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JOMH K. OBEHXY, Editor.
IN A HltAJIBARV.
Prtk4who have claims niralint the
Ciftt) A Si. I.ohIs fUttro.nt coinjmny ron
.Unue to wrvc nollcos on Col. S. S. Tay
Jor as president : but tlic Colonel Is tin
able to determine whetber be Is or N not
Preddcnt. He has been onlcreil !.' "c
old hoard to not unrrrniliT miy of tbe
book or paper of the Cairo & St. I.onH
It. R. comnanv to ny noiiy 01 wen
rlnlnilncr in im a "now board of direc
tors'' nnlU " rol been completed
under "ic contract. Tlic new board
demand the books, Ac, mid tbe lawyer.'
tell the Colonel that tbe road Is completed
under the contract, which, of course. I
not so ; but the City Council and County
Commissioners and almost everybody
says It Is, and tbe new board Is running
It. What Is the Colonel to do t Well, tlic
city don't care and the county don't care
that Is to say, the City Council and
Countj'" Cottiinlsjloncrs don't care, ul-.
though probably the people do any
thtnir about the matter, and why .-liuiild
the Colonel hold on to the tall of the
dead leat ol prey ? He will probablylct
ROBERT n.M.K OWD,
A brief telegraphic dispatch from In
dlanopolls contains the liiforiuatlou that
Robert Dalo Owvn Unn beeomo Insane.
On the evening ot the ttit Cay ot the
month, a gentleman reports having met
n son ofMr Owen on board a railroad
traincurotitcforllarmnuy, ludiaua. The
sou had his father in charge ami rcfu-ud
to allow any conycroation to he held
with him on the subject of .Spiritualism
or nay reference to be made to it what
ever. The wicked fraud perpetrated on
Mr. O ven by the Ilolmcses and their confederate,-
Katie King, had given
a shock to his mind and
heart from which he never recov
ered, and constant brooding on the Im
posture Lis at lat completely un-i-ttlt-tl
his reason. Tliat the wreck of his mind
Is a hopeles one Is more than probable.
Mr. Owen Is now H-venty-onc years of
aire. Xot many years ago lit- wife, a
woman of many noble finalities, to whom
he bad been strougly attached, died. Hi
faith Is Spiritualism was strengthened In
ner death and lift strong ile-lrv to hold
communion with her spirit made him an
easy dupe to designing and uu-crupufout
people of the Holmes sort. Ill-talth Iu
the reality of Katie King'.- materializa
tions was perfect, and when the decep
tion was exposed and all America -mlk-d
athlscredality, his pride nnd his heart
were alike broken. The mclancholv
H-qucl to tbe pitiful itorj- I condensed
in the one word "insane."
Sevcral members of tbe families of .To-
uin ana Andrew Musgraves, living in
Union county, four miles east of Amn.
imvc ix-en anucitu with small imx. All
me wen members of the two families
liave been kept busy In waiting upon and
caring for the sick ones. The wheat
fields on' the two farms were ready for
the harvest, butjhe tanners could not go
wto them to cut' the irmltt. Tl,....
were wrestling with sickness In Its most
loatiisome form, with death in its most
revolting aspect. But that kindly hu
man nature which flourishes everywhere,
and which misfortune nnd sovow art
.sure to dewop, U not a plant of foreign
growth to Union county. On last Sunday
six friends and neighbor of the sick
men, went Into their fields and cut and
stacked (lie wheat. Meisrs. Eaves, At-h-brldgc,
Cormac, Henley, Moore and Per
kins called down upon themselves the
condemnation of some of the stlf-right-eousPharUees
of the neighborhood who
refused to nld In the work because it was
done on Sunday, torgctting the words of
him they profess to follow, and who ak
cd, "Is It lawful to do good on the Sab
bath day or to do evili" wc do not
know the religion" standing of the gen
tlemen whose names arc mentioned
above, but wc do know, tbe Christianity
they practiced when they saved the tt heat
ot their sick neighbors was a jewel in
whom brilliancy the light ot the mere
woru-picty ot their plum neighbors pale
All honor to tho good
HOW IN TIIIH?
The mortgage bonds ol the Cain, a-s.
Louis Railroad company were negotiated
in t-uropc, aim Messrs. Meyer and Smith
ers were Instrumental in lnduclu" the
monled men to Invest In these securities
Of course the bondholders wished th,
ruau uuiu unuer tne contract, and the
more money put into it by the company
uuu us contractors t ie mom vtii,i.i..
would bo their bonds. Mewr. Meytr
and Smlthcrs represented the bondhold
ers, and It should havc-bcen their object
and aim to have had Messrs. Payson A:
Co. finish-tho road. Maybe thli was
their objuct and aim, but It does seem to
us that Mr. Smlthcrs. who ha, Imm-h ...
live In this matter, ha? given told, hond-
soiuers wnat wc may call a thoroughly
uncompleted road. It has no snltalih. iin.
poU, or equipment sufllclent for the binl-
uew.oiiue company ; It Is not tho kind
iwu conieinpiatcu by tlio eoiitrnrt
between tho company and Payson & Co.,
but Mr. Smlthers anil Mr. Meyer have
agreed to consider tho road finished, aud
pay Payson & Co. tho full amount prom
w tneia ror a completed road. We
naveno doubt thews aeiitlenien do ihl
thing Ixscau tKey believe they arc right
--uey are honorable men
" 'n "-tquenMy told. It would
loereiorc o unju.tto suspect that they
im.r paid dollar tor dollar tor the block
of the company they own . hut u tUcy
we not honest incn-repmj,i to be
above upld6n-we might tm M t0
pect tlit Uiat atock had been tise.1 for u
llipo theyU-lng foreigners will not
wMtNfiNil tor the purpose, as Is mla
la America, of "grjuulng" tkem. Puyou
ft Co. would not "grev;,, anybody.
They fire I lie ttcevs'ttr. of Jtol.uit nm
nsoclnlci who were alius Jtono'f as.
godly, tlilt ir Pay-oil & Co. fouht
"mraip" imvliodv nnd wc might .MIs-
perl them If'they had nof about tlirtn Mr.
Pearls, who l timloiihfed.r file hoiiefltosl
man we ever saw-lf, we ert.V, they
trnuhi "lrnfl-'', anybody nnd
Mover and Sftbei-s could be "greased,"
nn woiiW suspect, thorn. They have
lHTiiiecnuse they an' such honest men,
iioJoubt tho Irlends of the contractors.
Mr. Smlthcrs wrofp the Murphyshoro
contract, which Payson it Co. could not
object to ; he wanted to lump a settle
ment With the contractors ; he wlhed the
stock lo be Issued to f he contractor! be
cause we presume some of it was due to
him ; he got It got part of the two mil
lions of voidable stock and Joined Pay
sou and his friend in calling n stockhol
ders' meeting for the purpose of getting
tlic friends ot (ho contractors into con
trol of the ro.nl. Ho did all this, hut he
did not accept a place on the new board.
He permitted his co-negotiator of bonds
to do so. Well, It Is all right. The old
board don't care, Cairo don't care, Alex
ander county don't rare nobody cares.
So all 1- satisfactory. It Is our duty
to keep quiet, as it no doubt would hu
to our proilt. We lost favor with tho en
emies of the road by Mug anxious to have
completed; we will probably loe
favor now with Pay.-on. Cauda, Senrls,
Smlthcrs, nnd other-, for Mill insisting
that it should be completed. Wc must
therefore say nothing ; and tc ccrtalnlvi
Mill not say anything to wound the feel
ings of jlio iiMHMjrn of the "little mad"
or of their friends who reptvovtil Uiulioud
holders and take care of them for not a
consideration, but lor the good of every
body in Interest. It 1- true thai there "l
something rotten in this railroad Den
mark, but what Is It We don't know,
but we do believe the Ktirojicati bond
holders might employ representatives
who, while they could not be more hon
est, wonldScost the bondholders le.-s
money than Mr. Smlthcrs. and -hall wc
al-o add, Mr. Meyer!'
-MUTT. Till: MATERIA LIZ IXC' MIS
Mr. Mott, the Materializing Medium,
lias been In the city during several daysi
exhibiting his powers to select circles of
credulous iieople. at three dollars ahead.
He excludes all persons- that may :lve
him trouble; and with Mr. Ellis, of the Ar
lington Hoite. nnd a couple of other gen
tlemen of Cairo, I; driving a hrisk trade.
He receive-, v arc Informed, l of each
cutrano: fee: the other $2 goo, to Mr.
rails and "a-oelit.s." Wc do not com
plain that Mr. EI1U and aoomtc- and
Mr. Mott are csirniuL' a ".-irtillr .nm or
money In Cairo. Two-thirds of it wilt v.
main in Uie city and the Mott seance will 1
furnish to the Spiritualist- an innocent
way to ST-Jtily- th-ir cravings for know.
edge of the science of tieering into the i
blue-beyond. Rut we do obieet to Mr
-Mott and Mr. Kills and assoiiatcs pre
tending to desire investigation and pre
venting it. They taboo every itrson
who would be likely to Investigate to
some purpose, uuless -ome of the faith
ful who haveXrevirenee for tln"SpIrit-"
will vouch fir the good conduct of tbe
c...,to.l iuvoifijf-aior.-. f,.y Jnj-a
ago a party was made uji to
noiu a seance with Mott, anil
we were of It; but before the evening
arrived we were informed that Mr. Motr
na' struck our name from the list, and
also that of Dr. Smith, giving as a rea
son that Mr. Ellis had warned him
against us. Mr. Ellis deni.- tut . -
says iu. store ntm-elf would not permit
us to be at the seance. Is it Mott or
Ellis who I guilty of using the Ion? bow!-
Certainly it Is not Mr. Ellis; ho Is not
that kind ot a man : anil how can we
reconcilea belief in .Mr. Mott's untruth
fulness with Ids high mls-lon of priest of
the new and elevating religion of Snlrit-
On the night we were to have been at
the .seance, Mr. Mott was chained
by Dr. Wardner, aud Dr. Dun
ning and Mer.s. Satlotd, l.lnton,
Morris, Kent nnd other gentlemen were
present. Dr. Wardner Is evidently not a
ood ehalner, for alter he had loaded
Mott with chains, Mott could get up aud
show his faoe. Ho also beat upon a drum,
as the audience sang todrown the rattling
of the shackles. Mr. Sauord. reckle,lv
In contempt not of Judge linker's
COUrt but Of melody.
and Dr. Dunning, pitching his yoke to
the top of the scale, shouted Old Hun
dred, white Mr. Morris, in his celebrated
has-, groaned, and Kent outrlvalled him
self at "Dixie." It wa-. a melodiously
noisy party, but all tho noise it could
make did not drown the clanking of
Mott's chains as he, representing a spirit,
beat upon a drum. (leu. Hled-oe
showed his face. It had a nosy UHt like
Mott's ;tlien up came a woman spirit,
with a uo.-e like Mott's; then a child,
with a noso like Mott's. Everybody
recm, bill those who wutll believe.
fcald the aflalr was a fraud.
hy can't these Snlrtiii'iiut- ...... ...
i.ttnuii-nut mo roiv-tvin li-U.
tltlt i.dl Q .III. . '
iwu; inevan; irn r i.r n..
ttllln.t 'ir.lv I ll .
""" '"u surpriseii we
II 111. I 4 .1 I ...
" ""iiiir, .i iieatfouunig lueilllliu
iiko Mrs. Holll. whom Mott denounce.
as a swindler, comes iilon, and when
uouiner asK lor tests, n tle x.n,.V(.r.
ery out: "Shame'" and pursue him
iui more vindlctlveness than orthodox
Christlaus ever show. When Mott conies
along, whom upon the evidence of Mrs.
noiu, aim oilier good medium we can
. swindler, and n doubter
iue noiicst tests, all tlt. believers
in rmi tin. ti.,.i.. i i
lmrriii V.. i.. ... '
.... .... .,, wo ;i )(.oii
, "M- U Mott will
have a seance with five prominent
v..,,.., n can name, exclude his wlfo
1 . -lo Ml IVU'l
Kuam, pcruiii nuuM.irto he tied, and i.ro
r.. . ..... . . 1
vitn. jMi-uxue at ine window of tl
caoinet; if, in uddlllon to this, ho will
permit us to strike IHcdsoe In the face and
uowo not Knock Mott or a conr...i..i-,.i.
down, or mar the beauty of his nose, wo
win at once proclaim our belief In Spirit
uallsm and present to Mr. Mott as flue
a suit of clothes as can be lound In Cairo
ids Is it vcrj Implo tost. If Hledsoo
ly rl Lttft-tfr Unit tbttt iit Int.-! (jfni
i M .7J-MU llll I'lUII "HI MVI flllll II II I I
liclsMotl,ilipblol-wlHnol Jt u,1;tcd.
Ihtt It nlay he "nld, td hit n spiill such
blow would rcMilll In nur de-frilctlnn
that we wolild be killed. We will fake
the clmilccs. c arc so anxious to know
the truth (hat wc are willing lo make u
sacrillec In gel af il. II may he said the
shock would hurl the medium. It would
if the medium weie llledsnu; but, even If
it Is all fair and Bledsoe Is n materialized
spirit, Mot I should he willing to be
shocked a little for the good ol hi cause.
mid n Mill ot clothes. Chrl-tlaus have
sacrificed their lives for their religion,
Why should not Molt he oflercil up for
.Simple tests like this will not, wc are
sure, be adopted ; but It will he tried any
how. One ol these nights a pretended
believer will quickly strike Itlcdsou's
nose with clenched llt.and then we shall
see what we shall sec. Mr. Kills and as
sociates must be careful or tln-lr show
lll be ruined before the actor ha phi veil
out his engagement.
I.ITI'IU.I.'N MVI.M, Al.i:.
'J'lie numbers of Tie .inn; Agt for
June ihS and July II. contain Maeready's
llemlulsf.'iieesfroiu the (Jmrtcrli Ileriew:
Part X of the Ahoi'e of Snow, from
HlnekicowVn Maga:int( V. . Newinau'.-
".Moral K-dimato of Alexander theft real,"
from rmz'.r's 3!iga:!nc The Arctic Ex
pedition; It Sclelltlllo Alms, I'ojtutar
Scitwr lltvicir; Life Past and I'uturc, in
other World-, lrnhill .fmmune; The
Charaeterle-siiesj of .erinon-; The.Aivlie
Ships, The Inlluenw of tbe
Court, and Two View-, of Annihilation,
iroin the. "vvc'iw; Italy and the Pope,
from the I'-ill Mll Gazrt'e ; with Instal
ments of Giaunctto. front llhel;coad;
Ml Angel, by Ml-. Thackeray: and
The Marriage ol'Moira J-Vr-ru-. by Win.
A new volume Ix-gliK duly lt. With
tlftv-tuo numbers, of sixty-four large
pages each, (aggregating over .'WO page
a year) the subscription price ($) Is low;
or still better, for $10 .VJ any one of the
American fl monthlies or weeklies is
sent with T,t LMng Aie for one year,
loth )mt-iil1. I.ittell .v Gav. ll.i'-ton.
Gkx. Conn.N A, the noted Mexican de--lerado
and guerilla, ha- lf n arr-tcd in
Matamoras by Col. Manuel I'onit, of the
Mexican regular cavalry. Cortina has
hail absolute -way In Matamoras aud
vicinity and ha- been the rulhc -pint In
all th- border outrage- tor years past.
His arrest and siippres-lou will go far to
ward restoring peace and -.iirity on
both -Ides of the line.
(-':,l0V-,A-i: is destitute of lire engines,
alul ln ,,ie University were to take
' uw II0I,e't tlla, cnterpruin
town lias cherished iu connection with
the educational iiistitut.j would end in
smoke. Hence, the IllinoUan leeom
mends the town to purcha-e several Hab
cock Tire Extinguishers in cs- of an
Toombs refn-er to -hake Itands acro-s
tlic bloody chasm, and help celebrate the
Jth t Mluriia, Gx. He ,10 fra.
ternity with States or jvopIe. without
liberty and eiualir.v."
V r.v tr.ium: bis requested Col.
rins, Adjutant of the State, to re-
-Igii. 'Hie Governor :
rave n reason for
the request, but rumor ays the reason is
that IlfKjrios i- otittoni for Gover
O.vk hundred and twenty-five girls are
engaged In counting the money In thu
Gi:x. Cow.w. the present Assistant
Secretary ot the Interior, will succeed
Tin- Juror Iter lure Their Iniibllllv
o Airrw mill nre llltt'lmrt;i'l.
New Voiik, July -J.-JIarly this morn
ig the jury in the ca-e of Tlu-oilon, 'I'll.
ton against Ilev. Henry Ward Ileecher.
ureaKiasteu and tlien sent a nolo to Jud"o
-NelUon, suiting that It was li!ipo.sljt. tor
them to agree.
1 he Judire rcturneu nn.ivi.f 1 1 . -. t i,
won d be at tho court at 10 o'clock, and
would then send lor counsel nnd com
municate with tho Jury. At that hour
there were then assembled in court nearly
the same group ot Plymouth people n
It'll r llli.B.. . ft I . 1 a. .
a iiv.iiui siyiiiicu imu nis private room
..v.. iiiau jcsiuiuav. .nrs. Heee her
came iu with Deacon llnu-onl
.'V 1s,,,m.lil,' r01" was occupied bv 1 1
o clock. J en minutes after Judge .Veil-
fol lowed bv
lawyers Porter, Shearman, Abl
and 'J racy for the defendant, a
and Peursall for the ulalntlf
. and Morris
nl'ilnllfV 11 l-
mluutes past 11 the Jury Hied Into tho
court looking as if tliev Ii;i i,;,.-.,.,! ..
Iti .reply to the question "(Icntlemen ot
il1 '.'J!'"v.'- '''lvc "Kn-'dl ujii a ver
Jllet, l oremau Carpenter replied "Wo
have not your honor, we regret it very
"grec." W U "Ios-lhle to
i lie juroi stood nine
three lor Tilion. 'i n..
lor Ileecher to
Jury was dl-
In Chuncory-Maator's Snlo.
site or Illinois, AlexaiKitr county m.
In the Alexander touuty Circuit Com
M. Orr vs. David V. (irlilln, et 1-
, -Mccbanics Lien.
I'ublle notice I hereby slven that In nnr.
su..nee of a decree rendered Iu the "lot
'th r o T'i) T,"1 S0U ,l !'1 ')
he loth day or June. A. I). 187f, uiao" lock
. in. rBa d day, M nt ,,,,,. ,,
tho highest bidder, for ca.b, (subjo to tho
t-.U Ity of redemption,) at the (rent dour ot
the Court lloiuo In the city or Cairo. Ill
lioKtho leasohnld estate of tin sal I , i.
ftl'Vr? )?V,U K" rl,,l"f '" ? nun,
bered 1 hlrty-seyen. (37,) in lllock nun I "re 1
boveutyMjiie (71,) ( tut. ,rr
eounty of Alexander, State ot Illinois to.
Kothor with the bull, lues tacr o linl I.
aud thereunto bdoiiKlng. situate
JOHN Q. IIAItMAN,
ninrnmr i . 7VT.' -?
Aieil.l.KL Dln. .H
-i i ue nri.i.KTi.v inn(i',ryM nuiuhers)
iioiiiui in two volumes, nut t nior
rocr.,; rot $11; for sale at 10,
MM. I . ... . ,. ..
iiii i;nnv.u .-tuiiiiner nesori is linw open
or visitors. I lie fsprlnss re tlic linct
Chalybeate water, ami me sltualed in n
hoaullful beech (frove, near a lonmntlc
stream with high rocky hanks. TlieSprlncs
arc iinir-way hctwron Icnna u flol
contin, nnd emi be reached by haek fruiu
cither of those places. y, ihviX,s,
dune il, Xb'b. fi il-Jw.
i2f"XX Amlwr and While nig stock
envelopes at thellrt.Lr.Ti.v ofllre, printed,
?;i .Kiamit wilier M.
Obstacles to Marriaye.
llajipy rcllcffor vouiivmen trm thn nf
feels of orron and alic In early life.
Manhood restored. ImnddhnciiU to mar
rlaL'o removed. Now metlind of trpnlinnm
Now and remarkable remedies. I!ool.s
and e'lvulsrs sent free, In scaled envelopes.
AiJdrof, IIOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, Hit
N. tilth street, Philadelphia, Pa.-an lnt:
tntlon lialnL':ihlL'h rriuitation for lionor.
at le conduct and proloson.il MI,
I l-.l v W"lll.
is to the treatment of all .!caj. Irom the
mlMcit ailment to the deadliest epMomfc,
but the fact llial the Vidllornla Vinegar
lllttrrs Is eoiiiiuorlnif maladies widen h ivo
iltllcd tho faculty, ret ders these profes--
lonat d'ncrciicts of little cou-eniience.
While Dyvpcpdii, (Jout, Ithcuiuatl'in. I'ri
nary Couipliluts, lillliotisiicss, Nervous
llabllltlcs, aid ulldisoidcis not oru'anle.
are obliterated by this matchless vegetable
lon'e ami altcrathc, who t-Hre fnr "pin
Ion ? O-ls-IXtv-tw.
A .liver plated No. U Wi'soiisLultlesew.
tig Machine, hard (plauo. llnhh, valued at
?S.". Will be sold at ?2o dlcoimt, i n cood
term-, andor.h rcd direct from tbe f.ictnn.
A No.d WllfJii Shuttle -cwin.' .Mailnue
valued at Will be sold at sKi dNeount
nnd orderetl ditcct (rr m the fa. ton .
A ?V0 lienilDton ScwIdu Maehine-
olt'for cah. MllUble for Ulloror l.nnt anil
At a bsrsnlii. ind ouirood term, a Howe
Sewin; Mtehln.-. May be seen t the Com-
rany's oillce, corner Matli trrt nd Com.
"Picturesque Anierics" 1
bound in J vclume-. full tilt
A style "E," 'dough, Warren A-to.'."
Parlor Orfao, right from the fctor at IX
trolt. List price, STA Will be f'old fnr
A new two-hor-e Gamtte v. tion.
'or any of ttie atoie. articles, apply at
the Bi-u.ctix orlice. E. A. Uit.nktt.
OITB FKIE5P AT THE COEJIEB
Ilnl.'np. t'lolhltit-, Ar.
1. balder, at the corner of Ohio Uvw
and Sixth 'tn-et, known to some a- 'our
friend at the corner." has
-hughtered" high prices In Hats, Cap-,
and Clothing. He i sellinjr at "rent bar
gains, a fact that make- some dealers feci
as if they were shot or struck by light
ning. Call on him. and price his good-,
for which he does not owe a nlekle.
(iff the Ilpt.
Or. Seth Arnold's Cough Klller-the
great eradlcator lor a'l lung diseases a su
perior remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, In revere cases. It I a sure,
fptlsk, and perfectly safe remedy for
cough!, colds, sore throat, whooping cough
jronp, and all diseases of the throat and
luu-s. Ketail price, 1 and .Vj cents and f I.
An) bottle that does not give relief may be
returned, and the money will bo refunded.
Dr. Hetli Arnold's Dinrrh.ea llalsam l:..anl
M cents. Kcmembcr It i. warranted. Ar
nol.lMlilllous Mamlrako i'i'.U, operating
without sickness aud psi'i, Couipoucdu'l
by Dr. Seth Arnold's Medio! Corporatl in,
Woonsocket, It. 1. bold hj Paul G.-Schuh,
druggist, Cairo, III. r.5-.'J."..3iii.
s.i niii! kv- ;ier.
Landlords of hotels and boarding hnu-cs
h ill tint it to their s.lvjr.t j'e to call iijiou
.Mrs. Coleman, Luunlrcs; No 11! Kourth
street, between WashiDgton and Commer
cial atenue.. Hotel ami boarding-boute
washing, 7'icentsperdorcn. Koi piecework
lirl. c are as lollow i single shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen Mcj ock .'.c; two col
lars, r.e; two hauilkcrcMcfs, ric; vests Me;
and all gentlemen's wear, Uc. per
dozen. Ladles' drc-scs, i" lo 60c;
skirts 10 to 'JOc; drawers 10 to 13e; two
pair liofo 5u; two :oll.irs5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes 1 00 per dozen; for la
dles tiuo clothes, "."i per doen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
Nolle f Iteiiioviil.
Tho wcll.knoivn barber shop, comer
Ciglith aud Con uicreial, presided ovjr by
tho popular artl-t, Gcorgo ritcluhouso, has
removed one ibor north on Connnervtnl, in
.ho Grand Central Hotel. The new shop Is
urge and commodious, and thoe wishing
for anything irtlstlc in the way of fashion
iMo hulr cutting, smooth shaves, etc, will
Jo well to call nt the Gland Central llnrhcr
I'll.HKxiVt "m LuiiTi Herl.err-.
We will take, at tho Kt. Charles Hotel,
durlni,' tho tummer months, r,o day bo inlcr-,
at iti per iiiontli, undM) boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on tho upper Ho or, at $:i0
peruioutb, At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. Jkwktt Wilcox & Co.,
LOOK HEBE I
tii llallH nrCvrry lei'rilloii
i:ciirMlouN, I'lrulfit, :ir.
'1'ho good panienger steinncr, llaunock
Clty, can be chartered for excursions or
plcnlca at reionab1o rates. Apply to
'Hdin Wai.kkh.V- Nkilis.
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.
'0NVKYANCKK8, NOTARIES PUHMC
LnuU AkhhU of tho Illttiola Cnutnit and
HurllnRton and Uulncy K. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovno.
I. II. I.VNCH.
M. J. IIOUI.I.V
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
EVF1 Xa Jnmi3L.wJCJE3
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OFFICE -At the Court House
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-In Wlutor'n Block.Corncr Com.
tncrclnl Avenue nnd Soventh Street,
v.itii:i v sroiti:
WHOLKSALE AND ItETAIL.
in the crry.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uornor 19th St. anil Cotnmerciul Av
C. O. PATIER & CO.
The People's BuetTjr.
TUG Univorsal Tuin Uxtruotor.
AU for Pond' Extruot.
Take no other.
Hr-tr f.ir I Hill nak of c(-JI-M linn;. '
Injuries to Man orltin,
' hull, Ilmlna
Mraln., ...raln, 0,ntu.
f rfi('iiirt, ChIji, Ijcir;.-
1 S m 1 1 1 ii if. Hunu, .'-.Mi ,
... . uiibunn.
Ill.'l'lllll I.MIH.-H. nr
!. Jllc il. nil iiliMi.
11 Irs - 'JINwIIni; I'llo.
Illii.iU'llM, (Intallil.lt i
, . ,rli;l. .S willed Kit
li.llUl .1 tlcswtlllliifiir-joniieM.
iSllfriicss or sorciH-sn,
LiiliilwiKo, lime lla k
lSr; llirout ortiulntv,
( Intlamt-l roinils.
1 IN. -Winn,,.
'Sore or In Harm-. I ;s ,,r
I alitrrli, U-iirjrrlifti,
son- M.ilw, liitlaim-.!
mi. I'nlnriil r too I'mfu-e
PEOPLE'S ,m,ti '''-''''."ian "I.
u '? ami runmr.
nr-..r-w K',l,.y MIlMlllt.
' t liiilliiis uii,l Jlxr.'ria
Ilium of InfuM;, in
" .. AilnlU
lowil r InllaliiHl Vi 111.
I.'li .-rs. (im hort-, Inter
Iml I liir.. il,..,.
NTERNAL Corns an.l lliinloim, Uiar.
itl or hull- l irt.
TTCf "Hii-s,jriU")or eail-
UotU. U- (.alls.
I Hon orWIilllmr, Vrntl
el Mmlm or l'rtM
U.I1.ll0 Itlll'S. lllKTt
MIliKH, liaii II.iii.l-.
OXI-N i:XTlt. T I, for -al.:.yull rirsl
fliiss ItrniCKlsls.nn.t iwuiiMm'ncl,illy
nil UriiKiflM, I'lijil. lan., uii'l cii'r,.
Iioily Mini hits i' r nml It.
I'liui-ilili't contalnliiK History uml l.'n mull
cl fii-oon niilicatloii, ll'nol f.iuu.ntroiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xr V.nli mill I.. union,
Kotlco ln Bankruptcy.
I.'nltcl SlalM of Amcrlru, K .
Southern Dlntrlcl olllllnoli. JM
Wlli;iti;.S, on llio '.'.M .lay of iluy, A. I.
l7.v tli- "riiiU-rwilli-r ViicKhitoin
imny" lllcil a IIIm'I In the DUtriit l-.iurt of tliu
Uiillcil Slatcp. forlliP -ontlicvii District of llll
iioln, imalnst Hie "Kiitl barKf of tin. H. ainiT
Keytlnne" iirnyliif that the hiiiiu limy lie lum
.lriun.il forniixiliauml r.iii-clu kuH llljc! iikii
tioiiul. Ami whi'iY-.w, by virtue of iro.'4 In
.hie fnniiof law, lo inn illi.ft.il, n tin liable on
thxllrxt .Moinluy In .Inly next, HiimiM'Udliiimn
anil lal.cn tbcualil "rial b:ilfeof .Icaincr hrl
ntonu" uml limn tlie tame In inr .iiilmlv.
'ollcc U In reliy ;len. tliat n lllntrlct Court of
ineiniirn Male will lie lilil nt the I'nlt.il
Hluli'fi (Joint Itooin, III Ihei'lly of irlio,'ilil,on
the tlrat -Momlay In .Inly nct,lir lli.-1 rial ot Hu.
tuild invml-c, u ' I the owiiiTor.iwn. ra, nnilall
1moih Mho hut i or claim any Intermt llicitln.
uie heivby cltnl lo be un.l aiir ul I lie tlni.t anil
plans ulonval.l. to uliotv cniiM-, If any they bate,
why n (Itcrii! viiouM not be ivnileinl in m-cuiil-iiii.v
wltli the imiyer of al.l libel.
prini!ilFli, ll.,.lniin u, ;:,.
,i''rMtu " l,ol;' " MnilMil.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S 6 ALE."
B. vlrliMioftt wi lt of bale Umii .1 nut of (lie .
DlitrU-l Court nl'llio Unllnl hlute.i.l'.ir the I
hoiithern DMih-lof llllnol", In Ailininilly, .la- I
till on tlm-.'i'.Ih tl'iy of June, A , l. IH7S, will be !
Hoht at public nle, to thu blalif.t nil I beM bl.l
.Ur, lortuili, at i.uiro, in hnl.l District, on tliu '
i.lll nil) in .liny a l. IHi.i Ul III O'C'IOCK II. 111.,
the folluwluu- tli'-rlbe.l iromity, to-wit: Kuel
boat of Hti-amcr K.-y.toiiei the tame havliiK lnn
comlvinnnl un.l oi.ttrnl by the court tobunoM,
t , lOllWAIlll It. lloi;, U.S. -Munlinl.
Springfield, llllnnN, .linir V-lh, IpT'.
Tim nm low mmvmn "sTiiNDARD"
Groat Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PER-
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhoro.
MASK ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Oomp y
2, 0M, 010 tuitl 01B N. MAIN STUEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLS EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. V. HENDERSON , Cairo, lllinoio.
. or A r r -.il.. u
Croat He&uctLcn in Fricos-
Pri"ts, Bloachotl Muslins,
Table Linens. Percales,
LARGiii' STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
Si.wJ, .f.f WJilto OooJm, Victoria Ln.-
! Comer Eigh.th.
ijr.-r M..-. f.i wnuo ooo In, Victoria Li..a, Swim Uamallu. an.l a Ij, .
Kl bbons. I M . rntlic M.;fc will I m.m at .mui ., ,n, ,r,o"l
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAlL2IiS OF
DRUGGISTS' FANCY OOfma
WAX PLOWEll MATERIAL,
Wl! ' 'HHt rnrn--iion.lt n.t anil orli-r- fu-'i. !
Of TOO.U In nor lin. .Slitmtuil PI ...o..
flll.il with reliable l)ni(f- nt rMOH.ibl- rnti
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 OMo Lovcn. '
P. M. STOGISFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Dcalor in
JPQJELHSXGrlSr 3lIsJ2Z DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopu a full Btook of
BLoixtuols.y- 33ourtoon, f
Monongahela, Ryo and Robinson Oounty
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KBLLV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
(.! ' lll.'l likll I.WTlOIUI irlllilrir
QUICK AND UNIFORM
OF MY GOODS
St. and Commorcial Ave
(JOLLIER WHITE LEAD,
i'i ..i,;iUii, un, (.rntrnl Murt-J in wii.i
i l nm.y .Mlii-in tau fnniMinl or .
RETAIL & PHi:SCRTTXO.v.
Wr-ahlnntotJ A v., Cor. 8th St.