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DA1XY ME LITION,J
J; TUESDAY EVENING. AtfGfUST 10 1869.
JOHN H. OBEELY & CO
ANOTHER OLD PIONEER GONE.
The Hon" SMhl fcak'er, H'en.V Jfed
at his home In Alton, on Saturday morn
ing Jaflt, In tho 77th year of tils ago.
Mr. Baker was among the first nettlera
Ui IlllbblilitrlngilocatcJ'in Kak8kla,
Randolph county, soraotlilug over h half
wentary ago , In the early hlatory of the
Htate ho was elected to the United Stated
Senate, and slnco that time filled various
positions of trust and honor. As a law
yer be ranked among tho most able and
dUUaguiHbd,of, the State and nation.
No man has been morsoloaely connect
wUh.tbsclyiciiistory of Illinois, nodes
pcclally tno southern portion of It, than
David J. Baker, Sen. With all those
Measures and enterprises calculated to
develop tho ctrttatry and add to H pros
perity of. tho people he was iatliute
ly conaeoted. Always a steadfast friend
to Cairo be lived and died in tho belief
that here,. at ihejunction of tueeo rivers,
must grow into beiug the great central
emporium of the BIUllppl Valley. His
name 'is connected with tho earliest
movement looking to the foundation of
a city here, and at-the tinio of hit death,
bo owned a large land estate in and
about the city.
He in the father of Judgp D. J. Baker,
nf thlscltv: of Judgo 11. S. Baker, of
Alton, and of E. L. Baker, editor of th
Mnrinufleld 'Journal.' Ho waa weI
known throughout Illliiolnaud the
joining State, uud all who knew mm
will learn of his decnUe whh feeling of
This notice waa prepared for ytater
day's issue, but was crowded out
THE NEW TENNESSEE SESAXOIi.
ThOjprobablllty that Andrew Johnson
will be returned to the senate from
TeuncMtco excites a great deal of com
ment In political circles in Washington.
A few favor his election ou account of
tiie auuoyance it would occasion the
radical senator; but a great majority
of tboe who have considered the sub
ject, including somo of the best friends
of the ex-President, earnestly deplore
any attempt to secure hi election to the
senate. In general it is thought his re
tirement to private lifo at this time,
after having filled so may offices of trust
and (honor, would be more conducive
to tho public good of UU state uud coun
try. It in altogether probable that eeltber
Andrew Johnson nor ills friends will
can whether the political rings of Wash
ington aro pleased or displeased. They
will be apt to act without auy reference
totlteeflect their ucttou may have on
thoio "best friends" who would deplore
lien. Vim. H. Anderson Tor the Coutltu
- tioual Cetiveatien.
titAHDASb OrilCZ. I
neutpn, 111 , Auguit 7. Um. f
EiU. Cairo Bulletin: Tho democratic
primary election for tho nomination of
candidates, took place in l-ruuKlin coun
ty GBiyeeterday, tho Gilt inst. 1 ho re-
tarn are all In, which how that a pret
ty full vote of the democracy was polled
In all the pieclucts.
Gen. Wm. B. Anderson and Major T.
8. Casey, of Jofieraou county, were com
petitors for tho nomination as delegate
to represent the 6th district, composed of
the counties of Jellersou and lrauklln,
in the Constitutional Convention, with
tho following decisive result:
Wm, B.MAnderon .........95 rlea.
T 8. Ossy i -' Ct
Gen. Anderson's nuyorlty,...MT votes.
The result In this, county places the
nomination of Auderaon beyond doubt
in the District. Yours respectfully,
J. 8. Bawl
The citizens of Pulaski county are still
exercised over the county seat question
Those who opposed lis removal from Cal
edonla to Mound City lnsist.that tho re
moval was effected by illegal votes, and
that a majority of bona fide voters and
property holders aro unalterably opposed
to its location there. On tho other hand
Mound City olaima that all the provis
ions of the law uudor which tho election
was held was compiled with, that tho
opponents of Jthe removal failed to show
fraudulent voting sufficient to change the
veault, jvhlle the matter was ponding be-
lore mo tjourujj ui ouu o iuviui
averso to a reopening of tho agitation.
All the precincts of tho coanty, except
Mound City, or rather persons claiming
to represent tnoao prcclnots, bavo issued
a call for a mass convention at Caledo
nia on the 4th day of Beptomber, tho ob
jeofbotng to ascertain
1st. Tho senso of tho people In regard
to the present locatlou of the county
HudlyfTotaUo measures to provide for
' r (he speedy erection of county buildings
at'Meund City, if tho peoplo avow thorn
aolvos satisfied with that point as tho
Srdlv. To adopt such a course of policy
as will prevent ny,fnrther outlay of
money In erecting county nuuuings
there If the people ahall declare them-
Selves dtssaUsfleu wun mat location.
The eeaveutlon will also nominate
eawl Mates for the county ofieea, pledged
sense of the
It la not expected .that Mound City will
participate in tho convention, she hav
ing, in tho possession of thocouuty seat,
nitio points or tho law, la supposed to be
Whllo no expression of tho people can
have any immediate effe.it upon the
question, tho gentlemen who call the
convention expect to show such an over
whelming preponderance of sentiment
in favor of Caledonia, as will compel the
Interference of. the next general assem
bly. The controversy la an ugly one,
has engendered a good deal of ill-will In
the county, and should, as sooa as pos
sible, be brqught to, ariose.
' ?f ' " . u .!
A aaa uttsacM Knott, one of the men
who took an active part lu tho lynching
of Berry, ut JL'cldn, Illinois, oh SatdrUay
night last, died on Thursday from exces
sive excitement occasioned by the af
Tlic-National Freedmen'a Relief Asso
ciation of Washington city has issued an
al for contributions for the relief of
tho hundreds of negroes swarming to
mt District, who liavo tlo means of sup-
A chap In Chicago courted tho nurso
of his sick wife, who was on her death
bed, married the woman a fortnight af
ter the funeral, and is now before the
couits for Inhuman treatment of tho
A chap belnraskcd to explain the par
adox of how It wai possible for a lazy
man to attain so much education, an
swered : dld'nt attain ; I Just hcaH
here and there and waa too lazy to
Griffin, the engineer whose criminal
carelessness caused the reccut railroad
collision at Mast Hope, has been admit
ted to ball In tho sum of 53,000 by Judgo
Sharswood, of the Supremo Court of
The result of tho Tennessee election has
given renewed confidence in tho Conser
vative Republican cause in Mississippi
and Texas, and the representatives of tho
party in those State now declare that
their candidate will bo elected by over-
whelming aalartUcs, regards s of de
Tho "sleeping woni' the woman
living near Hickman, Ky., who has
Mh'ptnway fourteen years of her life Is
"not dead," as announced last week by
the Hickman 'Courier,' "but sleepoth."
The 'Courior' occasionally brings Itself
Into notice by making this persistent
sleeper the subject of a newspaper article ;
and having run out of facts, concluded to
dispatch tho woman, which it did in a
Tho woman still 11 vos, taking her naps
as usual, aud, to all appearances is in
her usual health.
It Is rumored in railroad circles that the
consolidation contract between the Pan
Handle routo and lta connections, and
tho Columbus, Chicago, and Indiana
Central railroad forming tho Pittsburg,
Clnelnuatl, and St. Louie railroad will
be canceled at an early date, It being
found that tho present arrangements are
not advautagoous to tho particular inter
ests of either of tho contracting parties.
It la said that ordorabavo already been
itsued countermanding previous orders
changingthe initials on tho rolling stock
belonging to the different companies for
ming the consolidation; also that the
last quarterly expenditures of one of the
roads interested exceedthe receipts 59,
A prophet died near Paducah a few
days ago. Ho foretold the day and hour
of hia death, and at tho appointed time
laid down and shuffled oil hid mortal
ooll. According to this reader of futurity
this little sphere of ours is to bo terribly
shaken by earthquakes boforo long, and
the heavens will exhibit a most alarming
stato of disorder. f5f,
There aro in tho worW, men and wo
men foolish enough to look forward to a
realization of the. jHllTiegnostlcatlons
of silly prJKniijptj who ap
peir now 'aMtawn Uw all parts or
tho countrykflWuat strange
thattheso prophets Invariably forotell
ovll novor good.
Evausvlllo Is much enthused over tho
prospects' of what is called tho Evans
villo, Carta! and Paducah railroad.
That our readers may understand what
this road amounts to wo append tho fol
lowing paragraph from tho Shawnee-
Tho Evansvlllo road is only Imaginary.
They have not as much as n freed among
themselves whether they will go to Padu
cah. St. Louis Mattoou, or whether a
road ahall bo built to Illinois at all.
Tbero ia not a dollar's worth of stock
taken in the enterprise, outside of Ev
ansvllle, and very littlo there, and wo
Infer therefore that they are in a far
worse condition than the Cairo A Vln
cennea railroad, and that tho rush
towards their road can hot be very great
for some time to come
to carry Into.
Judgo Thurman, of Columbus, Ohio,
has mado public a letter from Gen Bos
ecrane, from which it appears that tbo
General does not consider hlmtelf a citi
zen of Ohio. This will compel the ae
semWiag of another State Convention,
an tho Stato Central Committee will
hardly take tho responsibility of making
a new nomination.
Tho Stato Central Committeo will
meet to-morrow (Wednesday) to take
action in the premises:
Ban Kranclsco, Cal , August 7.
tlton. A. 0. Thurman, Columbuit, Ohio:
After the war I resigned a very desira
ble position in tho army and left my
State to secure at least tho possibility of
fulfilling duties deemed sacred to my
eredltors and family. Thesa duties now
forbid me the honor of leading the De
mocracy of Ohio in the pcndlsg canvass.
X send ajlotter to tho Committee by mat,
W. S. ROSKCKAKS.
MOW FIR DOWN A DIVER MAT JO.
Tho great depth to which a diver can
descend with the greatest appliances of
safety is a about ono hundred and sixty
feet, and for this a bunch of hundred
weights must bo disposed about his per
son. Tho average depth at which, he
can work comfortably is about ninety
feet, which was near the depth at which
the operations upon the Royal Gcorgo
were conducted. In the water, from
sixty to seventy feet docp, the men can
work for two hours at a time, commlng
up for a ten minute's rest, and doing a
day's work of six 'or.sovcn hours. An
English diver, encased in ono of H'ebe's
dresses, went down in tho M dit rra
nean to a depth of ono hundreu and
slxty-flvo feet, and remained there for
tweuty-flve minutes; we have heard
that Green, tho American diver, inspoo
ted a wreck in oneof the Canadian la Ices,
at the depth of ono hundred and seventy
feet; but his experlcuco waa enough to
convince him that ho could not work on
it without danger of life. At this depth
tho pressure of water on tho hands Is so
great as to forco tho blood to the head
aud bring on faintingfits, while the re
quisite voiumo of air insldo tho dress to
resist tho outward pressure of tho wator
is so great that it would speedily suffo
cate. Means have been tried to obviate
tbeee difficulties, but for the present a
limit has been set to the extent to which
man may penetrate tho secrets of tho
deep. An ingenious Italian workman
has brought to England a sort of armor
dress which would ni'at the pressure of
water, but our submarine engineers
think that this would not obviato tho
difficulties arising from the limits placed
to human endurance.
TVBt HtTfOAK. CPITI
Ynm Um Vienna (III.) ArUrr 4
The question of moving the national
capltol is just now receiving somo atten
tion at tho bands of the Western press.
When ourself and tho Cairo 'Times'
(Cairo 'Bulletin') first spruug this ques
tion last winter, scarce a word was heard
iu reply; now, however, publicity is be
ing given to tho idea, and a spirited dis
cussion is going forward. Nono of the
leudlng Journnls, however, bavo spoken
In favor of tho natural locution of tho
capltol Cairn. Tho location should bo
whero the larger vessels of war could
harbor, and yet bo near tho heart of tho
nation. Cairo possesses incso au van
tages; In fact it is tbo only spot near tho
coutor that affords water sufficient tho
year round to float any vessel that plows
the ocean. The only objection that can
be urged again st the place Is that it is ou
I iw ground. This is one principal reason
why it should go there, as this would
enablo the general governme'nt to locate
docks at a great deal less trouble and ex
pense than if the ground was high Our
readers will remember that where Chica
go now stands, some twenty years ago.
was nothing but a low, flat marsh; but
enterprise and capital soon turned the
pools Into dry land, Where New Or.
leans stands, wo are I u formed, the level
of the city Is below high water mark;
but there was a necessity for a large city
there, and ud it weuL Now thero Is'a
greater necessity comiug for Cairo to be'
a large oiw manexisiea iu iavoroi euuur
of the other nlaces. From this poiut
two-thirds of the United 'States can be
visited by navigation. From this point
the steamboats of the land xan visit the
following States and Territories: Monta-j
na, Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Kanx
sas. Nebraska. Iowa, Minnesota, wis
cousin, Illinois, Arkansas, Kentucky,
Alabama, Tennessee. Louisiana, Missis
.it - -i in i i t i r DL ln
Pennsylvania, Indian Territory, and
North Texas twenty-two States and
Territories. Certainly .Cairo ia the Rate
way of the nation, and If the wise mea
In the West will throw away toadyism
and come squarely and coolly to the mat
ter lu hand, a correct decision In favor of
Cairo will be the result. Let the capltol
bo located at Cairo, and thus will be done
a deed that will bear the test of ages as
a wise and happv mnvejneot.
A melancholy little lucldeut is related
of tho ex Empress Charlotte. This un
fortunate Princess has been staying for
some time at Spa. Tho other day ho
insisted with such vehemence on play
ing at roulette that it waa Impossible to
restrain1 her. On approaching the tablo
she deliberately placed a old piece on
the number 10, The Emperor Maximil
ian waa shot on June 10. The wheel
turned, and, though 37 chances wero
against her, she won. Hhouilli-d sadly,
took up the money, anil quietly left the
room. On her way out a poor man
passed by. She gave him all the money,
with tho injunetlon that Iw waa to "pray
for him " It I known that the Empress
Charlotte never prououucea tho name of
A cultivated mind und good heart will give
an intellectual and ovon beautiful expreulon
to the face.
Modesty and taleuta mnke a ilira capital en
which to make a fortune.
Virtue U the queen ef labor oplntoa the
mUtreu of fools vanity the priuo of nature
-contention tbs evertsow of faaUliw.
On tho 14th of Ssptcmbor ndxl, acenldry
will havo patsod stneo tho birth of ono of Ger
many's greatest mon -Aloxnndcr von Hun -boMt.
Tho'Bcrlin 'Geographical Society has
resolved to cemmcmorato the day, nnd in tho
municipal council Prof. Vlrchow has proposed
that a commiislen, be appointed to organize a
centenary fottWnL "This groat man," says
tho profiaisor, "passed the greaisr part ef hit
Illustrious lifo fn his natfveyity; ho thero
wrote i tho most pbpular nnd tho most Import
ant of his works, and lcarao tho acknowl
edged centre of scleutiflo life, proving himself
on all occasions tho kind nnd enlightened
patron of the learned 'and intelligent. In tho
days of national despondency and difficulty
ho did not distain to take part, llko a good cit
izen, In th assemblies of the burghers. It Is,
(therefore, tho duty of tho community to fcon
ror becomingly the moraory of tho great man
who -wm ono oi us aisunguisneu members."
Alexander von Humboldt, after many yen's
spent In investigating fho secrets of naturo in
tho old world nnd tho new, roturncd to spend
the evening of life in his native land, and was,
at his own request, buried in his garden at
Tcgiil, by tho sido or his friund and brother
"NVillinm, who had preceded hlnito the tomb.
Wa regret to lenrn thnt tho venerable Nn
thnn Lord, cx-Prcsldcnt of Dartmouth Col
lege, urns seized with paralysis of his limbs n
tho 13th, while riding through tho streets of
Hanover nlono in his carriage. Tho attack
camo upon him so suddenly thnt ho fell for'w ard
nnd struck his head upon tho dasher of tho car
riage, cutting his forehead badly. "Whllo in
this condition n student's attention was at
tracted by his groaning and singular position.
Tim student called another, and took tho old
gentleman to his home, whero Dr. Dixio
Crosby v.-ns summonad. On the ISth ho was
nblo to speak, and at first speko of himself as
if ho had bocn thrown forward in his carriage,
nnd his illness was tho result of Injuries re
ceived in that mnnnar. Though tho numb
ness cf his limbs continued, ha was much !m-
S roved, but wilfhot, of course, deliver tho ad
rcss which he was intending to do at tho Can
ten ory. New HampMrc Jfatriol, July 16.
Arc l'n h ftlnve
To the uir. or To))eco ? Do you wlh to quit Uie fit
tbrhftblt? Of couro you dr. Thrn get Ilurton'a
Tubtcco AnlLJoU, m! jou will not only bo curfj of
th use or tobacco but you will not crave it again.
Such la thft experience of hundred. Many in Cairo
have urcd it and found it In etery way effectual. Get
a box and try it. It youllriiatadUUace.iend fifty
cants to Darclay OroUien, Cairo, and they will send
you a box, by rtiurn mail.
Toe the girl or boy who doea not lilcftTOLU. At
the Drug HWre, oa the- Lctcc, you can get a alee
aweet article tb t doesn't stick to tho teeth. Now li
your time during Tucxllon.
BrandteM, W hi alt I cm, Win ok.
For medical purposes enly, at wholeialaand retail,
by UxrcUy flrothen.
This aorr anil reliable artieleii msnufiu lured, ra.
epmmeji.drJandforaalo by Uarclay llrotliera. Used
forcemcntlnitwood.leaiher'. gla, chtnaware, etc.
And thoje who aro older; young men and old men:
the rich and poor ; those who bavo black Mowing lockit
those who we (jray s and those who, having lost tholr
ble Hair llestor&tlve.
csin.ni, use iiarreti'a veeeta-
If yon have not used it k at
once and get a bottle, llarclaya' Is the place, a ihelr
ittore Is the gcn-ral headquarter for tn article In
Bouthern Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri.
The demand for thla article haa so Increased as to
necessitate the purchase of another large supply. We
have the true article as made by the noted manufactu
rers, Msrceron and Bresson. For oltbor kind, go to
Fer Nale-Fly Killer.
Go to Barclays' and get a sheet of Putchtr'a Light
ning Kly I'aper the genuine article. Ono sheet will
Ull a quart uf Kllea.
If you wantthe pure article, from tho original pack-
ages, recelvtd direct from Sunny Slope vineyards, Los
Angeloe county, California, go to
neve it. Angelica ran,
Bine Lick Water.
Aaclsar and lively as waen drank at the Springs,
The virtues of then waters bava been and aro being
tested to the great benefit and satisfaction of many of
ourcitiien. As dealt out at ha counter of Barclay
toga, Afteen I
iiruui.ra. Miry turn coot nu reiresning. nors-
tickets wr one dollar ; ss ten tickets for
Blue Lick twenty gUwxw for one dollar.
Paints, oils, and colon of all kinds cheap for cash
The Flower of Flowers. Thla new and popular and
delightful hundkcrchief eilrscn roanufacturiHl bv the
celebrated Ram sac!, of raris, is to be had at the Drug
atnre on tho Levee. In the Perfumery line It is the
"siue qua non" awoag the tpper-ten-dom. lo bo re
cognUed as a person o? ''elegant Usle" you must use
CIILOIIIPRLIMK, CAUBOLIU ACID, CHLORIDE
Of HODA, fUl.VBKI7.Kl OOffRK, for aalo cheap at
Barclays'. Clcause your premises. If you want good
health you must breathe pure air.
The purest and best articles of extracts of Lerooa
and Vanilla, fur flavoring ico croam, jellies, pudding,"
etc. To bo hail at BorcUya'. .
Pure Crcan sf Tartar.
The nest English Hoda, Jamaica Ginger, clean and
fresh. I'ure tllsplce, Black I'epper, Nulmfgs, t'inna
mon Bar k, etc,, at B trclay Brothers.
Blackberry WhiuHud Cordial.
Of extra quality. Now is (he'timo to use n pure art!
clo. For .ale aud guaranteed by Barclay Bruthcrc
Florida Water; Bay Rum and Cologbea for tho toil
et and the With Consult yourcomfort during this hot
weather und uso these refreshing articles. At tho
Drug aturo on the Loveeyuucau gut what you want iv
Jiut thnaoap for bathing. It doea not .let. No
dongornf loiing lta itflouta on the surface of tho
water. At Barclays,, ;
Basin's tooth Dowders ami nastes. French an
French and En
glish preparations for the teoth, and toethpowil
superior quoluy of our own make. Call and take
choice at Barclays'.
Tooth brushes, enoa brushes, paintbrushes, and
brushes of all kinds, at Barclays.'
if ami tier Brae aw.
you caalget the PIVOT ACTION
Wholesale and retail doaler In
PURE CRYSTAL ICE,
Corner Eighth Sired and Ohio Lcvm.
Ico delivered to all parti of the city. All orders from
abroad promptly 0lis(f ' aplistoeepl
pURE CRYSTAL LAKE IOE.
GEO. T. CCSIIIKG,
63 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois, is prepared to furalaii
cititons or steambo ts with the above pure article of
ica at the lowe.t market prloe Cillxons will be re
gularly supplied by honest, accommodating sales.
Orders from abroad snlle lied. mvCMSrn
"yiLLLAM W. THORNTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
ber, :a lain leva
Cedar Pasts, Doors, 8sli, Bliuds avisd Wlaw
OHce on Tenth Street,
jBetwcen Commercial and Waahlngtor Arentiea,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. 'J
Rock Rixtr Paptr Cdmpantft Shtaihxng, Felt
II. W. John's Improved Rooias;
Asbtstoa Cement alvraya ess kavsasl
In large or email quantities. (
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
ALKXANDER CoUIfTY, Mt
In the Circuit Court of Aloxander County, Beptember
. Term, 1809.
Bailey 8. Uarrell,
J hn E. Conk and
Uenry A. AUhouse,
In Attachmeot. Demand
none is nereoy
ven to vuu. the aald John B.
Cook, thatawritofattachtneut has been sued out ot
the office of clerk of the circuit court of sail Alexander
county, at the ault or the sola) Ilalley H. llarrtll, sssaT
against the estate of you, the aald John B.Cook aast
llenry A. Allhuuse, for four , hundred aaa)
forty-four dollars anil' sixty-five n reals, tU
reeled to thn sheriff of ssid county le
sheriff executetl, by levy inr the anrne on lots number
ed fourteen (HI and fifteen (IS), In block numbered fif
ty Mine (31) iu the city of Cairo, Illinois, ai the property
of John r;. Cook.
Nowunlesayoti, tho said John K. Cook shall per
sonally be ami appear Uforo the circuit court of aaii
endnty on the first day Cf tho next term thereof, to ba
holdcn iu tho city of Cairn. In said county, on tho third
mecuie, wnicn sain writ lias oten reiumca ry
bull and plead tn said action, Judgment will tie entered
against you In favor of tho sal I plaJntitTand tho prop-
Klij hiwiciicu euui (usmifir iiivnaino wiiii cobm.
JC1IN Q. HAItMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, III.. July 50, 1SJ3,
AIl-ii, Webb X Butter, pUintiiT's attorneys,
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Alexander County, act
In tbo Circuit Coutt of Aluxxnder County, Hcptomltr
Henderson M.Hulen.i ,aAtUchen,.
John Davis.' , J lmu4mvf.
Notice Is hereby lt en to you, the said John Davis
that a writ of attach ii.nl has been sued out of the of
fice of the clerk of the circuit court of !exon4er
county, at the suit of the aald Henderson M. Hutea
an4agalnt therstateofyoti, tho said John Davia for
one hundred and twenty-seven dollars and ninety
nine cents, besides interest, directed to tho sheriff of
said county to execute, which aald writ haa been re
turned by said sheriff executed, by levying upoa tat
property of aald Davis. t
Now unless von, the salt! John Davlalhall persoaal
ly bo and appear before tho circuit court of said cow re
ly, ea tho first dsy nf thn next term thereof, to k
bnlden in the city of Cairo, In aald county, on the third
Monday in the month ot September next, give specs
bull and plead to said actlonjudgmcnt will enters
against you in iavoroi,me,saiu piainurt aim ma pros-
erty attached sold to satisfy the same with ooata.
juun (.UAoais, vtwi
Cairo, III.. July Mth. 1MB.
(ito. W. MeKealg. platntitt 's
attorney. . JrdM
TATE OF ILLINOIS,
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander County-SerrfeaaSer
Hamuelritoals Taylor and Edwin Parsons 1 ,
Trusteea of the Cairo City lroperty, I laChaaossf
CluirleiSchonameyerand Andrew Popp.J
Bill to cnlaa-e Vendor's Lien.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Andrew Topp, oaa
of tho above named dcfvndanu having been filed I
the Clerk's office of tho Circuit Court of said couaty,
notice Is therefore hereby jjiveo to tho sokl Andrew
t'opp, that tho romplnluanta tiled their bill of cos
pi nut In the abovo entitled cau.o In said Court on tae
Chancery aide thereof, on the 3rd day of July, MM.
and .that lhcreuon a aumuinnn J5.111M out of aala
Court returnable aathulaiv directs. Now, unless yon
the said Andrew Popn ahall personally be and appear
beforo the Circuit Court o said Connty on tho lrt
day of llir next torn) thereof, to bo holden at theCoart'
Houso in tho City of Culro, In said County, ou iaa
Third Monday of r4eptembor next, nnd plead, answer
or demur to tho said complainant bill of complaint,
the same and the matters und things therein charges!
and stated will Im fakcli as confessed, and aideefssi
entered again! jou according to the prayer of said
bill. JOHN . II AltMAN. Clerk.,
iiroon u iiiiiMrt. rin'a aiiv.. iynwow
STEAM stO ATS.
Tlie light draught passenger Kteamer
U. T. NORTHERN Mastsr,
J. M. BEVE11LV- -..Clerk,
Will make regular DAILY TKIFH ltween Cairo sal
Paducah, leaving Caito every otoulriit (Sundays ea
ceptedi at flvo o'clock.
The While connects at Paducah wit'i tlioNew Urleaas
and Ohio rallroml, and tho Cumberland aud Tenncasea
For freight or patiage applv on board, or to
lanS&UI Cairo. Illinois.
Hr atw Hd llrldesrrsMtiM.
Essays for Toung Men on tho interesting relatlea
of Bridegroom to Bride, in the Institution of Marriaa
guide to matrimonial felicity, and truo bappiats.
Beat by mall In sealed letter envulopcn free of chane.
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