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TUbhsDAY.AUOUBT 0, 1874.
omttaiPAMrof ,Oin cty l nnty
JOHN II. OUKIILY, Kdltof nd Ltb)lhr
TKKM8 OF Tlin HAUA UUIKTIN
Om twlnkj toy errtr
One year by csrrter, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier If not ptd In
adgelfj..u yJ4,j.. :.(' W)
Una mnnth.'liTm&ll 100
Bti Worth... . f i . . .-. M
Ono year 10 00
TIRUS or WXKftM.7 UCLLST1X,
One "Year.. tl 00
Blx.'Wiith'fi , 8
Three Montha..,.,..i.t.k W
Invariably In advance,
Jlrntling matter on ery !
A writer in (La Cincinnati Couimcr-cioJ',-n-wnt
of an interesting Mibjcct
forjU9pn,.jttdck upon the autobio
graphical sVctcbcs of tho members of
the present congrcs.1, nuil thus disposed
lf&ic Clements of Illfnoii f evidently
k roltynada man. lie moditttly
tefSri 1 tai'actlnat lie 'taught acbool 10
ral't roooor .ior. lLa puren&ta of law
booki; that ifr.tmtirod lbs union arm
eeond lieutenant,' where he remalnod
"orar three year, iarfag wtleh be w
weaoded three time, and wm twica p ro
table! 'for zneritorlost mc.' " There
it n loncer any excuje for withholding
onr warraert afirntralloa tresa tbu patriot 1
c: ttrauncg aupeuion.
THE "CHINCH BUG."
The sSeJnty it row f lis dep
sscst cf tznrehire for Jdy gives fail
tocrrsts cf tit range eiTtK-d in iLt j
TTt Vv tie pert trxiirs the "cLinea j
line." . Until itft year tiaii.'-ec: was !
sntrowa cut of JJltghxcr noca- I
tuts tad lita Only one cossty, Hili-1
fix Tir.Lia, vsj -rifitrf by it. This
jearsTtrer, jf &m cmsd the P.u
b.cia tad new tbreatt-as to be as tie
Tt.it.Eg a Tisit.r to eastern as it has
L-ag ba to western Cold crops.
In the West, Illinois and 'Missouri
Lave Leea the two sUtes that Lave tuf
fi.r.d most tevettly from the prcsenee
cf tbc ''chinch bug." In some coun
ties ofIiltaojf, they appeared early
enough to attack winter wheat beforo
harvest and'io make the wheat stubble
a point of attack upon the various
The counties complaining most oi
their presence were Pike, Logan, Cum
berland, -Hancock, 3Iacon, Marion,
Pope, Mason, iloHonry, Caas, Clinton,
Crawford, Kffinam, J army, Meou-
pm, Montgomery, Moultrie, Morgan
llichland, YcrrallUon, "Washington
"Wayne, Piatt, Perry, Schuyley, "White
and Sinclair. Tho' long contiuued
drouth in most oi these counties lias
been favorable to, tho oporttioan of the
bug.JiTlio 'young, insects succumb to
tho destroying influence of rain, and
in eomo localities hare been almost en
tirely drowned put ;by a timely fall of
Thcso bugs havo been 'oven more
injurious in Missouri than in Illinois.
"In Pettis county-thcy woro so numer
ous on many farms as to
swarm into" houses and barns
liko bees; near wheat fields
tho ground a mas of crawling
bugs from noon till near buudowu."
In some counties, '"a corn-field within
twenty rodAo'frawhc'it Ihold 'was con-'
Destructive as this bug has shown
itsolf, no efiectivo destroyer of it or
means to stay" its ravages, havo as yet
been discovered. :
While the American press is en
gaged in au onslaught off the widely
indulged cuw juC adulterating wines,
liquors, beeretc, our trans-Atlautic
eousiris.ih PJuglaod are equally excited
over tbc recently agitated tubject of
tho mixing and adulterating of many
or all prepared urticles of food.
An act of parliaaient against the
sale of adulterated food has been in
cxibtence In (heat Uriuin for Borne-
time but, experiments havo tesu-d that
manufacturers and dealers pr
Ulctarttl.. !.) . t n it,. I rni
i""""- iu law. Aliiit was
done at prat on tho plea of iituoranco
when this failed, manufacturers openly
violated- the1 jaw on the ground that
tho adulterations of various articles
sold twcj2ot4injurqus but an improve
incut to them. Hut the provisions of
tho act woro stnugent and tho traders,
as a last resort," endeavored to btcak it
down as unjuHt and oppressive.
NUnjig jsijjcfl tt parliamentary com-imttcourpoiuUl!i-(0
;uquirc In(o ()0
working of thojaw and conduct un ox
animation of yarjou articiCil 0,. aJul.
terated foo.' During this examina.
tiou much valuable uvjdoucu in
regard fiPUhtViv, ',i,i lmoan9
of adulwriug cfood. Aran . addueod.
This jufpujafiou' , is- interesting
to rcadors on both sides of the water
as itjphrpot unlikely tht jitnericau
as well .a EuglUh .stoinaolis are tho
victims ofrtio.it of those methods of
"pay" 'ust tiro classes in the oommun
ity the nakcra and the doctors,
Ono of tho most largely adulterated
nrticlcs of daily JuBo'was fouud to be
ten. A description ol tlio method
uJcd is not calculated to increase the
affection felt for it by, tho lover of tho
cup which cheers but not inebriates.
To add to tho weight of lea, it was
found that finely ground quartz nnd
iron or f led filinc arc added. Ono of
the most profitable way of manufac
turing n first-claM article of tea to bo
cold cheap, is to mis with a small
quantity of pure leaves n large quan
tity of "He" tea that i, tea
which ha? In on. used onco and
then been redricd. To improve
its appearance, this tea is often mixed
with low grade? of ordinary tea aud a
proportionate quantity of carbonate of
niigncsia, Dutch pink and Prussian blue,
and placed in cylinders tinder i-foam.
T) color it, practices called "facing"
arc resorted to.
Ground or prepared coffee was
found io ho always, mode up of coffee
"grouuds" and of chiccory. Tho use
of grounds is one of the (for the
dealer) safest ways of adulterating cof
fee as, unless it is used in very large
quantities, it is difficult to detect Its
pretence even bv analyfis.
Alum, and rice, polatoc and bean
flour arc largely ucd in adulterating
bread. "Australian" buttor is com
posed largely of bono at, and "Dutch"
butter of Aiiioriean' Jard and mall
quantities of real butter. 'French"
butter is made of drippings and
kitchen grex-e. Corn flour, an article
i sold s. "highly nutritious food for
children aad invalids" was found by an
eisiacqt amlysi to contain is a pounJ,
tHrtv-tbree trains of uatritious mat-
tr, instead of ciht or nine hundred,
its due proportion. A dog which bad
bea fed upon it as a test bad died oi
THE CALL, OR A FIGHT !
Mr. Cyrus il. 3fcOormick, old boyi
did rife up, and has blown one long,
loud blast upon his bugle horn rally
ing the boy.
And tbc blast has an honoot sound
the true Democratic found is such a
blast-la Jackson .would have blown.
"The blast is all well enough," saye
one, "except the financial note of it,
and that is not to bo tolerated ; the
Call will not do."
liutitwill; and the financial note
of it is tho best in tho whole blast, al
though the others arc car-pleasing aud
as clear as tho rallying blast of the
huio horn of Uoderick Dim.
"Who objects to it?
1. Anti-Democrats, who, however,
cry: "Wo arc Democrats, and glory in
the name!" nnd who, although they
are running after the anti-Democratic
financial fallacies of the Peudlctons
and tho Vorhccscs, procss to believe
that are members of tho political
organization founded by Jefferson and
Madison, truo hard money men, and
consolidated by Jackson, hardest of
hard money men I These object, po
litical frauds bogus Democrats that
they are I
2. Tho iMortons of Radicalism
sensible men ; mcu who know that the
experience of tho world has proven
gold and hilvcr to be tho best money;
but men who aro dishonest political
nest-hidcrs who believe tho people of
the West have the Much Money Fever,
terrible difcaso which afilicted the
French people when u certain John
Law used the arguments of the lrre-
deomablo Paper Currency Fools of to
day to convince tho world that ho
could make printed paper as valuable
li. The Financial Lunatius; moil who
would become fanatical on any
quostiou ; long-haired fellows of the
Tilton kiud brilliant geniuses.
eclipsed by an irresistible disposition to
be outrajzQoxuly foul'uli upon uU pol-
ble occasions ; men who havo taught
thcinhelvos to believo they know pre
cisely how everybody can be mado
rich by a little twist of tho wrist of
congress ; huoh men as ono meets in a
Southern commercial convention with
plans for improving tho navigation of
tho river by cut-offs, dredging and
leveeing hobby fellows, as crotchety
as Frederick thu Great's father und
tho most incorrigible of bores ; men
a man can't talk to without getting into
n towering passion and expressing as
tonishment that tho Lord wasted nuy
tirio in the muuul'uoturo of cuch peo
plot 1. Foolii, who havo got wrong by
Who applauds it?
Every. person of souud lento who
has given any attention to thu nubject
of tho publio finauces, und who knows
anything of tho experience of tho past
in relation to experimental moniiy
every person who, having given to this
matter deliberate consideration, really
desires to promoto tho public weal.
Wo do not know tlint tho boys will
rally as they should to tho true-blue
blast of McCormick's bugle. How can
wc kniw '! The times nie out of joint;
the public judgment bus been per
verted; the peoplo have been long wan
diring in dangerous political paths ;
they are as liable to continue in wrong
doing as to reform more liable
Therefore wc do not know that the
bugle blast of McCormick will now
have the desired effect J but it will
have in time. This we do know; and soon
wo will see the old Democrats tho
" boys " of the Jackfonian times old
follow, tired of expclicuu, rallyingand
feeling good at an opportunity to be
Democratically honest once more iu
their lire time; and soon wo
will also sec the young Demo
crats marching undnr the banucr of
McCormick's Call enthusiastic as new
rccruiU in a fresh revolution ; and
soon also will wc ceo the honest men of
all parties tho lioneHt men who are
not a little craek-brainml pressing
forward to the financial tune played by
McCortuiok aud his brave committee.
The prospects of the present are a
little clouded, but the future is safe.
All that is new iiceetsary is for the
Call Men to press forward in the right
direction, and keep pressing forward.
Tbeir ultimatum has been delivered ;
they must not yield one jot nor one
tittle. "All or nothing ; the Call or a
Fight," must bo their motto.
FACTS AND FANCIES.
Motto for the married Never dis-
i ho earth ii dirty while the ocean is
lint man is mentioned beforo
Adam ? Chap. 1st.
I lie thermometer threatens to L'tit us
high as gold.
iscoiisin tolerates n town called
Pyrotechuical remedy for crying in
Music teachc aro included among
people of note.
Is " Btealiug a march" worse thon
"taking a walk ?"
A woman who tells fortunes from
tea cup is a sauccrcss.
A mau who ii perfectly natural is
gcucraiiy pc.lcciiy honest.
Collectors should bavn uavy times.
Their work is always duu.
Miss Lotta has purchased a comer
lot in tan l-raucisco lor SfJ.OOO.
Methodism is on the increa-o in
England to the extent of 2000 yearly.
Woman preachers fo women ; men
preachers for men. No mo o pastoral
A young Keouuk lady set her pa's
house ou fi.e because bo wouldn't pay
nor dry goods lull.
Who is the laziest man? The furni
ture dealer be keeps chairs and
lounges about all the time.
It is well enough for a small boy to
wear striped or barber polo stockings,
because he is a li tie shaver.
The man who went to sleep on the
railroad track found his rest was a good
deal broken aud his leg too.
A missionary leports the dying
words of a cannibal as having been :
" Speak of me as ono who loved his
Some young infidel says that to put
your arm around a yr'n waiit, when
alio wants you to, is a heap better than
" I wouldn't have left, but tho peo
ple kinder egged me on," said a man
who was asked why he quit his Kansas
borne in a hurry.
The strongest propensity in woman's
nature, says a cynical editor, is a dc
siro to know what is going on, and the
next to manage the job.
A singular difference Ca'l a girl a
young witch ajd she it pleated ; call
an elderly woman an old witch and her
indignation known no bounds.
A lecturer aptly demonstrates the
theory that heat generates motion, by
pointing to a boy who accidentally m
down ou a pioce of lighted puuk.
A New Vork judge recently prescri
bed ginj;er ale tor a female prisoner
whoso conduct hbowed that it was dan
gorous for her to indulge in spirituous
A Detroit judge keeps tho small boy
in something like subjection by threat
ening to have him pinnod to tho wall
with a crowbar and held until he bleeds
A CHEAT NATIONAL CUIUOS
From the J'roUdoncc (It. I.j Journal.)
For tho past day or two there lias
been in this city a colored mau who
present iu hiuiK-ll a queer physiolog
ical freak. Ho is ii I years of ago,
thick hot, of medium heighth, of lair
intelligence, aud was born iu Manches
ter, England. Ho gains a livelihood
by exhibiting himself to physicians.
His abdomen is naturally full, hut ut
will, without the uso of his hands, he
gives it 11 wavo-liko motion und it
gradually sinks in as it being wound
up until it apparently rests close
against the Imuk-bono aud ho presents
tho appearance of u liiuu with no ab
domen, and then iu thu samo mnuuor
ho rolls it out to its original form. Hu
then drops from under his ribs n du
plicate sut of ribs, with u brenst-bono,
when tho original ribs aud the dupli
cates can be distinctly felt and counted,
und tho whole front of tho body is, as
it wcro iron-clad. Or, at will, ho np-
parcntly drops his heart from its natu
ral position eouio 11! inches, puts it
back and scuds it to the right sioo of
the body oprosife its natural position,
puts it back and sends it t the lower
part of the body on the right side, thus
putting m four different position. Du
ring theso changes the two sounds of
tho heart can be dHimtly heard in ei
ther oT theso new po-itions, and not
where they aro usually hoard. It
ccms to bo necessary, however, that
after each ctmigo it should go liaek
where it belongs beforo being sont to a
new qmrtor. HoaN i ha the power to
stop the beating of his heart at will
from five to ten seconds at tho same
lime. lie spoin also to have conid-
oraolo strength, easily bending by a
blow qn the arm a iuvy iron cnnu
uliiMi he carries. Several ct our
prominent physicians havo examined
liim. from one of wkmi we obtained
these facts, and pronounce him to be
the crealost curiosity iu physiology
they have ever seen or ncaru oi.
A Kissingcu, Gernany, corrcspon
dent of the New York Herald says of
Kullmau, Hismark's "woulil-bo" assas
About tho porion ct Us !Miln, his
nftino It Fran Kdnard Ludwlg Kut'inn,
nd was born al itn-J. I urn. u co.it by
trndo, li twenly-otie jer uld and uut vf
unrk-lor t!iu nitt wihJc. lis arrivod In
KiKincca on tjo evi-fillip f tho latb of
July, with Ibalnteullon of Lilting l'rlncn
ha carried In his breait tho pint
tbrto muntlii. On the v.y hilbvr be pur
chased an old rptty pistol, stopping ccca
ilonally by tho wsyilde to prnctlso him
ilf iu snooting at marki. Ho doclarcJ,
when brought" kefure the police, that hli
ruollvo in attompting tbo deed was "on
account cf tbo occletiniMc.il lawi," and
po lively deniod harini; been Incited by
otber pe'rionl. 1'rir.co Iliiaiarlc wi f re
tent during part of the culprit's examin
ation, and tpoko kindly to hit wouM-bo
atiaitin, telling him onco In bis quiet,
pletiant manner, "ltlinot fair wlien a
nun moot! at nil leuow countryman.
Kultman ii ia appearance ihlek-sn nnd
strong, hli featuroi de not betray tuiHi in
telligence, and lis onuro conduct proves
him to be moro of a fanatic than n rcfpor.
tible penon. llo appears indlffurrnt as to
the coniQUcncei of liii act and does not
ihow any slqm of regret. Ho ii to bo
takon tn'tbo district court prlion at Neu-itadt-on-tbo-Saalo,
whiro bo will bo tried.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
It. W. MILI.i:it. rre-idimt,
.1. M. Hill, Ml', Vi.o 1'nMd. nl,
OIIA. CUNMMillAM, Oa-liler.
COLLKCTIONS J'JIOMl'TLV MADE
i:.CIIAN(li:,coIn,b3iiknoten id United
SUlc tmiritlu l((jtiL-lit and Mild.
Interest allowed uu time deposit".
THE CITY XATIOrsAL
MM. IIAM.IIU Y. President:
IIKNltY I.. IIAl.I.IDA Y, Vie Prwlde!.
A. 11. sAKKOUU, t'a.hler;
U'AU'KIt H YsLOP, Awi-Uut CaOdor.
Stats Tavijii, It. H. tX'.v.Nixoiuji
H. I.. Hallway, V. p. IIalmhay.
0. I. Williamson, Stki-iibn Jliiui,
A. II. S'AFI'OUtl.
I.xchaiigp, Coin nnd United . Stales
Ilonds nought nnd Sold.
UKPOSITri received;and a general banking
ENTEUl'HLSE SAVINGS HANK.
cHAini:iti:i) maikjji :m, is.
CITY IfATIONAL IJANK. OAlitO.
A. It. KAKKOKI), Pr-idint ;
II. IIY.-.I.OP, &m:reary and 'I'reaurcr.
.M. llAHCLAV. ClIAS. (! tt.tdltrll.
K. Al. SlOCKfLKTH, PAI'l. (I. fiCIIUII,
It. II. CH.V.SIMJIIAJI, II. I.. IlALMIMV,
J. .M. Pllll.l.ll-S.
JNTKtUXr linlil ,n ilti.ll4 nf tin, ruin
l Ax.x tint, per annum, iliirch IU and
hepti.-mbi-r lit. lutcrt-t not wlllidniwn N
auut-ii luiim illately to tint principal or tlio
InlcrcA ' t'"''r' KUin'li c0"ll,c","h
MAiinien kuuku ano :iiii.niiK.N mav
I'Ki-osit m oxer aiii wo our. i:ub
AM IlUAW IT.
tipt-n rcry t,niticfs dnv from !) u. in. to II
p. in., and hiti,.iiay uvciilni tor tatluus d
poHU only, It.iiu (i ton oYlock.
W. HVsI.OP. Tri anrer.
NEW YOIUC STOxtH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOXltT VABUTi- tTOOK IU THU CITY
UOODH iiOUU VKl'.Y OLOHK.
Oarurr ol RlnMi-oulli ntrrot nud 'im
V. O. PAT1KI1
A MAN llilcmllii ii, in IjIIiIIK-ch llllivt 111 r-t
prupuro hlinil to meet, tho reUlroiiiciiti
of IiIm ciiktomcrs; uoxt he mun let i:i ry
pothlblu or probubla tuntomer Know Unit ho
In to prcpuri.-d. In u very kiimll placebo
muy 'i j:i,i. u u,u p(.0pu what ho can do. In
n luriro Macon printed hundblll, poHi-r or
rllciilur, properly dlntrlhutcil, will lio flllca.
cloim, inn Mioi:vF.ii is IN a i-laci: i.aikiic
i:NOIt(il-) hUlTOIlT A MlWSI'Al'KIl WILL
I INK IIMT ll lrt uu; cill'.AI-r.SI' .MKIUL'St
lllllOllill UIKII JO Al)llli:SS'lllK I'UIII.IC.
A man Intruding to do business must
first prepare linnselr to meet tho ro
qulrementi oMits customers; next ho
must let ovcry possible or probable
customer know that he Ir. t-o prepared.
In n very small place he may TI'LLnll
the people vthal he cundo. Innlargn
i tlliiirc it printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, will he
onicailnn"', but UHOKVnt IS IX A
PIiACK l,.VIt(il'. KXOUCII TO SUP
POUT a xi:vsi'ai'i:h wii.Ij rixo
THAT IT IS Till! nin.VIT.ST.MlIIHUJI
Tiiuorcii WHICH TO adhuksstiik
M H S . M . J A (JKSO N.
(Konnerly Mrs. Swsmlcw.)
innounccH'that sdo has mtt oiicncd a Iiirk-o
&kjrtmciit o tli a
iJO.'JT KASHIONA i!.
Mllllnory tlfioil to h" u iLr mm
HIki will keep on h.inu
Hats, Hoh.nkts, I'lowkk , Hijiiij.s
Dhkss Thimminqs ok Am. Kinds,
LaijIKS KUKNIHIIINd (loOI)S, NOTION
Uollai'.s, Unijkiisi.kkvks, ItUKKP,
And all Koodii found In millinery icrot.,
ol willed will bo dUpoi-od ol rt tlio low
cash price. Sirs. Juckton respeciluli
atksa coutluiitttlon of tho ptituonao wiu
Ims bcon so llbutully bekUiowod upon her
tho ladled of Cairn and tlio vicinity.
Tht moit Rtnowntd UpttialUt thi Ag4,lnt!
Ircatmtnt cfl'JUY.XTK, CllKOh'lO ami VUi
XAUY IItE.lSF.S,Hi:iIlXM. WXAKXJCSX.
lb rtlt tttutf lEMllicrvikD r uLr uci. (tfodatitf
KCKTUL'SS'KBS.mi-I.IS OM TUB riCV, AVCUHIOS TO
rocuir, iiiPiiHio siaiiT, loss or uruonT
luKiiooi) rtv c:.ti.y ccitin. tuk ckeim or
UlMCiL LITIRATCItC.IUutnttd wllhcSuU UUI
iuuic( Ttvuiruufr.iirBoi, lr. Tb ivt""ou
UilunUc. Tbitr Pftlur, Cftofc kdI can. rrt U Moti,
oBtlnatiUld cult4 tBTWp. Lftdlti riulHo(iifilAl.J,
IDttdleU fttUrtftOM r a4vlc Dur Uvr td4rti tli4 dufur.
Hlkltl .rwvU4 wllb rflvtt aptflattoU, Vatit alUb
UK, Cbxuauuu.lrl. Uutlutvvlitaliuil,
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemical:, J'atont Madicinos, J'orfumory, Soups, Dnishes,
Toiictt Article.-, Druggist's Fancy Ooods, Collier "White.
Lead ajul Other Grades, I'aiuts, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window (Mass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dye
Stalls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We .Solicit porrt-npondence and orders Iroin DrtmKi'-, Phynlclan and General Storei
in want ( (iood In our Line. Steamboat. Plaut-itlun and Kunilly Medicine cue turn
bhed or Iti-tllU-d with Uellalde llrut; nt Itca-onable llaton
WIIOLKSALB & UKTAlLi
7 1 Ohio I.cvc'0.
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
L'cili r pi
ilanulacturur and J- bU-r of
TIN, HIIKKT I HON anil COPPKIt
WAl'.K. Pump", llird Cii;e. Ice Cream I'm-zerii
Wnter Coolur., Wlio (JIoili fur Whl.
dow Sri-'iH,.Juiiaiiel Wan,
Guttering and Job Work
MADJJ A .SI'JCCIALITV.
Aect lor tho
Garry Iron Hoofing Co,,
The bct Iron lloollns In tho Murkit.
Ordnrn from AJiroad will Itt-celTC Prompt
All work dniic with Dlfpalili nnd Watran
ted to Kivi! Sutlfuvtlon.
AT WILCOX'S IH.OCK J'Olt 91.00
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTOHNEV" & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ollilco Over Klrxt JIational Hank. S-lMm
Joint H. .Mulkey. William 0. Mulkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
iTORNKYS AT LAW
a 1 IliXiS-
OK.cl- KkuI.i Hiv.it, hetwi'fll C'oinmor
cimiihd Wa-u.j. ion uvf-miup. r.-11-tf.
CiriDT-i': fi GILBERT,
.0. ' -e. ' AT ' . LAW?
W1I1... . CAIHO, ILLS.
Mtlkj. 1 .! .1
UCrr.sjd H fr.i. on jjlun to Admlrally
und Slf.'iim'.cut bHluu.
Olllct) : (iliio I.o'k", l!of,mi7 and b mo
City Nation il Dank.
nw m on
HETA1L & l'KEiCHIPTION,
Wnslilngton Arc. cor. Klb'iitli St.
Statk ov Illinois, 1..
i:oistv 01' Alhxa.ndiiii, ;
In tlii cirrult Court of AU-x.mdcr c unly,
-ptetulftr term, A. l. lf71.
Hiiuei Manufti'turin !omiiuiy, I....1I1
V. Jlormi. Isiil II. Morgan. l'lise P
I'ntK)!!-, Wilfnil V.mnn, .lnii li. D0.111, S.
MooU'luylor and llnln Pnroni, Tni tn
of the alro Oily Propirt) Comp.my, Krunk
1I11 1,. Parker, .l.iuirK Kill-, Hit lio ( , Km:: 1,
Muliiunif Mnjllild and William it. llruwu,
idim of M. Ma.Wlbld und C'u.j und William
Pi tlUon lor Mechanic' Lieu.
AlUdat It or tho iion-rildciiceof Klljah W.
Morpui, .lames II. Hun, Kdwln Proni,
I rankllii I.. Parker, .lime Kill, Mauultu:
Mn)IU Id nnd William Morcr, nboro named
defi-ndsnt. hating hocn fllel In oftlco of tlio
clrrk of raid court, notice l therefor hurchy
cim to yon the cald Klljah W. Morgan,
.laititi II. Ilean, l.-lwin l'ar-0!i, I'raiiklin L.
Porktr, .Imni . Kills Jlntjnlns JIntfltlil and
William Mr. nr. that tho oiiii.aliiut tiled
hi prtiiion lor n meehanlc'ii lien in
K tld coiiit on the third day of .Itino, a. 1).
It', 'l ilit Ihi reijiioti n Miinnion. l.-iioil
olit ol j hi 1 ourt rrturnal.ln on the first ilmi
tUy in Him montli ol Septfuiber next a U
itlllred ly litv.
Sow. unlc. toll (.ball norliallv l,n ml
, aptti-nr lioli.ro .aid court on tho ilr.1 day o
I Him n.-xt (Sopti-tnliiT) term then-ol to lo
iioiiien 111 1 ne uy 01 :airo in ald county on
Iho llr.t Monday In September n xt, nnd
pleail. anwer, or demur to the petition o
complainant. the xinu and thu mattern ami
tlilHK tlnr. ln i liari;i'd sod ttntctt wl l ha
tiki-n ni fonfe-i'i and a' decree entered
aAlnttyoii ai'i-ordiniitotliA prayer of xiii
petitioner. It. n. Voct f,
S. P. Wii:ki.i:m, J Alt'
Cairo, ll"ii'j x, Juia llll', lTI.
All cmancoui oruptioni on tho fco or
AN I.MI'URU CONDITION OF
and UiN may, or may not bo SCnOFt'l a; but
III cither casu the di-eain U nothing moro
than an iNnimoi-ii Poison that
HUltNS I.IKi: A TKKKIIJLi: FlltK,
' m ltcourf. through the Velnj.cowlnj; sredi
ol dimtli vtiili utery puhulloii.
In -hU eonditlou ol tiling niniutliin U
lii'i-doil nt once to clc.iu.u 1110 h ooil uii1
SCOVIMS JiLOOD AiND
villi ki. likely cllect thin detlderalum, ox
pulling evely tl.-ieu of dtieuii- Irom the blod'i
und tlcm, and IuuvIck the km
SOI'T, FA I It ANJ BHAUTll-TL.
HundiviU of crillllcatoi tti-t Its value.
Pi Ice il per bottle.
JOHN J". IIK.NltV, CUIIUAN& CO.,
8 and 9 Collego Place, Now Vork.
ALSO PItOl'ltlKTOHS OF
Hall's liaUam for tho Luuki-, Carbolic Salve,
J.dily's Carhollo Troelies, Oxygon
atoil Hitter lor lypppl,
Dr. MnttV Liver PilU
Dr. Uosi-i-h Veetahlo Worm
Syrup, Dr. Ilf-nnett,n Suru Dentil to
It.iU, .Mlee, hiuI Vermin, Uuntiii HulrDye,
nte., r.w., ntc.
FOlt SALK BYAWi DnUOGIBTS.
WALL & ENT, 1
.Manufacturers nud Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBEll AND LATH, A
POPLAR.OAK, OVPHUH, ASH, GUM
A K U COTTONWOOD, SUK- '
IMtKSSKI) PINK, AbH AND V()i
LAP. l-'I.OOKINO, OUIIiNU AHI
L nroilli-e ut saw mill on coiiur of iw,
ty-eeuud Mreet and Ohio J.uvco.
iii mill I Line