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published nr tons it. obkbly co.
M. H. HAWIKLT., ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
FRIDAY, AUQUBT 01860.
Arrival and Departure of Mulls.
(Cairo Tout Ofllce, February 2, i860 )
AHSIVKS. PUPA RTS.
(Ttmo of closing.)
...11:00 p in.
... 4:00 p.m.
... 6:00 p.m.
fcnrlh (through.... X.Wa.m.
North way) 4:44 p.m
Joulh i through and way). 4:00 a.m......
Houth Memphis A NiO,).. 4:00a.m......
Ohio Itlvcr roulc. ......... S:Wp.m
Mississippi Itlvcr route,
Tuesdays anil Fridays. 0:00 p.m
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thursdays ASatiirdaysll:00a.m. ..
Thebes, Oooso Islam4 nnd
"AiitnFu ... C.OQp.mlVI
7:00 n.m. Hat.
Ohlo Rive route departs every day extent Mondays,
J. if. tJKAHAM, l'.M.
Therotoll trodo in our city at this timo
is unusually dull. Our dry-goods mer
chants inform us that tlio present Is, by
much odds, the dullest period of the
year. Hot weather 1
The report reached us this afternoon
that there is a strong probability that
General Iiurnsldo will, through tlio as
.ilstanco of friends, master his present
embarrassments, and Immediately re
jume operations on tho C. & V. railroad
under better ausplceB than over.
There was a terrific llstlc engagement
on tho Ohio Lovee, near Sixth street,
this morning, that created considerable
excitement for the time. Two strangeifl
quarreled, and being unable to decide
their differences otherwise, concluded to
tight It out. Hoth of them were severely
"Barrett's" is warranted.
Bradley's congregation indulged, last
night, in a water.mcllon banquet.
About night fall wo observed colored
people wending their way towards Ja
cob's tatternacle frjni all parts of the
city, each one of them balancing on his or
her head a water mellon. Much to the
.surprise of everybody the iter. Jacob
avowed a purpose to 'alwtemlate," as the
fruit was "detrlmetcous to hit digrcssl vo
apparatlx". Ho Jacob didn't indulge.
fciqulro Hross solemnized tho rites of
marriage, yesterday, between Mr. Ste
phen Schwaultz, of the firm of Feuchter
fc Co., and MUs Annie Tohle, daughter
of Mr. F. Pohle, of tho firm of Pohle Jc
Htocklloth, all of this city.
Tho happy couple Immediately set out
on a bridal tour to the lakes, whither,
and through life, the bestwldhes of hosts
of friends follow them.
Tho city scales havo been tot and turn
ed over to the city. Their capuclty Is
fix thousand pounds, and their size sufll
iclent to receive a wagon and one span
The dirt throwji from the excavation
prepared for the scales, will bo dlftrlb
uted In the street In the immediate
neighborhood. The expenditure in
volved iu this matter, will foot up about
fViO In scrip.
Mr. Fulton Is casing the front tier of
cells In the county Jail with heavy boiler
iron. Many hundreds of dollars havo
been expended horetoforo to add to the
security of our Jail to no purpone. A
Mr. F. Is sheeting tho lloor, bldus and
celling iu tho most substantial manner,
there Is reason to bellevo that when ho
turns tho Job over as completed prisoners
an Im) confined with a certainty that
when they are wanted they will be forth
"Barrett's" the orlgluator.
The Southern Illinois Normal Com
missioners aro visiting In person tne dif
ferent localities that aro competing for
tho honor of tho claiming tho institute
us their own. Tho hopes of the Carbon
dallans, It is Bald, run highr Jonesboro
"lies low" and says nothing, relying im
plicitly on the Judgment and good eenso
of tho commissioners; tfrvlngton Is con
fident; Tamaroa is Jubilant; Du Quoin is
satisfied, while Centralla is given up to
harrowing fears and misgivings. '
Tho following dispatch lias appeared
In a number of our exchanges:
Vincennes Ind., July 29. Work on tho
Cairo fc Vlnceanes railroad is suspend
ed. It is rumored that tlio Erie has
bought olT tho road, and that it will be
We have no hesitation In saying that
thero is no foundation whatever; for tho
rumor that the Erlo Co. has bought the
Cairo A Vincennes road with tho vlow of
killing it ofT, or with any other view.
There are thoso who would profit by un
abandonment of tho projeot, and to some
of these the above rumor might bo traced.
It has been rumored here that the
I'enuosylvnula Central company are
negotiating for tbo purchase of the road,
with a view of making their great south
ern connections through Cairo. This
rumor has the face of plausibility, and
we aro dally expecting a contlrmatlou of
it. Whether It is confirmed or not, how
over thero is not even a probability that
tho enterprise will be abandoned. In
deed, thoso who aro best informed In tho
premises, aro confident that tho change
that will bo ell'eotetl will Insure a moro
vigorous prosecution of tho work an
fitrller completion of tho contract.
Tho people of Cairo aro moro deeply
concerned for tho success of tho under
taking than uny other people, and wo
have not yet, seen a slnglo citizen who
is at nil alarmed at tho turn of n flairs
In a few days, possibly to-morrow, wo
xhall bo able to give Information of a tie
Hot day yesterday, and to'day.
This morning promised a refreshing
rain, and broke the promise.
A register of all tho persons in tho city
who should pay licenses has been pre
pared. Our colored fellow-citizens proposo to
nrganizo a brass band and toot their own
The city Jail is being repaired anil ren
ovated. It needs both, particularly rcn
Tho calabooso contains only flvo In
mates, three women and two men. Mo
ri ale Is disconsolate.
Mr. Scott White has accomplished his
trip to tho "Green Isle" and Is again at
his post, In his usual good health. Ho
returned three or four days ago.
Great anxiety in tho city about tho
Tennessee election. Result all right. The
old tub, "Irreconcilable Itadlcallsm", has
been played out. Tho Conservatives havo
Bcnt-'crup Bait River.
Tho', timid peoplo of tho city aro prepa
ring for tho eclipse to-morrow with great
fear and trembling. A good-looking
member of tho Select Council, albeit not
given to tho drinking mood, has supplied
himself with a demijohn of courage-in
spiring liquid. It Is presumed that, be
fore tho eclipse has passed off, the li
quorand the councilman will bo
The Illinois Southern railway, termi
nating on the Ohio river at Shawnee
town, is in a state of favorablo progress.
irom tho Bhawnectown 'Mercury' we
learn that there are two hundred hands
employed upon it In Wayne and Clay
counties, and the force In Gallutin county
has been increased.
The voters of Saline county voted down
a proposition to subscribe $100,000 to this
Paducah is killing ofTher quadrupedal
dogs, permitting tho biped kind with
paper collars to run at large as usual.
The 'Herald' says "tho slain of the pre
scribed race dot our streets here and
there, where tliey have fallen victims to
tho treachery of their implacable ene
inleH. ' The slain of the prescribed raco
In Cairo are not dotting (he streets very
numerously; but tho unslaln If any
body wants to collect droves of them
equaling In number the buffalo herds
of the plains, all he has to do Is to carry
a bnkct of eggs through the streets!
Such a person may save his life, hut he
au't his eggs.
! Ill M
Tho refuso from tlio St. Charles lias
created a nulsanco on Second street of
which tho denizens there complain with
an earnestness that cannot bo mistaken
In the absence of proper water tight, un
derground sewers, the nulsanco can only
bo provented by teaming tho slops and
garbage to the rivers. Ordent have boon
issued for tho scattering of sovcral bar
rcls of Hmo In tho oftcnalvo gutters,
which will havo the effect of deodorizing
the neighborhood, for awhile at nl
n vents. This being tho season for chol
era, cholera morbus, etc., tho board of
health cannot bo too actively on tho
alert, in the work of purifying the foul
localities of tho city.
The Krllsme To-JIorrow.
A few of our citizens took passage on
tho 2 p.m. tralu to-day for Springfield,
that city being within tho belt of coun
try whore tho obscuration of tho sun is
total. Tho corps of U. B. Topographical
Engineers, eminent professors from the
Smithsonian institute, aud wise and cu-
rlous men from all the parts of tho coun
try aro congregating in that city, with
all tho Implements and appllancos nec
essary to detect and record everything
Attest Ion Sir KbIkIiM.
A regniar conclave of Cairo Com-
mandery No. 13 K. T. will bo held
at the asylum In the city of Cairo, this
(Friday) evening AunustGth, 1860.
All sojourning sir knights are courte
ously invited to attend.
Ja8. S. Reahden, Recorder, pro tern.
A Masonic Key Stone, gold mounted;
on one tide aro significant letters form
ing a circle around tho figure of a horse;
on the reverse is the name J. Johnson,
utc. The Under will bo suitably reward
ed by leaving tho same at the Illinois
.Central railroad oflloe. aug-tdflt
Maatreatly Jaat and Fair.
Tho effect of the railroads In Southern
Illinois, built, in part, by couttfy sub
scriptions, will bo seen in tho enhance
inout of the value of taxable property
five hundred per cent, in less than ten
years. Tho State taxes upon the Increased
value above the assessment of 1803, will
be Bet atlde in tho State treasury to pro
vide a fund to pay off the railroad debts
of the different counties. The amount
thus realized In ten years will wlpo out
fully two-thirds of tho entire debt. In
deed, when all the money thus realized
Is applied toward the payment of the
bonds, the amount unpaid will not ex
ceed two or three millions of dollars. As,
after the expiration often years, tho State
will realize tho taxes upon tho Increased
valuation of the property, It Is but fair
that she should ussume tho paymeut qf
tho balance of the debt thon duo from,
tho sovdral counties. By that tlmo South
ern Illinois will control the legislation of
the State, and her members In tho leg
islature well then seo to it that relief so
manifestly due, shall bo accorded to us.
Should tho Stato assume tho whole debt
a fair balance sheet would still show an
excess of expenditure outside of Egypt.
Do flnvcn'a Clrcna.
Do Haven's circus aud rnenuirerlo
which claims to be the model exhibition
of the 18th century, is on its way down
tho Ohio, and will exhibit at Evansvllle
on the 13th Inst. It will reach Cairo
about the 25th. Tho Bedouin Arab
Troupe and tho Hanlou Brothers are
with this company.
Read "Barrett's'' advertisements.
Tho Arub Firo Company lms Invited
tho Mechanics Fire Company, of Padu
cah, to participate with them lu their
next anniversary celebration, which
takes placo, wc believe, on the 1st day
of September. Tho programme, as at
present arranged is a parade at six
o'clock in tho evening; exercises in tho
Athenoum at 8 p.m., to be followed by a
dlsplayjof fireworks outside tho wholo to
concludo with a banquet at tho St.
Charles Hotel. Jack Winter, writing to
W. E. Augustus, president of tho Me
chanics, says: "After tho display of
fireworks wo will ropalr to tho St. Char
les Hotel and partake of n banquet ex
clusively for 11 re in on of my company and
those fiom Paducah. The room Is too
small to havo anybody cho attend. It
will bo a stag supper not oven our own
wives being present. It will bo a nico
affair,' but simply for Hrcmen, whore wo
can have a Jolly good time."
We havo not learned whether tho Me
chanics have signified a purpose to at
Successful Hair Restore-
"Old granny Sllfuse," a white lady re
siding in Brock's Gap, Rockingham
county, Va., now In her 91th year, Is one
of the most active and industrious wo
men In tho country. She yet does the
work of an ordinary young woman; In
deed docs more, forho has been willing,
old as she is, in cases of necessity, to go
Into tho harvest-field and assist in secur
ing tho crops. She can spin, knit, sew,
and do all the ordinary work of one of
tho industrious women of the olden time,
who thought it no discredit to earn her
bread by tho sweat of her brow, as tho
Bible has it.
Port I.I it for the 21 Hour Eiulliir ft
Two o'clock, IN H.
0n. Andcrf on. Coluinbo. Wm. White, I'mlucah.
City of Cnlro, bu Loiil", rmada, Kvan-villo
Commonwealth, do Ella Hughe, Nmlivclle
llawkryo Ho 2. do Tlioru jiion'lMMn, N. O.
Hello Vernon, do
Gen. Andmon, Columbui. Wm White, Piducah.
Armada, Krar.Tlllc, City of Cairo, Memphli
Thomnon IK?an. St. Inl Commonwealth. N. O.
llawkryo No 2, IMtiburg, lMIe Vtrnou, I'ttirbure
The weather was uncomfortably and
almost Insupportably warm yesterday
evening and last night, but a chango
occurred this morning which was ex
ceedingly cratcful. A stronco breeze
sprang.up from tho north abqutlO a. m
and tho sky was obscured by clouds
nearly all of tho forenoon.
The Mississippi and Missouri continue
falling as far as heard from.
The Ohio is fulling IU wholo length
with 3 feet In the channel at Pittsburg
and 3 feet 8 Inches in the chute at Louis
ville. Hero the riror has fallen ten Inches
since last report.
Business Is Improving and boats bound
for X. O. fill out here with all the freight
Tbo Wm. White, Capt. Beverly, Is tho
Paducah packet this evening. Captain
Northern has returuedund assumed com;
The Quickstep, Capt. Grammar, is tho
packet for Evansvlllo this evening.
Tho Marblo City, Capt. Conway, la the
packet for Vlcksburg aud way points
ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The co.pArtntrthlp heretofore xUllni; between
Charlea Operand Henry WaMimlth, In the butcher
ing builncM. In till city, ha been diiaolred by
mutual eonaent. All delta dii thn Ann may b
paid to either Mr. (layer or Mr. Waldtmltli.
Cairo, 111, Aut. 3. ISOO.dJt
Et-tnto of Mary A.M. lfenton, deceased.
Tlio undertdened havlnic been appointed exectitor
of the h.t will and ttitamciit of Mary A. M. Henion,
lato of tho rounty of Alexander nnd t-tnto of lllinoii,
deeraaed, hereby give notlco that ho will appear be
foro thn county euurt of Alexander county, at (be
court limine, in Cairo, at the Augtmt term, on the
third Monday 111 August next, at which timo all per
aous having clalma uiainit aaid oxtate are notified and
requested to attend for the pnr)oan of having tho
annie adjuated. All perrona Indebted to aaid ente
m rqtirlct to mk liamoil' jwymenl to the tin
Dutod thli Slat day of June, A. P. 1.
Je'itwtd THOMAS MAUTIN, Exceutor.
I EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
!i REAL ESTATE.
In pursuance of the provisions of tho Imt wilt and
testament or Maker Gordon, lato of Cnpe Girardeau,
Mo., deceased, a copy of which ix duly recorded in
(he Itecordor'aoftlca of Alexander county, Illinois, in
record book "A A." pKe IJti etc., tho undersigned
executor of said last will and testament will offer for
sale, at public auction.at tho front door of tho court
house, in the city of Cairo, Alexander county, Illi
nol. on Monday, tho Oth day of August next, at two
o'clock p.m., that valuable lot, with tho largo two
storytstore and dwelling thereon.altuatedonTwentleth
siree, tctweon Poplar and Washington streets, and
near tho court house, and known nnd designated on
tho recorded plat of said city as lot No. In block No.
48, (uthe first nddllion to tho city of Cairo, Illinois.
From its location, being within u short distance from
the court houso, tills property is deemed as desirable
as any In that part of the city, being adapted ullko to,
business as for resldeneo purposes.
Terms. One-fourth cash, tho balanco in 12 months,
with note, bearing Interest, secured by trust-deed on
tlio property. Possession giveaon day of sale. Sale
com ui'teii ljm . Hinsiuu.
.... ... - ii fr.ii
WIM.1AM C. IIAN.NT.V. Kxecutor.
Estate of Kdword T Hoss, deceased.
Tho undersigned having lxcn appointed adminis
tratorbf the estate of Fdward T l(os. lato of tho
county of Alexander and Stato of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notlco tut ho will uppear befoiu thn
countyoourt of Alejnnjer county, at tho court homo
hi Cairo, at tho Heptelnir term, on tho ;td Monday In
Hentemtur next, at which timo all persons having
claims against said cslsteuro notified and requested
to attend, for thoiurpoo of having the same adjust
ed All persous Indebted to said ustato aro requested
tnmako Immediate payment to tlio undersigned.
latel this Oth dav of July. A. I). I860. j,
Jy7ww OKX W. VAMi,Admli,lrAlor.
TOOK UK N T--Thrco cottoges on Eighth, Ninth
X; and Sixteenth afreet respectively.
JylWtf QUEEN OlLnEtlT, Att'ys.
T) SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
8UOAR8, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,
Molds aea,,Tolincco, Clgara,
Fish, Candles, Wooden ware, Willow-Ware
JNTaIIbv, Oils, Fainta,
Wtudow-GIitMH, Putty, Lime,
Cement, Plaster-Paris, Gunpowder
Old IXye, Houongnhela. nnd Hourhnn
Hod Xj o n. cl i.xi.cl Shot.
Al-o keen constantly on hand a moit complete
SCOTCH AND IRISH WIIISKT, GIN
Port, Madeira, Sherry anil Catawba
uo, Aotxr roa
J. RIEDfCO'S CELEBRATED WHEEL-
Wo hell exclusively for CASH, to which we Invito the
attention of close cuh buyers.
owfipeclal attention paid to filling orders.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
IT. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Th Fortieth Annual Session of Studies In the
ST. LOUIS WXIVERS1TV
Monday, September , 1800.
The course of studies offera every facility for ac
quiring n thorough
Clnsslcnl nntl Comitierrlal Ettucatlon.
For Catalogue, etc., address
IlKV. IV II. NTV.VTEnnCK, N, J..
President St. Iitils University,
nugV.vlw e't. I.ouls, Mo.
Hrld aiHd Brtdrajroom.
Essays for Toung Men on tho Interesting relation
of llrldegroom to Ilrlde, in tho Institution of Marriage
a guide to matrimonial felicity, and truo happiness.
Pnt by mail In sealed letter envelopes fren of charge.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, box P, Phlladel
phla, Pa. my3liUw3m
O THE PUBLIC.
All persons are hereby forewarned not to clve my
wife, Mrs. Catherine Campbell, credltnn my uccounf,
as from and after thta date I am determined to pay
no debts of her contracting.
Aug. 4, H. P. CAMHIKMj.
Cut disk's Orricr. 1
Cairo, III., July no, 1WJ, f
Publla noticn is hereby given that a committee has
been appointed to examiuo and correct the assess
ment list of real and personal property for the cur
rent year; and that said assessment list Is now In my
office open for Inspection, and will so remain until
Monday, the tlh day of Auxust, 18o, during which
time said committee will hold daily meetings in tliu
City Clerk's office, 'and any person feeling anrriflve
by said oxsessmoiit can file with the City clerk (in
writing) hla objections. JOHN liHOWN,
Jyaoiot City Vletk.pnttm.
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
ALE3CANDEK COUNTY, SS!
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, September
Alexander Milford, ") ,
vs. tin Chancery. Ilill for Wvoa'e.
Minerva Mllford.i J mi...... un j
Affidavit of the tion-rcsldunce of Mlnerrn Milford,
the above named defendant, having been flleil in tho
clerk'a offlc of the circuit court of said county, no.
tlo la therefore hereby given to said Minerva M ilford
that the .complainant tiled his bill of complaint in
saldcnur . on the ehancery side thereof on tho Kith
day of Ju y, 1H09, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court returnable as thelatt directs.
Now unless you, the aaid Minerva Milfoid, sliall per
sonally be and appear before tho circuit court of said
county on the first day of the next terru thereof, to
be holden at tho court house In tho city of Cairo, In
said count y, on the third Monday of September next,
und plead, uuswor or demur to tlio said complalmuit's
bill of complaint, tho same nnd the matters and
thlnis therein charged and stated will bo 4uken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN Q. HARMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, HI., July ll.lROJ.
V, K. Albright, plaintiffs attorney. f Jyliwtw
? Is hereby given that default having occurred in the
performance of the conditions expressed in a certain
Mortgage or Ied of Trust executed by Edward T.
Koss to Samuel Stoats Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
Trustees of the Culro City Property, dated tho IHtli
day of April, A.D., Wl, recorded in tho Recorder'
Office, In and for Alexander county, in tho Htato of
Illinois. Inltoolc P of Dceds.pago 1674ciaid Mortgage
or Deed 01 Trust conveying lots numbered a (three)
and i (four). In block numbered 3 (three), in tho first
addition to theclty of Cairo, in tho said county and
Htate, wo, the undersigned, said Trustees, will on
Friday, tho 13th day of August next, A. I)., 16C9,
nt 10 o'clock iu tho forouoon of that day, under and
by virtue of tho power of sale contained in said Slort
gage, sell, at Public Auction, to tho highest bidder,
for Cash, at theottico building of said Trustees, cor
nerof WashlnBtonAvenueand Istli street, In so dolly
of Cairo, in Alexander county and State of Illinois,
said Iotsnumbered3(threo) nmU (four) In block num.
bercd S(three) In the first addition to said city of Cairo
according to tho recorded plat thereof, with tho op
purteuaiu'cs, to satisfy the purjioses ami condition of
said Mortgage. STAATS TAYLOlt,
Trustee of the Cairo City Properly,
Cmro, III., July slst lW9-dtd.
THE JETM INSURANCE CO
JVLYFIIiST. . M l80.
t'nMi Asls Sft.an't m on
"By llielr flriiilW yo know flicm."
Losses Paid in Fifty Years,
The Most Successful Tire Insurance Co.
IN AM Kill CA.
CASH ASSETS, - 5,!t5a,5:W Dft
Three-fourths of tho Insurance Companies char
tered havo Tilled, proving tho mlslnkosnnd dllhVU
lies of n profession lied on enlnmltr and mlifor
tune, with an Important p.irtof Ira development in the
sphere of broad humnn lnevolenee. It Is nrsroand
uncommon ovent for one of thoso Institutions to
maknlts KIT'TlFTHannnnli(rort, and that a atl4
fnctory one another of life's plainest old lessons, "A
you sow that shall you r'.op."'
Usefulness and duty must he shaped nnd me.imel
only by tho wealth and growth of our country.
Losses raid nt Cairo by tlio .Ktim:
D. O. Stewart $
iteen anu unniugimm M
f. t . I'asensu i.
K. L. Stewart A IJro ,
Adams, (Irahnm & Co
Wil'on A Thrupp .n
J. A. Reed .'.
Taylor, Edwards A Co
J. II. Humphrey A Co -
John Antrim .
A. 11. SafTnrd
Itlehard II. Noye ,
J. It. Humphrev... ,
Trover A Nlitlor
W. P. A J. W. Tlmmons
Hurd, Walsh & Co
N. W. Graham A Uo
Alice Taylor -
rialf. Cochran A-Co - ;
John Marvin .
Of 1 1 tlTti -ssf sssssest..
N. Ilunsaker -
Ilarrell k llru.r
W. J. Yost A To
F.HUlnkensburg - -
J. , Hsrmsn
Hiram ltenham -..
W. II. Davl :
Halllday A llro
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J. I.ederer -
II. Smyth A Co
John Q. Harmun
I. Farnbaker ...
I. Farnloker... ..m -
T V. Hurtrcy -
Hush Smith -
M. J. Ilnekley
fam'l Wiltshire -
Martin Keating ,.
Agents lit oil th prineipal Cities nnd Towns,
lutes and terms as HU rI a renslsteut with mod
crate profit and substantial security.
Stifl'ortl, Morris A Cnmlcc,
jul)"27 lm AfiKN'TH. Cairo. III.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
AIjRXandeh County, ss :
In tho Circuit Coutt of Alexander County, Septemlcr
IlalleyS. HarreM, '
JrhnE. Cook and u Attachmeof Demand .
Henry A. Altluuse, J
Notice Is hereby giren to you, tho said John K,
Cook, that a writ of attachment has been sued out ot
the office ofclerk of the circuit court of said Alexander
county, at the suit of iho said lluilcy S. Ilarrell and
against tho estate of you, tho said John K. Cook anil
Henry A. Alllmuv, for four hundred and
forty. four dollars and sixty-five cents, di
rected to the sheriff of said county to
execute, which said writ has km returned by sold
sheriff executed, by levying the same on lots number'
ed fourteen (14) und fifteen (15), In block numbered fifty-one
(51) In the city of Cairo, Illinois, as the property
of John f'.Cook.
Now unless you, tho said John E. Cool: shall per'
aonally boand appear lwforo the circuit court of said
couuty on the first day tf tho next term thereof, to be
holden In the city ofCalro, In said county, on tho third
Monday in the month of September next, give special
ball and plead to said action, Judgment will l c te ci
ngulnt Jim in favorof tho ml. I plalritlfrand the prop'
erty attached sold to satisfy thosamtvwith costs. .
' JCHN QllAltMAN,aeik
Cnlro, III., July so. liw.
Allen, Welh Allutlcr, plalntllfs attorneys,
TATE OF ILLINOIS,
In the Circuit Court of Alexander fount) September
Samtiel Staals Tuj lor mid Edwin Parsons 1
Trnite es of the t uiro City Property, Ifmj,-,. e,y
Charles Sehonemeyer'and Andrew Pppp. j
Illll to enforce Vendor' Lien.
Affidavit of Jho non-resldenro of Andrew Popp, one.
ofthoatiova named defendants having been filed In
tbo Clerk's office of tho Circuit Court of said county,
notice Is therefore hereby given to the sold Andrew
Popp, that tho romplainants filed their bill of com
plaint In the above entitled cause In said Court on the
Chancery slda thereof, on the 3rd day of July. 1M9.
and that thereupon a summons issued out of said
Court returnable as the law directs. Now, unless you
tho said Andrew Popp shall personally bo and appear
before tho Circuit Court oi snbl County on tho first
day of the next tormtherer, iu bo holden at tho Court
House iu the City of Ca.o, hi ttid County, on the
Third Monday of September next, and plead, answer
or demur to tho sahi complainants bill of complaint,
the same and the matt' r$ and things therein charged
and stated will he Ink' n as confessed, and n decree
entered against ion uivordlng to the prayer of said
bill. JOHN q. II AIIMAN. Clerk.
(irecn t Oltlrt, Pitt's Attjs. JylSwSw
TATE OF ILLINOIS,
ALEXANDER COUNTY, S3:
In the Circuit Court of Alex li ler County, September
Henderson M. Ilulcn, Jn AtUplirnPn,
John Davis.' J Ionian.! SI27W.
.Notice Is iiereby given to jou, 'i' said John Daus,
that n writ or attachment has br ' ,loui "f 'opf
rice of tho clerk of the clrcui t t Alexander
county, ut tho suit of (ho said II ;on if. llulen
and ogalust tho estate oryou, tho I John Davis for
one hundred and twenty-seven "fH and ninety,
nlnoccnts, besides Interest, directed to tho sherd! of
said county to oxeoute, which said writ has been re
turned by i-aid Hlur.il lae-uted, by levying ipon the
property of said Davis. ,.,,., .
Now unless vou, the said John Davis shall personal
ly bo and appear before tho circuit coutt of said coun
ty, on tho first dy of tho next term theroof, to be
holden in tho Cliy pi ' " comy, n
Jlonday In theinonlh of September nxl, give sprcfal
ball and plead tu ssid action, Judgment will bo enlrcd
aaainstj'ouiu favor of the said plalntitTan l ho prop
ertv attached sold to Ntlisfy tho same with costs
"r JOII Q.HARMAK, Uerk
...i in t.ilt OiK tlsa
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(ico. V. MoKeol;, plalatlir'i attwy. Jy.dltwe