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J H. BRYANT, M. D. "
OFFICB: KlKbtfa and Washington Avcna.
RESIDENCE ;-Cef Nineteenth and Wain
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Honiwpathlc Physician and Surgeon.
OBM 140 Commercial aveuue. . Rcsldcaca corner
FOTrteonUi Ht. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Cmc No 1.16 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Ktroeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
GPFICE-Ehfbth Street, nar Commercial Avenue.
. NOTARY PUBLIC.
Notary Public aud Couveyanccr.
OFFICE : With the Widows' and Oorphans' Mu
tual Aid Society. ;
jIKEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
JIOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Sidcwhccl Passonccr Steamer
A. J. BIRD...
Leaves Cairo every afternoon al 3 o'clock, for
Paducah. Metropolis aud way landing, for
freight or passage apply to bOL. A. &lLt.K,
(JAIRO CITY FEURY CO.
THREE iBSSOtU. STATES.
On and after Monday, June W, the boat will make
the following trips:
LIAVSS LKATBS LBAVM
FootFonrtU at. Missouri Land's- Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
tt a. m.
11 a. m.
::10 p. m.
H a. m.
7:30 a. m.
:) a. m.
11 :M a. in.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
3 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. lit.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
KNTERED AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, A3 8KC0NIM.LASS MATTEH.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniuf Daily In Southern Illinois.
Ciiho, III., August 8. IS79.
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vtl Weather.
li:iw " at.oti
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Maximum Temperature. 77'; Minimum Tern
W. H. KAY.
Serg't Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
Ten Centb WonTii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsoriul line, remember tho place to
go to is Henry Schick's. 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 Frm Cents each way. The
boat will leave the Cairo wharf-boat at 3
p. in., daily, returning will leave Paducah
at 8 a. m. daily. A good String Band will
accompany the bout on each trip.
Jons Newman, Muster.
A. J. Bird, Clerk.
If 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 tho tonsorial line,
Conrad Alha's shop on Cth, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists are the men
to do the work. Here is his scale of popu
lar prices :
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airyaud
elegant in all its apjioiiitinents. Work al
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured nnd 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 nnd uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for sercens.to be made up in the latest
aud best ntyle. Prices very low.
Asti-Hku.im Puilrs At the barber
shop of J.Ueo.Ktcinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander bounty Bunk. Customers
111 find a clean, cool shop, ensy chairs, nil
.i... i -... ... i
mi! into iijhib. ciuiiri towels, KCCU razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
istactory .woiK. 1'rices: Slmvlug. 10
ctnts; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
33 cents. Give hi in a call.
Envelops printed at the Bulletin office
1.00 pr M. Envelops furnished at St
Louis wholesale List prices for the next .10
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Dr. II. Wnrduer was iu tho city yes
terday. Dr. Wood groutid out another moss of
4,000 pills yesterday.
Circuit Clerk Reeves is suffering from
an attack of chills and fever.
Mrs. Clara Kylo is at 'Mounds Junc
tion, visiting Miss Alice Lane.
The birthday of Mr. Jenkins was duly
eolonrated by the "gang," Thursday night.
Buy a health pad of Geo. O'llara for
$1.00 and keep clear of the chills nnd
A civil 6uit was instituted by ono citi
zen against another, yesterday, for the re
covery of 05 cents!
Henry Stout, after a protracted and
quite severe spell of sickness, is again on
his feet, with every prospect of a complete
Stephen Euccanuano obtained tho pa
pers, yesterday, that are held as essential
to his marriage with Miss Eliza Rice all
Mrs. Louis Jaccnrd, of Caledouia, and
Mr. and. Mrs. Ab Oakcs, of Metropolis,
left for home yesterday evening by the
Rev. 13. Y. George is nt Rloomingtou,
Ills. In a private letter, he says "my fami
ly and myself are not only enjoying our
visit but improving in health,"
Mr. II. T. Gcrould loaves for Minneap
olis, Minnesota, next Tuesday. Mr. J. W.
Stewart leaves iu a few days for n short
visit to the city of New Orleans.
The thermometer, yesterday, ranged
fully twenty degrees below the average of
the last week or two. It was a remarkable
change; but a most welcome one.
Mr. II. P. McAllister and Johnny
, formerly switchmen of the Illinois
Central, are now connected, in a like capac
ity, with the Cairo and Viucennes.
Robert Smyth's trotting horse, Harry,
took the purse at Metropolis, Thursday. It
is said that his recent training has in
creased Harry's speed very materially.
Mr. Pete Donnell, by way of a cross
fire, entered complaint before Squire Os
born yesterday, against Mrs. Mat Cox and
daughter. The offence charged is abusive
"Send The Bulletin to my house
again. I thought I could get along with
out it; tried a week nnd find I can't."
This from a prominent railroad man. They
all do it.
Policeman Wims picked up a white
man named Clark, near Twenty -seventh nnd
Commercial, in the small hours' of yester
day morning, and lodged him in the cala
boose. Clark was drunk.
The new cupalo aud spire of the col
ored Baptist church reminds one so
strongly of a shut-up telescope, that the im
pulse to climb up nnd pull it out about
three joints is almost irresistablc.
Officer Schuckcrs admonished the mer
chants of the city, yesterday, that a little
more room on the sidewalks must be sur
rendered to pedestrians, which was a very
proper thing for officer Schuckcrs to do.
Alderman Ab Oakcs, of Metropolis,
is in the city. He came down to attend
the funeral of tho late Dr. Arter, but just
arrived in time to see the funeral train go
out of sight around the curve above the
Eleven members ot the different
branches of Dr. Arter's family, all of whom
died within the eight years list past, lie
buried almost within the shadow of the
monument under which his own
body was put away, last Thursday.
Dr. Arter, by his will, read yesterday,
bequeaths all his property, real nnd per
sonal, to his widow, to be used and enjoyed
by her during her life time. It was a
most just aud thoughtful provision for her
comfjrt, cheerfully ncquieseed in by all his
George Clay was in Cairo, yesterday.
He has laid aside the printer's stick nnd
rule, and engnged in the more profitable
and less laborious business of supplying
liquid exhilerants to the passengers and
crew oi uio Cincinnati and lower river
steamer J. 1). Parker.
air. juntson leeiing assured timi a pair
of $2.50 shoes, had been stolen by a couple
of uegro women, had tliem arrested, yestcr
day, and brought before Squire Coiniugs
As Mr. M's. testimony was scarcely direct
enough to fasten the theft upon the wo
men, they were discharged.
In a letter to Health Commissioner
Francis, of St. Louis, Dr. Ranch says that
the Cairo inspection will take no cognl
zancc ot steam boat cargoes, let them come
whence they may. As steamers that touch
nt Memphis nro not allowed to hind nt
Cairo, cargo inspection would be u useless
precaution perhaps; und forthut reason it in
turned over to the quarantine officers at
The report stinted by the Chicago
Tribune, and echoed by every little Repub
lican sheet in the land that Dr. Luke P.
Blackburn, who was elected Governor of
Kentucky," last Monday, is the same Black
burn who tried to t'isscminato small pox
and yellow fever In the Union army by tho
sale of Hccond-hand clothing, is so prepos
terous nnd so out of keeping with the Doe
tor' whole life, that it has excited only
ridicule and angry retort. During all the
years linee the war, nnd when the Doctor's
mime wn Heralded an over the country as
the "hero fHickmnn,"notn word of thefoul
; CAIRO BULLETIN; V SATURDAY - MOUNINU, . AUGUST 9, 1879.
calumny was" breathed, and evon after tho
Kentucky Democrats madu the Dr. their
candidate for Governor, the Chicago
Tribune was tho only paper in tho laud
shameless enough to assume any responsi
bility for the statement. It was an exceed
ingly dirty thing to do.
In tjicsc times there is no surer or
quicker method of making money than to
invest a few hundred dollars in stock specu
ation. Alex. Frothiugham & Co., brokers,
12 Wall street, New York, nro reliable and
experienced brokers, and havo been the
means of realizing large amounts for many
of their customers. Their Weekly Finan
cial Report is sent free.
John Sackburger is fifty years old to
day. By way of celeabrating tho event he
will spread bounteous lunch at his home,
at 8 o'clock in the evening, and to this
lunch he cordially invites all of his old
friends. Having reached his half hun
dred years, he wants to take all his old
friends by the hand, talk over old times,
and have a few hours of genuine enjoyment.
He invites his old friends only, and expects
them all to come.
The Paducah News says a Cairo scien
tist has been among the growing corn, and
has been told by the thick coating of husks
about the ears, that the coming winter will
be an unusually cold one that the Missis
sippi will freeze deeper and remain frozen
longer than for years. If that observant
philosopher will call upon us nnd reason us
into Ins way of thinking, we'll put his name
down on tho arrearage bounty list. We
want the assurance that the "germs" are go
ing to have a rough time of it.
While the tuneral train was ascending
the dgcp cut, on its return from Villa
Ridge, Thursday, a hat was seen to go
overboard. Instantly a boy atout twelve
years of age plunged after it. As soon as
possible the train was brought to a halt,
everybody expecting to sec the lad brought
aboard seriously injured, if uot dead. In
stead ot that, however, thoso who looked
out of the window down the track, saw the
urchin, with an extra hat in his hand, chas
ing the train nt the top of his speed,nnd ap
parently as sound as a dollar.
The colored wood-sawyer, who sjwrts
a peg leg, an who ia an eminently success
ful dead beat in a small way, found his
way to Squire Robinson's office, yesterday,
and expressed a desire to sue somebody.
He didn't know the name of the man he
wanted to sue; but it was the man who
promised him two dollars nnd a halt if he
would vote for him ! lie had voted for the
man according to agreement, but all the
time since the April election had elapsed,
and still the $2.50 had not been handed
over. Poor man! The city should make
it good to him.
If mosquitoes don't reasou why is it
that when one is writing, they invariably
"go for" the hand that holds the pen or pen
cil? They seem to argue, nnd correctly
too, that the writer cannot disturb them
without stopping his writing, and that, as
a consequence, they are often permitted to
gorge themselves without annoyance. Our
right hand is ns raw as a fresh-cut beef
steak, while our left doesn't show a punc
ture. If that fact doesn't argue that mos
quitoes reason, it certainly indicates the
possession of an instinct that is a splendid
substitute for discretion.
Louis Grammer, a colored man who has
an oblique cast of the Ohio, and who is not
nt nil prepossessing otherwise, came to
Cairo some time ago as a tramp. Shiftless
nnd quarrelsome he finally became an in
tolerable nuisance. Yesterday afternoon,
fresh from the secno of one of his hotly con
tested verbal battles, he was taken before
Squire Robinson, nnd developing there into
a full-fledged vagrant, he was fined $50
and costs. That the city may be rid of his
presence the Squire gave him a stay until
10 o'clock this morning, by which time he
is to render himself conspicuously absent.
George Chendler, who was sent to the
penitentiary irom this city something over
a year ago, on a charge of larceny, is ngain
in Cairo, nnd proposes to stay here. He
protests most vehemently, we hear, that he
is innocent of the ciiit e for which he has
suffered, and will not leave the city until he
convinces the people of his innocence, nnd
that he paid the penalty ot a crime com
mittcd by some other person. As he is i
young man, having the greater part of lile
before him, wo hope he may succeed in his
purpose. It ho really is innocent it is worth
years of his time and effort to show it, am
we commend the stiirit that brinirs him
back hero on such a mission.
The twelve or fifteen youngsters, white
and black, who gathered in the park, yes
terday afternoon, bethought them that there
would be "lots of fun" iu a camp meeting,
and then; would have been, iinv4 likely,
had they been able to agree on a "preacher."
The youngster who offered himself for the
position was invariably cried down us
"wanting to boss everything," and then and
there, and one nfter another, the self-saeri-tiieng
chaps who offered to do the talking,
were compelled to subside or witness a
breaking up of the meeting. The biggest
boy linnlly mounted a stump, declared
himself a "hard-shell," and with strong
nasal iiitonntiou commenced his discourse.
An uproar ensued. The speaker hadn't
been elected. The speaker didn't care if
he hadn't. He'd been "called," and ho
was going to talk if ho didn't get u cent
for it; and if nny boy wanted to go homo
without any hair on his head, let tlmt boy
come tip and push him oil' t h' "pulpit."
, The challenge was not incepted, and it
looked as if the crowd, were doomed to the
Infliction a an Interminable "hard-shell'"
harangue, until the smallest chap in tho
groupo came to the rescue, and proposed
that they all go in a swimming! Before
tho "hard-shell" could round off his topic
"Sthly, c'ory urchin on tho ground was
head downward, flopping over tho park
fence, on his Way to tho Mississippi.
Our colored population aro much given
to barbecues of late, knowing, as they do,
that the carcasses of hogs, sheep, bullocks
and calves, roasted entire, ovor a great bin
ot glowing coals, form an attraction that it
is quite difflcut for rclishers of meats, to
resist. And it k undeniable, too, that iu
no other way known to the science of
cookery, can meats be rendered so tooth
some. Our attention is called to this mat
ter by tho appearance ot a lot of hand bill,s
from the Bulletin presses, announcing a
grand barbecue at Elm grove on tho west
side of the city, Saturday next. It will be
engineered by the members of one of the
social and charitable organizations among
our colored people, and provision will be
made to feed two thousand people.
At the annual meeting of the Widows
and Orphans Mutual Aid Society, held Au
gust 5th, 1879, the following named per;
sons were elected managers for tho ensuing
year: William Strattou, Mrs. P. A. Tay
lor, J. A. Goldstinc, Dr. J. J. Gordon, N.
B. Thiiitlewond, S. I). Ayers, Thomas Lewis,
G. M. Aldeu, J. S. Rearden, C. R. Stuart,
E. A. Ruder, Charles Lancaster, C. O. Paticr,
Rev. B. Y. George, J. C. White, G. W.
McKcaig, S. P. Wheeler, Mrs. Fishback,
Oscar llaythovn, A. J, Bird, William
Kluge. P. G. Schuh, J. T. Rennie, Albert
Lewis, Mrs. L. A. Howard, W. F. ditcher,
A. llalley, E.Green, Mrs.S. A. Ayers, Villa
Ridge; H. F. Potter, Mound City; A.J.
French, Bird's Point, Mo. The managers
met Thursday night and elected the follow
ing officers: William Stratton, President;
Mrs. P. A.Taylor, Vice-President: J. A.
Goldstinc, Treasurer; J. J.Gordon, Medical
Adviser; Thomas Lewis, Secretary.
Three or four youngsters discovered a
good sized hog in an old cistern, yesterday,
and impelled partly by sympathy for the
brute, and partly by the thought, that if
they rescued it, it would be their pork,
they at once commenced to devise ways and
means to release the animal from its con
finement. The plans were quite ingenious.
Securing a long wide board, they run it
down into the cistern and formed a slide
that stood at an angle of probably thirty
degrees. They then procured a strong
rope, and fixed u slipping noose on one end,
dropped it to the bottom, ns a trap for the
hog to step into, it was some time before
the noose took hold, and when it did fasten
itself. It was alwut the hog's neck. And
now came the tug of war. It required all
the united strength of the lads to move the
porker, aud several times he wriggled off
the board and hung suspended by the neck:
but the heroic determination to have him
out of that remained unimpaired.
Again and again the attempt
was renewed, and finally his
swineship was safely landed on upper tcrra
firma. It was a big achievement for the
boys, and a shout of triumph would have
signalized it, but for the ill doings of that
ungrateful hog. The moment he reached
the upper plane, with open-mouthed fero
city he dashed nt the groupe ot boys,
knocked one of them down and ran over
him, entangled his rope about the legs of
two other boys, turning them both a com
plete somersault, and dragging one of them
twenty feet or more, doublet! up like a
ball, and then with a "woosh ! swoosh !"'
dashed away with the rope, across the ad
jacent bottoms. It was several minutes
before a word was spoken.
At last, half tearfully, half resentfully one
of the groupe exclaimed: "'of nil the things
that ever lived, a hog is the only thing that
would have done that!" and then with a
stout resolvo that nil the hogs iu creation
might starve to death on the bottoms of old
cisterns before they'd help uuother one out,
they started for the foot of Dickey's Island
to cool off in the waters of the Mississippi.
The editor "f the New Orleans Times
asserts, as Tun Bulletin has otter, asserted,
that it is the sheerest nonsense to contend
that a majority of the tramps that now
curse the country want work. They do not
want work, and would not accept employ
ment if tendered to them. This fact has
been illustrated in Cairo time and time
again and conspicuously iu the ense where
thirty-six tramps agreetl to work for the C.
A; V. railroad at 25 cents mi hour, nnd only
one tramp out of the whole number worked
one hour. It is clear ns noon-dny that
their whole object is to live on charity and
plunder, and lead a life
of idleness. They are too,) in pu'isning
this purpose, becoming a terror every
where, and especially to families living in
isolated localities. Almost every newspa
per of the day contains accounts of crimes
of the most horrible and fiendish kind,
committed by these itinerant vagrants. It is
no longer safe for any woman to live alone,
or even with small children anywhere, be
yond the call of help. So well and gener
ally is this lnet known that the appearance
of a strange man walking along the coun
try highways, is sufficient to cause tho w o
men to tremble in fright and to lock and
bnr the doors ns a measure of personal sc.
curity. This, and much more being true,
the tramp laws nro not only a necessity;
but the officer of the law who refuses -or
neglect to rigidly enforce them, is mi mi
worthy servnut. Without such laws, nt
tho rato at which tramps are increasing,
hut a few years would elapse, oeioro peopio
would be afraid to live In
the country, save in communities,
large enough to Insure tho constant
presenco of two or more men. It is worse
thau folly to waste symyathy on a class ot
men who have uot sufficient Bclt-respect to
keep themselves clean. Experience shows
that tho only way to deal with them is to
treat them as vagrants and criminals. Tho
majority of them, if they aro not criminals
in fact, nro crimiuals in intent. All they
want is tho opportunity, and their truo
character will quickly display itself. Their
halid is against every honest man's hand
and every honest man's hand
will bo against them. They must bo got
rid of some way or ether, and the surest
way ut prescut seems to be a vigorous en
forcement of tho vagrant laws. The, argu
incut that men aro tramps from necessity is
not tenable. In n country like this, work
can always bo found which will vield a
living at least. In this State there is al
ways a demand for honest laborers, as there
is in every other State. The work offered
may not always be tho kind of work that a
man wants to do, but beggers must not bo
On our editorial page, to-day, we call
attention to the new game law ; but feeling
that we can scarcely make the matter too
conspicuous, we here refer to it again. A
penalty is prescribed tor killing deer or
wild turkeys between the 15th of January
aud the 1st of September. Prairie chicken
must not be killed at any time between
December 1st aud August 15th. Quail nud
rufiled grouse are protected during the in
terval between January 1st and October
1st. The killiug of each bird or anima
constitutes a separate offense and subjects
the offender to a fine of not less than five
nor more than twenty-live dollars. Inabil
ity to pay the due subjects the guilty party
to imprisonment for a period not exceeding
ten days. The law further provides that
the birds enumerated shall nt no time In
taken with a trap, snare or net, under sim
ilar penalties; and any dealer convicted of
purchasing trapped, snared or netted birds,
renders himself liable to precisely the same
penalty. Now, having said this much, that
no one who reads The Bulletin may
violate the law ignorant!)', we have to say
as an item of intelligence, that a number
of responsible gentlemen, living in differ
ent portions of Alexander county, have cx
pressed a determination to proscute every
violation of the law of which they become
advised. We admonish thnse who have
been given to the killing ol game whenever
inclination moves them, to lookout. The
wanton destruction of quail through the
agency of nets nnd traps, last winter, when
those most toothsome game birds were freely
offered at from u5 cents to 40 cents per
dozen, has begotten a determination on the
part ot our people, in country as well ns
town, to prosecute violators of the law, let
them be whom they may. It would be
well for everybody concerned, to lenr this
fact constantly in mind.
LISTOFADVKKTISF.il LETTERS ItKMAlNINO IS
TIIE CAIlio POST OFFICE ACOtST (J,
Burns, Rena Miss: Brooks, Nellie Mrs.
Conley, M. F. Mrs.; Collins. Tiny Mrs
Dawson, Fanny; Grove, Dellia Miss; Green
Kate Mrs.; Griggs, Eva Miss; Hogan, Em
ma Miss; Hopkins, Hattie Miss; Ivis, Heda
Miss; Johnson, Mary Mrs.; Slill'ord, Jennie
Miss; Meskill, Denis Mrs.; Martin, Mary
Mrs.; Powers, Josy Miss; Taylor, Ellen
Miss; Russell, Mary Miss; Sherman, Hattie
Miss; Smith, Mattic Mrs.: White, Mary
Mrs.; Winston, Judy; Wcllman, M. A.
Abemathy, N. L.; Baker, Johnson; Ber
ford, Jno.; Berington, HughCapt.; Dilday,
Jas. B.; Dobson, Thomas; Eagan, Patrick;
Fargin, Mr.; Fitpatrick, Pat; Fox, W. G.;
Ginure, II. W.: Geek, Wm. V.: Hunt,
Chas.; Harris, Edward; llising, Herman;
Hook, Jno. (l.;Holikan, Martin ;lIarris,W 8.
Johnson, Charley; Jackson. Edmund;
Jones, J. W.; Jones, Win.: Mcltiring. Dick;
Martin, S.; Parker, Jack; Prickrte, W. T.
J.; Rush, Chas; Shanghnessy, (Janet;
Scott, E. II.; Stevinson, Jno.; Sullivan,
Mike; Story, P.T.; Waddell, Jno.; White,
Nathan ;Zeverly; E. A.
Please say "advertised" when
for these letters.
ST. CIIAIiI.ES HOTEL.
I. N. Stover, Ills.; Ben. Strouse. Balti
more; J. M. Sconlle, F. M. Jones, Chicago:
Alex Kinkland, Paducah;J. N.Clark, Mo.;
G. R. Brown, Chicngo; John Keller, New
York ; W. B. Farmer, W. A. Friedman,
Jackson, Tenn.; Frank Gurlet, Chicngo; W.
Polk. Jackson, Tenn.; J. II. Dunlap, Gray's
Iron Line; P. T. Molohon, Oceoln, Ark.:
M.O.IIaleler, New Madrid ; G. Withouski,
Greenville, Miss.; J. M. Krout, Cincinnati;
C. H. Benny, Chicngo; A. T. Eds and wife,
Vicksburg; F. M. Hitch, New Orleans.
(,'aiho, Ills., aug. 7, 1870.
1 had been suffering several days with
chills, had a chill every morning. Oho
week ago I put on a Forbes Fever Pad,
and I believe it has entirely cured me, as I
have had no chill since putting it on und
have taken no other medicine.
Will. I). Cameiion.
These Pads are n sure preventive ns well
us a euro for malarial fever, yellow fever,
chills and fever, etc., for sale, $1 00 each
at Phconix drug store.
Geo. E. O'lLutA.
B 31 ALL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AI L ADVERTISEMENTS In tlil toitimn, or
five Hunt earb orlesawill bo published for 25
cents every In.urtlou; 1.00 per muntU. Earn ad
ditional lluo, 5 ceuls. bttutttious wanted rreu.
A fold collar button. Tho Under will be rewarded
ou leuviiig It at the St. Charles llotul.
IIEADQUARTEItS FOKFINE AHCHEKYOOODH
Hows. Arrows, Tarcots, Sbootlnu fllovcs, e,c 111
W. HENDEItSUN' H. C, , , .,,,,,7.1.1 .,..niui. tor-
YMIN ISTIIATOU'8 NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby riven to tho widow and lii-irs of
AlexnudcrC. Uoifu'i's, deceased, and all others w hom
It may concern, that the undersigned will Jllo his
Hn til ntport as administrator of tke estate of said
Alexander u. uoaus. tifceasttti, at me August term,
IST'.i of the county court of Alexander county. Illi
nois, to be hidden at Cairo, In suld county, tin the
third Monday of Auiiiist IST'J, and will then and
there muke tiiml settluiueut und ark for a di( hurxe
as such administrator. JOHN MUliCKS,
July 30, 1S71. Adiululstrator, etc.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE .
PubPc notice Is hereby olven to IL rmaii Levy
that ou the IDlh day of July. A. I. lsTIi, Henry
vteixs slum out oi ino circuit court 01 Alexander
county, Illinois, a writ of attachment acalust the
estate of Hie suld Ilermau Levy, for f.'Wi .i. return
able on the third Monday of Keptember, 1S79. to a
term or sum court tlieu to lie numeu in tne citv el
Cairo, In sale, county nud state, which writ ofnl
taehnivut lm bt-en levied upon lot v!l, block 'f!. In
said city of Cairo, Now. unless the said Herman
Levy sbull appear, ulvo ball and plead wltblu the
'.lino limited lor bis uppi-arnuct) Iu such case. JntlK-lni-nl
will be entered uud the elate so ntl.v Ind
will be sold. JOHN A. It E EVE.
Cairo, 111., August 4th. 1S79. Circuit Cb rk.
Statb or Illinois. I Circuit court of Alcxan
Col'NTY op Alcxandfu, j dcr countv. hepteu.ber
term, A. I). lS7'J.
J. M. Phillips, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, ck.
Caroline E. Morris. l arollncW'. Morris. Freder
ick 8. Morris. I barles K. Morris, Margaret Mor
ris. Ou bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Caroline E.
Morris. Executrix. Caroline E. Morris, Caroline W.
Morris, Frederick S. Morris. Charles E. Morris and
Marsarrt Morris, the defendants above nenied.
havlun been tiled In the office of the clerk of suld
circuit court of Alexauder county, notice is hire by
liiven to the said mm rexldent deleudauts. that tint
complainant has (lied bis bill of complaint In said
court ou the Chancery side thereof on the -Jlst tiay
of July. A. I) lisS. Now. therefore, uulff you,
the said Caroline E. Morris, Executrix, Curi'lne E.
Morris, Carollue W. Morris. Frederick ! Morris.
Charles E. Morris, and Marcaret Morris shall per
soually be and appear before the suld circuit court
of Alexander county on the first day of the cet
term thereof, to be boldeu In the court bouse In the
city of Calm, In said county, on the 1Mb day of frep
tember. A. D. ls7'J. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complatuanl's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged ami
stated, will be taken as confessed, and a decree in
tered ai'ulust you at'cordiue to the prfiverol stid
bill. JullN A. HEEVE. Clerk.
It. S Yocum. Complainant's Solicitor.
ptati or iLLisoi.,. ( circuit court or Alexander
CotSiTV or Al.KXAM'ir., (conntv. September term.
A. I). lsTV.
William Tw eed Parker
Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker, bvas F. Parker. J ode
on bill fir partition.
Parker. Robert 11 Cunulut-1
bam, Lizzie It Hughes J .
Affidavit of the noti reldenceof F.lizubrtu'Lliiker.
William Linker. lyn F. Parker, of the the detend
ants above named, having been Bled in the o9ie of
the clerk of said circuit court of Alexander county,
notice is hereby piven to tbe said non resident de
feodants. that the complainant has riled his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Irith day of tuly. A. D. t7.. Now, therefore,
unless ytm. tf.e said ' Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dyas V. Parker shall personally be and ap
pear before life said circuit court of Alexander
conntv on the rlrt day of the next term thereof, to
be bolden at the court house in the city of Cairo,
in said county, on tie 1Mb day of September. A. I).
l7!i. and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's hill of compluint. the same and the mat
ters aud things therein charged and s'ated, will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered sa'nst
you accordius to the praver of said bill .
JOHN A. REEVE. Cleik.
Grekn A' Oiliikrt, Complainant s Suhtitois.
July Wth, 1S7U.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M Thornton, by their certain Trust lArd dat d
May the "th, A. D. l-wi7aud recorded In the Record
ers ortlcc in Alexander County, in Book "V." Paze
41, S and a did coi.vey to the undersigned a Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure tb
payment of seven promisor? uotes for the sum tf
one thousand (l'0 dollars each and payable re
spectively iu four t4l fie tM six 161 seven " viht
(S) nine i n aud ti n (10) years from date, w ith Inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum. pavaMe
semi-annually from dute aud whereas live i.'m ut said
notes tire, now due and unpaid with interest on
same from the SJth of Stay A. I). 1S74 to this dat -And
whereas the leiral bolder of said notes has
called upon the nnderslned to sell thepremls.it
hereiualtvr described to satisfy said notes and Inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the terms of
said Deed of Trust the undersigned w 111,
ON THURSDAY THE 4TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. D. 1S7'.i.
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A.M., and .1
o'clock P. M.of said dav. on the premises herein
after described In the cfty of Cairo. Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cab. the following described Real Estate, to-wit:
I.ot number nine t'.oten (10) eleven till twelve (IS)
and thirteen (1:)) in block number sixteen il ) In
the first addition to the city of Cairo. Illinois, i.s
platted by the Trustees of Cairo Cl'v Property,
situated in the County of Alexander. Illinois, and
all tho rights and equity of redemption of the smut
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wife, their lielrs. executors, administrators, and as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust and all costs and
expenses of executing the same.
It. F. MARSHALL, Trustee.
Sprlif field. Ills.. .lulv tub. lbVJ.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
o F ' ICK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines oi all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
ME88R8. 8MYTIT CO. have conatantly a large
stock of the best goods In the market and give
tspoclal atteution to the wholesale braucb tf the