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H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Xtxhlh and WuhlngUih . Arenne.
BISIDEXCK:CoruiT Nineteenth nd Wash
ington. II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeojiathlc Physician and Sursreoii.
Cc 140 Commercial avenue. Bcildence corner
Fourteenth SI. and Wblnptou avenue, I alro.
"y R. SMITH, M. D.
Offlw and Residence:
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIHO, ILL.
K. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omn-No. VVi C'ommrcil
JlgU'b and Ninth Street
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICZ-Elghtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
fJlHOMAS LEWIS, .
Notary 1'nMic and Conveyancer.
OPFICEWltu the Wldowa' aud Oorphau' Mu
tual Aid Society.
J ISXGAB & LANSDEN,'
OFFICE No. in Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTERED AT TUE POST OFFICE IS CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER. COUNTY
Only Movuins Daily In Southern Illinois,
signal Omrit. I
Caiih). 111., August 1, 1879.
Tlmu. liar. Thor. Hum Wind. Vel Weather
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3:KS " AUK
Maximum Temperature. tftO; Minimum Tern
perature, 71 i Ualnfall, 0.00 Inch.
n 1I HA 1
Serg't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
A Ke(U.lar Hack leaves the St. Clmrles
Hotel daily, tit & a. m., nml 1 ami C p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial "to Twentieth street;
jup Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington aveuuo to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way, or
part of the way, 5 cents.
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 screens,to be made up in the latest
and boat style. Trices very low.
Ten Cents Wohtii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or .anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the plnce to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 143 Commer
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Paul Shulis' drug 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. Prices (if work us follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 23 cents; chain
pnoing, 25 cents; other work in proportion
KLEEt KLEF.! ICE I ICE!
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of the city. Oflicc and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake lee always on hand.
I. I I. - I I II 1
totice On and after Juiy 1st, the prices
at my shop will bo reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cent- hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 2 . cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish io call, that, all work will bo
done in lirRt class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Steiniiocsk
Ik You Want a nice clean shave, a
fashionable hair cut, a shampoo that will
cool your head and quiet your nerves, or in
fact anything else in the tonsorial line,
Conrad Alba'g shop on Cth, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists aro the men
to do the work. Here is his scale of popu
lar prices :
Sua vinci.... ., .IOC.
IIaib-Cuttino , 25c.
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airy and
elegant in all its appointments. Work al
: ways satisfactory.
''Envelops printed at the Bulletin office-,
$1.00 icr M. Envelops furnished at St
Louli wholesale List prices for tlio nextSO
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
-It is said that there aro several cases of
chills and fever in the city.
Paul II. Scliuh has opened a branch
store in Alba's now building.
Mr. Ed Corliss and wife, ot Metropo
lis, were in tlte city yesterday.
Judge W. J. Allen was in the city yes
terday, attending circuit court.
. Nine new cases and four deaths con
titute the Memphis report to 9 o'clock a. m,
The Champion will not make a trip
to morrow, but will spend Sunday getting
up her new chimneys.
Professor ' Alvord and latnily were
among the passengers of the Champion to
Padticah yesterday. They will return to
day. Mrs. P. A. Taylor, County Superintend
ent, brought her Thebes Normal school to a
successful closo yesterday, and will reach
Dispatches received yesterday by Dr.
Rauch report nine new cases and four
deaths at Memphis, and two deaths and no
new cases at New Orleans.
Policeman Schuckcrs safely delivered
his escapad convict, Henry Clay, to the
"Four Courts" at St. Louis. He was want
ed to serve out a term for larceny.
Mr. J. II. Mulcahcy, of Commercial
Point, was in the city yesterday, and was
numbered among the Masons who escorted
Charley Arter's remains to Villa Ridge.
Christ. Kelly, one ot the steamboat
carpenters that make their home in Cairo,
is dangeronsly sick. He is in one of the
houses on 20th, between Commercial and
We had the pleasure of shaking hands
with Col. James Johnson, yesterday, and
are glad to say he is improving in health,
slow but sure. He had a sharp ''tussel,"
but pulled through all right.
Send for the Weekly Financial Report
of Alex. Frothingh'am & Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, which is sent free
and contains information how, by investing
$50 to $109 in stock operations, $1,000 is
It is said that the Seven Elephant cir
cits will not visit Cairo. In our opinion it
is missing a bonanza by staying away.
Seven elephants would prove a "drawing
card" In Cairo, and the sensation that a big
circus would create among us, is one of the
tilings we arc pining for.
The authorities are bestowing much
needed attention to the Tenth street side
walk between Washington and Walnut.
For the scattered and decaying boards that
have long served the uses of a sidewalk on
he north side of the street, the authorities
are now putting down a heavy bed of cin
ders. A number of musicians and vocalists
among our Cairo young people; have as
sociated themselves into a serenading party
under th name of "The Gang." They sing
and play well. Thursday night they gave
the Mound City people a sample of their
performances, and were very handsomely
The services over the remains of C. D.
Arter, deceased, at the residence, were con
ducted by the Rev. B. Y. George, the house
being inadequate to the accommodation of
the large number present. The body was
buried according to the beautiful and im
pressive forms of the A. F. A. Masonic fra
At the practice meeting of the Center
archery club, Thursday night, eight mem
bers were present. Four of the members
made a score of 81, 25, 1H and 10. On
Monday evening the club will shoot for the
possession of the officers, during the ensu
ing month the highest score taking the
presidency, and so on until all the official
places are disposed of.
Health Officer Wooten was informed
yesterday morning that if he'd make search
under the sidewalk he'd find the body of a
dead man. The Health Officer made the
search, and succeeded in scaring up a very
healthy mother hog and her little squealers;
but there was no dead body even in the
neighborhood of the point designated, nor
were there any signs that there recently
The special meeting of the City Coun
cil yesterdy alter was to receive the report
of the Street Committee on the Cache river
iron bridge. The committee reported the
bridge completed according to contract,
viz: 324 feet of trestle work and 100 teet
of iron work, for which there was duo tho
Wdstcrn Bridge Company the buiu of
$3,407.1!). The Council allowed the
amount and directed the Clerk to draw an
order therefor on the Cache River Bridge
fund. The object "of meeting being thus
accomplished the Council adjourned.
At tho hour ot 3 o'clock yesterday
morning, when the city was still wrapped
in the sable mantle of night, mid before tho
charticleer oi tho neighboring barn h:u
given the signal of the coming morn Mrs.
Nancy Mack awoke, to discover in tho dim
light of the turned-down lamp, tho form of
booh I wooh! a manl And that man
in his stocking feet, was stealing .towards
her couch, with dire intent, no doubt, but
Mrs. Mack was not caught napping. Quick
as thought sho sprang from her bed, and
quick as another thought she sprang
through tho open window to the, sidewalk
and gave the alarm. Help came, but too
late.. Tho man, in his stocking feet, hm
OAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY; MOUMNU. AUGUST 2, 1879.
flown and no trace of his whereabouts
could bo discovered. A good, healthy
charge of buck-shot is the greeting such
night prowlers deserve no odds whose
domicile they invade, if it is not their own.
Mr. II. C. Depuoi a railroad man of
much experience, will fill the position in
this city, formerly filled - by Caflt. James
Johnson. Mr. Johnson will continue to
act in tho very responsible position of
Southern agent. It is the purpose of Mr.
Lufkin, we hear, to resign tho position lie
has tilled so long aud satisfactory. We ex
tend a welcome to Mr. Dcpue. He suc
ceeds gentlemen who mananged to win the
friendship of our entire community; and
we arc pleased to hear that hp is equally
deserving, as well socially as in busi
During the mouth of Juue tho email
force at the car hoist changed the gauge of
13C4 freight cars and 114 passenger coaches
nearly fifty cars every twenty-four hours.
During the mouth of July business was
considerably ijhecked by the prevalence of
tho yellow fevfcr in Memphis, and the record
shows the hoisting cf only 1,144 freight
cars and 04 pasengcr coaches. Revisions
to the summer ff 1878 the average was
only 035 cars a month. An increase of
over one hundred per cent, in so short a
time certainly indicates very successful
The family of Charley Arter desire us
to extend an expression of their thanks
for the evidences of sympathy and good
will shown on the occasion of the funeral
and burial services, yesterday afternoon.
That so large a number should take such a
long walk or drive in oppressive heat oi a
noon-day sun, and a scarcely less fatiguing
railroad ride of thirty miles to the cemetery
and return, is certainly indicative of a kind
ly sympathy and friendship that can 1? out
illy repaid by a tender of thanks. It was
especially gratifying to the bereaved family,
and will be held by them in grateful re
membrance. It is not often that one's mirthful feelings
become so intense, and continue so long
that the expression of them in laughter
command the presence of the police, and
call out an admonition that, unless the up
roar U stopped, arrest and imprisonment
will be the consequence. But a nigh: or
two ago the ubiquitous and irrepressible
Miss "Black Hat" indulged in precisely
that kind of an outburst. She kept up her
gutfaw until it became as exasperating to
her neighbors as the incoming whistling of
the Fisk and Champion is to the Cairo
community at large. It was a paroxysm
that the woman actually seemed unable to
control; but was finally checked up in
"snubs," aud quiet again reigned in that
end ot onr Warsaw.
The motion for a new trial in the Glass
murder case was argued before Judge Har
ker, yesterday. The motion was grounded
on the affidavit of Glass that he had never
been arraigned, and the absence of any re
cord of the arraigment gave the affidavit
the air of plausibility, at least. But, on the
other hand, Judge Dougherty, Prosecutor
Mulkey, Bailiffs Olmsted, Redden and
others, swore unequivocally that Glass was
arraigned. With such testimony before it
the court could do nothing less than decide
that the arraignment had been made.
te over-ruling of the mo
tion for a new trial followed,
and Glass was called to the bar to receive
lis sentence ot death. The Judge decanted
upon the enormity of the crime of which
accused stood convicted, spoke ot the abil
ity and diligence of the attorney who de
fended him, and then proceeded to the sen
tence, substantially as follows: "It is
therefore the sentence of this court, Charles
ilass, that yuu be removerd from .hence to
the juil of the county, where youshall be re
tained until the 31st day of August next,
and thon be removed from thence to an en
closure on the court house premises, to be
prepared for the purpose, and therein, be
tween tho hours of 1 nnd 4 o'clock p. in..
said day, be hanged by the
neck until you are dead I dead!
dead; and may God Almighty have mercy
on your soul." The Judge ami many of
the audience were deeply affected; but
Glass was as stolid and indifferent as lie
could have been, had ho been in no manner
concerned in the ceremony. We do not
exaggerate when we say that, to all appear
ances, lie was the least affected man in the
We have received copies of the Pu
eblo and Silver Cliff, Colorado, papers from
"Albrighf-possibly Hon. F. E. Albright
that tell such stories of fortune-making
that we feel inclined to sling nwny our Fa-
ber, and put out for that new Eldorado
without taking time to shake p good-bye
with our readers. The "Silver Cliff Miner"
contains a map ot the Silver Cliff and
Rosita mining districts, nnd tells how
Messrs. Edwards, Powell and Hafford,
(who, in July 1878, were in the Hav mill
business) had occasion to puss nml repass
tho black and weather beaten cliff, and
how, being inspired by the never-satisfied
curiosity of old prospectors, they pulled up
handslul of grass nnd found ore at its very
roots. The news of tho discovery went
abroad, and the locality that then was a
desolation, in n single year became a thick
ly settled community, numbering its pec-
plo by tho thousand. The Miner further
tells how tho ''Racine Boy"' drove down his
stakes, and afterwards sold hU clninv for
$400,000, and bow Nevada Jones and
others, who bought It, sold Rfock In It to
the extent of $20,000,000, mid still re
tain a controlling ownership. Nearby an
other man staked off a claim which ho sold
to tlio Buckcy Mining company, of New
York, for $143,000; and this company, In
an outburst of generosity, let other parties
have $2,000,000 of their stock. Within a
scope of couatry not more than ton miles
long and three miles wide, fully a thousand
claims have been located, moro than half
of which are being worked, the dumps of
the shatts nssaying an average of over an
hundred ounces of silver to the ton, with
nearly two ounces of gold. Men who start
ed from the States penniless aud walked
the distance from Denver, are now, at the
end of twelve months, Silver-cliff million
aires. The saw mill men are rich beyond
computation, and yet it is said that the
wealth of Colorado has scarcely been
tapped. Yes, we have alxwt made up our
minds to go.
"Pete," like "Anti-llog," has a com
plaint that he desires shall find utterance
through the columns of The Bulletin.
He writes u as follows: "Judging from
the droves of dogs running at large in the
streets one would naturally suppose that
our city authorities cannot grapple with
more thtn one evil at the same time, to
wit: the yellow fever. I, for one, say
either aliolish the dog-lax altogether or en
force it. Probably twenty-livo people iu
the city who happened to own dogs worth
having, went and paid the tax in good
faith: and as an off-set to that example of
good faith we have at least forty dogs run
ning at large upon which no tax has been
paid, for every single dog that tax has bceu
paid upon and wears his tab to show the
fact. As the dog lusiuess is now conduct
ed I am disposed to think that any citizm
who pays the tax is what the lamented, but
profane Greeley would call "a d f !"
All of which is respectfully submitted,
In our need of repotorial help, a cor
respondent who signs himself "Anti-Hog,"
comes to our assistance with a drive at the
city authorities. His chirograph)- is so dif
ficult to decipher that lie will readily find
it in his heart to excuse us should we mis
translate him. "It seems" (our correspon
dent seems to say) "a strange thing that
our city authorities who prate so much
about cleaning up, and who have brought
tlio tiling down to sucji a fine jwint that I
saw a lady forbidden to throw a little wash
water in the street it seems a strange
thing, I repeat, that their common sense
does not open their eyes to the nastiness of
the nuisance-making hog. Any man knows
that it is the nature of the hog. in hot
weather especially, to root in the mud and
gutters. As a consequence when Mr. Hog
finds a gutter or a ditch with an inch of
water in it, he forthwith begins rooting and
wallowing, and very soon the inch of water
is a great nauseating hog wallow. It may
be that our honorable authorities suppose
that it is only the boar hogs that create the
nastiness, aud keep it in active duty. I
judge this to be so because of the edict re
cently issued, declaring that whatever other
hogs might do tlte Itoar hog must not lie
allowed to run at large. Hog owners
couldn't have paid less respect to it had it
been a verbal order from old Biil Lee."
All of which is likewise respectfully sub
mitted for the pious consideration of whom
it may concern.
Steamer . Champion. On aud ater
Monday August 4th, the fare on this jtopu
lar excursion steamer between Paducah and
Cairo will be Fifty Cents each way. The
boat will leave the Cairo wharf-lxat at 3
p. m., daily, returning will leave Paducah
at 8 a. m. daily. A. J. Biuo, Clerk.
Jons Newman, Master.
Anntai. Mkktiso.-t-TIio Willows' 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, ami all others
are invited. Thomas Lewis, Scc'y.
Ick, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all partof the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
f . Al. Vt Altli.
LIST OK ADVERTISED LETTERS lIEMAININd IX
tiie Cairo post office auust 1, 1JS70.
Bethel, Mary Mrs.; Bauet, Annie Miss;
Clark, Louisa Mrs.: Columbia, Nancy Miss;
Dickenson, Palisia Miss; Dorend, Kate Mrs.,
(88 Ohio Levee); Drum, Mary Miss; Dan
iels, Mary Miss; Gillmore, Sallie Miss; IIol
lingsworth, Jennie Miss; llayer, George
Mrs.; Humphreys, Mary Mrs.; Krance,
Melvina Mr.; Kirman, M. A. Mrs.; Malin,
Mniy Miss; Meyer. Emeline Mrs.; Phem
mer, S. S. Mrs.; Russel, Jennie Mrs.; Ran
dall, L. M:.; Ross, Emerly Mrs.; Swerter,
Mary Mrs.; Tapping, Eliza Miss.; Smith,
Jane C. Mrs.; Wagner, Sullie A. Miss.
Benton, Preston; Belcher, Doc; Crook,
Win. F.J Cunningham, Frank; Goose, A.
K.; Gusbert, L.; Hays, Rally; James,
Harry K.; Jones, Wm.; Johnson, Joe;
Levy, Hairy; Maey, O. W.; Mangan, Jim.;
Marnar, Matt; Marker, O. A.; Rogers, Wm.
2;fitokley, Hewitt; Sronstrup, W. O.;
Wheeler, Chas; Wilson, Fnmk; Wilcox, J.
It.: Woodward, W.C.
Please say tho letters are advertised
when calling for them.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In this column, of
Wanted, For Sale, For Uotit. Wanted to Kout,
Doardlui. Lot and Found, and Iba like, !- than
flvo liui'aearh.willhupubllstiod forSS ceuta every
Inavrtlon. Each additional line, Scent.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARCUERYUOODS
Down. Arrow. Tnrceta, Hliootlng uiovea, etc.. ai
. W. HKNUEHSON'tt, Commercial avenue, cor
ner Twelfth street.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
fi4& 66 W. Second St.
Foreign and Doinetlc dried and canned Fruits and
Yi'getulilei. Canned, dried aud nultFlfh. Tick
le, huuccK, Oil and Condiment. Koup
Muffs, Caking l'owdiTu, ground and
whole Spleen. Toilet and Laundry
Koftp. Seed. Jelliea. Preserve
Fancy Urocerlea and (!ro- t
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOIl OUR "GROCERS' MAXUfcL."
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street.
K RIIOSS, President
I. NKFK. Vice l'r. sidctit.
H. WKLI.S. ( ahier.
T .! KliKTIl, As-Utunt Cashier.
F. Eris Cairo; William Kluer. Cairo;
l'rtrr Ni'tr. Cairo: Wliliam Wolf, Cairo;
C.M.licterluh. Cairo: K. L. lillllnley. St Louin ;
E. Uuder, Cairo: J. Y. Clemi-on, Caledoula;
V. O. Tatter. Cairo.
A GKNEIiAI. RANKING Ilt SlNESS DONE.
IXCIlAN(;Eoldand bouirht. Interest paid In
-J the avliii,' Department. Collection made
and all huiiocM promptly attended to.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. IIALMDAY. Pre.ii!oct.
H. L. IIALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTKK 11YM.OP, Cashier.
I. TAT T ATI. OR, W. P. HA1.LITUT.
IIEMIV L. IIALMDtr, B. H. CI KMNUHAM,
O. U. WIM.IAMMiK, FTEI'HK.1 BIUD,
II. II. CAKDfE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
DOl'GHT AND SOLD.
Depoit received and a general haukinx lmlncf
STOVES AND TINWARE.
y. M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINO & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Deerwart'a old tai:d,on Eighth street.
C'AIKO, - IllinoL
P.iMifliic and Otittcrinc a Hperlaltr. All kind
of work skillfully aud promptly performed aud
price) made ratlafactory. v
MUTUAL All SOCIETY.
REKA! EUREKA! '
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July lttli, 1877, Under the Laws of
the State of Illinois. Cop righted July
!, 11177, miller Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTOX, 1'bemuk.nt.
Miih. P. A. TAYLOR, - We-Piiksident.
J. A. OOLDSTINE, - - Tkeakuiieii.
Dii. J.J. OORDOX, Med. Auvimui.
THOMAS LKWIS. Seiuktarv.
hoard of manaof.rh:
J. J . GORDON, Phylrlnn Cairo, III.
Mm. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent or
Kcho'jlH, Alexander County " "
Mm. K. C. KURD, Vuiletv llnukel More, ' "
J. A. GOLDSTINK, of GolilHtlne & llo-
Kenualer, WUMleKiile nnd Kelnil Deulera
in Stuplc mid Kiinev Dry (ioodn " "
N. H. TIIISTLKIVOOD. of lllnkle Ac
ThlHtlewond, Communion Merchant,
Collon ntul Tobacco Factor " "
S. D. AYKRh. of Ayera A: Co,, Comnila
loii Merchant "
THOMAS LKWIS, Iniinuice Mimaer
and Attorney nt Law "
WM. bTIIATTON, of Stratum & Dlrd,
Vholcale Grocer " "
GEO. M, Al.DEN, 0011111111011 Mer
chant, 7fl Ohio Leveo " "
JAS. H. REAltDKN, Ajjeut Mllippl
alley Triuiportatlon Company " "
HARRISON 110L1T, Watchmaker and
Jeweler " "
CIIAS. R. STUART, Wholtwilc and lie
tail Dry Good and Notion ' "
EDWARD A. UUDKR. Maniifuctiirlnii
Jeweler nnd WuoU'KUlo Dealer In
Watchmaker' Tool uud Material. ... " "
EDWIN K. KGNEW, Proprietor St.
t'hnrle Hotel 1.
IIAZKN LK1GHTON, CommiMon Mer
chant " "
nr. cMWAitu k. HUE, u. s. Mamnai . .
Southern DMrlot Illiuola Hirinirllold, Illi.
Mr. S. A. AYKRH Villa Rldf, " .
Dr. It. ti. HltlUHAM, Ihylclau..Indlnnapoli, Ind
AH. M. , UKLATT. Real Ktt . fow.
Rev. DAVib''7;VVli'LL8',Meth'o'dlt ' '
. !..!...-. r f iiMntlAH. -mill.
J. R. Gl'LLEY Merchant. . . Mcrldn.
Mayor N. B. ToMlcwood.
Treaumr Edward Dezonla.
Clerk Dennl. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marahai J.C. Lallue. .
Attorney William Hendrlckn. '
HOARD or AI.I1EHMN.
Flrat Ward-Wm. O'Callahan. M. J. lloley
Second Ward-David T. Linejiar. C. K wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Enbert Kmith.
Fourth Ward-Charle O. Patler, Jame Kynaaton
Fifth Ward-T. W. llulllduy, Ernet U Pettit.
Circuit Judce O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reave. .
County Judiro R. S. Yocuui.
Couuty Clerk S. J. Humni.
County Attorney W. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Aldeti.
Sheriff John liode.
Coroner H. Fltzueraid.
County Cotnmlioneri' T. W. Haltlday, M. V
Brown, Samuel Brlley.
Notice la herehv irlven to the widow mid helm of
Alexander C. llodce. deceased, and all other whom
It may concern, that the nnderslk'tied w ill flic hi
final report a udmiuUtrator of the rtate of ald
Alexander C. Hode. deceased, at the Auimt term,
1ST!) of the county court of Alexander couutv, llli
not, to ho holden at Cuiro. In ald county, on th
third Monday of AiiRti.t and will then and
there make final ettlenictit aud a-k for a riNrhargo
a (tich aduitiiitrutor. JOHN HolM.Kn,
July 3U. b7;i. Aduilullrator, etc.
Public notice I hereby given to Herman Levy
that on the 1WU day of 'July, A. D. IsT'.i. Henry
Wei tied out of the circuit court of Alexandir
county. Illiiiot. a writ of attachment BL-aiint tnu
ctate of the nld Herman Levy, fur J.NT ml. return
able on the third Monday of September, W,X to a
tern of ald court tneu to be holden In tlm clt) of
Cairo. In raid county and uie. which writ ol at
tachment ha been levied upon lot al, block in
ald city of Cairo. Now, uu!ea 1I10 aid H-r.-nan
Levy Miall appear, five ball aud plead within tlm
time limited for hi appearance in men cae. Jmij;
ment will 1h! entered aud the eiut. , aMaihed
wi!lbeo!d. JOHN A. RKEVE.
Cairo. 111.. Ati;nl 1th. ln. Circuit Clerk.
PUBLICATION NOTICE -CHANC ERY.
State oe Ii.lixoi. t Circuit court of Alexarder
Col'xty or Alexander, (couuty. September trm,
A. D. l-TH.
William Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker. William
oil bill fi r partition.
Linker. Dva F. Parker. Jode ,'
Parker. Robert II Cuuniujj
nam, Lu10 R Huuhe j
AJlMavltof the non residence of Eiiubctb'Lh.kcr,
William Linker. Dyat F. Parker, of the the defend
ant above named, having been Hied in the olf.ee of
the clerk of ald clrcnlt court of Alexander county,
notice I hereby given to the ald uou resident de
fendanm.ttiat the complainant tin riled hi bill of
complaint in ald court on the chancery lde th-re.f
on the Kith day of July. A. D. 1'. Now. therefore,
nn!e yoa. the ald Elir.abeth Linker. WiUtam
Linker. Dya F. Parker ha!l personally b and p
pear before the ald circuit court of Alexr.tder
county on the tlrt day of the next term thereof, to
lie holden at the court house In the city ol Cain.,
in ald couuty. on the 1Mb day of September. A. D
and plead, aumer or demur to the aid com
plainant bill of complaint, the same and the nut
tern and thine therein charu'ed and seated, will be
taken a coiifi ed. and a decree entervd aaitM
you according to the praverof ald bill.
J'ulIN A KEEVE. Cletk.
Gnrrv A GiMKUT-Comp:alt.aut Solicitor.
July Kth. ls:s.
State or ItxiNoi. t Circuit court of Aleisn
Cot stt or Alexamkb, I der couutr. September
term. A O. 1;T.
J. M. Phillip, v Caroline E. Morria, executrix, etc.
Caroline E. Morr:. Caroline W, Mo:ri. Fr drr-
tck S. Morti. Charles E. Morris, Margaret Mor-
r'..-On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Caroline K
Morn. Executrix. Caroline E. Morn. Caroline W
Morri. Frederick S. Mom. Charles E. Morrl aad
Maru'artt Morris, the defendant aloe mined,
havinu been fil'-d In the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander couuty. notice i hereby
given to the aid non reldent defendant, that th
complainant bai fl;ed hi bill of complaint In said
court on the t hanrery side thereof on the 2! at day
of July. A. D l?. Now. therefore, unless you,
the suld Caroline E Morris. Execntrlx. Carol ite K.
Morris. Caroline W. Morris. Frederick S. Morris,
Charles E. Morri. and Margaret Morri shall fer
onally be and appear before the aid circuit court
of Alexander rotinlv on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be holdeti In the court house In the
city of Cairo, In said county, on the IMh day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1ST9. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant bill of complaint, the same,
aud the matter and thing therein charged ard
slated, will be taken a confered. aud a decree en
tered agalnt you according to the praverof said
bill. JOHN A. REkVE. Clerk
R 8. Yocnm. Complainant' Solicitor.
WHEREAS, William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, bv their certain Trust Died dated
M.iythei'.th. A. 1). ICand recorded In the Record
em office tu Alexander County. In Book "V." Pae
4rll. a and did convey to the undersigned a Truieu
the premise hereinafter described to secure the
payment of even promlsory nolo for the sum of
oue thousand lt) dollar vaib and payable re
spectively tn four (4) five (51 six i)evcn ,7) eight
(S) nine C) and ten tin) yiais from date, with Inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, pavahle
i nil-annual ly from dute aud whereas five i.V ot said
note are now due and unpaid with interest on
aumc from the 'JSth of May A.I). 1.V74 to thi date.
And whereas the hful holder of raid note has
called upon the undersigned to sell the prcmlr.
hereinafter described to tatisfy said note and inter-
1. r . 1 .. . 1 . . -
uu-n nrr in pursiinoee 111 wie leril: OI
said Deed of Trust the undersigned will,
ON THURSDAY TH E 1TII DAY OF SE ITEM DE li.
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A.M.. ard 5
o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premise herein
after described In the city of Cuiro. HI., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described Real fcslale. to-wit:
Lots iiumbcr nine tditcn ( III) eleven ill) twelvei s)
and thirteen iu block number sixteen dM iu
the first addition to tho city or Cairo, lliiuol. a
platted by tho Trustee of Cuiro ( I'v Property,
situated In the County of Alexander. Illinois, aiid
all the rluht aud equitr of redemption of thealc
VlUI:i,n W. Thornton niirl M,nt)tA M 'rimmdin hi
wife., their helm, executors, administrator, and as
slL'it therein, to satisfy snld trust and all cost and
expense of executing thoame.
B. F. MARSHALL, Triltec.
Springfield. 111.. July 9th, 187 "t.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lBifl, STATES.
Oil and after Moliilnv .Inn.. 111. the linnt u 111 mnlin
the following dip:
LEAVES LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth t. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'n.
7 111. 7:30 a. m. 8 a. in.
Ma. m. Olivia, tn. in a.m.
11 a.m. 11:30 a. m. 10 nt.
2 p.m. :;)) p.m. ap.m.
i:.M. m. ftiOUp.ni. 5:;k)p.m.
Ma. m. :ann. m.' 10 . m.
3 p. m. :ftl2 4 !' '"
JjOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The KlegnntHlduwheel Pnner Steumer
SUi CHAMPION Sli
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Paducah, Mutropoll and way lauding. ' For
ioK"i or passage apply to bvu. a. bilykk,