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Newman's head, the blood and brains
spattering the walls, even the coiling over
head. Seeing that Newman is dead, Glass
now places the axe behind the door, and
passes out of the buildiug. Sauntering
up the fctreet he meets Ruth and Mrs. Mc-
Kerney, and, slinking them by the hand,
bids tiieui "good bye.'' Sirs. McKerney
at once remarked to Ruth, "that man's done
ome mischief.'' Going home, she enters
her room. An instant later she dashed
lown stairs screaming that some one had
murdered Carter Newman. Constable
rink McAllister at once repaired to the
room, found deceased as stated, with no
weapons of any kind about his person or
within his reach.
Having detailed the facts as above given
Mr. Mulkey said he had no other name for
tho deed, but malicious murder. The ac
cused had never denied his iruilt, and he
as an officer of the law, should insist upon
hanging as the penalty Charles Glass had
incurred, and as the punishment he should
suner. ro parties who had c:m in chari'e.
trie defendant had said: "I killed that
one s n of a b h and now if I can kill
another, I'll be willing to die." All this
and more I shall establish, and believe that
Charles Glass will receive at your hands,
that which he fears: Stern, exact and im
H. II. Black. Esq., at half-past 10 o'clock
made a succinct showing of the lacts and
circumstances upon which he depended o
)the killing of the alleged malice. After
combatting many of the positions of the
prosecutor, he averred that Newman was not
an invited guest at Glass' house, but an in
truder, that he had estranged from Glass.
who is an old, worn out man, the affections
of Ruth Brown! he had threatened Glass,
had beaten and kept him in constant dread
and terror. To such an extent was this
brow-beating and domineering carried that
Glass offered to pay Newman money it he
would leave the house, and let him alone.
But the answer was threats, and a course of
conduct well calculated to excite Glass'
fears for his own safety. Newman was a
tresspasser upon the premises, ana that it
was for the purpose of ejecting him that he
entered the room, are facts which Mr.
Black said he expected to prove. The testi
mony to show that Glass had ample cause
fur apprehending bodily harm from a man
who had so defiantly entered his house.
threshed him in his own room, refusing to
leave on any terms the testimony to show
this will be so ample that the conclusion
that there was no interval for the cooling
process, but great cause to apprehend harm
to himself to his person or property will
The foundation thus laid, the examina
tion ol witnesses pioceeded, the attorney on
either side seeking to establish the aver
ments upon which they respectively pro
pose to wage the contest.
We have surrendered considerable space
to the State's Attorney's statement of facts,
because it harmonizes with the evidence
drawn out before the Coroner's jury, and
relieves 119 of the necessity of indulging in
tedious iteration. 'Wherein the evidence
for the people adds to or takes from the
statement, shall be duly noted. The evi
dence for the defense will be given more in
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OP THE UNITED STATES
MAKES THE FOLLOWING ANNONCE
MENT TO THE PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regnrd to
onerous conditions contained in life assur
nnco contracts and tho judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, os Bhown by its largely increased
business, has led tho management seriously
to consider whether tho contract could not
bo simplified and certain conditions crpsod
therefrom which havo been tho subject of
much criticism and misconception.
After a careful examination of tho ex
perience of omo of tho best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than lias been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt-
THE DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1879.
ing a form of contract in which the follow-
ing important concessions aro made to pol
icy holders throughout the United States:
1. Policies will be made incontestable
after three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
adefinate surrender-value iu paid-up assur
ance, in case the policy is forfeited after
three years from its date.
3. Each Tontine policy will contain a
definite surrender-value in cash, in case of
withdrawal at the end of the tontine
4. The contract will be concisely and
clearly expressed, containing only' such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
5. The above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies already
issued and in force, ufter three year9 from
their dates respectively.
Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
Notice. to all wuom jt may concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
Rioht time to operate in stocks By
recent communication with prominent stock
operators, wo learn that now is a favorable
time to take advantage of the stock market,
by the new combination method of Messrs
Lawrence & Co., the New York bankers
who have been so remarkably successful
heretofore. This system is founded on cor
rect rules of finance and is universally ap
proved by the shrewdest operators. The
orders of thousands of customers are
massed into one immense capital, and oper
ated as a great whole, dividing profits pro
rata every month. In this way any cus
tomer can invest from $10 to 10,000 with,
equal proportionate success, and at the'
same time rjain all the advantages of
largest capital and best skill in manipulat
ing the market. This firm's new circular
has "two unerring rules of success." and
full explanations. j0 will make $2."0, or
5 per sent.; j0i) will return $3,000, and so
on, according to tho market. Stocks and
bonds wanted. Deposits received. Apply
at Lawrence &, Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange
Plsce, New York City.
la the District Court of the I'nited State Southern
District of Illinois.
In the matter of Lou: 1). Thorn. Bankrupt. Id
Cairo. Illinois. July 2-J. A. D. IS?:) ,
To Lou' D. Thorn and whom it may concern,
notice i hereby given: That by order of the Uis
tr;..t Court of the United State lor the Southern
lJ'tr:cl of U'ii'.ioi. the econd and third meet iUL-
'of the creditor of mia bankrupt will be held at
Mt. en:ou. to Mid u.nrict, on tne r.'ta cav of
A:t;tift. A. I. W. at 10 o'clock, a. ra. Mt the office
01 John J. Uarmau. Eh;., one of the R.c.tcr in
BiLkruptcy in uiJ Di-triet for the p;:rpot named
in Kcrtion 5iV.j and SWJ of the Revised statute of
the I'nited St:.u. -it which meeting you. the said
Louis D. Thorns, are. required to be present by said
orcer of court. ieori,e Fihek, Assignee.
WHEREAS. William V. Thornton and Martha
M Thomtou. by their certain Trust Ined catcd
May the iMh. A. D. lt'tTand recorded in the Record
ers o:Sce in Alexander County, in Book "V." Pol'O
4sl, sjand 3 did convey to the uhder-i.-ned as Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure the
p-yment of seven proinisory note for the sum of
one thousand (In.;) dollars' each and payab.e re
spectively in four (4i five (i) six c' seven (7) eight
(si tiLe CO and ten (Ul) years from date, with Inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per at-tnia. pavuhle
semi-annually from date and whereat live (5 of said
note are now !ue and unpaid with interest on
same from the 25th of May A. D 1T4 to thl date.
And whereas the legal holder of a;d note ha
called upon the nndewiened to sell the premise
hereinafter described to satisfy said note and inter
est. Now therefore In pursuimce of the terms of
'aid Deed 01 trust tne undersigned will.
ON WEDNESDAY THE 13TH DAY OF AUGUST,
A. D. IsTh.
between the hours of ten (101 o'clock A. M., and 5
o c.oek 1 . .M . ot satd day. on the premise herein
after described in the city of Cairo. I!!., tiroceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
caa. tne toaowng cescrtoea iteal tstate. to-wit :
Lots number nine t,!Wen (10) eleven (11) twelve 03)
an 1 thirteen (lMi in block number sixteen (1) in
the firs: addition to the city of Cairo. Illinois, ua
platted by the Trustee of Cairo Ci'v Property,
situated in the County of Alexander. Illinois, and
nil the rights and iou;tv of redemption of the sni.1
William V. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton hi
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, and as
signs therein, to satisty aui trust and ail costs and
expenses of executing the same
EDWARD A. WILSON, Trustee.
SprlngfleM. Ills.. July (th. lfltf.
pCBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Statu op Illinois. I Circuit court of Alcx.m
Corsrv of ALtXASDtn. ) der county, September
term. A. D. IsTli.
J. M. Phillips, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline . Morris. Caroline W. Morris. Freder
ick S. Morris. Charle E. Morris, Margaret Mor
ris. Ou bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Caroline E.
Morris, Kxecntris. Caroline E. Morn. Caroline W.
Morris, Frederick S. Morris. Charles E. Morris and
Margaret Morris, the defendant above turned,
havlnsheen tiled In the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander connty, notice I hereby
given to the ald non resident defendants, that tho
complainant has filed his bill of complaint in ald
court ou the t'hancerv side thereof on the 21st day
oi Julv. A.I). JOTS'. 'Now, therefore, miles you,
the said Caroline E. Morri. Executrix, Caroline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris. Frederick 3. Morrl.
Charles E. Morrl. and Margaret Morrl shall per
tonally be and appear before the ald circuit court
of Alexander county on the first day of tho next
term thereof, to be I.oldeu In the court house In the
city of Cairo, In said comity, on the 1Mb day of Sep
tember. A. D. lsTH. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant' bill of complaint, tbo nine,
nnd the matter and thing therein charged aud
ftated. will be taken a coufesscd, aud a decree en
tered agulust you according to the prayer of ald
lll. JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
R. 8. Yoctim, Complainant' Solicitor.
July 21st. is?i.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
State ok Illinois. 1 Clrcultconrtof Alexander
County op Alexandeu, j county, September term,
William Tweed Parker 1
Elizabeth Linker. William I on bill fcr partition.
Linker. )va F. Parker. Jodo ,
Parker. Robert H. CtinulBg
ham, Lizzie K Hughe J
Affidavit of the non reldenco of Ellzabeth'Llnker,
William Linker. Dva F. Parker, of the the defend
ant above nnmed.'havitig been filed In the office of
ine cierk or nam circuit court or Aicxauaer county,
notice I hereby iriven to the nlil nou-resldent de
femiant.that the complainant ha filed hi bill of
complaint In nld conrt on the chancery ldo thereof
uii iuu mm day oi Jtllv. A. 1). 1S,. iOW, tnereiore,
I", V"y"H- tl atd'Elli!aheth Lluker, William
Linker, Dya F. Tarker httll personally be and op
pear beforo tho said circuit court of Alexander
county on tho first day or the next term thereof, to
bo noldcn at the court hono In the city or Cairo.
!S-ial" r,ou.ut on the 15th day of September, A. D.
in. I., na plena, answer or demur to the ald com'
plalnaut' hill of comnlnhit th m mill ihp mat'
il Sml ,hlnP tDl'f'ln churned and "'atetl. will h
taken at cimfeed. and a decree entered against
you according to tbo pravcrnf ald bill .
B,.. JOI1N A. REEVE, Clcik.
"Suiyj?,. Complainant , solicitor.
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Physician speak Id Term of Pralie Id favor of the
... . , Cincinnati, Juno 2(. 1&78.
Havma had tome considerable acquaintance with
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recommend Its an excellent remedy in all tbedi
ease for which Dr. Forhe counsels It nc.
DR. J. HALLOWELL,
376 George Street, Cincinnati.
What Rev. Joseph Emery, tho well-known City
. t , Cincinnati. June CO, 1676.
Ravin b had a long acquaintance with Dr. Forbes,
1 1 in ttlisfled that whatever he recommend he doe
locousclenciously, and will prove ll they promt.
rtKV. JOSEPH EMERY.
Extract from a few of the Manv Letter frinucntlj
received at the Oftlc.
One ay:"l feel that vour Pad have lavcdmv
life." Another ay: "Your Pad ha Jut reached
tnycaso. H ha entirely removed niy ocstlvenest
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Tour Pad attended strlctlv to business, and In
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"Your Pad ha cured nu,of Bllllousne and a tor
pid Liver. I am better tlinn 1 have been 'a twenty
war" Still another sav: I rave endured all tt
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