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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY .-' MOKMNU, . AUGUST 1; 1879.
II. BRYANT. M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue,
RKSlDSNCR .-Corner Nluetoeutn and VU
y II. MAREAN, M. D.,,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
Office 140 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourtueuth St. and Washington vuuuu, Cairo.
T R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
NO. 31 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owioc No. lW Commercial
Siirhtn and Ninth 8tneu
H. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Klghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :--Wlth the Widows' and Oorplmns' Mu
tual Aid Society.
INEGAR & LAKSDEN,
vOFFICE No. lift Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT T1IK POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS RKCOND-CLAS9 MATTEIt.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning? Daily in Southern Illinois.
Cairo, III., July 31. tSTtt.
Tunu Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Yel Weathej.
.:4i a in Su.ll
li:i " rtUy
Maximum Temperature. & o ; Minimum Teinl
perature, 71 ; Rainfall, o UJ Inch.
W. II. KAY.
Berg't Sisual Corns, U.S.A.
Fon Sale. Lot on Twentieth street.ncnr
Comruereial avenue, with small house,
price 20H. Also lot on w est Hide Poplar
near Fourth street.
M. J. IIowley, Agent.
A Rehclar Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, itt 8 a. ni., and 1 and G p. m
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth tn Court House. Returning
down Washington avenue to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare earh way. or
pan oi ino way, o cents.
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WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for 8crecns,to l)c made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Ten Cents Worth. It you wunt a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
the tonaorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
cial avenue. '
The Finest Shop m the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Taul Shulw' drug store. It must
be seen to lc appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush aud bhek your boots for
3 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
. Shaving, 10 cents; hair cut, 25 cents; cbnm-
pooing, 23 cents; oilier work iu proportion
KLEKt KLEE! ICE1 ICE!
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to nil
parts of the city. Ofliee and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street
The best Lnko Ice always on hand.
Notice Ou and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to thefollowiug
figures: Shaving, 10 cent- hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, L ask a continuance of the
same, assuring tlicm as well as others who
may wish to call, Unit all work will 1m
done hi first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Aluxan-
Ucr County Bunk. J. Oko. Steinhol'sk
ENVELors printed at tho Bulletin oflice,
1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next UO
' days. .
V leu, Ice Wiiou.HAi.E and Retail in
largo or slnall quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of tho city, delivering
pure Lake Ice In such quantities as cus
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comers may ucsire. iwcave orucrs ut my
, residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
" at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office. .
, : F.M. Ward,
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
John W. Trover,, ono of tho old ex
Mayors of Cairo, was In the city, ycsterday.
Nott will abandon his contest with
Folcv this morniucr. which is 'ft sonsible
thing for Nott to do.
Tho body of Mrs. Sullivan was con
veyed to Villa Ridge cemetery lor burial,
via Illinois Central, Wednesday afternoon.
Lawyer Linegar hng not been retained
for Ilogan. He declines to accept a re
tainer on either side. Tho . prosecution
propose to secure the assistance of Judge
The excavation of the old sewer that
served as a drain to the convent, has result
ed in the uncovering of unsavory smells,
that should have remained stifled where
they were. We are learning but slowly.
-A tour-whcclcd vehicle iu which Rev.
Mr. George and other parties were seated,
let down with quite a stunning suddenness,
opposite the High School building, yester
day evening. The balance of the trip was
performed on foot.
-On Wednesday evening last, Miss Ilo
gan was standing iu or near Mr, Haythorn's
store, and Baw her brother fire the murder
ous shot that took Charley Arter's life. The
shock to her nervous system was so great
that she full in a swoon.
When tho new sidewalk that is in
course ol construction in front of tho
Planter's Tobacco warehouse is completed,
there will be a continuous stretch of new
ami substantial sidewalk on the east side of
Commercial from Sixth to Eighth street.
Mr. John Clancy, who left Cairo
several weeks agd, badly used up from an
attack of rheumatism, returned from the
Arkansas Hot Springs, n few days ago. a
new man. Indeed be feels so buoyant nnd
elastic, that he is not disinclined to enter a
heavy weight walking match.
The sad intelligence of his son's violent
death has not been communicated to Dr,
Arter as yet, and as be information woul
give him a great shock and possibly hasten
the end, which is not distant, at best, it is
though advisable to withhold the terrible
story as long ae possible. Friends who
may call upon him will please bear this
fact in mind.
Charles Jones, George Dillon and Jas,
O'Connell .were in the Merchant's Exchange.
yesterday and ventured upon a discussion
of nationalities. But a few words had been
passed before Jones gave O'Connell a blow.
Dillon following it up quickly with a kick
O'Connell complained before Squire Robin
son, who fined Jones and Dillon f) and
Charley Arter, who came to such a
tragic end Wednesday evening, held a life
policy for five thousand dollars, in one of
the solvent companies represented by Mr.
Wells. The mnuey will be paid to the
1 fl - ., m
laniny ns soon as tnc proper proois are
made. This was certainly an exercise of
prudent forethought, neglected by too
many of us.
Thomas O'Neil. the individual who
provoked the fistic bout with Henry Bric-
han and was severely pummelled with the
heavy end of a soda bottle the individual,
too, who dashed through his own door and
out of the window after the wife to whom
ho had been wedded but a little over a
month this individual was taxed with tho
payment of fine and costs aggregating the
inevitable $!) CO or thereabouts.
The funeral services over the remains
of C. D. Arter, will be conducted by the
Rev. B. Y.George, at deceased's residence,
at half past 1 o'clock p. in. The special
train will leave the foot of Twentieth street
uthalf past 2, for the cemetery at Villa
Ridge, where the body will lie buried nc
cording to the tonus of the Masonic fratern
ity. Friend of the family are respectfully
invited to be present.
The burning of tho Knox Sugar Re
finery and Starch Works at Vincenncs, last
Tuesday, proves to be one of the heaviest
disasters that ever befell that city. The
works were valued at a quarter of a million
dollars, and were totally destroyed. The
fire is ascribed to sparks from a passing lo
comotive that fell into the corn bins. Over
ninety men were engaged in and about the
works, all of whom are thrown out of em
ployment. During tho 24 hours ending at 9
o'clock, yesterday, twelve new cases of
fever were reported to the Memphis Board
of Health, and no deaths. We might
gather some comfort from this report, but
for the news that reaches us from the
other direction. At Yankton vesterdav
the thermometer marked 00 decrees of
heat, indicating that we have as yet bad
but a torctaato ot the hot weather that is
yet to come.
As, uuderthouow law, a Justice of the
Peace cannot act as cx-ofllcio coroner, if the
coroner Himself bo in the county, it was
thought advisable, yesterday morning, to
Hold another inquest over the body of
Charley Arter. Accordingly, after sum
mousing a jury, Coroner Fitzgerald nnd the
jury repaired to Arter's home, examined the
body, and returned to the court house.
wncre several witnesses were examined
touching the causo of deceased's death. The
evidence was almost identical with that
drawn out before Squire Comings during
me original inquiry. Coroner Fitzgerald
(after the jury had agreed upon a verdict)
issued his mittimus, committing Mr. lloan
to the county jail, without bail. It is nor
haps due to Squire Comings to ty that ha-
fore responding to the request to hold the
first inquiry, he gave it as his opinion that
tho proceeding would havo no legal effect,
as the Coroner had not gone beyond tho
limits of the county. .The friends of the
deceased being anxious, however, that tho
body should bo examined before removal,
rather insisted upon tho inquest being held,
holding that defect could bo cured by fu
ture action; and with that understanding
"the Squiro proceeded to tho inquiry.
Carnii has a sensation. On Tuesday
last a man named Brown armed with a
shot gun, entered a field wherein an old
negro man named Grant, was at work.
Brown nccuscd Grant of circulating ugly
stories about his Wife. Grant denied it,
and resuming his work, told Brown to go
ubout his business. Unseen by Grant
Brown npproached to within . a few feet,
leveled his gun, find poured its contents
into tho old man's body. The wounded
man ran a few steps, fell to the ground and
died in three or four minutes.
The picnic at Commercial Point ou
Wednesday, called out a very respectable
crowd, and everybody present confesses
that he or she had a jolly good time of it.
But the individual who ran the beer de
partment is disgusted beyond expression.
It was not a beer drinking crowd, and
from the sixty or seventy gallons provided,
he didn't sell enough to pay for tho glasses.
From his standpoint, therefore, tho picnic I
was a failure. We'll venture the predic
tion thnt the man who dispensed the edi
bles has no complaint of failure to urge
The Metropolis Journal of this week
says that "John II. Oberly, now editor of
the Suite Register, is an astute politician,
etc. It seems utterly impossible to dis
connect Mr. Oberly and the Register. Our
cotcmporaries will have him, in spite of
the many contradictions sent out, editor
and part owner of the Register. It is per
haps useless' to do so, but inthe interest of
truth we repeat that Mr. Oberly has no
connection with the Register as editor or
otherwise. He is entirely out of the news
paper business, and gives his entire time to
the duties of his office.
W. J. Yost, Esq., of Metropolis, but
known to quite all of our Cairo citizens,
has suffered as few men have suffered and
survived. He has been sick nearly five
months, of that most loathsome nnd painful
of all diseases, the dropsy. Early in May
last he commence swelling and in two
days was near to bursting. The water found
points of issue in different parts of the body,
and in about three weeks ho bcc.nne reduc-
ed to his natural proportions. Hi legs arc
still terribly swollen and exceedingly pain
ful. He has not walked a step since the
(1th day of May last, nnd he has not been
able to lie down since the first of March
last a period of five months. In a private
note to the writer, he bears most grateful
testimony to the untiring care and constant
devotion of his good wife.
Wo have been repeatedly importuned
to denounce the killing of Charles D. Arter,
as the atrocious crime that the law and pu
blic opinion hold it to be. Were our whole
mind and soul given up to feelings of hate
and a desire for vengeance, we could scarce-
wish to add a word to the testimony
already before the public. It tells iu plain
and unmistakable terms that Ilogan was
not smarting under the sense of any fresh
wrong. Had this been so. he would have
killed his victim, when, on entering the
saloon, he met Itjiu face to face. It furth
er tells that he had deliberately determined
to give Arjer no chance for explanation, no
chance to defend himself, no chance for his
life. To carry out this purpose, the evi
dence shows that he waited in the saloon
until the only man who was likely to stay
Ins arm, had passed to the stwet; that
then he quietly approached Arter
trom behind, and sped the deadly missile
upon its murderous work before bis victim
even became conscious of his presence.
That cowardice suggested assassination as
the means of ridding the world of Charley
Arter, is not true. The imputation of
cowardice .will not lie against John Ilogan.
He has shown coolness and couracc in too
many desperate straits to be subjected to
the accusation of cowardice now. He had
simply pre-determiued to take Arter's life,
to give him no chance forescape or defence.
How faithfully that determination was car
ried out the public has been informed.
Annual Meetino. Tlie Widows' and
Orphans' Mutual Aid Society will hold its
second annual meeting, at the Temperance
Reform club room, on Tuesday, the 5th day
of August, at 2 p. m. sharp. All members
are requested to be present, and all others
are invited. TnoMAS Lewis, Secy.
, If You Want a nice clean shave, a
fashionable hair cut, u sluunpoo that will
cool your head and quiet your nerves, or in
fact anything else in the tousorial' line,
Conrad Alba's shop on 0th, near Levee, is
the place to go, and bis artists are the men
to do the work. Here is his scale of popu
Shampooing ! ,25c!
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airy nnd
elegant iu all its appointments. Work nl
A had accident A little child, fho
daughter ol Arthur Banks, Esq., of this
city, fell into a tub of hot water yesterday
and was badly scalded. The immediate
application of Henry's Carbolic Halve
which was fortunately in the house, iai
statitly removed the pain, and the 'little
sufferer is now out of dangm. Bar! !av
Bros., Agents. j
. DEAD IN A WELL.
TUERON OILHON TUMBLES HEADLONO INTO
HIS OWN WELL AND DUOWK8 ORAVE BUT
UNSUPPORTED SUSPICION OF FOUL PLAY,
When, on Wednesday evening, Coroner
Fitzgerald came into request in Cairo, it
was ascertained that he was absent in the
county, holding an inquest over the dead
Inidy of Thcron Gilsou. Tho coroner was
accompanied by Sheriff Hodges, lest the
evidence should develop a necessity for put
ting somebody under arrest.
Messrs. Fitzgerald and Hodges repaired
to the home of Gilson, which is situated
about five or six miles from Unity.
Gilson's dead body was on view,
and tho Coroner havinjcmpaiinelled a jury
of neighbors elicited information to the
Gilson had married a widow with two or
three grown daughters. Van Hazlewood
had taken one of these daughters in mar
riage. In course of time the wife died ;
and through the persuasions or by the con
sent of Gilson the bereaved step-son-in-law
came to Gilson's house to live.
Van and Thcron were given to drink,
Thcron to great excess. Saturday night a
supply of whisky was brought to the
hous'.', and some- of the inmates Thcron
especially, got uproariously drunk, keeping
up the revels to a late hour at night. At 5
o'clock Sunday morning Mrs. Gilson, stand
ing in the door of her house,saw her husband
going toward . the well, still visibly under
the influence of whisky. He approached,
leaned over the npperture, and, losing his
balance, went down, head first. Mrs. Gil
son immediately apprised her son-in-law,
Hazlewood, who was still in bed, of what
had happened, and that individual, getting
out ot led and dressing himself,
hurried to homes of two of the
neighbors, succeeded, aftci a time,
in getting mutters in shape to determine
whether the unfortunate Theron had killed
himself by the fall, or drowned after fall
ing, or was still alive, waiting to be drawn
up. Doubts and uncertainties iu this re
spect were soon determined. The body,
when rescued, had no signs of life alwuit i".
There were heavy contusions to be seen
upon the head and arms; but it is thought
that deatli ensued from drowning.
Mr. Hazlewood, under oath, corrobora
ted the statement of Mrs. Gilson, so far as
it related to the fact of her arousing him
and informing him of the mishap to Ther
on; and iu several respects his statements
were corroberated by the testimony she
gave in. But it being known that Hazle
wood aud Gilson had quarreled a great
deal of late, neighbors were not wanting to
form grave suspicions that Hazlewood had
assisted Gilson in his plunge by giving him
a starting tap on the head. Others con
jectured that Gilson had been hit on tire
lie id, and afterwards thrown into the well.
These theories were supported by the dis
covery of spots of blood about the well, the
presence of which could lie explained upon
no other reasonable hypothesis.
But the horror-mongers were not allowed
to feed upon the supieionsthus created, but
for a brief interval although it was shown
that the blood could not have got where it
was found, because of ' any hurt deceased
lad received during the fall, and it was
known that it did not drop there from the
body after recovery. But a man named
Burns, living in the n'.-ighkirhood, furnished
a key to the whole mystery. He was in
the act of drawing water at the well, the
handle of the windlass slipped out of his
hand, and while spinning around at it
rapid rate, gave him a "severe clout" on
the probocis that distributed the "claret"'
thereabouts quite liberally This explana
tion, taken iu connection with Mrs. Gilson's
testimony completely uptripped all sus
picions of foul play, nnd left the jury no
other course to pursue than to declare that
Theron Gilson hail come to his death bv
losing his balance and falling headlong into
his own well.
Deceased is well known to quite nil the
residents of the Fourth ward, and is quite
as well known throughout the county. It
was a practice to which he adhered with
great pertinacity, for a number of years, to
get on a spree every time he visited Cairo,
and to let the whole upper cud of the city
know that he was in town. He was an in
dustrious man, always on the go, and
managed to get money, w hen many of his
neighbors were compelled to do without
that very essential commodity. While it is
likely that Theron was the greatest enemy
to himself, it is nevertheless true that but
few of his Cairo acquaintances can recall
the time when they considered it a pleas
ure to meet him.
It is a sad end the poor fellow came to,
and nil of us can afford to hope that he rests
HOW TO (!KT WELL ThollsMillS of per-
sons arc constantly troubled by n combina
tion of diseases. Diseased Kidneys and
costive bowels are their tormentors. They
should know that Kidney-Wort nets on
these organs at the same time, causing
them to throw off the poisons that have
clogged them, ami so renewing the whole
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. Notice. to all whom it may concern :
The Cniro Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
sauio is made on a written order signed by
myself, and tho order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, nnd no contracts
for advertising or job work arc valid unless
the same arc endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS la this column, or
Wtutwl, For Sale, For Kent. Wanted to Kent,
Ikmrdiuii, Lout and Found, and tlie like, lent than
five llnea each, will bo mililinlicd Uni'i cent every
luaertioD. Each additional Hue, i cent.
HEADQUARTERS FUR FINE AUCIIERYGOOD8
Mown, Arrow, Target, Snooting (ilovea, etc., at
C. W. llENUEKSOK'H, Commercial avenuo. tor
All pernon are warned not to throw or depoMt
any Kurlmife, !) or rulililHli or any animal or yen
tabid matter of any kind. Into niiv of the ntreet,
avenuea. ill ley or other placea In the city, a it la
contrary to law and daiiiteroua to the pulillc health.
Police conKtablcH are xpecliilly charged to tuforco
rlKoroiiHly a the ordinance lu relutioa to the
health or tho city.
The wbl'oii timt tiaulK tho alop and kitchen oll'ul
will call dally, (hundaya accepted:)
In the Frm Ward, from to 8 a. m.
" Second ;s to 10 a. in.
Third " ' It) to 13 m.
Hmrth " " to. 4 p. m.
" Hflh " 4 to 6 J), m.
All persona are requeued to report to thoUenlth
Olllcer all vlolutionn of them, rule.
N. II TlllhTLEWOOl). Mayor.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
ConiiiieiTiiil Avenue and Eighth Street.
F. Illios-j, President
P. NKFF. Vice-Prealdeut. .
11. WELLS. 'ahler
T J. KKIU'U, AiHtiint Cashier.
F. Ilnm Cairo: William KIiil-c .Voiro:
1'eter Nctl. Cairo: William Wolf, ftlro:
t . M. Onterloh. Cairo: H. L. Hilllmlev. Ht.Loula
fc. Under, Calm ; J. V. Clemron, Caledonia
i . u. ratter, Cairo.
A t;EXEUAL KAN'KINO ItlSlNESS DONE
J7X('HAN(iEao1il and bought. Interet paid In
J, hHvfl'l.' Department. Collection made
biiu an niiinvia promptly attended to.
JjJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Clwiterert March .'!!, lr.fi't.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK
INTEREST paid on deporitu March let and Rep
teniliiT Int. lutereet not withdrawn la ,!,!,.,! ,
nu'dliitily Initio principal of the depoit, thereby
trl Vint; them compound lutercr-t.
Children timl married women may deposit
tuonoy nnd no one else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tkeasurki..
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLWAY, President.
H. L. HALLWAY. Vice President.
WALTER II YM.OP. Caller.
. aTAATS TAVI1R. . p. AI..ri)Ar.
HKXBV L. II A LI. 1 1) V, R. H. (TNNIXullAtt.
II. I). W1LI.IAMHON. m-KeilKv itMii.
II. II. CAKtlEK.
Ext hauge. Coin and United States Bonds
110TCHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a general banking business
tfOK METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAH
The Elegant Sldewheel Pam-nuT Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, for
raoiieau. .neiropoim aim way inndliiL's. For
ireii-iu orpsrsaire apply to SOI,. A. SILVER,
CAIRO cm fei:uyco.(
On aiidafter Monday, June ID, the boat will make
uie ioiiow inn trips;
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Lnnd'R.
7 a. m.
' a. to.
11 a. tn.
'I p. in .
::w p. m.
! a. m.
,'I p. in.
7: 10 a, m.
i:W a. m.
11 :i a. m.
e ::J0 o. m.
:):: p. m.
8 a. m.
:) p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING Sc HEATING
Tinware and Hollow wuro of everv
Unerwiirt's old sluiid.nn Klu-hth street
IIWVJIIIZ H mi W UiriT I1LT A Uiii. ..It., All
I. 1 1 1 n . i "till . Ill K
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iupy "Works
0,1 OHIO I.KVEK. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. "Ron
HAX5S "J,nl,1Ir,M'rt work nt the above men
tinned place la hdie, prepared than v.,r for
iiavini! it Steam Hammer and amnio Toot, the
KIT i ! , '' Fowl n n made a rioclalty.!M
Mac"!!,,,!!. lllH" Klvua 'IHlriorK Miieaaufl
Mpo Pitting la all in liraoche. ; . f
Notice I hereby fflvnn to the w idow and bvinn
Alexander C. Iloifecs. deceased, and all other whoii ft
It may concern, that the itudenluned will tile blv
final report a administrator of tho estate of ald
Alexander V. Undue, deceased, at the Auifiut term,
IHTD of the county court of Alexander couuly, Ill.
"(,l to a hidden at Cairo, tu said county, on tho '
iiuiu iinimitiyoi AllL'UHl ami win men inn
there make thin I ctlleinent und'ask for a dlsiharjjo
o wn iiiiiuiuniraior. juiia uuinita,
July HO, 1879. Administrator, etc.
A TTACIIMENT NOTICE.
Publ'c tiotlco U horcby clvon to Herman Lewi
that on the l'.lth day of July. A. D. ls7. Henrv i
V els ailed out of tho circuit court of Alexander
county, Illinois, writ ofittlachment against the
estate of the said Herman Levy, for MiT.ou. return
able on the third Monday of September, is;n. to a
term of wild court tlieu to be holden 'In the city of
C airo, in said county and tatu, which writ ol at-
tudiment liu lieen levied upon lot t, block 4T, l)
siiid ellv nf Cniro "Vniv ik. .l.l ir. ......... 71
i.e) siiun upjieiir, kivo oau ana plena wlttitn tLM
tinio limited lor his appearance in such case. J'ldje'
nient will be entered and the estate o attached
will be unld. JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo, II!., Auu'uitt 4th, 1ST'.). Circuit Clerk.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
STATiior. Ii.uxom. (Circuit court of Alexander
CofNTVor Au:xa,M'KH. (county. September term J
A. D. 17'J. 1
William Tweed Parker 1
Elizabeth Linker. William I on Mil f. r partition.
Linker. Dva K Parker. Jode ,'
Parker, Robert II . Ciiuuli)''. I .
ham, Lizzie K. llujihc J
Affidavit or the nou residence of KllzMieth'l.lLkfr
W illlam Linker. Dyu V. Parker, of the the (b'fei
ants above named, having been tiled In the office of
the clerk of said circuit court of Alexander county,
notice I hereby Kiveii to the said iiou r, iilent ce
fendaiits.that the complainant has HK-d hi b'!l i f
complaint In said court on the chancery ide tbercr
on the UHh day of July. A. p. Now. therefore
null s you. the siilil Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dya F. Parker sliall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
county on the first day of I lie net term thereof, to
be holden at the court house in thu city ot Cairo
n said county, on the 1Mb day of September. A. I)
H.!J. and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plaluant bill of complaint, the same and the mut
ter and thine therein clmr-red nnd tau-d, will be
taken a confeed. and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill
JOHN A. KEEVE.CIeik.
Orekn ic (.tuo:irr, Complainant Solicitor.
-..v ... . . .. . ...... a.. r.,ii4 iiiiuiaii
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Statc op Illinium. I Circuit court of Altxan
tofSTV or Alexa.ni.r, der county, Sep;e i.bi-r
, ,,. term. A. D. IST.
J. M. Phllliiis.v. Caroline E. SlorrK executrix, etc.
Caroline fc. Morris. Caroline W Morri. Freder
ick S. Morri. Charlc K. Morris. Margaret Mor
ris. -Ou bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non nsldeiice of Caroline E
Morri. Executrix. Caroline E. Morns. Caroline W
Morn. Krederif k S. Morris, chard- E. Morris ar.d
Muriran t Slorrit. the defendants above nimcd.
havitju' been Bled In the oflice of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander countv. notice I hereby
t'lven to the said nun resident defendant, that th'
complainant hn tiled his bill of complaint tn said
court on the Chancery side thereof on the ilst day
of July. A. I) WS. Now. therefore, unless ou,
the said Caroline- K. Morris. Exocntrlx, Caroline E.
Morris. Caroline W. Morris, Frederick 8. Morns.
Charles E. Morri. aud Margaret Morri shall per
onaliy be and appear beTore the said clrcnit court
of Alexander coiiiitt on the !lrt day ot the to-xt
term thereof, to 1 holden In the court house In the
city or Cairo, iu sid connlv. on the lMh dar of S,-p
temht r. A. I). 1S71'. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant' bill of complaint, the same,
and the matter and things therein charged and
nuted. will lie taken as cor,. cd. and a decree en
tered against you accordion to the pmvi-rof said
bill. JOHN A. KF.fcE. Clerk
It S rw:;m, Complainant' Solicitor.
VntRhAS, William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their certiln Trust Died Oat, d
Maythe;r.th. A. D. !17 and recorded In the Record
ers olHce in Alexander Countv. in Hook -V." Paire
41, :i and 3 did Convey to the undersigned asTrust.e
the premises hereinafter desrribed to secure th
.payment of se en promisory note for thu um cf
one thousand (luui) dollars each and navable re
spectively in four (4) n i5) six ifii seven '(7) elirht
l) nine (') and ten lih jvar from date, with Inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable
eml -annually from dale and whereas ttve (5j ot said
note are now due aud unpaid with interest on
same from the vrth of May A. D lc74 to this date
And whereas tlie deal holder of said note La
called upon the undersljnicd to sell the preml-c
hereinafter desert bed to tisfy said note and inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the. term of
ald Deed of Trust the uudernluned will.
ON THURSDAY THE 4TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. l. H7.
between the hour often Min n'rloek AM
o clock P.M. of said day. on the premise herein
aner described in the city ol Cairo. Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the Lk'he.i l,f,t..r r...
cah. the followlnj described Heal Estate, to wit :
Lots nuuiliemtue t'.'lteu (10) eleven 111) twelve, 1J)
and thirteen 13j in block numlier sixteen i'.i.i in
the first addition to the city of t alro. Illinois.
platted by the Trustee of Cairo Cl'y Property,
situated ill the Coiii.lv of Al. iniwl,.r nn..i. ...a
f.'-o!!"' r,XMi."d l'1"i,v of redemption of the said
V lllhiin . Thornton and Martha M. Thornton hi
W ife, their heirs, i-xecutom. admiiilaiml nr.. NnH mm.
li:ii therein, to satisfy said trust and all cost and
expense of executliiK thesame.
4i , ,., , . "-AKSHALL, TntMee.
Springfield. Ills.. July nth. Ii7tf.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IVST R.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual -Aid Society,
Orsanlzoil July lltli, 11177, Under the Lawsot
the. State of lllinoU. Cop rlahteil July
It, 1I177, under Act of CoiiKroH.
WILLIAM STIiAT'i'ON, Pkrsipknt.
Mil. P. A. TAYLOR,
I. A. (lOLl)STINK,
Hit. J. J.GORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, .
HOAIU) OF managers:
. J. GORDON. I'hvslrlim r.i.n in-
Mr. P. A.TAYLOl'l. Superintendent of '
School, Alexander County "
Mr. E. C. FoltD, Variety Bracket Store. '
. A.GULDMTINK. of Goldsllne & Ho
aeiiwater, Wholesale and Huiall Dealer
In Slunle and Fnnev Drv (looils " it
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, of Hliikle Jt
TlilHtlewooil. CoitimlHslon Merchant,
Cotton nun Tobacco Factor "
. D. AVEItri, of Aycr A Co,, Commis
sion Merchant o
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance. Maunder
and Attorney nt Law "
WM. STKATTON. of Btrnttou A Bird.
Wholesale Grocer it
OKO. M. ALDKN. Commlsdou Mor-
JAS. S. ItEAItDEN. Alfent Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company n
HARRISON HOUPT, Wotcliumker aud
Jeweler.. it it
cnuni, tk Ohio Levee.
CHAM. It. STUART, Wholesale and lie
tall Dry Good and Notion "
EDWARD A. BUDER, Maimfacturlnj
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer lu
Watchmaker' Tool nnd Material,,., " "
EDWIN it. EUNEW, Proprietor St, '
Charle Hotel , .
ehiuit , "
Dr. KDWAHI) R. HOK. U. 8. Mnwhai ; ... -
Hotithern IHstrtct Ulluol HnrlnKflnM, III.
Mr, 8. A. AY KHH.. , VWaRldfr),
Dr. R. B. BttlGHAM. Phylclan..Iudianpoll, Ini
JAB, M. GKLATT, ,Koal Klato, .;
Agent ....Keokuk, town.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS, Methodlit , ,
. 1lni?tVJ; Orond Jonctlnn, Tenn.
i, R. OULLlY.MeretUot... ..Merldan.Mti.