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H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICII: KiRbtti and Washington 'Avenue
RB8lDKNCB:-Corner Nineteenth mi Wub
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon
omra 140 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth Kt. and Wahtnrton avenue, Cairo,
R. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Oppirc No. ISH Commojcial Avenue, between
KtKhlh and Ninth Street
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
.Votary Public and Conveyancer.
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tual Aid Society
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The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unlets
tlio same nre endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want ti neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
liair cut for 25 rents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
N FA Eli FAILS.
Cairo, lux, aiig. 7, lST'.i.
I had been suffering several days with
chills, had a chill every mowing. Ohc
week ago I put on a Forbes Fever Pad,
and I believe it has entirely cured me, as I
liuve had no chill since putting it on and
iiuve taken no other medicine.
Will. 1. Cameron.
These Pads are a sure preventive ns well
us a cure for malarial fever, yellow fever,
chills and fever, etc, for sale, $1 00 each
at Pheonix drug store.
(!ko. K. O'Haka.
Mr. Geo. 15. Ramsey will look after the
Giut Works, during my absence, and any
orders for gas or gas fitting, addressed to
him or left at the office of the company,
Mill be promptly attended to.
H. T. (lElton.D, Supt.
August 0th, 1871.
Anti-Bi.lhm Prices At the barber
ahop of J. Geo. Stcitihotise, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Rank. Customers
will ti ii 1 a r.leun, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the .Into papers. clean towels, keen razors,
accoinnioilutiiig, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory wotk. l'riecs: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, as cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Givi him a call.
It in ASSEftTEn that the ordinary cos.
luetics used by ladies are productive of
great mischeif. We believe this is so, und
better means of securing h henutiful com
nlelion is to use some good blood medicine
like Rosadalis, tho great Southern Remedy,
which cleanse the blood and jrivct permit
nent beauty to the skin. Sold by Barclay
(iENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tho railroad quarantine station, around
the I. C. curve, is called "Rock Station."
Capt. Orsamns Oreenicy was in Cairo
yesterday, cn a flying business mission.
Phil Saun wants his do back. Will
pay liberally for information. Seo notice.
Jailer Cain had his chain gang out,
yesterday, doing sorvico on Commercial
Postmaster George Hertz, of Mound
City, was circulating among our people
Quite a number ot Cairo people attend-
cd the Mound City Ferry Benefit ball, given
m Stake's hall, last night.
-When the special sanitarians complete
their reports, upon which they are now en
gaged, their services will be dispensed with.
Mrs. P. II. Popc.of Chicago, arrived in
this city by Illinois Central, yesterday after
noon, fctlie was summoned ncre, we are
told, on account of the sickness of her sister,
Mrs. Cambridge Taylor.
"A faithful assistant." This is what
the nurses term Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. It
is the best assistant as it will prevent a
"crying-spell" of the baby.
The special election for County Judge
in Pulaski county, to'fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the death of Judge Brown, was
an cyeedingly tame affair. Judge Smith
was elected without opposition.
The Thistlewood warehouse, above the
City Mills, is being converted into an eleva
tor by Mr. Galigher, for the handling and
Storage oi his wheat. J Mr. A. Fraser is do
ing the sheet-iron and tin work.
Among the names recently added to the
pledge at the Reform club rooms, are the
following: John B. Moouey, D. Dowd, E.
L. Fleming, J. C. Hutchinson, Fexlix King,
John Ainsworth and N. G.Maxwell.
If you intend to travel either for pleas
ure or profit be certain to protect yourself
against ,the changes of diet and water, by
having with you i)r. Bulls Baltimore pills
and using them ia time to prevent the dis
orders usually resulting from such changes.
.Joseph Watson, of Graves couty, Ken
tucky, passed through the city, yesterday,
cn route for Jonesboro. He had a pateht
churn and bee hive, which were very in
genious devices. He proposes to exhibit
them at the different fairs.
-Harry Walker has had printed, rules
governing the employes of the Theatre
Comiqtic, that shows a determination on
his part to keep his rstablisnmcnt up to a
very high standard. His present troupe is
said to be the best of tho kind ever brought
One of the brightest, freshest and mo.-t
fragrant bouquets we have seen this season,
nas unit winch was presented to us yester
day, by Mrs. Samuel Waters, who gathered
it from the carefully cultivated grounds I
about her homelike home. It was an ab
solute marvel in point of fragrance.
Thompson Dean, the animal that was
beaten by Harlem, in this city, on the 4th
of July, took the purse for the mile dash at
the Metropolis races, last week. As Thomp
son was the hindmost horse in Cairo
and the winner of the Massac purse, it is
fair to assume that the Cairo races brought
out the fastest animals in the country.
About one o'clock yesterday morning,
Charles Schmidt, a Norwegian, about
twenty-three years of age, and a laborer,
fell from a barge in tow of the tug Cache,
while lying at wharf-boat No, 2 and drowned.
Mr. Schmidt is said to have been n man of
very fair education. Although he had
been in the city some time, lie had but
veay few intimate acquaintances.
One of the health guards informed us
yesterday that not more than one in twenty
live of the incoming passengers on our rail
roads have the required health certificates,
that net a few of those who are questioned,
throw themselves back on their dignity, be
come insulted, and deny the right of any
corporation to put any such restrictions or
conditions on travelers. . But the question
ing goes on all the same.
At no time, within the past two years,
have our police courts been so steadly
thronged with unwilling and willing visi
tors. There seems to be an epidemic ot
ill humor, cspecialy among the colored
people. There have been no serios disturb
ances during the week past, but quarrels
and fights have been ol'daily, almost hourly
(K'curretice. Since whisky is not to blame,
the cause is problematical.
One of our citizens who lives on the
outskirts, is a regular patron of the melon
market. On bis way home, of an evening
he buys a melon. The melon is placed in
tho delivery wagon, the citizen takes a seat
by the driver, and both melon unit citizen
are put down at their point of destination,
free of charge.' Of course the tide home
cuts no figure in the transaction. The citi
zen has simply contracted the habit of eat
ing n melon every evening, and he can't
break himself of it.
Jimmy Stockton, for several years the
publisher of tho Grand Tower Item, passed
through Cairo, yesterday, en route for Hot
Springs, where be goes in the hope of find
iug a euro for the attack rheumatism from
which ho has been u long, but most patient
sufferer. His mother died of a like ailment,
Buffering indescriable pain for many yours.
Wo hope, and have rensen for hoping tout
Jimmy will return a sound man. Other
wiso bis case will be nniong tho flint that
the waters failed to master.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNINtf, AUGUST 13.. 1879.
While Mr. J. W. Ogilvio was out among
tho sovreigns ot tho Kentucky district just
across tho river, asking them to send hi.n
to the State Senate, a thief or thieves en
tered his tobacco bum, and robiicd. it of
several thousand pounds of lino stripped
tobacco. This, added to the fact that our
old friend Reeves, of Ballard, boat him in
tho race for Senatorial honors, may ho
taken by Mr. O. as n hint that" political
office-seeking Isn't half as safo a business
It bciner held that tho cheapest way to
dispose of the vagraut Grammer would
provo tho best way, lie was given a "good
clmucc" to make lu's nbsenco conspicuous,
and ho availed himself of it with a prompt
ness and energy that was quite surprising.
He could scarcely have made Letter time
ont of the city, had the officers been in full
chase after him.
P. S. Four hours later ho was found ia
the city again. Officer Wims captured and
The Charleston Courier-Gazette has
been informed that "the fare between Cairo
and Paducah having been reduced to 13
cents, meals included, the daily average
trip out from Cairo, is five hundred pas
sengers. Citizens make the trip because it
is cheaper to travel than to stay at home.''
While it is true that both passage and feed
on tho packets have been held at a lower
price than the cost of meals at our hotels,
but few if any of our citizens have econo
mized in that way. The C.-G. has been
For greater comfort Mr. Laughlin, who
lives on Twentv-tirst street, slept in his
open doorway, Monday night. During the
small hours of yesterday morning he heard
light footsteps approaching, and peering
cautiously out, discovered a stranger
annroachinir in his stockinir feet. Mr. L.
mak'uisr a noise, the stranger ran
around tho other side of the block, where
he stonned and put on his shoes. What
docs this mean? As we heard of the com
mission of no burglary or other crime in the
neighborhood, it is not improbable that the
designs of the unshodden stranger were
frustrated by Mr. Laughlin's wakefulness.
Collector Hodges has completed the
tax sale ot all the delinquent lots in the city
of Cairo, including all the additions. He
was fortunate in securing purchasers for
quite all of his eligible offerings, thereby
calling in much of the old county strip, that
could be used in no other way. The Col
lector is now selling the delinquent lands,
offering wood-land and field at from ten to
thirty cents an ncre, which, in any con
ceivable emergency will prove good invest
ments. The sales, as formerly, commence
at li o'clock.
The suit instituted by Cox auaint
Constable Pink McAllister, for false im
prisonment, came on for hearing before
Squire Comings, yesterday. McAllister
confessed that he was not ignorant of the
fact that he had no bond on tile when he
arrested Cox; but insisted that his neglect
to file one was not because of any purpose
to evade or defy the provisions of the law.
Continued sickness in his family required
almost his constant attention, leaving him
little time for anything else. The defence
wasably conducted by lawyer Cunningham.
The defendant was held to bail in the sum
A writ over the sign-manual of Squire
Osborn issued, yesterday, tells how one Ellen
Smith, colored, appeared before the Squire
and on her oath 'complained that John
Smith, her husband1 did, at the city of
Cairo, county anil state, etc., on the 11th
lay of August, Inst., commit n breach of
ordinance 5 Hoction 12, by,-issaulting, stri-
;, and cruelly beating her, the said
Ellen, at etc., as aforesaid. Wherefore
she prayed that a warrant be issued against
the said John Smith that he be compelled
to appear and answer, etc. And John
Smith, if found in this baihvick, will be
held to answer the complaint of his spirited
spouse, during the day.
The fourth annual exhibition of the
Centralia lair association will commence
Sept. !10th and continue four days. Located
in the center of a famous Btock-raisintr,
fruit-growing and agricultural country
well settled by intelligent, enterprising
people the coming fair is expected to re
flect great credit, not only upon Centralia,
but Southern Illinois. Tho success of
former 'exhibitions warrant this expectation,
md there is no good reason why the fair
may not "surprise the native." We ac
knowledge the receipt of a complimentary
invitation, and shall indulge the hope, at
least, that wo shall be able to be there to
The city of St. Louis is evidently "n
the make." When Mr. V.,o' this nt', ap
plied at tho St. Louis office of the Short
Line for a ticket to Cairo, h(. Wns informed
that an essential pre-requisite was a certi
ficate from the health officer next door, that
he had not been within nn infected dis
trict, etc., for several days. This certificate
Mr. W. obtained, nnd was compelled to
pay a half dollar for it. -Mr. W. paid tho
amount unhesitatingly, and makes no com
plaint now. We mention the matter be
cause we consider tho charge exorbitant
a species of skinuingto which the traveling
public should not be subjected. An ordi
narily rapid pensinan could fin 0ut 200
such certificates lu ten hours. Tho prico
the public, would pay for that tcu hours'
service 'of n single man, h floo ! We need
not tell the reader that this h simply out
To yoll at an officer, who has a prison
er in charge, to "turn that maa loosol"
"take him homo," docs not, In contempla
tion of law, constituto an interference with
an officer in tho discharge of his duty. It
has been so decided, and, doubtless, cor
rectly decided. But while exclamations ot
this kind are not an "interference," they
might excito drunken or over-sympathetic
persons to such an extrcmo, and should be
punished under somo other hca,d. An of
ficer gives bond, is responsible for his wrong
doing, and is supposed to have senso
enough to know what ho is about. Hence,
all yells trom bystanders, whether sug
gestive or dictatorial, are gratuitous, and
shouldn't bo tolerated.
Yesterday eveninga strangerentered the
Reform club hall, and cvpresscda desiro
to sign the pledge. Writing down his
name and taking the ribbon ho said that
not long ago he was a Baptist minister in
good standing. IIu fell a victim to strong
Iriuk, nnd, step by step, which he did not
choose then and than to follow, lie got as
low down in point .if moral degradation as
any mortal could descend. From the place
of a respectable man ho was brought to the
level of tho beast, coming to his senses and
to an appreciation of his utter unworthiness
in n cell of the Cairo calaboose, from which
he had just been released. Heexpressedatirm
determination to reform and become a man
again; nnd will, on Friday evening next in
the rooms of the Reform club, tell the peo
ple of Cairo, what whisky did for him.
His name is N. G. Maxwell.
It having been complained of Joe
Brown that he larrupped a female inmate
of his mother's house, he skipped out of the
city to avoid the penalty of his misdeeds.
Yesterday officer Schuckers being in the
upper portion of the city, he saw Joe com
ing down the street. Stepping behind a
tree box the officer awaited Joe's arrival,
and much to his amazement, who saw
nolsnly in sight, stepped so suddenly in
front of him as almost to bring about a col
lision. Joseph was escorted to the office of
Squire Robinson, where, upon the former
occasion, all the witnesses had been col
lected. But as it was impossible to get
them all together, without subjecting the
court to a term of tedious waiting, it was
decided to hold Joseph until a more con
venient season, and Joseph was accordingly
Frederick Abbott haviug worked with
the section men of the Illinois Central, at
the work of replacing old ties with new
ones, was promised the old ones discarded.
He had thus secured a claim upon quite a
number of the half rotten ties, when, much
to ins surprise and inuigiiation, a negro
man drove up, and commenced loading up
his wagon with them. He remonstrated,
and finally caught hold of a tie the negro
was in the art of lifting; but soon had oc
casion to let it go again; for the negro flew
into him like nn enraged tiger. Shradrnck
Abljott, the old man's bov, seeint: his
father's peril, rushed to his rescue. The
negro at once relinquished his hold of the
I old man, and pouncing upon the boy.
handled him quite roughly. He then com
pleted his load, and drove off. The old
man sought the squire's office that he might
invoke the protection of the law. If the
facts transpired ns reported to us, and given
above, the negro should not be permitted
to escape punishment.
Col. Robert A. Lowery, the well known
temperance orator anil organizer, is work
ing out results big witli consequences
wherever he goes. He labored at New
Ilurnside trom the 4th to tho 10th instant,
and on the evening of the last named day
he organized a club of one hundred and
seventy-lour memoers. llis appearance
there was most auspicious, as on the 10th
instant tne question ot license ami no
license was submitted to a vote of the peo
pie. But for Lowery's work there would
have been no organized opposition to
"license," and that side of the question
would have carried the dnv. But Lowerv's
174 came to the scratch, and the anti
license party was victorious, and no saloons,
for n year at least, will be the rule in New
Ilurnside. MKe many otner places in
Southern Illinois that were not reached by
the "temperance wave" that ciiine rolling
thitherward two years ago, New Burnside
was much in need of just such a "shaking
up" as Col. Lowery gave it.
Treasurer Alden having left the key of
his office in the court house, at home, yes.
terdny morning, attempted nn entrance by
way of the outside window. To reach the
window it is necessary to walk along tho
narrow water table, probably ten feet above
the ground. In making this ralher peril
ous passage, Mr. Ahlen's linger hold upon
the pilasters slipped and he was precipi
tated to the ground. Although he landed
on his feet, the ground was so Imrd that the
fall shook him up severely, seriously
wrenching the Bmull of his buck. It is al
together likely that his juries will keep
him confined to his house forseveral days.
It has been n habit with most of the county
officers, to obviate the necessity of a trip
after the forgotten key, by reaching the
windows after the manner attempted by
Treasurer Alden, nnd until the present mis
hap it never occurred to anybody that it
was particularly dangerous; but it certainly
was never safo to tho most adroit of climb
ers. Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills always cure
Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, etc., and cost
only 25 cunts.
Why Buffer such distress from Piles and
Constipation? Kidney-Wort will cure you
Wo acknowledge the receipt of a com
plimentary ticket to tho twenty-fourth an
nual fair of the Union County Agricultural
Association, to bo held in Jonesboro on the
0th-12th of September. Year by year these
fairs have improved until of late they take
rank with any held outside of tho large
cities and more populcus counties of the
north. They attract visitors and exhibitors
trom all parts of Southern Illinois and the
.neighboring portuns of Missouri and Ken
tucky, and as Alexander and Pulaski coun
ties aro without. fair associations, the resi
dents of theso counties should avail them
selves of the opportunities afforded by our
Union county neighbors, to exhibit their
aclieivements in the mechanic or fine arts,
or in the pursuits of agriculture or stock
raising. Many of the farmers and fruit
growers of Pulaski' county have already
done so, nnd there is no reason why many
more, with scores of our own people, may
not be present this year, with profit to
themselves, if not to the advantage of our
COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT.
At the meeting of the City Council last
night the Mayor and Alderman Hallidny,
Ilowley, Kynastou, Linegar, O 'Callahan,
Paticr and Pettit answered roll call.
The liquor bonds of L. C. Herbert and J.
Roneker were referred back for further se
curity. Mrs. O'Callahnn's bond was refer
red back tor the correction of irregularities
in the signatures. Additional security was
required on the bond of Warren Wims,
police constable. All other bonds presented
The City Marshal reported the collebtion,
up to August 5th, of '.'7 dog tax. Com
missions and expenditures, $105.42. Paid
into the treasury $123, which was nn over
paymcu of $12.40.
The several claims against the city, were
allowed, as recommended by the Commit
tee on Claims.
Milton Jenkins' hill for $53 for building
cinder sidewalk on Ninth street, under the
erroneous iiupression that he had a contract
therefor, was allowed.
The bill cf Squire Comings for 50 per
cent, of the lines collected by him, in lieu
of fees, was allowed. Alderman Linegar
ex oressed the belief that on. of the city
justices should be designated as the officer
before whom ordinance-breakers should
hereafter be tried : but no motion was sub
An ordinance regulating the fiscal and
municipal year was read a second time and
The finance committee reported the re
ceipt from the city treasurer of $0,0l3.51 in
cancelled orders and coupons, nnd that
they had destroyed the same l y burning.
$3,9i;7 of the orders had been issued In pay
ment of the Western Bridge company's
claim for building Cache bridge.
A report from the finance committee
embodying recommendations of
amounts wherewith to fill the
blanks of the appropriation bill
for the past fiscal year, was read, nnd the
Ordinance Committee directed to fill the
blanks with the sums recommended. The
same report embodied a recommendation
that the $1,000 in the railroad strip fund
be used in the improvement of the strip,
under the direction of the Council. Rec
ommendation concurred in, nnd Ordinnce
Committee directed to embody it in ordin
ance. After the transaction of other business of
no special consequence to the public, the
THE MOST ENTERPRISING PAPER.
The following communication, received
only yesterday, nerds no explanatory intro
duction: Tiir.iiKs. III., Aug. Cth, lS.tt.
.Mccsru. Harrell ami Hunietl, Cairo, Illinois:
Gentlemen. As per request of the
Awarding Committee of our recent festival
we present you this silver cake, the. same
having been awarded to The Cairo Bul
letin as the most enterprising newspaper
in Alexander county. Accept it as a token
of the high appreciation in which The
Cairo Bulletin is held in this community,
Hoping that you will ever bear in mind
this motto: ''Enterprise, the grand essen
tial to individual as well as national pros
perity," we are, Very Truly Yours,
J. A. M.Ginus ami Wife.
Remarks. We value the compliment
implied in the award because it comes from
a people distinguished for their intelligence,
hospitality and high social qualities; and
certainly we value it none the less because
a majority of those who bestow it entertain
political convictions not in harmony with
those of The Bclletin. The cake large,
elegant and delicious.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5' " " " Note heads.
5 " " Linen Letter Heads.
24' " Linen Note Heads.
The rest quality of paper at prices of
tin; cheapest grade.
5'' pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 nnd HI pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tun
Bei.inqient members of the Hibernian
Fire Company No. 4., You nre requested
to pay up your dues mid fines by Thursday,
the 14th instant, ns that is the last day of
grace, n iut paid lv Thursday delin
quent members will be nssesscd by tho
Street Supervisor, tho usual poll tax.
By order of the company.
Andy Sullivan, Scc'y.
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ou leaving It at the Bt. CUarlea Hotel-
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DMINI ST li ATO ICS N OTIC E .
Notice lit licn-liv pk-.-n to lln tiiibiu- xi l In. In nf
Alexundi-rC. Hoif.rn, deceased, and alUither whom
It may concern, that thu undi-rnntied will il!e Ih
flual report a uimlnltrator of the estate of ca d
Alexander C. Uoclgtu. il-cee(l, at the Atiirut term.
1S71I of the county court of Alexander county. IIU
riuln. to be holdeti at Cairo. In i-uld county, nn the
third Monday of Auu'Ut 1ST'., and will 'then and
there make HiiM nettlement und ak for a ciU liar't
a Pilch administrator. JOHN IMilM.KS,
July). K'j. A(ltn!iiUtrat..r. etc.
Puhl'r notice in hereby lriveu to Herman Lew
that on the l!Mh day ofJulv, A D. !:'.. Hei.tV
Wei Mied out of ilie circuit court ot Alexai.d r
county. lilluoli'. a writ of attachment ni-Hiiiit tin
etate of the mild Herman Levy, for S.'iiT mi. return
able on the third Monday of September. 1ST1.'. i
Wm of (-aid court then tii be ho'd-ii in the ci:i of
Cairo. Iti na county nnd aute. which w rit otet
tachmeu ha been levied Upon lot 21. block 27. Ill
cald city of Cairo. Now. tinleio this paid llern.au
Leyy hall appear. L'lve ball and plead within Or
time limited lor LUappcaruw e in piicu case. Jul
nn-tit will be entered and the e-tate m nt'aile-il
will he mid JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo, 111.. Auru-t 1th. )sru. Circuit Clerk.
JJt'BUCATlON NOTICE -(.HAN CERY.
State or Illinois. i Circuit court of Ah x.m
Coi stvoi Aluxasih n, der rouuty, Septeti ln.r
term. A D Id.
J- M. Phillip., vp ( aniline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline E Morn. Caroline W Morrl-. Fred, r-
Ick h. Morrie. ( liarle. E. Morris, Margaret Mor-
ris On bill for Forecloture.
Affidavit of the tion-reldeiuf of Curoline E
Morn. Executrix. Caroline E Morrtn. ( nrolme
Morrip, Frederick s Morrin. Cham-p E. Morrip and
Margaret Morrip. the defeiidai.tp aovo mmed.
huviio; been Hied In the office of the clerk of paid
circuit court of Alexander county, notice i herein
Kiven to the paid nou repideut defeiidantp. that Hi
complainant ha. tiled hip hill ofcomplniiit lu p '1
court ou the (hnncery plde thereof ou the 2lPt OV.
of July. A D ls. Now. therefore, r.nlep- yn:.
the paid Caroline E. Morris. Executrix, Caroline K.
Morri. Caroline W. Morrip. Ircderlclc S. Morrip.
Charlep E Morri. and Marfan t MurrU pl.nli per
aonaily be and appear tufore the mid circuit coi.rt
of Alexander coui.tv on the Crpt day o the m -it
term thereof, to be Loldi o In the court houpe In t v
city of Cairo. In aid couutr. ou the 15th day of N -p-teml)er.
A. I). ls;. grid plead, ai.-wer or demur to
the priid complainant'! bill of complaint, the pain.-,
ami t ie mati.-r und thlna therein charged an I
plated, will be taken tit unfei-ed. atid a decree in
tcred aipiitiPt you according t the pnvcrof paid
bill. JulIN A. REEVE. Clerk
li. S Yocum. Coniplaii.ant'p Soinltor.
July I'M, is:..
pl'BLICATlON NOTICE -CHANCER Y.
State ok Ii.i.inoip. i Circuit court of Alexander
CufSTi I'P .UtXASUElt. i count-.. September term.
Vir.inJu Tweed Parker ;
Elizabeth Linker. William i or. bill f, r pariiii.-n.
Llnk.-r. Diap F. Purker. Jode ,'
Pnrk. r. llobert II Ciiunini;
haru. Lizzie R. IIuhe I
Affl.lavitof the lion n -blence of E'.izaVth'l.iukrr.
William Linker. Dya F Parker, of the the defend
ant above usmed. havlin; been filed In the ottlte ot
the clerk of ald circuit court of Alexander county,
notice Ip hereby iriveu to the paid uon -resident di
feniiant. that the complainant bapfiled h: bill of
complaint In paid court ou the chancery pi.le thereof
on the l'.ih dv oi July. A. I). 17 Now, therefore,
utiles you, nil. .Hid " Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dya K. Parker pball perponallv be and ap
pear before the mid circuit court of Alexander
countv on the iltt day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at the court houpe la the city of Cairo,
in paid county, on the 1Mb day of September. A V
ism. and plead. aDPwer or demur to the paid com
plainant' bill of complaint, the panic and the n s--ter
and thlnt therein chsreed and prated, will I.
taken a confessed, and a decree entered aali.-t
you uccotding to the praver of raid bill
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
OntiKN A- Oti.iu-fiT, Complainant fcoiiciior
Jalv i:th. IsTn.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their certain Trun IKed dated
May the li'itt. A. D lMitand recorded In the Recorder-
office in Alexander County, in Hook "." Paje
4M. i and 3 did convey to the under-dened hp Trust, e
the premlpep hereinafter described to ecure the
payment of .even eri'tnipor)' notes for the aum of
one thousand ildoo dollarp each mid liayabjere
ppectlvely In four ill five i5l plx Oopeven '(T)ei.'t t
) nine (') and ten ilii) year from date, wit'i Int.
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, pavahl
eml annuully from date and wberea live (5) of p.iid
note are now due and unpaid with interep. on
fame from Ihe ilth of Slay A. 1) lsTt to thi dab
And herea the leiral holder of paid nob has
called upon the iinderslL'tied to pell the prenilns
hereinafter described to satisfy paid note und inter
Now therefore In pnmiuiicp of the term of
paid Deed of Tru-t the undersigned will,
OXTIiniSOAYTHE VTII DAY' OF SEPTEVP.E!!,
A. D. 1ST!.
between the hour of ten (Id) o'clock A M .and'i
n'rloet; P. M. nf miifl tin,' nn tin. I , r tt, i y nti I..... ,
after decrlbed inthecitv ol Cairo, U! prorc. ,l Yl
... ..ll ... n.O.ltn .......1.... i.. l.l.f.l. - ,
Hi nvii til 'u, -li, ,,-uiiii,- ii, uie loLr-l oiilil'T lui
cah. the followlni; de.crlbed Real IMate. to if
Lou tmfiU'r nine t'.eten (lO)eleven ill) twcivcil-.')
nnd thirteen i:) In block number pixteen . t) In
the first addition to the city of Cairo. Iliinoip. hp
platted by the Trtftec of'C'nlrn el'v Property,
situated in the County of Alexander. Iliinoip. r.tid
nil the riirht and co,uuv of redemption of the aabl
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wife, their luirs. executor, udmlnli-trator. and a
lun therein, to patl-l'y p.-ild trust und uil cot cud
expense of executing Ihepame
IS F. MARSHALL. Trustee.
Sprlnirfleld. Ills., Julvdth. ls:i'.
Y''EXAXJ)EU COL'NTY BANK,
('oinini'i'cial Avenue and Eighth Sheet.
F. Hltoss. President
P. NEFF. Vice-President.
H. H ELLS, Cashier.
T. J KEKTIl, Assistant Cashier.
F. Dross Cairo: William Kluire, Cairo;
l'eti-p Nefl'. I'lllrn- U'lllfnm Unit, ( iilro-
C.M.OPterloh. Cairo; It. L. JUlllntley. St.Loui.;
E, Under, Culio; ,T. Y. Clemsoti, Caledonia;
C. O. Puller, Cairo.
A ( i EN ERA I, RAN KINO 1HSINESS DONE.
XClIAN(iEoldnnd boiijiht. Interest paid In
J the Savtn Department. Collections made
and all business promptly attended to
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
Cairo, lllinoiH. i
V. P. IIALMDAY, Preident.
11. L. IIALMDAY", Vice-Preldent.
R. BTAAT TAVI.on, y. p. HAM.IDA V,
IIXNIIV I" IIAI.I.lmV, B. II. C't'NNINOIIAM,
11. U. WILLIAMSON, STM'lllCN limit,
H. II. CANIIRK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Iton
BOl'CillT AND SOLD.
Dcpn.lt ri'relviirl and fwnrrnl Imnlrliiff bualintu'i