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Jadfa sf Clrcalt Cri j
Ws tit astherUed to aaaounaa th asms ot
i.drew U Oaf, f Jsc..t.a Couaty, M canili
data f.rJaJr iata ''at Judicial circuit, u f
iil oy taaaot af th. seaaral atsesauly. s
rM Juns . UT7, sad oaiapaeej of Iht coun
iiMr Aleitsder, lUnllB. Kranklls, Jeckaos,
Mittta fas, fuuwil. Balls., L'aiom ml Wil
iiaatei. haeelisnnril atoaday iu Ailfint, A.
Wt in nth wiled to a.nouac the ia"( of John
Doafherty, of I'aioa Ceaaty, caaeldtti for juilt
in th Int judicial circuit, it arginiitd bytht icl f
thtftatral Mnblr, eproed Jum 1 1177, and
i:niM ofth cauntiti af Altxaader, Hardin,
Krantlia, Jickwn, Jneaan, Mum, Porw Pnl
ki, Calint, Uaian aa Williiaiton. Klsctioa
farti Mindly ii Aucutt, A. D., 1177.
T tht rttrt f th Srt judicial diitrlcl, com
ate of iht ctunliri of Fraullia, aalina, Hardin,
1'ea. Maiaac, fulatki, Alttanrttr, Lnioi. Jack
too, Williaauee ana Juaatoe, wuktai arprotrai of
many 'ne.4, 1 hereby anaoaac aiyttlf a candi
date far Ju lge of tlit circuit court, under the act if
mi Itneral Maitilr, approved, June, 1877 at the
eiccuoi, oetki Srtt Monday ia August, 1HT7.
rtanuil ki. YoiTnuBLOnu.
The Ohio Democratic state conven
tion will le held next Wednesday, the
One hundred and elxty-live em
ployes of the New York custom house
were r&ently discharged In a single day.
The Indianapolis, Bloomington and
Western railroad Is to be sold out under
raortga:e by deorce of the I'nlted
Slates circuit court
The doctors In New York City do not
agree. One says that there lias been a
genuine case ot Asiatic cholera in (tie
city, while another says there has not,
and they hare called on the coroner to
bold a pott mortem examination to de
lermln the matter.
Caroline Kuhn a Uernian, ajrcd IS,
ot Mncennea, Ind., loot the Use of her
limbi nine years avo, and has used
crutches ever since. While purine pola
toes, the other day, she lelt a sudden
snapping of the hones ot her legs, and In
lerfectly well since. She walked to
church on the 15th.
Une ot the last wrinkles in the to
bacco tine U a "sponge cigar,'' made by
rolling a bit of sponge in with the tobac
co at the top of the cigar. It is claimed
the sponge does not interfere with the
passage of the smoke, and greatly bene
fits the smoker by watching the nicotine,
which U so poisonous Old "voU" are
divided as to their desirability, and but
fewhaye been manufactured.
The State Reyitter-. ",S;iys B. M.
Chambers, esq., ot the St. Louis Timet
and of the Butcher." and Drovers'
It ia true the proprietor has lost about
$40,000 in the stock ot the hank, and
may be called on in the process of
liquidation to lose etill more, which lie is
willing and able to do, it necessary to
aatisfy In full the claims of those who
now manliest and have hitherto placed
the most Implicit confidence In his miri
"We are glad to know that Mr. Cham
ben is able to lose $10,000. lie is prob
ably the only newspapor mau in the
, country who can do so, aud the
." phenomena In his case laonly explained
j tha fact that Us haj on)y recently
gone Ul 10 Ibo bualtieaa."
During the first six months ot this
year aocording to the Railway Aye, 32
railroads, representing a mileage of
2.5S6 miles, hare been sold under fore-
closure, of which Uiu Indebtedness
amounted to $78,710,000, and the capital
to $49,035,000. In the came period, re
ceivers were appointed to 10 roads, rep.
relenting 2,422 miles, $1,000,000 of
debt, and $88,300,001) capital. Proceed
ing have bejn commenced on 2,217
toiore mllet, represeating $83,000,000 oi
Indebtedness, and $10,000,000 or capital
UTjuj, the total liquidation covers 7,213
Wiles, and $429,000,000, against 11,422
wiles, and $775,000,000 for the whole
business ot 1S7G.
The Ausland calls attention to a cu
rious Instance of climate influence on
fce. In 1810 several hundred WurUim
berg families emigrated to Trans-Cau-basis,
and took un their abode near Tiflis.
They were remarkable lor a broad,
quare build, fair or red hair, and blue
eyes. The next generation changed
somewhat, and brown hair and dark
eyes were seen. In tho third generation
the type of the original colonists was
hardly recognizable. Black hair and
eyes were the rule, and round face
lengthened,. i Ue form gained slenderness
aud elegance. Inasmuch as they never
Intermarried with another race, it is con
tended the oilmata alone must have el-
lecteu uie change.
The Austin; Texas, Weekly Demo
cratic Statesman says: "No unprejudiced
looker-on objects to ad Jet ties. If he
can make the river's mouth an open
highway to the sea, the country will be
well pleased; bnt what w must have Is
a alack water abipoanal irom New Or
leans to deep water In Barratarla bay,
and then Galveston will be one hundred
and fifty miles neerer New Orleans, and
European cities will trade directly with
Xaw Orleans, Vkksburg, Cairo and St.
Louis. It U direct trade, without the in
terventionof New York middle men aud
railroads, that the South mint hara
This great dealderatiuBi is unattainable
until towden's sh Id canal, from v.
Orleans to Barratarla bay, is dug. Ends
ean accoinpiuu the purpose.
Philadelphia newspapers are displeas
ed because the $1 ,500,000 loaned to the ex
hlbltlon company had to be returned, ol
, which Representative Springer was In
strumental, say ths government made a
laige profit out of the show. This Is
th. argument: "The f.ju.ouo received
Wy the government !n payment of datieg
u exhibited articles, is almost clear
. profit. In lbs sense that the government
would have received but littio of it If the.
articles which paid duty had not been
sent to the exhibition, k few of the ar
ticles from foreign countries which were
sold at the exblbltlou took the place, ot
articles which would otherwise havo
ben imported and sold la established
, a tores, but the greater number were ar.
llclei ol tertu, decoration, brlo a-brac,
and unuccessarlcs grnorally things
that people with money buy when they
see them, but seldom deliberately Set out
to buy, The unties paid on such articles
represent a revenue due almost wholly
to the exhibition."
Ben IIili" has been recutly Inter
viewed and hU opinion of Illalnu and
(Jail Hamilton Is thus furnished to the
"In reply to a riiiostion as to his esti
mate ot Blaine as a public man, Mr. Hill
said : 'I regard Mm a a bright man.
He has a quick, brilliant mind and can
show to great advantage what he knows,
but then he knows so little;' am the
sombre expression again fadcu, while
the brilliant rellcctiou ot the laughing
tye gave point to the closing part of the
sentence. 4 en, tor, continued Air. 11111,
'I think that Mr. llhtine knows less of the
constitution ot his country than any
mah thai 1 ever knew to be iu public
life." He then went oa to say that he
regarded Ulatne as a shrewd, adroit poli
tician, but he possessed none ot the
elements ola statesman. At this point
some one suggested that the senate
would not afford as fine a display for
Mr. Blaine's peculiar talent as tho houe
had done. Air. 11:11 seemed to think
that the place and circumstance would
be no check to Blaine's ambition, and In
addition to that he would still have
Gail Hamilton to do his writing aud
prompt him to his work,
"What do you think ot (Jail Hamilton
as a publio writer If" was the next ques
tion. en, sir, 1 regard ner as a won
derlul writer woie crlul in the multi
plicity ol words she uses, and equally ns
wontlerlnl In the absence ol thought. 1
think thitt female political writers are a
great humbug. ,' jfe continued: "There
is another woman Grace Greenwood
who has been slinging words at me. She
thinks that Lamar, Gordon and mytelf
are most dangerous men. and particular
ly myself. She describes me as 'reluc
tant.1 I don't know ot any reluctant
policy that I have. I am always frank
and ready to say what I think. My
friends think 1 am too tree to talk and
express my opinion; that sometimes it
is not politic to do so. Yel 1 think that
a man ought not entertain an idoa that
he is afraid to talk about. "
MTTKM. S IJYIMU AUK,
The numbers of The Living Aye for the
weeks ending July 14th and 21st respec
tively, contain Pedigrees and Pedigree
Makers, by Edward A. Freeman, Con
temporary Iterirw; A Leaf of Kaitern
History. Fortnightly, Voltaire in the
Xeitherlands, from the Dutch ot ,lhr. C,
A. vuu Sypesteyn, Temple Bar, Mor
decai, a Protest against the Critics, by a
Jew, Mafmilltui', Crema and the Crucifix,
Cainhilli Georges d'Amboii-e, Temple,
Jiar; Maoris and Kanakas, Fortnightly;
The results of the Invention of the Sewing-Machine,
Economist; Japanese Mir
rors, Nature; Popular Errors, Fall Mall
Gazette; William CaXtOll, Fireside; Little
Tortures, Liberal Itwicw; A New Stim
ulant, Suture; The Dog ot the Barracks,
Leiwe Hour; together with choice
poetry, and instalments ot "The Mar
quis ol lassie." by Geo. MacDonald,
"Pauline," by L. B. Wallord, and "Green
Pastures and Piccadilly," by Win,
A new volume of this standard eclectic
began July 1st. For liltj-two numbers
ol sixty-lour Urge pages each (or more
than 3000 pages a year), the subscription
price ($,) is low; while lor $10.60 the
publialioi's ofl'er to semi nny one of the
American $1 moulhlioa or weokliee with
The Liriny Aye for a year, both poMpaid.
Llttoll it Gay, I!oston,aie the publishers.
THK S1KIKK ON TI1K B. AND O. 11. It. a
III.OODY CONFLICT IN HAI.TI.MOHK
TWKI.VR MEN KII.I.KD AND FIKTKKN'
WOUSDILD THE8TKIKE BECOMING (!KN
KRAL. The strike which was commenced by
the employes of the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad Is having its effect, and the em
ployes ot all tho leading trunk lines are
following their example, and It is alto-
gather probable that the next tew
days w.ll witness the almost entire
81'81'ENSION OK RA1LKOAD TRAFFIC
over the leading lines between the East
and West. The strikers are determined
and desperate, and seem bent upon
carrying their designs through suc
cesHtully. A BLOODY KNCOCNTKR
took place between the strikers and
malitia in Baltimore on Friday evening,
in which twelve men were killed and
fifteen wounded. The tight took Dlaee
on Camden street in the vicinity ot the
Baltimore and Ohio raliroad depot.
The greatest excitement prevails iu that
city, and lurther trouble was antici
pated. THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL.
A dispatch trom Pittuburg says the
employes of tho Pennsylvania railroad
are also Ion', a gtrlke, and reluse to al
low freight trains to be moved. Passen
ger trains are not interfered with. On
1'ridH.v afternoon strikers to the number
of 2,000 congregated about the Union
depot, and though two regiment of
militia were ou ground the strikers had
every tiling their own way and the troops
were jjoweness. 1 tie troops are in
SYMPATHY W1TUTUK STRIKERS
Aud when called upon to disperse the
mob mutinied. Hundreds ot women
and children collected around the strik
ers, encouraging them to stand firm, and
Jeering and scoffing at those who showed
and signs ot weakening. They were
mostly the wives and daughters of the
strikers, and in explanation of their ac
tion saiu that their husbands could uot
buy their clothes or food, and they could
not get work themselves, so there wus
.NOTHING LEFT TO DO BIT FIGHT.
When General Pearson addressed the
crowds at Torroens, they only answered
with cries for bread. The emnloves n
the Erie, Lake Shore, Plttuburg, Fort
v ay ne and ctilcago railroads are also on
a strike ; and It is announced that thou
on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton,
tnu trie connection at Cincinnati, and
the Ohio and Mississippi roads will Join
the strike early In the week.
Sfifi !iwi.liTH,rown lWn- Terms ami
DD Ultfree. H. H 4LLKT A 1x1. . Van.
laiau. N.YT ' I "
$3 to $20r,Jl,tMI?l- pis worth
K. BMYTH to OO.,
WhulMsIt sua Betoll Dealers ia
foreign and Domes i&o
WINES OF A17L KM If 8,
Mo. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESBRr-. SMYTH , CO. h SoniUntly
s lara itock ot the twit kihm iu iliu mar
et, and riT eepecial atWnUuu to I be wlioleaal
aniih !' Uie humneaa
1-.. i j -j. ii- .-i e j j HA- 1.LJ -u ..
PAINT AND eiJJS.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varni&hes,
irVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Slwayt on tuna, tie Oblrbralett illumlnattq
tlHOtt A OIL.
Ooruer BleTenU Street and Waehini
TE AM BOATS).
Evansville, Cairo end Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisvilla, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elenant ilde-vbeel ttraiuei
ATALTIB H. I'lNNISUniN
t Will leave Cairo eTery WKUNESUAYill
o'clock b. ni.
1 lif fleet airauier
llt.t UuWAlU Uuln
tu. 'I BuMi Clerk
I.Te Uii u every SATUUOAV.
Rich twit aiikei clone couneclluni it Cilro
with Aral-daiMi atruiucrii for M. Louii, Memi
pbmad New Orleaua, mil at tTauurilit with
ibi K. A C. It. R tor all puintt North and Kuit,
ndwitlitbt l.ouiiville Mail Htiainrn fonili
lioinuoatbi Upper Ohio, kiviuk Uimuxhre
eelnts ou freights uuri nuueiigcri to all point
for urthar informatioi ipiilj to
J V .MhS Hl(,(i-t, 1'aawnger Agent.
J. M. 1'HILlJPS, nts.
Or to J. UKAMMKK,
duperiuUndrut and Ueueral VreiKht Agent,
li-3-'iU-lr. tTaniville Uainna.
WH0LE8ALB AMD BJtTAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Crooda Sold Very Close.
tiorner 10th Bt. and OommerclaJ At.
C O. PATIES & CO.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And Waaler iu
11. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKC.AL sttentioi givon toooailfamtnts au I
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AOaUT AI&XaUOAM tOWM O
T Ohio LsiTee.
W. CJOCELYN.D.D. C.
Oflli-e on Klghta itreet, between Waahlliitos
S i tytirume.-i.ial svenset, Cairo, ills.
Administrator's Mala. '
ft nnllia la k or h .Ina thl, l
lilahue and by virtue of a certain oreer, Judg
nibt .ml ilwm el thr onitnty court of Alexan
der co uuty, auie of llllnoln, uuuleaad antemt
hi th February term f laid court. A. 1). la7o,
noon the application of tlieuuderiigiietl, ad
nuukiltraior ol the eatale ot l.euii Jorgeuaen,
deceriae.1, 0 said i-oui t lor leave te tell real ca
tausof tbeaaideatale tu uiy tlit debti of laid ei
. I will na audi adiiiinittiutor, oa I tienday.
luly 17 tli, l77,l the hour ol twoo'clot'k in lb
aluraoon, at thelronl dour of tbe oourt houaa
In tbe city of Cairo, In laid county ami Kate,
oSar at public mlr to the highe! aad beet bid
lf r me followiug ilencritietl real eMUite, nuiuely :
lh eaat half m tin north-east quarter
or section luiir 1(1), in towmhip So.
leTintetn (17i, tomb inane tin. two
it) weat of the :d principal merldiau,
In laid county; ilo sixteen (U) lots, Noi. one
( ) to taelvell.'lliolliiiH 'iuivn, and Nos. thirty
wTeu(:i7) to I'orly (!") luitu inclimive, iu block
No. tliirtecD ll'i) in the fourth (lib)
addition to uid city of laiiona the
auid lota are designated and dee
cribed ou tbe reconlrd uiup or plat of laid city:
alao lot No. twenty-four Uj, in block .No.
ni'y.llve ('..'.), iu be Urtt addition to null! city of
Cairo, and uiM ioit tliirtntu (Li) and fourteen
IN), in blook No, evcuireu(l7), in Ibe city of
La Salle, in the county oi Iji .iulie. and itute
aloreaaid. tiald rrulenlalc ii to be inld for the
payment of the dclitn of the laid eetuie, uud
tbe name will be told tor une-bnif cien iu band
and tin balance in mx aud twi'lve uioatlia Willi
good peraonal Itxiirilv and a mortgage, or Dale
mortguge, on the pitiii'mw auld to Hecnre bul
niof the purcliaat- mt-uev .
IIOHil K Wai i.mih,
J'"i June1', 1h:7 AdmininlntliU , el
CHANCHtV NOI il K.
State of 1 1 It tu i i . rniiBiy of Alxjiulrr,
I ircuit murt of Alciamlcr cuitiiiy, bepieniljer
term, A. I). 1x77.
Frederick Konunryi-r, vi. J.ihu llarnutu, Koh
en Howe ami Wake lli.LiL.ic. Hill, i.i ihtiuery.
AfTdavit ot the nun rfrtiiif nee of ltolwt Hour
anil Wake Hubble ul ihr lirfrndaiiti above nainnl,
hnvin bem filed in die otli. e of the cirri of K.i.l
circuit court of Alcxnnrltr c iiinty, notice i Imeliy
giver, to tlic t.anl lion ri'ihlt-nt dcfeiiilautN, tlat llic
complainant lm tiled liia bill of complaint in naiil
court on the chancery title III ureal on the Ulh day ol
Afay, A. I) IH77, ami llial a MlinuiolM thereupon
lumen our or Mini conn again! tain uelclulant, ir
niMuhle on the lliiid .Monday ul May, A. 1. IT7,
ai it by law rcipiirril. And in uiderer hivlngbecn
enierrd of recurd in said tuurt at the Wiiy term,
1'77, Ihereuf, that taitl cnuse t.uul continueil, uilh
order of publiraiion. Now. ibirefore. mile.n you,
ihe taid lioberl Howe and Wake llubhle (hall jier
soiially lie and appear lieiore the said circuit court
of Alcrander county on ihe first day of the next
term thereof, to lie holdenat the court bouse in llie
city of I aim, in sa d county, on the first Monday
uf September, A I) Ih7i, aud plead, answer or
demur to the said cnmplaimil's hill of complain,
Ihr same, and the matlrrt and things therein ' harmed
and stated, will lie taken as confessed, and a de
rree tittered agaililt yull icrording to the pr.lyer of
"tb'H. JI'lIN A. KKbVK. tlrrk.
Mi'UK, Lii as A I.AMnaN. l oiiiplaiiunt'i,
Solicitori,. t ain. Ills., July l;ith, A. U. 177.
'- . -. . 1 J. Jl I . , L . . I . i.
W bolraale I el' r in
lOfflca, Corner Twelfth and
1CK by the ( rr Load or Ton Will be
packed tor shipping.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpith llt'I.LETIN Ii publiabeil eny tiswjnmg
(except Mosday) la the Bulletin Huildiug, oor
ner Wuhiugton aveuue and Twili'b atiaet
Ths Bi'llstin it tciTid t city aubacrilwri by
'aithflil carriera at Twenty-Five Centa s Week,
ayable Weekly. By Mail, (in advance), flu per
annum i tii months, Sfi; tbxse niontbi, tH one
month, SI 2.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thumlay inurninitat SI
pel sanuin, invariably in advance. 1 be uostag
n the Weekly will be prepaid at tbii ufllce, to
ha tubscriberi wil olil;n for a aula, rtption
'ice ol I year.
Business Cards, par annum ....SM
One square, oae nertlon, ...., , uu
One Kusrs, two inaeriion,.... 1 W
Una sqaare, one wee 2 60
One square, two weeks a iu
One square, three wtrk, 4 ou
Use squrs, one month, wj
Une square, one iaaertkn,. uu
Kaon aubaequeul lueertbn, Ml
One inch it 1 tquare
KfTo regular advertlacre we oiler superior I g
daoeucnts, both aa to rate ot charges and man
ner of displaying their lavort.
Communication! upon subjeota of sn
rati lntsreat to ths pnbllo soliolted.
KVAI1 lluaineas telteraahould bs addreiaed to
tfnlro BuIIaSIm Censuy,
O aimO. TTsTsQ.
PHI6SS REDUCES T9 SUIT TBE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Moors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Bosurd, 3d Floor (8.00 For Da
Bpooisl lUt.s hw Wk or Montk
A limited aamber of very desirabls tarn
roonu can be tec ared at rewonsbls rates lor ths
The St. Charlea is ths largest sad best anpoin
d iloum ia Houtbern Illinois, and it the lead
hotel la talra. otwllaitandlng Us " B
Hok" reduction in urlcea, ths table will,
nauel, be liberally supallad with the vary
t everything that can U feuad in market.
sine large aanipla rooms for ooiuiuurvial tny
eiert, on around floor, Ires of obarge.
the hold without cbarre.
x-aii oaggacsoi gueats conveyed to and Irom
kSl nlalatl lav I I hmil akdua
I'roi rle o
' MutssY, 1). X. Unsoaa, 4. at. Umu
MULKEY LINEGAR & LANSOEN,
Attorneys at Law,
orrtCK; Cowiurrclal Awnus, st efflrs sf
Liaegar Lusdea v-iilm
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
A lhoroil;li ijluonily jiiid iii.iily analjti, ,y
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
i ( indiiiuti sufficieMtlye.ai.,l.e il.e f.i.uliai in all ,,,1 wedi-iil pr,-rts ,.-
WATER OF THE CAIRO JORIVE WELLS
Is akl Identical with H of tin hid H:l Sjriiip of Arhssn
'I be llrie Wrll Water Larr)iug all lllf i:;r hun.ilr
uamn. llmce, l,y lieaiiii,- ihu WM , il,,,,wll11f
. . ; "I" i"i.iiyor ijieuncaTiipnriiniibl Hi,-p.ui, r nr.-
exhiuaiiiig trip, and from ihe quackery, imposition
at llie aloiraitt Spiinii,,
li u Bowconuxde.! Ibattheae vapor bath, are the mom ,h,.HK, . ,( ,,., 1,
aoild. 1 Ley nnn-ve by aureeable urocetan, ami .Ii 1 .... ".. . .. ' ". k
vn fi 1 . ' . .
I . , . ' . ' - --.",
luuiiuue aniiLiiyaiial extiaiMlioil,
... ,,..,., u,,.,,,,,,,,,, aie ei.peciali) mail uiaiule.si . il
r iysipelas, I'rop.y, Kh.oi.ialmi,, .laumlir. Catarrh, prliaiird I 'lill. mi l
hj l'hili, scrutil.aanU .ill iliinawMif ll,ekln tint bloo.l.
1 un pro, . p.tat.mt u .d agu-eau.r, ami ii nlw
Ilavmi kited 1 jmlnru.le ia m.s, wul
and kcieut'th. un-miicn'..
lady patient, for who ..tuple pioi
-I .il .
.os. .'it mill :!, Tciith
Ndtk. This wantcr ruiitiilim .'l..(l irr
to 12 gallons.
.. . . . ,
I USVe this 1jv Ipu biI D1V hiiih ro iIih 11 ul
Ark '1 lie I) ictor ImvitlK ipeut -eve' ;il v a
Uueasi, to which th wateri arc u plic.ible,
CUl'O UIHl Utlstltlotl.
All miflprers trom UiW tliseuM
suiioiK to bo ciirtMl Hhoilld try lr. Ki
ner'n Culeliruled CuiiaiiinptivK IVwUiti.
These powder are tho only pri uiiMtjiin
knovtn that will euro (juD"iiinptiuii noil nil f
iltteuBeii ol the tbrout ntnl luu -iti'lccil, j
no niriu m ouriniin 10 mom, nnn a:ao lo
i-oNviiioo you that thi'y arc no huwIiUf.', w e
will forward to evei v suflefrr. Lv mail
iioifpuiii, a free trial box.
v e don t want your money until von are
rrl:i'lly tuli.-heil 01 their curative powerH.
IT ou llfo is worth kaviiiK, don't tli luj In
glvlns; tliece rowtler u trial, mk they wil
aurely cure you,
l'rlce, tor luiijo box, lent to rny part
of tbe I niteet tute or t atni'lu by until on
rni'oipt of pttce. Ai.iren,
Kulton Miett. Hn.uhUu. N. V.
farmsnontly cured no bmnhuK ty one
aaontirsusass ol Dr. Goulard's Ulnbrut
ed Kit I'owdtr. To oonvime auOVrers
that these powder will do all we -'Imiit f.,r
them, we will end tlietii by mnii. pon
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. Goulard it
ths only physician that ever lua.ie tiiis
diiette a ipecial ctinlv, and in to our
knowlsde thouanntli. hate bei-n perma
nently cured by the use ol tbe-u: puwdem,
we will gaarantee a pt:rumi,tut cure in
even- t ste, or relund you nil monev ex
iiended. All miffHrcrs should jtive tbeas
Powders an esrly trial, uud be consiiieud
of their curstive powerH.
Price, for large box, $,'), or i boxes rr
10, ent by mail to unv part of United
stslei or Canada on receipt ot price, or by
exprefs, t. U.I). Aildri-,
, ASH 81 UOBBINS,
.MiO Kulton Street. Hnoklvn. N. V.
State ol Illinois, Omntvof Aleian,ler-si.
In the I in. ml Court, hcpie uilirr term, Itl.'T.
'' leming and l.acey for li.ie ol llcury i.incyei,
Henry I!. Pay sol arid Ki'iilinaud 1). Cauda Ifirm
I II. It. 1'atMiii U,, as garnialiecs. I.ar-
AflSHavit bavins been file.l in tlie offi of the
clerk 0 the laid court, that Henry K. Pay-ou one
el the alxive named defendanu ha deiirt, l frooi
the Mlaie of llliiitlrt, you the taol Henry , pay.
ire hereby nolilled that acundiuoual juuxmmt
rot he turn of (Vet. Oil ami onti ol salt remlered
igiunst you impleaded with l erdinand K. t aixla,
at tile January lariu A. 1), IH" of naid court in Haul
cauie: thai a writ of uire (a. ias hat, Jbeeu is.ued
nut of laid court in laid cause againit you, return
able on the first .Monday 111 September next. Nww,
linlesn you, tbe said Henry if. I'.iymin ihall per
loaally be and appear before .i id court on the tii-t
.Monday in September next and then and inrre show
cau if any vou have, to Ihe contrary. Iinal iiiij.,-
meat will be entered niaiiisi you for hk sum and
cottt tf suit
JUlllI , utr.Vt, I Jerk.
Q. IIARRISON LEACH, M D
Ecpecisl attention Kien to Homeopathic
treatment ot surgical dineason, all chronic
Uiseanes and diieaaes oi women aud chill
dren. Ottice on ComuieruiHl avenue neat
Mnta street. l.'AIRt). ILI,.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Jooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Janata FramPtlr Dona
VITAL WRKNKS Oil DKI'UESSIOV :
weak eahsunted feeklnji, no eueriry or nmruite:
the remit ciMKNTAL l) tlt- 'nUli. IMiks
t HE110.N8OH EXCESSKS, er some drain on
the synem, it alwayi eurwl liy iluiuphreyn'
Hoiueopalluc Speciflo No It tunes uu ami
invigorate! the lyrstein, imuurls etretiKtii and
energy to)ii the lllalu and rej. vermtn the
entire miu. lteeu tueii :wenty yenri Willi tier
leet sttcoees by ttmiiunila. Sold by dealers.
Fries l periingle vial, or S". per nickel ol
Ave Tiali aad fi '1 of sunder Sent liy nmll
ou receipt or price. Aiidrens HIM rH III; TS'
HOMISOPAllLn; MKUIUNIC UJ.Ml'A.W. IW
Kultua street, N. Y. 1
Tuhllc sutire ia hereby kIvcb that by rlrtue
of.a deeraeofths county court of the county,
of Alexauder In the suite of .lliuuia
rendered at the June term ol' -Maid
oourt, 1S77, nKin the application of Ihe
umlitrsiKiied, to mil the reiil proKTty ol' the
satatiof l.oult Nasssnnn, deceased, to pay the
ileliti si' Iht name, l.llarmou II. lila.-k, nfmiii.
leUalor de bonis mm of Ihe estate 01 liuin NM.
sanno, late ol' eatd county dteeased, will sell ut
public vendue, on the .list day ol July, A.i).,
Is" at the f'unt door of the court house in the
sit af Cairo nt two o'clock p. in. ol said day
lothe htirhestnnd lies! bidder, to pay the debit
of said Loiiii Nastannii, deceased, the lolluwiug
deaorilieil realeatate. to-wli: l ot einht () In.
btock leventeei (IT), in the lit st addiiiun the to
plty ot Cairo, situate in said county and stute
havinv thereon a line two story brlr.k hulhlinu
siUplerl lor htiinws ami reeidence. 'Ihe mud
property ;will be eold ithsolutelyind nee from
any iaeuinhrance, incliidiiiK the the widow. s
tlower, which will be released to the purchiiscr
without fnrthtr ciitisidemtlon. Terms orsHle:
that thousand dollar inl one-Sal ful stirpltn to
be cash in hand, snil the balance In six t t
rrom ime of tale. The tlcierred payment mint
baaeideaoedbyth) iim'luuwi''s nolo drawlnir
lilt par rent Interest with wrsontl lecmity,
?. ,mrs(re upon ths premises sold.
Datsd June .-iia i;j.
Administrator do bonli non of the estate of
Louis .Vssmuuo, did
.'ybrnir prol (.e-. i'.i.,i it f
I. I10I.' i.i
(I W Oil '.UlI, iH,In.;i.-
oiv: trie ..itietil Iioiii id,- p-iol
'iy lineprmhle from a 11.1t to
f a .' i. . ..111)
,i:ul a prut r.icicO
II to till
a - r ami . rwun,
ul 111 phi
....... in mi ijjy ,0,0 V
iror to lmt!i 111
,.1.1 Jtf I lo 111-
ttu.l, . will lie a. It . dat by CO ll etritl !e.a!t
A. LOWER, M. D.
-trvi't, bi'lwccii V:s-liintui! atcl W ilunt
A li:o, II.I..S
iron to 1 "nil.
Hot Sin in,,'s watt r but I.Ij
'.iiti iiis .luiv. siiiii ih;:.
lir tt eu m I i. A 1 .'. 11... .
sat ts niiur 1 ell iMi'-tetl ill all Ihoe
and f.a'ienta 1111 v re v utmn htn Inii- ,...
Dr. D. ARTER,
Ii H ..-.lion
Transient RateH: $1 50 Per Eay,
Weekly and Monthly Board
era Accommodated nt
The Crystal Saloon
Billiard Parlors -
in t ,
ir,-li,n w til
the l.atht Style
wrl'i tiie lo e-t
Mixed Drinks Made
17 St. Cbarlei street, St. Louis, Mo.
MtMM il Hit ivMil mauai 11 r tu VtDeraL Seluid
eudlluronie liuoaaaa u. tay tr rh.wiuiHlSb
iaiio, ttuiy ptvtt ii, tat til til ratittau tram.
yph'j'S, Qaaerrhni, Gleet. Strietara, Or
enHia, Heran, or Rupture, ill Urinary Oiteiiti
snq Syphilrtio oe mercurial affection of the
taeeat. tkia op ban, art trmud with napru.i4
m ! Ukw teitwiot pntdolM. Stftly, hn..i...
Mrmaterrhoe, Seaual Debility aad I m pot
ency, at ikt retail r Stir wtM la ytutb, ttlatl tiowtt
lnaunrtryatrt,ortUw ttatat, taS eblcS prtitttdt tnnit
or iLt Miowitg tfftou: auvouaoctt, atoUntl ttblMltr,.,
trtiatv.tlKawttriiftil, S.rton oi.nry. pimplct oa Uit
r. pbytictJat;,trwii" utorWlorreaii.M.t'u.ra
tr itttt, lott tettiuol pottr, tta., rralriif marriact
unpropafftriinnappy,arimuiB.oiiy rnrM. r.mpi.,H
im paMi rftMlog lo um ttwn, tMil la ttiiS to.tl f.
tow potugt tttoipt, Ootuuuuoi tt taict r bf omU
vm todl&rltod.amcodlyuUorfauaelBlaa vant toik.ti,
Wftca H It luoMvcfeMbl tt flail Ui elty tor tftumtbl,
enotnw tta bt trol y tiprtit or mil ertfrhftt. Cor
tell tutt latnalMS. brrttouM til.lt II I. frtaUr tUlM.
oattaturtisa.ii.toir.a. suaiujt, n m.bi r.a.
PimphJet, to iny iddrsss, fee Two Sisnip
MANHOOD Ml g?&S5Jf
Sent ualed, all three, tor SO Ceuti.
Manhood and Womanhood ia flermtn, both
togtthsr, llluatnted, IS Centi.
MARRIAGE ! AL.
pffiis. ! GUIDE.
atlMuit cloth aad gilt bladlsff. iUd for OOo.
Ovtr ifqr wvta-lerfui psju lttrM, uu to ; iruilnoi
lb foUovlif tutu; V.L mmf anirry, vtM Dot. vbf.
Pf(W 141 W msrrf, WtMvarrrflrtt, iftaboosl, WomaaV
litod, fbjtietl 4Cavr,' Tt ttru of ovnzty sutd tioett;
T ho sbttu Id marry , Howliftsurd bivpplMMiuy tw laomW.
Tb Pbjikrlttcy of BeroduoUoA, ftotj mmy mora, JbnAt
ttavrr14orowitnnpUi4nf mfurUstKnldrMd It.
Aflor ilfLni( Lirwitlosx 1 4Jirt tVua bum sua u vll tf
abvrsj ooovlctioo, II ougbt M b rm.d by sUl svdnU ptjrsoBi,
ttaa lOOkod Up, Dot 1V4 wo4orlOt,MltUoriaf
of ird.0. U oontaiug th orrotn of medio, liter
4lhirofUiouKbUat&r(nl tn tofitanslvt praeUe,aod worth
to kuf on mia wUl ftra it ft owrftfui ptTUMli Uu UxnM
Its W test LSI-
Popular stUtloD, nm u tbm. but paptr eoror, pa 11,
00 oent by mail, CtisftpMt tood-guido lo Aiaona. k t
iUMf kWdrtW. WWlOtlUI KJMUs,
617 St. Charlei street, St. Louis, Mo,
617 St. Charles Street,
Treats all fi.rms ,l Vencral llneusc, Semi,
rial Kmiiuns ami .Sexual llebility, with
unparalleled succrsn. No matter who failed,
call or write; pamphlet or consultation free,
(.'an refer to the medical profession in all
liarls of the Country.
W. II.'.MAHEAN.M. D.
Komcopithic Physician ad Surg..
Ofllco 130 Commercial Avo.
IP-l-lm Cairo, lilii oit.
Spt-ciul iittetilion (.dvin to the tmitniiMi
t nninic tM.eupen nml iliMtanes tieciiliar in
999 ' ' be "-T "tny sgen
T. , every Illlilllll in the liiiHiueia we
fiirnish, but those willing lo work am easily
eani a dozen dollars a day ri,rht In thr'r own liA
;umi.. nuTe no room lo explain nrre, Piui
vhiiii, anu nouuruiiie, iiottiru, lioys
.ml u-lrla il.. u.ll , . ..... .. ,J.
r., .n .... na nrll nn I,,,.,,, ,VB WI,, itiriUHh
you a coiiinlele outllt free. The business pbm
belter thun anythiag else. We will liear ex.
ueiiseofslartitiK you, Psrtlculuri frte. W
mil tea, farmers and iiiechiiuics, tlieir run
tnddauKhtcra.audallclHsseiin ol nuvinn
work at home, nhmild write to in and le rn a
Jbout t il work lit once. Now ia th. lira,
don tdeluy. Addreiia Tnfe ,t Ci, Auirmu
Uitllie. ' "
Aduiiiilatrator a oli.
Kstots ol John I'rult,', deccassd.
The uniiei'slgnsd having besn upMointed
sdminlHtrator of the estate of John ,(. raig
lata of the county ol Alsxander and state
of HUiiol, deceaisd, lieroby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court
ot Alexander county at the coin t linum In
CfUi'outthe AuuuHt term, on ttie third
Monday in August next, st which time
all persons bavins; claims ajraiust nald estate
as notilled snd reiiiusted to attend for the
purpose of having the same udiiisted. AI
pontons indebted to mid estate see re
uucted to make im nedlate payment to tho
Dated, this ar,ih tlsy of Msy, A. I). 1877.
tl AMK8 L. SSMbKHs'
Aiiininlsi ru t or.
ASK YOUR TIMER
Or hardwsre dealea fur the
Ne Standard Snamslcd Pre:erwins Kettle-.!
jtaiie nniy ny tno standard Manufaoturlne?
Co. Pittaburar Pa. Every hcille nado of
oatt iron, warranted antl guaranteed nsi to con
tain any lead or srtsnic or any other poisnnuu
mutter whgnever o-s-ini
DR. CHANDLER, F.R.S.A., ,
Lite Pnyiieian ts 8. Csorae'l snd St. BtHhol
miW I notpntrt, womiw, vh.viv. .
8b tliwbcth , stc.
After Hear of the moil M Mrlotn ri
flee an it nefl(lion, nwit aW A4 i
iraiiilral annllcatUin lit tratmtn
1 l in."" r
tr, A.M., j
mnniim of itatUHt: tiro. Chuiulltr,
If fi .onu, aiviriiK to the AmoricU
110 fe oiioieiHtr rmmrvtrnm in w.
titttrn and urouerfy. ths effltarit of ukltH
it ulrnteif in ths tofuntiimi qunntUy of
trutimonUtln, the tinaollfited offering f
tuU'rrlna and diicourngrri eetinti, trim
hnv not ohIu reoeleeri rmHf uud fceor14
vratn rieir ruiiliiiunl ear. but Mart turn
raditallff ewrent vf aUmmitt and chrmnim
complatntt, which haw brrn mdl-U1 ''(I
tut most CMtiNSM jMiystotans as njcie
77il inrompitrnhl TEPM ATTVE U
a powerful Af.lt.HATlVt:, TOSH', Vi
CHKllf; IUAfHOUhTlC,and AffHt
JiST, rombiitiiif rlrltm nthieh rrml
it invaluable and nenr-faUina, and 11
ill tuHtlnurd ute will thoroughly tradi
tale all ditattt of tho blood. It Uigrt
atient art of a purrly harmlet trtrat
lion, tho product imlhtred front rrmot
JCtiyptioM J'roeince. anil thtr tlur I
tho tllahtttt to Int of tli tot in the il
trm, it iteeer fall iit ejecting that dleeitt
through the tnedlum vf th ikln, or eat
falling it through tho many and eoi lon
ihanncl of the baily, thcrrby aUowimf
nnd, indeed, forcing alt the organ int
their proper normal and functional can
tilt Ion. A very brief tpaeo of time tell
convince any txtXent tiling it, of it m
doubted reliability and xconilerful eurn
iiee pronertte, it being, tM nuf netllntc
nblu, the rery arm ofmedient triumph
and the fjreutent dlteoetry of the prrtcn
age, iu the trtatmcnt of erery dicai
tchrre the btnod ittelf ie primarily th,
teat of the Iction or disorder, url, mi
til KOI' l: I. A and the thoutnnd and oni
caue that lead to thl terrible a 1)1 let ion
of trhieh all eleilited rommunitle art
tognitunt, for Hilitieal Truth ha Queri
ed thnt the " hint of tho father eiuli
eitit tern unto the third and fourth gen
trillions, " mid to IIKOKKJH-nOHN AMI
. rtLUI.KO COSSTlTlTlOJlk it 4s a
powerful rtjurenator, cauettig the wreck
vf man once more to mistiuj ths (jod-llk
form of innnhood,
tor t I TA XKO TS VISFAXFX, TRV- k
auv rusonuLits, coxstipation or
ntsTtynxf.sH, i.it tn ASit KinxnY
COMI'I.AIXTS, OtSEKA L A Xl . -Ot
It K HI I.1TY, H II E II Id J Tl hit,
ill.ASIH I.AH I.XLAItOkXMttiTH, EP1
1IIH lOHHOt H fAXClH, HCIUVV,
a ft-t:t riosH of run boh. jmh-
I.EXT ULVtltH, FEMALE tO.1l
fl.AIXTS (and to the gentler j it i a
LmiH ton sought for by sensitive, tuerep- '
Utile, and delicate females, as it take
direct artien upon their ailments) A XV
A 1. 1. hOlt.VS Of HHOSIV 1)1 .41:
IX H Hit II THK II LOO It IS THE SEAT
Oh THE TKOl Hi t, it is invaluable. A
perimranot with this reenedy will prore
a poiirle and permanent cure rat i
i'HlLLH and EEriJia and all MALA- m
it I A Ii POlhOXH.
Thousands of Testimonials attest the
truth of theto claims.
Price, One Dollar, in large bottle, or
U bottle; $B, mmmmm
f) ASTTiny i a snfc, speedy, an.il posi- (
(Ire cure for that most depretting ef ail
nenl,and a brief course of treatment will
restore the digettire organs to their pris
tine strength, and promote the healthy
action of the stomach and intestines. The
tierrvu. irritability of literary and all
persons pursuing a sedentary lift, ts
M uW ill. n.Amm.l I... J-. n , 11.
(s'tomacn is restored to health and the key
note of the system will once more respond
tn ttie )ierforinanee of labor. s .
l'rlce. One Dollar, in large bottle, or
i bottUi, $S.
BRONCHITIS AND LUNQ
Tii( iinov. w js.
A sUnht so-enUcd cold wilt efltlmr
lend to n serious cough, which, unenred
for or badly treated, must hare hut one
result-it must crtntumte in a settled ens
of HHONVIIITIS, or what ia worse, II, m
deadly COXSVM I'TIQX. To all luffcrin.t
from harassing cough, and expectoration,
T H AC U EOS offers a sound, reliable, and
permanent relief. It augments rxpecto.
ration, and enables the patient to erp,l
that terribly septic deposit, which, if (Vt
trllAout judicious treatment, must com
municate its poison to the vesicular sub
Stance of the lung, degenerating and de
stroying that most essential of organs,
and ultimates only in an early and un
timely death, IltACUEOX hits no euunl,
much less a superior, and its use will nut
only remove the deposit, thereby affording
Kreut relief, but heals the mmnbrane uud
er the patient in possession of health
tofaSi!' tr bott,e' ur ,u
. PILES. Hemorrhoids.
Unny muses tend to produce lht pain
ful and distressing state. The blond ts
retarded in its return t the tea frtnusut
te of drajitie purgatirrs tends to produce
congestion of the bowels, torpid action of
the liver, and numerous other tausc arm
the source of this complaint, and hithsrto
nothing effectual has been presented tn
the public, which would rapidly alleviate
symptoms and ultimately prose art effect
ive cure. In 1'ILQX we have a remedy
irfclrre tint only acts almost instantly, but
will remove the largest tumors of the parts
(I'ilcs) bu absorption, and many who
have received not only benefit, but hare
been radically cured, have been assured
(prior to using this treatment) by emi
nent surgeons that the only relief then
ever could expect in life, would be by ait
operation, mnd removing it or them from
ths body by a procedure which necessitat.
rd the knife. This remedy has been hailed
with delight, and is now prescribed bis
many practising physicians, who are cog
nisant of its merits, as tho vnhj known
sure cure for PILES,
for'w'Zb "J te"" PCr 'aclittt c rmij
T7TJ? alliorw BEMETitrH AUK
thorough in the eradication of the differ- A.
tmt and various maladies denominated.
nnd are the result of patient, searching,
laborious, and scientific investigation,
embracing o period of tnu nil yean, ii,
AMrop and America.
if the specific directions nm compiled
with, thousands of patients will bear wit-
ne. to tlwlr relative merits, and eorrob- ,
orate every assertion. Where there are
many eomplleittions of disease, and pa
tients so desire, lttt. CllAXUtLK will
be pleased to give all information, and
treat by tetter if necessary.
Heserintive and I'jwIaiaaiA,. ri-.. -
lav of tho above remedies sent on recelut
0'ta.mP'1f 8 I'ROI' 11 1 ETA It Y
MElHt:isiiH are not on sal at v"u,
partivular druggist's, tend orders
im Broadw.y,.Uew-York OityJ
37 Conrt Place, LOUISVILLE, KY..
A wulirlj HwiNM ua .,,,inl 1.i,.c(i ,J m
aperiuatorrUca onJ IinvoteucT
MlhunwiiK of ir In tick rMt..i m irn-
lnrtT fp.irs, nr ititt.-i - ii,-. .. i.n.i (h- u
iUiftlr ( Nftse,',-!,.-., Niviml ( t.. B,( iMlttllllfc.
"" ''v tttemi.i. L)ttin-s nt i, i,t, (t, ft, ttf Mn.nn ,
O'tltt '.'H ('iiii( trrn Uv, A.i.,.t, It i.llViunM
"' f !''. !- til fiMiu . I'.Hftr, .. r: .!.fl
ftiarrtasjr liiit.rH r utjrn; .)., lie tl.oniiLlir mul ruw-
,1, SYPKILIS H,l,,,,lre""4 a'"'''"-
j1't frnin in.' Rvatfui: Gonorrhea.
r. riltirtiirit tlntiiiia Hrrui.i. lur It.intutii
i't. iii.iutii-r .riMf Jt-ri ini. klt fill.
It ! wlf frMt-iil Um i v-iftiii ln' 'tinv htlnltttiKoo
In ll fcrtnln uliis nl ' HkM -. nl trrmiuil Ihtinatnutl simu
ftllr r.iHrit aTstnl "itll, ri airi-in lti.iisi tt.is tui't t(flv.t
oiiiirtt-nrl ;rni Iu int mn1. H it' ll t- I tli--liriitt iit U
tin- fUr fr trtsjiiii-'iii. l.it 'inn Ui at irU if .
Mfi "nfsjlf lr tiiitll ur t-viTrt iiiinrtien.
CnrA Onarnntued in nil Cum
nndortnkftn. u L ,
C H.'iitttti.ni int'titHf h ti'tttr fro gnil ItirlrM.
thiisji'i icttMHiiit'U- iikI t.on ari)Ul H'-ti itrtctlr titiiilnUitliaU
Of ttOHKCP, unit t nnr tt'Mr)s4, rmrlT ftir thlrtr
IrVtl (tflisiH. Hliotilil Ih M'm'I tiv til. Atl'lrfM .i.
UBn boun frut A. ii P. U, Huuilnis, I to p. H