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SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
. THE TENNESSEE ELECTION. .
Latest nml Bent NewN.
Ah stated ycfltorday, hJentor'e majority
in Tcuuo8co will probably roach forty
thousand. Ills majority In Memphis la
over2,0i0. Stokes' majority In Nushvlllo
to only 8 votes.
The legislature will be largely cornier
Tatlve, which Insures the election of An
drew JohnHOit or Emoraon Ethcrltlgo to
tho United States flcuatc.
Tho election wiw an unusually quiet
one, tho only disturbance "reported being
that occasioned at MofCtfw by a drunken
negro, who attacked a whlt'i boy and was
Htokos' majority In East Tonncssco,
where his greatest strength lies, will not
Tho conservatives aro rejoicing over
tholr victory In all parts of the State.
COL. WILLIAM IU ASDERSOK, OF
JEFFERSON CO UXI Y
Col. Wllllum 1$. Anderson, of Jeflerson
County, Is a candidate foraseatln the
constitutional convention. Wo know
not, and care not, who Is the opponent of
Col. Anderson, tho democratic voters of
that reprciien tativo district owe It to
themselves, to Col. Anderson and to the
cnuo to which they aro devoted and of
which he Is such an able mid fearless
ihnmplon, to unite solidly and elect him.
In the purity and yarmstness of hl
democracy wo placo no man beforo Col
Anderson. A man of a splendid and well
balanced mind, au orator of extraordin
ary power, ho comprehends the necess
ities of tho times, and upon the advanced
ground of hla party 'Where he stands
can wield au iniluence and accomplish
work of which few other men In tho
Btatc of Illinois aro capable. During tho
last campaign n contest which he could
havo but felt was hopeless be did
veteran service, working with an unsel
ish and an unflagging zeal whero his
labors wero most needed, and by tho
tlcctrifylng power of his finished oratory
inspiring tho democracy of Egypt with a
spirit and determination that unmis
takably told in tho general result.
Col. Anderson combines In himself
elements of a succcaiful political leador.
Ho Is In tho prime of life, full of energy,
toclaily afavorlto; a pleasing, effective
well-posted nnd popular stump-speaker
and a politician who appreciates tho ne
cessities of the hour and has tho bold
ness to grapple with them. Hcud him
to tho conbtitutioual convention and the
democratsof tho state as well us of Egypt
will have in him a champion with
whom ttio most skillful and daring of
the opposition will ecarcely court a com
bat, rash and unhesitating as their re
peated successes havo mudo them. He
will at once hecmo deservedly promi
nent on tho democratic side, if not, by
common couseut, tho leader.
Should Col Anderwou continue in the
field of politics he will not only tako his
place at thn head of his party in South
ern Illinois, but at tho head of his party
in tho state. Ills eminent abilities, his
tireless energy, his great personal pupu
larlty and tho iniluenco he wields upon
tho stump will Inovitably distinguish
him. Tho necessities of tho party de
mand that Just such men as ho should
pass to tho frout. Let tho democrats of
the Jefferson district start him, and
thonce forward .the way will be clear.
Put our j4n,ciorjonln tho lead and wo
put tho domocratlo party ia power 1
Mr. Robert P. Wontworth la on his way
to Dubuquo froruOshkoeh with a steamer
and two barges, lade 14 with ono million
hlugles, intending to tako back to Green
Bay u cargo of wheat, and thus demon
. atrato tho feasibility of navigation from
tho Mississippi t tho lakes through tho
Wisoou9ln aud Fox rivers. Steamere
havo run for years from Portago City to
Groun Ray, a dlstanco or over two hun
dred miles, but havo seldom travorsed
tho Wisconsin waters, not becauso JUcro
was not an abundanco of water, but because-of
.obstructions lu tho shape of
andoars, and railroad and other bridges.
Tho waters of tho Wisconsin aro some
what like the Missouri-spread ovor too
. Tho eight Hartford flro Insuranco com
- panics havo taken a census of their dl
' rect agents, and find that they havo
1,121, of whom tho largest number, 1,200,
aro omployed by tho iEtna, and tho
smallest, 33, by tho Charter Oak. Theso
onmnniilna rccolved lll.preinlUtUti ill NoW
York State, iu 160S, $1,009,787, and havo
paid out for losses In -that Stato $1,072,-
Tho tunnel of tho Marietta, Ohio, rail
road Is cut undor a woll of excollent wa
ter. Tho well is asgoodasovtr and does
not leak a drop whllo crowded trains
pass dlrootly under It.'
A man whoso wife is a woman's Tight
er, has ordered a gravestone, on which
ia engraved, "Lot us have peace." He
aaya be don't oare rauoh whether it is
erected over her or over him.
TJie Old Faith and I tin X ,
From theCorlnno (Utah) Koporlcr.)
A fow days ago wo mentioned tho fact
that William Alexander and David Hy
rum, tho youngest sons of Joseph Smith,
tho Mormon prophet, wero on their way
to Salt Lako City to sot up tho standard
of tho reorganized or atltl-polyiramy
church. A singular interest attaches to
tho namo of David Hyruin. A fow
month! beforo Joseph's death, ho stated
that tho man wbb not born who was to
lead this peoplo; but of Emma Smith
should bo born a son who would succeed
iu tho presidency after a season of dis
turbance. Joseph Smith was killed Juno
27, 1841, and the sou, named from his
father's direction David Hyrum, was
born at llio Munition House, xsauvoo. on
the 17th of tlio. succeeding November.
This prophecy Is secretly dear to thou-,
sands 01 Mormons wuo aro weary 01 tuo
tyranny of I3rlgham Young, and yet hold
to tholr faith in Joseph Smith. A few
days ago tho young men reuched Salt
Lake City, and soon called upon Drlgham
Young aud announced their intention to
orgunir.o tholr church at once, asking
permission to defend their faith in tho
tabernacle, proposing to urguo with tho
llrlghnmttcs from the original Mormon
books. Wo havo butt-cant reports of tho
Interview, but It Is said to have been very
warm. Urigham was very angry at their
presumption, and denied them the uso
of tho tabernacle, sending word at tho
samo tlmo to tho bishops to shut them
out of tho ward mcotfug-houscs. Tho
brothers, at ono point of tho conversa
tion, denied thut their fattier ever prac
ticed polygamy, citing their mother's
testimony, to which lirlgham retorted
that their mother "was a liar and had
been proven a thief," with much more of
the sort. Bo It remembered that tho lady
thus spoken of Is tho Electa Cyrla, or
'Elect Lsdy of God," in Mormon theol
ogy, who was tho glory of their corly
history. Llko Pono Pagan, of tho Pil
grim's Progress, Brlghani doubtless
gnaws his nails In vain rage that he can
not, as in former times, let loose tho ven
geancc of his Nauvoo legion upon theso
sectarians, and crush the rebellion lu
blood. If his power wero now equal o
his feelings, wo should havo'reneated tho
story of tho Morrisites. when a high civil
functionary or utan k-u tno legion yi
broad day to slaughter nieti and women
who had surrendered thomselvcJ prison
ers. But nothlm: more than potty per
secutions will be attempted at this Into
. A WILD MAN IN THE WOODS.
Truth Stranger titan I'ictloti.
irrom the Lning(Iowa) Chiwnietc 7
Wild Jim. tho only name by which
this mysterious individual is known,
came to this vicinity about sixteen ycura
ago, since which tlmo no nasavoiueu an
Intercourse with his fellow men. Humor
has It that he camo from tho stato of
New York, and lived for a long tlmo
near tlio town wiinoui attraction atten
tion. He is a blacksmith by trado; is
..l...4 n n iilnmiii l.inlina. rtf (in ml V
complexion; sandy hair and whiskers,
uotn or wnicii no snows to grow iu u
iniusiml luntth. Hckls well built, mus
cular, aud must weigh at least two hun-
tired pounds, iveryioing connecteu
with his life Is shrouded lu the darkest
mystery, and, in fact, very llttlo is known
of his singular habits slnco his arrival
hero. He observes almost perpetual
sllenco, only speaking when ho comes to
town to procure tooacco anu groceries.
Mr. Martin, the gentleman with whom
ho trades, Informs us that bo nover
comes iu tho day time, selecting the
?;Ioomy mantle of night to conceal him
rom tho gazo of his fellows. Ho will
answer no questions, nover aiiows mo
eyo of mortal to rest upon his face aud
always asks for what ho wants with his
hunk turned toward tho person whom he
addresses. Parties who have observed
his hablu say that ho Is averse to work;
ho has booh known, howovor, to chop
and sell wood ou his Island, in tho winter,
when necessity obllgea mm, tie recent
ly built himself a now log cablu, widen
he uses rather aa au ayluru from human
vlow, than as a place of abode.
Tnare must have been something dark
and dismal connected with this unfor
tuuato creature's llfo before ho. severed
all tho ties that boun l him to compuu
ioushlp with his fellows. Perhaps some
deed of blood; a fortune lost or squan
dered; or, moro prooaoiy, some iui6u uuv
fair one's cruel conduct drove this mod
ern anohorlto to tbfeVCwoods, aud still
compels him to loathe and shun his
A special Waahtpt'du elegram to the
St. Louis 'Republican,'. Hmler ditto of the
6th, says: .
A number of leading radical politicians
met hero a few days since for tho pur
poso of considering the necessities of tho
party. The Cubau aud Fenian questions
ructUVL'll liuu UUI'UUUII, nuu Ik n us in"
determination to conciliate tho friends
of both in order to gain strength for tho
party by tho fall elections. According
ly leudlng t'ubans were assured that tho
purty and tho Administration wero fa
vuntblo to their cause, and that In a
short time some dellulte action in their
fuvor would bo taken by tho Admiuls-.
tratlou. Tho Fenian agents received
siinilor assurances; and since thru bulh
have beou persistent In their Uomuuds
(or tho fulfilmentof the promises. After
consultation during the laie Cabinet
meetlugs it was deiermiued to seize the
Spanish gunboats in process of building,
which does not seem to satisfy the Cu
bans; and besides, the Feulaus have uot
been noticed yet. Both parlies teem de
termined to renew their- efforts to have
the premises fulfilled.
IT WASN'T A CHIOKES.
Certain olrclea are agog about a trick
recently played upon a ottyofTlcIal some
what addicted to the uso of Intoxicating
beverages. Once or twice h) had pushed
his excesses to the jcrge or mania, and
boing possessed of many extellent quali
ties, was generous, brllllaut, and but for
tills sltiglo vlco might tcjici any posi
tion ho might aspire to. Hit friends bad
exhausted every possible means to re
deem him, unsuccessfully, mu threo or
four of them a fow eveiilnu slnco con
cluded they would Impress tim with tho
idea that ho had mam aifa. To ac
complish this purposo they got him into
a room in which they had Introduced a
chicken. Conversing qufetly for a few
moments his eyes fell en the rooster,
perched on a desk, cvldemly somewhat
excited in his unusual reUtnU
"Why, hello! howcainj that chicken
"What chicken?" inquired one of his
"Why, there, on tho desk."
"I 8co no chlckon."
"Norll"renentod his friends.
All of them looked, but professed to
"Why, you aro certainly blind."
His companions by this tlmo were look
ing very grave, and canting at each other
"Mania!" whispered one.
"Yes, poor fellow, I was afraid It would
come to thatut last!"
"What uro you talking about?" ex
citedly demanded the victim, the per
spiration starting out on his forehead,
aud a singular pallor creeping Into his
"Poor follow," murmured ono.
"Wo had better send for a physician,"
This was more than the man could on
pure. It would nover do, bethought, to havo
It suspected he war afflicted with mania
a ;wfi(. Summoning all his resolution,
therefore, he bursted out in aloud laugh,
saying: "Why. centlemen. I was onlv
Jesting. I don't see any chicken, cither!
via you think I was In earnest?"
A XA.1 Himir.D AMVK-SfO ATTEMPT
MADE TOHRHCt'E HIM.
From lt Lrattnwortli Tinir.
From C. J Hanks, Eq., Routo Mail
Agent on tho Kansas Pacific Hailroad,
wo learn that the, well being sunk at
Monument htatlon, by the compaby,
caved lii) on Saturday last, whilo two
men were working In it, burying one,
whilo the other escaped by seizing tho
rope, and was drawn no. It seems that
tho workmeu had sunk the wel 1C0 feet,
and wero going through a stratum of
sand; owing t the scarcity of timber,
U10 curbing tiad been neglected tor thir
ty feet above, aud being thus insecure,
without a moment's warning the well
caved In, burying ono man under sev
eral feet of earth and sand. Tho work
men abovo could distinctly hear his cries
for help, and distinguish the words:
"Don't leave mo." Yet, incredible as it
may seem, his companions mado no at
tempt to releajio him, ailegiug, as an ex
cuse, that they were afraid of further ca
ving of tho well. More horrible still, af
ter his cries had ceased, and it wan evi
dent that life had fled, thcto inhuman
monsters filled up tho well, forever en
tombing a human being whom they
might havo rescued, or have, at least,
obeyed tho common dictates of humani
ty aud nave attempted to save.
Jinks tells a good storj of a mau ou a
Mississippi steamer who was questioned
by a Yankee. The gentleman, to humor
tno fellow, roplied to all tho questions
straightforwardly until the inquisitor
was fairly puzzled for au Interrogatory.
At last he inquired:. "Look here, squire,
whero was you born?"
"I was bora," said the victim, "ia
Boston, Tremoutstreot, No, 44, left hand
side, ou the 1st of August, 1620, 5 o'clook
In the afternoop, physician, Dr. Warren ;
nurae, Sally Benjamin."
Yankeo was answered completely.
For a moment he was stuck. Soon,
however, his face, brightened, nnd ho
"Yea; wall I calculate you don't re
collect whether It was a frame or a brick
house, dew ye?"
HOW 8HK VAHH COBX
Mrs. A. Z. Llnsey, of Montroso, Pa.,
sends to an Eastern paper tho
followsug recipe, which will bo
useful when tho melauoholy days havo
come: "Boll It nne roljiutiw on tho
ear" then dry Din grain In pans an
hour lu the warm sunshine, next salt
It just so much as will season it for tho
table; till tin cans, leaving half an
iuch of space. Put a gill or so of water In
each can, und leave au aperturo about
tho size of a pin lu. the cover for tho4 es
cape of tho gas, thou piano tho cans' in a
kettle, having in It euough water to
reaoh within au Inch of tho top of tho
cans; then boll modorately three quar
ters of an hour; theu solder up tho vent.
Tho corn will keep perfectly sweet and
good as long as It is required to keep."
Railway accideuts bring out lioioio
trails of character. Last Saturday two
disasters occurred, one in Connecticut,
aud tho other iu Vermont In ono caso
a jammod brakesman, hanging by tho
kuobof a car door, said to tho brother
brakesman who camo to his assistance:
"Dick. If any oue else Is hurt worse than
I am, help him first." In tho other case,
the first words of a sevoroly Injured en
gineer were: "Are any ono of. tho past
Tho New Albauy 'Commercial' tells a
story of a country girl who rodo into the
city to do some shoppiug, aud after
making what purchase she Deeded, wa
asked1 by a olerk, in the customary for?
mula, "if there was any thing else he
could do fbr her." Her reply wm oeJcu
lated to auiazo htm a little: "Ou. no, sir:
unless you will be kind enough U f out
ad milk the old mare, for I re her
from home without the colt"
An expert locksmith called on tho of
ficers of tho Ocean National Bank, last
weok and oflered to pick tho combina
tion lock on their safe, if they would let
him. Tho door was looked, tho Presi
dent only knowing tho combination,
which was a slnglo one out of some mil
lions that tho lock itflbrded, and then
submitted to tho smith, who in a vory
few minutes had it open. 80 it Beems
there Is a way of overcoming tho seem
ing imposolblllty of hitting tho oxaot
figures. Tho locksmith said bo could
teach tho trick to a person of ordinary
capacity in a very few minutes.
Whllo tho Knights Templar process
Ion was moving in Philadelphia, a rag
ged boy camo naming out of an alley,
yealdlng at tho lop of ids voice, "Como
quick, Jimmy Hero comes tho sogers!"
Jimmy, another ragged llttlo fellow,
rushed out to tho street, and said: "Ro
gers bo d d! Them's all giu'rals"
Tho Madison (lud ) 'Courier' says that
a young man In that vicinity was token
sick about two years ago, and fell into a
deep sleep, from which ho only awoko a
few weeks since. Tho first expression ho
made Ueonf ou coming to was, "Is break
fast ready?" just ns though ho had been
asleep but ono night. Ho Is now iu good
The pickpockets of Paris havo hit upon
n now trick. They folgu blindness and
appeal to peoplo to help them across the
streets, when they rob thoso who be
friend them of their watches.
"Jim," said ono youngster to another
on the Fourth, "Jim, lend mo two cents,
will yer? I got up so early that I spent
all my money beforo breakfast. I didn't
think tho day was going to bo so long."
Arc Von a MImvc
To tho ui of Tubacco? Do ou wUh to quit the fll
thrhftbwr Of couro joud. Turn ecl lliirion'a
TnWco Antidote, nU jou will not only bo eurrd of
th 010 of lotwco but jon will not crate It rln.
Such Is tho cipitrirnco of humlrciir. Many in Cairo
htreuord It und found ltlnctcry way tOVulual. Oot
box soil try It. I yoiillrnatudiabiQcr, teol fifty
crntt to lUrclav llro'lier, Cairo, and thoy will cnl
you a liox tiy rt'iurn mall.
' iro.c thrqlrl orlwy who does not llknTOLU. At
Ih Prujj rft'irf, on the Lrttc, ou cnnjetnolcn
snoet article lb I doesn't stick lo tho teeth. .Vote H
your time during vcsllon,
Ilraiidit's lVhlMkleNt Hi 11 oh.
For inodlcnl purpose. only, at wholcalnd retail,
by Barclay rirother.
This iicmt and reliable nrtiileli manufactured, ro.
commended and for rale by llsrclay Itrothnrs. Cied
riircpnirntlnitwood.loiHhfr. i!la, chlnswnre. eti
And tho, e who aro older i younj men and old men t
the rich nml poor; thoiuuhohate tlack (low lop lockt
thoso who Me gray ; and thone who, luring lot their
hair ami ma gaining It again, ah uwo arrott'a VcgeUv
blellalr lU-storatlto. If you have not ucj It go nt
onconnd get n bottle. llarcUys'la the place, ok their
store It the gen-ra! headquarters for V article In
Houthern llhuoU. Keutucky nnd Mltsourl.
Thu demand for thl srlteln has so Increased as to
neck'ntitule the purchsse of uaotherlargn supply. Wo
hatntlie true ortlclna&midoby the noted munufMtil.
reri, Maiveionaud Ilresson. For cither kind go to
For Kale-Fly Killer.
Oo to Barclays' and gel a sheet of ' Dntcher's Light
ning Hy Taper tho genuine article. Ono sheet will
kill a quart of'Fliss.pr
If you wantthe puro article, from tho original pack
ages, received direct from tiuuny&lope vineyards, l
Angeloti county, California, go to liarclays'. They
NaratugH und Blue JLIck Water.
As clear ami lively n when drank nt thHprins
Tlio virtues of Uiraf staters have b03 and urn being
tested to tho great Wneftt and nallsfaetlon of msny of
nur dtiniin. As dealt out at tho counter of lUrcUy
llrother. they are alwsvt cool and relrphlng. Sara
tosn.Uftceq tieketsor one dollor; ncveq tlukels for
Ofty centi. Biua,f,lpk.ctwenty gUsses for ono dollar.
l'aints, oils, and rotors of all kinds cheap for ea,h
at Ilarrlays ' .
Tim Klowor of FJower. 'This now and popular and
delightful hiindken lilefeilract. manufactured b tho
celbrted Itumiai l, of Toris, Is to be had at (he Drug
n (I. a I Mvrt. In fhA nArfllfliArv nil It li. Hi..
xtium o 11011'' uniortK thu U)iper-tcndnin. To bo re
coguiivit at a penou uf "wltgult4UiM -5ruiluie
ClII.UltlDKI.IMK, CAH1IOLIU ACID, OlIf.OItlPK
Or OHA, fUliVKlUZKD COI'J'KIt.forunlocbcapnt
liarclays'. .Clcauso your pretnitos, Ifyou want good
health )ou mint breulho puro air.
I.udie.M, Attention. j
The purest and best aiticles of oxtracts of f.emon,
and Vunilhi. for flavoring lo cream, JeIllo, puddings,
etc To bo lind nt 1 la relay'.
Pure C'renui ofTurlur.
IIChkIUIi tiodn, Jamalot OInger, clean uml
ro Allsjiice, HUck l'epner, Nutmeg, t'iunn
, otot Hirclay llrotfiera. I M
JUItiekberry IViiieiuul Cordial.
Of oxlrit quality. Now is Iho tnnn to tine u puro nil .
ele. Knr aln und fluarantecd by ilarclay llrothors.
r'loriil.t Vatr JUy Cunifuid Colosncs for tho lull
etand theluith CoiMidlJouVcoinfoit during till Vlt
weather and uo theso refreshing articles. Attho
Drus storo on Iho l.ereo vgucau get what you want in
Jtut tho soap for bathing. It does notslnl. No
dangorof losluu It At itfloal on tho KUrfaeo of llio
water. At ilarclay s..
Tooth brushes, shoo brushes, paintbrushes, and
brushes of all kinds, at lUrelays.' I
At IUrotoya' 70a caalgei' the rlVOT ACTION
Bailn's tooth powders ard pastes, trench andbn
eliihpreparatiuusfortheUeth.and toeth powder of
superior quality of our own make. Call and rke your
choice at liarclays'.
Wholnalo nnd retail dealer In
PUKE CHYNTAI. ICE,
Corner Eighth Street and Ohio Zevet.
Ico dcliTcrod to Ml part of tho city. AU order from
abroad promptly Bllt. upllatoaepl
DURE CRYSTAL LAKE ICE.
GEO. T. CUNIIIXG,
6 Ohio lTce, Cairo, Illinois, li prepared to (tirnloJi
cttiicn or rtciimbo t with tlio atxivo puro article
loo a,l tho lawn.t miitkat pile Clttxnna wilt be re
gularly piipptled hy honeil, necommndatloR mlnm.
Orrtrm frrvm ntirnrul ollrllPil. mvlNriftm
ILLIAM W. THORNTON,
Wholesale and ltctail Dealer In
Xj is. xxx bor, SIiixiKleaV
Cedar PotU, Door., Haiti, Blinds nnd Wla
Office on Tenth Btrcei,
Uetweon Commercial and Waihlngtoi' Arenues,
t CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
, Audit 10a . .
Rock Rfrer 1'aytr Company's Shealting" Fiit
II. Yf Joint's Improved Itooflij .
Aabeilo Cemeut always oil kaatel
In Urge or small quintltie. (. .
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Alexander County, sal
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander County, fieptembef
IbilleyS. Harrell, 1
Jrhnn-CoJand In Attachment. Demand,
Hrnry A. Atthouse, J . .
Notice is he retiy given to you, tla "aid John &
Cook, that a writ of attachment has been sued out M
tho office of clerk of the circuit court of said Alexasdtf
county, at the suit of tho nald Dailey S. Harrell. aai
agiilnut the entnto of you, the said John I. Cook ana
Iteiiry A. Althniiiie, for four hundred ao4
forty-four dollirx and nlxty-flre cents, dl.
rectcd to thu sheriff of said county 14
eteeute.whlrh snM writ has been returned by oal4
sheritl executed, hy levylnf the same on lots number
-d fourteen (111 ami liftrrn (IS), In block numbered fif.
ty.on (M)iu the city of Cairo, Illinois, as the propeitT
of John r-Cook,
Now unlessyoii, tho said John K. Cook shall peri
sonsllybeimd appear brforo the circuit ronrt of saU
county on the Drt day cf tho next term thereof, to be
hohlni in tho city ofCalrn. in said county, on tlie tliira
Momlay in thoiiiontli ofboplemlicr next, give spealsi
Imll and pleail to said a'tlon,Judgineiit will he entered
agsinityoiilnfnvororthesiild plalntitfnnd the jnop.
crty atUvdied sold to xuiiufy tin samo uith coits,
JCIIN ((.IIAHMAN, Citric.
Cairo, 111., July $, 1K3.
Allen, Wobb Jt llutior, plaintiff's attorneys, i
STATE OK ILLINOIS,
Ai.kxa.ndkr County, m
In the Circuit Court of Alexi mler County, 8epWiui.r
Henderson M.lfulen.i , AtUclimen.
Notice Is hereby glten to you, the said John Davis
that a writ of attachment has been sued out of the of
fice of the clerk of tho atrcult court of Alexander
county, at tho suit of I ho tafd Henderson, U.. llulet
and against tho estate of you, tho ald John Davit for
one hundred and twcnty-soven dollars and ninety
niuo cents, besides lutorvHt, directed to tlio iherlrl of
raid county to execute, nhlch sad! writ has been re
turned by said sherlil executed, by levying upon the
property of said Davis. ...
Now unlets vou. the said John Davis shall personal
ly be and appear beforq the circuit court of said, coaa
ty, on'tho first dy of tho noxt term thereof to b
hulden in itio city olCairo, In sold county, on tlislhlrs)
Monday In themouih of S'ptsmber next, ul special
Imll and plead to Said arllonJudgmentwilirenseTteJ
agalut)ou In fsvornf thesufd plulnUffsnd tho ft
crty attachM sold to atlfy the same wlth oottO
JOHN q.HAKMAN, Clerk.
Cidro. Ill.r July 30th. lev. , .IT....
Geo. W. MoKralg. pUlnllif ' attorney. JydUwff
TATE OF ILLINOIS,
In tho arxult Conrt of Alexander County-'SeptMf
.... i.ntirnL'vrr. .
Saiuel8(.'uit'Tn)loraud Kdwin I'urtonil
Trutlces of the Cairo City I'roperty, I fnChtwrirf
Charles Schonemeyer and Andrew I'opn,
billitn enforce Vendor's Lie
AfQilatltof tho nou.resideni'H of Andrew Popp. Ml
of tho uLp
liovH unnu.tl .t.rnilRTt. havlnir t
muvwitk i oMwm.i tika uiruim uuurt ot aaiaoeaiaM,
Deen Biea w
notice u tin rt fore hetcby grvn to tho sold Aadretr
Popp, that tho coi)plaliianls tiled their bill of com
plaint lu tho above entitled emtio in said Court on lh
I'hnnccry side theroof, ou the rd day of July. lata,
and that thereupon a summon Issued, out of saia
Court rctiininblumilie law directs. Now, unless you
the said Audren- Topti shall perkonally b and appear
befiro tho Circuit Court o said County on tbo Orsf
day of tli nnxt term thereof, to bo holden at the Court
llouso iu tho City of Cairo, In said County, on the
Third Mondity of Poptcmbcr next, niul plead, answer
or demur to tho tadi complainants bill of oomplalat,
tho same nml thomatlO'S nml tilings therein charged
Mid stated mil bo taken as confessed, and a decree
entered mrainkt you nooordlna to the prayer of sale;
bill. JOHN O.. II AKMAN. Cleric
fireen & C.lllwrl. Pitt's Attn. tyl
QAIltO AND I'ADUOAH . ,
Tim liglil druught psEngcc Steamer
r wh, wiiitk, .
It. V. NORTH URN .., Maaiet,
J. l. niiVEIlLV - .Clerk,
Wlllmalto reguler DAILY TltiifJ betwtjn Cairo ami
Padttoah, leaving Call 0 ovory ovenlna (Sondays ex
cepted) at fivo o'clook. .... . '
Tho Whllo connects at IVIueah wit t the New Orleoa
and Ohio railroad, anU tho Cumberland nnd Tennessee
river packets. , ,
For freight or passage apply o." b?.ri Ij. ,J ?
M. J. 1IUCKLKY, Agent,
laaSldti Cairo, TTllttolav.
Br do ami Hrldrretes.
Enaja for Young Jim on tlto TaturcstlDg reotlo
of Bridegroom to Bride, in the Institution of Mortise
guide (o matrimonial felicity, and true bappinM.
Sent by moil la sealed letter envtlopea free 0 ohargs,
Acbtreas, HOWAtui AssovtAiiujy, dox i', jreuaoat.