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Robbbt Tooiins hm txn elected o
flic eonfentlon to form a new consUtu
Hon lor the State of Georgia. He will
be a leading member ot tlie convention.
n. kV Phillips, of the Illinois State
Journal baa been appointed postmaster
at SDrincflold, and bai forwarded his
bond In the required amount. It took a
jfood deal ot hard work to pull riiilltps
Into this position, dui ne is mere
that makes It all right
is. r!m Bulletin Insists that because
RfMiiirhn. Tinkle & Wrd have not ul-
hunt nn a larirer Dusiness than
BacknerA Terrell or Sebree & Uobson
thm thev will move back to Cairo. 1 hey
will not eo, BulleUn.-LfadueaA Sun.
Strausrhn. Tinkle & Bird won't come
buck to Cairo? The Sim knows better.
Thcw ere onmW n ioiimo Thaw '
stay away. It Is only a question of time
with them. -
Thb space burned over by the t'reat
lire at SU Johns, New Brunswick, on
Thursday night and Friday rooming, is
estimated at four hundred acres. Nearly
all the business portion of the city was
burned. The loss Is estimated at Iron)
$13,000,000 to $16,000,000, and the nuin
hr of noonla rendered homeless and
hflnless at twontv thousaud. Aid has
been asked for and Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, and the large western
cltla? are sending forward money, cloth
ing and provisions.
Henry Ward Beeciikr is now in
Washington trying his Influence on the
president to have Mr. Freeland, revenue
collector at Brooklyn, retalued in olDce.
Mr. Froeknd was an Important witness
for Mr. Beecher In bis trial with Theo
dore Tilton. Tl'e whole strength of
Plymouth Church is being brought to
bear In Mr. Frceland's favor, but so far
it does not seem to have accomplished
much. The president believes that Gen.
Hayes (who by the way is a near relative
ot the president) could till the onkc as
acoentablv as Mr. Freeland. and It is
more than probable that Mr. Beecher
and Ply mou th church will be disappoint
ed In their eflorts to have the latter re-
New York politicians are lust now
speculatlBg about the complexion of the
next legislature ot that state. Demo
crats generally concede that the senate
will contain, a majority of Republicans,
while the Republicans are as liberal In con
ceding the lower house to the Demo
crats. The only nut-stlon seems to be,
be large enough to over
come the Republicans majority in 'he
Senate; so that on joint ballot the Demo
crats can elect the United States Seuatoi.
The Democrats believe that they will be
able to elect the Seuator, and are can'
vasslng the claims ot the candidates. Mr,
Tllden it Is believed will bo the coming
man on the Democratic side Should the
Republicans 'hold the fort," Mr. Conk-
ling will be a candidate lor re-election.
lx a conversation with a prominent
N'ow York gentleman a day or two since
Gov. Hampton gave a cheering account
of the turn of all airs In Mouth Carolina.
He says that all classes of the people are
contented and secure in their rights;
that the colored peoplo have once more
gone to work; that a fair proportion
have been appointed to olllces, and that
all proscription tor any cause lias disap
peared. That all parties are now agreed
upon the wisdom of the policy which
gave the state self-government; and lie
anticipates a considerable emigration
Into the state, being In receipt of
numerous letters of inquiry on tho sub
ject of lands. The credit of the state, ho
says will be honestly maintained, and
all Its debts paid. All this seems a little
hard on the people who oppose tho Pres
ident's southern policy. But such is
Thb President has Issued a proclama
tion declaring that a public salo of val
uable government lands will be held at
tlw Land Office, at Harrison, Ark., on
Monday, October 1, 1S77, In pursuance
of the act of Congress, approved July 4.
1870, re-opening to public sale tho
government lands in Arkansas, Louisi
ana, Mississippi, Alabama and Klorlda,
which bad previously been aubjcot only
to homestead settlement. The lands re-
fened to in tho present proclamation
consist ot several hundred thousand
acres in Arkansas. No bid less than the
government minimum of $1.25 per acre
will be entertained, and any lands not
disposed of at this public sale will tlieie
after be subject to prlvato entry at $1.35
per acre. A similar proclamation will
be burned for the salo of laids In the oth
er three States named so soon as the
necessary lints can be prepared by the
General Land Offace. No public lands
have been oflVred in this way for many
"--Mr. Jefferson Davis has won a suit ;
It U decided that the estate 'Brlerfleld,'1
in Mississippi, belongs to him.
The Boston Hertld observes that
Ben Buuersayi that he was early taught
that eternal damnation wu the-doom ol
h. -'ofced, but he doesn't seem to mind
'., '. ibe French journals report that
Paul Is U staff In America this winter at
P.C2). gold, par night, and that Nlco.
JUaL who, of coarse, goes with her will
hare 11,000 nlbtty.
The Mast survey will establub a
station at Columbus, O., In July. 'Ibe
object Is to use Columbus at a refjrcooe
W. are u.therl4 to -
point for finding the longitude of other
places In the Southwest.
. W, 8. Browne, the founder ot uie
Cincinnati Commercial, Is now, and has
been for a number of years, a pressman
of one of the daily p-pcra la Memphis.
Terin., at a salary of $1,600 a year.
A dlsDitoh from Dixon. 111., says
that the aherlfl lelt there yesterday tor
Jollet with the wlfe-polsoner "Rev." S.
H. MeGee, to Incarcerate mm in mo t en
Herniary tor fourteen years at hard la
bor. Tr ic said Mint with favorable weaihor
tor barvestlne, the wheat crop through
out Ceutral Ohio and Indiana will be t he
largi st since the memorable year of lho4.
And all this with a foreign war m v
A private dispatch irom ueneva,
uifrfcinrl nnnnunepg the death of
Charles II. L'pton, United States Council
.t iimt nine. Mr. I'nton was born In
Massachusetts, and appointed In 1802
nnr. Tllden Is rcDorted to be very
fond of French novels, and to be ablo to
repeat long passives of Balzac i nd Hugo
from memory. He has read It is averred,
hundreda of volumes In works of Action
in the langauge of that country.
A London special says that the letter
of Secretory Sherman, declaring the new
4 per cent, bonds payable In gold has
had the effect to strengthen the loan
areatly In London financial circles,
Thpra U no doubt whatever of Its suc
The annual Illinois camp inectlngfor
the promotion of holiness will bo held at
Ash and. niteen miies irom uny
Mm!, i iV. coujuicnciiiL' on August 7
continuing ten days, and will be under
the control of tJje state Lamp-jieeung
Several gentlemen who were con
nected with the Commission on Civil
Service Reform under President Grant
are now engaged, by direction of Presi
dent Hayes, in tho preparation of rules
on the same subject to operate in an puu-
lic olllces throughout the country.
Mrs. Remm, living about fifteen
miles east of Muroa, 111., hus given birth
to lour boys; Mrs. Guthrie, residing near
Mrs. Remm, to three irlrls, and Mrs.
Kressler, living only a few miles from
the latter, to two trirls and a bov. The
three mothers and teu babies aro all do
Governor Culloui, of this state, yes
terday pardoned Almon F. I'elton, who
was convicted at the May terra, 187H, In
the Adams County court of receiving
stolen goods, and sentenced to tho Peni
tentiary for live years, mere is some
doubt of the guilt of the accused, and
this Dardon is recommended by Peniten
tiary Warden McClwighry and Commis
sioner William Taylor.
A letter received at Washington
trom Meridian, Miss., states that District
Attorney Lee anu Mr. Uiase, special at
torney Bent to assist Lee In the Investi
gation into the Clirlslioltn massacre, left
Ue Kali), me scene oi mu irageuy, oane
10. for Jackson, for the purpose or writ
Ine the results of their inquiries. The
report will probably be received at the
Attorney General's olllce next week.
New devices lor coin have been pre-
nared at the Philadelphia mint, and the
dies are nearly completed. The object
in view Is to make the workmanship so
fine as lo render counterieltlng more
dilllcult than at present. The new devi
ces will not be adopted unless congress
takes definite action on the silver ciucs
tion. The mint is preparing a die for a
$00 gold coin, which, it is said, will be
the largest gold piece ever struck in any
A superior tramp made his appear
ance In Norwich, Conn., the other day.
He ankcd tor breaktasl, anu having re
ceived and eaten It he wii3 requested
Dorca for three hours m the hot sun
1 he neighbors were culled to look at
this unprecedented phenomenon, and
such was the admiration which the
spectacle excited that the industrious
tramp, aeceived a good dinner, 25 cents
in cash and a tolerable pair of panta
Home fact About Ilie Terrible Habit
- tbat May not only Eallgtated
but IJtariie People.
n au Opluiu
From the Courier-Journal.
The habit of opium eating Is to all ap
pearances Increasing every day, and it is In
deed fearful to contemp ate the awful
slavery In which men arn bound hand and
foot to this bublt. It i the more terrible
from the fact that until a few years ago It
was au Incurable disease, and to this day
Is cured by but few pbynlelans wbo make
a study of It, Men prominent In letters
and In public life have been known to be
addicted to the habit and have died curling
the fate that linked them to it, and prevent
ed them from mastering It. Within the
patt ten years It has become gradually un
derstood that opium eatlDg Is not Incur
able, but that by skillful treatment the
ilavc muy become the master of the will
Chancing lo past by the ofllce of Dr. Y.
n. Hubbard, of tlili city, at No. 7 1-2 Jul.
forton, between Second and Ttilrd street",
wbo, although a young man, has obtained
fj lite a reputation In the branch or opium
and morphine disease, a Courier-Journal
reporter thought to call upon him and ob
tain some interesting reading matter, in
view of the dulliemol local matters. After
a talk upon general nubjecU, the reporter
ro'iuontea lbs doctor to give sucli lulurm-
ailon as he could comlstcntljr do, a a pliya-
Iclan, concerning opium and morphine eat
ing. IIOW TUB IIAIUTI8 FOltMICD.
it. uuDuaru, in a snort conversation, en
lightened the reporter regarding what is
one of the greatest evils that can afflict the
body of man. An a mutter of course a per
son who never uies the drug opium can
not comprehend how people can fall Into
the habit of eating It aad then Lot be able
to break themxelves of It.
People, said the doctor, fall Into the habit
through Ignorance. As the drug U no little
understood, and as lu trengtn and power
over the system are not rightly appreciated,
It Is as treacherous as it Is vile. U leads
the unsuspecting sufferer on by degrees.
by soolhleg hi pain and wafting him off
Into fairy lands. Be takes dose after dose
Uutli n cmtes s demand for the drug In
bis system, and by that time the Iron hand
of the bablt Is upon blm. and he Is obliged
to codiUb blmtelf to Its cod a taut use. JJy
degrees It loaee In exonerating effect upon
h' aytem, and bt la obliged to inoree-e
his dally dots to as to loll natural Jo vslo
hs trios te stay lu fearful coarse, sod some
times, but rarely succeeda, by exerting
powerful will la dlmlnUUing, the doee
voluntarily, only to fall back still deeper
Into the habit by taking mors than before.
Try as bs may to throw off Ue galling
chain that boldt him to such degrading
lavi ry, hs e innot Ignore the demand his
system makes upon him for mors and more,
TBI WILL CaKNOT CONTROL TH HABIT,
De Oulnev. the Doet. wbo fell a victim to
Its use, truthfully said, "that God seemed
fo help a man out of every trouble except
ing opium." At yet, there has been but
littlo written upon the snbjeot oi
opium ts a habit, and great numbers of the
medical profession consider It to a great
extent a matter of will-iwwer with the
patient, and they have gtveo this important
matter little or no study. They are not,
therefore, prepared to treat the bablt sue
cesslully. For that dcploi able reason the
tre:itm?n of ilils ternblo disease bts been
left :;'i.v.-t entirely In the bands ol adver-
t s ks who do not cure one person In
fl iv. It Is Impossible that the will or mor
al pow r can overcome the habit, for every
part ol the system is involved, lou migut
as A ril try lo cure a broken limb, or stop a
Main? fever, or subside mad dellilum in
that way as to think of overcoming the
opium habit exocpt by systematic treat,
ment. II tho slave mlsset his regular dose
the nervous system relaxes, and there is to
torture, not even the stake, that equals the
torment hs is In, both in body and mind,
If he dies not obtain that for which he
craves. The shock that bis norvouatystcm
receive is so k'ret tht if his Ills is spared
he will not tecovcr from li for months.
MOTHERS SACRIFICE THXin CHILDREN.
Many children are sacrificed yearly by
the imliit: The mother whose system U
impregnated with the drug not only trans
mit it ai birth, but keeps the supply up
from the breast, and when the child is
vreaned it dies for the want of opium, with
chronic diarrhoea. The mother should be
cured of the habit while nursing the child,
and the child is cured with the mother. Dr.
Hubbard relcrred to a cae that he had suc
cessfully treated ot a child seveu years old,
who had taken luudanum from blr.h. The
mother was addicted to the drug, and in
bringing up the child on a bottle from birth,
she was dying lor the want ot opium. The
family physician gave the child the best
treatment he could, to no purpose, when
the mother gave It one drop of iaudunuma
day. The child recovered at once, the
laudanum was coutlnued, and at sewn ft
was consuming six teaspoonfuls of lauda
num per day.
Many person', and especially ladles, are
hopelessly bedridden to-day on account of
opium. Tbey muy at some previous time
been quite sick, and for that reason opium
may have been given to allay pain or cause
sierp ; but had it not been foi the constant
use ot opium the patient would probably
be restored to health. The drug keeps the
disease as It was when the opium was first
administered, and the patient gradually be
comes more and more weak and prostrate.
Nine out often of those caw are cureablc,
as the tysttni will soon recuperate when
the oulum Is withdrawn. That clai of
cases is considered more hopeless than
they really are, because the persons are
prematurely old and enleebled by the dru,
THE KKFICT OI'll'M HAS.
The effect of opium upon the FystenJ is
First It is highly simulating, until the
system becomes accustomed to its use. It
closes the secretions, retards free circu
lation, or exonerates tbe flow unnaturally.
It creates a morbid condition Of the nutri
tive lunctiuns, preventing the proper is-
Imllation ol loud, enfeebling and debllit-
-r --n-.. mnii nart of the system
making 11 lliipucaiuiu roY "he ?yrJSr
maiuiuin Its primitive vior of lilt.
tlJOAR FoK'S orilM IATIK(f.
Edgar A. I'oc, the brilliant essavUt and
poi't, lei I a victim to the alluring dm.
Liming the lust years ot nis lite he wo.ld
r son to opium in trylu to deaden tbe re
morse oi cunacicLce ne would ouffer alter a
ueay drinking siee. lie woe on his way
iu ii iu i a ouce 10 marry a Deauuiui, ao
comp.Uned young lady, and wnil travel
ing it'll into bis nw tiabit ol drinking, and
It is supposed while in that coudilion,.in
taking his opium, be took an overdose, lie
n as lound early one morning on a bench
auachxu to a wharf in baitimore, and was
eutnt onus to a huspital, where he was re
cognized, and the best of care and atten
tion given bun. Though tbe fcarlul expos
ure he bad suffered he rallied but once dur
ing the night, and died the terrible deatbol
an opium eater. 'J he pages of history re
veal a tale ol woe,- sorrow aud meral de
gradation caused by tbe drug that is, per
Olj Tree nud nullltudiuoiu Mhlng-
Sonoma (Cal.) Dtmoerui; Lunsford
shingle mill, one mile nonh of Uuermv
v Hie, has a capacity for cuttinir 20.000
shingles a day, and runs regularly. A
tree mat will make 2u,UUu left ot lumber
make 150,000 shingles, huch a tree
would be elifht feet iu diameter and 100
feet In length to the limbs forming the
top. Mr. Lunsford was one of tbe first
setters at or near G uernevilie. He say s the
largest tree in the Dig bottom measured
twenty-six feet In diameter in the hollow,
The largest solid tree was hlteen In diam
eter and lorty-tlve In circumference. Mr.
llcuvcr made 241.000 shingles out of a
tree on Kus.sutn Kiver bottom, opposite
Guernevllle. There Is a tree at the
mouth of Dutch Bill Canyon, now work-
ii" into shingles by Jim Knirllsh, which
will make 4;J,0OC shingles. It Is fifteen
feet through, and was 170 feet to the
limbs. The man who owns the tree has
camped beside it. He has a year's work
to manufacture it Into shingles.
A Cnlneao Idea of IIll.
The sixth court la situated at the bot
tom of the treat ocean north ol the
Wuchluo rock. It la a vast, nolsv
Oi-twiiiia, many lcajrui's in extent, and
around it are alxtcuu wards. In the 8 rat
waru tno souls are maue to kneel for
ioi)2 perlotis on iron shot. In the second
tlicy are placed up to their necks In tilth.
In the third they are pounded till the
hiood runs out. In the fourth their
mouths are opened with Iron plr.cersand
tilled lull of needles. In the tilth they
are hltten hyrau. lu the sixth they are
inubsed In a net ol thorns and nipped
by locusts. In toe seventh they are
crunlmd to Jelly. In the eighth their
skin li lacerated and thy are beaten on
the raw. In the ninth their mouths are
filled with tire. In the tenth they are
licked with flames. In the eleventh tbey
are subjected to noisome imells. In the
twelfth they are butted by oxen aad
trampled on by bones. In tho thlrteeth
their hearts are scratched. In the four
teenth their beads are rubbed till their
skulls come off. In the fifteenth they are
chopped In two at the waist. In tbe six
Untb their skin Is taken oft and rolled
up Into pills.
Wholtstls Dealer In
OfllJj, Corner Twelfth and
1C1 b; Ue Car Load or Ton Will bt
(acktd fit slipping.
rsuuu tm thignw i tun, uriwcvu u iiiiisiuB
nd CommgrcUl tw, Cairo, ills.
0RS. THOMPSON & McCREA,
Xo.etOhloLee. CAIRO, ILLS.
0. HARBISON LEACH, SI D
Ecpeclal attentlol riven to Bomeopathle
treatment ol turRiialditeaHcs, all eUronie
diseases and dlseams of womea and chill
dren. Office on Commercial avenue near
Mntn street. i CA1BO. ILL.
). IX. ItCLKsy, D. i. LtNinia, J. M. Laxania
MULKEY, LINCGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorcsys at Law,
OFFICE: Coninrc.ial Avenu, at office ol
Llm-rar a Luxlm IHt7-sm
8nn please oodt. :
TV. H. MABEAN.M.D.
Dr. Drltaam-t Successor.)
Offloe 130 Commercial Ave.
Special attentlcn firm to th treatment
Chronic DLeoaei and dismsea peculur to
iP la iiteutioa Paul to
NIOUT OR DAY TIME,
t:igblbNlreci, - mire, Illinois.
TUB Heat Quality of MEATS always
J. D. IEANE, Prop'r
Lae of the St Criarle.
RATES $2.00 PER DAT
Baggtge laken To and From the
CHARTERED MARCH XI, 186S
CIT7 NATIONAL BANE, CAIBO
e in ci as:
A . B BAirORD, Preatdent.
I I TAYLOR. Viae FruitiUiit.
W. HYbLO?, Hw'T end Treasurer.
P.W, BAECLiT, CHAS. OiLIOHIB,
P. H. STOCKTLITB, PACL O. 8(.Ml'H,
R. II. CCX.-UXUHAII . II. L. Haxlibat,
J. if FUILLU'K.
f MEREST paid en dtix.-lts at tbe rata of ail
L percent, ptr annum, March la tan 4 Huten
wr mi. inisi not witaurairn it aaaeil imrua
liately to the principal of the drpoaita, tnenby
ftVUlK UKUI WIUJWUJJ'l UIKTWfc
Harried Women and Children may
isepoBit jaoney ana no one
else can draw it.
Onen erery boameanlaT from 9a.m. to I n m
al dawrday ereninat for aarUigt depoeita only
romt to S o'clock.
W. HTSLOP. Tmstrer.
r Miwei icti'isiu. is. Tidies, MtOUiCT,
P. Xeff, vice I'rta't. T. .1. Kertn, AeaU aah'r
W Tlawvaa ll,.n U U7, t1. n.. V. t
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
oa. i no, xxjTjib.
t. BroM. Celro. Wm. KIiim, Cairo.
I'. Nff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A . SiiNuika, Cairo. H L. Bllllncaler, t. Louis.
K. Ilii.U?r7clro H. Wella, Cairo.
r. H.nrinkman. Ht. Loo la,
J. T. Clwrwja, Ulidonia.
tieaeral rlnnklnK Bnalieas Dae.
.TIlBl'n! nd bonght . Interest paid
Ha 5"T nw "'"ent. CollaoUons nude,
art llh.ilnM uromi.tlT attotiflwl to.
City National Bank
CAtBO, XLLHf OS.
CAPITAL - - $100,000
J. f. HAIJJUAT, rmUimi.
UE.tBT L. HALUDAT, Vleerrett.
a h. a.rroiu, oebia
WAI Ta UlbLbr, lae'tCubler.
J. traaTS Titxob, B. If. Corvioaa,
4. U. VlivuAMtaM, aVraraiBa hint,
A . V, BAJTOKU,
Biohange, Coin aad United Statea
Bonda Bought and told.
MtroifT reeatved aid
FAlHT AM9 tlU.
B. F. Blaho
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
7all Paper, Window Olata, Win
dow Shadea, tto,
always ob hand, tbe eslebrated uliuulnatla
Broaa' Zlvallcllxi ac.
Corner Bleventh Street aad Waahina
WHOUMAXH AND BSTAIL.
IN TEE. CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornar 19U Bt. and Oommerotai At,
C. O. PATTER ft CO.
STBATTON & BIRD,
cVaXNTS AXXKIOAX IOWDB CO
57 Ohio Levree.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
Ha. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC. ALattentiot tlrsn tioutlramiaU a a I
3 AFFORD MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City latiaaal laak Baildlaf , Bj-tUiil.
The Oldest Eatabllahad Axenoy la Soutt
am llllnote, rapreaannna ewir
I8& OOO OOO
Tbe Southern Hotel burned down, and
ret how many people carry their own
risks. Go at once to llcnry wells, General
Agent, and have your property insured at
The lost of
In this terrible St. Lo jIs fire was creat.
Obtain a Life Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth of all tbe deaths in tbe
United States ia the result of accidents.
This is no
Starr nut forth for the occasion, but is
taken from tabular statements, tbe reliabil
ity of which can not be Impeached.
Britten Amarloa. Aeaeta $1,180,000
KlUwlUe Mutual, " 1,440.000
tralo. of Pbila. 360.000
Vlramon'ei sfDeivtAn " 430.000
Haw KnarTand Lutoal Life. 37.700,000
Xliinoia teen s aenevaieat aneiety
Gikcral Insurance Aokm.
a bat Kanad Haaeel Cane
orriCI-la tba Alexander CountvIUak.
O'CALLAHAN tk HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Blate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Dlinoia.
Lightning Boda, Pumpe, Btoroa
imVUmm Twvl -
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
A thorough quantity aa4 e,ualirjr analysis by
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
Of Cincinnati aulfiolaady tiubliahei ike fact that In all eaKtulal m.U cinal pmiieitits tl e -
WATER HDF THE CAIRO .DRIVE WELLS :
Is almost Identic Jwill (hi of He finul i Spring of Arhnu,
Tlit Drlva Well wattrcarrvliw all tin carbonate of iroa or cbalvbtat erOMrtien Out It can hold In to.
lutien. Hcnca, by beating thu wxier and throwing iu vapor, charged wnh iuch neoicainaen a tlw caw
Id band may rtquirt, directly uKn the body or Ui dtctaMa ponioa of th patient, wi are through the
proccu of abeorplloa aaSblcd to produce all tlx curea that art Ifected by the walerapf the llol 4lrmg, la
one-half tlie dme and at letet one-half the eipcnM rtKuing the patientfront the periUa e( a long anil
exb tuallng trip, and from the quackery, Impoeiliua and robbery ineeperaule ftom a VIM leanda protracted
at tbe akireaala Spring.
It la now eonceeded that three vapor bathi are tbe moat thorough and rapid Mood purifiers known to th
world. Tbey remove by agreeable procciue and with amazing airlftneu and eeruunty, all Impurities from
every liber an lutue Ol the avium ' rentore iiincuerui ana organic power, ana in place or impaired vital
Ityj faff tiiec and phyiical exhauttion, give health and strength aad energy and vigor to bein mind and
llietr rettorative and eamtiva riewere are eaoedallv made manllelt In dlseaeM of rhrenle character.
Eryilpelait, llropty, Uheumatitm, Jaundice, Catarrh
Tbli procera It pleaaaat end agreeable, and U alwaytcatthilly adapted tothe itrengta end needt of the
Having 6tted comfortable roomi, with all needful appliance, patitntt can rrly upon attentive, caulioui
and tcientlflc treatment.
Lady patlenta, tor n he ample provision has brio rrudewlll be attended by competent bnule eathtant
Dr. D. ARTER,
Xos. 39 and 37 Tenth street, between Washington and Walunt
Note. This wanter contains 3.20 grs Iron to 1 galls.: Hot Borings water but 1.15
to 13 gallons. - i
I u. I
The undersigned have formed a
Business, heretofore carried on
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Under the firm name of
Stockfleth & Bross
And invite their friends and patrons to call on them.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
To my former patrons and the public generally :
Having formed a co partnership with F. Bross who is well
and favorably known in the city and vicinity, I hereby return my
thanks for past favors and patronage, and solicit a continuance
of the same In the future. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Evansvlile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneatown, Evani
Tills, IiOuiariile, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Tba elegant side-wheel eteunrr
ffALTsa B. rairKiiiaTOR.. ... Muter
Jhaiu.ii I'BKieiauTOif Clerk
Will leave Calra erorr WU.NK80AT at 6
o'clock p. m.
Tae Sett aieauer
BS3f RoWaIO Mt(Hi
Lmtm Cftira Tfry BATC&DAY.
Keen boat make doee connections at Cairo
With Aret-cUae ateamera for HU Louie, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kranavllle with
the K.AC. K. K for all point North and Kaat,
and with to Ixmlayllle Atall Hteaiuerafot.aU
points oa the Upper Ohio, giving through re
eelpt OBfreiguia and paasengera to all points
for urtaer Information apply te
jaiiiu UIUU1. raaaenger Agent.
II A LU DAY BKOa . ,
Or to U.J.UHAU1
rfutwrintendeat and General freight Agent.
lM-9u-lv. Kvanaville lnHinna.
Wkoleatl aad etall Dealers In
Foreign and Domeatio
mXEB OF ALL KIHU8,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MISSES. SaTTTH A CO.' have MnataaUy
a Urge (took tbe beet good" til Ui nw.
at, and (iveeapeelal attaattoa to I he wlioUtal
aaaa of the hualnea
226 Oommeroial Ave
0.A2Z10, ZZiZi. ,
ut cold, protracted Chillii and Fever, female Irregn-
co-partnerihlp In the wholesale
by F. M. Stockfleth, and will
same at the
Bute of llhnou, Countvof Alexaiuler 1.
In the Circuit Court, September term, 1 077.
fleauiis and Lacy fcr uae of Henry Weimcycr,
Henry B. Payaon and I'erdinand K. Cnd firm
of ft. 1L 1'aytoD AO.,) a arniltcc. O.r.
Affidavit bavin been filed in the office of the
clcrlt of the liid court, that Henry R. farton cne
ol the above aancd dcfendanU hu departrd free,
the ouue of Illinoin, you the laid Henry It. fry
eon are hereby notified that aconditiaiiaf jodgiacut
for the turn of Ki.ii and cotu ul suit was naittrd
againit yuu impleaded with l-erdlnand K. Caudi,
at the January term A. 1), liC7 of aid curt in uiJ
cauaei that a wnt of tcira ficiu luiaecn iiiucd
otttofeaid court lo Mid cauv jgalnst yuu, return,
able oa the Am Monday in September neat . Now,
iinlei yoo, tbe aaid Urnry U. I'ayaon aliall per
lotully be awl appear be ire naid court in the fir.
.Monday in September uext and then and there iho
caui if any you have, to the contrary. Anal juda--ni.nl
will he enure afaintt you r eaiil turn ami
co.t-f auii. JoHH A, EICEV'tl CVrk.
June, i, If.77.-w4t
Public notice ia hereby given that In pnr
auanr and by virtue of a certain order. Judg
ment and decree of the county court of Ale ten
der county, itata or Ulinoia, made anil entered
at the February term of tulit court, A. D. IMTfl,
upon the application of tbe underalgned. at ad
minlatrator ot tbe aetata ot Leui Jorgenaen,
deoeaaed, to aalil court for leave to aril real ra
ta If of the eald eetat to pay the debt of said !
tate.y will aieuch adininiatrator, on Tneailay,
July 17th, lS77,at the hour of two o'clock la the
alternoon, at the front door of the court houa
In tbe city of Cairo, in said county and elate,
offer at public Bile to tbe higheet and beat bid
der Ui following dracrlbed real eetate, namely;
The east half of the north-eant quarter
of aeeilon futir .(4), lo township No.
rntem (17i, xiutli tange No. two
U) weat of the &1 principal meridian, -in
aaid county; alao sixteen (lo) lota, No, one
(I) to twelve(12)lmthinrJiuive. and Noe.thmv
even(;i7) to forty (4ii) Iwth Inclusive, ia block
No. thirteen (1.1) in tbe fourth (4th)
ailditlon te aaid city of Cairo's the
said lots are designated and dea
crlbed on the recorded map or plat of aaid cityi
also lot No. twenty-foar (24), in block No.
flfy flv (,'.fi), in the Unit addition to aaid uily ef
Cairo, and also lot thirteen (1.1) and fourteen
114). tn block No. eventreD(l7), In the city of
la Salle, in the county of La Salle, and able
aforesaid. Paid real estate ia to be told for the
payment of the debta of the aaid estate, and
the same will be aoldfor one-half cash in hand
andthebalanoe in si and twelve month With
good persona) security and a mortgage, or aal
mortgage, on th prwn'se eold to secure bal
ance of the purchase mi ner .
Camo, Junetf, 1677. Administrator, etc
LOT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Ooal by tna oar-load
tion, or In hogsheads, for shipment
arompUr attended to.
DTS lavrarw oonauaiawrp atau at
fliXM ORY UOAI 00X7 AJfT.
"Halllday Bro.'a aOea, Ma. 70 OkleLerat.
"HaUldey Bre.'s wharf boat.
-At the Uoal Dm
Dnsap. foot af TatrtT-Ilchtt
aoanoflaotarers, wo aro prepare
Jo supply any quantity, by th
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
rst 0o Drawer, an.