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, lCf AiUI CoH.
H,eereathrii4 ioenannoe th rime ot
' Ahr I) of Jack County, cnJ'
fewfer twin iatlw ' e'rCul' " or
Iilid if tSlf of thf riuer.l uaeinblT. p
v4 Jin. I. . Mlooniaoaj d of th. coim
,M of uiMlr. Hardin. rank ia, JarkMn.
vi - ,, miaikl, oalln, I uloo and l-
luawoa. lacoadrtalodaay iu Auguat, A.
Tbe tollowlnf from theSm ot last
SatordaT trenlag will be endorsed by
every man who know Judge Dull. It
U til the more flattering to Judge Duff
because it comet from tbe source it does
when It la known that a few men In the
district are endeavoring to give tbe con
test a political turn. Tbe good sense ol
the people of the district will not, we
hope, allow politics to enter this content.
Judges should not be politicians ; and
the man who attempts to ride into the
position through the strength ol his par
ty should not be countenanced. The Sun
We have been personally acquainted
with Hon. Andrew D. Dull lor nearly
twenty years, and we have no hesitation
in expressing the opinion that be is, in
many respects, the ablest lawyer In Illi
nois, south of the Ohio and Mississippi
railway. A man oi learning, line legal
acquirements, unblemished reputation.
high personal integrity and largo expe
rience. Be is tnorouguiy qiiaiuieu lor me
ouice 01 appellate - uismct,
u. niiiv. wne tie is announced ji the
Sun to-day as a candidate. Jurigu Duir,
for a number of years, did fuitlifiil work
on the bench, and his decisions and rul
ings were seldom or ever reversed by
the supreme court. He has the confi
dence of the bar of all Southern Illinois,
and tbe respect ot all with w hom lie
comes in contact. We regard him as
eminently lilted lor the position lor
which he is announced, and sincerely
hope that he will have no opposition.
Massac county is cultivating an un
usually large tobacco crop this year.
The Metropolis 1 imu says : "The
Wheat crop is very fine ; hay good ; a
lair yield ot peaches, but the crop is ir
regular. Corn Is in good stand and large
acreage. Potatoes arcjustbcingplanted.'
Illinois State Rtgistcr: "From rrciitel
msn in the city trom southern Illinois,
we learn that tbe prospects are, that the
wheat and fruit crops in that section ol
tbe state will be larger and better than
ever before. Harvesting has com
menced and everything is lovely in
The Carlyle CotuHUUion: The rust
has done some damage to the wheat in
certain localities in this county, but take
the crop all in all and it will average
better than for many years, the favorable
weather for the past week or ten days
having changed the aspect wonderfully.
Chester, Eandolph couuty, Clarion:
The wheat crop, In this section. Is gen
erally regarded as excellent, though
considerable has been prostrated by the
late storms. With lair weather to har
Test and store the crop, there is no rea
son why our people should not be in
as prosperous a condition us anv In the
oalena ivess : ihe corn lirwp""'-
are quite flattering hereabouts ; hay w ill
be a ligbtuh crop, and it is rather early to
say what oats will turn out. Flax is
promising, potatoes ditto ; we have not
seen any barley fields this season as yet,
and don't want to so long as there is so
many chinch bug to barrass us.
For the last two or three weeks there
has been a great deal of rain In Kuox
county, and farmers are nearly discour
aged about their crops, especially corn.
Small grain is butter and grass a very
heavy crop. There will be more hay cut
in Knox ewinty this season than lor
years. The ootatoe crop U good, or at
least the pnspect Is lair at present.
Small fruits are. plenty, but there will be
a small crop ol ipples.
Extensive preparations are being
made for the State Fireman's Association
tournament, to be held at Ualesburg,
the last of August. The entire city is
interested, and no doubt it will ho one of
the grandest events of the year. The
premiums will be large and will he
promptly paid as tho awards are made.
A large number ol lire sompuulu. have
already signified their intention to be
There are several very attractive arfl
clea In LippineoU's Magazint for July, the
opening number of the twentieth volume.
"Edlnburg Jottings," by Dr. Alfred S.
Gibbs.U. S.N., giyes a chatty account
of the quaint and interesting relics of
former grandeur that abound in the la
mom Scottish capital, with numerous
illustrations that help to vivify tho des
criptions. The splendid engraving that
accompany Lady Blanche Murphy's thiid
paper on the Rhine are a teast to the eye,
while the letter TirPBpt trivet mani n. m.
ous and picturesque details not familiar
w toe orainary tourist.
Henry James. Jr.. m&knihu nm.n.
pearanoe la LippineoU'i with one of bis
most spsrlcllDg papers, An English
Easter." in which the salient: Ph.-,.,.,
Istici of the people, Including the highest
and lowest classes, are sketched with a
Ireaand pointed pen, but with no lack ol
xairneee and discrimination. C. II. Hr,i.
Ing describes the educational system of
France; David Ker gives a glimpse of
nussian u-avei ; under tbe title. ol "A
Day's March through Finland;" and Mrs.
Sarah B. Wlster writes with enthusiasm,
of fbe great French crltlo Sante-Beuve
aUlng extracts from bis recently pub.
Ushed note-book akd correspondence.
natdlnt Davis, are In Urn author's best
Te,ltocludea piquant description
of a spiritual uanct. There are two or
three .pleasantly written short stories
end several chapters ot "Macdonald's
MirqaJs of Losle," which U last drawing
to its close. The poems In tho number
arefbfr Sldey Unlet, Emms Lazarus,
aw JUi7 B. Dodge, and tbe content oi
the editorial departments are full and
HTODEB YTIU OCT.
Am at Of Well-Know n retro
For a Harder Commuted in Arkauaa In
Considerable xcltemeut wa oc
casioned in the city on Sunday Jn?t by
the arrest, by Chief ol Police Charlio
Arter, and W. B, Uxrkins, city marsluli
of Oceola, Arkansas, ol Kiley Covington
proprietor of tho barber hop on Eighth
street near Washington avenue. Hear
ing of the arrest of Covington we went
In search of Mr. llarklns with the view of
ascertaining It possible the nature ol tlio
crime charged against Covington. Mr.
llarklns and Chief Arter were iouiul
together, and from the former we learned
all the facts concerning the case In Mr.
llarklns' possession. Covington is
CHARtil'-D WITH MURDER
The particulars Mr. llarklns
to us about as follows: In
ber last Covington was
in Mississippi county,
sas. During his residence
he became acquainted with a colored
man named Shackleloot, a cotton picker.
Sometime in November Sliacklefoot and
Covington left Craighead Point, a place
on the Mississippi river near Oceola, to
gether. For somwiiuo neither of them
naaarru, until three or four week after
coviN'oro.v WH.vr back,
and had In his possession Shneklefoot's
coat, hat and watch. lien
kid what had become of Shackleloot
Covington said he had gone to New
Orleans. Though Covington's conduct
was suspicious, und there were those
who believed that Shacklefoot had been
loully dealt with, nothing was done to
lerret out the lacts as to his wtiereabouts
or his fate. Covington next made the
acquaintance ol a colored unii named
A DLAI LR IV ri'ltS,
and traveled with him on
his trip tlirough the country buying
furs from colored men. la December
last, while on one ot their trips, Coving
ton called at the reideuce ol a Mr. Bag
go tt, mid traded him the watch he had
got from shatkelfoot lor
Covington got Mr. Baggottto load the
gun lor him, and when Mr. Baggott
went to put squirrel shot in it Covington
told him to "put buck shot into it."
Mr. Baggott did as requested, and Cov
ington took the gun and went away.
Half an hour latter Covington and Wil
kinson were seen together n short dis
tance from Mr. Baggott's house, and a
few minutes later two i-hos were heard
in the direction In which they had gone.
At the time thoy wtro soen
to-gether iu the road Wilkinson had in
his possession a lot of fur;, tied together
and which ho was currying on his
The day alter this Covington was seen
at Craighead point with a lot of Mrs,
and when asked where Wiiklnsou wa?,
said he had Jeft him iu Oceola drunk.
This wa the laU seen ol Coving
ton. Two or three weeks later
WLK1XS..NS BOliV W AS KOIMJ
iu the woods near where he had been
last seen dine wi;h Covington. On ex
animation it was seen that he had been
shot twice, both times in the back, and
that the back portion of his skull had been
beaten into a jelly with a blunt lnstru
inent. Search being made, a gun which
was afterwards IdentiuVd by Mr. Bag.
gott as the one he had traded to Coving.
ton was found a few leet from the body.
The gun was broken and showed that it
had been so broken by having been used
as a club.
All these facts, which were sworn to
before the grand jury ol Mississippi
county, pointed to
COVINOTOX AS TI1K .MI UI)KUF;R.
The motive for the murder was undoubt
edly money, as it was known that W ilk-
insen had nearly three hundred dollars
on his person at the time he was last
seen with Covington, and when the body
was lound there was no money on It.
In i ebruary last Covington made his
apperanco in Cairo, and lor a time kept
small restaurant near the corner of
Fifth street and Commercial avenue; al
terwards he purchased the right for a
patent coffee boiler, and for a time ped
dled them about the city. lie next en
gaged to work for Ed. Braxton in the
barbershop on Eighth street, and when
Braxton moved into his old quarters in
the Iteiser building Covington opened
out on his own account in the shop va
cated by Braxton.
Borne weeks ago Chief Arter received
a description of Covington together with
a history of the crime. The chlel at once
"spotted" Covington, and notitled the
Ooeola authorities to come niter him.
Marshal llarklns arrived In this city
on the midnight train Saturday
night, and on Sunday accompanied
by Chief Arter, went to Covington's
snop. C ovington was engaged in shav
ing a man, and w hen Chlel Arter laid
his hand on him and notilled bim that he
was under arrest, lor a moment he seem
ed paraly aed, and unable to speak, ile
galning bis selt-control he put on his
coat and hat, and without saying any
thing was marclitd of! to the county
Jail. On the arrival of the Memphis
packet last night, he was turned over to
Marshal H:irklns who took Lltu back to
Covington, Is a mulatto, about llvo feet
eight Inches high, and heavy set. Ap
parently he is quk-t and irofleiisivo iu
manners, and would not be taken as a
man who woum commit a murder.
There can bo no doubt, however, that he
kiiicu Dotli Hiackel loot and Wilkinson,
one for his watch, and the other for hi
Child Arter deserves credit for the
strict watch ho kept over Covington pre.
Ylous to bit arrest to prevent h's p-t.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. IJ AFFORD, Pruiilmt.
S 9 T.W 1.011, Vic frtiik-nt.
W. HVSI.01', SWyan-l Treasurer.
P.W. Ham lav, CUA9. Galiouas,
F. M. SroenrnTH, 1'ailU Scmii,
It. 11 (.rNNlNOIIAM. II J.. IUI.UDAT,
.1. M. PlIULIP,.
IS 1 KI1KST pui.l on tlepontta at tbe rale ol ail
peroi-ut K rumun, March lutand Sdjiteru
nt 1st. Intm-tit Dot withdrawn ia tuMoi mime
Uat.-ly to the prinr.ial ol' tlie drpoaits, thi'roby
iviiu: them comiiounil interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every buHinramluy rromlia.m. to J p m
a 1 SutimUy evenings tur surlr.yi dejioaita onlT
rom II to S o'cl'Kk.
W. HYSLOP. Treaaurer.
K I'.roin, PnM'lcnt. H. Wells, CbjIiIct.
I . Nt-'U, Vit'c rrts t. T. J. Kerth, Aaet. aeh'r
Cornor Commercial Ave. and Ht Street
f . Itrnfs, Cairo. Win. Klupe, Cairo.
r. N ll, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
. Sufankrt, Cairo. It I., llillinifsley, t. I.ouls.
i" . Ilndir, Cairo. II. Wella, Cairo.
K. II. Ilrinkuiun. (t. Ixuis,
J. Y. Cii-nn'in, Caledonia.
V Ucucrul lliinkiux lluMlnea Done,
t?"F.xehanro sold and bmifrht Interest raid
n the Suviiiifi Ui purtincnt. CnlU-tiona made,
nd all ti'iftineftw uromullv attendil to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - U00,000
A". IV HALLWAY, I'rtsid-nt .
HI.NUY L. 11ALL1DAY, VuPreal.
a ii f rrii,L, i .lohU-r.
WA" ""K HfJI.i)!', Aae'l Catl:l-r.
S. Staats Tatlok, K. II. Co IXOHAll,
H L. Hailiiiay, W. I'. Ham ihat
(t. II. WILMAMUPI, SUPIIliS- IIIhD,
A H. SACrokn.
Exchango, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KP0SIT9 rectived and a (feneml baiklts
W. CJOCELYN, D. D. C.
iile t.n K.'irhUi "trw:. between Walulig..p
and Coiiki rc'i.il avemec, I airo, ,)!.
DRS. THOMPSON &. McCREA,
No. C4 Ohio f.cveo. ("AIIJO. If.LS.
G. ITAEEI30N LEAC1T, M D
Keprcial attention t'lven to Iloir.t'oiathlc
treatment ol mrtrieal (li,caeii, ail elironie
die!i.es and disease ol women anJ chill
dren. Oilk-e ou Commercial avenue nr-nr
Mntu street. CA1UU. ILL.
). II. Ml-LKKY. I). 1 . wINt'.AH, I. M. LAltM
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Coiiiiiuri la) Aveiiie, at otlie ol
LineKar A Lan.den :i-.'T-am
Hun pleate itv.
W. II. MABEAN.M.D.
Bossapitiie Paysidan ad Sirpo
Hr. Ilrlghani' is Sun-efvir )
Offlco 130 Commercial Ave.
2-1-!,n Cairo, Minoia.
Sw,i aiieniion Riren to the treatrnen '
Chronic l)i.cai and UiMj.e. iwculiar tu
l ia Attention Paid l
M;WT OU DAY TIME,
M(ilillOtrfi, - rftiro, Illinois
T Ht It. i....n . r t. . ... ,
J"J"t TJIIiilirV I I II I v I ft IVnl I
WholrAale Ihnpr in
03b , Osraer Twelfth nd
ICE ),v the Car Los I cr Ton Will be
(st-Leil for (hipping.
WlVfH TVcctnve, Ha icwooil (not uacd
fiAIIVl over mx minlh), SI cunt Si,
ii miKew puinoa ut wliolwuln. Oimit br
ORBANSain. Nearly mw, S.U- i slope. :.
l"pTTi la tor to Kntv opiortiinl
lue. ,i'w organ aihulle. lk-wiua uuita
tiona. licet ever mailf. lit An. Sent on H to
l. days' test Irlul, Mouevreiimdeil "t freifebt
id both way if iinwll-ia. tury. Kat, Ik".
AKula whdIiiI Di.r.wnt 10 harhuiA, mlniitcra
etn, Addret Ilauii'l i . Heuttr, n, lilngton,
Nf W Jersey.
Q(!Q a Week in Tour own town. Terme mX
ODO outUt tn. II. H LIXT i CO , Tort
u Ititllonnl Invnllil.-In iUiii'SB
every imrtion ot Hie ljo.ly nvniputliuea with the
a-at of the disorder, Wneii the -tomai'h fulla to
lrlormita fiiiiciinn-, tht liver, iiuwels, nerm
veins arteries, ,unia!l mure f leet ali'eeled
The- i.elin,(iienn rrMnirc n ine.liiiiie, cninliin
iiU ih ir.)ucriiu of u Mnihachii', m aHeralive,
a IMiritume, a t.mie, un.l a tedjlive to Iji-inn
Ihtm luelc to their iliitv: undull fiese elements
in tln.iv iinw... i . '. ........ .ih.
.... ,,,, ,t w tl m
, a I.
thi Krt'tiiline rem"ly f'i lr,iilelIon, onJ Ha
10 , pir. ... ,,. v tt K1:K".".Aii-
Ct ) a day m Ii-i... AfMi wti.ifl. timlu
VIZ ard imii fiv. Tttt'K ill., Anu- la.
TKE BLACK IIILLB.
I!y ll,'. MuRiMre, nlmfpent 12yeai " in ihi
Vfinn. Ijite-t no-oiinf? ol' eold and -ilver
pr.iiwi'ip, uiirieiiliiirnl and vrrainif re.nunea,
cliimle. Iiuiiling and Ibliitifr, InniaiH, ami -
irni inimiiuM wiiii inein, mining unl wild
vi'rn me, inn waferlalH. loi!ir,(t ireysen,
nolile win ry. imnii-n-e tntfpn, etc With i.
I ne illii-trulinn'. ami new map. Piii e IINI.V
lo Lr.N l. -iild tiv nil new-.lnilei , or pent
poetpaid lor )i enln by DONM.I.I.rV, I.OiD
l, Piihli-lier., i hicai'o, III-.
C. C. r.KKINM. D., former v of Uolon. has
alurmleiii cure tor IN I KMI'hIIANCh hit'h
cull he i-'iven without the knowlwUe the pa
tten:. l-o une for the
IVrminciii ouivi -unranleed in hutli. A?k
irutf iriet- lor it. Aediv-
lihKUSAiu., Kirmlnjf' am, Tonn.
was a wanted the ttirlie!t prize at the eentennial
exioitiou tor iia line chew.nir iUlitii.s, the ex
' lleneraml Ua'im.' eharacter ol its KWeeteninir
and tlvnrin)t. 11" yon want the best tohiKro
ever made a-k your groeer for this, and
that ea h p)iif hear our lilne stripe trade niai k
with words .liii kson,' Uefs on it. Sold hy all
johlierJ. S.inl lorsamp It (., A. JACKSON
& CO., Mnitfa1itrer. reteuurjr, Vs.
r)F Extra Fine Mixed Cards,' with name
UfJ 10 cts , pt p.ii l. L. Jo.NLb A CO.,
.Na.,-.i, X. V.
o e r. x i it r i r. r i s7 TmTv olii fke,
J withnniiie IOi-U. J. Ii. II Vltl.K,
Maiden llrid". N. Y.
n COO l"r '1"V at limre. -ample worth
$3 TO ,-.nvc ilX-i,v. ci., I'o.t-
'Zuccaic's Patent apj?.j?ijy
rPUIS r.M'VIIoi.liAI'A A ILL I'llOlil'l K
I Hroni o:ie i( n tliou.-uud I'ai-.-irnil ie-, of an v
design, writinr, drawing, tuajji, notieea, prii'e
lial. e: uiiiin.itioa lupir, ed:., uini one- writ
and an iir iin.ry ( opj itij.ni. 'Ine proeeH it
iiinple, ea-v. ill iaptd Sen ! for deneii(,tive
rinidur, and adilies THE 1' il'Yo'.H M'H
CO., Xorwieh, Unit, or JOHN MOXTILHI
t"'i X. .ixlii m, t Lome. Mu.
VI I". ATI IIOATH.
Evansviile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans,
villo, Louisville, Cinoincati
and til way landings.
1 iie'eli Haul hide who I ft':i,l,e.
A'altkr B. Pe.wisoioi
Will U-aTfi Ca:m every
fi'e,. I it
The lie. I -n alii, r
Hem Howahd Master
Ko. 1 HoUA leik
leaves Cairo every fiATf"JLIA Y.
taeh boat makes epne ennnn-tioni at Cairo
With flrst-clana Bhamer f.,r St. Louis, Mem
phiaand .New firhani, and ut Kvanavilln with
IU. K. AC. It. H. fur ailprdnu North and Kaet,
and with the Louiaiiie Mail Steau.era fo ball
point on the 1,'pp-r Ohio, giving throiiKhre
neipta on IreiELu tn I pn-wnert to uil i.oihta
lor urther infornuitlon apply to
J A UK- III1.'.-, i'aio.erjfr Airttit.
J. M.l'HILUI'S, ' Aarrutn.
, Or I" G.. I. CRAMMER,
ouiiermttndent an 1 ti. ueral Freight Agent,
p.. :..,! T M-r,ville Ind-ana.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeaale and Itcull Dealers ia
Foreign and Doxneitio
WIXKS OF ALL KI.MIH,
No. CO Ohio Levee,
ESRS. PMVTH A CO. hava Mnatantly
"t" atock ot the beat gooda in ilia mar
m, and five espial attention tolhe wuoli,
ati(-h of the buaineaa.
N I iX 11 KSIDLNT M HICK
K'e of I'Imi,,,,, Omnlvof Alenaroler
In tlic ( :mi,i Court ,'Seplenilr ll rm, 1877.
I laming ud ,acMy (j, uht 0f iCTry Waimeyer,
" ''on nn'' Ferdinand K. Candu Ifirm
AiTi.lj, 't li.vini; xrn fil-,1 in the r.il:t of the
t' r f tlie ,aid vnirt, that Henry k. P iy .iin onn
ol tlie al,v,. jrar,i ,t(Bndnnt lul d..-p:ir.)d from
l ie Suit t,f lllingi.. vni the .aid Henry II, Pay.
son are li'rHjv iioiille'd that a conditional jndnif.m
l'if the urn f $,.).ii; and cou of suit w.n rtmlcn d
"jl'';l you impleaded willi l enhnaiid K. C.n.la.
at the .1 inl3r. .. A fk nf m..A I
cause. ll,,i, ,vrjl ofl,.ir rja, haPicn i.sned
nut ot (ai.l court in said cauw .fialn-t you, return
at; c on the tirt Monday in Spteialer neat. Now.
unl.,H vi, tle .aid Henry It, Payaon .hall per
onal y be in. appear betore .aid court in the iir,t
(.aaw ir any you naTi , ltl, contrary, final Judu
meniwill litcutera .taln.t you for .'aid sum and
coM..f unit. TiijHH A.. REEVE. I !.,.
B. F. Blake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
.Vail Paper, Windo OIms. Win
dow Shades, &o. . .
Alwaya on hand, the raitliratid illiimlnatlo
roaaia.' 33 1 1 art 1 u k ,
Oorner Elauth Street and Weaning
VHOLP.SALJ! AND RETAIL.
IN TFB CITV.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uorner 19th St. end OommnrtdaJ At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMEHIOAN POWDE CO
f7 Ohio Lfivec.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And healer in
He. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
PKC.Af. attdntijt ei,vn tiM.ii n"fi'j a 1 1
MT. 0ARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
joTTo large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
io eupply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CUT COAL COMPANY.
rj-Hallidaj Bro.'a offley., No. 70 Ohio Lev.
trrliaUiduy Bro. '( wbart'buat.
tf"At Ktrynti.n Mills, or
B"At tbe Coal Iitimn. foot of TuntT-Eiabtb
tfPntl Olllee Drawer, wn
Atlminiif rator'e MnlP.
Public notire ia hereby ariven that in nur-
suance and by virtue of a certain order, Judif
ment and difcree of the county court of .Alexan
der county, state of Illinois, made and entered
at the l-'ebruary term of said roiirt, A. 0. JsT',,
upon tbe application of the iuideraiH-nd. n d
ministrator ot the estate ol l.ouis .loa'tnaen,
deceased, to aaid eourt for leave tn lell real cs
liiteef the said estate to pay the drbti ul said ea
bite.M will an such adiiiiuiatiiilor, on I uei'dav.
July lUh, l"T7,at the hour d tw o o'ldnrk in Hit
alti-raoon, at the front dour of tlie court hnuac
in the city ot Cairo, In eahl county and state,
offer at public nile to til his;het und best bid
der the following rhwrilicd real citato, namely:
I he east halt of the north-east quin ter
oi aeciiOD luur, It;, in lotvtlBhli o,
sevouteen (171, sontli nilice No. two
11) went ol tli c ! uriniiiuil inevicliiui.
Iu (aid county; alto lixlH'n (ii.) lulu, Nos. one
(I) lo twelveO.'Iboth i nelinive. and No. thirty-
w-Ten(:;7) to t'urty (t'ij IhiIIi inuluaive, in bloelc
No. tbirtui'D (11) in the fourth (Ith)
wldition te said city of Ceiru'os the
aula lots arc m-aiKnaici aim uea
cribed ou Hie re. orded map or pint ol' said city:
also lot No. twenty-fotii' UD. in block No.
liry-llve (V"d, iuth ilrat alditinn to said city of
(.airo. unu uiw iota iinrwcu ami imirtevn
(14). in bluet No. aevi-nteenllT), in the city of
La Salle, in the county of La Hitllo, and state
aforeaalu. ."-ul l real estate is to lie sold for the
payment of the debia of the auid eauue, end
the same Will lie sold for one-halt cah in band
andlhelialance In six and twelve month. With
xood personal security and a mortKJKc, or sale
uiorlKuice, on the prem'Hea old to leclire bal
ance of the purchase iiicitev.
Camio, .limes, 1ST7. Administrator , eto
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Ijte of the St. Charles.
RATES: $2.00 FEB DAY
Baggage Taken To and Prom the
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
A thorough ojiiu'lity and quality an.ilyl by
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
Of Cincinnati auflicl.ntly aiabll.li lit. bet that in all Kntial meJUinal prufertici ll-
WATER OF THE CAIRO .'DRIVE WELLS
h almost Identical villi tht cf lb hid U Springs 'of Arkansas.
Ill Urive Well Water rarryln all the rarbon.ite of iron or chalybeate properliM that it can hold in no.
lutiun. H:iite, by lie.ulrij this .,ier and throwing in vapor, charged with inch ineUicamenn a thecw
in hand may require, directly "pin the body or the deceased poriioo ol ihe p.uieni, vt ut ihroiiKh l
prnrf ol atKorpilua enabled tu produce all the cure, tliat are ele cted by the watm of the Hut spring, in
..nt-half the lime and al least one half the .rH-ne- reinnnir tlie patient friin ili periila of a long t ill
cihiuriilnthip. arri from the qiuckeiy, impciitlnnand ruhbery ins-peiahle from a viu to and a prolracinl
at toe atureaald Hpring.
Ii s now t-onceeiled that ihe.e vapor b.vln are the moil thorough sn.l rapM blood nurifierl known to tha
world. 'I'hey rerucyve by agreeable procen ;". and with amarli g swiltne and certainty, all iinpuriilen fn ut
every liber ami iitie oithe . Inn re-t' ie f iiKt;n:.l and or-.nic power,and in place of impaired vil.J
ity, lair.: anil physical exhaustion, give heaiih ami treni!i and rneigy and v'gor to Uith mind a al
1 n'r rcstorat.e aii'l caratie power, arc e-p-naliy ma'te manliest indiea,r of a chronic ch.-,raci' r.
V r)-i.K.la, IP'p,y, Itl.cuniatiim, .laundi'.e, Catarrh or cold, protracted L'bilhl and Kever, Female Irrei iu
This proceij is pleasant and agre'abie, and I. .yscaref .11 v adapte.1 to the itrength and need, of iaa
Ilavinc fitted cnnifi triable rcoir.., w.ib A'. ii".";,l a p', j.jOi.i- ran rely upon I'teMivc, rami' a
and ,c)cntillc trcatincnt.
Lady pat er.'f , lor ho nrr.p .rov' r. hai been iraj.,'w II U tuul d tj competent frirule asii-nn
Dr. D ARTER,
N'o". -'-i anil ::7 Tenth -fr-r, tn t AOPn Wasliir.K'on and Walnut
l AIKO, UA.i.
Von .'I hiJ wunfer conUins :.2'i Kr iron lo 1 a!a.: Wot Siiiin'M writer but 1.15
to 12 gallons.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership in the wholesale
LIQUOR & WINE
Business, heretofore carried on by F. M. Stockfleth, and will
continue the same at the
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 tho future. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
'The Kin of all Publications Iaauad
for tho Young- on Either Bide of tha
Atlantic. S.jHliialiiplun KiiandJ OUtrver.
The thirl volume of tht. Incomparable
Mair:lne U now cotiipleit'l. Willi ita
eltfiit hi.udretl royal octavo jiurej, und iu
six hundred illuatriiliuiiH, iu splendid eri
r!, IU shorter storitu, poem?, and aketehea,
etc., etc., In ita heiiiUlnl binding ol red
and gold, it m the nii.Ht vplenijnl fifl-bonk
for bo and uirla ever iiuel from tho
pre-. ' 'ri ft ; in full gilt, f,.
"Ht. Nicholas U lull of the r-holceht
tliinKi. The publi.ation U, In ull respecta.
Mm hast of iia kind. Wo have never yet
seen a number that m not surprisingly
liornl." The Churchman. 11 art lord t'nnr
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Wbi'-h open with November, 170, heirlna
A short and very t ntertalninf? aerial from
tbe t rendi, "The Kinf;loin ol the Greedy,"
a story iditpted to tlie ThankirlviiiK aeanon.
Ani,t!ifrserinl,ol absorbing inlcrehlto bova.
"IIH OWN .MASTKU,"
By J. T. Trowbridife.
author of tbe ".lack Hazard Storie," he
inns In the hristnma Holiday uml)er.
liphidus serial Nlorlca, Chrintmai Ktoriei
llvr ly Bkeb hes, poenia and pb-ture fur the
liolld jyt, and aoma atoiiishinK illiibtrallona
of Oriental porb,vilii drawint;t hv .Siumexe
The Christmas Holiday Number oi
tip rhly Illustrated, eontalnt a very ii.ter
"tinifpnjicr, "111K IS0Y3 OF MY HOYHOOH,"
lly Vllli:im Ciillon JSr ant. ;
"The florae Hotel," a lively nun le, hy
l.'liarles A. liarnard, splendidly illtitrniei ;
'The Cloi k in the nkv." hv Klcbard A.
1'roctor; "A Chil-tmaal'lay 'for Home or
SunilaT-cbooN." by lr. ExK'.txioii ; "The
1'eterkin' Chrlstinai Tree,'' by Lucrotia
1. Hale; "Poetry and i aroH of Winter,'
by l.tif-j Larconi, with picture.
Bo Not Fail to Buy St. Nicholas for the
Ohrietmaa Holidava. Price 25 eta.
During tlm year there will bo Intereiding
pipers tor boyx, by William Cullcn liryant,
John G. Wbittior, I lioinas lluheti, William
Uowitt. Ur. llollund, deorge Slai l.ioaald.
Saolord Jl. Hunt, rrnuk K. Stockton, and
There will bu ntorica, iketchcs, and
poems, of apodal Intercut to girlii, by Har
riet 1'renuoit Miotturd, Misun (Innlidiie,
Sarah Uintor Kollngir, Klizuhcth Sluurt
l'li(liH, l.uuiHa Aluott. I.ucrutiii 1'. Hale.
t.'clla Tbaxter. Mary Mapea Dodge, and
many other. There will be hIho
"TWELVE SKY riCTLKI."
By Professor Proctor, tho Aftronomer.
with mapn, tdiowing "Tbo Hum of Each
Month," which will be likely to Mirpua iu
Intercut any aerlea on popular acicuce re
cently given to the public.
Amusement and in-tructlou, with Fun
and Frolic, and Wit and Wisdom, will bo
minified as heretofore and r. .Niciiula
will contliiHe to delight the young and give
Jennurc to the old.
TUK LONDON L1TEUAHY -WOULD
"There la no magazine for the young thin
cun bn auid to oiuiii thin choice proiitclloo
of Sc'Hin.NKH'B prcsa. All tho articles,
whether in prot-o or rhyme, are throbbing
with vit ility. The literature and
rtlstlc IMiHtrallnns are both superb."
The London Daily Nctva auys : "We wlah
wo could point out Its euuui In our own
GOOD -YV3 KUlt 110VS AND f.ltf'
To meet tun demand for a cheaper
Nicholas Gilt-Hook, the price of voIh.
and II hasbcen rclm:el to $!l each. Th
threo volume, In an nleant llbrury eann.
are told lor $10 (in full gilt, $15), no that all
may give their children a e.ompleto not,
ThOHe volumes contain morn attractive ma
terial than fifty dollars' worth of tho ordin
ury children'! hooka,
Hiib-irlption price, a year. Tho three
bouqd volumes and a subscription lor thin
year, only ll'J. Bubacrlne with thoneartat
newiidoafor, or tend money In cheek, or 1'.
0, money order, or In regUtered letter, to
nir.iiv tr.N, r
IIm- Mont Kmiiieiu j.iviiik Autnora audi i
Prof. U AliiUcr, i-ruf. 'lyndall, IU. Hun. U
a. t.iKdnlona, I)r. W 11, Cardetuvr, Prof. Hut
ley, H A - Pructur, Praucx Power Cublw.
I'lUeof Aryyle, Jaa. A. r.milc. .Mm. Malocu
Mrs. Uillibuiit. Mm. Altianil.r Mi.. I h.. I,. 7
Jcnnlmrriow, i,evrgr Ma:lxiuild. Wm, Ma ,
Aulhuny 'J'rvllope, Muttbcw Arnold, Henry
KinKliy. W. W htury, AimtWIi, liiiBkia,
Varlyie, I'enuyin, IlruwniiiK, and many otln-i 1.
are rtort:nld in the nacrt m
Littoll'G Living Ago
Jn. 1, 177, THK MVIMi A(;K rnun up'
iia i;iid volume, wiih Die . .,niiniMN nimineud w
tin of tit but men and j itirnala of the count! ;
and wdhcndbtanUy inrn-uniiiK nrrcci.
In IK."7, itw ll fiirnmh lo ita n-iidrra the pr,
auctions of the furvino.it sutliora alxie naiiKtl
and nuiiyotherai iibrr inir lite rhoioe t r-eri 1
and Shoti hlonea by tbe leading tnfiyu Ncv '
iats, and an amount
Unapproacled ly any other Periodical
n the world, nf tin mot valuable litrrary ai 1
enntillr niHttirol the day, Iruni lb ins of I .
ealinif Kaaayiata, hcui.tiMn, riticx. Iii-wovt
ft , andKdi ors, rein-aeiilin)l every d'oarlHK- JL
of Kno'4ldhre and Progre-n.
TlfK I.IViXi; Ai.R.rin bi. a lt only ron -titr,
"KVKHV SAH UUAV," u m.
Harped), in a (kly unominr of h.xiy-ln
TIIfJKF. AM) A QPAIiTKIt THOUSAND
doubb- c.lunin o.-t.ivo 0r miUnR-niai
yearly. It rjii-w-nta in mi inexieniv lonu
eoneidermg its amount ol matter, with freohne
r.wm? to Us witI ly i'iie, and w ith a xabsflictn y
eomiileteneF a altimpLd by nnolbrr publication
tbe Vt Kmny, mi,.w,, Critklnim, Tale t
Skelrheani 'lmvrUnd liHi'oyery, IVn-try.Srie i
tine, liioirraphintl, lliilcriial ami l'olitiil In
foriuaiion, from Ibe entire boily of Fon-ii D
lvrimiical I.iti rat irn.
It ia thm-fore iiifiiliuible to every America
reader as lb-only fri-Kh Bn. tborouuli noniiilu
tion ol an indinpenfable current littmtnro, Ii.
dtspentuble Itecuuse it embruc-s the iroluctioi.i
The Ablest Living 'Writers.
all bruncbuof Literature, i-rieiua", rl. and
"Simply indiapenauhle to an one whoda
o keriubnai4t of the UioukIii of the aae in
di mrtmeiit of acience or literature." Iio
'A pure and iwrpatual rewnoir and fountain of
entcruilniniiii uud inotrueiiun." Hon. Kobert
C. W inllirni.
" I lie b.iht pi (i,li, ul in America." ThcoJo
i.. im n-r, i. i,
"Jl hits iio uiiiil in any rouiilry. ''Phila'lc
(Ii hi Pun.
'II iriredui- tbe bcxt Iboiigbta of Ibe be t
Ilittlds ol tliccii ilird world, iii.osnll toplcaiif
liviuu inti'rii."-rhiii,1,hln Inuuncr.
"The Imwi oi nil our eclectic publiwiliona."-
I be Nut', in, .Ntw Vork.
'And lliecheaiMvt. A monthly tlial coraeacve: f
wk "-The Advance, Chicago.
"With it ulonc a render limy fairly keep it
with ull tlmt in iinporlHiit in Ibu literature, hii .
tury, politics, ini.l m-ieiK-e of I lie day. ''XI a
Mvthodiat, New lurk.
The ableat vaaaya, tbe most entertainlne
atoriea.theilni'stiwelryol the Kiorlish lunciiair
are here galbeivd to geOir." Jlliimia Ma
'Indispensable lo every one win, ,'i va .
llioroUKlicoiiipcndluiii ol all that la huii.irnbl
It"''"0 ' y "' ,u '""-"""'y rtorld."-lloato I
"Otiglit tn Und a place In every America
Home.' -New i0rk Time.
Publlnlieil tiKi,v nt ea.'io year, free
lEXTBA OFPEB FOB 1877
To all new aubacrlbera fbr 1KT7, will be aen.
gratij the six nmnliera or r.oiitalnlitir, wit
other valimble niatier, the first Instiillmenta o
new tin'l powerful serial story, "The .Marqttla
Lossie,"liyt;Killl(il-; MACTIDN AI.D, now tn
uppuaiing in TliH Living Age irorn tt'lvaim.
Club Prices for for the best Homt
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"Pos-esseil of Tua 1.1VIMO Ann ntt on Or
oilier of our vivuuioiia Anierlunn monthllee, w
Hutmi-rilii-r will llnd himself In noinmnn4 ot- liny
whole situation. " Philadelphia Kv'k Bulletin
For 10.60 Tin Liviho Aoasnd eltlier oneoo
tho American It Monthlies or (Hariter Welily"
or Ilaaar) will be ti nt for a year, both postpaid
or, for it). no, Tin Livmo Ana and boribnr'
Ht. Nlcholaao Applelon'J Journal.
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nm it i 1 1 mn yoa iMiiiki ami iu MniurKM mi.
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