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' ' " i.iti mt rirrwll Court
at'" -I i ziuniT. a camh-
' . .a a. ii. Allllill
! aath riI to sonounca the name of J.ihn
rtoaehettv. of Vnn County, camimaie rjij
. rnluia.ck,J..h.v. Mc, Pope lu
3iSt. Us.'on ana Will..on. Kl.cibn
lirttMoaiiajr laAuiwt, A. U., In..
To the voters of On first judicial ditilc. com
pasedof die counties of FnwkliB. Hardin,
T m u..i..l; AUaanilar. I UKtn. .I.H'IC-
MtaTir UUnuon a4 Johnson, wiih the approval of
roWyf.ien.. thereby announce myeu "'
clue for Ju le of the circuit court iimlei Jhe c o
...l snnroved. June. Its at the
flection, oatht firsi Monday In August, 1",7.
Tn Paitiieiih San titiVS the CtlllO
Knight Templar the following eoinpli
Wtonihn KniriiU "emptor of Cairo
rt iim rii'Bth oi JuJire Morrow
ihav annointod a committee who took
, oharjro ot the body wl braujjht it to
Paducah, the Eminent Uornmadcr of till
m.io nmimr wltli the nartv. It was I
noble act and will be appreciated by the
Sir Knights of thin city.
It has been anl.1 that the new $30 fold
coin oon to be struck oil by the mini
will be the first coin of that dimoiulmi
tlnn ever made in this country. This is
not go. The San Francisco A?say olllce
in 1851 beg in the co'nnge of $-"0 gold
coins, and millions of dollars were put
Into circulation in that shape. Tliese
coins were undervalued as currency, as
they contained some silver In excess of
the standard. They consequently went
out of circulation, but specimens are to
be seen in the mint at Philadelphia.
Wuv.s there h a prospect that the Ut
turnlng Board of, Louisiana whose
criminality In the suppression and alter
ation oi election returns lias been so
fully established may be brought to
justiceand punished tor the infamous
wrong they committed, some Republican
papers have the effrontery to speak of
the plain duty ot olllcers ot the law as
persecution." The Mollio Maguirts
were "persecuted"' In like stye. Tweed,
for an offense immeasurably less, has
been also 'persecuted." It is to be
hoped that similar "persceuttoun" will
follow all guilty persons, especially
when the crime Is ol such magnitude
that the American people ate the vic
tims. tve m the CiJikl
THK RADICAL TARTY IX HISMS.SII -I I IUS
BANDKD. The Ylcksburg Herald of the lOtn
says: "The lladical party of Mississippi
has formally disbanded. The txecu
tlve Committee met in Jackson, Satur
day, and without taking my action for
nHirMi)ization.or for putting a ticket in
Sie transit gloria muiidi, which means
that the Radicals of Mississippi will steal
no more until the Democratic p:trty
makes some grcit blunder. In the
meantime, those of the party who can,
will live by the patronage ot the Federal
Government. Let us hope that they will
bo deprived of this also bvfore many
months are passed."
THK FRENCH GOVEKXMKNT LAIINC I.N AR
The Chicago Inter-Occan of the 10th
"publishes as a portentous fact that dur
ing the past fortnight secret sgents from
the French Government have arrived in
tins city, whoso presence here .s known
to but few In France and to fewer here.
They have secretly contracted with a few
large firms of Chicago packers tor im
mense quantities ot army supplies. 1 he
contracts specify not only the quantity
and quality ot the supplies, but the man
ner of their preservation, and the amount
of rations In each package. A condens
ed soup, capable of preservation for i
long period and of speedy preparation
has been contracted for. Similar agents
have been In a few other larire cities of
this country and in Canada. Enough
food has been ordered to sustain a large
army during a long campaign. The
Intr Ocean considers these operations
sienitlcant In view of the conditio of
HIS TATBETIC APPEAL TO THE I'HKSIlifc.NT.
A Washington special says: "The crimi
nal proceedings against the members of
the Louisiana returning board at New
Orleans Lave caused a panic at I he white
house. Hayes la geatly alarmed, and
his cabinet are equally frightened. The
letter of Wells to the president was a
pathetic appeal for help in this the hour
of bis supreme peril, and in It the old
man lublnuaied ttiat he would not be
sacrificed as Packard bad been. The re-
' port of George A.Sheridan, who came
here post haste from New Orleans to in.
form the tresjdent ol the actual situation
mere, aaaea new dangers to the already
mreatenmg catastrophe. The cabinet
naa aeterminea that there was nothing
possible to be done by the President
save to appeal to NIcholls to the f ilth
wbKt it Is asserted be pledged to the
presidential commission, but Sheridan
reports that Xliholls is powerless even
if he vms hidlncd to Interlere.
he's a bioukr max than ms hauuy.
It will be remembered that FiUhuxh
wrote back to Texas that he wasa
"blgcr" man than old Grant, and slopped
oyer generally about his pos'tion ol
door-keeper of tho Iiouho. llo is, no
doubt, A rejry Wg fool, but a "blgr" one
. baa been-discovered, as the following
proves. Mr. Jesse Hoot Grant writes
from London to a friend lu this country ;
Of course you have sen In the papers
the gratifying manner father b:is bceii re
ceived fa England. It is a nice thing to
nstd about, but when you have to go
tvery arming to a dinner at some fJuko'i
r ' . arU and every Bltei
MM it some Lord's, It rata
to be what you might call a bore. When
.S lie l&aot Tf "k" treneral assembly. P
"L!t wt" wlnmiwwl or Hit conn
;ST Al!nVr li"lU.klln. Jackson,
Pulaski. hlin. I nim and i
one travels he wants to see the country
and fluey the manners and habits ot the
middle musses, and not the fashionable,
which Is IV tame, nil tin- worm nvr-i.
li is rather ninusmg tu-
umv I mil troniixl here. 1 hey consider
me a prlini', and at nil Hie tllnner parlies
I lit alieiiil l tne nniiienien,-nun
waiters s:iv, "Will his -excellency have
some llsh? etc., and once 1 started to
speak to some other iwmw war ,
Who did uot hear me. nnd the waller
gave him a push. Interrupting him m
some conversion and told him that "his
exeellency" was spenklns. I hnvr; htui
to make several speeches tu m .ue.
banquets, nnd have had. generally a
A rriiiltliul Wcn.
n i .i m-' TIIK LAY Toni'KlXi
I I I'l.tv mm"
NAVAL W A It r A UK.
For some time past, says a Clevelaml,
Ohio, associate pre di-patcii. "iii.io
bus been made privately in this city a
series ot experiments with what is known
as the fiy torpedo, an Invention of Mr.
Lay, of Huff.ilo, X. Y. The torpedo is
cylindrical, with eonici.l ends. The
forward cone is calculated to contain IDii
pounds of any explosive substance.
Dynamite will probably be used in the
forward section. The main cylinder is
powerftd. Gas in liquid form is used as
a motive power. Connected with ma
chinery by a valve operated by elec
tricity and'n pipe, there is also a eah'e
coiled as harpoon ropes aro prranjfeu hi
whaliw? vessels, tvhhh may be any
length desired and connected with
the shore or vessel. The torpedo when
launched Is entirely under the control ot
the operator, who may be stationed on
shore or aboard the ship. lie has u com
pact battery and key board, on wtnen are
smail switches with which ho guides,
controls and explodes the craft by means
of electricity. The secrecy with which
the experiments have been made aroused
general curiosil v and a larue crowd gath
ered on the docks tills evening to witness
the nubile trial. The experiment was a
splendid success In every particular
There were present a number of distin
guished gentlemen, conspicuous among
who was the assistant Chinese Minister
Yunir Yuen t'oo and his secretary am) a
number of naval olllcers and visitors
Ironi other cities.
A stake-boat was stationed half a mile
from the shore. When the battery was
applied the torpedo started ott'at a rapid
speed, going to the stake boat In three
minutes and twenty seconds, and grace
fully roun linir the boat, started on her
turn, which was m:ide in the same time.
I' is claimed by the owners that this
craft will travel twelve miles an hour.
The rapidity and precision witli wtiicti
the machine obeyed the operator clearly
demonstrate that it is one ol the most
lormulabU weapons ever iirvcnteu for
naval warfare. This machine will be
shipped directly to some European
nower for which il is built, but the own
ers decline to state for which one, but
6y they have orders loi a large number
from the s:imc power.
no i nv ft i ii Estfc . ikat.
A short time since one r.t the members
of a prominent manufacturing firm
spent a lew weeks hunting in Florida,
and on hisreturn he brought withh'm
a monster rattlesnake, the gift of a
lricnd. His tnaktshlp measures nbott
five feet in length, an I has a body the
size ol a inau's arm. tli? wiiite, yellow
ajp.brown cuticle blending rather beau-
heavy triangular head, chat acterisl'c ol
venomous rptiles, lus a sinister expres
sion, and in motntnts of t-xcltemcnt the
Gve rattles on his tail kep iipanuu
pleasantly suggestive whirring, while a
forked tongue ot ii ky blackness and sur
prising letiKth darts angrily from his
turtle-like mouth, lie is no sleepy,
half-starved fellow, as may readily be
imagined, but wide awake and ready for
an encounter of any kin J. It was into
the cage occupied by this snake that
three days since a rather smull-sized
wharf rat was introduced, in the expec
tation that (lie rodent would form a meal
tor the stranger. The snake seemed to
think so, too, for he darted on the un
willing visitor and caught him by tlie
neck. The rat, who had hitherto been
running around the cage trying to get
out, gave a sharp squeal a.i he felt the
serpent's taints, and turning bimsell
about, buried hh teeth in the scaly jaw
of the aggressor. The snake writhed
and twisted and rattled sharp notes of
alarm as the rat kept h's sharp incisors
at work, and before tho spectators could
fiirly comprehend what had happened
the little quadruped had ebaken himfl!
loose and was hopping in affright at the
further end of the cage lor a means of
exit. lothe surprise of all he showed
no effects of poison, and when the snake
again inado a grab st him lie met his
creeping foe half way and snapned off
a piece of his long lotked tongue. This
seemed to be more than the Fiorldian
bad bargained torand he dragged him
self Into a corner, cast down and defeat
ed. Since that lime the rat has flourish
ed In hU strange quarters. lie capers
over the body of his whilom enemy, and
avoids the punch ota stick by keeping
under the head of the snake. The rat
seems perfectly indifferent as regards the
reptile, and when the latter, roused to
high degree or anger by outsiders, makes
a strike at him. he hardly takes the
trouble to dodge, and only bites back
when the rattler is unusually offensive.
it is a singular condition of affairs, and
the rat's immunity from death cannot
very ca-ily be accounted for.
A Nuprrb Ulumi Ut-pureiil.
I'pon the action ol the kidneys, blad
der and bowels depends tho depuration
of the blood. It is by promoting the
activity ol these organs that Hosteller's
htoiuach Hitter cusurcs purity to the
circulation. In its passage through the
kidneys, impurities which beget rheu
matism, gout, and gravel aro strained
from the blood, but when those small
but all Important organs grow inactive,
thenc Impurities of coura- remain, and
Inevlbiblv produce the (iisea,eH men
Uoucd. HoiUdter's bitters roiiie the
kidneys to renewed activity, by which
mcaus the blood is dopurated. It like
wise purities the Mood when contauiim
ted with bile by nromoting a gentlo but
ellectual action of the bowels, and has the
further ctlcct of regulating the action of
the byer. thus counteracting a tendency
to biliousness, dyspepsia, malarial fevers
and urinary complaints are also con
quered by It.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1B9
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
A U SAKrciRO, rn-sltlMit.
s S.TAYI.OIt. ioc rimi'lent.
W. 1IYHI.OP, rWv fl Irttf'urcr.
rAI'LU. Sl HCH,
T. H. BWKrLCTil,
tt II I'CKNINHUAM. II l..u".i"'l
J. M I'llIMIl'..
f STr.UKST wl-1 on ilfpn"" 1" r?f ol. 8131
it luteiftt mil wllliclrawn is a.l.li-1 iiume
liately'lo lii priiu'ita,l of Hie iU-jiObiU, tlicny
(iVinK tlllSH COlllllOUilll inlrrvsl
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else- oan draw it.
Oiien evury buiincssday from ft. m. to S p.m
l i Satunlaj CTsniuits for aaviiiira ilepoalU onlf
rim H loao'clock.
W. H YE LOP. Treasurer.
r llrnss, Prestitent. H. Wills, CashU-r.
P. Self. Vlue I rw'U T, J. hfrth. Aet. ash'?
Joiner Commercial A-nrlbt Street
. Ilri, Culro. Wm. KInk, Csiro.
Sill, ( aim. Wm Wolie, l.airo.
1 . Sti 'aiika, Cairo. K. I.. Ilillinjfaley, M. Loula.
I'li'ler, i.ttiro. 11. Wells, tiro.
K II. Mrlnkman. K. Louis,
I. V. Clernson, Calrxlonia.
.- c:l HHiikiiiK UiiKlnraa llonr.
rE-xeharife sold ant bought Interest lianl
n tiw SHvlrifrs Hepartiuent. Collection made,
nil all h'iiiiHii nrnnmtlv attniilint to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
.V.P UALI.IHA Y, PrmeVnl.
llh.S'iY I.. HAIXIHAV, Yioel'rest.
p vrjii:i), cihiL-r,
WA K HY-I.f)H, Cashier.
s. ?rA .A.JCIR'-CTOK?:.. ..
H L. llALLlDilT, W 1. UalmiaT
ii It. li iiLiAH'o.". ."TTriiaJ HlKfc,
A t. SArronp.
Exchange, Com and United States
jjoncs uougtit ana soia.
Ki'OSIT.S ruxicol jej a rttxnl Uoklns
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WauIeMie a.-.'l Ketail Ueaitra a
Foreign and Oomettio
;VI1N OF ALL. KI.MS
Mo. 60 Ohio Levee,
"VTISt. I-MJTU a tO. bare Mineumly
vTX a lre tujrk Um Ut irwl - m uit uiar
ec, and rivM.ial altention to I he bolaaI
ancn fii tn ru-innM
W. H. MABEAN, M- D.
I'r, t!rlKham-9 ?uceeKir )
Office 138 Commorcial Ave.
2-1-' taim, Mlcola,
St-ial atlmliua Kii-n lo tlie trraimen
Cbronic l)i.tj,t-n u I dnw- perulir lu
B. F. Blake
?ainta, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhadoa, Sic.
aiwaj-t od hand, tbt eelebmleil itluruloatln
i I HO II A OIL.
t3aroa Bu iJ el J as ft..
Oorner Klanth Street and Waahlnt
too A Tana
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or harilwiiredralm forihc
hi Standard Imltl hmi Uh
Mn.l only j,y , itandard MannfKitnrtn;
Co. PltUburtr P. hery knttle 1iaU o
iiMt iron, warrantal and giuiraukcd not 10 oonf
S L, d or rle "ny oilnrpoUonou
WHOt.KHAIK AND RKTAII-.
FN TFE OJTk.
Oooda Sold Ver Cloae.
Corner ltth at. and Co -.njrc!J A,
C. 0 MATTER & CO
0. 3 WILLIAMSON,
And Diailcr lu
Nr. IS OHIO LEVEE.
PKUAt. r.t'Uiii (! tjnnlf in-i'.iaul
" 3TRATT0N & BIED,
AOKNTS AMERICAN f OV- TiP 0
U7 Ohio Lrven.
MT- CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
!,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
arompuy anenaea to.
WTo large consumers and a
xtaniuacturers, we ere prepare
5o supply any quantity, by th
onin or year, at umiorm rates.
CAIRO CITT tOAX C0VPA1TT.
rtHalllday Hro.'ii fEe, No. TOObloLevet
iriwiiiiiij aio - wrianixjai.
rtAt K 't,lln Mill. ...
EfAt Coal Kiujijj, foot of TutT-lIiKhtb
t J" Port fffllr ruwT. run.
Pnnill.Tili'l' t ! ?i'i'Af2fopaxVf
M.VMiix;! W.c.iAMiooi) ! Markiac.kI
Impedimtnt-i to Miirrii.yc ; tii: causa
and cure. Sent '. I if n!i d, post
paid for to cent,, Lyl. C. Whittier,
jI7 St. tna ht'..-1-t, ht. Iuis, Mo.,
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evant.
viuo, Liouiavuie, Uinoinnati
and all way landings.
Ttit rlr-irnnt i-whl tim"
Valtih n. I'liKiniiTda-...
t Will kare tairo svry WEDNESDAY all
iri-h cn p. m
I he ltrt ifariK-r
Hl I oWiMn Uti i
tu. Thomas) tluik
UvwiUIro every SATUHDA V.
t'irh bo At inakii AlnM mnnvcllrtni &t I 11 to
Willi flras.nl. aj I .,1. u...
uni.ami pW Urleana. ami at Kvanavllle with
lha K. 4 (J. It. K. for all uoints North and Kant,
andwlihthe l.ouinvlllo Mull Htouuer. fotali
point, on the Uiir Ubio, nlvlnir tliroiiKhro
wllila on freight and paiJKra to all point
a. i ""win wxmiivfm iui un j'uuid, juuiu
"r uriHrr inrormatioD apply to
I VMKS Hl'jUH, i'Mnrngn Agent.
J. M. 1-HlUJl'S, 'JA(tcl
Or In j j (jHAMHIirn
iua:rlntntnt and Uvnimil TnuUt Agnt,
--iir. ktbjuviu inHinna.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Batwann WMhlncton aadiOomuiaroia
ATDMa, adjoining- Hanny'a,
St diiarifis "Hotflf'A Golden Opportunity !! I
a V W 4kiU W W Wi w;n M ,j,e nt ilotj, jc,y f a baiilrmpl firm, at one-tenth of Iht manufacluruii cetb
I Tliis b a golden jurvctt lur Agtim ami prit an individuu.
prices mm m m urn
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Hooin aud Doarrt, 3d Fluor tit .00 Per Da
Special Rutaa 1T Week or tlooth
A llmltcil niimlur of n-rv luiii
rnoiiia rhii he h-tiiii-iI ul isasniiulilf rules lur il 1
'I lieMt. I'liarli-n I th laryntam! Ik t ttnpniii
eilHoiiao in Koiiilu-rii llliiiui., nuil 1, Hit- li-jil
holi-l in Cairo. Nolwlilitmitllnir II II
Itui-k" riHliiclloii in iiii--, Un- iul.lt- ,
iihuiiI, lie libc.mlly iiiiiili m iiU il.i-very
o! i-vrrythiiiKthut ran l,v liniiiil in nun kit.
I- i lit- laryv uiii-li roniiiH fur t'limiiieri'.iul huv-el;-!,
mi groimcl llmir. fl-iniif ohaifce
t.'f AM liawinci-ol Kiik-sl ruiiMj i-i lu unil Iron
I In- Iioti-I ivitiiuiil uliurgu
V.. It. KtlKV
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK
Having entrrul (ulna eo-partneraliim f"r Hit)
niiriHM) of liructii-iliit ill-ill iilry, in ull II'
iiruni-lies, wuul In'SiKi-lliillv Infiinn ili-we nreit
mgthj wrvii;. ol'i ilental oirr4inr, thai llivy
iioiaivU to alK-nil to their iml.i ill cvi-rj
Tli tilling of Iretli dune in Hi. mmi tatioluo
inry iiuiniipr. JiiM-rlin urliili'ial ilrnlnrra, al
way Willi a Tlrw of iwl.irlnir, an lar a prm;.
tii-alilc, the lnKI oinlonr an t naiurul vxpiviwion
il ill in. ml luipruvnl iih-iIi-hI-i ami iimli-riHla.
Trelta eitmult-il aluwlmely withmit )iain liy
jin nllMiia oxule gas.
Thi-y cxirnil an in vibttion to ill, to cu!l am)
ec them un-l tulirit a hln-rl ihurv nf thi-ir pat-oiiaKt-.
Work giiunntrvd. Pricrx moiit-ratc.
CANI.NK W HIl'IOl K,
I'l Uonuiieri'ln! eniir, bet vim Hlli anil '-'111 U
Sp in Attention Taut 1 1
STEAMBOAT OR EES,
KttiHTM'lH HAY Tl.MK,
i:Ulitti;;htr. el . mro,; IlllnaW.
'J'UE Hrnt ijimlity of l KATS lwavii
3 AFFORD VJORRIS
73 0110 LEVEE,
City lfauunt Baak Building, op-itain.
?h Oldeat Katabllshed Aeency in SoultJ
rn IlUnola, representing oi
ian 000 000
THE DAILY BULLETIN
rpilt BtTLLKTl.N 1 published every morning
lezcepi novaji in me Bulletin miuuinr, cor
oer WuhinKtoD avenue ami Twelitb tnt.
Tbi Bcllitih if Krvol to city luUcribtre by
aitbful carrier. l Twenty-five CnU a Week,
payable weekly. By Mall, (in advance), 110 per
snnurni .ii month., P); three month.. 13; one
month, II iV
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D the Weekly will be prepaid at thli office, io
ha iubacrlber wil obtain for a itiliacrlption
rioe ol I a year.
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On aquan, iwo insertion,.. . ISO
Oue aquare, one wee , 2 oil
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One ouare, three week,. 4 to
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K9"To reirular advertisers we offer luperlor I j,
dneemtnt, twitb an to ruu- ol chargus ami man
ner ol iliplaylng their fuvoru.
Commanlouon upon eubjeot) often
rl InUraat to th puhlio (ollolted.
ft" II itiiAinraa etn-re should be aildreaaed to
. Hiiiiii rompitny-.
0 CALLAHAN HALL,
Eooflng andOutterirjf aSpooialty
Slate Hoofiinj a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illineifl.
Lightning Eods, Pumps, Storei
OUR ONE DOLLAR
MaWHaM ' av
Qtf POLUd A8XfT OaaHIpa m Vpnttr inpraveit tty'a (traoit and Ca Omm
Ameihyii acninga, Inlaid with PraiU; rn li--im,i'ul Cvl Cam fiiitft one fine uir of CnfFttt'l V
8MajutUMI thre(3)smndpii-lAtntrtyit9tlidl,iiiljit iili I'eailttoii improved Colllf
uMf, ooe latest (utternCtnt't Ve.lCtltln: one tlcgml Cm0 8lt cneleautifiii dialed I
Ktna; one Solitaire Lake C.co'ze tilamond Pint one pair (-1 tkpint eiiravrd 9rtltt All tl I
above are the Ftaell flotd Ht, and arransrd in a liruntiful aliite, pink-lined catket. Illuttral I
Catalogue of Jewelry and Watches Miit wither h cuk-t. On receipt of Qn Ooltgr we will tend Qaj
ef the. Batdr tfaikttt by in:ul iiottpaid, or Four Catfcala on receipt of tJ.ffO,
Addkim f. STOCKMAN, 37 Bond Street, New York; v
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
edicatod Vapor h
X thtiroukjli qii.mtily ait-1 i)itaity un.lyi-. I y
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
(if Cliuiiiiiati eutfiiieiiily elallishes ihe fuwttlial in all i-ntil medicinal iroitit iIm-
WATER OF THE CAIRO JORIVE WELLS
Is almost Uil t& tht of lis fad Ed Sjrip cf Arkaasi:.
'I lie Irle WriJ water carrying a the carlia'ite nfiroii orchxyWaie proiMrrlic that il ran hM In
luli on. H'.Mice, hy beating tl wjter anM thniwing its viitxn, thaigcj wiih uch nicdicamcnu a th
in hand n uy require, dirrt t) tijn n the body or the deccaed pirtiin of the patirai, we are throtnh
procr of alwrytion enabled tu produce all the ctrcK that are elfW led by the waters of the Jit lrin
une-half the lime and at lean onc -hulf tnr espenhc resciiinx the iciiieiit from the onila u( a lout.
exhiustini; triji, and from the quackery, iaiK..iii'.ll
ai 111? mom-oil lrni.
It is now cencecdru laat tliese vap-r lsthi are l.te must lh'n)ti;!l nnd r.tpid hhlod purifier, known to
world. l hev relnnve hy .igrerahlc pror-ese-. and with ainarit iWit'tnesaud irruinty, all impurities h
evrv filK-r at 4 tnuie otthe tsitem " rtture functisnal and cri:anic pouer.and in plare of impaired si
ity. lkMiitudi-and physical exhaustion, give htalth ai d -.treiigth and cm ry and vieur to both mind :
'iiie-r restorative fnl ceratiie powers are etii-jrcially nudi-HianifeM iiidiieif-s of a chronic cruirae
l.rysielas, IT--p.), Kituuulim. .Uuntli e, lail.uili i r ciili, pr'trai'led t hilM and lever, female lire
This jiroceit. is peasant and agrciab.e, and it alw.iyscarcfijlv aihp'ivl lo tl c tlrength and need-, a'
Jlavintt fined comfnrtaUe rioti , with all need'-il nppliaaccs, pi'.!nji cus re'y up-n aitentive, can
and scientific treatment.
Lady patients, for ho nmp'e piorision has l madrwil! !ie attenilrd bv toin)Ktrnt female as.ii'a
Dr. D. ARTER,
Xos. ntpl J? Tenth strw-t, bi'twccn Va-ihini;lon and Wulutit
CAIRO, 1LI 3.
Xotk. Tliis wniiUr c-mitiiitis 3.i0 gu iron to 1 jfiills.: Hot Siiriiiirii wnttr but 1.15
to 12 jralloiis.
SQQQ 1 an't tie mtuu- iy i-very apen
every month in the busmen we
furnish, but those willing to work eun ai-ily
earn a Uor.en ttolliir a tluy ntlil in tlx ir own lo
calities. Have no room to explain tirre, Husi
lesa pleneant ami honoruble, Women, boys
ind Kirls do as well as men. We will funni-h
you a coimilete oulllt free. The ImMliifS pnys
LN-tU-r than anythiaK elee. We w ill bear t
oenwof alnrtiox you, farticulur I'ise. W
iu'1 tee, Karmers ami mei'liaiins, their eon
Hid itaUKhtera, and all clauses in niesl ol puyinj
ork at liouie, should w rite to us uud le ru s
ibout the u-ork At onre. Now is the liir.s
jjjtdelay, Ail-licea Intra A t.o. AmiiM
All m Ik-re m trom this diseu-e
aoxious to be cured ahoulJ try J r. KUh.
ner' Celebrated Consumptive l'owder.
Ibese powders are the only prepaiation
know n that will cure CoD-uiiiitiou nod all
dtseiiHi-a of the tbrout and lunt; indeed,
o strong is our faith lo them, nnd ulio to
convince you that they are do hutubuif, we
will forward to every auflertr, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your money unlil you are
perfectly satislied ol their euralive powers.
If you lifo it worth saving, don't di-lity tn
trivini; tbee i.owdcrsa triul, as tliey wil
surely cure you.
I'rice , fi-r liirKe box, sent to ftiy part
of the I'niteet States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & ROBBINS,
.TiO Vulton Mreeu Hrokln, N. Y.
rermaneotly cured no humbug bv one
month's uae of Dr. (ioulurd'a Celebrat
ed Fit I'owdcrs, To convince miilerer
that tbcho powder will do all wo -liilm fur
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. (lonlard is
the only physician that haM ever made this
disease a sjieclul mudy, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powders,
we will guarantee a permanent cure in
every rase, or rcltind you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should jcivo thus,
l'owder an early triul, and be convinced
of their curativo powers.
Price, for large box, S3, or 4 boxes lor
Tiu, seniny niau to any part of United
tatesort auada on receipt of price, or by
esprent, C. O. D. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
:HiO Fulton .street. Jlr mklyn, N. V.
tate of Illinois, CoiintVof Alexamler ss.
In the Circuit Court .'September term, IU77.
I- leming and lacey fur use of Henry Wiemeycr,
llenryll. Paysoa unJ Ferilinaiiil K. Cauda firm
ui 11. 11. i j) ion div.u.,1 an Karnisliecs. gar
nishment. ArTulavit havine Wn filed In ihr nfTw-e rif ih
elrrk of the said court, that Uonry K. Hny'on one
ol the above nameil Uefendsnts has rteiwrtej from
the Htate of Illinois, you the saiil llenrv It, I'ay
son are hereby notiHi-d that a conditional jiulnment
for the sum of 8i3.t and costs ol sail win rendered
Mtrninut viiu irmi)fiaHl wiih l.'r,l;.,-.n.l b- I -.l
at the Junuary twin A. I), 1K7 of said rourt in saiil
eause: that a writ of scire facias h ;heeu issued
outofaalil court in said cause against you, return
able on the first Monday in Srpiemhernest. Now,
nnlets von. the said llenrv it. Invan .hall
sonally beandappeur beloresanl court on the nnt
Monday in September next and then and there show
cause if any you have, tu the contrary, riniil judg
ment will be entered rlnst you fi-rsuiit turn and
cotssf suit. JOHI1 A. KI.KVK. Clerk.
lime, '.'I, ls"7. wit
NOTICE OF FINAL SETJLEMKNT.
Ette of Thomas E. flulllvan. dm
To w hom It may concern I'lea-o taka no
tice that I have tiled my dual account as
Administrator of said csmte. ami sh.-.ll an.
ply to tho county court of Alexander
nounty, rittinu- as a court of nrolmtu. at the
June term thereof, to-wlt i on the third
Muod-iy of June, A. D. IH77, for a full and
anal dischiu-KO liom all further liability ai
administrator of said csiutn.
Cairo, 111., May '.'3d. 1877. (Hit.
'Zuccato Patent apgrapli"
THIS l'Al'VUOGBAPA WILL PKOIlt'CE
l-roinnne u- n thousand t'uu-siinilies of any
design, writing-, drawing, maps, notice, priee
list, examinatiun iir, eto. , uiisg one writ
ami an ordinary cnpylngpres. The proeess la
simple, easy, and iautd. Hvnd rbr descriptive
circular, and addresa THK I'aMYouKAPH
CO , Norwich, Conn, or JOHN MONTiEIH
and lobWry imxrabie fn.in a visit tuaml a protrai
Trarmiont Rates: $1.60 Per Day,
Wutkljr nd Monthly Board
ers Accommodated at
Rate" to Bint tho
Tho Crystal Saloon
Billiard Parlors -
In Cuiuiettion wiih I'-irnpi-an, Ik l.iuuilit "itk
il-e I.at. .t Stvle
It s-ippltcil uiili the luiet w.iirt nT, l I, ;.:i4
Mixed Drinks Made a Specialty
, 7 ) ar. i.csi is. no
. ' -VT'" '"I"'' -'" hi tui.tl'iri l VI b!us, l A
i-li'.X .i ,rvM'1 'IiirrliiBT Jnlil s
".'Tl. i-, Hiyi.loieieal View If AI..111.
vrw?V'3'r "'' .s-is. n i.'sl. f
l-.if.i: :v. on Itw-iii, .t. rt.si.l r.t. ,HI.
n.li!h..l.i.,.,,iIHl.l As.-.m-i rate.il- lyiiin.'i
Si V. - n uiw. r :K (.ir.'iili-,,
K rniVATB MKDICM.TRBATIBBnn si! SKi-..
0 sPiivi.UN.al.irelii I. tii,.x,,, h-.i.r. sl 1: -n-.li
r.i.llnu,. ,1141 ,Mci, SBiltl,eiiisii1.oleure,i.si,ik
"iX'rW."'- "l-'tUlllilKUl Imlill,.
JiItDiCAl. AUVICciiiflh, .iiilsi.d rhrmle Ill-res a.
m:i.l H.-k, (Sisrili, I 01 ,, t,,.,., ,.,,. (,,,;,
Jl lnt.i-..n. ,U1;i-Wi rk.Hli.,,.:, r ., ! III via, A d
three l.oeksi'.,iea it 4110 paces sn.li.veretl,msMii:
kiiiwi,, ,,imJi .til,je,-i, sent srnurely ues:cil oil l- w
y'1!, SPc"!"-.'''"".'' Dr-Butts Dispenssrs,
N, Blh St.. I uis. Mo. I:isiii3 'st: )"
G. HARRISON LEACH, M D
Pi-peclal nttontion ifWvn to Homeopathic;
triatmeot ol nirnb-iil dlseasea, tall ebroido
diseit!iH nnd tlisenses of women anil clilll
dren. lillcp on 'Jomtnen-inl avenue near
Nintimtreet. UAIKO. ILL.
U'holmlti heiiliT in
Oflloa, Corner Twelfth
ICR l.y tho ( :.ir Load or Ton Will !
packed for nhlipln.
Xotlt o is hereby glv-n that on 1 num Ji
July itith, 1877, at tn o'clock A. M. nt Dig
olliuo ot Hamtiel Wrlley, Justice of l he
peace, nt Toledo, in Alexander coun'y,
Illinois, I will iro.-eed to sel at publlo
auction, to the hibeit bidder, for cash la
hand, the despera'n nolea uiieouiits, Juil(
incut, claims and so forth, ilue owinK and
beloiiKlntt to tho estate ot DunUI M, J on -a,
decease (of vhich otate 1 n'H adminliti
ti ix) in pursuance ol the authority gxnn
fir tint p irpoo hy tlio county court ot
aid county nt the .line term Mr-reot 187,
Bl.l.ii- aa.aa.11, , Ml'in, 'Jlll.,1 I, 1 . Jl , Kfl
I Hi.n-fer I. f !st. to: fcci.s.sian
WtatUM UM V.ul.li8, Laie-R. , U,
vv n. sixui st. st iiouu, us,