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E. A. RlllXETT.
Ten Cents Woutii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
the toiiniiil line, rememl er the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Caiko, Iu.s miLf. 7, 1ST!).
I had been suffering several days with
chills, had a chill every morning. One
week ago I put on u Forbes Fever Pail,
and I believe it has entirely cured me, as I
have had no chill since putting it on ami
have taken no other medicine.
Wim,. I). Camekon.
, These Pads are a sure preventive as well
as a cure for malarial fever, yellow fever,
chills and fever, etc., for sale, fl 00 each
at Phconix drug store.
('KO. B. O'JfAIIA.
. Mr. Geo. 15. Ramsey will look after the
Gas Works, during my absence, and any
orders for gas or gas fitting, addressed to
him or left at the ollice of the company,
will be promptly attended to.
H. T. ClKiton.i), Stipt.
. August 0th, 187y.
Anti-Dellum PmcKH At the barber
"hop of J. Geo..Steiuhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Hank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the lata pttM.w.rli!!Ui towel, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, luid sat
i "factory woik. prices: Shaving. 10
ctnte; Hair-cut, !.-, ,:,..; shampooing,
t'i cents. Givj him a cull.
It is AsmKltTRD that the ordinary cob
metics used by ladies are, productive of
, frjeat mischeif. We believe this i w, and
better nicans of securing a beautiful com
plexion Is to use some good blood medicine
like Itosttdalis, the great Southern Remedy,
which cleanses the blood mid gives perm.
nent benuty to tlic jkin. Sold by Barclay
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Choice hams and breakfast bacon at
Pettis & Bibd.
During Mr. Gerould's absence Mr.
George Ramsey will officiate iu tho office
of Cairo City Gas Company.
Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lans
den ha been blessed with a new "well
spring of pleasure" a baby.
-Wm. B. Gilbert will bo olweut from the
city about ten days spending that inter
val of time with his family, in Chicago.
Fancy groceries of all kinds just in and
will bo sold very close. Pettis & Bihd.
A marriage will be consummated dur
ing tho present month, that will prove
quite a surprise to the young folks with
whom the is-to-be groom associates.
We make choice northern buttii a
specialty, receive it lresh from dairy twice
per week. Hotels and families supplied at
all times. Pettis & Bird.
"An Officer" is rather splenetic. He
sayi more than we would have felt author
ized in saying, and more, perhaps, than his
own cooler judgment will commend,
Thomas Hines got drunk not uproar-
ously so; but sufficiently drunk to compel
notice. He was taken before Squire Com
ings, by whom he was fined one dollar and
cost of the proceedings.
Tho City Council will hold its second
meeting of tho month, this evening. The
principal business will be the allowance of
claims against the city matters committed
at the last meeting.
Fresli roasted coffee ground and tin-
ground, ut . Pettis & Bird.
Quite a large number of the friends
and acquaintances of the late Chris. Kelly
attended his funeral and accompanied the
body to the grave. The car was filled,
every seat being occupied.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Pink suf
fered a relapse, on Sunday, that rendered
her condition exceedingly critical. Yes
terday she was very ill, but not so low as
to be considered in immediate danger.
Choice Hams and Breakfast Bacon at
Pettis & Bird's
Jackson Neely was brought before
Squire Osborn, yesterday, and fined $5 and
costs for -abusing Maria Washington.
Neely was given a stay and promised to
get out of the city with all possible expe
dition. Both parties are colored.
"Mrs. Sim Taber,to her husband, Fri
day night twins ten pound beys,"
tonus the skeleton of an item furnished to
us yesterday, and as it tells the whole
story, we give it as we received it, merely
adding, "long life to the twins."
Parties who listened to Rev. Clark
Braden's answer to Ingersoll's "Gods" and
"Mistakes of Moses," Sunday, speak of the
effort aB a most able and entertaining one,
and entirely in keeping with the reverend
gentleman's reputation as a.thiuker and de
bater. The recent barbecue nt Commercial
Point having proved a grand success, Mr.
J. II. Foster and Mr. J. II. Lewis have con
cluded to invite the people of the country
to come again, to eat and make merry. A
large crowd is certain to respond to the in
Quite a heavy fog hung over the river
and bottoms, yesterday morning, remaining
until dissipated by the rising sun. But we
didn't need this proof that nur night air is
cool and grateful. All of us were ahead of
the tog in making the discovery.
Look We have received another lot of
those fine Meyune teas, and will give a
handsome present to each lady buying a
pound. Pettis & Bihd
The construction of new steps to the
Thirteenth street school house, is a work
that has been commenced not a day too
soon. This job completed, the required at
tention should be given to the gates and
surroundings of the High School build
ing. Read the ad. of Carl Peters & Bro. this
morning. Their stock of family grocerios
is trest. and complete. They always keep
the freshest of fruits and' vegetables,
and the chickens from their henery are
just the same as though caught fresh on the
farm. Try them.
Ellen Vivian is the name of a Fifth
street character who was brought before
Squire Robinson, yesterday, to answer for
indecent behavior, Sunday evening. The
case was clearly made out ugainst her, and
Ellen was fined f" and costs. The arrest
was made by Officer Duncker.
Wall Street is where money is made
rapidly. You may realize hundreds of dol
lars by investing fiO in stock operations
through tho reliable bouse nl Alex. Froth
ingham St Co., brokers, l'J Wall Street,
New York. Their Weekly Financial r,,.
port gives full information ami is sent free.
-Constable Pink McAllister, arrested
Matt Cox, a few days ago, and U foiniii"
to Matt's ears that Pink hud no bond ,
filo with the County Clerk, lie lias institu
ted proceedings against Pink, for false im
prisonment. It is not likely to prove a
case of great public; moment.
Mr. .1. W. Strong was united in mar
riage, Saturday evening, with Miss fiura
Lcary, step-daughter of Mr. Al Dellatim,
Esquire Osborn ufileiivtintf. Congratula
tions and good wishes were showered abun
dantly upon the newly married couple,
TiikP.ui.i.ktin joining In, n little late, but
none the les sincerely on th:it account.
HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
The yellow fever barge arrived at our
wharf from Mound City, Sunday morning,
and after receiving on board the supply of
mattresses, furniture and fixtures, left
about 11 o'clock for its moorings at the
i,o,i nt No. 1. We are very sure that the
projectors ol the hospital scheme join us in
the wish that the hospital may never have a
In order to raiso money to supply
medeciues and other necessaries, Mr. Wil
liam Naughton, who for several months
lias been a consumptive, has put his line
gold watch into the hands of Mr. James
Grccney, to be disposed of by raffle as soon
as the chances aro taken. Mr. N. is a de
serving man and his friends should not for
get him. ,
Phil Saup invested two dollars and a
half in a dog, the other day; but before the
dog returned ten cents in the way of ser
vice, somebody stole him. ' As Phil already
has as much invested in the animal as he is
thought to be worth, it will be quite use
less for anybody to keep him hidden away
iu expectation of a big reward. It will not
Milton Wilson took a position on the
corner of EigtU and Washington, Sunday
night, and whistled so long, loud and
piercingly, that Officer Duncker construed
the whistle into "loud and unusual noises."
As Squire Robinson could scarcely agree
that the noise amounted to a violation of
the ordinances for tho pcrservation of pub
lic peace and quiet he ordered Milton to go
acquit. And so it happened that Milton
didn't "pay dearly for his whistle."
George Goldsmith, of Villa Ridge
was in Cairo, yesterday, with a load of ap
ples and sweet potatoes. George is thor
oughly grangerized bronz.ed and hardy.
IIo hits quite outlived tho set-back he re
ceived a year or two ago, through the de
struction of his dwelling house, by fie.
He has built another house, quite as god
as the one destroyed, and sees the way nw
to a comfortable living. He has got rh;ht
down to hard work.
About 10 o'clock Sunday nght
Isham Harris knocked at the door of his
woman's domicile, ou Twentieth street,and
demanded admission. The woman retis
iug to open the house, Isham demanded to
know what ho clothed her for, and becom
ing boisterous, officers Wims anil Tyler ar
rested him, and escorted him to the cila
boose. The respectable residentcrsof 'hat
locality complain unceasingly of the nis
conduct of certain colored people who ui
fest the rookeries on the north sidt of
Twentieth, between Poplar and Commer
cial. While the government force, at work
on the Mississippi banks on the vest side
of the city , were putting a large mattress,
in place for sinking, on Saturday evening
last, it in some way caught the
full force of the current, broke
loose from its fastenings, and floated
off down the river. We have been told that
the labor involved in the construction of
the mattress cost over two thousand dol
lars; but this is probably anjexigijcration.
It was a monster mattress, however, and its
loss cuts into our limited appropriation to
the amount of its cost, whatever thai may
John Sullivan and William W-illacc
(the latter being well known to a nunber
of our citizens) engaged in a shootirg af
fair in East St. Louis, Sunday morling,
during which Sullivan was shot through the
heart, and died in a few minutes. Wajacc
commenced the shooting without anyap
parent necessity, firing seven shots at Stjjli
van from a 4'2 calibre Bull-dog self-cocker
and a 39 Colt's revolver. Sullivan find
four shots from a Bull-dog pistol of like
caliber. The presence of her husband's
corpse at her door, yave Mrs. Sullivan flie
first intimation of the bloody tragedy. The
nflWis said tube chargeable to the iut
breaking of an old feud.
Ella Davis has a key that fits the ddor
to Ella Johnson's dwelling house, and, ns
Ella J. alleges, uses it during her abseucp.
To Mrs. D.'s account Ella J. openly charges
the abstraction of sundry articles of 1oxmi
hold goods, nnd Mrs. D., not denying,
claims that she took them to square a rent
account. Collections so peremptory, dis
pleased Ella J., and repairing to tho office
of Squire Comings, yesterday, she instituted
suit against Mrs. 1). for "abusive language."
Mrs. 1). appeared, und knowing enough law
to know that nobody could be punished
twice for the same offence, plead in bar that
she 1 1 nd already answered the complaint
lodged by Mrs. I., aud was, of course, dis
charged. The "peremptory collections,"
not be punishable under the bend of "abu
sive language," arc likely to continue.
Tho Health Inspectors, appointed some
time ago, to inspect and report upon the
condition of the city have concluded (or
nearly so) their Held labors, and me aggre
gating their reports for the use of the State
Board of Health. There has been so much
"red tape" about this inspection business
that the city might have been devastated by
the epidemic while thu authorities were
thuling out its sanitary condition. Through
its operation we shall know, about the mij.
die of August, what, if any, gem nil sani
tary measures, ought to have been enforced.
After the greatest danger lias been passed,
we will be informed of what nilht mv0
increased our security. In nosing out nox
ious places and reporting upon tlnm (if ng
stated, such reports were innde daily) the
inspection, has served a good purple, pro
vided, again, action followed the lnforinu.
lion; but for any gctierid purpose, th0 .,;,..
tiritiyn comes ton late,
TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1879.
The practice that has obtained among
country people, of stopping their teams, in
front of residences that they may feed their
horses in tho shade of tho trees, is extreme
ly annoying, and should bo Stopped. It
not unfrequcntly happens that tho horses,
detached Irom tlm wagon, aro left alone, for
hours. Becoming alarmed at some unusual
sight on tho streets, they rear and plunge
until they break their fastenings, or aro
quieted down byjpassing strangers. Tho
limbs and lives of children that may be
playing m the shade, aro
endaugcred, and all this
that tho owner of tho team may save the
five or ten cents charged at the wagon
yards, or be saved the trouble of driving
to the commons. In any event the street
and sidewalk are left covered with straw,
corn cobs and animal excrescence which
the owner of the abutting property is com
pel led to clean away. If wo have no or
dinance forbidding such a use of the streets
under our public shade trees, the council
should pass one as soon as it can be put
through the prescribed routine.
Sunday evening last, one of the Illi
nois Central employes left his house and
repaired to the round house, leaving his
wife, who was somewhat indisposed, lying
on the bed. He had been gone but a short
time until a strange negro, a great muscu
lar fellow, walked into the room where the
wife was lying, approached the looking
glass, took a survey ot himself therein, and
then turning on his heel, nppnmched the
bed. "You don't appear to be very well,"
he remarked: "Let me" but he didn't
finish the sentence. Quick as thought the
brave woman seized a bludgeon, and han
dled it so adroitly that the black intruder
was glad to make himself scarce. As he
let! the house he placed his hand upon the
door knob, and the blow that hand received
seemed to crush every bone in it. To all of
which we say "well and bravely done."
If all unprotected women could anl would
defend themselves with like spirit, tramp
ing vagabonds and others who enter other
people's homes unbidden, would, in most
instances, have a care to first find out that
"the old woman wasn't at home."
It might be enough to say of Harper's
Magazine for September, that it is up to the
Harper standard, but it has peculiar fea
tures especially deserving of particular no
tice. Among the most novel and interest
ing of these is the ghost s,tory by Howard
Pyle, with eight illustrations drawn by the
author. The story Inn something of that
charm which made Irving's tales so fasci
nating, aud the pictures are among the
very best examples of character sketches
as fine as they y.re striking. Not less strik
ing, though of a more stately order, are Mr.
Reinhart's admirable pictures illustrating
Mrs.Ciiamp.ney's ''Newport Society iu the
last Century." The article is one of unusual
interest, relating to the period when tho
French officers Rochambeuu, and others
made tins garrison town their favorite re
sort. Licv L.viicom's spirited lyric, "My
Mariner," is accompanied by on equally
spirited illustration by Fredericks. But we
needn't enumerate further. If you arctiot
a regular reader of Harper, buy the number
for September. It will give you an ex
cellent idea of what it takes to constitute
a Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
--The quarantine is effective in keeping
tramps out of Cairo, however faulty it may
be otherwise. While those points lying
within the yellow fever zone are not throng
ed with such vagabonds during hot weather,
it is true, nevertheless, that out quarantine
not only led to the expulsion of a number
from our midst, but has kept a very consid
erable number out. But what we gain in
this particular, operates in like degree to
the disadvantage of others. All of our ex
changes, and especially those that are pub
lished in the country towns north, complain
of the incrensed numbers and audacity of
itinerant vagabonds. In those States where
the Legislatures failed to enact "tramp
laws" the country people aro kept incon
stant ilread, and robberies, acts of incen
diarism, rape und murder are of everyday
occurrence. A late telegram from New
York says that in New Jersey the Pennsyl
vania road has a prison car, into which
tramps are thrown when they are caught
along the route trying to steal rides on
freight trains. They are then taken to
some town, where they are sent to a work
house nnd forced to work for the summer
for the benefit of the community upon
which they tried to prey. It is only
through extreme measures of this charac
ter that the country can rid itself of the
nuisance and terror of tntmpisin. When
there is no escape for the vagabonds when
the only alternative to working for their
own support, is to work for the public as
a convict, but few of them will choose the
ST. CHAItl.KS IIOTEI.'
L. 15. Burnett and wife, Ft. Worth, Tex
as; 11. B. Baldwin, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sam
uel O. Lewis, New Orleans; J. N. Chirk,
New Orleans; J. M. Scoville, Chicago; J.
II. Dunlnp, Gray's Iron Lino; Frank Bird,
Philu.;C. S. Roe, Springliifld; Ed. Colin,
New York; Rev. Clark Bniden, Solva, III.;
.L. Duerler, W. T. Maddock, St. Louis;
John R. Thomas and wife, Metropolis, I.;
W. Chrlstnmn, Frank L. Scott, Paditcah;
W. R- Dun'iPi Steamer Iron Sides; Helig
Mann, Hot Springs; Geo. Frank, New York ;
j). s, Muwill, Louisville, Ky.j W. S. Broii
son, SI, Louk
BEWARE OF WHISKY AND BAD W0-
THE MURDERER ( LASS CIIAUOES II 18 FATE
TO STRONO DRINK AND DAD WOMEN.
Charley Glass, calling J. B. Alexander,
who is in the cell with him, under a chargo
of horse stealing, to act as his amanuensis,
writes the following letter to his son :
Cairo, 111., Aug. 0, 1379.
My Dear Son Charley:
It is indeed heartrending to me to reveal
to you the sad news which this letter con
tains. My dear son, it Is this: Your poor,
dear father has been sentenced to be hung
on the ICth day of September next, for
committing murder. Now, my dear son,
nil that I can do at this critical time, is to
advise you to steer afar from the wicked
paths of this life, which your poor father
has for so long a time traveled to bis sor
row, nnd which has brought him to suffer
the dreadful penalty of the law, which is
drawing so near. Above all things, my
dear boy, never allow yourself to get in the
habit of keeping the company of bad wo
men anddriiiking whisky. Of all evils
these are by fur the greatest,
and will sooner or later tiring any man to
ruin who follows them. Your Aunt Becky
tow mc time ana again taut bad women
would cause my life to be taken. But lit
tie did I think that sue was speaking the
fata! fcord. Tell your Aunt Becky that I
urn trying to prepare to meet my God, nnd
I do sincerely hope and trust that by the
earnest prayers of myself, my friends and
above all, the grace of our Almighty God,
through Jesus Christ, our redeemer, I may
Now, my dear son, I do hope that this
may be sufficient warning for you never to
live the lite your poor father has, but live a
Christian life, and try to make a good and
useful man of yourself. Tell your Aunt
Becky I would be gld if she would bring
you over to see me before the day of txecu
tion. I would be glad to see any of
my friends. I hcrewithin bid all my friends.
white or black, a final uJicu, and implore
them never to do as I Imvo done. May God
... it it . i ii.
ever Die.ss anu oe wun you an, is tiie earn
est prayer of Your Devoted Father,
P. S. Please hand this to Mr. Ike Smith
and ask him to read it at church in the
presence of my friends. Yont Father.
HE DENIES IT.
Cairo, III., Aug. 10th, 179.
in your issue oi tins morning you say
"There is a very perceptible waning of in
terest in the temperance reform movement.'
Now Mr. Editor, we know the deep debt of
gratitude that the reform club is under to
you, personally and The Bci.lf.tin gener
ally, for favors extended from time to time,
or we would be inclined to think you were
not yourself interested in checking the
"perceptible waning." The cause of tern
perance is not waning in Cairo, or else
where. Two years ago when the wave spread
over the West, many persons in Cairo at
tached themselves to the cause because tfiey
saw money in it, others- saw votes in it;
some saw bread and meat without labor
in it, and not a few saw
restoration irom a miserably debauched
life to one of comfort and happiness; those
tasi mcntionen, wun lew exceptions, are
quietly pushing forward the work, while
the others, disappointed in their gains, are
busy in trying to break up the organiza
tion. The Cairo Temperance Reform
Club is a permanent fixture of Cairo, for
good; its influence may rise and fall, men
may assert in election excitcmnuts "that
they will never again attempt to carry the
dead load of of the Reform Club," and all
this and that, but the cause will move on
Financially, and we know what we are
talking about, the Cairo Temperance Re
form Club is in as good a condition a.s any
society in the city.
The meeting on last Friday night was a
large one, larger than Usual, and a great
deal of business pertaining to the perman
ency of the club was transacted, and a bal
ance reported in the treasury, after all de
mands had been paid. As Oi-fk f.it.
AT THE PLANTERS' HolsK.
W. L. Baldwin, Charleston, Mo.: New
ton Blagg, Curmi; C. C. Wright, I ronton,
O.; John Rusay. Charleston, Mo.; R. Mc
Murray, St. Louis; W. S. Edsnn, same; J.
M. Leonard, Paducali : E. F. Byng nnd
wife, same; Mrs. M. J. Lawrance, Tipton
ville, Tenn.; A. E. Kranee, Evansville, Ind.;
Clark Bradeii, Oolcomlaj Thos. Smith,
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
m " " " Note Heads.
Linen Letter Heads.
Linen Note Heads.
Tho 1 1 est quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5Ja pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
11 and lfl pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extrn.
Ruling nnd Binding, nil kinds at The
One Box ostSix Bottles. If you are
suffering from a combination of liver or
kidney diseases, nnd constipation, do not
fail to uso the celebrated Kidney-Wort.
It is a dry compound as easily prepared ns
a cup of coffee, and in one package i as
much mediciiui ns can be bought In nix
dollar bottles of other kinds.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS in thU column, of
live llnei each or leu will bo piibluhnd foritt
couu tvnry lusortlou; 11.00 per month, t.ach ad-
A cold collar button. Tho Under will be rewardud
on leaving it at tho St. Charlea Hotel.
HEADQUARTERS FOU FINE ARCHERY CiOODS
Bow. Arrow, Tarieta, Shooting Gloves, etc., at.
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial avenue, cor
ner Twelfth atrcut.
Notice Ii hereby (riven to tho widow and heir of
AlesaudurC. lIiiilKe. deceaned, and all other whom
it may concern, that the uuderiiKued w ill flie 1
flntl report a Hdiiiliitxtrutor of lUe cHtatu of caul
Alexander O. Ilodire. deceaKed. at the Augut term.
IST'J of the county court of Alexander couuty. Hi'
ihiIh. to be hidden nt Cairo, in ald county, on th''
third Monday of Auiiimt 1H7M. and will-then nnd
there make dual f ttlement aud ak for a cliwhiuy
nf Hiit-li lolniiulHtriitor. JOHN DODOES.
lulyHO.lS,!), Adnirnii-tralnr. el
Public notice Ik hereby clven to Herman Ley
tlmtoiithe l'.nh day of July, A. I). J.sV.i, Henry
WuiHii ued out of the circuit court ol Alexander
county, IllinnlH. a writ of attachment uuuiii!". the
entute of the fiild Herman Levy, for S-'i'JT .la), return
able on the third Monday of September, H70. to a
term of eald court tlieu to beholden luUie city of
Cairo, In nala county and atate, w hich v. rit otat
taclmieiit hu been levied upon lot ill, blin k '.t, In
aid city of Cairo. Now. iiiiU kk thu ald iJcrimin
Levy n ha 1 1 appear, clve 1ml) and plead with- I '
tune umiiea lor Iuk appenmtice iu cucii cae.'
uient will be entered and the -luto no ate
will be sold. JOHN A. KEEV
Cairo. 111.. A linnet 4th. 171.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCKKY.
StathopIi.usois. I Circuit court of j
Cot'NTV op Al.IXAMJKi'.. (der county. Set
term. A. D. lT.t.
J. M. Phillip, v Caroline E. MorrK executrix
Caroline is. Morn. Caroline W. Morris, Pr'
Ick . Morrlf. ( harles K. Morrin, Margaret1
ne.--vu inn lor r oreciot lire.
Anlrinv t f if On. nt.li.n.ktiti.nrn f I'.... II,... 1
MorrU, Executrix. Caroline E. Morn. Caroline W h
.Mnrrl. rreilericW S. Jlorri. ( harlet E. Morri and
.Maruanl Morrl. the defendant above uauied.
havluijbeen tiled in theolllce of the clerk of mUi
circuit court of Alexnndercouiity. notice I herebv
Klvenlo the uld uon recldent defendant, that the
complainant ha tiled hi bill of complaint In paid
court ou the Chancery ide thereof ou the 'Jlct day
of July. A.I) 1",S. 'Now. therefore, imler you
the raid Caroline E. Morrl. Exi-cntrlx, t' are! I tie E
Morrl. Caniliue W. Morrla. Frederick S. Morn.
Charle E. Morrl, and . Margaret Morria ha'.l per
onally be and appear belore the uld circuit court
of Alexander county on the drrl day of the next
term thereof, to be holdeB in the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, in taid county, ou the 1Mb day of Sep
tenriier. A. D. lsTft, and (dead. anwer or di-mur to
the i-ald complainant! bill of rnmpialnt. the sine.
aud the mutter and thiHif therein charged and
rated, will be taken a roiifevned. and a decree en
ten d au'uinst you aecordlnir t the nravernl Mbl
bill. JOHN A. IlEEVE, Clerk
It S. Yocnm. Complainant' Solicitor.
State ok Ti.mnoi. , ('limit court of Aleiander
Coixtv or Alkxai.0101. j county. K-pu-ml.er frm.
A. I). IsTy.
William Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker. William Ion bill kr partition.
Linker. Dva F. Parker, .lode ,
Parker. Robert 11 I'unniu ;. i
bam, Li..te It Huhc ' J
Affidavitof the non residence of Ellzabeth'I.lr ker,
William Linker. Dy F Park'-r. of the the defend
ant ab oe named, bavlus been filed Iu the ortice of
the clerk of aid circull court of Alexniider county,
notice I hereby uivt-a to the ald non reldetit de
femlant. that the complalnaui ha tiled In bill of
complaint In ald court on the chancery unle thereof
on the lfiih day ol July. A. 1). K. Now, th-refori'.
utile vim. tile ld Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dra r. I'arker shad pvrnoimlly be and a
pear before the ald circuit court of Alexander
count v ou the lirM day of the next term thereof, to
lie boiden at the court houe in thu city ol C airo,
in ald county, on the l.MIi day of September. A. D
17!'. and plead, auwer or demur to the ald com
plainant bill of complaint, the ame and the mat
ter aud thlni; therein charsred and tatel. will In
taken a coiifeBneil, and a decree enticed njalnn'.
you according to the prayer of aid bill
JOHN A REEVE. Cl.rk
Giifr A GiuiKHT. Complainant solicitor.
July 17th, ls;.
WHEREAS, William W. Thornton and Martha
M Thorniou, by their certain Troat Died anted
May the sitb. A. D. ls;7and recorded in the Record
ersoftlce in Alexander C ounty, in Book "V." Pa?e
4SI, i and $ did convey tot lie uudcMirued a Trutie
the premle hereinafter den rlhed to aecure In
payment of seven proml.iry note for the iiim of
ouc thoiiPind UuiO dollar each and payable re
pectlvely in four ( 0 live (5) lx l';cven i)eli!ht
(si nine c.i) and teu iluj year from date, with inter
ei-t at the rate of ten per cent per annum. paviSb
u ml-annually from date and wbcrea five (5i of aid
note are uow due and unpaid with lutereft on
ame from the Titti yf May A . I) ls7l to thi date
And where the lepal holder of ald note hn
called upon the nndernlirned to ell the premte
hereinalter described to mtisfy naid note aud luter
Now therefore in ,uruaiice of the term of
mid Deed of TruM the underli;ued will,
ON THURSDAY THEtTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER
A. I). !S7!.
between the hour of ten (10) o'clock A.M.. amir,
o'clock P. M. of aidd:iy, on the premle herein
after dencribed In the city of t aim, 111., proeeci!
to eell at public vendue to the hlt;het bidder for
cah. the followlni; denrlbed Heal Entate, to-wit:
Lot number nine C.oten ( III) eleven ill I lelveei
and thirteen in block number l.xteeii iuj iu
the flint addition to the city of Cairo. Iliinol. a
nlatted bv the Trimtee of Cairn l liv I'ronertv
'limited iu the County of Alexander, flllnol. aiid
all the rl'.'ht und cquitv of redemption of the aid
imam vt , i norntou ami .Marina ,i . I nornton ill
wife, their helm, executor, administrator, and a-
ll!ti therein, to atiiify ald trnt and all col and
expenses of executing theame
H T. .MARSHALL, Tril!cc.
.Sprinirfli Id, lil.. Julv 1Mb. ls'.u.
'SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LlFE "
IMPERIAL ftp. A NUM.!
The (Iri'iit Medicinal Food.
The Snlvutor For Invalid nnd thu Aged An In!
comparable Aliment lortliedrowlh anil Protec
tion of Infanta and Children, A superior
Nutritive in Continued Fever, and a
Kcllnhlu Kcliifdlal Aiirnt In nil Dlneasea of tin'
Stomach und Intcntlnc.
THIS Justly celebrated Din'KTio PuRl'AltATtoM I.
In coniDo-lllon. tirliirlnullv the Gm tkn derive,
from thu WiiiTit Wintkk Flint Wiikat Ckiikai., a
olitl extract, the luveiitlmi of an eminent Chemist.
It lui not only been hlelilv recoininended. but cer
tilled to by a laru'e number of chemist and 1'hvnl
cliin reiircsenllni: a very IiIl'Ii deirreu of ined'lcal
clcnee a the Safe!. Most Acceptable nnd H.ilidl
blu Food for Ihedrow Hi nnd Protection of Inlatits
mill Children, and for Mother linking Sullloletit
Nourishment fur their oUsprliiir,
I'uliku those pri'iiiiiiitioii made from iitilmul or
Vilnius mutter, which am liable to stimulate the
brain ntid Irritate the dluetlvu orpins, It I'tubracis
iu It elementary composition
That which make strouir Holiciltul Muscle. That
which make irnod Flesh and lllood. That which I
easyof DlireHtloii..iH'ver rontliiitlni. Thai which I
kind and friendly to the Brain, mid Mint which acti
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorder Inciden
tal to Childhood,
Ami. while it would he difficult to conc eive or any
IhlUK.in Food or Desert more creamy nnd dulu lun'-,
up ninm i,i,i,plliliuf and HtrellL'llleiiliiu a nn nil.
nynl in Fever, Pulmonary Complaint, Dytcnlu
and (lenernl Debility, It Kaiim .Mkiucinai. Kxcki.
i.knck lii all ntktinai. Dima-k, especially iu
Hyscnterv, Clirotile Miirrlirea anil Cholera Infim-
Ha been lucoiileslnbly Proven.
Hold Wholesale nnd
rillNCTPAL CITIES of tun UNITED STATES,
JOHN CABLE Jfc HONS. NEW YOItK,