz: if ho had handed in reports
of expenditures, and never of receipts or
amouut of capital on hand. Surely the
Board of Education cannot afford to adopt
such a loose style of business when, its at
tention is even called to the matter. It
will certainly hasten to set itself right be
fore the puzzled public; and especially be
fore the taxpayers, whose interest it is sup.
posed to represent. I, for one, hava that
confidence in its judgment.
Mu. Editor : While I am under obliga
tions to you for the compliments contained
in a little paragraph in this morning's
Bulletin, please say that your reporter
was in error, for I have not the least inten
tion of quitting the dry goods business, nnd
again engaging in the "art preservative."
Respectfully, John F. Rector.
Cairo, July 11, 1ST3.
JNOTICE TO ALL PARTIES CONCERNED:
The assessor's bt oks for the year 1ST9 are
filed in my office. The County Board will
meet next Monday, July the 14th, to hear
all complaints touching the same. All in
terested will govrn themselves accord'
ingly. Sam'l J. Humji,
July 11, 1S73. County Clerk.
LIST OFADVEP.TISF.D LETTERS REMAINING IN
THE CAIRO POST OFFICE JULY 15, 1S7CI.
. Ely, Bath Mrs.; Brown, Nettie Miss;
Britton, Ceny; Carr, Lucin.la: Coleman,
Mary Mrs.; Draper, S. F. W.; Hall, Eliza;
Jones, Mima; King, Hattie: Kadanli,
Louisa; Schadduck, Mary; Stephen, Ellen;
Springfield, Badi Mrs.; Sullivan, Ellon ;
Smith, Mandy; Soppe, M. Miss; VVyet,
Mary; Watson, Sarah; William. Diana.
Allen, Moses; Anderson, David; Burner,
Noah; Bell, J. W; Cumuiings, C. J; Cobb,
F. P; Caul, Jno. K.; Crawford, Thorn;
Caldwejl, W. T; Duncan, Chas.(2); Davis,
II. B; French, A. B; Frans. II. C; Faratt,
Sam; Gray, Jas;Ginter, W.O; Harris, Noah;
Jackson, Win; Klier, Frank, Jones, H. W;
Lynch, Wni.; Martin, Ernes; Miller, W.;
Madden, Wm.; Meston, Will B.; Norris,
Lee; Powell, A.; Patterson, Chas.; Pearce,
C. E.; Rice, Jas.; Stevenson, Albert; Schill,
Benj.; Singleton, Jas.; Smith, J. Morgan;
Sniithurst,' Rich ; Townsend, T. L.; Witha-
men, Fred; Wadkins, George; Wilburn,
Jno. ; Woodward, V. ; Woodward, Lawrence.
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything are down, and to
bc up with the times, tho undersigned hns
established tho following prices at his shop
on and after this date:
Hair Cutting 25c.
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to tho decline in other fields of
labor, ho hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and mnny
"hew ones, and assures ono and all that his
work will bc done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
tho Planter's House, between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Geo. Wise.
KLEE! KLEEI ICE! ICE!
Ico at wholesalo and retail all through
tho season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of tho city. Office and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
Tho best Lake Ice alwoys on baud. '
Dr. Mare an, homeopathic physician, has
removed his office to the dental rooms over
A. Black's shoo store, No. 140 Commercial
avenuo, four doors above his old office His
niHro hnnra nvn S tn 10 n m . And 1 to 4
p. m. and 7 to 8 in the evening.
" BUOGY AND HARNESS.
For salo, lncrlu vet of harness and a uearly new
side bar open lugyy. Apply ut the llulktlu oOlcu.
Aswesooa intend to make our par-chast-8
of winter goods, we are deter
mined ai a means of closing out our
present stock of seasonable goods, to
offer them at actual first cost, and will,
on Monday next nnd until further no
tice, have marked down In price our en
tire stock of Clotlilu? and Gent's Furn
This Is bona-flde, and to convince
yourselves, we desire your personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stvlish
and of the best makes In the market,
and we would advise an early call be
fore the stock is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
GOLDSTINE & R0SENWATER,
133 & 140 Commercial Ave.
WHEREAS. William W. ThorMon and Martha
M. laonitou, by tlii-h- certain Trust Died (lutfd
JlaytiieSStU, A. D. lwiTaud recorded In tiie Record
er olttce In Alexander County, lu Book "V." Paw
41, li aud did convey to tlio under! uned uTrul'a
tliu ri'mlfc Uoteiiiafter decrllcd to secure tL
payment of uveu vrotnlKory uotea for the aum of
one tboti'and (luOl) doliar csch aud uavnWe re
iwetivuly lnfour4)flv (5) tlx (ll)eveu 77) eight
(?) nine (t) aud tm (lu; year from duw. v.its int. r
eat ftl the rate Of ten per cent per bt:di:ci. payable
eiul-anuua!!j from (lute and wbi rea t'.ve (")"f oiicl
uotei are now uu and unpaid vltU intiTcut mi
tainefrom tue fflth (if May A. D Httto thldato.
And wnereaii tue legal bolder of tild EOti-t bat
called upon the ticderiilgned to roll the premlDt
hereinafter described to latufy nald tottt and iuter-
Now therefore In iur(iur.nco of the term of
Mid Deed of Trust the underused will,
ON WEDNESDAY THE DTI! DAY OK AUGUST,
a. d. ir,'j. ,
between the hour of teD (10) o'clock A. M . at;d 5
O'clock P. M. of aafd dny. on tli premlt herein
after described lu the city of Cairn. . pt )cetd
to fell at public vendue to the hii;bc-it bidder fur
cau. the followltis described Keal f:it". it
Lot number nine HMen (lit)e!nen CI) te!vvli)
and thirteen il:j In block number !it.-ti il'i; tn
the first addition to the city of C'air-i. iillaois, as
platted by tho Truntees of Cairo Cl'r Proper:,
situated In the t'ouiity of Alexander, ill'iio'., and
all the riirht and tiltvof redetupiinr. of the and
William W. Thornton and Martha Jl. TLor:.t n his
wife, tuelr heiri, executors, administrators, nud as
!i:us therein, to satisfy said trt:t and ail co-ts and
expense of exi.Tutln; the same
EUWAK0 A. WILSON, Tra't-e.
Springfield. IUs.. July th. ls;&
K0EHLER BK0S., Proprietors,
Ccraer Wellington Avenue esd Eijht Street.
A frill and complete sr.rp!y of the Kit of all
kinds meat always on band.
IETROPOLIS AND PADl'CAH.
The E'cjaatSldeutee! I'ijs.tsf Stfim-jr
aiu CHAMPION 3&
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at ? o clock, for
Faducah. Metropolis aid war landx: For
frcUU or paftti;e apjily to t-oL A MLVEK.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
iSEi For New Orleans.
JAMES HOWARD, '
Jamb O'Neii Muter
Friday. Ju!v 11. a1, i p m
W. P. 1IALLIDAV.
to'-iM , Mi-tcr
Monday, Ju y 11. a- i p. ni
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSRURG.
George W. Lknsox
T'lesday. July ?, at p tn
CITY OF YICK5BIT.G
It. K. Riley
Thursday, July R m j , m
JNO. D. MAUDE.
W. n. B'.alre
Sat-trdiy. J'.ilv 1.'. at J p m
. J! i'ter
Sunday, July at J p m
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. R. VATTIF
W. II. Blake
Tuesday, July !. at5 ni.
cdnesday. July 9. at .1 p. m
JOHN A. SCTDDER
Fiim Calvert Maxtor
iuursday, July 10. at 5 p.m.
Isaac McIIee ' ....v.i.ti.p
, I riday, July 11, nt 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
Sunday, July 1) at S p. m.
...uuu.tj.vujj I t, lit. UUUU.
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office
WharfboatNo. 4. '
Caw. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Sunt.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING- & HEATING-
Tinware and Hollow ware of vor
Boerwart'i old stand, on Eighth street.
Rooflnff and Gutterlnn a smwun. tn u,i.
of work fklllfitlly and promptly performed and
SPM" A T.T.
t $10,' $, I'M, $so.
rTTr-ririrniirfrTm lweic-t reame Hand-
TMVk'HTliriJ,TrPO soma nrnflts. All ....
fil LW-lQ.tfwrtEta i bonBht and
S ri.s m T,Borone dollar per htiru; also
Wheat on margin of ens neronf ner hnh..l
Uats, I'ork aud Lard to ult. Tb Old reliable nlo.
neer exchange endowed by nre.i nd pub! li S