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THK' DAILY OAIftO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MQKNINtf.' AUGUST U, 1879,
II. BRYANT, M. P.
OFFICE: Klxhlli ami Washlngtoa Avenue
K881DENCB. -Corner Nineteenth and Wa.h-
yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco 1) Commercial avenue. Hesldenco corner
Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, 1 tiro.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
HmckSo. IV. ConiKKircliil Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
U E NT1S T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE. With the Willows' an J Oorphuns' Mu
tual Aid Society
ATTORN KYS-AT-LA W
J IXEGAlt & LAKSDEN,
OFFICE So. US Commercial Aveuue.
JfOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Tun KU jjnut Sidfw hct-l Passenger Steamer
ii CHAMPION S
A. J UIKU...
Leave. Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah. .Metropolis ami way landing. For
re.ight or pa-sage apply to SOL. A. felLAEK,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE faSlkQ STATES.
On ami alter Monday, June Hi, the boat will make
he follow tug trip.:
LCAVn LKAVKS LEAVES
Foot Fourth st. Mli.ourl Ltind'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
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11 a. m.
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9 a. m.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
KNTEUKD AT THK POST OFFICE IX CAIRO, IL
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Notice. to am. whom itmaycoxckii
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no Mils con
tracted by any of its employes, or nny one
counectcd with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on it written order signed by
myself, und the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Blknf.tt.
Ten Cents Wokth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
th'onsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 14'i Commer
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5i Note Head...
5 " Lim n Letter Heads.
SJi " Linen Note Heads.
The 11F.ST quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
iyt jiound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and Hi pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at .St. Louis
wholesale prices. Priming $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds nt The
Mr. Geo. B. Ramsey will look after the
Gas Works, during my absence, and any
orders fur gas or gas fitting', addressed to
him or left at the ofUeo of the company,
will be promptly attended to.
H. T. Gi-.iiori.ii, Supt.
. August HthlST'.t.
Anti-Bki.hm Pmci;s -At the barber
hop of J. Geo. Sleinhoiise, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, (.,, m1iij, easy chairs, nil
the late papeia. clean towels, keen razors,
nccommoduling, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. PneeM Shaving. 10
nuts; Huir-cnt, m,tv, Shampooing,
SI cents. Giv hint a cull.
It is AssKliTKIi that the ordinary cos.
luetics used by ladies are productive of
. jniut nilscheif. H'e believe this ia ho, ami
it lAter means nf securing a beautiful com
plerion is to use nome g'sxl blood medicine
like llosadulis, the ireiit Soiithi'rn Remedy,
which cleanses the hiood and dves perma
nent beauty to the skin. So.'i by Barclny
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Capt. Ilamblcton nnd James 8. Mor
ris, Esq., of Pulaski county, were in town
The National Board of Health will, if
a quorum of members arrived, hold a meet
ing in this city to-morrow.
The New York Police News illustrates
the murder of Charley Arter. The fidelity
to details is not very striking.
One dollar will cure the ague, jaundice
or fevers, if invested in one of those Forbes'
pads, sold only by Geo. O'Hara.
Capt. C. O. Patier, Ex-Mayor Winter
and Mr. John McNulty leave this morning
for a short visit to the neighboring towa of
Buy u one dollar Forbes' Pad, from
Geo. O'Hara and cure your chills. It is
certain to do it nnd no medicine need be
The City Clerk's office sports a fino
new desk worth fifty dollars at least, but
cost less than twenty-five. It was made by
Frank Schocinbs nt his shop on Commer
The transfer steamer McComb is re
ceiving a new coat of paint. The wheel
house lettering is being remodeled, nnd the
top of the wheel houses are taking on a
coat of red. .
' Oencrnl cily orders to the amount of
$1,061.43, were redeemed by the city treas
urer, during the month of July. Cancelled
by the treasurer, they were subsequently
burned by the finance committee. .
City orders for the allowances made
Tuesday evening ure now in readiness for
delivery; and the city clerk would prefer
to deliver them at once, and not distribute
the work all through the month.
The presence of that aligator in the
river in this neighborhood, has had the ef
fect of keeping all cautious boys out of the
water. Cooper, Bailey & Co., will pay
$100 for its recapture, alive.
Wc hear it stated that religious ser
vices in which the convict Glass will be
permitted to take part, will be held by the
colored people in the court house, next
Sunday. It is not probable that Glass will
be taken from his cell.
A Cairo gentleman who participated in
the Ferry benefit ball in Mound City, Tucs
day night, says there was a good crowd
present, a very considerable delegation
being on hand from Cairo. He heard that
the ferry realized nearly $200.
The wrecker E. A. Woodruff was at
worlf, yesterday, on the wreck of that una
bateable nuisance, the barge Thorpe. By
means of the hugegrapplers thrown across
the remaining fragments of the wreck, por
tions of it wereBdrawti to deep water, not,
however, without giving the folks on shore
a good-bye whilTof its foul odors.
Delia Ramsey,"a bright mulatto, puts
on style; but'lfattie Fuller wliom she owed
for making n dress, made up her mind that
Delia shouldn't respond to the call to "come
across the river and you shall live like a
lady without work," until the making of
the aforesaid garment was paid for. She
therefore sued, and by attaching Delia's
trunk delayed the trip "over the river. Ta-
Seven coaches constituted the passen
ger train on the Mississippi Central, yes
terday morning, live of them filled with
blacks and two with whites. When brought
to tthe top of the incline, on this side, they
were jerked, at full speed around the curve,
before stopping. It is said that the negroes
were bound Kansasward, on an inspection
tour. They came from Mississippi and
At the depot of the Illinois Central
railraod, yesterday afternoon, were two corn
stalks from the Kentucky farm of Capt. W.
P. Ilalliday. One of the stalks was 10
feet 1 inches in height'i, and the other
(which was boxed) was 21 feet in heigth.
They were addressed to P. Daggy, Esq.,
land commissioner of the Illinois Central
railroad company, at Chicago. The last
described stalk is no doubt the tallest ever
grown anywhere. It will excite wonder
Only a few ol the negro men commit
ted to the cityjaij as a punishment for
crime, care a cent for the disgrace. They
are furnished ''free lodgings, free grub"
and reasonably cool quarters, during the
hot weather, and consider themselves rather
fortunate than otherwise. Can't some kind
of work be provided for such fellows? The
work would prove tii K terror that would
keep them out of the calaboose. Rock
breaking, wood -sawing any k'ud of woik
that might be pursued inside the enclosure,
without expense to the city, would deter ten
negroes from the commission of a crime,
where "the disgrace" would not deter' a
The body of Charles Schmidt, the Nor
wegian who was drowned Irom a barge
near the whail'boat No. 2. Monday night,
came to the surface about 11 o'clock, yes
terday forenoon, at a point not very far
from where the unfortunate fellow was
drowned. The negro who first discovered
the body, brought it ashore, and thinking
there was a reward somewhere for all body
finders, made application for his reward to
lawyer Wheeler. Because he didn't secure
i he is satisfied that things nre out of
joint, sadly. Coroner Fitzgerald held an
inquest over the body the jury returning a
verdict of accidental drowning. The body
vhs turned over to undertaker Feith, who
gave it sepulture.
- The Ouichita Belle (a portion of whoso
crew got ashore at Memphis, declaring that
they'd rather face tho yellow fovor in Mem
phis than starvation in St. Louis) is lying
at tho bank above tho city, opposito the
trussed work of tho C. & V. 'A report got
abroad yesterday . morning that she had
threo cases of yellow fever on board, and
as some of our citizens had began to regard
the Belle as a very Porter, the report fouu.l
quite a number that gavo it credence. To
determino the matter Officer Schuckers
mounted a horsc.rcpaircd to tho boat, made
search and found the mate, tho cook and
one "slouch." These were all the persons
on board, and they were nt work, hearty
and hardy. Outof this same report grew a
second report that the fever had made its
appearance in the Fifth ward.
-The railroad strip, from Fourteenth to
Fourth street, is and always has been an
eye-sore and an abomination. It has been
a depository for all the boxes, crates,
rubbish and debris of the buildimrs that
skirt it on either side, (to say nothing of
the stables, hog and calf pens, piles of sta
ble refuse, etc.,) for many years. As the
city has $1,000 in the treasury, derived
frrtnl llin cnli. of n nnrtinn rf 4lm ofrlr. tt
...v ft.... J'..., w... ... w.u Dlil' .V
the C. & V. railroad company, the propo
sition submitted by the Finance Commit
tee to the last meeting of tho council,
that the $1,000 be used in tho improve
ment, of the strip, is one that should be
adopted and carried out. Use sixty feet
of it as a street, and sell twenty feet on
either side, or forty fret on one side, to the
owners of the abutting property, and but a
short time will elapse before it will be
changed from the nuisance that it is, to a
thrifty business amine.
Wc received a call, yesterday, from J.
Taylor Brent, an enterprising representative
of the widely known St. Louis provision
house of F. Tlfdman & Co. Mr. Brent had
just completed a two mbnths' tour through
out the neighboring portions of Illinois,
Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee, aud
gives it as his opinion that such crops as
have blessed nnd will bless the labors of
the husbandmen this year, were never be
fore known in this country. The wheat
crop has been a success everywhere, and
such corn can be found nowhere else in the
world. The farmers ot Southeast Missouri
calculate upon an average of seventy
bushels to the acre, and Southern Illinois
is scarcely behind Missouri. The tobacco
looks fine, and the success of
the potato, onion nnd other veget
able crops is a marvel to everybody but the
cultivators themselves. Mr. Brent sees no
reason why the coming year may not be
one of great abundance, and of unusual
business prosperity among all classes.
The rivalry between the steamers
Champion and Fisk has passed beyond the
point of business competition, and reached
that of ill-natuied contention and litigation.
The attempts at bullying have been lew,
nnd always, as they should have done,
operated to the disadvantage of the party
making the attempts. How the issue joined
before the United States commissioner will
terminate, remains, of course, for future
determination. The Champion complains.
we hear, that the Fisk, on one or more oc
casions, had backed out across her bows,
without giving the required signal, and had
been guilty of other violations of the navi
gation laws. The Champion's testimony
was taken, in part, at least, on Tuesday.
The Fisk was expected to come in with her
showing of the matter yesterday. What
that showing is we have not been advised;
but can well imagine, as a n suit of both
showings, a budget of very bewildering
complications. But let the matter
terminate as it may. sensible
people will commend the means of settle
ment the Champion has invoked. A resort
to six-shooters and bludgeons would meet
universal condemnation, nnd, as we have
already intimated, would deservedly damn
the guilty party. The law is equal to the
adjustment ot every difficulty that can arise.
Acts of violence can adjust nothing.
-Since the only hope of mastery over
the yellow fever in Memphis, is hinged
with the ability of the authorities to depop
ulate the city, the refusal of the 12,000
negroes now there, to go into camp where
they will oe fed nnd cared for at public ex
pense, presents a problem that can be solved
only in two ways. One, of these is to with
hold Northern charity, and starve them
out; the other is a resort to compulsory
measures. A. D. Langstaff, President of
the Howard Association, in a recent dis
patch sent by him to Chicago, says: "At
least 12.000 negroes nre in the city, only
100 having gone to camp. Tin y have de
clined to leave this city, hoping to receive
rations here, which is in opposition to the
views of all parties who are laboring here
to attend to such as may be taken sick.
Our only safety is depopulation, (should
their appeal to the people of the United
States for rations not meet with favorable an
swer, the negroes will no doubt m, lVc, as
soon as they get hungry. No m, mt
Howard visitor or physician knows of the
filthy hovels that these people j nn,i
in which they are taken sick and (.,,) fre
quently die". Surely no person in the North
who sympatizes with Memphis in her
woes, or who would stay the ravages of the
terrible scourge, will send a sing!,, dollar
to provide food for these i'oolWhly obstinate
colored people. If kept in the city by
Northern aid, hundreds, even thousands of
them will fall victims of the epidemic and
till hope of mastering the dis t. )).
A negro man named Joo Hughes, was
on a hunt, yesterday, after contraband
dogs. When wc saw him ho had ouo dog
under his arm, and was leading a second
one by a string. In tho distance camo a
littlo ten year old white girl, running at tho
top of her speed, nnd screaming "give mo
back my dog." Overtaking Joo sho
snatched tho string trom his hand, and was
olf with her recovered pit, as sho had
come, as fast as sho could go. About tin
hour later we saw Joo with a white dog un
der his arm, much elnted over his ability
to outrun the gray haired colored man who
was probably fifty yards in tho rear. On
coming up we informed tho old man that
there would bo no safely for bis dog should
he recover him until Jic paid the taxes on
him. The old man thought this a great
hardship. He hail already paid taxes on
the dog at Hodges' Park, and to be com
pelled to pay on him again made dog keep
ing the most costly business a man could
follow. By this time Joe was out ot sight;
andthe old man retraced his steps, cogitat
As are indication of the cost of our
municipal government of what it costs to
carry our bonded indebtedness, to keep the
streets and sidewalks in repair, and to keep
all our corporation machinery in motion,
we give below the figures of the nppropria
tion bill, for the fiscal year just closed,
which may be taken as a safe nproximation
to the expenditures of the present year. The
appropriation to the Bourd ot Health is in
dependent of the amount expended by our
authorities and refunded by the State. For
salaries there was appropriated $8,000; for
the repair and reconstruction of sidewalks
and crosswalks, $4,000; for streets $10,0(10:
for drainage $2,000; tor use of board of
health $2,500: for fire department, $2,000;
for clerk's office nnd council chamber
$200; for city elections $100; for city jail
and jailer $1,100; for printing $300; for
interest en new bonds substituted lor old
ones $10,200, making a total of $50,700.
Probably twelve or fifteen thousand dollars
of this sum will be derived from licenses
and other sources, leaving the amount to be
raised by direct taxation, $35,000 or $3S,
000, or about the same as heretofore.
The Edinburgh Review for July, re
printed by the Leonard Scott Publishing
Co., 4 1 Barclay Street, N. Y., is now ready.
The present number sustains the high char
acter of this periodical. The articles are
as follows: 1. "Canon Stubbs' Constitu
tional History ot England." This is re
viewed at length, and classed as one of the
most considerable works of modern litera
ture. 2. "The Worthies of Norwich."
Interesting sketches illustrating the social
and literary annals of this, the chief city of
Eastern England. C. "Brugsch's Egypt
Under the Pharaohs. 4. "The Hatton
Papers." A recent publication by the
Camden Society. 5. "Intemperance and
the Licensing Laws." An account of the
results of recent legislation, and of the
various suggestions for its amendment. The
writerconsiders prohibition to be impractic
able. C. "The Works of Rembrandt." Des
cribes the salient points of his career, and
points out the essential nature of bis achieve
ments in relation to modern art. 7. "The
Scotts of Bucclcuch." This i.s another of
tho series of family histories edited by Mr.
Wm. Fraser. In the present article we are
favored with a glimpse at the most attrac
tive portions 'of its contents. S. "The
Fallacies of Evolution." A long and earnest
attempt to demonstrate the development by
evolution is merely a rhetorical expression,
"a form of words, and nothing more." 0.
''Rural England." The subject of Engli.-h
climate and country sights and seems
naturally leads the writer to the works of I
William Howitt, from which he takes many
delightful extracts. 10. "A Brief Retros
pect." Condemns both the present parlia
ment and the present administration.
The St. Louis hucksters and produce
dealers are practicing frauds and perpetrat
ing down right steals upon the farmers who
visit that market, that operate to the seri
ous disadvantage of the business of that
city. So frequent and bold have these
thefts and frauds become of late, that it is
held that the superlative degree of com
parison has been reached w hen a man is
termed "as big a thief as a St. Louis huck
ster." Broadway is fairly lined with these
rascals. The Republican in exposing the
frauds cites several instances. A farmer
from the vicinity of Edwanlsviile sells 100
water melons for $2.50. The purchaser
manages to hide live of the melons, then
declares that there are not 100, that they are
not ns represented, and he won't pay a cent
for them. As the farmer can't submit to
the law's delays he is compelled to submit
to a bold and shameless robbery. Other
hucksters buy wagon loads of
potatoes, agreeing to pay so
much per barrel. Instead of a barrel that
holds two bushels the purchaser furnishes
one that holds fully two bushels and a
half. The fanner discovering himself
swindled out one-fourth of his load, remon
strates. His potatoes having been purposely
thrown on a pile of others, he is tantaliz
ingly asked to ,"help himself if be can.''
Finding that a resort to law would cost
him iiwre than the whole amount involved,
he leaves town a swindled man. Nearly
every farmer living within fifty miles of
the St. Louis market, has had experience
similar to that related above. ' Indeed, 'to
such an extent have such outrageous oper
ations been carried that the reputation ol
the whole city has suffered; and unless the
honest traders there succeed in driving out
the scoundrels, hundreds and thousands of
fanners will bo compelled, at any and every
cost of convenience, to abandon tho 8t.
Louis market, altogether. It is a growing
and most exasperating species of villainy,
and honest meu must stamp it, out or suffer
Charley Olas-, who is b bo hango d,in
this city, on the Kith of September, pro
fesses to have undergone a complete change
of heart, and devotes much of his time to
meditation and prayer. People of his color,
men and women, are with him ovory day, all
urging lilm to prepare for the fearful end
that awaits him. Our reporter was anion
the number who called yesterday afternoon
and recognized, the doomed man, desirei
it to be proclaimed to tho world that men
might rend and break his old body; but
God would save his soul. Then addressing
the crowd, through the gratings of his cell
door, he said : "I've beeu tolo the wicked
ness of my ways. God has beeu
here and done something tor me. I'm glad
to know He's been here. I am now just
waiting lor that morning to come. I'll
be glad when it gets here. My days are
numbered. And now to prove that God
has been here and done something for me
last night I was sound asleep in my bunk
and it was dark as a dungeon, and I set uj
in my bunk, and my little child that has
been dead seven years come and sat on my
knee, and mv old wife w ho's been dead
four years, and who I didn't think much
of until after she died, she come here nnd
throwed her arms around my neck, ntn
said "Charles, come to glory!" and that'i
what lnakes me believe God has been here
and done something for me. "Charles,
come to glory;" and yes. bless God, I am
going to glory, nnd they may tear and
break my old body, but my soul is bound
for glory. The other evening I ws -pruy
ing, and sno 1 toys come to the winder
and said "Glass quit praying, you'll uevtrget
any justice from God, you for don't docrvc
it;" but a voice came out of the darkness
nnd it said "Glass, pray on;" aud I gait
Lord, here I am; just as I am, take me
and the Lord said Re didn't hear me at
first, but it wasn't His desire to semi me to
hell. And then the devil come. He com
like a scorpion, like a rattlesnake, lie come
like dice, like cards, he come dancing on
the floor in a ball room; and all ut once I
jumped up ami shook myself, and the cell
und all around was lit up with a brightness
like the sun, aud the devil was gone, be
cause God was with me anil w?.9 my pro
tector." lie then indulged in a little ex
hortation : "I want you ail to go to God.
God wants you. You r.re no better than I
was. No one can tell what a dear Savior I
have found. I wa ashamed for awhile to
let 'em catch me praying. When
the little girl would come in I'd
jump up and pretend to he
fixing the cell: but now I bear my cross
b.ess God, und fear no one." At this point
a colored woman in the crowd, named
Fletcher, spoke up. ami congratulated him
on his change of heart. "I have a bail son,
md his name is George Robertson. You
ami George have gambled, nnd drank and
run after bad women together ; ' ami I have
prayed and keep on praying that George
might stay away from them out-going wo
men, liad company leads to bad places. I
tfy to live a good woman. Good bye. dear
Charles; if I meet you no more on earth I
hope to find you iu heaven." And with a
hearty "amen." the visitors left the cell,
and G!ass retired to his bunk. We entertain
no doubt whatever that the doomed man
will face death, as he says he will, without
fear or trembling."
THE EQUITABLE LIKE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OK THE UNITED STATES
MAKES THE FOLI.OWINGANNONCE-
31 EST TO THE PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which .prevails
throughout the community with regard lo
onerous conditions contained in life assur
ance contracts und the judicial decisions
based thereon, together w ith the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely iiiereavd
business, has led the management seriously
to consider whether the contract could not
be simplified ami certain conditions eri'sed
therefrom which have been the subject of
much criticism nnd misconception.
After a careful examination of the ex
perience of some of the best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than has been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing a form of contract in which the follow
ing important concessions are made to pol
icy holders throughout the United States:
1. Policies will be made incontestable
after three years from their date,
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
a detinilte surrender-value in paid-up assur
ance, in case the policy is forfeited after
three years from its daje.
I). Each Tontine policy will contain a
definite surrender-value in cash, m case of
withdrawal at the end of the tontine
4. The contract will be concisely and
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
5. The above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies already
issttetl and in force, after three years from
their tlati'H respectively.
Wnv is ababy like wheat ? Because it
is a first cradled, then thrashed nnd flnnliy
becomes the flower of the family. Ami wo
would mid, soothe it with Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup. It contains no ophites.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
ALL AuVKHTIHEMENTrl In thU column, of
five llnei f li or limn will be published' for I",
cenu every lintertlou; ftl.U) per month. Kach ad
ditional line, 5 ccuU. MtuuUolii wanted free.
A oold collar button. The fluilur will be rewarded
on leaving It at tho at, ciiarlea Hotel.
Foil HAl.K-Heparatoly or together, a net of hIiuiIii
liarnes, a nw, Iniirify cinhlon and a binnry whip
Apply at lliilletln bindery. Jog K lii iikk
Ilown, Arrow-H. Taritetn, Hhootlnu Wove, etc. at
C. W. HKNDUIiSO.VS, Commercial avenue, lor
1 . , 1 H " ..... ......... aim lien ,'i
Alexander!.. Hoduev, deceased, aud aUotherc whni i
It may concern, that the uudersl.'iied will (lie h'
dual report a administrator of lite entitle of eiml
Alexander C. Ilodi-t'ii, deceased, at the Auirint term
1SVM of the county court of Alexander county, WW
Hold, to be hidden at Culro, In raid county, nn tie
third Monday of August ls,!l, und will then met
there niiike liniil aettlement and u-k for a illsetmre,
an uni'h adinlijiMiator. JOHN 1IODI.KS.
Jutyao, is; n. AdinlnltitratPr. uli .
I)itoi'os.i.s foii iirii.mso new uhidok
OVEH I. AH K CHEEK.
I'ropimiU. to be filed with County Clerk, w ill be
ret elved by the (Vuntv Uourd of Alexander Con nty
Illiuolf until y o'clock a. in.. Moudav, September
1st. next, for fiirnntliliii ull material aud la'ior
netfFniry to build a new brfde over Lake Creek
011 1'alro and Jouexboro road, In came location a
Speclficatlonti may be obtained at o!tlt of under
H-ned. cortu r UVninjiton avenue and Kiftitc.-iiih
Mrtict.in tin. city, or Irom Samuel Unity font
inlnsioucr, ut tiro, la thin county
, THOS. W. IIAI.LIDAY.
.,, . Chairmau Countj Hiiio.t.
tulro, II! , Auk I I. Is7.i
iitir0 In hepeliv rrU'i.n tn O,., u l.l..... ....I .1
1 tibl'c not ce in hereby trivcii to II, rinaii I.cw
tha on the l'tlh day of July, I). K:). n,.,,,;
l .""In "'i" "' c1"'"1' ,l"lrl t Alexander
count), Illinois, a writ of ailurhmuiit a-uluitt the
ejtate of the said Herman Levy, for ?:,V7 in. returr.
able on the third .Vomlav or September. IsTH to ,
term of mid court then to beholden In the c'ilvof
iilro. In ,-ala enmity and ute. which writ ot'at
Uichuielit ha been levied uptiii lot Muck '17 it,
Nild city of Cairo Now. unletrs the :d HermM,
Levy . hall appear, five bull and plead within lie
lime limited fur his appearance in Mirii cae, J n'j
went will be entered aud the e-tale nto,, Ik,
w I1 ,t''V i1 . .I01IN A. KKEYK.
Cairo. HI , Annum 1th. s7!t. circuit CI, tk
ptHLICATION NOTICE-CHANCE It Y.
Stateok Ii.i.iNoM. . circuit court of AI xai.J, r
l ol NTror Al.tXAM.tll, (ccllMl-. Nept. nil er ten.)
William Tweed I'arkr 1
Elizabeth Linker. William on bill f. r iirtitin.
Linker, Jijim K I'arker. JihIc ,
Parker, Hubert li. Cunning. I
hum, U..iis H llunlicit j
Affidavit of the lion rfldeuceof F.il.ahclh'l.lnk, r,
V, idiam Linker. l).ta F I' irker, of the the lietci.il
aula above named, bavins; lecn tiled In Hie nfilce of
the clerk of id circuit court of Alexander county
notice Ik hereby giveu lo the a!d nou renident tie
feiiflantit. that the cninpialimiit ):.. tiled hi bill of
complaint in md court on the chancery lde then t f
on the 1'ith day of July. A. I). IiTj Nuw, therefore
tittle, yon. the .aid Kllza.lt Linker. WliiU,,,'
LiLker. Dya. F. Parker .hall personally be and a:,
pear before the .aid i limit court of Alexander
county on the Kr.t day of the next u rm thereof, to
lie holiteti at the conn hou.e lu the city of Cairo
in .tld county, on the 1Mb day of September. A.I)
lst:t. and plead, aiu er or demur to the .aid tout
plaiuanf. bill of complaint, the name and the m;it
ter. und thine, therein charged and teatert, will )
taken a. ronff..fd. and a decree nt. red .-it..t
you according to the prayer of .aid blli
JOHN A ItEKVK.CVtk
I. arc A I. nanrT. Complainant . Solicitor.
Julv ITtli, TO...
WHEREAS. William W. Tl.orMon and Martha
M 1 tiorntou, by th.ir certain Tru.t D.cd ca'td
May thciMh. A. D l;r aud recorded in the Hecord
er. oftlce in Alexander Coutitv, in Hook "V." I'jf.
Vl. Uand :i didcoioey tiitheu'nder-iimeda.tru.t.'e
the premi.e. hereinafter de.rribcd to .ccurv the
payment of .een ronil.ory note, fur the mm of
one Ihttu.and (li)) dollar, each and pavable re
.(wcllvely In four itl tht ,M lx ,t,i .even 'iT) el -lit
is, nine and ten ilm year, from date, with Inter
e.t nt the rate of ten per cent per annum, pava'dc
etnl annually from tlate aud wln rta. lite ,V of .unl
note are now tlue and unpaid with intercut on
.ame from the -i'lli ol May A II K t0 th. (,,.
And wherea. the let'iil holder of .aid note. ta
called ut.ou the uudt ralrned to ell the pretni.e.
hereinafter dearribrd to .aii.fy mul note, and Inter
Now therefore In ptir.uaiife of the tern:, of
.aid Deed of 'J'ru.t the umleifl.'nt d will.
ONTHUHSDAYTHE ITH KAY OFSEITE.VHEH.
A It. IS.it.
betwecil the tli.tir. of ten (1(0 o'clock A M . Hr ,t
otitick J. M.of .aid day. on the premi.e herein-an.-r
dt rti d lu ihe t ii.- of I'ailrti III i .. ....... (
to ..11 at public vendue in u,e h!i;he.t bidder for
cah. the follow lim de.rribcd Jteal E.tste. to wn r
I....- inoiiiM r nine in, n (litieleveii ( II) twelve . '!
autlthlrte. il .10 in l i,,, L- t-,,, ,1... ...
the lir.t addition lo the city of Cairo, lulnoi. k't
tiiattetl bv the Tru. ,.... of C.Ifa .-I... o. .. ..
.ituuteit i'n the l onrty of Alexander, llitoi,, mid
an the n-.'lit. and etiiity of redemption of the.anl
llli.tm . Thornton ami Martha M Thornton In.
W Ife. their heir.. euelitor. admini.i t
''.ll' l i oil., up
.It'll, therein, to .atl-fy .aid Ini.t und all i.it anil
r.ien.i-. ui execuuet' Uie.ante
w r ,j . , , " -" AHSHAI.L, Tril"tce
Springfield, in... July mi,.
SUI'EIMOI! NUTl.'lTION THE LIFE
The Great .Medicinal K,Mid.
The Salvutor For tin iliil-tuirl the Al'i iI Ah It,
comparable Ailment I'oi'tliei.rowlluind Protec
tion of lulaiii. and Children. A superior
Nutritive lu Colilinued l-'cer. niu a
tellable llelnetlliil Au"'lil III all J)lcn.e of the
Minimi li and Inte.ilt'e..
rPHIS justly celebrated Diktktii' Pukimuatiox i..
in cotiinositlon. Iiriuciiiiklle Die i.ii-t.v ,i..,i,....i
from Ihe WiiiTK Wintkij Flint Wiikat Ckiikal, a
.ouo extract, tile inveiiOt.li ol all eminent Chemist.
It lii.u nrl (,iiU lti.iii liioKIt- i. ... . ...
V oiimii, ii.t.-ti. tnu eel
tilled to by a lar.'e number of Cheinl.t. und Phv.i
clan." -repie.elitiuu' a V. r.v hiell tleiTUe of tued'leal
Hclctiec-ii. the Sale.t. .Must Acceptable ami ldilell
ble Footl lor theOrowth mill Protection or Infant
mid Children, and for Mother, lacking SuaVlctit
Nourishment for ihelr otl-prlm.'.
Unlike tboite prepiiiiitloii. made Irom iiniir.al or
vinous innller, which nre liable to Hlmulalo lie
hiilln anil Irritate the illue.liye orgnu, It cmbriUMS
i ti. eieiiieiiiury compo.nitiii
That which malic, .tiiine Ilmie ami M il. el., Thiil
which make, eootl Fleh nnd liiood. That which Is
easy nl tii'-estlon- nevi r coii.timitliiv. Thai which I.
kiniliinil friendly to Ihe I'.rain. ami llinl wlJch iietsa.
iiptcveiillve ol those Intestinal Disorder, hidden
till lo l IlllllllOOtl.
And. While II won III lictliniciill lo cnitcclvcnf am-.
thlni; 111 1 ooil or lb sfit mmc ereamv and delicious,
or more nourishing ami slieiiL'tlieiiliig a. nu ull
nielli III Fever, I'lilmoiiarv Coiiioliiliil.. Kv
1111(1 liclicnil lelilllty, l. ItAUK .lKlilt lNAl.' Ivx. Ki.
l.Nt-K In ull Ini kstinai. DisKASKs. especially in
Hjsenlerv, t'lii'onle IUiirrlircii nnd Cholera Inlini.
lias been Inconte.tahly Proven.
Sold Wholesale und
I) l!U (JOISTS AMI
l'KINCII'AL CITIES of the UNITED STATES.
JOHN CAULK A SONS. NEW YOHK,
5-AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO THE TIIAPEi-Thellv,, baslncM men of the
tiny nre ntnrl nir these cniinterH. Wc nre the Orlgl
tinlor. and lleai (jiiiiitr-iH! We have tho only two
Kxei.c.ivK Blind inc. lobbing Ilou.ea lu IheT H.
jrweiui lor ( ainlogtie and purliculiirs. Jg
010 AN I) OVJ UANKOLPII STREET,' CIIICAOO.
Alro So uiitl Clittuucy Street, Bitou.
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