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;! efBAW wiiTflEJrw. : ,
nitojor Gaoarai Sanjrulll.T, a proruln
fety pOper ol tba Cuban Insurgent army,
Know n the Uulted flutes tndworing
trtwtktn an laterest in the cause ot the
Cuban patriot!. General Sangmlly U a
Uttlwcarred veteran, carrying nunier
OUi Woundate&lTedln the many con-,
'teats vita the Spunkh troops with which
he has-been engagnd. He state that the
Cuban lorcca consist ol 15,000 to 17,000
men; well armed and disciplined,' nml
that a large locmw. to that number
pouldbe made If they had sufliclmt arms
and ammunition. The Spaniard have
about 140,000 men, distributed among
the different forts and Pities but Die
country outatde Is generally occupied by
the revolutionists. Last full Spain sent
P4,0QQ Dfw troops to the Island, expect-tog,-
ith their aid, to crush out ibe re
1eJlon, bu; nothing of importance has
been'gef accomplished. Twelve .thousand
ffibufipauihh soldiers arc iu the lo
piuis." ' The general says lurlber :
"We fight principally with the detach
ments moving trow city to city, and we
burn aud devastate our own ulaniations
and property everywhere rattier than let
revenues aud proilueo therulioiu go into
the hands ot our enemies. We tire de
termined to aacruilTe everything to at
tain our end. With our lands deviittnted,
OUrpurSCS empty, Without arrjb' ml
with an IiisuiiJcieuey Of wmi od. am
munition loanable us to oapruro h citiv
we wo stand up to the lighc as lung as
Spain can. .. Wt Have stood up to U lor
nine yearn, and our condition, as com
pared with that ot our enmny,- Is better
to-day thah it was in 18'IS. Spain Is now
more crippled flmuieially aud. otherwise
tbaasbo was, then. Family dilutions
have bent her down. ' About a year njjo
siM borrowed $15,0(X),0(X) from wealthy
men ot Barcelona, iBiiging as ' security
thereior the Ctioun custom houses, troui
the Income ot which the Barceloiiluns
have been collecting their lutm-t.; ' AI-,
though she got this money to ulil in war
ring against us, yet she needed it so much
at home that ouly about $2,000,000 has
beeu devoted to the original purpose, ol
the loan. In const -quenee of tills, pay
for six mouths Is dutf the Spanish civil
employes In Cuba, and the roldkra have
not received any money tor' nearly three
months. Thousands of Hpntiish volun
teers would desert and Join our army
were It not 'that tlio Spau-
lah. officers are careful to spread
Um . report -. that we kill . Spaniard
as soon as (he Join us. Nevertheless, the
iatter form a considerable and growing
portion ot our forces. The mom Amper
taut muKDieut ( : the combatauts
within thclaat few year and their re
sults have been as follow .:
fTh battle ot Narnlo.TW tears asfo
wtwmtit With 400 men w deleated 8.000
Bpanlardf, who tost' 30O killed and 3J
wounded, ohr' loss belu 2 J20 Vlllcd and
150 .. .wdundedi tho,. battle',, of
Lai Quasamus. two . aud a. halt
Sears ago, In wiilch 1,000 Cubitus held
check for five days C.000 Spau-
ianti. who war. eoniDtdlQu .to rutre.it
and leave on the tleld r00 men killed, and
600 horns, our loss being only 30 killed
and 170 wounded, and the battle ot Palo
Seeo, about three yerrs ago. in' which
abo3Wof tb Culmn cavalrymen at
tacked an lntantry force of 700 Span
lards, cantnrcd all their arms and sup
plies and, though It may sacra like exag
geration to say It, klllud uo lees tlwu 011
at thnlrnnmbep. while our own loss was
but 11 killed and wounded. Col. Vil-
cbes, the Spanish leader, was among the
atod upon trie usual conditions ot war,
but they again tooK up arms avain-t us.
Until lately every Cuban made a prisoner
was killed, and the mercy now shown
them is only with tlx object ol enticing
our men Into the ranks of the enemy.
When this war broke out the population
of Cuba was about 1,500.000, including
about 300,000 Spaniards and C00.000 ne
groes. ' 1 think it has not increased
much. If any, since the Spaniards are
nearly all men.
..For, possibly good, diplomatic rea
sons, the United State has steadily re
fused to Interfere in the afiuirs of Cuba,
thus lar, but the pressure of public opin
ion mayBoon force the government to take
some step of Interposition. Not one ot
the strong powers in Europe, situated &s
we are, but would have long s Inec Inter
posed, and asserted its right to have ;
voioe In the settlement ol the difficulty.
Sympathy for a people Ftruguling tor
nine long years to establish their inde
pendence, and consideration of national
Interest and satcty In connection with the
government ot the Island the Key of
the Gulf must pavo the way to inter
ference, sooner or Inter. Such questions
Jlave always been determined by nations,
not so much on the principles of abstract
tight as on policy and the power to en
force that policy, an J our government
will probably bo no exception to the
.rule. . 4 . . ' :
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;.oi;; LimLL S I.IVI.U AGK.
The numbers ol this standard electlc
for the weeks ending May 19th and 2lth,
iiave the following valuablo contents :
Mr. Wood's Discoveries at Kphestis,
from the Britith quarterly; .Maria The
VttaV.the JSmpress Queen, Ttmple Bar;
Harriet. , Martiueau's Autobiography,
jifWcWy Iierlcv; A Coming Closo Ap
proach, of Mars, by l'rof. Richard A.
Proctor, Gentleman' Majasine; Charles
Kbigiley,' Cornhilt; The Norwegian
Lemming 'and its Migrations, 'Popular
Semeet 'iiM Moral Treatment of lusan
Ity.aSk'ctcU Of Its tasty aud .Progress
irmmrt" Dark''' i Dennis and his
.GranUson.a by "V. the. ...author V of
Jplsodes In ;'' an pbscurt
Life," Sumtay MagaMuts ; - A Jspauese
WeirspapprftiiAs Ycar .Rami ; lta
tao, spanuii ana ucrman (jomedy,- jvu
r&trUrl0, 8ton Adzes lu Ue IVlflc
JTJf.iChll(lrtJOi! of Itho- Czaf,
f Mortal oria ; I'rocesslonary tutapii-
gthef.wWi4nitallmei af Oeorw Mc
ffSSlf MA1 iS?
i)tffaW4cV new, heilal, an4 Refect, po
m a4 mtaeeUany, . for flits wo um-
"JWVW ff.W ps i year), 1 Vqtf.
acripdon price ($8) (a low; wilefor
OrWmiiU tba lint Age toe a year
?MW VI '.ml IT WrT
i onof (M in montbi enouig April
30, 1377, 8,700 acres of land in tho several
counties through which the line rani.
The amounts In each county aro oertiflod
to the clerks ot tho several ' coun
ties in order that tho property
may bc'Vlacod upon the list for taxation
The president hu.s concluded Mint It is
not ' rxpediunt to retain army ollicers on
duty at tho white houso, and accordingly
on tho 1st of June all pUlcersnow on duty
there will be relieved and sent' td their
regiments, or assigned to duty In the
war department " . '' :. : ?
A Nmv Vomk Ulegram- 6ays Ben
Butler is goiug to move to Colorado,
turn "sheep farmer," and In eonrsfl ol
time return to Washington ns United
States sotiutur tor the ouuteuulal sUt
F.x-I'Ri'.siur.NT Ghant and
rived satelv In yueoustovyn, j?
Snrerl;ai'o kouttiern KtnirN.
(St. Louis Reuublicau.)
At the uoltom of Mr. Hayes' idea that
tuu ioucy of wiilulrawing Uie troops
heretofore employed. in iiitlmidauug
bouthern state governments is an exper-
hneut, will Im'louua tne Impression tuai
ttie states ot the isoutli occupy a rtuuon
to the federal government dulerent Irom
thatjot thif Plates ot tne ,onu. iney
uru looked unon ns In some respect de
pendencies, having coiMtwlerablj; ii-tm at
.'u'Ur..i.-ntv .Vnlur,i rjte. il
ihe eju!lican' i)any lmd seeurea our
venrs " uioro m-- -ihh- mum--
.nimresii this idea would have "frown
into one that stato sovereignty parsed
b way as soon..sr a retate . government
heciune t)eiiiocratie. However, as the
Deinoernts hold one branch" ol congress
now, and are. absolutely certain to lio'.d
tbu other within two je.irs, this develop
uu'nt of KepuhliCAU ideas has been
blocked, althoiigll even the best U 'pub
licans uivAimWf yet toiivest tuemselves
of this other, that u Southern state Is
sojuthlng JcTillerent) from a 'Northern
state. For evidence' redd this :
(siMfCial DisK1!' fh Cincinnati tiazcHc.)
;.,r,VsiiSGTOsi May. 23. -r A'urvtary
tvarla w : preoariug a leitar to ttov.
Stone, or to souiu ot thu governiiient
ollicers in -Missisoippl, setting forth in
verv di c'ded terms the opinion ol the
aUmiuisiratiou In regard to the cowardly
minder ot ..Juug'j Chistioim ami nis
iainlv The letter will be a notice to
the ueoplcol the ttoutliern states ot the
nosition of the president upon the ques
tion ol the protection of citizcus ol all
1. 1 u.a thrmWlinut the Sriutll. and it. Will
lurnlsli an Interpretation of the Southern I
poliev. wmcn ilocs not, seem w oe iuny l
unuers'ooo mw; a"wv- B a,r,it i
dUstttistiiction leir here' ibver thd appar
ent anathv ot Gov Stone. and the letter
1 Z ..II l. . ..I.. .1..
is one in.n wm noi. o inuuuuuuiy
ant to'taat officor.'y'i ? jro i!?
Cif course Secretary F.vurts may write
such criticisms as lie pleases to as a pri
vate., individual- nbout.Jhe conduct .ot
state oflicai ?, but when s he assumes to
pass judgment as a iederal ollloial he-ars
roaates authority wiiicli ho. does not
oossess. and which ho would never darq
to assume In h case of - any Ndrtn-rn
state. What Gov. Htone has done or has
nnt ilrtnn. in. the matter ol a . uiuruer
of ,' certain . citizens of ! -Missis
sippi hy other citizens of that state is not
to be passed upon by the; federal secre
tarv o state. Bud Gov. Stone should not
hediate to reply to Mr. F.varta writes the
impuUCni ICUer lllis inrsi.mi yiniu- n.
"SprVB'rrte Stay. ' """
IVhi-iu:as, For several years past the
thirtieth Hay of .May ol each year has
been observed hy the patriotic people ol
litu United atates.lor thu purpose ot de,u-.
orating the resting plnfies ot those1 wli
died iu the late war In (letense ol their
couuiry ; aud ' ' .
Whckeas, Such a custom s in my
opinion a good and proper one', there
lore, I, Shelby il. Culloin, governor oi
the State ol Illinois, do hereby request all
the people ol Uie f tuto on tho said 30th
day of May Inst., tiirnlngasidelroin their
customary avocations to unite lu imtlcat
intr their respect for -the memories ol
their heroic dead and gratitude for their
gionom achievements by strewing i heir
last resting places with flowers aud
uarlands, and otherwise - .coin
meraoraiinE,"' their services - in
defence oi our Union. - Let the citizen
enjoying . tne f, Dlegsiurs ; ol peace,
liberty and tlie country united sliow an
appreuiatlou of the deeds ot tho patriotic
soldier who by hts valor ;cnred these
blessings. Let sentiments of grntltud
aneciion ann patriotlm be uttered as le
sons of thu living in tho interest ol the
tuture peace and union ol the country.
In testimony wliereol 1 have hereun
subscribed my name and eauspd tli
ereat seal ol tho 'state to he afOxcd
Dono at Sprlnpfleld this twenty-eighth
uay or aiay, mir. "
S. M. Cci.r.OM, fiovernor.
Tlv the Oovernor:
Ueo, 11. . Harlow, Secretary of Stato
The Tllln ''Protpslnnt i:iiieonl.
(N. i. Correcpondsnce I'liHadelphla Idgr.)
a curious movemeiii is on loot among
me mull cnurcn .piopaiiaus, witn rut-
ervnee to the next ireueml convention
which is beginning to excite sume apiiic
heiibioii among the evangelicals, the ob
ject of which is to get rid ol theobjec
tionable term. "Protestant EDisconal.'
to as to have the church, officially .and
oiner wiso recognizea by the onlv title
which is given to her in the creeds." The
proceeding will probably tako the form
ot mo memorial, signed by as many ol
tue clergy anu laity as can Ira got to In-
aorsu tt. , it Is behuved thai at least live
bishops are favorable - to the proposod
Limine, auu VUbb HiUUliUtO oi irlnity
viiuieu, -iicre, is morally
wrin, -vlwiu. oe r inrown iu
its favor.--tam St. Alban's- nco.
pie, us well as those of St. Ignatius and
tne Church ol tit.'Mary the Virgin, may
usewiso iw expectea to give it a hearty
support. The movement, . It is under
stood, was inltiuuid by Bishop Young, ol
ruriua, wno was loruKTly connected
with lite Trluity. . lK-solutions commit
ting tliat dioscpse to the proposed change
camo very near passing the dloeese coun
cil at hs session last npnia at 'I'ullahas-
bto xuia w"i"unj rcceivea itt moral
nupponwine- enure council, nd tho
only oppoaiuoo to K. was based on the
grounu oi expeuieney. wom bos beeu
sent North accordingly "that the dlonu
of Florida may be set down as certain to
The lollowlng arc! Uit rosoluflous in
VfRlMABi thl nam Protcsrarit-KDis-
churoti CAmoho without meanlbtf, u
PfiTiAl JU HfiDIIHIl III Ollr nrUiinn 1 Ar rtla
prsl convention,' and has been a weighty
hi-t ci s "-itti uru ims)ii;ivu ui iua nn
iiraor m onogi'ig aoous tne' oeptoraoie
tJongiTjraiionansimn inecnuren which
root tne disdods oi tneir authunty and is
terioui bliHiranoe' In its efficient work
ing: thcreiore w K w.'wv--.i',
Jttln4. "Tim Um dcDiitlM fit f ho
vsneral eonvenwon from this, diocese be
rcqwwtaa to lurthrr and 'alii anv .
ma wmvu may una to tne removal of i
this blsnonter'. am) to the adoption V a
name wnicn snail wiuy wuwb ,uc
tUet of liatonu issued to lovcatnrs ofilUnols
v IbrthB week etxllng Mar . l7,'tnd fh
tittel JuneS, 177. 'urnUbnl lliit pp by
Cox A Cox oilciioroi pikMBU, Mashloalos,
. 1. C.)
J. ltramson, knitting machine, ChU
eago; IS. Prindle, carpet . sweeper,
Aurora; G. Cook lamp, Chicago; L.
Frederick, tir.iit equalizer. Hull; C.
Kugv and F. Stoncburncr, raking pan,
Areola; J. ! Wolknsack, sky-light litter
lock, Chicago; E. Av-y, milking
glool, Mt Morris, V. Baker, :grm
binder, Chicago; SI.. Campbell, napkin
holder, Chicago ; .1. Cauifleld, cigars,
Ottawa;- A. Chancy, portuhle lenoe,
Flora; J. Gilbert, tiro proof ceilings,
"Chicago; C. Holland, hydrocarbon burn
rr and gas generator, Chicago ; W. W at
son, metallurgl' furnace, -Tonioa ; U.
Wilson, car coupling, Chicago.
- Chicago Iritnne ! A corrcspoiuicn
dosiras to know tho signitlomice ot tin
terms '''ltight" mm "Light," as nppllei
to the asseiirtily ol France. They an
Chicago Tribune: A corrcspotulcnt
used to indicate tho political complexion
of the dlRerent parties. Tbo'.extn uio
Uight'' embracos the Bourbon .Mon
archisu; the extreme vLclt" the radical
Kepnblieans' and bet ween these are the
various lactious representing, nioro mod
erate views, such us the ltlg.it Center (the
Orlcanists). the Left Center (the Hepub
licsnsl. and the Center the independ
ents .aud Bunauartistsf. Tho words
have? meanin also as Indicating the
iie-iit ions in the chamber ol the st-ats ot
tho parties relemd to. It should he un-
ilcrstood thnf thpm nw . nropsMitJviily
lew extrnmiari on eitiiereiile ; nml when
Me. Million said hf bploagen m trie rignt,
he did not mean that ho was an uncom
promising Legitimist, any more than
.hiles Simou meant to declare for radical
Repnblicanfsm, when ! repHpoV '! Vp-
long to the.le4t.'V,, Jlw buik of the two
parties may be lonnd 1n' tho" Tight and
Irffwenters. in the broad sense, the
right includes s'l the Conservatives, and
thu left all the Liberals.-1
Au American ueiSed by tUe Ciilu e-
1'Ittsburg Lcatln- "It Our " Inlornia-
tlon be correct. Wen. Ward, who took a
proiuTiieni part in the Nicaraguan war in
as cue 01 wniKers nnousucra, was
it one time a resident ot Pittsburg.
When the Aiearauguan w ar dosed Oe.n.
Ward went to China. , There was an im-
iitfii.se rebtdllon in progress' there at the
time, ' and he offered his Hervltvg to
tho - Chinese government; ,, These
wcto ' accepted, and fJen. , ard
at length exiiibitea sncn great
miiltiirv ability' that' he was made
coiumander-ln-chlet oft tho .Imperial
array. Ho whipped the rebels at every i
turn, ami at length sueoeeded in squelch-1
inn me reuoiiioii. in uuu ui.iuu uui- i
-' v j ,
wounded by a mufcket ball Jtnd he was
buried with great, honoia... ueing; cus
tomary lu that aountry . to k tvorihi p the
bones ol their illustrious men, the Em
peror decreed lhatilivlae honors should
be paid on the tomb ol Oen. Ward. The
memory of tlie .dsad -eoldler-bus ever
since been revered by the l.'hlnamen, and
late paper from China state that this
year anr immense religious procession
paid honor to Gen. Ward's memory at
liis tomb. . .
p f- JIr- Sehuri an Keformer.. ,
lj :i. iFrom too Bultimort 0Vfte.J yT.
Ave see nothing which look's like a sud
den and radical relprtu of the civil, ser
vice, but there is some patchwork going
on which is very well In its way, and not
to bo slightly valued. tccretary Scliurz
Is irradually trying his hand on reform,
and he has hit upon some expedients
worth tne trvlnir. Now he is coins' to in-
department. Mnce dally reports nre per
haps impracticable, by all means let us
hiivc weekly reports, The more irequeut
tne reports, tnu less margin lor error,
and less Invitation for fraud. The Inte
rior department, in Its , wide stretch of
nusiiic.si, iihs nut uocn aoove suspicion,
and it will take Secretary Schur's best
work to eflett a complete restoration ol
public confidence... .Nobody will accuse
tho present secretary, of crookedness.
tint, he will have t j keep, a ! sharp look
out ou his underlings. i- ... .
1' Cily fasti Ufa
St. Louis, Mb. '
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cour nf ffuiiv i tlie rrniifil
course iiiilliipitiislble fn tvi-ry voting luuu piii-
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BOOT S &SH 0ES
Coffee, : Sngar & Symt),
m i f' c a i tu"
Goods Del!vere.tl Prorpptly.
ASK YOURTINNElt: ;
Vr bsruwars umIcj for the
Mills nli 1 n M-mr '.r '. '
fide out hV An ---.-.'T:i'. '
Co: Kn.bir. ' 9zrrircs'r
ZC,,'.tl Kimntl not t0 coil
11. Uulkiy, D. x, unMia,jt It, lAxsan
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Y rcTT Tuns axveaa tm rvnuu
1 Celebrated American
X WORM SPECIFIC ,
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.'
THE countenance is pale and
leaden.coloxod, with occasional
u flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks; the eyes become
, ' dull ; the pupilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs aluntf the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells.and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
Hp j occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
( ticularly in the morning ; -appetite
variable, soimlinies voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
a.id vomitiii:: violet-.t pains through
out the rtlxlonieiv; bnwels irregular,
at times cv.Lve; sio'ifs slimy ; not
infrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen r.nd hard; urine tur
bid ;. re.-pi;ui':t occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied hy hiccough ;
. uni,y n. dMturlc(I sleep, with
g-w.tdfag of the teeth ; temper varia
hie','" but j. vr.vt'-Uiy iniuihle, &c.
Whenever tl;e vry;c symptoms
are fouivl to t.i: t,
DR. C. MVLANli VKRMIFUC.L
Will certainly t-(;'c t a r tire.
IT DOr.S, Nti. CTH1A1N Ml'.KCL RY
n any form ; it is an inr.occnl preps
rat ion , nil vfia!U of&uig the slight'
at injury h ihc niuit tiihicr infant.
The genuine Dr. M' Lane's Vtn-Mii-TCE
Bears 'the signatures of C.
MVLaSe and Tt-FMiNa Broh. on the
DH, C. 'tflc'LANC'S .
. XJifse Pills uro not reeonimended
as a remedy for "nil the ills thufc
lleh is heir to, but in nuections of
.itie Liver, aud in u.l iidiuus Coiu
plain's, llvscMii ww hick lload
uoh, or MUiivMs cf that chnrueter,
thoy stand without a rival.
a or is a:;d fever.
. b-'tter 'iU:inr'.:e can be used
preparatory to,orufier taking Qui-
uinc. .. 1
js a winipla pur-'niive they nre
, BK1VAHK OF IXITATIOXy.
v" rrt '
i on genuine are no
' &i;lf bftx'hss a red wax seal on
the lid,' with iho improhioii Dit.
MVLane'i Liver I'n.i.s.
off!. MVJiA.NKnnd Ii.kminm lino.4.
Sold by all respectable druggists
tind country storekeepers senerally.
iiy er s uainanio wiis,
For aQ the purposes of a Family Phyjio :
and lor cunnn Costivenesn, Jminfflce,
IndiaesUon, Foul Stomach, Breath,
jaeudaohe, t'rysipclas, lllieufiid
twra, Eruptions nud Bkin UinoineM,
UOiouBnesH, Dropsy, 'J'uuiorH,
Worms, Noii.-ulitm; B a Din
ner rui, lor puniyiuK the Bkoil,
Arc Hi'' hum
eoiiLieiiinl . t t
tiiiMvec) ,- li-.
u.l '!'!.!. r)l;i-;.
Hill lllliil, I'll!
c III- el il .'i 1 i i
in ci i- o'livu-
) I ' 11 l.r.H..I. .... .. '
i ,-. .... n.....t ,i
llu ill tin il c;;.
utejsr "-' -v-. i-r.-illon, I J , '
are still the most tlioivmsli nml -i.-nn-ii.
lug cathartic im tiii im i,ut r.ui i,c
employed i i leaii-lug ilie stnum, n ami
bowels, and even tlie blond, lu "mull
(loses of one pill a tiny, they stimulate
the digestive oijruis uiul piiiiiiiin- l;,'
' Avru's Pii.i.s hive been known Cor
more than a iiuat-ter of a ci ntui v, and
have obtained a world-wide repu'iaiion
for their virtueu. Tliey rorrect. dli
cascd action hi the several aslinila
tlve organs of tlie body, ami are so
composed that obstructions within
their range can rarely withstand or
evade them. Not only do they cure
the evcry-day complaints of every
body, hut also formidable and danger
ous diseases flint have battled the best
ot human skill. While 'they produce
powerful Uleets, thev are; lit the name
tunc, the wfest and best physic for
children. By their aperient oetion
they gripe iiiueli less tliau tho common
purgatives, and never glvo pain -when
tho bowels ore not inhumed. They
reach the vital fountains of the blood,
and strengthen tlie system by freeing
It from the elements of weakness.
' Adiii(pd to nil nires and conditions
In all climates, containing neither
calomel imc any deleterious drmr,
these Pills mnv ,t, taken with safety
by anybody.' Their sugar-coating pre
serves them ever fresh' end makes'
them pleasaut to take; while being
p'irely vegetable,- no harm can arise
ttoiu th'.ir u&ti lu auy quautity. ,
" ' MCTARio V '
Df'AC, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
l'niui.,1 nud An'tJrtlcal Chaiulat.. .
Sold i-v 'ai,ludkuooists' tvriiYwiiEHK.
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v.- c- V'
WEotBSAXB; AJfD MTA1L. '
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, - - 1 mc j, - ( - ' . '.' v
' God8old Very Close. , ,.
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Sitli M'AwinIiI At;
0. 0. PATHS ft CO.
"THE WASHINGTON ClTt f)QUTE"
,1 !i Ji ii
TltE SHORTEST," QUICKEST
' ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
With direct Connections I or
PHILADELPHIA, W Ml BOSTON,
Traveler dcirlun a
SPEKDY, PLEASANT and COMFOltT-
Aliur. 1 uir, , -Should
remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Ih celebrated for IU ,
KlcRunt Coaches, Splendid Hotel, Urand
ami ncaiitirui Hountiitn ami Valley
Seneiy, anil llio many points
Historical Iiiterent Along
Fare wiU ALWAYS bo as LOW
as by any ber line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Run Thron u
lletwcen the 1'rlneipsl
Western and Eastern Cities
For through ticket-, bat'saito checks,
movement of trainn, sleepiDK eur accom
modations, etc., etc., apply atlicnet outccs
at au priocipni points,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
E. B. Dorsev. L M Cole
Ata't (Jen. TUkttAgt. in. Ticket t
iiioo. v. Harry. ihog, 11. flat
WiatirnPaHK. Alt. Monli-r oi' Trnnai)
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B. SAFrORD. Pmldt-nt.
H B. TAYLOU, Vin Prunldiut.
W. limoi'. bto'v uU leauurtr.
P. M, Htockletii,
ft. 11. CnXNINQHAM,
PAl'U (i. StHUH,
It. 1.. Haixibay.
rNTEUK8Tpl(lonil. poiiit at the rata ol tlx
i auuiuu. iitujrvu lBisna n 11 Will
xr Irtt. InttTptit nr vifhflMnm ta .,i,t.,i i
J lately to the principal of Ui dtpodiW, UieruUv
riVlliir f ham r.nnn.,ninil Int.,..,! " ' '
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every buaineaaday rromfla.m. to S p.m
S i Saninla? cvcnini( fur a&vlnira iluponita only
rom U to a o'clock.
W. HY8L0P, Treasurer.
f Eross I'rwl.Vr.t. H. W1U, Cwlilfr.
I. Niff, ice l'ru't. T. J. Kerth, Akt. t.b'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and St Street
V. Uroea, Cairo. Wm. KIuk. Cairo.
I'. .Ntfl-, Cairo.- Win. Wol?e, Uilro.-
A . SiiBanlu, tairo. K. I.. Billlnijaley, t. I.oula.
K. liu.ler, Cairo. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. H. Ilrlukman, 8t. Iiiiis,
I. Y. Clenibon, Calnlonia.
Unoral Unnklnf Daxlnraa Dane.
trx'i liange solil ami IioukM. Iiilereal pM
n the having DepHrtiiient. l.'ollectiona ouutu,
nil all bmln eaa tiroiuutl v attemW to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P. IIAIJJI)AYLPrel(lent.
UE.NUY h. ILAXLtbAY, VloPret.
A . II R AKFOHD, Caahli'r. .
WAI Tli U HYSLOP. Ain't Cashier.
DIRKCTORS! . .
8. BxAAtS Ttxo,, B. H, CowohW '
" "U.UAT, w. r. UAU.IDAV
G. D. WlLLUHCOX, SfcriiiM BlRB.
A M tl a aiVAiin
Exohange, Coin and United States
jbuuud Avugat una DUiCU
'I'' ... . yr ; ;i' !" . '.41 ', u
No 80 Ohio Lctcc,
Q.nARRISON LEACH.M D.
Eopodal attootloa el van to Uoaieonatblo
treaLinnBt nl ii..i,.r.n.....j .., ..' ,
- an euro mo
(llasassi and diseases o( womsa sad otilr'
. yuic vii wumraai-oiu avenue no a
f,nntaptltii.,vnA , ' M, .
Manhood I Womahooo MaajitAUKl ij,
ImpedimenpJ t Marriaje j . tha causa
find Clim. fiianf A.,jrii amrtfiA. t,n '
paldfor'rocsnu. brD. C. Wmittikb,
w . w. w 1 1 .1 1 jib arrant, ar. ci 111 itiu..
the great ipcclnllt. Read his works. I
73 OHIO UEVEE,
City Rational Baak Sullilnf , ap-sUlrs.
CAS UiaeftXatebUaaed As-apoy in bouic j
era illlnola, reprtMsennsa "r
185 000 000
The Southern Hotel burned down, and
ret hnw manv nennla uarrv tlielr own
rlslcn. Go at once to Henry Well., (ioneral
Agent, and have your property insured at
iTlieloss of , .:, ,,
In this terrible St. LojU lire was great.
Obtain a Uie Immrunce Policy at 'oace,
Hi 11 co one-tenth nl nil tbe rtentba In the
Unltml Ktateit la the reiult of accidents.
This la no
Story put forth lor the occaaion. but is
taken Irom tabular statements, tbe reliabil
ity of which caa not be impeacbud.
British Amerioe,, Asaets $1,130,000
Millville Mutual, " 1,440 000
Union, of Phila. " - - 380.000
Firemen's of Dayton " - 480,000
New England Lutual Life, 87.700,000
ininoia jnaaou uenvoienioocieiy
GtNKIUL lXSL'RAN'CB ACKNT.
None bnS Honnrt and Iloaeat Oom-
Ol'FICE-In the Ak I in la CuUutTHuuk,
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orderfl for Coal by the car-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
srompiiy auenaoa to.
lTo large 'consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
io supply any quantity, by th
aonth or year, at uniform ratos.
CA1H0 CITY tOAl COMPANY.
ty-Ialllily Iiro.'ii ifflce, No 'OOhtoLevee.
EVHairiday ilro wharf boat.
U-At tTPtiQ Mills, or
a"tAt the CoaJ Iliimu. font nf Tfihr.Kfhtti
CtPoit Offloe Drawer. Kin, , . 1
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington asdHCommerola
Avenues, adjoin in g- Hanny's.
KEEPS foraale the beet Beef, Fork, Mutto
Veal, Lamb, fauwiife, Ac. an't ia o
(lit nrva famUii's In an aocMalil nil- 1
.NOT R'K OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Katate of Abraham WllHama. tniard.
To whom it mav concern-.l'lruae take 110-
une uiai 1 win apply to tbe county court 01
Alexander conntv. sitting na a court of
probate st the June term thereof, to-wlt :
on the third Monday In June, A. I. 187.7,
i u 11111 nun unai iiisr.usrKQ irom au fur
ther liability au ailrainiatrator' f aaid eatate.
Cairo, III., May 221, 1877. 3f '
TyM. B. SMITH - ,
FhTSioian & Snreon.
O01r in Winter's Block, corner Seventh aud
vuuiiutiuuti i,,niic, icnirtuiuv on ouvrnio.
KvaiileaceThlrU-eDth street, West of Wubington
O'CAXLAHAN & HAIX,
' , Jkf
Eooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Boofiing a Spooiaity in
- any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stove
' ' arid Tinware. li"-
Jabbtnc PrasaPtly Dana.
A rfluitrM wnrt fr ,v
ajni ihi uirr)J awl mai.
tl tnilv h.niiv ft, mai
of Uw Mual tyAnia, Iif atmat-h
Mk, kiiH dlKuvadvt la lbs
MiM Of rtnnidlldlini h'lw ka
rrinl rclallou, MaW iiuf fcwila.
ruiiua and ouetl aiixi D4
nae tijl It, H
tuuuimlultonnnloa, which naona
''!!!!I,?'A!n-,f "wk-,, "' srwsJ
at. lleiuiAilUHla'ea fubi'sC.n Uuli.Ma
livlo fetal vkBln llu- ImhuwolToiuliiihalnl
XI UI JJ 1-15S ! SS5-S J..U-MJU
Tie Kiaa at all yabiiu lesd
for the Youn on juibst 01
AtltlO."-Boulhainptoa (EnilanS) OUerwr.
'Tba thWWoiru wiiv.
Maaazlne J now'' eompleud. ' With Its
elgft buadrad, ljjfwi""
atx aunareu iuuavwuu, "-
all, IU shorter stories, poems, sad sketebes ,
for ftoys and lrls ever Jued from,, tlie
" w aTl . Im full ftllt "II '
"Rt. Nirnoi.As la lull ol tie .bolct
thlnir. The pubUcaUon I-, In all respectn.
Uie butt or lie kind. ' We nave nnvur
seeu a number thai was not urpriatnKlv
good." the CbuMhaugi. UarUord Conn
St Nich'olas for 1877,
Vvhlch opens with November, 1H78, beKlne
A abort and very entertaiDlug serial from
tha r renob, "The Kingdom ot tbn Greedy,"
story aduptau to the Thanksgiving eeanou.
Anntlji r serial, ot abaorbtiiK interest to do j .
' x-nw owii WASTF.n,i' , ;
j By J. T. Trowbridge, .
author of tlie Mack Hazard KtorieH," be
gins In the Christinas Holiday umber.
HexIdeH RRTlal stories, ChrUtmaa atorles
lively tketcbea, poem and pi:turea for tbc .
blld i , and some aatonliblng illimtratlona '
of Oriental xports,wlth drawings by Hiiniere
artUt- , v, . .- o -.. ..' .
The Christmas Holiday Number of
upe rbly Illustrated, contains a very inter
"1 HE ims Ok' MY BOYHOOD,"
Hy AVilllam Cullcn Ilryant j
"The Howe Hotel," a lively gnlnle, by
Cliarli-K A.' Karnur J, aptendittiy tllimtrntt-d ;
fb Olor.k In tbe aky," by Kicbard A. .
Proctor ; "A cbrintmaa 1'iay (or aomea or 4
Hundsy.ncboola," by Dr. rgtenton ; "The
l'eterkina' rbrlptuia Tree,1' by Lucrstia
l. Hale; 'Poetry and t.'iol of Winter,"
by l.ucj I.urcom, with iilctures.
'- -- .- -. ..... ...V
Do Not Fall to Buy St. Nicholas for tbe
Christmas HoliUttvs. Price 26 eta. .
Durlni; the year there will be Interesting
papers lor bova, by Wllliiui Cullen Ilryant, 7
.lobo (. Whittlt-r, I honiiw Hughes, AVilliam
llowitt. Dr. Holland, George MacDooald,
Saolord II. Hunt, t rank It. Stockton, and
There will be atoriei, iketcbei, and
poeinii, ol'kiecial Interettto girla, by liar -f
riet l'reacott Mpottord, Huhhu Coolldge,
fui an Winter Kelloi;?. Klirubeth fituart
Philips, LouUa Alcutt, Lucretla 1. II ait-,
Celia ibaxter, Mary Ma pes Dode, and
many other. There wiU be alio
, , "TWEtVE 8KY lMCTl'ItS," . ,
By I'rofcaaor Troetor, tbe Aitrooomer,
with nupH, hbowincr ''The Btars of Kaoh
Month," which will be likely to surptss ia
ioterett any aeries on popular sclenee re.
venily given to tbe public
Amuveinent ana inairticuon, wiin run j
and Frolio, and Wit and Wiidorn, will be
mingled as beretotore, and fcr. Niciiola
will continue to delight the young and give
luasute 10 tlie old.
TUE LOJiDON LITLItAItV WOULD
. "There li no magazine lor the young that
can be mu 'I to rquul inn choice pro Juction .
of BcaiBKKH'a press. AU tbe srticles,
whether In prow or rhyme, are tbrobblne '
with vitillty. The literature and
. rtlntic illuntratlons are both auperb."
The London Daily Ncwa say : " We wtrh
e could point out Pi equal In our ow n
UOOD NEWS FOR BOVS AND 01BV
To meet tbe demand tot a cheaper
fiicuoLAA (.lilt-Book, the price of vole M
I , . I ...1 1 ... 4-1 L It'l. M
ami 11 u;m itvvu it-uui:rtj vu rwu, a u
three volumes, In an elegant library ease,
are told lor 10 (io full glu, f l.'i), no that all
may give their children a complete teu'
Tbsse volume contain more attractive ma
terial thiio linv dollars' worth of the ordin
ary children' books.
iio'uua volinuea ana a aubwrlptlon lor ttm a--.
ear, uuij f lii. nuoitcrine wim ilienearent
newsdealer, or tend money In check, or P.
O. money order, or In teglatered letter, t
titUlBNER A UO.,
. . - ait.-ji ftv. v :
The Moat truinent i.mng Aumora ancn aa
Prof, llitx Muiler, frof. Tyndall, Kt. Hon. W
K. OladabiiiS, Dr. W U. Unhmiar, Prof. Hui
ley, K A- i'roctor, Fraocea Power Cobbe, The
UiUesf Ariiyla, .Taa. A. -roode. Mre. Moloch,
Mrs. OUphniil, lira. Altxajuter, UiaaTbMkeraT,
Jean Ingeiow, George UacUonald, Wm. lUari,
AnUiony Trollose, Mnttbrw Arnold, Ilenr
Kiugtlej. W.. W . 6 lory, Auerbacb, Russia,
Larlyle, TnD;-on, BrowiiUiK, end many otbara,
are rcoreatated ia tbe nagea or .
IiitteU's Iiivlng Ago
Jan. 1. 1CT, THE LIVIKO AGK enterc npon
Ita i3M Tolmne, with tbe contlnuol cominemta
tion of the beat men and Journal of the country
and wilhcodatuntlv Inctnulng anceeas.
In 1t77. It will furaiah to Ita rmWa tha nrn.
dnctlona of the forrmoat anthore abovt nanwL
and many ottimi embracinar the cholont atrial
and Short Htohe by the Leading Foreiim 3fovl
lata, and an amount , . . . ..
UnapprMvlisd ty any other Psricdical ,(
n the world, of the tnoat valuabla literary and
rientiltc in utter of the day. irom tha nrai nfihe
caiing Eeaaylata, 8clenlinU. Crillca, UUcover
cra, and Edi ora, ivpreaenllos eyary department
ol' KnowlitfP and Vnytfts. ')
J HK l.ilNi AUa.,(in which lie only com-
petitor, "KVtnY SATrHUAV," hai ton
merged), la a weekly magazine of aixty-foiir
paKca, giving mote than
THREE AND A QUABTEIt THOUSAKD
double column ocUvo parea of reading-matte
yearly, it presents in an Inexpensive form
coimkU-rlnir ia amount ol matter, with frcahncsa
owing to Ita week! faune, and wiUi a aatufitetor- V-i-ouipletena
attt mptrd by no other publication r
the iMnt J-.itaye, lieviewi, Criliciarua, Tales
bketches ol Travel and Utaoovery, Pottr,8cien
tiilr, Itiographical, Ulatorloal' and 1'oliOral In
formation, from the entire body of foreign
It ia therefore inTuluable to every American
reader aa tha only frenhand thorough compila
tion of an lndlaisnaable current htsrsUira, In
diarienaubla becaUM it smbracea the productions
The Ablest Living Writers,
ail branchei of literature, Science, Art, and
"Simply Indlapenaable io any one who da -'' -4
keep abreast ot tbe tbougat of tbe see In say
department of science or iilcratura." ileaios
'A pare end perntmsl Teservoir and fmmtafn of
entertainment and ltu!inieion."-Hon. Uebert
C. Intbrop. . , , . t -J,j x
'The beet MiiodieerinA
t. Cnylet, JJ.D, ... i .. , ; , TT. .
"It has no equal In any wunrry .-"rTiIladel-pbiaPrass.
-.. Y . 4 . ,
'Itneprodnoes the best' theuffMs of the beat
minds ol tbe civilized world, apoa all tonieaof
liylnf Intafssi. "-kllaWeiJ7
" With It alone a wavier mi Wriv keen an
Witt aU thai 1. important la ftS hSsmSS "
Ml!-5?!Lt'i? tiiaM of tae.(Say.V4ia
Methodist, Mew York. . -.. , Z?.- -- -"The
ablest essays, the most' antertaialiis
torles, the n neat poetry of tbe English Saaaaags,
art here saUiarad tr, i, i iHr.i.,ij.i.
Journal: - 7 . . - . "
ludlspenaable to every oae wbor ilaalisi I
thorough oombendlnm "of aU that la adn-srsM . .
"Ouht to And i'plaoe W'elipea
WBXTBA OTOK 0'W5
To all new anuacrlhara rhr laTf.' will be seat
gratis the at aaabera at bffs, n with
other Valuable matter, to -wef a i
ppearlng la The Uylnt AJrVs4vnee
itnar of oar rlvaeoui 4 vloaaT peH 4 a r
, ."i-oisM""'an-V'ar V
a tZii Sf t