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10.00) Cairo ft Vhuvnnrn sou :
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8:00 Old iver Koiite '
i Ihiity ,'!. Mon.Uy
(Mum lliver Unfile I
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ll,,in 1 11 ThU Hill
I 'HicImH ltoiitG j :UU I
I FriiUy A Saturday I 1 I
G. W. McKeaih, P. M.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
TIME OAIID. ,
fxpmss leaves Culro daily p.
i Hum urn vr al Cairo In i 1 y s
iwouimndation If ivti tmru daily i O'J a.
V:".uiird'foa arrive dully (eW'I'l
Kwi lavi "
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rliE trains "I thi compan) connect at St
Ijc;h and Kastst. Louis, with all other
am -o Hi'- .Norlii, itl Hiid V eat.
Vavct airo ...
A rite atst. Imi..
("wve East "l. I.ctii i
' at Cairo '':"" p.m.
W II. M M r Alll.ASD,
iekw an I Kr-tifht Atrent, ao.
.1. A. WENT lieni ml Psei-ruir Atfent.;
.1. AK KM,, Aa-.-nt ul I airo
JAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
01 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
Estop, Sit U
iilX HOURS SAVED
iiYr.ll HiUN F
ALL OTHER KOAhS
Making Barao Connections,
4 nm-rn.''rB by other routon to make
Connection mtiBt rldeall nierht wait
ing from One to Six Houra t
mall country etAtlona lor
trail! a of oonnectinir road.
Ramembor that fact and take our
&-.0J a. in. Train,.reaching
I I t .11
Trains Uve aril arrive at Cairo. :i fn
Mail Ocareii -
VI lied " -
5.' 0 a. in
.... "!:.,' it- III.
...III:'"! p. hi.
.... M 'a. in.
Ihruayli lickrta un-l "hrk to all i:npitunt
t, K. MILLER, H. L. MOHRILL,
Gen' fain. Ag't unp;rai up
i'us. A nt
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE'
THE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
With ilircrt Connections (or
PHILADELPHIA, KV Wl
Til XI EA8T.
Travelers desirins a
SPEEUV, PLEASANT ul C0MF0UT
Should remember tli u.t "tlie
BALTIMORE i& OHIO RAILROAD
JIs celebrated tor Us
Elejjunt Coachea, Pplon.lld Hotels, (irund
una lieuutilui nAiintutn und alley
Hceneiy, an t the many points
lliRtoricul Interest Alum;
tFar will ALWAYS be at 10W
as by any htr tine.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
llstwecn the Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
For throtlffU ttoketH, biiKKiife'e cheeks,
movement of trains, Bleei.lnu car
ruodiitioiiH. et., rt.).. apply at ticket oiUcet
Kt nil princlpl poiutn.
EAST cr WE8T
L. M.Cole "
den. Ticket Aftt'
Tboi, B. Sharp,
Master of Traasp'a
-Iip lei i in I b smoky city,
Low down by tbe railu ay linn ,
lie aiks lor no tn:iu' pity,
Nor c:itvx 1(T rnti Ol Hlilir.
Slic'sni'ivin tiitb'Tand thither,
And often her work 1- hard ;
Hut oini.'timi't In tine weather
She rct" a idt In the yard.
With the empty pail behind her,
'-brlnan tier arum on tho wall,
And hopes that there he'll Und tiT,
Herloertrons an I tall.
t p in tint air above her,
The great trains outward fo :
And many a af and her lover
May journey to .ler 1.0,
liul wli-n he .loup from the doorvvuy.
And li ans his ann on the ivull,
The world would be in poor w ay
If that wore not be-t of all.
Fiom IShirk wood's Miazine.
AKl FIt P.OU IIAKI'KI!.
Kifi'-ton, N. V., 1j just lot, in t'riah
MnudirN, a.mau who was the biro of
live bundled lan-,uit-. .So thoroughly '
he fascinated with the intrica'des of lejral
pra tiee. that ho wrecked his fortune and
lotind p isiime on'v in sum,' Irs neighbors.
One ot his suits Hiain"t a telloA'-to" rn
tinn nauitd Hob Harp-r lifted fir twenty
years, and w as brought up i-tandini; by the
lulti-r's death. Then l-'riah took to his
bed, sai I he was "tfoili to meet Hob,"' and
died in the bb -se.l hope that the nuit would
be taken up in eternity where i-left oft on
AN nLl (iKAI)l A ri:.
Amongst the la'.e graluates at the uni-ver-ity
ol Pennsj Ivania wai a quiet old
gcn'.leinin :t;jei about seventy years. lie
received the decree ol doctjr of philo--phy
alter pa-pin' a eoiir-e of lull seien
tlli.: ex imiiiation. It was Stephen Town
bend, lath, r ol (ieore Alfred Townseiid.
Without college Jvautaje in early lil , he
mudied and irraduateu in medicine at the
a,'e ol lifty-Iivc, and in the s.-iences at
seventy-one. Tho under yraduate? i'ave
himah )Ut as he planid. y took his shscp-
k in and degree of docUr of ph lo-ophy.
The origin ol tli word '('ac 'a" ii cu
rious enough. The Spnni irr 'uj? that
country previoiu lo the Fr made
jiartieubr aearch for oli' ..ver, ami
lindltiK none, tliey oltc ainun,- theui
ele, " Acanada " t' c Is notliini; iieie.
Tlie lii llan at Lie . cloiely and b.ariied
thi- sentence and its meaning. Tin
French arrived, and tue Indians, who
wan'cd none ol their company, and ii'-o
ij.po.ed they were Spaniards come on the
taniti errand, were aniou tj inform tut-m
iu ihe pani-li sentence, Acanada." The
French who knew less ol Sjiauish than the
Indians, suppose i this fncessjullr recur-
rinj aoiiud iu tlie nime ot tae country,
and iitc it the name of ''Omnia," which
it has home ever tincr.
The .New York Dipateh says : "Tho
heaviest amount in the way ol interest and
diviiends up ju stock and bond securities
paid to any one man in this city, and prob
able in the. I tilted States, if not in the
world, is paid to) AVilliam II. Vanderbilt.
The total Is estimated at over f l,.i!)0,0o'J
per quarter, or between ?'!,iRiuy 'J and 7.-
noo,OUpet annum, ot which som ft.ojo,
uou is received Irom the bonds and stock ol
the New York Central railroad. So vast a
total income is believed to be by thoe
w ho have b'Ood meaus ot kuawiiia: w ithout
a parallel, except in the e ie ol Mr. Vau
derbill's lather, the commodore, who at
tiias ruall.ed even a larger Income than
(T.isjii.OeO. As was tli case with the c m
modore, tbe sin invest- th se dividends
and interc-tiu thesa ne 'curities, of those
cquaily gojd, avo'.diu.' real esta:e
and other sources of revenue no inaiter
how tempting for the moment they may
THE 11 AKKI E I' LANE'S FI.AO.
The II iuston ( Tex I Teleyruph, July ,
sajs: Aiu jti.' the buntim: dip ayed on
hel' oilith to urace the day ami testify to
the gt-neiul rej dciiiji in the city, was the
flaifof the late United States ship-"f-war.
the Harriet l.nue. It will be remembered
the Lane was captured by the cnule rr
atc. iu the battle ol Galveston, on New
Year's day, ls'il, and tli 11 y she then bore
was, ol course, taken with her. It baa
come into the possession of our townsman,
Mr. J, U. Morns, and floated from the
front of his building on Main street In hon
or ot the national festival. This staudard,
which fourteen years ago waved over tbe
bloody dtclf ot a man-of-war, has been
most fitly brought to grace the triumphs of
peace on a nation's birthday. May it
nevet Again w ave over a divided country.
WOMAN WHO WOULD ASK A Cjl'KS-T10-N.
iXcw York Times.)
Mr. Ueecher preached a hort discursive
terdav mornins on a variety of
tonics, the principal of which were tho no
ceasitv to love one another, and to avoid
the petty things by which ;ronny people,
who consider themselves above reproach,
and who are thought so by tbe majority of
people who nnuoy their relatives and oft
tiiiips break up their runlllc . At the con
clusion of this discourse a woman who had
been seated in the front row ol the right
hand gallery arose aud said, "1 want to ask
a question.'' Mr. Ucocher responded,
" will now ihir the fourlli bvmn. aua
not unnwer nuMioni." The woman uev
ttcuUUd una Jlut 1 must hW a qucn-
Then tl.aViranl.f st., ted the bvmn.
and her Tolce was drowned, sue con'tlnq-
ed to stand while the slnglug eontlnu tJ,
OS:, Su.liatl.rx Su.1141r.g-. Ccrcer Twelftii. Street eja.4.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1877,
tuel at interval:! sal I, "1 will ask a ques
tion," Win n the "i iMces were over she
wss with some dllticulty persuaded to
leave trie church w ithout making a further
THE MAIL LINE TIIIltl'Y SI YEAUS
We Und the following notice of the
Louisville uud Cincinnati L. S. mail lin
company's steamers published in the Fam
ily Mapaiine in.lstl: "Few if any in
point of speed, rcgu'arity, and above all,
safety, surpass or even equal the boat-, of
the mail line Irom Cincinnati to Lsuisville.
The lien Franklin, one of the boat?, is two
hundred feet long, Uirty feet broad, and
can accommodate oue hundred cublu pas
senger". Tnls bout, on her lirsttrtpon Jan
uary 7, last, took Gen. Ilarrision, the piesi-d-nt-elcct,
to Pill bury on his way to
Washington. It wa, If we remember, on
her return parage that she ran from Maya
vilie to Cincinnati, sixt)-tliree miles, in
two hours and lorty liye minutas, that in
twenty-three milun an hour. The com nun
passage to Louisville is made iu about ti D
hours, but the Hell Franklin ha' gore down
iu les. tlian tight. lit-idi-i tbe Bon Frank
lin, there are in this line the Little Hen,
the Pike, thc Gen. Piko aud the Mail.
I'uring nine years this line has carried
the mail, and in that time has seldom fail
ed f urrive within the time proposed and
never has a lilc been lost by the careless
management otany ot its boats or their in
glnecrs. There have been no le.-s than
twelve orlilteen Pike or Geo. Pikes built
and run in this line during its existence.
Til E HE V K NT ES Or'G HEAT HKIT A 1 X.
The London Times puldi'hes a compar
ative statement ol the Hritish government's
revenue. The total receipts from the vari
ous rources of customs and internal dutit g
were V.ii,iii,iV) In tlie year ended June
1f77. an-1 a-',00J,2i' in the fl-cal year
1;. Tliis show a sain in its77, ol J'l,iiO,
ai.'i. The revenue returns of a country
(iirnUh one ol the most trustworthy indica
tions of the condition of its population, and
this giin in its revenue is onslilercd m
(.real L'ritaln a encauraging a sign as tue
re;ent incicase f ita imports. Tbe Lon
don times, in comment Dg editorially on
these return-, finds it net altogether easy
to reconc ile them with he prevalent it
count' ol the -tagnation of trade. It hopes
that their meaning is that some turn in the
tide has at laH been reached. At the same
time the outbreak ol the war h is stimulat
e l ceitain trades, and given merchants and
manufacture.- a fecilng ol some security
tor their Tentms. As fai as tin is the
eie, it mu-lbe remembered that tbe stim
ulatioa my prove to be only temporary.
As the Times says, it war provides em
pi .yrilcut for certain trad -s, It tends in an
iu. rea.-ing degree, Uc longer it lasts, to
d-press others. We have given this spacJ
to Hritish revenue returns, because an I in
p ovetnent in trade in Enuland is a most
cticour'i'.-inL' sviiqitom ol the general c m
uiei. i.l heailli of tho world, in which the
I'ni'td stale- Is inextricably intert-trd.
-STICK To PAD."
The tollowimr i-- rrom tlie Courier-Journal:
"A firm r's boy" writes us : "lam
ti.ed ol Ui mini aud want to come to town
aud make a II in,' 'or myelf. What do
you t..ink of ill" Well.we thick you are
a tool if you don't stay on the farm. -1 he
city is lull ol "dead beats" and tramps, and
if you've got a dead sure thmgof making
your "bread ai.d meat" ou the faTm, you'd
better stay right where you are, and dig
potatoes, than come here and go 'o tho
woikhou-e and cck rock, Stick to dad
Stay on the farm. Y'ou are woith more to
yourself, to your.neighliotr, to the Mate
and the country at large than all the oue
horsc. mut'on-head -pro'e-sional gentle
men'' that are living from baud to mouth
in this city or state. You stick to the
plow, tbe mower, tho reaper; freeze to
that farm like a fly-hUt r to a n gro s lip ;
r.ii-e corn, wheat, hay, rye, barley, oats,
potatoes : chop wood, maul tails, burn
brush, currey mules feed oxeu, raise utock,
and iDslead of banging around street cor
ner-, depending uponlU"ch Iioiib-s to keep
the sand out ol our craw, you'll be at
home ou your :arm living a life ol inde
pendent happine.s," while thou-ands of
"nice young men," too pretty and proud
to work and too lay toj steal will be
lighting out "over the hill to the po r
biiu-e," nuTciless beats aud lay subjects
of utter dependence upon public charity.
Young man, if you know which side of tlie
bread of lile the bu'.ter Is on,you give up the
foo.lsh idea oi coining to Loui-ville to make
u living lor yous if." Twenty-live acres ol
ground aud a chap like you to till It is
worth more to the country than the biggest
bank iu th;s city and the smartest capital
ist we know ol to run it. You stay
where you are. "Follow the rlow
and engineer the docile, willing mule that
pulls it. Our word lor it, auv young,
healthy, stout farmer's boy who will give
up his chances for "a dead sure thluti in
life" and ceino to town on an uncertainty
is not smart enough to take care ot himself
and should be arrested and sent to a lima,
tic asylum for a durued fool. Slay w here
"I once, ' says a celebrated writer,
"read a most horrible story of some
French traveler', who attempted to ex
plore the vaults of the Egyptian pyra
mids, which revives some of those terri
ble obstructions we sometime meet in
disturbed dreams. These persons had
already traversed an extensive labyrinth
of chambers and passages; they wero on
their return, and had arrived at thu
moit dlthVult part ot it a very long and
winding passage, forming a communica
tion bctweeu two chambers, with an
opening very narrow and low. The ni"
gedness of the floor, sides and roof ren
dered their progress slow and laboroits,
and these dflleulties Increased rapidly as
; ujr ' -
7 lmU CKtered becumo URukM from the
.tt-MttiM n4 ll.iea If iraMtia1it-
1111 niouny ui i.uiuiiik m uV, .(...w
at tho passage diminished its bight,
Both Its hlgth ami width, at length, how
mr, became so much contracted tbiittU:
party were compelled to crawl ou their
bellies. There wainli rinss In these lntur
miiiuble pussaifcs (fur audi, in their fa
titfuc, ol body und mind, tlmy deemed
them) seemed to be endless. Their alarm
wui already Ki'cut, and their putiuuee al
ready exhausted, when the head most of
the party cried out that hu could discern
tbe light lit thu exit of the pussuu, a con
siderable; dintanoc ahead, but that ho
could not advance auy further, and that,"
in his efforts to press on In hopes to sur
mount the obstacle without eomplalningr,
he squeezed himself so fur Into the reduced
opening that he had uow no longer iiitil
cicnt struujrtb even to recede.
'The situation of Uiowho'm party ruuy
be Imagined; their terror wa-j beyond the
power of discretion or ndvlce; while) the
wretched leader, whether from terror or
tho tftect ol'his situation, swelled so that,
if It was before dlticult, It was now Im
possible to stir from bis miserable situ.a
tin. One ot thu party, at this dreatlml
and eritictl moment, proposed, in the
Intense sellishness to w hich the let-lings of
vital danger renders all, as the only way
ol escape from his horrible living grave-,
to cut in pieces the wretched bcinj; who
formed the obstruction, ami clear Hie
passage by drugging the dismembered
carcas piece-iucal past them,
'lie beard this dreadful proposal, and,
contracting liim-' If with agony at the
idea of this death, wnn reduced by a
string muscular spavin to his usual
proportions, and was dragged out, nHnr
ding room lor tho pa-ty to equcize
themselves past over his prostrate body.
The Utihabpy man wa sufl'ocated in the
eflort and was left behind a corpse.'"'
A I.lon and l.eopnrd t'ii(hl.
Tne following comes from Hungary on
the Danube. An encounter between an
imal, 60 ill-inntcbed in size and strength
as the leopard and tlie lion must rather
be a slaughter than ?. light: and -o It
proved in this case:
The Zoological Garden at Pesth ha
just been the scene of combat worthy of
Nero or Elagabulus. The cage tenanted
by a lion and lioness happened to be next
to thai iu which dw elt a female leopard,
lor whom the captive queen ol the lorcst
entertained a fpecial hatred. Probably
she was jealous of the bright eyes and
beautiful skin ol her neighbor, and may
possibly have suspected her lord and
master ol casting a tender regard
across tlie barrier w hich separated the
The susipiion, brooded over lti silence,
became a devouring passion, and it ripen
ed into certainty as thu precise moment
when vengeance happened to become
possible. The keeper of tlie gulden
inadvertently, onu .day, left barg
ing within the lion's cage the chain which
si rved to draw up the purtitlou and thu
lion was not long in seizing it ai d begin
ning to pull. Whether he was animated
with a spirit of licklcncss, or by cuno-ity
alone, uiu.-t remain forever a secret.
Hut the result was that the partition
Hew up, and tbe road remained open
Irom one cage to the other. Through it
iiislantly rushed the lioness, breatbirg
hatred and malice; but the lion had no
sooner dropped the chain and pr arid to
follow In chase, than tlie port:ulli fell,
and the passage was barred again. In
the meantime, however, a struggle com
menced between the two lady warriors,
such as has not been see iu Europe since
the palmy days of the amphitheatre.
The leopard, worsted at the tirst onset,
attempted to take refuge from the foe
by jumping and hanging to tne top rails
ol the cage. It was all iu vain, however.
She was brought to bay again, and com
pelled to light face to face with the terri
ble invader. For twenty long minutes
tho battle raged in royal style, Tbe
neck mid shoulders of the lioness were
deeply furrowed with red gashes. Hut
her victim was overmanned, and at
length thiown on her buck, when the
roup ui' graft was given by the savage
langs of thu victor. Nothing remained,
nt the end of the encounter, of the pretty
spotted skin but a few tor.) an 1 mangled
QQQ Uin'l lie inuue uy every arm
(WWW (V.,y month in the business we
furnish, but (hone willing to work emi easily
urn a Uoen dollurs a duy rurlit in llie'r own lo
jiililia. Have no roiuii to expluin nein, Husi
nss pleiisniit anil lionoralile, Wouu'ii, hoyn
mil itirls ilo as well us men. We will turn teh
you a comiilete oiiltit free, 1'hc hiisinesti pay
(letter than any thing vise. We w ill hear e
Dense ol nlitrtinK you, I'articiiliu n lie. W
inilee, Farmers and nieehuiues, their son
mil rtiiuir liters, ami all clusnea in neeil 0I puyhK
nork ul home, should w rite to us uuil le rn us
ibout the work at once. Now ix tlie Hint
tlon'tdeluy. Aililreas Tuna A Co. Augusta
Estate ot John Craig, dem ased.
The nnderslgned faavimr been nppolnted
administrator of thu estate of John ,Craig
Into of tbe county of Alexander aad state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court
ol Alexander county at the couit house in
Cairo at the August term, on tho third
Monday In August next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate
ae untitled and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. Al
persons indebted to said estato are re
quested to inukd im ucdiute payment to 111 a
Dated, thi- '-olh day of May, A. D. 1877.
James L. Sanokksv
Notice is hereby Kiven thai on Thursday
July Pith, 1877, at ten o'clock A. M. at tho
otHce or Samuel Mrlley, Justice of Hie
peace, at Toledo, in Alexander county,
Illinois, I will rrooced to sell at public
auction, to thu highest bidder, for cash In
hand, the desfetille notes aeeounts, Judg
i L,";ni.trttheHt.iteof Duniel M. Jones.
mnnt', claims ami iui m, uuu u ihkbiiu
Uwtfjnw (0f wbleheiUto 1 Am idiulnUtra-
trix) In pewue ol tho authority Klvu
.. a ... . -ktl fllA ftittlnttf first I ft nl
, ,ur uuu u irp .;:-";.':''';'..;'
said county at the June term thereof 187 f.
Itier tNriA .triMa
'Waslxl.ii.t - toi. ATillM.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, 1869
CITT NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A.B SArront), President.
S 8 TAYLOlt. Vie Prwiitlwt.
W. 11YSLOP, Sec'v and Trtaaurer.
P.W. BajkIaT, Chas. Gi.Llona,
r. M STOCK F1.KTF!, PiUL O. SCHUM,
ft. H ClTKISUIIAM. II , llALLIOiT,
J. it. Pmii.ies.
1NTKKKST.aidim deposits at the rate ol all
percent per annum, March 1st and eptm
jer 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added mime
liati-ly to the princial of tlie ileposita, Uienliy
fivinx them comiKiuud interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Dnen PTorv nuaineamlav rrom Ste m, to 3 Il.m
a 1 Saturday evening11 fr savings depoeils only
rom b to S o'cioea.
Neil, Vie I'rea't.
H Wells, Tarthier.
T. J. kerlli. Asst. aah'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
linns, Cairo. W'm. KbiKe, Cairo.
Ni-0, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
. Sesauka, Cairo. K I.. Uillingsley, .vt. Louis.
Hwlur, Cairo H. VVells, Cairo.
K. 11. Hritikman. st. Ixiun,
J. Y. Cleuison, Caledonia.
a (irnrml Unnklnc Hiialnene Hone.
ll-F.xchanie sold and houtrlit Interest paid
n the Savings iJapartment. Cn!lw;tions made,
nd all husiuesi iiroiimtlv attended to.
City National Bank
W. P HAI.I.IliA Y, President.
IIKSUV L. IIALLIHAY, Vice Prest.
A. I' SUKOIU1, Caehii-r,
W A ' ' ' tt H Y. SLOP, Asa' t Cashier.
S. Staats Taylor, It. II. Cr msthham,
Ii !.. II 'LIIDAY, W P. Ham iiiav
(i. I). Williamson, smeiiitN Hum,
A. U. SArronB,
Exchange, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banklna
VITAL WU VKNESS lift l)F.''UESsOX :
weak cxliim-leo liH-iing, no enemy or e..nr.(re;
theresn.t el JlhM A I. Hvt.lt wiiiux inr
1 Ilk I 1 1 i.NS ( il EXi E-M.s, or 8"ine ilniin in
the sr-leni is uUuva cured hy lliimn'neys'
lloiiKop.illiie-neeuic.Vo -" It nines up und
innifoi-jies the svst. in imnarls strei rth und
eneiL stiipH Ihe Oram and rijiiveinit. tin
enlne in in. Hem us d wenty " iro w ith per
fect sii" -ess liy ilnnisands. snhl hy ileuli-rs
Price J persuiKle vi.tl, ol tt" per package o,
live vial- uud S- vi 'I ul powder Sent l.y null
on re eiiit of price Adilrma Hl'MIM ltl- Y-'
IIOMEIH'AI ill' MEliCNMO.MPNY, 1"-'
lull ill street, . Y.
ADMlMsl KAIDU'S SALE.
Public notice is herehy iriven that hy viruc
m ii iitcn-e.il the county court ol the c un'y
of Alexander In the Mute of Ihuois.
,inli,rl nt the .luue term ui said
court, 1ST", upon the npidicution of l'ie
iiuil. isiieiied. to sell the real property !' H'e
i.iui-i,t' l.t.iiiri Nu-siinno. ilecetiseil to i uy tin
ilehls of the miiiii , 1 ll.il llloll II. Hliick, udmill
isimi.ir ile I,,, ins mm of Ihe eslale ol'l.oiiis Nas-
Ainu, hue ul' sail! county ik ceased . will sell at
nihil., tr. nilii.i. nn ihe .'list lav of July, A . I
Is;, lit t lit- t unmoor Ol loci inn u.i.i.i- 111 hi,
eitv ill U.iirout two o'clock p. Ill ol said U-.V
lo the Inchest mid heal bidder to pay the ill bl
of suid Lotus Nassunno, Ceceustd, Ihe lullowom
itescribed mil estate, to-wit: Lot eiht (S) In,
block seventeen (IT), in the tl si auMiimii uie 10
city oi l airo, situate in said county and slate
having thereon a lluetwo story brick buildnuf
adiipled lor bunucss and resilience. Ihe sanl
iiioiiertv will be sold iih-oliltely und iree fn iu
any incumbrance, including Ihe Hie udw,
ilower, which will be released to the purchaser
without further consideration. Tarms ol sale:
Una thousand dollars and one-hull ul surplus to
lie cash in hand, ami the Ulunce In ix nuimlio
fi-ilii tune el sale. I he ilelcrrcl pin nienl must
l.u evidenced by Hi purchaser's note drawing
six per cent Interest with iM-raonil security,
an I sale mortiriii.'e upon the premises sold.
Dated June '-'lli lf;7.
II mttnv II . Itl.ACK.
AitiniiiMtnitorilc lxmis noli of tlie estate of
l.oilia Nasoaiuio, tl1
JACOB W ALTER,
Dealer m Fresh Meat
Between Waahlnirton andlCommerola
Atswi, xUolnlBg Hagnyl-
ASK YOUR TINNER
or hardware denial for the u
Ma.1 only by tho "Undard Manofaoturins
Co. PltUburir Pa. tvery kettle jsh , oi
cat Iron, warranted and fuaranteed not to eon
tain any lead er araenle or any oihar poisonou
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
PEYTONA G ANN EL
Order for Coal by the car-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for ahipment
promptly attended to.
orTo large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIEO CITT ViUAL COUP AST.
Ollice on whurlho it, foot or Sixth st.
Office "f Haliiday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian mill Twentteth st.
Coal dump, loot of Thirty -eighth st., or
Post otHce drawer .Moo.
Estate ol Timothy O'Oliaban, deceased
Tlie nndereigeed, having been appointed
admini-tratriz of the e-tate ot 1 imothy
O't ullahan, late n tbe county of Alexander I
anu ?iai Ul milium, (icecanvu, neiei t lrs
notice that she will appear belore the
county court of Alexander county, al tbe
court house in Cairo at the August term,
on thu third Monday in August next, at
which time all persons having claims
i;uinst said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose ol having
the s itne iiliiisted. All per-ons inueiileu
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Ualeu this lotii nay ol June, a, v. IB, ..
Hititxiavr 0' Calls han,
S-21 wftw Administratrix.
The Steam ferryboat
Will be run reirulatly, leaving (ireen-
field's landinir at 7. 1) and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 ::o, l::i.i and fu.'IO o'clock p.m. during each
On Suuday she will leave the lauding at
8 and liloclock a.m. and at 11 m., and at
ti:J10 p.m. "
Estate ol Frederick E. Watermeler, de
Tue undersigned, having been appointed
ailmims rutor of tne estate ot treuericK t
Wsteiui ler, late of tha aounty of Alexan
der and Stat- ol Illinuia, decea-ed, hereby,
gives notice that be will appear bclore
the comity court of Alexander county, al
the court house in Cairo ut the July term,
ou tbe second Monday iu July uext,ut which
lime all per-ors having cl inns agaln't said
estate are notified and tequesicd to attend
lor the purpose ot having the same ad
lusted. All pi-rsons ludepted to said es
tate are n quested to make immediate pay
ment to the uadnrsigned.
Dattd. this t'A dav ol May, A. D.
1877. AL'ti L'S 1' VVAIl'KMEiEK.Ailm'r.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit courtol Alexauder County, Septem
ber Hi in, AO. IsiT.
kdnuiini K. OTlrien vs. K.lrmind II. (iaraghty
E.ilgeue l.aian ty. Jacob 11. Hurroiigh, Jose
pnii.e liarigmy II. alevin ami J. bievm lull
Ailldavit of tlienon-nsnlencc of Jucoh Bur
rough, turtle liurnitlity, 11. Sleyia and J.
le in ol the ilefen luuls above nuloe l, having
been tldl iu Ihe ollice f I he clerk of .aid Cil
uuu conn cf Alexaudircoiiaty, uolnwin here
by iven to tlie said non-resident defendants
lout the Ciilnpluinaui has tiled Ins lull ut' com
plaint iu sum court on tne ehaucei y aide til. rtof
on Ihe Urst ouy of Muy. A. V. Is; 7, and thl a
suminoud thereupon issued out ol's.ii court
ugniiist suid d leoitunts, retuiuahle nn die
third Mouday oT .May. A. D. ls;7,aa is Icy law
rcHpiired. And uu onler having ben enteral of
recmd in said court hi the Slay term ls77, theie
.it', Unit suid luiuesiand coiiiuiii'il Willi ord- r
ol publication Now, hen l -re unlesB jou
i he said J cob II. Iliirn.inrli, Murene liainghiy
II. slevmaiel J . slevin shall permuiuliy h-uud
appeur li-lnre thesanl circuit court of A levari
der county on tlie fli.it day f the nexi teim
th- rei 1 iu he hidden al the court house in the
city of 1 airo. iu said county, on Hie first Mon
(iuv of M'l'lenilKr a. u. lo77, and plead, an
swer or demur lo ihe said complainant's bill ol
complaint, Ihe siuiie, and Ihe loaders aud lhim,'s
therein chargul and stuted will he taken as cmi
tessed, nn 1 . decree entered uiruuist you accord
i,,g,othep,uyerofsaJ,l.ull.uKf.vnirk Jon H. Mt'i.KttY, ( oniplaiiiaiit's Solicitor
Lairo, Ills. , July htlh, A U. C-77. "W.
English Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, m ur e arpri", eivri. nu(i, n uu.
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YORK
Carpets caretully packed and ent to an
part 01 tue united states iiuouieuit.
O-SEND ;rORPRICEXIST.- :
Sp la Atteutioo raid to
NIJUT..:OR DAY TI.V, ,
:isbtbratreet - Vlf,l Illlaola.
THE Hest Quality of MEATS always
Arlington . Houso
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
RATES: (3.00 PER DAY
, Bat gig Tka To and From the
tlebsh CitvHo. I
.nl 1 V I V ma.j.sCa
SCW AO f EBTISEJIEHTnv
THE trtUCIAL TE8 eftha raltie ef a med-
lCina U tlllis. I lnaa niMl.avi.i -Ma. tk.m
claims put forth in IU faor at the outset 14
In-gmuil questioa. Apply tlua crlusnon , to
imple, y, t no scearching, to Tarrant's Kffr
; . . "jierieni. now naa II Wom 7
to-day?" hltor' ,,0,T d01 w tuld
Iirrant'a Efferrwat SeUzer Lmi,
is a houaehoM eonl thrmujhout the t'ni'ed
BUitee. It m administered aa a eiieciAe, and
wim.uicas,ln ilys)paia, sick htilacha, n.r
yoiis debility, liver eajmplalnt. hiliou remit
tent, buwela joniplalut, teapectallv eonaitl
patlon) rhemnstism Knal, (Travel, nausea, the
iv.nipalnu peculiar to tha maternal aex, aad
all tides of Inflanution. ho mild la it la Ita
operation that it can lie given avith perfect
aafely to tbe f ebleat child; w agreeable la It to
Un taatc, m relrtsbing to die palate, that chil
dren never rcluae to take u. tor tale by all
tflfl week ,n T00r own ,own
OJOU eo outai free.
UALLET 4 CCb.Port-
n C 'Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with nam
W lO OU , poiiaaid, L. JU.NES A CO.,
Naasau, N. V,
4a t.Ol pr ilar at home. Sajoples worth
J 0 ,j fn MTSSON i. CO., Port-
tll 4a "177 WeektcAgsau. $111 OVJTHT
XO )jrREt. t, u. VlCKKHY.Au
uta,Main. 812 i
dav at hum. Amenta wanted. Outfit
and Kims free. TUCK & CO., Augusta,
ne KXTR4 f 1E CARD, no two alike
with aaine,. I Of
Maiden Hnd(, N. T
ORACE'8 CLS HATKD SALVE
Fleh wounds, frozen limbs, gait rheum, chil
blains, sore breasts, aore lips erytipelu, rinK
woiins, calluses, scald head, dumied hand,
burns, scalds, wounds, tasters, piles, bunion,
bites, warts, pimple and i aucen, sores, atiiiaa,
wens, a bees , sprains, cuts, blister, corns fel
ons, ulcers , ohiiiKle-, stitra, freckles, bolls,
whitlows tan, scurvy, Itch, Ingrnwiug nab,
nettle rash, inoiUito and Ilea kites, spider
stiiifts, and all outuneous dlseaaea and erup
'or sale by all dnggist grocars, and at
country stores throiifrnoiit the I'nited Mtates
llritisli provinces. Price hy mail oent.
DBS. CANUTE & WHITLOCX
Uaving entered lato a co-partnership, for the
iiirnose of practicine dentistry, in all ita
ranches, would retueutlully inform those need
ing tha service of. dertal operator, that they
ire prepared to attend to their want in every
in Ullief ot teem none in tne most lauaian-
Uiry manner. laMrtina ariitleul denture, al
way wiib a view of restorini, aa lar aa prae
ticahlt, tre lost conlr au-l natural expression
3t Ihe most luiprcved method and material.
Teeth otracied absolutely without paia by
ising nitruu oxide ks.
Iliey exiead an inviution to ill, to cad and
ee them and solicit a liberal share of their pat
onage. Workuuarantsed. Prices moderate.
Mi Commercial enue. beta ten Sth and t'thst
tiittiifrshu'tlfl know ofj
Kt xun ivitrni.liow totmra
on nt vt'.auioni of insj
I I kind of Dlifitvtss, with hund il of vluaU im-tpu,
wliu h'niiil imrrv.trtf niirH-liNiPMf9 f TiiriHf, their
tur.tid cup. Tri'stvon iit 1 iMatHi, hiliy fTTUinirir thH.
m-. rviHpioiiii) und mrani tocur? ; it It un on If ivallj;
fifiitiri-' " wink urtlir kimi evir phliiM-rt. ami itfimplsM
in vert fi-ipfrt. fit nt iiriiTf ly ifilftl uil r'ipl o HQ rtt.
Addrisfii. h. C. A Hmi.stA. H'itf rU I'Ltth J
Bern in general use for twenty year.
Everywhere proved the moat SAFE,
MXPLE, Kt oSoHIl'ALan EFFICIEStT
They are Juat what
the people want, aavtna;
Icknraa and suffrrlna;. Every alnitle
i. rbtiiik limFi isstrnry.
prrltic the well lrtr4 perscrlptlon or
an eminent physician.
No. Cores. Cents.
I. Fevera, CnnBertlnn.Inflsmmations, .
a. vvvrina, vv nru r ever, w orm tone.
5. fry iHK-t'ollc, or Teething of Infanta,
4. lllarrhira, of Children or Adult, .
& Dysentery, Griping, Billon Colic, .
6. Ciiolera-MorbiiN, Vomiting, . . .
7. Couahs, Colds, Bronchitis, ....
8. Neuraltcla, Toothache, Facearhe. .
9. Headaches, Hick Headache, Vertigo,
10. Uysneiwln, Billons Stomach, . . .
11. tsupuresard, or Painful Periods, . .
li Whiten, too Profuse Periods. . . ,
13. I'ronp. Cough, Difficult Breathing, .
14. Snlt Hheuiii, Erysipelas. Eruptrbns.
15. Hhenmatlsin, Rheumatic Pain, .
Pi. Fever and Amir, t hill Fever, Ague,
17. Plies, blind or bleeding
18. Ophthaluiy, and Sore or Weak Eyes,
Hi. t'atarrh, acute or chronic, Induenaa,
80. Whooplmr-t oiiarh, violent cough,
21. Aathnia, oppressed Breathing, . .
Si F.ar Ulachararea, Impaired hearing,
tM. MTOfula, enlarged gland, Swelling,
HI. Ueneral Debility, Phyaied Weakaess,
5.1. Uropsy and scanty Secretion
m. kira-Nirkneast, slcknes from riillng ,
17. Kldney-Dlaraae, Gravel, . . . .
sa IServoua Ileblllty, Vital Weakne,
. 60 '
89. MoreMoutn, canker,
I rlnaryV eaknesa, wetting tne dm, oo
Si. Falnl ul Period, or with Spasm, . . W
ta niaeaae of Heart, palpitation, etc. . 1 00
83. F.itllf pey, Spaams, bt. Vltu' Dnco, . 1 00
84. IMphlherla, ulcerated sore throat, . . W
as. thronlc Consestlona aad Erupdotis, W
Case, Morocco, with above 35 Urge vials and
Manual of directions, 110.00
These remedies are aent by the case
atnarle box or vial, to any part of the
rotintry. free of charce, on receiptor
price. Addre ., ,
Office aud Depot, 10 Fulton 8t. New York.
For Male by aU DrunrUta.
' UT" Humphreys)' Bpaolflo Manual on tha
oare and treatment or disease aad its cure,
out JTULS on application.
chantcal devi ca
lueinuai ur uiucr
meiiUl ilea ga
labels. Caveat, Asiignmenta, IntertVraotes,
etc, promptly attended to. luveutlons U.at
still, in mo
cured by u
aite the Patent 0 trice we can make closer search
es, and secure patents nor promptly and with
broader claim than those woo are remote from
ode I or
Ion free of charnejind adviao a to r testability
All oorrestiondence strieUy conHdential mice
I'ricM low. AN1 NO CUAKlili USLK8
PATENT IS hKCCEKD.
refer to olMeials in th Patent offlce, aad to
lor In every btaieia the Unloa Addiaa
C. A. SNOW a CO.
Oppo e Patent Offloo Waahingtou, DC
rubllcnotlc It brebf given to Ibebeirs
of Daniel M. Jones, deceased, and to all
other persons wnotn it may concern, that I
will apply to the county court ol Alexan
der county, nunois, on we una day oi June
1377.01 ui June term 161 j of said court,
to be holdsn at the court kouee ia
Cairo, In said county, oa tne tbird Mon
day ol June 1877, for an order ot court au-
luorir.mg ue unurigneu to ten anu man
pound tne desperate notes and aceetinti
claims and demand due the eatato of
Daniel Al. Jones, dsceaaed.
Juat I, UH. dtt AdMratyit.