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" W are Mtherltwd U naouno. the name, pi
'-tMw O. Da, of .laokaon County, candi
dal for Iu4x in the strai Judicial circuit, m or
- mlMdby IMtctnf ttranneral aaoenibly ap
, lirol Jun , Wt. and compol of III
tiw of Alexander. Hardin, Praukltn, JaekaoD,
Maaaao. Pioe, Ptila'ki.Kallne, I'nionand Wil
lumKn. Election llratMojiluy tu Aajmt, A.
Vl anthsriaei to announce the name of John
Itoucherty, of Unto County, u candidate fur j udge
In th first jaallctatclrcuii, as rraniied by the act of
the general aaseinbly, approved Ju II. H77, and
' rotnpoi of iht counties of Alexander, Hardin,
Kraiitlia, Jackson, Johnson. Massac, Tope 1'ul
aikl, Saline), tinioa and "Williamson. Election
first Monday 111 Augiht, A.T)., tbW. .
To the voters of the 6rt Judicial diitrict, com
posed of lh counties of Franklin, Saline, Hardin,
Porie. Miuu. Pulaski. Alexander. Union. Jack
son, Williamson and Johnson, with tlx approval of
many friends, 1 hereby announce myself a candl
., date forjudge of th circuit court, under the act of
the general assembly, approved, June, 1877 at the
election, on the fcrst Monday In August, 177.
Nkw York Sun'. "The opinion brains to
' prevail that U tlw Democrats ot New
York select a ticket which i.s not mixed
up with any of the quarrels ol the party,
and nominate good candidates lor the
' state senate, who are not piudi.d to any
one for senator in congress, they will
carry the state by a hundaomo majority
. In JSovember." i
" Why Charleston city didn't do honor
to Chief Justice Waitels thus explained
, by the Journal of Vummeive: "Justh'C
Waite was unforuiuate in Mentiylii
' himself, and the lady ot hid family who
1 accompanied hliii; witu Judgo liond's
family.. Persons- who called were
, brought iu coutart, with tlioso they did
not want to know and desired to avoid.
Tills was known throughout the city,
and deferred -many who . otherwise
wished to be civil to Justice Waite and
his daughter. As .to entertainments,
the people of Charleston arc too poor to
Indulge In them. Atony rate they never
expect to entertain Judge Cowl or Iiis
family.' Let Juilg' Walto come here
' without lioixl and, we will not com-pla'n."-
The fame of the successful politician
vls only a thing of to day, a fact which is
illustrated by a late writer, who calls at
' tentlou to the lile and public services of
-Gen. Samuel Smith, of .Maryland, in the
. following notice ;
' He was a wealthy merchant ol Balti-
- more, once or twice its Mayor, and con
tributing much to its growth and pros-
' perlty more, perhaps, than any other
citizen. The good people of Maryland
, exhibited their appreciation of his talents
and personal worth by sending him to
a Congress lor a longer period of time than
ttie average lite or man. lie served
them as a Uepresentutivc or Senator in
Congress lor thirty-nine years. Ho was
made chairman of the Finance Com
mittee in the Senate, and discharged the
duties ot the position with marked abil
ity, lie was warm supporter of Jack-
. son'f administration, and on more than
. one occasion was elected Vicc-l'resldont
. pro tern, lie hau a right to think, mid
doubtless did tutuk. lie hau achieved
fame that would live after him. He died
about thirty-seven years ago, aud now
let us ask ; How many ot tho present
generation ever heard ot him ? Wo vert-
hire to assert that, could he now arise
from his grave, he would Hud three-
fourths of the citizens of Baltimore en
tirely itrnorant of his Ion? and useful ca-
reer as Baltimore's public servant. Such
Is life, and such is the ephemeral charac
ter ot political fame.
THE WHEAT PROMPKTN.
The June report of the department ol
agriculture Indicates a better prospect
thaa usual for wheat. The report of
June, 1S70, made the average for the
country 13 per cent, below the standard
of uormal condition, and subsequent re
turns ot the conditions arc still lower,
forecasting the scarcity v hicli has occur
red. The average for winter and spring
wheat together In this year 100, winter
wheat being above that figure and spring
wheat below 377 comities report ing
winter wheat la full normal condition,
194 above 100. and 1S3 below it. Ot
Bprlng wheat 92 counties report 1CD, 117
above and 137 below. The averages arc
as follows: Maine, 101; Xuw Hamp
shire, 102; Vermont, 102; Massachu
setts, 100; Rhode Island, 10; Connecti
cut. 103 ; Hew York, 10S ; New Jersey,
100; Pennsylvania, OS; IXIaware, !)7;
Maryland, 103 ; Virginia, 109 ; North
Carolina, 100 ; South Carolina, 07 ; Geor
gia, 108; Florida, 100; Alabama, UG;
Mississippi)!, 107 ; Lousiaua, 103 ; Texas,
110; Arkansas, IOC; Tennessee, 01;
West Virginia, 107; Kentucky, 108;
Ohio, 115 ; Michigan, 100 ; Indiana, 112,;
Illinois, 105 . Wisconsin, 07 ; Minnesota,
95 ; Iowa, 102 ; Missouri, 110 ; Kansas,
99; Nebraska, 103; California, 50;
Oregon, 10!). Ueturns from ;Califbrnla
Indicate hall of a full crop irom deficiency
ol winter and fall rains.
.niaaltailipi and New York.
(Sew York Sun).
Ills a dreadtul state of atlaira In Mis
sissippi which leta the Cliisliolm mur
ders go unpunished. On that point there
It little room lor dlwijreeuien. The lo
cality where euch a crime can be commit
ted with Impunity Is justly regarded as a
plague ppot, unfit tor human habitation.
Here in New York, and, indeed, through-
out the country, It is hardly mentioned
without an expression ol abhorrence tor
such a condition of society a, must ex
ist to secure immunity to Die murder.
But what have we to boast of lu com
parison ? Is not the Harrington murder
till unavenged! A young man was
mobbed by scores of persons In a public
highway and in conspicuous public
grounds, lie was tarred and feathered,
beaten and mutilated. Women, some ol
' ' the elete of the town among them, came
, out to look with woudcring admiration
on the scene. Finally tho poor fellow was
rowod out lu aboat and sunk In tho sea.
the briny waters choking hit voice und
,, silencing his cries, which were heard
V onl' bT heaven after thar. Yet this
... great crime remains uiipuulshcd and vir-a-in
it no CJhlaholm and Kelse, MlsslsMsslppl and
tl desr York I What have we to boast?
ti'it ' it. i.
,! ' TH VMM mt A. C. llealua;.
If, , CmcAOo.'June 20,-The counael for
,A A..U. JJethig to-day moved In the United
tI kkatea eoutt to set aside the Judgment
,jj .for $80,000 against Ueting. The tub
stanoe of the reasons urged for such ac-
...4wv htvs been already published In the
-WatblRrton dispatches. Judge Bangs,
""in oenau oi we government, acting un
der Instructions, Interposed no objec
Uont, and motion lor a new trial was
(otKitipat or Meilbd AieuiMiug
(Wa.lilulon Cor. ol the Cincinnati En-
The friends of tho Mexican annexa
tion scheme ttre utoviuv quietly, but
actively, and assert that they have tho
sympathy of persona high lu the coun
cils of our government. They ullege
that every movement ot Mexico to beat
a usurper or unseat a president lias
arisi n in the district that would be an
nexed to the L'uited States, and there
fore the reigning president, Diaz, is in
clined to lavor tuo project tor tho acces
sion of the turbulent provinces. It Liux
should be recognized, und a fair sum
should be ottered Mexico, the annexa
tionists have no doubt he would secure
tho session of the territory, which in
cludes the converted mines in Sonora
and Chihuahua, even though Mr. Kvarts
should demand that till the claims ot
Americans for damage be paid out ot
the purchase-money before a dollar shall
pass Into the Mexican treasury.
This nice little game would work well
all around. Diaz would get rid of the
hot-bed of revolutionists, secure the res
ignation ot his government and make it
to the Interest of the United States to
maintain him in power, and alter a few
years receive into his Impoverished trea
sury a considerable sum ol luouey. The
I'nited States would secure a frontier
more easily defensible, obtain an cm-
mense tract containing mines ol untold
wealth, ami an outlet lor the idle, restless
und adventurous classes of her popula
tion. The present citizens of the annex
ed tjrritory would receivo the beiiellt ol
the benign nml just law ol (he I 'nited
States, under whose civilizing iiillucneu
the bands of thieves and cattle-raiders
would lend willing ears to the seduetlvo
eloquence of that numerous class ol
Anvrioans preachers who ImveFXhaiist-
td themselves in political haran
gues form our northern pul
pit, me American owners oi .Mex
ican mines, which woul 1 he profitably
worked while the country was under
Mexican rnlp. will grow fat in pure
upon the products of their bonanzas or
revel in the protits ol speculative ven
lure'; the hungry agent and brnkt-rs
In Washington and San Francisco,
whose pockets nre stuffed with claims,
lor damages by .Mexico, anil wnose
patriotic souls are almost bursting wl.li
sympathy for the poor Texan frontiers
men, so long the victims ot Mexican de
predations, will weep lor very gladness
that their commissions are to come out ol
the I'nited States treasury, but not that
A prominent annexationist who oc-
ca8ilonnally visits the state department
whispers that an unofficial communi
cation hiis been sent to Diaz through a
Kenliickian, lamiliar with Mexican af
fairs, which is intended to draw out the
opinions of Diaz in regard to the cession
of certain state ol Northern Mexico for
a price, partly ollsetby American claims.
provuieu dim tie rcuogiiifccu.
A Oiiiik of Southern llliuol Robber
Special IMnp.rtcll to the Globe-Democrat.
Cauhondalk, 111., June 22. In the
latter part ot April a man named Uhlcs
was arrested at ue oio lor horse steal
ing and was incarcerated In the county
jail at Murphysboro. He belonged to a
band ol robbers who tiavo been carrying
on their deviltry lu this county for eonie
time. They were under obligation to
each other that U ouo was un cited the
others were to secure his c-cai)e. Utiles
has been expecting the attempt tor some
time, and becoming uixgustcu, thinking
his pals were cowardly, to-day niado a
full confession aud agieed to turn stale's
evidence. He states that about the lit'
part ol March three ot the gang, I .on
btherly, ni. Dclerch and huuselt eoiu
milled a highway rohbery on Heaueoup Imiuleil with this groutest care,
hridsre, near DeSoto, hy niiootimr twice all Its oU'eettt uro as wontlevful uml
and robbinfr hdward Itoach, wto win
returnlnglrotii Du J loin to his home in
Murphysboro. They did not wound
ltoaeli, but relieved him ot $10 cash.
Utiles aeknoNvledgesdoiiiir the shooting.
Some time in February they broke into
Wm. llrattoii'sclotlniiK houso unu Chas.
Martin's shoe store, hen and were sue
cesslul in carrying away considerable
booty. Shortly utter, they attempted to
ro') the express sate In A. II. Huberts'
furniture store, at Murphysboro, but
.ome furniture tailing scared them, und
taking a revolver from a show case, they
departed, Tho same night they failed to
open a safe in Clepner & Coastris' store,
at the same place, only getting the knob
oil. They robbed the company's store at
Mt. Carbon the same night, and pro
cured a number of articles. He states
that there are lour gold watches buried
on the bank ot the Big Muddy river,
which he will seeuro sime Day next
week. Deputy Sherifi Tollt arrested
Etherlyand Uelerchat Marlon last night,
and took them to jail to-day. There aiv r,
two others who have not yet been se
cured. This looks bad for our county,
but the result will bo so satisluctory
that no one can complain. In Murphys
boro, this niternoon, John O C.mncl,
formerly jail keeper, but at present
keeping a saloon and hotel near the
Narrow Gauge depot, shot and severely
wounded a man who wipes engines
for the Cairo & St. Louis railroad.
Owing to the lateness of the news touch
ing this place, your correspondent can
not learn the full particulars nor the
wounded man's name. Later To
night, Judge Lemma, prosecuting attor
ney, left at 8 o'clock lor that place, to at
tend the preliminary examination, to be
. -. .
Centralis (111.) Industrial.
The rains ol the llrst ol the month in
jured the straNV berry fields considerably;
damaged lite iruit so that growers Jiave
not been able to put their berries on the
market in good condition. Add to this
tho glut in the market, and the conse
quent total break dowa In prices, and we
have the principal reason for the collapse
Of the strawberry business this season.
' There will be a lair yield of blackber
ries and raspberries with a prespeet ttiat
the market will not prove to be much
better than lor strawberries.
Cherries have been a fair crop, but the
price lias lollowed the doNvinvard ten
decoy of strawberries until they have al
most censed to have a marked value.
There will be a fair crop of pent lies,
considering the dilapidated condition ot
the trees which were nearlv ruined a
couple or Nviutei t since by the severe
Apples promise a fair yield, though
nothlug like that ot last vear.
Grapes are well set ami idling rapidly.
In cute there Is nd rot or mildew, us there
was last year, wo may reasonably exnuet
a splendid crop.
French piibhcistt employ it reirular
stall' of lighting men, who assume re
sponsibility for articles reflecting on Indi
viduals, wiuie imprisonment resulting
from censure of Governmental affairs is
borne by substitutes, who receive $1 a
W. n. MABEAN.M D.
lmt:ih Physician ml hp
Office 136 Commercial Ave.
2-Wn" Cairo, Illlnoii.
Slelal ttentlni uiwn ft lit ir-aunra
i.nriiiuc Ul,aaea aLU Uiwaxa nuuilar la
DRS. THOMPSON clMcCREA,
Xo. 04 Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
W. C.JOCELYN, D, D. C.
oilliie on KiRliUi stroe:, between Wgeliltiztoa
an I Coiiiii iToiul nvenmes, Cairo, ills.
O. HARRISON LEACH, M D
Ke;iecial attention (,'tveu to Homeopathic
trmliiiuut ol turudcul i Ulfeanes, till elironiu
dicau and dining ot women aud chill
dren, Ollicu on Jomnicrciul avenue near
Mutj Htnct. (JAIKO. ILL,
J. It. Mt LKEV, U. 1 . utNK'iAH, J. M. LANHOkM
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
dim K: roiniiiiT. iul Avenun, ut ullU ol
I.iiH'Ktr A Linn I' ll rt-.lm
Mill Illl'HSC (V,hV. t
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
I if nl llic hi. I ti - r r.
KATES: $2.00 PER DAY
Bnggigo Taken To and From the
', ih Ail. liliuu I'aKl l't
1 V 'I I NIK,
it i;:iality of l i:TS always
DRS. CANINE & WniTLOCK
llmiii); entcriHl luto a O-pailiU'r.lilii. for I he
itp.)' ut pni:IUMiitf (k'ntitry, in ull it
hrani'lies, woul'l lu.-peellully iiiliirm llrwe mil
uiK ma M-rviivji ui , iliT.t.U ujf mlur, that tiny
ire preuirvil to attend l llit r wauls iu every
1 lie titling; ui' teelli done in the mint mlialw
!ory iiiMiiiii'i. I u-eiti n ir uitiili-i.il itentui-s, ul
wuya with a view of rc-torim:, us inr an jirae-
tiealiic, ttif ioiit (vitilonr iiii l minimi kn mion
it iln- rit.ii-l miiiiuven inellioiIM ami lliiiti-nals
Twth eMiwti'd iilxnliittly without iain by
jsmc nitn u oxide kiib.
11. ry extern) an nivitittion to all, to cuil nml
tec tlit iii iiml siilirit 11 liljcr.il slnireof their )iat
oiuiKv. Wink (,'im-niuced. I'riwn inoilenile.
CAMNli A YYIIU'LULK.
Surue ill IHMitiuU.
li'Loiniuin iiii cane, neiwun bill nml 'in sin
All vtillunra tiom thin diseui-e
anxioii't to be ciucd Khould try lr. Khi
ner' Celelirated . 'onuuuii'tiNe l'owdern.
I'tieae powdi ri are ihs on 'y iirepnrtion
known tliut Nviikui'o (.'iiii-iiinpUoii and all
disease ol the throat und llinff Indeed,
so niriing is our faith in llieiti, aud aiio to
uonuiiee you that ihcy uro no liuinluii:, nvb
will I'ortvard to every MiUurer, hy mail
uoxliiuid, it free trial tiox.
NVu don't iiiLvoiir1uionp.s.iintil vov
-rms'staintui'T arliclu n com-
; rtalisl'adorv as ever.
tit restore i'l'iiy or tailed hair to
s youthful color.
It removes nil eruptions, itching
ui ilinilmH'. It jjives the lieaila
poliii"', Miotliiii"' sensation of great
pinfort, ami tlm scalp liy its use
eonics Nvhiti ainl clean.
liy its tonic properties it restores
ut capillary glamls t their normal
for, prevent intr liahlncs, tuxl
tia.;iii'' tlif! Hair "row tiucii aim
As a tto?--:ir.r. nothing kas been
i-.ni'l k effectual or ileira1le.
. A. Hayes, M. 1)., State As-
iveror.Masiaciiti-setf.s. pavs," itn;
(onstifuoiits are pure, anil carefully
leetfii for exec Cut ouaitv: anil
OOlH'uli'l'it tho 1 5 KST 1 1I KI'A NATION
-I). ali rs!n
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glaus, Win
dow Shades, tic.
&lraya on hand, the celebrated illutiiinatln
Corner Eleventh Streot and Waablnf
It. SMYTH & CO.,
WlioK-nale an4 KeUU Dealers in
Foreign and Domestio
;vri:s of all icimin,
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
VfKSHHS. SMYTH 4 CO. har SonaUnUy
wVX a larite atoek ol the beet Roods Ui lliu mar
et, and give especial attention to I be whuluaale
"'h nf thi hnslnvM '
Estate ol Frederick L', Vateruiolcr, de
ceaKu, The undewlKned, having been appointed
ailmlnU'rator of tlie euta of Frederick K.
W'atci meter, lute otthe county of Alexan
der and Suite ol Illlnohj, deceaned, hereby,
Klvci notice that bo will appenr belore
the cotinty court of Alexander county, at
the court house in C'uire at the July term,
on the hocond Monday in July next,ut Nvhlcti
time all pcron having claimn aijutiut mild
esute are not i tied and requested to attend
for tho purpose ot huvlnif the same ad
lustod. All person lodepted to haid en
lute are requested to make imaedlatu pay.
uieut to the URderahilied,
Diiled, th! Mil i'ay ol May, A. 1).
I7T. AL U L SI WAli.UMlSlKK.Adui'r.
226 Commercial Ave
Vliuka!e Mealer In
ICK liy the far Load
iiueked lor hhlii!ii(r,
or Ton W ill he
Oealer in Fresh Meat
Bntwutii WafllDtoo and Uuminuicla
A vniiia, kltuluiDtr Uaucy'a.
I ' I Y I'.r aali the Uat i'.m, Hoik, Mullo
t V n, IjiiiiL, .SauutKe, .tc. ami i U
il ' i', . h.m n ei .-e IhI U Til" l
Kiivlii.li Hiussel", Three I'ly and tnerain
also, ; t ill i atom, Vehet Utipn, t riimti
i liitlis, Oil Mollis, etc., very .diruo
at Hie I dd I'iai e
112 PULTON ST., NEV7 YORK
Carpels rarelull Hi ked acd v lit to an
purl ol the ( 'lilted M.itca tree of e)ialK.
ri-SEND TOR PRICE LIST.
J A. RR.VDaT.L
Kstiilo ol l imo'itiy (J'C'ilali.in, deceased
1 he uuilurt i'-nrl, liatllii; been HMiointi'd
ailtuiiil-tratiix" of t lie e-tate ot 1 into-hy
O'ealla'mn, latK el the county of Alexander
and Mute id lllliiiiis. deceased, lierel y mves
notli'ii thai she will utipear lielore the
cot.nty curt ot Alexander county, at the
court hfttisc in Culto at the August term,
on tlm third M-niJuy in Aunu-tneit, at
which time all persons haviiij; claims
aptinst siild ei-late arc notilicd and re
iiuestud lo attend fur the (lurpose ol havini;
the lilj isted. All pft-nonst indelitcd
to atd tlate arc reiiisi.led to make Imme
diate pinmeiii lo the undersigned.
DaUd thin lutli day of .June, A. U. 18".
lillllll.ET (' CAl.l.MlAN,
Gmiiiiiiriun, that seoure it' humanity. Is
lliek'nui I it ii'l ui the human family, in all uvil
1 I ee i cm li. lent that 1 inn in piieM-niun of the
inily nun:, inl'jllilile renieily now known to
he rofi's.iun lur the 8wc-ily. poaitivc cure ol
hat ilrea'l ilisea.se, ami its nil wi lromo Ciiiii'oin.
itants, viz; l.aUirh, Asthma, lironi-.hiliii, Nrr
votli I'l-bilitv. etc., eic. I um old fogy. 1 be
lit've in mi'ilii-liic. Tveutv-eii:iit vearn exiw-
I'ieni-e 114 u busy praetilimier iu the bent cwi-
nuuiiion iiuniiiaii) in tin. oiii anil new worhl,
Iwk tuuuht um the valuu ot uroner mwli.-j. ti..n
I, both lucul ami coiiatitiilional iu the cur" of tills
-,itrut enemy ot our race 1 have loiiml It. Hut
r,i hiii iliK'reniiinK. 1 atirtetl Hilt to any t thuee
Oj-iiiifrniK wiui -iiisiii!i.iiun oi- any ot the aliove
.NiulU'lteH, that liy if I t ri-.su u mu. Kiving aynipa
(lnim, they ahull lie uit in liosscosion jotliin
Txnvl boon, without chuiije, nml Nhull kave the
,,liiivili of m i-xn:rie mi-in thousuuils ut caw
rfilccesstUIIy tivateil. lull imrlii-Mlurs, Uiruc--tJ
ions for irt-iaratitin an J u-f, ami alvice uml
(ii'isli'iii-lions r.ir auci-essfal trealment ut your
;vn home, will he reieinil hy juu by return
muiil, freeol churice, ty lehhessini;
ti I'll JOIIN lll'KXKTT,
g iv" I V Ho .h-fler-im .Ini-I I 1 1 i m v i 1 1
l'erin.uietitlv cured no IminhiKr nvnna
onth'H limine of Dr. (.ioularU'it t'elelirat-
2'i J it rowders. l o rouvinee tuitleren
rliat these powders NNill do all we i-laini for
.hem, y,e will send iliem by mail, pout
' mhl, a free trial box. As Dr. (foulard i
..he otily phyaieian thai hm ever Made this
Llifcui-a a upeciiil mnly, and um to our
hnoNvled);e thouaands 'have been perma
axientlv cured bv tlm tisp .if Hn.-i. nrnx-ii..r
T'e wi" K8""""0 " ju-rmain-nt cure Id
everv ease, or relund vmi nil nun .
pnmleU. All mitli rem should give the
Powdera an early trial, and be convinced
of thoir curative jioetH.
Price, for larire box, .!, or 4 hoxen lor
tin, entity mail to any part of United
MateBorCanada on receipt of price, or by
exprem, )J. O. D. Addre-H,
ASn & BOBBINS,
.ifiOJ-iilton nreti. ISrjoklyu. N. V.
tie nia'ie tiy every alien
CV(rV lliotltll iti flu. Ii,iyini.ttu u-A
furnisli, but those willing to work cau eauily
arn a dozen itollum a day riirht in their own lo
uilitieK. Have no room to explain net, Husl
ima pleasant ami honorable, Women, boya
nd girls do as well as men. We will fuminh
you a complete onttli free, The huHinena pByi
belter than anything ene. We will bear ex
penwofntiirtiuiiyou, Purticulara l're. W
ind fee. Kurnii rs ami mechanics, their SOB
niililaiiKhtera.uinUII i-lUse8in medol paying
work at home, should write to ua und le.rn at
ibout the work at oni-e. Now i the tinn
lon't delay. Ail.lrsa Ihi.-b 4 t.o. Auiruata
NOTIUK OF FINAI, ,SKI"1 1.K.MKNT,
KstateofTliotnasK. Sullivan, deceased.
To Nvhom it may concern Please take no
tice thai I have tiled my Dual account at
Adinmiiitratorof!,aidcs iito, und khnll ap
ply to the county court of Aluxunder
county, pitting as a court of probate, at the
June term thereof, to-wlt : on the third
Monilty ol .June, A. 1). 18", for a full and
final disi-hnrjre tiom all iurluer liability aa
mhiilnlptraior of wtlil emule.
t'a'rj, III.. Muy 22d. 1877. d:!t.
Public notice la hereby iclven to tbehein
or Daniel M. .louea, deceased, mid to all
other penmiw Nvhom It may concern, that 1
will apply to the county court ol Alexuo
dcrcoiintv, Illinois, on the ltUh day of June
IS. i, of the dime term lb"7 ol bald court,
to be hold 3D at the court bouse In
Uiro. In said county, on tho third Mon
ly el June 18:7, for an order ol court au
tborir.liiL' the undersigned to aetl and com
pound tho desperate note und account
claim ami demands due the estate of
Daniel M, Juuui, deceased.
June 5, 1S77. dtd Admlnlntratrlx.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware dealea for the
New Stand&rd E&amelei. Preserving Settle-
Marie only hy the Btavndard Manufacturing
Oo. Plttebura- Pa. Kvery kettle tia.U of
rati iron, warranted unu irtiaruulewl Dot to con
tain any lead or arsenic or any other polaunuui
matter whenever 'i--lm
"M. R. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon,
OOlre In Winter' Woo It, corner Heventh- and
Commercial Avenue, (entrance on Heventh.
KeaUlenceTulrMvnU) afreet, wnat ol Waahlngton
The Grandest Amusement Enter
prise on the Face of
Educated Broncho Horses and
Trained Animal Exposition.
Organlred and Conttnicted to Entertain, lnirnct
j. ii. M int,
r. II. MOOI I K,
A I'll-slTIVE, OUICINAI. SEN."
A lre of Wild llroiieho
Which, after a patient
tutelage ol' live
years, appear in ine mosi uiareiouneiiiiue
lierlormuiue.H ever wituened With tlie
siBnle exception of the beauuiiil niiilt wnite
Arabian steed "NKTT1.K." ail were, live
yeaia tto, ItONMMi Wll.l ON llIK
PLAINS, and every one now appear en
tirely naked a they were born, and free
from restraint ol hit and bridle. The
champion leaping horse of the world,
la pronounced by ull aduiirerof Ibat noble
animal the most perfect aud noli epeciintu
ol horse llesb in existence, eccoinplisului.',
among oilier incredible teals, the astound
iiiif performance of l.upimf over and clear-
at ti einxle hound tx linrsen standing
abreuat. ills enuul doeH not live. I Tuler
ptuml. these horse ohv by word o I emu-
matul. w ithout the use of hrid e, bill or
cueck, and the management will give
100 OOO for a Troiief lloraea Like
l lirm, or win Live- niii oiHi lor
llie oilllleriHrt l I lie l,.-Mi
iiiK llorau -.Netlle."
The Original and (July Kducated .Vlld
BHATU nml IIOMKI,
The Twin Slam, In their cbool-bo) pastimo
ot "See Saw ' or l etcr, Jtlst im you see
depicted on the lare bills and in the cut
below. Also, playing ''Utile und tetek,'1
"Leap Froi?.'' iuiiiiinx over each oilier,
an-.! a latin'hable exhibit'on of animal e igac
iiy In opeulni; a box and t-xlructini.' goodt
thetefiom, and rlosiiir the box u'alu, per
sistitit; until the teat id accomplished.
(Il'lll, I lift florae ArlillerlHl,
ascends a ladder backwards and lorward,
aurrounded liy a n-a of tire, discharging a
cai.tioti at word of command, and also
while liy mi,' ut lih'litniii hpeed over a ate.
I LOU.t, llio Ilitrri I AneeiiNiouiai,
rolls a burrol up und down a rarrow, in
clined plane, without losii, lit-r balance,
just us the artist hits pictured It.
liir r Y, the Color Hearer,
jumps over gatca backwards and forwards,
distinguishes colored line's atrciUtst ol the
uiutlunce, aud leap through hoops ol tire.
m.WKIt, Hie Drill Muster,
C'apta'n of the 8'uad. maiiuis the evolu
tions and ilillerent actions ol the great mil
the Vonder(ul Meni-e Mare, everybody's
tavorue, and in style unu action is a marvel
Pit l A M..M, the ( Iiihii lliirnp.
a perfect picture, is continually doing
mirth-provoking eccentricities. Also
waltes, carrying articles, walking erect on
bcr hind feet to her trainer. Acta as ser
geant of the Drill, an 1 performs other
novelties too numerous to mention,
A WO.lli:itllL MIMTlltY OKI I.I,,
in which the C'ongres of lironcho Horses
jointly uppeur, in all the military evolu
tions of marchinc, whcelintf, chatgiot', re
treating and countermarching with tlie
precision and intelligence ol a squad of re
KUlur soldiers, and is of peculiar interest to
ull who have shouldered the mueki t in
peace or war.
Among the Olympiad Stars will be found
TIIIM.KDAT I.OI.O !
The Great Trapeze Artist.
UiK LA HI FAMILY !
The Vncoualed Acrobats and Acmeoi Pos
tures. The Extraordinary Kuropean Mermaid and
Mllr. I'DA I.F.TTA A Won. WALL At K.
The inirtli provoking Sbukspeariau clown.
tiii: II'K..i:U SITEK !
Ill their chaste Culistheutie Kxercises Iu
mid ulr and Kevolutlonson Single Wires.
J.C. .Ml KtllV
The Grotesiuie Clown.
e WondPEA LA PETITE
Mr. EOBERT WniTE,
The (,'elebruted Menego Horseman.
The People's Favorite Clown.
The Inapproachable dyunia-ts und Acro
bats. PEOPESSOE WILLIAMS,
The Wonderful Lion King and I'erforii er.
M'LLE. MARIETTA !
The I'neijuuled Slack-rope Artiste.
Two Rocky Mountain Goats, SEB
ASTIAN and SINBAD,
Who appear in Double Acts Hiding with
consummate skill and grace.
The Comical Trick Mules, ' OZ
ARK" atd "BOB."
In the Animal Exposition Is a
DEN OF PERFORMING LIONS,
Including the world famous Lions,
"DL'KH" aud "DUCUEsS," from Cen
tral Park. New Vork. The Hon
"Duke" Is the largest lion in
epacity in the world.
The management wish the p. bile to un
derstand that this is not a circus aud mena
gerie show, hut something entirely new
and different, catering for moral, fastidious
and elite patronage, where they cnioy
harmless amusement und instruct the
The festivities of the ilav will be ushered
In by a
GRAND STEEET DISPLAY,
including the Uorgenus Hand chariot, con.
taing ALLK.Vtj (iltEAT NKTUOPOL.1T
aN 13ANT), conceded to be tho llncst band
traveling in America. The Hand Chariot
will ho drawn bv richly caparisoned horses,
ami followed by the wonderful Broncho
Horses. Lions and Leopards performing
lo an open eagc, und in lull view ol all.
IJut remember: the attractions of this con
cern are not given on the street they are
in the show under the canvass.
l.acn day lha beautimi
will give au exhibition free to all, perform,
ing her Oreat Ascension on the Ththt Hods
stretched Irom the ground over the mam
motn pavilion to the towering eenter pole.
Two exhibitions dally. Doors open at t
aud 7 p. m. Performances coimueuee one
r3r Notwithstanding lb enormous ex.
penae, prices of AdmUstou will remain as
: AT THE
Farmers' Tobaoco Warohouoo
We will on
Thursday, July 12th, 1877.
Oiler a due Hue of Tobacco consisting of line WltPPElt.S and elllPPEUS.
Flrat.-Premlum or FIFTY DOLLABS for the- bast Shipper fold thU dr.
Second. -Premium of FIFTY DOLLARS for tha beat Wrapper f lta olaas.
Third -Premium of TWKNTYFIVK DOLLARS for tho beat Kentuoky SnJppar
Fourth -Fremlum of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLi RS for tha beat IUinoia shipper .
Fifth. -Premium of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS for tha beat Hlaaooii Shipper.
Sixth.-Premium of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS for the beat Tenneasee Shipper.
Shippers lo welch not less than 1.M0 nounds net. lllatk Wranera to welvh not
lets than l.euo pounds net. llright Wrappers
'I he Tobacco to lio otfered lu these l u
NO ENTRANCE FEE
('hlro. Ills , .lunc 'J'2d, 177,
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
A lliuiuii;l qiiii'Uliy und
tt Cwiti:uti f uflicituih iut.lil.ff-i it.e
Is almost IfaM with tht cf
'I he llrhe Well water carr vinr i.ll the rjrUiruite
I.unin. Hence, by heaong lhi wjtep anJ ihriiwni in u,r. 1 lurked Willi nch mrdicameati at the cite
in hand may requtre, direrily un ihebcily or ihe ileceased portion ol ihe pjlient, we are through the
process of ativiroiion enahled tu prodm e all ihe euro lhal are lfclerl hy tlx water of tha 11 ot pnnfi, in
one halt tlie time and at leapt one-half the etprnse- rru.uniK the patient from the ueriibt of a too and
eth luntiiiK trip, and from the nuaUciy, iinpu,lii,ii imlfuhtry iiuicrable flora a ml la and a protracted
at toe alorrftald pring..
It k now onceciltu thatliite vibor ii.-uht are the ni M ihi.ruuli and rapid blood puriften known to the
world. I hey remove liy agreeable urote-M; aod with amajii g iwiftrurt and reruinty, all impurities fioin
every titier and name ol the .y-oin restore functional
iiy. lassiu.ac and phv.ical cxhau.iiuli. tivt hcaiih
'1 he'r restorative Mnd curative powerl are especially mad.- mariifent itldiutaiM of a chrentc characupr.
F.ryipe;as, lrupy, ItlKiiiiutitui, Jautulke, Catarrh or cold, protracted t.hilM and Kever, Female Inegu
lanties. I his pro cis is pleasant and agrteabie, and it aiwiiyscari-fill)' adapted Ui the tlrengih ami need f the
Ilnvinx fitted comfortable rooms, w.th ali necdful .ippliaiiccs, pa'ictils caa rely ut-on attentive, caulitnu
and scieiiollc trentmcnt.
Lady patients, for he ntnp'e provision has bten made, will Ik alleinl'.d bv competent fe male aatislanu
Dr. D. ARTER,
Nos. '.' uml ;I7 Tenth street, between Washington and Walunt
N'ki k. This wunter contains 3.20 rs iron to 1 galls.: Hot Snriii"; water but 1.13
to 12 oallons.
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
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.
obtatneM, on nip
medical or other
label. CavmU, Aitifrnnientx, Interffcran tu,
etc., promptly attended, to. Invention tl.at
by the I'aten
Oil! c e may
till, iu tuoa
uanei), lie He
cured by ua.
alte tho l'ateut Olllcve we can make clutter search
es, and secure tntrnta more promptly aud Willi
liroadvr claims than thoae who are remote 1'rom
end it a a
k e t c Ii ol
w e make
ex a mi ua
(I m tree of cliaritc,and advise aa to psti-titutnlily
All correspondence ntrictly conildenllui pilcea
Priwa low, AM) NO U1AUUB t'NLKS
PATENT IS feKtCKED.
We refer to olUclah In tlie Patent oflicc, and to
D Ventura in cveiy State In tlie I'nion Addreti
C. A, SNOW A (JO.
Oinioc e ratputODice Waaliiniiton, D C.
State of lllinon, County of Alexander is.
In the Circuit Court, Scptenilier term, 1877.
I'lcininji and l.acey for um of Henry Witmcyer,
Henry K. Payaonand Kenlinand K. Cauda firm
of II. 11. 1'aj'iuii At Co., aa (.irnisliees, liar.
Affiilavit having- been filed in the office of the
clerk of the said court, that Henry K. Paysou one
of the abuve named defendant haft departed from
the State of lllinoix, you the 'aid llenrv It, I'ay
son are hereby notified that a conditional judgment
fur the mm of HKl.tiH and cota of suit wan rendered
itgninftt you impleailed with Ferdinand K. Cauita.
al the Juniiary term A. Ii, 1M77 of paid court in aiil
cauae: that a writ of acire facial haa Sheen luued
outofaalil court In laid caiue anainst you, return
able on the fin.1 Monday In September licit. Now,
iiiilesa you, the laid Henry It. Pay Bon ihall per
sonally be and apieiur before said court on the first
Monday In Heptemher next nnd then and there show
causa If any you have, to tha contrary, final judg
ment will be entered aaalnst you for uii sum and
com. sf suit. JOHII A. REEVE. Uerk.
June, HI, 1877. wit
l-. H'h wceli tii.ffi'til.n,tilKtiiia. tn.iia
ii-iliiioina , m ,. i, mi. Ill ml. Par.
Ueuluiiiev, J.U oi ilixi o.i.l.oui,io
to weigh not less than 600 onnds net
i, pbould be forwarded to uaon or before
WILL BE CHARGED.
HINKLE & TH1STLEWOOD.
i,,ulily uiial.i- l.y
E. S. WAYNE,
Un ih.i ,n all Catrnti.l Pocdiuiial fru)j(rtirt Ibe
lie hzA U lpmti ot Arkansas.
of iron u chlvbrale urotjepiiM thai It ran hj.l.t ! a.
and organic power, and in plate of impaired viul
and itrcnutii and t-n, nv and viaur to lx,lh aaind a tut
and patrons to call on them.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
FUSES REDUCED 70 SUIT TSE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor 13 .00 Pr Da
Spooiol Rata by Wk r Mamtk
A limited number of very deairabla lam
rooma can be secured at reuonable rate lor lb
The M. Charlea la the larfreat and beat aopolnl
edllouaein Southern lllliiola.and iatlie lead
hotel in Cairo. Nolwllliptanding the "B
Hock" reduction lu price, the table will,
uaual, lie liberally aupplied with the very
ol everything that ean be found lu market .
Pine larite aumple rooma ror commerciaJ trY
elra, on Krotmd lloor, le of charffe.
.t.Ct"Ali1 lKKu"f uw comeyed toandlrvaV
tbebotel without charge. vp.tIvai
K. H. EOXEW-
Ptli i le r
Co ffe e. Sugar ic 8 jmv,
. Specialty in Toao.
Goods Delivered Promptly.