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T H. BRYANT, M. D.
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OKFIC8; Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RBSlDENCKi-Comcr Nineteenth and Wab-
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Gfflra 140 Commercial avenue. Reildence corner
FourUenUi St. and WMUlnfrton venue, Cairo
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. Omot No. t:U) Commercial
Sigbth and Ninth Strceu
pit. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphaua' Mu
tual Aid Society
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICK-No. 1 Commercial Avenue.
JjV)R METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAII.
The Elegant SIdcwbeel racueer Steamer
231 CHAMPION Sli
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
PaducaU, Metropolis and way lauding. For
freight or pasaage apply to OL. A. MLEK,
(AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE frrkn STATES.
On and after Monday, J Que lii, the boat will mate
th following trip:
mavis lkate leave
Foot Fourth at. Mionrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
i a. m.
9 a. m.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninjj Daily in Southern Illinois.
Cairo, 111., August, 1 ItfTii. I
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wlud. Vtl Weather.
6:41 m 30.nl
3:onp m :.m
;l:4t so w
Maximum Temperature. 770; Minimum Tern
Verature, ti' 9 ; Rainfall, OW Inch.
W. II. RAY,
Sers't Blenal Corps, U. 8. A.
Caiko, Ills., aug. 7, 1870.
"Thud been Buffering several days with
'chills, had a chill every morning. Oho
week ago I put on a Forbes Fever Pud,
and I bolievo it has entirely cured me, as I
have had no chill since putting it on and
have taken no other medicine.
Will. D. Cameiiox.
These Pads are a sure preventive as well
as acute for malarial fever, yellow fever,
chills and fever, etc., for sale, 00 each
t Pheon'u drug More.
Geo. E. O'IIaua.
Ten Cents Worth. It yon wunt a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
liair cut for 2i cents, or anything else in
the tmi.torial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Ik You Wast a nice clean shave, a
fashionable hair cut, a shampoo Hint will
tool your head and tjuict your nerves, or in
fact anything else in the Unisonal line,
Conrad Alba's shop on Gth, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists arc the men
to do the work. Hero is his scale of popu
lar prices :
Shavi wi 10c.
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airy and
degant in all it appointments. Work ul- j
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
oiiler. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and tiphol
6tering done on short notice. 1 huvc a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth foi Vreens.to lie made up in the Intest
. And best style. Pi vv very low.
1 ;' Fit ASK Sc'IIOKMIlB.
Anti-Bkllim PituiKH-At the barber
1 tihop of J. Bteinhotise, .Eighth strcit,
" near Alexander County Rank. Customers
will find a cloitn, coot shop, easy cluvlis, nil
the late pHH'r. clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
.factory work. Prices : Shaving. 10
rtnttt;' Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
2 cents. Olvi him a call.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Choico Hams and Breakfast Bacon at
Pettis & Binpji
Judge Bullock, a prominent citizen of
Paducah, was in the city, yesterday.
Choice hams and breakfast bacon, at
Pettis & Buid.
- Tho James Stewart who proposes a
trio to New Orleans is not ho of tho bank ;
but the other James.
Mrs. Con O'Callahan was in tho city,
yesterday, circulating among her old ac
quaiutances,who are still quite numerous.
A number of our citizens wore heavy
coats all day yesterday, without any dis
Fresh roasted coffee ground and'un
grouud, at Pettis & Bird.
Miss Jennie Musselmau and Miss Ella
Latell, of Metropolis, are in the city, visit
ing the family of Mr. McCammon.
Judge Browning wil preside as Judge,
during tho next torm of the Alexander
Lawyer Schafor, who once upon a
time made the race tor the State's Attor
neyship of Alexander county, is in the
Mr. Wood Rittenhouse is again quite
seriously indisposed the result, perhaps,
of exercise beyond his powers of enduranco
during tho few days past.
Fancy groceries of all kinds just in and
will be sold very close. Pettis & Bird.
We hear it stated that Constable Mc
Allister has filed no bond. It the report
bo untrue, Pink should come to the front
and contradict it.
Halhday Bros., of this city, have es
tablished an agency for the purchase of
wheat, in Metropolis, and arc purchasing
large quantities of very fine grain.
Mr. John Church, who, sometimo ago
was dropped from service on the Illinois
Central, on account ot a collision, is now
tilling a position on the Vandalia road.
We make choice northern butter a
specialty, receive it tresh from dairy twice
per week. Hotels and families supplied at
all times. Pettis & Biiid.
The expression, a man "with an ob
lique cast of the Ohio" may be somewhat
obscure at first flush; but a little study de
velops it into a "devliish good thing."
Rev. Clark Braden will preach at 1 1
o'clock this morning in the Christian
church., Eighteenth street, and will lecture
at 4 p. m. and 8 p. m. in the Presbyterian
church, Eighth street.
Look. We have received another lot of
those fine Meyune teas, and will give a
handsome present to each lady buying a
pound. Pettis & Bird.
W. C. Joslyn's little 10 or 18 months
boy fell from a horse, yesterday, and broke
his arm. Dr. Parker bestowed the necessa
ry professional care upon the little fellow,
and left him comparatively comfoi tabic.
In recounting tho quarantine expen
ditures the Sun nuts down a payment of
$24 to Tiie Bulletin for proclamations.
The amount charged for the proclamations
was f3.30; but that's about as near the truth
as Davis cares to venture.
Lumber, cabbages and watermelons
constitute a large share of the freight
going north via Illinois Central, just now.
As a carrier of melons the little Narrow
gauge is -'anything but a slouch," at this
We might have mentioned, several
days ago (but forgot to do so) that Charley
Hodges is the father of a fine boy. It is
now about four days old ; but Charley still
holds an advantage over it of several pounds
in point of weight.
Report has it that Capt. James John
son intends to sell his farm and bring his
fatuity back to the city. We don't believe
a word of it. A convenient farm is entirely
too handy a thing to have in a Cairo fam
ily, to be disposed of, except under extraor
Since the close of the scholastic year,
and up to Monday last, .Mrs. Taylor, our
County Superintendent of Schools, has de
voted her entire time to the duties of her
position. Three or four weeks of tho time
were devoted to institute work and teaching
a class in pedagogies.
Capt. Newman informs the public that
if the people see proper to patronize mid
sustain the Champion in the Paducah and
unit) traoe, mat ne ami my. jiini will give
bond and security to any responsible
party or number of persons, that the rate of
fare shall not bu increased over one .dollar
passage, meals included between the two
point. Metropolis Democrat.
A white man, named William Heddi-
ker, was lined $10 and costs, by Squire
Robinson, yesterday, under a charge of va
grancy. Alter he was given "a stay" he
alleged that he had secured employment,
and begged permission of the Squiro to re
main in the city. The Squiro did not feel
authorized or inclined to nullify his own
edict as soon as issued, uud refused the per
Wo seu a little lime, scattered here
and there; but it forms but a poor start for
disinfection. Dump, death-breedinu places
about the mouths of sewers, down the man
hole, and under sidewalks, where a hun
dred barrels might bo advantageously used,
remain untouched. This won't do. If the
Health Officer litis tho limit nubjcct to his
disposal, It U serving but a poor purpose
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
barreled up In a warehouse. If be has
nono, le ought to be supplied not with
ten barrels, nor twenty, but every bushel ho
can uso advantageously. Disinfection is a
work that must not bo ncglocted. Money
could not be moro wisely cxpendod, had wo
an absolute guarantee that wo would not
have a caso of yellow fever in ono hundred
Tho readers of TnE Bulletin familiar
with tho sad and tragic scenes that but
lately blotted out a life and filled a Cairo
homo with grief and gloom, will supply
all tho shades and sombro tints of the
pictures so strongly outlined in "Thoughts"
elsewhere expressed in terse but tunctul
numbers. Though very brief, tho lines arc
As tho number of bosses of tho Saup
Rose building has multiplied rapidly, and
as several of Dr. Schuh's personal friends
are included, he has concluded to erect a
large awning with ascending tiers of seats,
for their accommodation. Unless some
thing of the sort is done, U is apprehended
that the number ot the bosses will soon
dwindle again to 25 or 30.
As announced in Friday's paper, a fa
vorable change was marked in Christ.
Kcllv's case, and during the day he was
able to sit up. But during tho night he
took a relapse, and yesterday noon was
never death's door than ever. It was
thought that ho couldn't survive the night
P. S. Kelly died at 4:20 p. m. no
leaves a wife and married daughter, and
many friends to mourn his death.
Although constantly on the go the two
slop carts are not equal to the prompt per
formance of the slop service. Citizens com
plain that they are not regularly served,
and that, placing their tubs in the front of
their dwellings they are permitted to re
maiu there until they become so many nui
sauces. The wagons in the service put in
full time, actively, and could do no more,
'though the pay were doubled.
The colored man Jackson, to whom
we refer elsewhere, entered Mrs. Callie
Johnson's house, Friday night, and enga.
ing in a fight with a colored girl named
Ella Davis, broke down Mrs. Callie's bed
stead, leaving it, as Mark Twain would de
scribe it, "a chaotic mass of ra's," in the
middle of the floor. Callie appeared be
lore Squire Osboru, yesterday, ana swore
out a warrant for Jackson's arrest
Grammar, the negro with the oblique
vision, who was fined $50 under the vag
act, and given until 10 a. m., yesterday, to
sret out of the city, was skulking about in
unusual places, an hour or two after his
season of grace had expired, and walked
into the hands of the police. He was "run
in" which being interpreted, was escorted
to the calaboose, where he will be kept
confined until it is thought best to dispose
of him otherwise.
Father Walsh, who did such heroic
work at Camp Father Matthew in Mem
phis, last year, was in Ireland when he
heard of the appearance of fever in Mem
phis, last month, and immediately set out
for homo. He arrived in Memphis Friday,
and was received with processions, and
amidst the blazing ot bon-fires and the
sound of music and cannon. He immedi
ately entered upon the self-sacrificing work
Chas. Allen, colored, was fined $5 and
costs, by Squire Robinson, yesterday, for
rgiug fire-arms within the corpora
tion. As Allen aud Aithie Robinson had
been exchanging words about some silver
change snatched from the former by the
latter, it was hinted that the pistol was fired
at Archie's foot. But such an imputation
was not borne out, or rendered even proba
ble, by the evidence. Taking into consid
eration the are covered by Archie's feet,
the fact that Allen didn't hit them is proof
conclusive that he didn't uim at them.
John Sackburger's fiftieth birth-day
was quite a notable event in his history. He
made it a free nnd easy day for all his old
acquaintances, many nf whom called upon
him during the day, and at night his house
vus thronged with them. Many a foaming
tankard of lager was drank to John's good
health, and when the crowd was called to
the lunch he had prepared, it was soon dis
covered that his old friends maintained
excellent appetites, with an especial relish
for the well served meats thnt were provid
ed in abundance. John was happy, and
had occasion to be.
Charley Glass, until recently quite in
different to his fate, and especially careless
about his spiritual affairs, has had an
awakening. Brothers Britton and Perkins
have been laboring with him and report a
marked change. Ho will be such a good
man by the lClh of next month, that it will
1m! wrong to kill him. He would, if re
leased, do good all the balance of hi iift,,'
He Is sorry he killed Newman because he
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now Knows tnai ruurucr i a great crime,
mid repents of all his sins; but the notion
still lurks with him that Newman got no
more than he deserved. Brother Ihitton
finds it n work of love to labor with t ilais
and cherishes tho hope that he will yCt
mako of him as good a man oh he is him
self. The Rev. Mr. Bradley has not been
It is a matter of no oonsequi!nc; luit
wo mention tho circumstance to show how
difficult it would bo to maintain an efl'ec
ti vis quarantine. A day or two ajro n m.
ored woman arrived on the Mississippi
Central, Intending to get off at Cairo, and to
run her chances with tho nflhvuvi f tho
quarantine. Arriving at the hend o! the in
SUNDAY MOKNUm, AUGUST 10, 1879.
cline, she remained on board, cxpocting tho
fcain, as had been its wont, to back down
to the St. Charles. It didn't back down;
but In a bhort time cut out towards Chicago.
Near Villa Ridgo tho conductor asked the
woman whore she wanted to get off, and sho
replied "Cairo." Sho was landed at Villa
Ridge, and on tho freight train that camo
along an hour or two later, reachod the city
without let or hindcrance. and la now
among us. Nobody cares particularly
about her presence here? but it serves to
show that nothing short of a cordon of sen
tinels about tho whole city would prove
effective in keeping out refugees.
A colored man, named Jackson,
passed the hocso of Mrs. Callie Johnson,
Friday evening,, and May Johnson and
Ella Davis, all colored, commenced quar
relling about him. The quarrel became
red hot, and May Johnson, rushing into
the house, seized a pitcher, and returning,
smashed it over Ella's head. Policeman
Wims arrested tho belligerent parties, and
brought them before Squire Robinson, yes
terday, for trial. The facts appearing as
above stated, Mary was fined $3 and costs,
and Ella was discharged.
- In the present time of business de
pression aud financial uncertainty, it is the
duty of men of mind who have given the
matter careful thought, to come to the
front, and ventilhite their "theories." In the
hope of "breaking the ice" in this direc
tion, our reporter sought an interview with
Mr. Justus Cunningham, yesterday, but
tound that gentleman disinclined to submit
to an interview. He has promised, how
ever, as time may serve him, to give his
views on finance, and ol course those
views will promptly find expression through
The Bulletin'. Wc have only to suggest
to tho gentleman that, in view of the con
gressional inquiry into the prevailing de
pression in business, recently made in Chi
cago, that no time tor such an expression,
can be more auspicious than the present.
We have received from the "Commit
tee" a complimentary ticket with a written
invitation to attend the "Grand Benefit
Ball" in Mound City on the 12th of August.
The ball is given at the instance of lead
ing citizens with a view of aiding the main
tenance of the Mound City ferry. An ob
ject by the attainment of which the whole
Mound City public will profit is certainly
deserving of encouragement; and it will
speak ill of the public spiritless of the res
idents of that pleasant little city, if it does
not prove the largest reunion of the kind
ever held there. Of course quite a numla-r
of Cairo people will be on hand aud take
part in the festivities; nnd the proverbial
hospitality of the Mound Cityites on such
occasions, ought, now that they are making
something like an unusual effort, bring
large delegations from all the neighboring
It is stated that Capt. Tom McClure,
of Clear Creek landing, in this county,
harvested 040 acres of wheat, this year, ob
taining therefrom 13,400 bushels of as fine
a quality of grain as has been sold in the
St. Louis market this year. Ho will plant
S00 acres this fall, beside giving customary
attention to his corn crop. Capt. Tom
is now one ol the biggest larmers in
Southern Illinois, and certainly one of the
most successful ones. He settled where
he is about twenty-five years ago, a com
paratively poor man. For his home farm,
which includes 1100 ncres, he was, nt one
time, offered $02,000. He owns in the vi
cinity of the landing 3,411 ncres, has pro
vided himself with all the latest and best
farm machinery, and has his business so
systematized that it moves with the precis
ion of clock work. To be brief and explicit.
"Tom is well fixed."
The Metropolis Democrat says: "A
monster sea lish or aligator, has been fre
quently seen lately in the river near tho
Kimball mills, by boys in swimming nnd
persons on the bank. This amphibious an
imal showed quite a disposition to devour
some of the boys in swimming two or three
times, and staid on tho surface ot the water
long enough for persons at Massac to get
their guns and shoot several shots nt it
without seeming effect. The monstei is
said to be about 20 feet long and is sup
posed to be the aligator which escaped
from a menagerie above here some weeks
ago." The same marine monster is now
ravaging the coasts of Cairo. Ben Persle
hooked it on his trot-lino Friday evening,
but, drawing it to the surface it bit the
prow of his skiff off, and he let it go. If
wo were a boy wc wouldn't go in swim
ming again until we tound out where that
aligator has gone, or a thousand dollars a
There ih a very perceptible waning of
interest in the Temperance Reform move
ment. This is not so because the officers
ot tho Reform club are idle and indifferent.
The club was never better ofllccied than
now. The causes must bo sought for in
other directions. The yellow fever panic
has had an enervating effect the question
"how shall I protect myself nnd my family
against the approach of that deadly epi
demic?" being of infinite moro importance
than the work of fortifying otto's self against
the allurements of tho wino cup; and es
pecially is this true of those who stand in
no peril from the latter. Then again the
movement is becoming "an old thing."
Tcoplo have surfeited upon the unvary
ing routine that has obtained in the meet
ings. 'To awaken a renewed interest, there
must be an attraction. The majority of
those who now attend Jho mortings, do so
because impelled by a sense of duty they
owe to the public. It was not for such the
movement was inaugurated. To get out
tho others, again, thero must bo attractions
which, of themselves, will bring out a
crowd. Just now is not tho most propiti
ous time, perhaps, to make "the new de
parture;" but it will not bo labor lost to
make it at any time. Tho general waning
of zeal now 60 apparent, is more to bo fear
ed than the fall, hero and there, of individ
Doctors Roilly and Rauch were en
gaged yesterday, purchasing supplies for
the hospital boat that is to be established
nt Island No t. Tho report reaches us
(but we don't believe a word of it) that
the residents of the neighborhood of tho
Island liavo avowed a purpose to sink the
boat, if it takes on board a single patient.
We don't bolievo any responsible resident
of Ballard county ever made such a silly
threat. The hospital folks will have no
communication with the Ky. shore, but
will have daily communication with Cairo.
IIouco while a neglect to fumigate and
change wearing apparel, on tho part of
those passing to and fro between Cario and
the hospital, may imperil citizens ot Cairo
somewhat, wc can't see how it will endanger
our neighbors across the river. But in any
event, the boat will not be sunk. A single
yellow fever patient on board would afford
the boat better protection than six ten
pounders would; and the knowledge that
both the State of Illinois and the Federal
government are concerned in its mainten
ance, will afford it a guarantie of safety
that ten thousand men underarms could not
afford. The boat will not be molested
The Mt. Caruiel Register, of Friday last,
makes the following reference to the sud
den, even instantaneous, death of Mrs.
Leary, the aged mother-in-law of our fellow-
citizen, Mr. John Taber, of Tabor Eros :
"Mrs. Leary, of Cairo, a widow lady, aged
C4 years, the mother-in-law of Mr. John
Taber, the Cairo jeweler, died very sudden
ly at the residence of Mr. J. J. Thomas, in
tins citv, Mmuav night. .Mrs. L. came
here on a visit Sunday, July 27th, one week
prior to her death. She had been afflicted
with rheumatism for several months, suffer
ing at times intensely. Since her arrival
here she was supposed to be improving
rapidly, nnd was at no time considered sc
nously ill. During tne evening she was
in unusual good spirits, but was all at
once observed to ga?p, and in a moment
fell dead. Dr. Rigg was at once summon
ed, but saw at a glance that his services
were useless. He pronounced the disease
rheumatism of the heart. The lady was a
devout Catholic, and her body was interred
in the Cotholic cemetery on Monday after
noon. The failure of the thirty thousand
Memphis refugees, now domiciled all over
the North and South, to disseminate the
germs of the yellow fever, argues the gen
end absence of some condition, the prcs
etice of which is essential to the spread of
the disease. While refugees, infected with
the disease before leaving Memphis, sicken
and die in all parts of the country, we have
yet to hear of a single death or case of
fever that is chargeable to contact with
such cases. We are thus shown that the
germs are transportable, may be carried
thausands of miles, and then develope in
the party infected with them, and then die
out tor the want of conditions essential to
their continued activity. That these con
ditions do no exist in Cairo
that they have been destroyed by very ordi
nary sanitary efforts is pretty clearly
shown by the experience of the past month.
Not a day has passed during that time that
a Memphis refugee did not arrive in Cairo,
slop over in or pass through tho city; but
ifany ill consequences have ensued the
public is in blissful ignorance of them. AVc
are not disposed to urge a demonstration of
the matter by experiment, but wc now be
lieve that if a little more energy were in
fused into the efforts to clean up ami disin
fect the city, we might safely open our
gates to Memphis, ami permit a resumption
of travel nnd business by both rail nnd
The funeral of Chris. Kelly will take
place at 3 o'clock to-niorrow from Twen
tieth street. The body will be taken to
St. Patrick's church, and then to Villa
Ridge lor Interment.
Fur the Culro llulletin.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
What has turned up, lint we see but lit
tle of correspondence in tho Bulletin? Old
Trim, for want of time, has tailed for 3 or
4 weeks, to come forward with his budget,
but as Iho weather clerk has lowered the
temperature of the weather gnuge, nnd old
Trim has but little on hands, now, except
to help "Tube," he thinks ho will be a lit
tle more prompt in lidding his mile to the
best paper in the State of ill., viz: The
Cairo Weekly Bulletin, .lust ns wc com
mence to write, we noticed on our desk tho
premium list of the twenty-fourth iinnual
fair of Union County, which comes off Sep
tember flth 12th. It Is a fact pat
ent to all, that these annual re-unions of
the farmers nnd mechanics of Union Coun
ty, have done more, in tho line of develop
ing the wealth and resources ol the county,
limn any other ono agent. Tho premiums
offered to competitors for premiums, are in
deed quite liberal, nnd It is hoped will
draw many competitors from adjoining
counties. There should bo a good turnout
from Alexander county. Those farmers in
tho vicinity of Villa Ridge, no doubt will
be with us in largo numbers; nnd from
what we have seen ot their stylo of farming,
we shall not be surprised if wo see them
pocket some of the premiums.
Couio everybody, from all over "Egypt,"
and Ictus have a re-unoinou tho fair
grounds, that will mako us forget all about
politics, for awhile, and fill us brim-full ot
exalted Ideas of farm labor aud the me
In this fast ago, nono love to read long
nrtlcs in newspapers. Then that we may
avoid wearying any, let us stop right hero.
Dongola, Aug. 0, 1879. Old Tuim.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In thin column, of
live lluot each or lean will tie published (or '-'i
cent every Insertion; $1,00 per mouth. Each (t't
Uillouul line, Scenli-. bltuutloua wanted free.
A pold collar button The Under w ill bo rewarded
on leaving It at the St. Clmrlea Hotel. ,
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE AKCOKRYtiOOD
IIow, Arrow. Tarueta, Shooting (Hove, etc., a'
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial avenue, cor
Notice Is hen bv given to the widow and ue!r of
Alexander (,'. Hoitum, deceased, and all other whom
It muy concern, that the undersigned w ill die hi.
final report ait aiitiilnlitrator of the eMail) of n,d
Alexander C. llode. deceased, at the Auburn term.
ISili of the connty court of Alexander rouuty, 1 1 1
noi. to he holdeii at Cairo, In aald county, ou t (i
third Monday of Aiuut lS'il), and will then aid
there make Unul nettlemcut nnd ak fur a dlxrharu'-'
n hi cli admluletrator. JOHN HolHiES.
July :), 1STK. AdmlniKtralor. etc.
Public notice i herebv riven to Herman Levy
that on the lwh dny of 'July. A. D. Henry
WelHumed out of the circuit court of Alexatider
county. Illinoln, a writ of mtachnu-nt again! Hi
eMate of the aid Herman Levy, for g.W i. return
able on the third Monday of September. 1179. lo
term of aid court then to be holdeii in the city o!
Cairo, lu nilo county uud Mate, which writ ol at
tachmeiit ha been levied upon lot 1M, block lu
naid city of Cairo. Now. utile the aid Herman
Levy hall appear, clve ball and plead within the
time limited for hi appearance In nch cae. Judg
ment will be entered aud the Mate attaih -d
willbeaold. JUHN A. REEVE.
Cairo. 111., August Ith. lHT'J. Circuit Clerk
H'DLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
State or Iixinoi. I Circuit court of Alexin,
Coi sTror Alixa.Mihi, t der couutv. September
term. A. D.
J. M. Phllllti.v Caroline E. Morris, executrix. e!
Caroline E. Morn, Caroline W. Morri. Freder
ick 8 Morri. Charle K. Morri. Margaret Mor
ri. Ou bill fur Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non reoldenre of Caroline K
Morri, Executrix, Carolluc K. Mom. Caroline W
Morri. Frederick 8. Morri. Charle E. Morri and
Margaret Morri, the defendant above Urmed.
having been Died In theoSlce of the clerk of aii
circuit court of Alexandercounty. notice 1 bertbv
given to Ihe ald non reldent defendant, that the
complainant haa tiled hi bill of c"tu;ilaiBt In raid
court ou the Chancer)- ide thereof ou the '.'lt day
of July. A. D lsTS. Now. therefore, utile you.
the a!d Caroline E. Morri. Executrix. Caroline E
Morri. Caroline W. Morri. Frederick S. Morn.
Charle E Morri. and Margarvt Morrii bail per
nonally be and appear before the aid circuit court
of Alexander county on the Srt day of the next
term thereof, to be liolden in the conrt houe in the
city of Cairo, lu aid county, on the ir,th day of !ep.
temtier. A. 1), 1ST!, and plead. anweror demur to
the Mid roniVlalnant bill of complaint, the ame.
and the matter and thing therein charged and
Hated, will bv taken a coiifei-d, aud a decree en
tered 3ga!ut you accordlnz to the prnrerof id
bill. JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk
It 8 Yoctim, Complainant' Solicitor.
State or Illisoi. i Circuit court of Alexander
C'oi'jiTr or Al.tXASDElt, ( county, hi-pieniber term,
William Tweed Parker 1
Ell.aheth Linker. William on bill r, r partition.
Linker. lKu F. I'nrker, Jmle .'
I'urker, liohert II Clinuitig
ham, l.izie It Hughe j
Affidavit of the non residence of KlizabettYI.inkcr.
William Linker, Iiya F. 1'arker, of the the defend
ant above named, having been filed In the office of
the clerk of aaid circuit court of Alexander count,
notice I hereby given to the ald uon renident de
fendant, that the Complainant ha tiled lil bill of
complaint In aid Court on the chauceryide thereof
on tho Itith day of July. A. 1). Now, then-fore,
utile yon. tlie aid Elizabeth Linker. Wllllm
Linker, Dya F. l'arker hail personally be and ap
pear before tho alil circuit court of Alexander
countv on the ilrt day of the next term thereof, to
be holilen at the court houe in the city of Cairo.
In cald county, on the I5th day of September. A. D
lS7!i. and pleail, anower or iletntir to the raid con,
pluilxiiit bill of complaint, the ame nnd the ma'
fer and thing therein charged aud Hated, w ill In
taken a conleed. and a decree entered ai:lnt
you according to the pmver of ald hill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Cleik.
Ghees & (iii.nxttT. Complainant Solicitor.
July ITlh, ISTK.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their certain TruM l)ed dated
May the li'.th, A. D. lsiiTaud recorded in the Record
er olllce In Alexander County, in Hook "V." 1'age
4M, U aud 3 did convey to the uuderl gned aiTrii'ti-e
the premise hereinafter ilecrlbed to ecure the
payment of uven protnlory note for Ihe mm of
one th(iuaiid (imai) dollar each and payable re
spectively In four (4) live ,:) ix o;icvcu (T) eight
(Sj nine (') and ten lo) year from date, with inter
et at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable
Heml-Hiinually from date and wherea live (,V of1 hM
note are now due and unpaid with it.terc'. on
Htne from the tttth of May A D. Is74 to this dale
And wherea the legul holder of nid note
called upon the undcr!gncd to ell the prcmUe
hercinafici described to mtify nid note and Inter
et. Now therefore In (urtiniico of the term of
Huid Deed of Trind tho undersigned will,
ONTUL'liSDAYTHE ITH DAY OKSEI'TEMDER,
A. D. 187(1.
between the hour of ten (1(0 o'clock A. M,, and r,
o'clock 1. M. of uld day. on tho premise herein
after described In the city of Cairo, 111., proceed
to ell nt public vendue io the highest binder for
cash, the follow ing described Real Ertate, to-wit:
Lot number nine (intcii (IU)eleven (11) twelve(l'J)
and thirteen (1:1) In Mock number sixteen (M) In
the flrt nddlllon to thu citv of Cairo, llllnol, a
platted by tho Trustee of Cnlro CPy Property,
situated In the County of Alexander, Illinois, ami
all the right nnd eiiillv of redemption of the said
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wll'i!, their heir, executor, administrator, and as
sign therein, to utlfy said trust uud ul 1 cost and
expense of executing Ihe same
II. F. MARSHALL, Trustee.
Sprltlglleld, Ills,. July llth. 187(1.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
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