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; J H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Kljhth and Washington Aenu.
t tBSUENC'B:-Curuer Nineteenth and Wash'
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
' ftomcopathlc Physician and Surgeon.
Offlc 140 Commercial avenoe. Residence corner
Fourteenth Ht and Washington avenue. Cairo.
R.1S. W. SmrrtocK,
Omc No. 1M Commercial Avenuo, between
Blnto and Ninth Street
R..W. C. JOCELYN,
isFFICE Eight Street, ner Commercial Avenae.
Xotary Public and Convejancer.
OFFICE:-Wlth the Widows' andOorphaua' Ma
liinl Aid Society.
JINEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11 Commercial Avenue.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
' The ElegautSldewbol Passenger Steamer
&u CHAMPION S!i
Leave Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, for
Paducah. Metropolis and way landings I; or
freight or passage apply to bOL. A... blL Kit,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lrkn STATES.
On and arter Monday, June 10, the boat will make
the following trips:
HAVE LEAVES tlATHS
root Fourth st. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
. U a. m.
:30 p. m.
it a. m.
7:30 a, m.
9:) a. ni.
6:00 p. m.
9:30 a. m.
8 a. m.
5:30 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. ni.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTF.REI) AT THE I'OST OFFICE IS CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKll.
OFFICIAL PAPER 0? ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Mornin? Daily in Southern Illinois.
MionaIi Or not, I
Caibo, 111., August 7. H79. f
Time. liar. Tier, flum
Wind. Vel Weather.
I:4S a m 29.D4
11:00 " 29.95
2:00 p.m SM.Mt
Mtximum Temperature. tt4; Minimum Tern
W. II. HAY.
Serg't Signal Corns, U. . A.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shavo for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut lor 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the placo to
go to is Henry SchicVo, No. 142 Commer
Steamer Champion'. On and after
Monday August 4th, the fare on this popu
lar excursion steamer between Paducah and
' Cairo will be Piftv Cent each way. Tho
boat will leave tho Cairo wharf-boat at 3
p. m., daily, returning will leave Paducah
at 8 a. m, daily. A good String Band a ill
accompany the b;at on each trip.
Jons Newman, Master.
, A. J. Bun), Clerk.
If You Want a nice clean tdiuvo, a
fashionable hair cut, a shampoo that will
cool your head and quiet your nerves, or in
fact anything else iu the tonsorial line,
Conrad Allia's Bhop on (ith, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists are the meu
to do the work. Here is his w ale of popu
lar prices :
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airy and
elegant iu all its appointments. Work al
WIRE SCREENS, FURN1TURK, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
Hvenuo, between Eleventh and Twelfth
t recta; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses Manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and nphol-
staring done on short notice. I havo a
g'Hd supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for scrccns,to be made up in the latest
and bust stylo. Prices very low.
Fit AN K SCIIOKMIIH.
'Axti-Beuph PitrcEHAt the barber
shop of J. Geo. 8teinhoue, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat'
Wuctory work. Trices: Shaving, lo
tnbi; Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents,., Give Idm call.
Envelops printed at UioBulltctin olllec,
f 1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St
ItfuU wholesale List prices for tho next DO
IN AND AROUND Tit E CITY.
' Delinquencies in to-day's Bulletin
need not be explained to our ' local read
ers. Mr. Jacob Burger left for New York,
yesterday, via. tlie C. & V. road . His wife
preceded him, some time ago.
Thomas Cooper for strikirj g T. J. Rob.
erts was fined ft and costs, by Sriuiro Com
Peto Donnelly was fined fivo dollars
and costs by Squire Comings, :esterday, for
striking a colored boy named ' Cox. '
The mother and son whe
neighbor's milch cow so cruell
day, were fined $13 and cos
Squire Coming's, yesterday.
. Mrs. Comings and mot1
city via Cairo and Vincenues
morning, tor Meadvill, Pa. 1
long their visit until frost.
Judge Green owns a fiw
view of tho Ohio, in tho vie
Massac, and has found it a deli,
ts, each, by
her leave the
'hey will pro-
i farm, in full
dnity of Fort
as so favor
;s were en
somo by tho
lie acting as
.vas in tho
season,and during the present oppressive
Christ Kelly's condition m
ably affected by the change in
ature of the weather, that hopt
tertained, yesterday, of his 4
Carson Martin was over
heat Wednesday afternoon, wh
assistant to the government
night's rest proved effective in t
out all right, however.
Capt. W. L. Hambleton i
city, yesterday. He lias been
nate in securing work during the
the future is full of promise to h
over which The Bcli.etin rejok
The last yellow fever news r
im a fact
j the ill-
Cairo is given on our first page,
strengthens the probability that
demic will confine its ravages fc
fated Bluff City.
The Illinois Ccnstal is rect
winter stock of wood. As then
dwelling houses for rent in the ii
vicinity of the wood pile, the a
mcnt will excite but little interest
i are no
Mr. Geo. Dillon was united i
riage with Miss M. McGlaughlin, 1
day night, SqUire Comings ofilcia
his usual dignified and impressive
nor. Comings is an adept as a m.
The May-Flower club, of thi s city,
was well represented at the Westpha ! party,
near Mound City, night before last. They
speak in most enthusiastic terms of the
country lassies present, and it is n it un
known that one of the "Flowers" 4 ;arriod
off the "Horns" triumphantly.
The heavy, dashing rain of W 'cdnes-
dav niL'ht. found the roof of Mr. Be nnctt's
residence elevated and a portion ol ' the
weatherboarding removed, and went dash-
inn inside with no show of ceremony and a
disregard fur consequences that was quite
reckless. No serious damage was ml hcted,
Of tho thousaud or more in In, in
the city, liable to road labor, only on e has
taken up the shovel and the hoc to per
form the labor. Two days' work, or a dol
lar and a half in money, form the re quire-
mcnts of the law, but the indiv'ulu al in
question didn't have the $1.50, and there
fore gave tho substitute.
The place at which the attention of the
committee of the city council is iiiont. need
ed at the present time, is the Hppt logy
for a crossing on Washington avenue i louth
side of Tenth strdct. It is absolutely im
possible to cross the street or get to the ; city
scales alter a ruin and it has been in that
condition for than a year.
It is doubtless very "funny" and si lows
great climbing dextority,to clamber t vlve
or fifteen feet from tho ground, in tho nar
row passage between Mr. Stuart's store and
the adjoining building; but some of the
youngsters given to that kind of ''fun" arc
morally certain to inn and sustain se nous
injury, if the hazardous pastime is rontir med
juiuciouH advertising pays. As evi-
U"me we cue to hnneasicr a uicc. I nese
gentlemen spent eight or ten dollars in
local notices in The Bulletin, advert ising
cedar ciiests and water elevators. ' .s a
result of this investment they have sold
nearly three hundred dollars worth of
chests with new orders coming in dailj
-Newspapers are the merchant's best
salesmen. They enter almost every di .veil
ing, and while inlparting the latest hit olli-
gence, foreign and domestic, local and
state, they silently yet forcibly solicit pat
ronago lor eacu advertiser, vvith n th ou-
sand of these, our homo salesmen, travel; ng
through the country every week, who c &n
estsmale their potent aid to business pre
The funeral ceremonies over the i
mains of Dr. Arter, yesterday, called o t
an unusually large number of citizen's in
eluding tho members of the Masonic lodge
of which ho had long been a member. The
services at thu house constated of nppm-
printo mailings by Dr. C. W. Dunning, from
the "Truth Seeker's Collections," and the
singing, Iu quartette, of tlint most beauti
ful of all hymns, "Nearer my God to Thee,"
by Mrs. Capt. W. P. llalliday, Miss Annie
Pitcher, Mr. Van Dorn and Col. Wood, with
organ accompaniment by Miss Ida Harrell.
Four compactly filled couches of friends
and relatives accompanied the body to tho
grave, and were Jo! mid there by a large
number of persons who had ccme from
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Caledonia and other points, ten or twolve
miles distant. The body was committed to the
grave at the bnso of tho double-shaft monu
ment (erected some years ago under de
ceased's iudivldunl supervision) by his
brother Masons, tho ceremonies being con
ducted by Mr. John McEwcn. The crowd
then retired, leaving the practical masons
to encase the casket in brick and cement,
in accordance with deceased's directions.
The sensible editor of the Sparta Plain
dealer tells the nabobs of the country who
maintain a sovreign contempt for the "dol
lar of tho dads" to take it easy, and not
worry so at the piles accumulating in tho
Treasury; that it wont help their circulation
to ridiculo them as "buzzard dollars or
"eighty-five cent" frauds," and the man or
newspaper is a fraud who will do it. The
silver dollar, like the greenback, has
come to stay. If you don't like them, let
them alone; there arc plenty of people who
For many years Dr. Arter has had all
his personal affairs "well in hand," leaving
none of the details in doubt and uncertain
ty. Full directions were left by him as to
the disposition of his body; his monument
having been erected several years ago un
der his own personal supervision. In some
things he was peculiar, perhaps, as for in
stance in leaving directions that the casket
containing his body should bo Imbedded
in cement. While this is sometimes done
elsewhere, it is an unusual thing in South
ern Illinois. His directions, in this partic
ular, were ftrictly followed.
Country wagons, loaded with tomatoest
young corn, beans, eggs, chickens, corn
meal, etc., arc seen upon our streets in all
parts of the city, of late. On entering the
city, the hawkers put such high prices on
their stuff that the residents of the upper
part of the city are utterly unable to effect
purchases. By the time the wagon reaches
Tenth street tho prices are put down until
they rule evenly with those of the family
grocers. Iu the lower part of the city the
purchaser has the inducement of low
prices. Hence if the Fourth or Fifth
warder would buy advantageously from
country wagons, he must follow them to
the lower part of the city.
We have been repeatedly asked why
the City Council does not order a special
election to fill the vacant office of Police
Magistrate. Our answer is, "we don't
know." TIk re is really no apparent need
of such an officer. Justices Robinson and
Comings have jurisdiction concurrent with
that of a Police Magistrate, and if an elec
tion should be held the people could do no
better than elect one of these gentlemen to
the position. The police regulations would
not be perceptibly bettered by it ; and by per
mitting the office to remain vacant the city
not onlysaves the expenses of a special elec
tion, but the salary of f 25 per month to the
Magistrate. We think it altogether likely,
therefore, that no special election will be
ordered, and that the office will remain
vacant until the next April election.
A disease has appeared among the cat
tle in the vicinity of Jonesboro, which rap
idly proves fatal; milch cows of the best
grades and conditions seem more suscepti
ble to the disease than others. Marked pe
culiarities of the disease are the seeking of
places of concealment, a ravenous appetite
for food, and excessive thirst. The first
symptoms that appear are burning fever
and partial inability to support the head,
followed by stiffness of the limbs, dilation
of the pupils of tho eyes, total loss of pow
er to supK)rt the head, frequent nnd labor-
fid breathing, and, in a majority of cases,
unconsciousness. Dcatli generally occurs
from twenty-four to thirty-six hours after the
beginning of the attack. Many valuable
animals have fallen victims to the disease,
Mr. Martin Angelly losing his entire herd
of thoroughbred Durhnms.
It not untrcquently happens tlint when
funeral processions reach the special trains
in waiting, one or more of the conches are
found partially filled by boys and young
girls who have no other object iu view than
that of a free ride. On one occasion of
late there was a luck of sitting room
for the relatives of the deceased, because
twenty or thirty of the seats had been filled
as wo have indicated. Of course on such
an occasion members of the family charter
ing the train do not feel inclined to expel
anybody from tho cars, and nobody else has
any authority to do so. That such annoy
ances may not be repeated, the railroad au
thorities should turn over to the proper
party interested, empty curs, and not, as
sometimes happens, cars one third full of
younsters who care uo more for the deceased
person or the sorrows of his family, than
they do for the misfortunes Cotowayo.
"Shang's" name is becoming altogether
too familiar with readers of our police liter
aturecoming next, in the frequency of its
appearance, to that of "Mollit Bailey. "He
is the colored chap, who did the miscellane
ous shooting, several months ago, on the
coal Hat. Ha was brought to a reckoning
before Squire Coinings, yesterday, for an
ossnult.and bntterj' upon one Julia JoneB,
"his woman." It seems tlint Shun was
giving Julia a severe tongue-lnshing for not
"cleaving unto him through good and - evil
j report," admonishing her that further infl
c 'nlity would not bo tolerated. Julia replied
tl mt she left him because "fidelity" was not
ax 'odrblo article; that ho wholly failed to
hu, 'morthor; that to continue to "cleave"
wa to go hungry, and that she had made
un her miiid that sho would go hungry for
no I "a", ueanng mis, tho lordly Shnng,
who Is ft powerful negro, physically, walked
FRIDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 8, 1879.
up and 'smacked Julia's moath.""OfHcc"r
Schuckor's effected tho arrest, and ' Squire
Comings Imposod a fine of f 3.00, and the
For the Cairo Bulletin.
To those to whom they are Inscribed, the follow
ing bcautirul ana deeply sympathetic lines, need no
explanatory Introduction. Ed. Uullitin.
We bent to-day o'er a comucd form,
And tear fell softly down ;
We looked our lost on the aged face,
With Iti look of peace and Its patient grace
And hair like a silvery crown.
We touchod our own to the clay cold hands
From life's long labor at rest:
And among the blossoms white and sweet,
We noticed a bunch of golden wheat
Clasped close to tho silent breast,
The blossoms whimpered of fadeless bloom
In a land where falls no tears:
The ripe wheat told of toll and care,
Tho patient waitingthe trusting heart
The garnered good of the yeHrs,
As each goes up from the Held of earth,
Bearing the treasures or life.
God looks for some gathered grain of food
From the ripe harvest that shivering stood,
But waiting the reaper's knife.
Then labor well, that In death you go
Not only with blossoms sweet -
Not bent with doubt, and burdened with
And dead, dry b.uks of the wasted years,
But ladened wlitl golden wheat.
C'Aino, Iu.9., August 7th, ITS.
That the reader may understand the or
deal to which upward bound steamers,
coming from infected ports, are to be sub
jected, we give below the letter of Dr.
Rauch, of this city, addressed to Health
Commissioner Francis, of St. Louis :
Caiiio, August 4, 1879.
Charles W. Frauds, Health Commissioner, St
My Df.au Sm: I have just read the
telegraphic correspondence between us as
published. In order to insure a clearer
understanding than telegrams sometinui
convey, I take the pains to write you n lit
tle more in detail. Steamboats at present
clearing from an infected port New Or
leans c. g must first comply with the reg
ulations of tie Nitional Board, and are
then furnished with a bill of health, stating
condition of loat, cargo, passengers, officers
and crew, as tfell as the port and vicinity.
On the arrival at the inspection station,
below Cairo, flic is boarded, reinspected
and, if foum I in good sanitary condition in
every respect, the fact is so indorsed on the
bill of health and she is allowed to proceed
to the port of her destination. She should
there undergo another inspection nt a
proper point your quarantine station, for
instance,, for your port nnd, if still found
healthy and clean there would be the mini
mum of possible risks in then allowing her
to go on to the city. Should we find sick
ness or any other good reason for action on
board at this inspection station, the sick or
suspicious cases would be removed to the
hospital for treatment or observation. Bag
gage, state rooms, cabins and all accessibje
parts of the boat would be thoroughly dis
infected, and the facts indorsed upon her
health bill before 6he was
allowed to proceed. Such indorsement
would, of course. put you
oh your guard, and you would deal with
her on arrival as circumstances might dic
tate. Boats refusing to be inspected and
disinfected, etc., if necessary, will be prompt
ly reported by telegraph to all points be
tween inspection station and port of destina
By this course it is hoped to secure the
largest and most perfect inspection with
the least impediment to travel and traffic.
We beiran the inspection system here with
out waiting for New Orleans, as it was
necessary some one should take the iuitia
tive. Hereafter the system as detailed
aboved will be carried out faithfully and
it is to bo hoped another inspection station,
say nt Vicksburg, may bo established
soon. Hastily but truly yours,
John II. Raich.
C'Aino, Ills., ntig. 7, 1870.
I had been suffering several days with
chills, had a chill every morning. One
week ago I put on a Forbes Fever Pad,
and I believe it has entirely cured me, as I
have hud no chill since putting it on ond
have taken no other medicine.
Will. D. Cameuon.
These Pads are a sure preventive ns well
ns a cure for malarial fever, yellow fever,
chills and fever, etc., for sale, $1 00 each
nt Pheonix drug store.
Geo. E. O'IIaua.
J. M. Craig, Hodges Park; G. G. Brown,
Dexter; Mrs. Brown, Thos. Turk, Mrs. Turk,
Miss Turk, Miss Brown, Dexter, Mo.; Ben.
P. Chase, Washington, D. C.;W. P. Bru
ner, Metropolis; Jno. B. .Ionian, G. B. Mc
Entire, John W. Atkinson, St. Louis; D. G.
Thompson, Golcondu; "Geo. R. Wright,
Obion Station, Tenn.; E. 0. Emmerson, St.
Louis; Geo. L. Taylor, Cin.; Henry Bridge,
11 pound Old Barry Letter Hends.
b " " " Noto Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2 " Linen Noto Heads.
Tho hest quality of paper nt prices of
tho cheapest grade.
SJJ pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all p'izos.
Extra super white- Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholosalo prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
this And that. .
Two heads with but a alngle thought, .
Two hearts that beat as one I
Two pairs of Hps In suspense held-
Two ftttle amacks-yum-yum.
It requires about as long to get a girl
well out of her twentieth year as for i
horse to get beyond "eight years old this
"I don't know anything about boating,,'
said a modest girl, 'but my brother John
says that a smack on tho lips is sometimes'
a beau trace."
What a feeling of relief come over a wo
man as sho enters a church and discovers
that her neighbor's wife has the same
feather on her summer hat that she wore
A Philadelphia man, whose mother-in-
law has written that she is going to spend
a couple of months with him, predicts a re
mnrkably warm summer.
A Massachusetts woman was so jealous
of her husband's first wife that when he
died she refused to allow him to be buried
beside her. She remarked to the undertaker
at the funeral : "I ain't a gom' to have that
woman a leanin' on Jim's arm at the resur
rection day if I can help it, you bet.''
A man at Arbor Fliil, last evening, aimed
a gun at his little son, a beautiful creature
with golden hair to h if waist, and playfully
threatened to shoot him. The gun turneil
out to be unloaded. It will be placed in
the State library as the only weapon of the
kind known to American gunners.
A venerable clergyman said that he once
attended a meeting in which a man anc
and said he intended to speak; that hither
to he had been prevented from speaking in
public by his wife, but that she being dea'
he should speak with freedom, "He did so,
added the clergyman, "and it was not long
before every one in the audience mourned
over the death of that wile."
Three girls of tho Methodist persuasion
having met together' concluded to pray for
the welfare of their lovers, but the first one
had not gone very fur along in her petition
when it was discovered that they were al
engaged to the same man. The religious
exercises were at once terminated.
An impromptu mock auction sale of wo
men Was amusing and profitable at first in
a Wisconsin church fair. The young men
bid liberally for the attractive girls, aud it
was all very funny indeed until a homely
but influential sister was put up. The
auctioneer was compelled to knock her
down at twenty-five cents , and she was so
angry that she put on her thing and went
A young man with the blush of country
life on bis cheeks sold out his produce on
the market yesterday and entered a shoe
store and said he wanted a pair of shoes
for his wife. "What number (" asked the
clerk. The young husband scratchad his
head, looked very much embarrassed and
finally said: "Well, I've been marriei
eight months, but this shoe business
stumps me. I don't hardly believe
wears 'ievens, and I don't think she kin
git into fives. Guess if we split the differ
ence we U hit her pretty close. He was
given a pair of eights, and after squint
ing along the soles he observed-
cuess thcm'll do. She's awful proud and I
know she'll squeeze into 'em for all she
worth." Detroit Free Press.
The extraordinary interest taken in Afri
can travel and explorations, by the entire
reading world, is phcnominal. That quar
ter of the globe has not only been the thca
ter of some of the grandest achievements
and adventures in the nnnals of human
travel, but has been the subject of nn if fin
itude of books. But the people do not tire
of reading of this wonderful continent, am'
hence the supply of literature is inadequate
to the want. The latest contribution to his
toric literature on this subject, is the new
book by Hon. J. T. Hcadley, giving in
graphic ahd thrilling detail the Achieve
ments of Henry M. Stanley the greatest,
most successful and daring explorer of this
or any other time. Mr. Headley's experi
ence, scholarship anil literary ability well
fit him for this task, nnd Stanley
is fortunate in having the story of his deeds
told by so skillful a hand. Mr. Hendly
will be remembered ns the author of those
fascinating works of nearly a generation
ago: "Napoleon and his Marshalls" and
"Washington ntid his General!." They
created a marked sensation ot the time,
and have since held their place in litera
ture as standards of entertaining biography
and descriptive writing. They ore guaran
tees of the valno and great interest of tho
new work, which will also lie rendered
doubly interesting and saleable by nearly
100 full page illustrations representing
African scenes and adventures. Tho peo
ple will welcome this work to their libra
ries. It is 6old by subscription, and informa
tion can be had as to terms, etc., lrom N.
I). Thompson & Co., publishers, St. Louis.
Mo. We advertise them in another col
umn. Notice. to all whom it may concern
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any . ono
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
same is mndo on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
the same are endorsod by myself.
B. A. Buunett. ,
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS la this column, of.
Ave lines eaeh or less will be published for (A
cents every Insertion; ft, 00 per month. Each ad
ditional line, B cents, euuauoni wanted free.
on leaving It at the St. Charles Hotel.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARCHERY OOOR8
Bows. Arrows. Targets, Shooting Oloves. etc., at
. W. HENDERHON'8. Commercial aveiiuc. cor-
Notice Is hereby given to the widow aud helrc of
AlexaudtrC. Hodges, deceased, and all others whom
It may concern, tnt tne unaenigncd will (lie his
final report as adinlutntrator of ike estate of said
Alexunder C. Hodges, deceased, at the August term.
l7'.i oi me couuiy couri oi jueiiuuaer couuty, Illi
nois, to be bolden at Cairo, In said county, on the
third Mouany or August lST'J, and will then and
there make final settlement and ak for a dlnrhargo
as such odmiuUtrator.
July 30, is;n.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. t.
Publ'c notiro Is hereby given to Herman Ley
that on tho l'.th day of July. A. I. 1:m, Henry
Weiss sued out of the circuit court of Alexutidi r
couuty. Illinois, a writ of attachment nitnlunt the
etute of the suld Herman Levy, for SSifi.OO, retnru-
ante on me twra aiouuay or wepteinbcr, is7, to
Levy shall appear, five ball and nltsd wlihln tin.
Ilnie-llmited fur Ills appearance in such cae, Jiulg
nictit will be filtered aud the rotate so stOichi.-d
will he tolil. JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo. 111., August 1th, 1579. Circuit Clerk.
BTATEorlM.txni. I Circuit rmirt of llirn.
Coi NTr or ALEXANiitn. f der county, tiepte&ber
term, A U. lHTtf.
J. M. Phillips, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
varonuet. airr:. Carolina w. Slorris, Freder
ick . Morris, Charles E. Morris, Margaret Mor
ris. On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Caroline E.
Morris, Executrix, Caroline E. Morris. Caroline W.
Morris, FreiliTlck 6. Morris, Cbar!t-t K. Morris and
Margaret Morris, the defi-ndaMs above named,
bavingbeen filed in theofllceof the clerk of aid
circuit court of Alexander count v, notice Is hereby
given to the said rou resident defendants, that the
complainant has filed his bill of complaint In said
court on the Chancery side thereof on the 21st day
of July, A.I). 187. Now, therefore, unless you,
the said Carollue E . Morris. Executrix, Caroline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris. Frederick S. Morris.
Charles E. Morris, and Muunret Morris shall icr
tonally be aud appear before the said circuit court
of Alexander county on the first day ol the next
terra thereof, to be holdeo iu the court lione In the
city of Cairo, in aid countr. on the 1Mb day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1K9. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant bill of complaint, tbu same,
and the matters and things therein charged and
stated, will be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered a'jaluil you according to the prnrerof said
bill. JOHN A. PEEVE, Clerk.
K. 8. Yocum. Complainant's Solicitor.
July 21st, 1:17
tBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
C'OLXTY OF Al.EXAKDER, '
county. September term,
William Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker. William or. bill partition.
Linker. Pyas F. Parker. Jode
Harker, Hubert II Cunning
bam. Lizne K Hughes
Affidavit of the mm residence of Elitabeth'I.ltker,
William Lfbker. Dyas F. Parker, of the the defend
ants above named, having been Sled in the office of
tne clerk of i.aid circuit court of Alexander county,
notice Is hereby given to the said non-resldeut de
fendants, that the complalnaut has tiled his bill of
complaint In said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Itiib day of July. A. D. Kf. Now. therefore,
unless yes. the said Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dyas F. Parker shall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
countv on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be ho'ileu at the court house In the city of Cairo,
In sr.ld county, on the 15th day of September. A. 1.
ls?,. and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the mat
ters and tbiiik's therein charged and stated, will lie
taken as confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the praverof said hill.
JOHN A. KEEVE. Clerk.
Gkekn A Gii.nr.irr, Complained Solicitors.
July ITtb. 1-179.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their certain Trust Died dated
MaythciiMb, A. D. lSi7 and recorded In the Record
ers olllco In Alexander County. In Book "V." Fsite
4M, i and S did convey to the undersigned as Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure the
payment of seven promlsory notes for the sum of
one thousand (leOl) dollars each and payable re
spectively in four (4) five iM six C) seven ) eight
() nine ('.) and ten (10) years from date, with Inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually from date aud whereas five (S) of said
notes are now due and unpaid with interest ou
same from theiMhof May A. 1. 174 to this date.
And whereas the legal holder of said notes has
called upon the undersigned to soli the prendre
hereinafter described to satisfy said notes aud inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the terms of
said Deed of Trust the undersigned will,
ONTHl'nSDAYTHEITH DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. D. 1879.
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A. M., and 5
o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises herein
after described in the city ol Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the hli-hest bidder for
etch, the following described Heal Estate, to-wit:
Lots number nine (9iten (lU)eleveu (11) telve(l'.')
and thirteen (l')l In block number sixteen (IU) iu
the first addition to the ell) of Cairo. Illinois, a
platted by the Trustees of Cairo CPv Property,
situated In 1 he Couuty of Alexunder. Illinois, aiid
all the rleht' and equity of redemption of the snul
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton hl
wife, their heirs, executors, odmlnlstrntors. and a.
signs therein, to satisfy said trust nnd all costs aud
expenses of executing thesnme. .
B. K. MARSHALL. Trustee.
Hprlngfleld. Ills.. July Uth. li?J.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o v F ICWl
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ,
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domest ic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
. NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MEHSR8. SMYTH CO. have constantly a largo
stock of the host imods In the market and Diva
special attention to the wholesale branch tf the