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W are authorized to annousce sinnill.
tiers, at election to ts fceld Jsuvtmlier stli,
ItUi. ' ' ' ' - ' - -
JosKnt. chief of the ho'tllo Indians in
Idaho, will uot surrender without a lont'
and bitter Btrugslc. lie is now ri-inoviiiK
the women nd c hildren ol hU tribe to a
plat of safety, ftr accomplishing which
ha deolares his Intention to return and
fight the soldiers.
Ex-Uov. Moses, of South Carolina'
who U In the hands of a legislative Inves
tigating committee, as well as in lull,
has submitted some papers to the com
mittee which are said to show the par
ticipation of Chamberlain in many of the
extensive official robberies thnt have
been perpetrated In South Carolina un
der the carpetbaggers.
, Tii Army Appropriation.
W HLRK THE RESPONSIBILITY KOK IIS
FAILURE TO TAHi UELO.Nli.1.
The Quincy Herald says: "The Re
publican press la busy misrepresenting
the position of the Democratic house ot
representatives on the army bill, chart
ing that the failure to make appropria
tions for the maintaluance ot tho army
rests on that body. The fact is, the res
ponsibility ready rests ou the
Republican senate. The' fifth sec
tion of the bill provided that
the federal army must not be us
ed for political purpose in the southern
states, or any other states, an i with the
amendment the bill went back to the
Hcuate tor concurrence. Ample appro
priations, remember, were made for the
army, but because the use of federal
troops for sustaining carpet bag gov
ernments in the souin, was prohibited,
the Republicans refused to concur in the
amendment and the bill waj lost Air,
Field, speaking on the measure, March
3d, said: "
"Mr. Speaker, I appeal again to every
member on tb side ot the house to
stamp Us condemnation once tor all
upon the monstrous doctrine that the
president can use your army as he
pleases. It is your right not his, to
make rules for Its government and regu
lations. V'e hold tne purse strings; con
trol ot them was given to us lor this
very purpose. Else why the provision
that no appropriation lor the army
shall be for a longer term than two
years? No act of congress can
be passed that shall tlo up the hands of
this House. Let us stand firm. The
responsibility of an extra 6esionwill
not rest with us. It the Sonato chooses
to say to this House, "The tinny bill bhall
not be passed unless vou giv) tho presi
dent power to keep Packard and Cham
berlain in olllcc," then let us answer
liack, "hike that responsibility if you
The Republican Senate ilul take the re
sponsibility of delealing the bill, ami
upon that body it mu9t rest.
William Ulse, son of Hon. .lohn
Hiseof Chicago, was buried at Ottawa,
on the 3d ult.
Astoria, Fulton county, Is to have a
female physician who will wake cramps
Herds of cattle over in the eastern
part of the state are fullering from a
disease called "blackleg".
Too much fireworks on the 1th set
the Paris court house on tire ; but the
flames were extinguished.
Cole's sea-lion died at Tolouo one
night last week. It was packed In ice
and expressed to Cincinnati to be
The principal of the Danville public
schools receives a salary of $2,000 per
Senator Davis has been suffering
trom intlamed eyes at his home In Iilooiu
ington, but is getting better.
The Jollet Daily Sun says: "It is
expected fully one hundred saloons will
be licensed in Joliet this vear."
Work as begun on the extension of
the insane hospital at Jacksonville, and
on the addition to the deaf and dumb
"Doctors," who have no diplomas
and have not practiced ten years, are
"ruled out" by the new state law that
took eflect on the 1st of July.
A little girl named Kittle Kellar,
living in the family ot Mr. Witt, near
Iecatur, was last week stung on the
tongue by a bee, and died within fifteen
The Midland railway shops, at Paris,
which burned recently, are to be rebuilt
more substantially than ever. Citizens
of Paris subscribed $0,0ii0 for the pur
pose. Tramps, outside of large cities and
towns, are becoming an intolerable and
dangerous nuisance, notwithstanding tin
new vagrant law in this state.
Hon. A. A. Glenn, treasurer of the
grand lodge of Masons, has remitted to
the St. John sufferers, $250 on the order
ofthe charity committee.
A harvester wag found dead near the
depot at Waterloo, a short time ajo,
with Ida pockeU ritled. An empty vial
labeled laudanum was lying near by.
Kewanee was the flrst town to con-
Vict a tramp under the new vagrant law.
Peter Wiley was the victim, and lie got
tlx months iu the county lui1.
Jt seems to be generally conceded
that the legislature pasted the appellate
court act indue form, and that it is un
questionably a valid law.
In the United States District Court,
at Chicago, recently, Judge Rlodgett de
cided that the case ot the government
claim agalust A. C. Heslng should be
rjoo.S.3. Marshall, it is said, will
bn urged by Lit friends In southern Illi
nois as a representative man, either as
candidate tor Governor, or two years
hence for the United States Senate.
A woiiiiituan'ttl'iow wilt a pau ol-
tlhliwalor In Tuscola without scalding A
caiKli'lalo in a hack alley, who is helping"
a friend to uwwk a li:lo. Scwmon
-Mrs. John M. t.regoiy, vviic of
(iirgory, president ol the ItiiliMii'j
verity, ut Clmtnp; Ign, died i muUt
V V., on the 1st tilt., al-(,r j1U1U
IllnessVtf some ten year
-The sriuvlty ol m),y , commer
cial depression U 4 ,or,T(i olll 0f existence
tlio IhiOiigo 1tMo i,.,ram.0 Company,
which wan 'organized in Ni7 with 2.'"V
Farmers report that the ruts, which
iro now causing so much damage and
I' Voulik in all pari ol Central Illinois are
ol the migratory kind known as Norway
rats. They am death on young chickens.
l'roposals linve been invited for the
completion of tlio Douglas monument, at
Chicago, by tho Commissioners, an ap
propriation ot $50,000 haying been made
by tho State lor that purpose.
The Industrial University of Cham
nalr n has just received a collection of
200 varieties of birds, many ol them of
rare sorts, lrom Lieutenant Bacon, ol the
army, now stationed in Orego.ii.
While a farmer named Council was
unloading corn at Homer, the other day
his team became frightened by the car
and ran awav. Ho was thrown out,
and, alighting on his head, was Instantly
-At Lincoln, on July ILli.Capt. A. II.
Bognrdus undertook to shoot at 1,(UK)
glass balls in 100 minutes. He acconi
plisbed the task in 72 minutes and a Inac
tion, and broke all the balls save 27
There was a large crowd present.
A larin laborer named Thomas Daly
was drowned re cently while bathing in
Rock run, about three miles trom Jollet.
Daly was accompanied by three small
boys, none ot them old enough to render
him any assistance.
The Governor has pardoned Mrs.
Frances Murphy, a Champaign county
convict, who was convicted of larceny in
September, 1874, and sentenced to tho
penitentiary lor four years. The convict
is alllicted with an incurable disease, and
the pardon was granted for that reason.
In the United States Circuit Court at
Springlleld recently, In the case of Mal
colm C. Turner ei.nl. vs. the 1. 15. & V.
H. U. company, a degree of foreclosure
was entered, and tho road will be sold at
Bloomiugton lor the bonclit of the bond
holders at a date not yet decided upon.
THE BATTLE OF PLEVNA.
IsclKil. of I lie KiiNNinn limtter.
Terrible M'l-iit'H- A Line of WoiiiiiIimI
Kiibsihiik Steven in
ft, eui'N !' Kj I iii mill I'riftllnml
I.osin)N, Aug. 3. A correspondent
sends iioin J'uretliu, near l'li-vna, a
graphic ueeount ot Tuc.sday'H buttle,
wlueh conveys a vivid idea ol the extent
of the Kus.sian disaster. Tlie corres
pondent is with i'rinee Sehkoskoyski's
eoinniuud. llu suys : ''And now all
liopo ol success anywhere was deiui ; nor
did a chance oiler to make the best ol
the defeat. Prince Kchkoskoyski had
not a man to cover his retreat. The
Turks struck without stint. They hud
the upper liana lur once, and
were determined to show Unit
they knew how to make the
most ot it. They udvanccdiu swarms
thrush the dusk on their original lirst
position, and captured the Kussiun can
non be lore the batteries could be with
drawn. Turkish shells bejr.tn once more
to whistle over the ridre above Katlisko-
va and lull Into the village behind,
now crammed with wounded. The
streams ot wounded men, who, wending
their wuy over the bridge, were incessuut.
I ho badly wounded mostly lay where
they fell. Later in the darkness a blue
lul sort ot Kran Kuntracgcr swarmed
over the battle Held in the shape of Ilashi
liazouks, who spureU not. Linger
ing there on tho ridge till tho nioon
rose, the stulT could hear from
below on the still night air, tho cries of
puin aiul tlie entreutles lor mercy, and
yells of bloodthirsty, lunatic triumph. It
was indeed an Hour to wriug tlie sternest
heurt. We staid there to learn, if might
be, w hat troops were coming out of the
valley ol death below, were there indeed
any at all to come, The Turks iiad our
range before dark, and we could watch
the Hash of Hume over against us nnd
then listen to the scrcutn ot the shell as
it tore by us. The sound of tho rifle
bullets was Incessant, and the escort of
the retreuting wounded were often
struck. Det'iuhtnents at length began to
come straggling up, but it will give nu
idea of their disorganization to sny
that when a company was tolled
on 10 recover sutncwtiat or the
wounded in Itadlskova, it hud to
be made up of imm ol several
regiments. About 0 o'clock thu stsff
left the ridge, leaving It lit red with
groaning men, and moving gently, lest
we should tread ou the prostrate wound
ed. We lost our way as we had lost our
army. W e could find no rest for tho
solos of our feet by reason ot tha alarms
of Hashl BazoukH swarming in
among the scattered and retired lius
sianr. At length, at 1 o'clock in the morning,
ha.ng been In the saddle since 0 on tho
previous morning, m turned into a
stubble flcM, and. making beds of reaped
grain, correspondent and Cossack alike
rested under the stars, but we wern nut
evn then allowed to rest long, iicfnre
4 o'clock the alarm came that the Hashl
Ituouks were upon us, and we had
to rouse ami tramp away, Our
only protection. of what in
tne morning was live army corps, was
now a handful of weary ossacks.
urn. hi uurniT sunt worn in tne morn
ing that he had lost severely nnd could
make no headway, and had resolved to
mil imcK on tlie line of the river Osma.
There had tiecn some tulk ot his troops
being fresh and ol renewing tho attack,
lo-day, with his coHiperatlon. but It is a
plain statement ol fuel Hint we have no
troops to attack with. The most moder
ate estimate is that we huvo lost two
regiment, say 8.C00 men, out of our
thifo brigades, a ghastly number, best
ing Kylau or Friedland. This takcs'no
account of Ocn. Krudencr's losses. We,
too. retire at the Osma Klver, above
Hulgaretil, and to the boat ol our weak
strength to cover the bridge st Sletova.-
A.'tf ih tecum
dyspeptics, M Ion -lunrrer,
leiersnd ag-iH, Hit
tient, le w IU'7 recti
tr1 health, cheerful
spirits, and good n
pelitei they will lH
you by tilling Klm-
mtm't l.lver Ifeg-u-Istor.
TKKflllvM'Ksr. AMJ I1I.S1 KAMI.V MMi
ICINKIN TIIK Wfll'l.l).
Vor I'VM'ErSIA. (NSTll,ATIN,.luudlee,
I'ilioiiaatlMi-ks, SICK H KAUAI UK, ( ollu, l)e
Pirtiimnfll Spirits., SOI It STOMACH, Hisit
Hu n. I'll'., eic.
I In- ii iu i vullcil sioutUrrn Itentnly Ik war
rant"! nni In contain a r-artlcle of Mercury,
or an) ii iiirioua subitanee, but is
containing thane southern rnoti and hcrlia v. hirh
an all winy providence lias placed In countries
where Liver Hiacacc pn viil. It will mi ul)
nui'ii'cH rauneti liy ucrnngfrntnt on the livvr
Th Kymp'oma ol Mrer Compfiint are a liit
trr or had tiwtc iu thr inoulli ; Pain in the back,
Mka or .loiiita, olttn mmluki u lor ilicuma
tianii aiir etomncli, loan nl appstite, bnweli
allrrimtely coalive und la, hvail.ielie, loat ol
nit-m jry, wiln a painful sinnutlon ol having
fiiilril la do Boindbing which ouplil to huve
bn'iid jne, dehility, low xpirila, a thick yel
low appearance ofthe akin and eyca, dry
fimeli ullcn mialukin for conuuilliitloii.
.'ineiiiiifu many of these Timiloma attind
the ilii':ii.a, at others very few, but the liver, the
lin jrejt own in die body, in nenerally the teat
of ilnt'ae and if not KgulutiKl In time, (treat
Miiifiin, v, rctclieuues uouiji-.aui win en
1 enn reraiinmend as an efflcacloui remedy for
niHeaitemit me Liver, neuriuurn .ma nvsieitiia,
Mniinuns' l.iver HeKClulor. Litwia Windku,
i i h .iiatej Mtreet, Auidtuut 1'o.uuaaUr, 1'liil
" l e have testeil its virtues, pemonallv, ami
now th.it lor l)sninsl. Ililiounueta urn
'I h rubbing lleadaehe it it the lies I melioine the
warld ever saw. We have trieil larty oilier
reiueuin ueiore nimiuonii' l.iver Jtegiuator,
but none t tbein gave ug more llwn temporary
renei; uui me ueguiar.or not oaiy reuevtu
lllir Clireu UB. tD. JULKiKll'H JlVU MK8HI.N
i. all, Mucoii, lia.
Solium.' ia so iinuleasant. nsthinu ao comuion
ui bmt breath, and in nearly every case It comes
liniii I lie Moiiiacli, anil call be ao easily correct
ed if you will take Simmons' Liver Herulator.
Do not neglect ao sure a remedy for taisr.
puleiveMiiorder. It will alsj improve your
Appuiue, complexion, ana litneral lieallh.
This dibtreittins alltiction occurs moot fre
quently. '1 lie disturbance of the stomach,
arising from imperfectly digested contents,
njliiMUH a uv.r. it,, in in fl, . liuml. un.,.., .... 1... I
Witii disagreeable names, and this constitutes
What is oouolarlv knoft n ua hick HeuilHi'lif k'nr
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, It contains four medical elements, never
united in the same happy proportion in any
mer pi' iiuiuiiuu, aunc vnu in, a
nileritti tonic, ua uuexcepurnanie aiierunve
ml a certain Corrective ol all iiiuiiirities of
the boil)'. Micluigmil Hiicceas his atteuded its
lino, 'bat it la now regarded as the
As a Heiuedy lit
MVT.AItlOCH KEVKKH, 110 A Y.i, COM
PLAINTS, DYSPtl'olA, MENTAL HEl'Kf S-
kll V Hlf.H'l I.KNNNKKH. .1 A f M I III ' If. AIT
SKA, SICK HKAIMCHK. HI,1C, CONSTIP
ATION and Ul jlOl'SNKsS
IT HAS NO LlJl'AL.
Armed with this AN ITUOTK, all changes of
lt,mitp uitri u'&Ter nnll tnnil milv lie l'nu.,1 wliii
out fear. Asa Itemeily in AlALAKIlilJH
rhVKHS, BO'VLL CoMlM.AlNTs, 11KS1'-
.r.nn.r.an, .i.ii. i'ii tj, -mil ' n,
M iM Kil tl HKD DULY SY
J. II. Ell. EX,
Price -ft. no. Sold by all UiuggCtii.
Suitcof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit courlof Alexander couutj , seplnn
lier term, A. o. I si 7.
K'lmuna K. O'liiien vs. Edmund It. liurayhty,
Kuitene l.amKi.ty, .luenb II. Hurrnuti, ,li,ne
phineliHrus'hly, 11. slevin and J. blevin. 11111
Affidavit ol the non-rt Dutence of .Incob liur-
rnuitli, Kiiuene Uararltty, Ii. Slevin anil .1.
Slevm of tlie defendants above named, huvniK
I rti...1 :.. .i i; i' .1 l I. ... . , n
uii'll mc'llll luc imiict i . mi: I'lt-j o ,niu l.,ir-
cuit court of AlexHtiderconaly, notice ia liere-
tiyttiven to tne eatu nnn reniuent MelcndunlH,
Unit the complainant bar llieil his bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery aide thereof
on tne nrst nay oi Jiuy, A. t). i, , ami Unit a
summons thereupon issued out of aai.l coui t
BKainst said di'lvndanla, retiirnuhle on the
third Monday of May, A. I). Is77, an ia by law
required. And an ortler having been entered ol
recxird iu said court at the May term Is", there
of, that said cause stand continued, with order
of publication. Now, therefore, tinlein you,
the mild .Jacob II. DurrottKh, r.uene liuriifrlity ,
II. Slevin aad J. Slevin shall personally be and
appear hufore the said ( innil court of Alexan
der cmiiity on the II rt day of I he next term
thereof, to be boldea at the court liou-e in tlie
city of airo. iu said county, on the lirst .Mon
day of September a. v. IS77, and plead, nu
swer or demur to the said complainant's hill of
complaint, tlie same, and the matters and things
therein churned and slated will betaken as con
lesaed, and a decree entered against you accord
Inn to Uie prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
John II. Mllsiy, Complainant's Soltcitor.
Cairo, Ills., July bitk, A. I). Isi7. few.
All sutlerers lrom this cliwase
anxious to be cured should try Dr. Kiss
ner's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powders arc the only preparation
known that will cure Conumption and all
diseases of tlie throut and lungs indeed,
so strong Is our faith in them, nnd also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
will forwurd to every suilerer, by. mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your money until you arc
perfectly satisfied ot their curative powers.
If you life Is worth Having, don't delay In
giving these powders a trial, as tliey 'wil
turely cure you.
l'rlce, tor large box, fl. sent to my yari
of the United btates or Canada by mail ou
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
HUG Fulton Street, llrooklvn. N. Y.
Alinlnlatrntor a ;Noil(e.
Estate ot .lulm Cruig. deceused.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of John Craig
late of the county ol Alexander and state
of Illinois, deeeasad, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court
ol Alexander county at me eouii uouse in
Cairo at tlio August term, on me iniru
Monday in August next, at which time
all perilous haviug claims agsinst said estatt
as notitled and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. Al
persons indebted to said estate are re
uuested to make iin uedlute payment to the
Dated, this 25th day of May, A. I). 1ST7.
Jamks L. Hanhbhh'
Baggage Taken To and From the
rXOOm'an't ne mane tT every siren
www(very month in the business we
nirnisii, tint those willing to work can easily
earn a du.cn dollars a day ris-ht in tlie'r own lo
calities. Have no room toexnlain ncre. Busi-
aesa pleasant and honorable, Women, boys
and R Iris do as well as men. We will furnish
you a noninlcla otitllt free, Tlie btiniuess pays
betur than anything else, We will bear ex.
oenseni amriinir you, rarticttlars rr. W
tnd see, Farmers and mechanic, their son
and datiKhtvrs, and ail classes in new! of paying
work at home, ihoitld write to us and le.ru as
bout the work at one. Now la the tlnn
don't delay. Addiesa Thus A Co, Augusta
COURT HOUSE RAKFRV
(Twentieth Stieet Uppotlte Court flottse )
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
Tins In the oldest likery In the city, snd Its
proprietor 'loses, nu opportunity to accommo
date the pulill".
Iledelivers fresh breast twlee a day, when he
receives an order either personal or Utiougb the
lie bakes llotton llrown bread, ami all kind
of Cakes suitable fur Wedding leasts, patties
Olvehlmi dial. Ilia motto Is: ''The best
Of goods at tin most reasonable prices . ' '
ikitto (iiisilis houses.
!. Any businei firm can have three lines
paj f, in Ibis eoluinu tiib r appropriate heading
til M rate of CI fyl ia month er Sillier year
sj able iimrtnrly inacanc.
rzrz-,. t-ir :
llHnlnara, ft(v, anil Tin Wr.
A. HAt.l.KV- lesleni(iloves,'linand llanl
are, Caidenaad fartir' Ittipleinenis, Wire
mods, Refrigerators, I'limpa and Ijidders.
( ommcrcial Avrnti, liiitteringt and Job
Work done on abort ant e.
I, S. Met J A UK V-1 er i n luird and soft 1 tim
icr, floorlnf, ceiling, siding and surfaced
iiimhrr, lath and shinies, office and yard
corner Twentieth atreet nd Washington arcane
l.AN'CASTKIl ft KI K-Dealers in sah,
biors, blinds, etc., har and soft lumber and
hingles, Vaid and olht, Commercial avenue,
orncr 17th stii-et.
I. HAItTMiK liealcrinWuernswarc.Tova,
Lamps and all kiuds ol la'j artn !. l ommer
:.'ttl avenue, corner t'th strct.
WILMAM YVINTKK 'ixth slreit between
"!,'r.!lH.L!Yi;mi?Jlnj! W'higton avenue.
notliuiK nnd Men Inn t f ailoriiijr.
JOIIX ANTKIM Merchsit Tailor and dealer
In Ueudy Made Clothing. H otiiu Ivee .
Heal Kalitte Aceuclea,
M. J. HOWLKT-liital Kitate Agent. Uuys
and bells real ealate, eollcch rents, pays Uie
lor uoii-residsiita.eU:. Comjierciai ayeuue, be
tween Ninth and Teulhstrcets
f I lKLKTIIISTI.KVOf Hi
ll ( otton and Tubinwi. Kictors and pro
prietors of the tanners' Ibbtcco Wnrehoiiit'.
1: i .V U'T Coiiuuiiiercial A vetue
CASPKR YOST- "
Ueneral Korwnnling aid Commission
merchant, for die sale of Kara, Uunlcu, Ut
'hard and Dairy Produce. S'-Mihii Levee.
EA. WHKELOCK & co,
(ieneml Korwanliug anl Commlsalon
merchants, and dealers iu all Urns of V ruit and
Produce. 4 Ohio Levee. Consiuinients solic
ited, Stencils furnished ou aiipliuiioa.
ILUX0IS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
hi hxib witi
Assuitsi issnvt VS1UV
:20 p.tn. Fast KxpresH, arrivini; iu 8t.
I riii U fi'Ttlt n m riilfni'n T-Hll u n
120 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS.
Vliiljila J!' AST lilJMiU
errlvin'l n Cincinnati B-.UO. a.m.; Louis
ville, tcan, a.m.: intiiunapMH, 4.ir a.m.;
l'ussengers by this train arrive at above
OF iNY OTHER K0UTE.
l::!0Jp. m. Frist Mail with sleepers attach
ed, for ("T. LOUS umi CHICAGO,
airiviu; in St. Luuls at ti:llO a.m. Chi
cai;o at 4. 'lo p.m. Connectiii) at Odin
or Kflinitham lor Cinciiiiiatl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
f t.t"iei!t:er8 liy. tills lino (so throujrh to
the. Kast without uuy delay caused by
rtiB sATUuU.V i Ar 1 r.It.NOON THAIS
KlttlM CAIRO AltUIVKS IN NEW
VtiltK MONDAY MOHNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTUKlt KOL'TE.
AdvenUciui'iitH of competing lines Hint
tbey make lintter tiinu tliun this one, ure
arc issued either throti;li i'iioranuc or u
desire to niiHlcud the pulilic
For through tickets and iiilormatlon,
ipply ut Illinois Central K. it. Depot, Cairo.
TBAINS AHIllva Al CAIHO
Cxprens -:n, p m.
tail I . I 'a.ui.
J A S. JOHNSON,
(lcn'1 hoiithern Aj;t.
.1. II. Jo.NKS. Ticket Ak't.
the efl'ecta of errors and hIjiibch in
eartr inc. .lianuoou ittrttureil. im
iiedlments to marriage removed.
,New methwl of treuiinenL Nuw
unit reinarkaVile reiu-ili-8. Hooks
aud cii'culais sent Iree In sealed
leuvelopes. Adderns Howahd As
sociation. tl'J N. Niiitli st. Phila
delphia, l a. An nonunion hav
;inaa liiirh rehlltiltion tor Imnur
inlile conduct ami profeaiioual
CHANCKKV Mill tt'K.
Slate of Illinois cinmty of Air xundtr .
t.irctiit court of Alexuinirr i.ountv. h nte n. tr
term, A. O. 17".
hreilcrick riorameyer, vn. .lohn 1. Ilannan, Itok
ert Howe and Vali Hublile, HilKm ehancery.
Alniliivit ol tlie non-ri'MiliriM'i' ol liohei t II., .o.
and Wake llulililc of the ilrtrinlanu aliovc n.imcd,
having been filed in I he otln e of tl,c clrrk of saiJ
circuit court of Alexander romity, notice lit heretiy
Riven to the ulil nn-reiu!eiit tli.lend.intK, that the
ciiuiplamant Inn. fileil Ins ImII of ioniplaint in said
court im the chancery tide tlieimf on the 11th day ol
May, A. 1). 1H77, and that a Munitions thereupon
ivsucd out of .aid court ai;,,,risi sanl dtfcnd.ints, re
tmnahle ou the third Monilay ul May, A. I). ls;7f
as is by law required. And an urderer having; been
entcreil of record in niil i onn at the Stay term,
It. ,7, thereof, that laid cnii-e stand continued, with
order of publication. Now, then-fore, unless you,
the said Itobcrt Howe and Wake Hubble shall per
sonally be and appear brtore the s.i circuit court
of Alexander county on the first day of the neat
term thereof, 10 t : holilcn at the court liou-e in the
city of ( airo, in s..id county, on the tirst Monday
of September, A. I. IH77, and plead, answer or
ileiiiur tothe si-id complainaat s bill of complaint,
the sam', and the matters and tlnnns therein charijeil
and stated, will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered nuaiint you an onlmg lo the prayer o
said bill. JOHN A. KEKVE.CIetk.
Ml LKSY, LlMtOAN ,t I..SNliCH, Complainant's
Solicitors. Uiru, III,,, July tilth, A. D. Is77.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
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Estitle ol Timothy O'Cslluliun, deceased
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and Statu ol Illinois, deceased, hereby -jives
notice that she will appear beloru the
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court hsuse In Cairo at tint Aiiinmi. trm.
on the third Monduy In Aumist next, ut
winch time all persons havInK claims
against said estate are notilind and re.
tiiested to attend for the purpose ot having
the mine adjusted. All persons Indebted
iu sum exiate are requested to make imuie
diate payment to the uudersiirnod.
UsUd this tilth day of June, A, U. 1877.
BKIOlilT 0' UitiLKHAN.
CAIRO DRIVE WELL.
Atlloioug1! iU.o.liiy .oi.l ipndily ,in.ilsis by
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
it t in innatl MliffKicnlly es.,Vlihi s the fa. I that in all e"Sciitial incilii (iut) propentiss llie
WATER OF THE CAIRO JDRIVE WELLS
I: almt Identical with that of tie Famed Ret' Springs cf Man;::,
'I tie If rive Well Wulrr lanying I lie t.irltuii.itt' of it on ur ctietlybcilt iiropcjfie l.ut il i an hold In - i.
lutinn. ilrnce, liy heating; tins w .tier eiml ihrnwiii-j us v)t i hMinl w ith utioli n:elic.imi.i4 as (h.
in himl nitiy require, directly upon tlx body or the dccteincr) portion of the peiticmV we ar ilir-itiji itif
procc of ubirorptluii eiubleU lu produce all th cure that are rflci ted by the waicutj)" tlie J foi Npriitiii
tjiie-h.ilf the time and at truit one -half the expense reM:iiinj( the putient from the prul of a ott$ mi.)
exhtiMling trip, anil from the quackery, imposition und robhery iust'pcrable frmn a viiit toaiul a prolracicd
at the alorctaid Spritigi,
It is now conceded ihatthfte vapor rutin are tlie tiot thorrmh nnd r.tpid hhtdd puri fieri known lo i Kr
wrld. '1 hey remove liy aifrceable procMse-i nnd with wii.tiirin swiftrirs and rcruinty, A iinpurmei ii. h
i-very fiber and tiMiie ol the y.lem : re-luie fuuctiunal and ormr poucr.and in pU e of iftipain d vl.i.
iy, la-siiiiie and phyiiiil exhaiistiuii, give health, Mrenili ry and vig'r to bwth mind and UnU.
1 he'r rt.stomtive and curative powen are especially niadt- manile t in disease of a chronic h it if it .
Krysiprla:, Pruiuy, Ithf uniatisni, .Jatndir.e, CuUrrh, protraiicd I hilU ami J-cver,FejiiaIc rrtgulnt r-.
.Syphilis, scrufiila and all, ilme-inrs u' the "kill nnd blood.
This proceiK 10 pleah.nii and agn-eabic, and i always can 'fully adaptfd to the urengtU and net? I, ut
Having fitted comfortable rwn with all wedfiil :ippliaiirr.i patient can rely upon litirntivi', rautu ut
and tcicntidc treutiiKnt.
Lady patirntst, lur vhu ample provikion h.4 been i!ial-,'wil) be atttndtd b i:ompunt (einalr at'i-la ms
A. LOWER, M. D.
.s. r ;nnl UT 'JVntli htrt'cl, bi l wt'i-n Wa-iliinliin atil Wuliini
'IHO, II I...
Niiik. 'I'liis wniiU'f i-oiituins 'J:M jfr iron to 1 j,'iill.: lint Surini wnti-r but i. .f
to 12 xiillon.s.
CAIKO. ILLS. July, tli IH7,.
1 lisve this dy lea-eil my butU rooiiH umi lirtme to Ur. A.. Lovser, ol Hot Sprltltf",
Ats The li.irtiii' Imsliii ipetit severul ye ui st ll'it 'iiiiit' Is well imiteil In sll tlioe
(lisene to wblith the wsier ure upplieulile, und psiieiiis muy rely iijiod hU lung exprn
I'lli'fl ulnl iitteiitiiin
VITAL WIUKNEns Ult j M . I' It KS 3 1 S : a
weak fxhau,tcti feeling, no euury or ennrae;
tliereiiltcl .MKN I Al. OVKIt-WoKK. ISDfcs
l.KK'llej.NsoH KXt KISK. ursouie drain tin
tlie sys'em, in alwayn euriii liy lluitiitirvys'
lloiurujiu.hie SneelHe. Nu. w. It tunes nu ami
iiiviKii'4te tlie nystem, llliunrti, strvtiRth ami
ener ti'ii tlie ilum jmiI njuveiiiilfj tin
entire iiintl. Iteeli llneil :weuty yeitra with per
fect aucuess liy lliouunila. olil by Uealrrs.
I'rice i iersiiiKle viol, ur t'i Jier -.aeknge ol
live viuls ami tmI uf puwder Sent by mml
un re eiit of price. Alilre.i llLll'iHtKT'
IlK.MKtjI'Allllt; JIKll.l l.Sh l.ii.MI'Wl , luit
iiillin street, .S. V.
lor Scrofula, and all
tiK-las, Jto.e (ir St. An
thony's 1'iro, l.'niptiom
nntl "Kniptive tIisra.-iL'S
of tin; hkin, I'lrt raiions
of tlii: J.iviT, Stomach,
Kiiliit'y". Ltiiii!, J'ini-
Swm I v i intuit', iidiM,
4 I $ I'.li.tcli.'s'I'tiiunrs. T. t-
NlrJj'jr tor, Salt Klinim, SialU
Ilt'iul, Jiinnwiiiiii, I'li'rri, Suit',
i;iitniiii!ttiiHi, XiMiralLria, I'ain in tlio
lJoitc-i.Siili' ami 1 1 rail, l't inalc Weak
ness, Sterility, Liiiionliira, aii.in
from internal ulceration, ami ulrriinj
tliscase. Sypliililii' anil Mercurial tlis
rahrs, lliiipsy, llvniicpni;!, Kiiuuia
tion, Cencrar IVt'ilily, and fur I'tiii
fyiiiu' tlie I il ii H I.
vtL'etalile alt rial ivus-MilJiniu. Mali
drake, Yellow J'tu k with the Iodiilcs
(f J ' it ; u--i u i n aiul Jinn, and is the
mot clliraeiou medicine yet known
for the iliM.'ases it i-, intcnilcil to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully
ciuiilnucil that the full alterative,
effect of each is assured, and while
it is so mild as to be harmless even
lo children, it is still so etfeetual as
to iiune out from (he system those
iiiijnirities ami eorruptTons which
(leTelon iuto loathsomi! disease. '
Tho reputation it enjoys is. derived
from its cures, and tlie confidence,
which prominent physicians all over
the country repor-e in it proves their
experience of its usefulness,
C'ertiticates alteMint its virtues
liave accumulated, and art; con
stantly brill'' received, and as manv
of these eases arc publicly known.
they furnish convincing evidence of
the superiority of this Sursapiirilla
over every other alterative medicine.
SJo generally is its superiority to any
other medicine knowu that we neeil
io oo more than to assure the public
that the best qualities it lias ever
possessed are elrictly maintained.
V RHP A HUD EY
Dr. . C. AYER 4 CO., Lowell, Mass..
1'ractlcal and Analytical ChemUtt,
SOLD liY AM, DltL'UUISrS KVEltY WUKKB.
One tiling i now tliormihly eiitalilisheil. Never
iiv.c man .utfereil and luiinau aKeni.iet alleviatcil
pain, lu there been anything wlnih went solars'
a pain annihilatiir and curative agent as the Ontatir
l.lnctnents, 'these l.inements have within the past
year cured mure case of Uheurnatitin, Neuralgia,
MirTjuim, t'liked llrcusu, Swiillnt;-, I'ulsonnuii
llitrs, l.auie Animals, elc, than all uthei remeiWes
combined. As the name of Ontatir Imphei half
horse and halfman, thehe name the Centaur l.ine
nirntt are for man and henit. Hut nut I lie same
Liniment. 'Die White Liniment is for man the
yi'llow fur horses and animals. Herein thia
l.tniinent differs from other remedies, nMiouh
ome of tbe Ingreilients are alike in each. They
containtke well-known witch hazel, arnica, carbol
ic, rm k oil, ntrntha and other powerful Inircuienti.
Wm. H. Iliikox, reclor of M. .loh.i'n church,
Wakefield, Clay county, Kansas, wru I "Many
year have 1 been siitFeriiig from a weak hack, caused
frum a sprain more than 4' years ago. 1 have not
found anything to relieve tne until 1 commenced the
use of Centaur l.inement. 1 feel it my christian
iluty tiiinfonn you that by its wonderful etlects I am
oniircly relieved ol pain. January IWd, 1S( 7.
Mrsssrs. J. MoLlure A Co,, lirtiggttts, Cincin
nati, )., lays-
''I'eanisiers pronounce the Yellow Centiur l.ini
ment superior to any thing jhey have ever used.
We sell several duien buttles every month, anil the
sale is Iteaililv increasirv ''
These are only samples of thousands ulton tlious-
amis ut similar testimonials rearhuui ut every
month, All the ex .rets, embrocations, 'salves
anil ointments in existence are not doing one-tenih
the good which ii done by these admiraale Cen
taar l.ininiants. Kor frost bites, flings, "cuts. It' ll,
tall rheum, etc., nothing is like the Centaur Lini
ment, white wrapper. For spavin, ring bone,
Sweeny, wind galls, poll evil, scratches, elc, on
horses the yellow Centaur Liniment is equally,
good, They e certain in their effects, they are
pleasant to use, they are hsndy and they are cheap.
No family should Im without Centaur Liniments,
Iheyare worth one hundred times their cost.
.1. II. ItOSK CO., 'Ill ley street, New Vork.
a dny irnarsntwo itainir oi;i ,,
Auaeir Drills. i00 a nionui
paid tu sood A i nti. ikiiiri r tii k
Irea, Jus iuc" Css, St Luul,ib
Dr. D. ARTER,
Hud O'CllUTCiul AsfliUHi
Transiont Rates: $160 Per Day,
Weekly Bad Monthly Board
err. Accommodated at
Rated to Hint tho
Tho Crystal Saloon
Bill iard Parlors
Id ( ..i.- .ri'i n lh V ifip-an. In l urnUVd w.ih
v.r l.. ;'sl hiyie
i.i!i t ir tr..t
k'.d Ii "i t ;. I . .1
Mixed Drinks Mario a Spealall.
W TES MUD' PO WEE
Bcf n In icrnrral us? for twrnrjr rears.
Kverywhern pro red Uin maat mFK,
iin.i-, i;(oSoiii:4i,asl Kt-FIUK r
uirillrlnr known. Thry are juat what
l lie people want, saving time, money,
slrkneHit and anfTerliLs;. l.very altiKle
speeinr the well tried perarrlptlon uf
au eminent physician.
"V Cnrea. Cent.
1. Fevers, rntrertloti,lnl!mmattOTi, . . sr.
n. s Finiera-niirnill, Votnltlri;
i. i nmtiiK, t cifla, Hronchitis
H. rtirnla:la, Toolharhe. Farear he, . . V,
. Meailarhea, r-li k Ili ada.be, Verlliro. . It',
in. nypenila. Bilious Mi.niai b, . ... it',
It. Mippresmed, nr Painful I'erhids. . . . S.',
1i While, too rrufnse IVriodii, . . , ,
M ('roup. Couch, Jiirlinili Ilreathlnp, . .
14. Rlt Rheum, ErviK lu. Kniptlons. . 11
I. 'i. KheumatlMii, itb umnijc I'alns, . , r,
Ifi. Fever and Ai-ne, fhili leur, Aeucs, . to
IT. Pllesi. hllnd or lilei dinir, . . . . . . to
II. OphthnHlniy, and Sore or Weak F.yea, , to
19. ( ntarrh, acuis or rhronie, Influeaia, . 64
m M hiMplnsrl'oiia;h, violent cuughs, . 50
21. Asthma, oppressed Breathlnp, ... to
VI Far IHsrharsres, Impaired hearlni, . to
Vi. M-rofllln, enlarged Clauds, Hwrllini', . to
21. General Debility, rbyiural Weakaces, . to
25. Ilronsiy nd scauly Hwretlons, .... to
2H. hen-silehneaa, sicknen frumrldlnR, . to
2T. Klifney.lrie, liravel, mi
21. Kervnns Debility, VUal Weskucis, 1 uo
1W. hore Month, Canker, to
wi. I'rlnary Weakness, wetting-the bsd, to
si. Painful PrrlodH, orwlth Hpasms, . , to
32. lilaeaae of Heart, Baltiitations, etc. . 1 ou
f3. Fpllepjiey, Spaems, tit. Vitus' Dauco, . 1 ll
at. IMphinerla, ulcerated sore thrnaf. . . to
35. hroulc ConKrist inns and Kruptlons, to
I af, Morneen. with above 33 larsrf Tlals spd
Manual of directions, 110.00
Case Morocco, of 20 large vials and Book, 4.00
These remedies! are sent by the rase
tlnRle n( or ylal. to any part of the
country, free nf charge, on receipt af
Ciliko and l)fNt, Wi Knlton St. New York.
For hale by all liruiticlsts.
UT Humphreys Specillo Minusl on tha
care and treatment of diseaM and ltd curs,
snt FREE on 8rr-ation.
rermunetitly curcil do liuinbug Dy one
niontli's i&ge of Dr. (ioulurd's Celebrat
ed Fit 1'owtlcrn, To convince eutlsrers
that tlii'ne jiowilers will do sll we dalni for
tbem, we will send tliem by mail, post
palil, a Iree trial box. As Dr. (iouluril ia
the only pbyhician tbut bas ever made this
iliscasu a special study, and us to our
knowledge thousand have been perma
nently cured hy the imo nf llie powd -rn,
we will Kiiar tiitee a permaneut cure in
every esse, or rcltitul you all money ex.
fended. All sufferers should give these
'owders an early trial, iiinl be convitireil
of their curative powers.
Price, for lame box, :1, or i box- ioi
flO, lent by mail to auy part ot Ui Its. I
StatesorCanada on receipt of price, ot ly
express, C. 0. 1). Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
:IU0 Fulton Street. Ilrooklyu, N. Y.
Mother- will have rest and their liable may have
health, il they will use lr. Fitchcr's Castor.ia lur
windcollc, vorm. feverishncss,sour mouth, sroup or
stoniai be cmnplaints. It iv entirely a vcfelahlt pre
paration. and contains m-iibtr mineriil moiphine,
nor alitihol. It Is as pleasant to take as honey,
neither Kails nor yripH, aud ia superior to any renie
sly in rxisience.
Ur. K. Ilimnch, of Dupont, Ohio, says
''I am using Castoria in my prat'tii: Willi the
most signal results, and lind il a perfect siikalilme
'Ibis is what every one ,ays. Many nurses in
Nework use the t asiorl. Ills prepared bv
.Mrssrs, .1, Hose Co., uccessor, to harauel
Pitcher, ,M .
efTA DDI A tT" C ii"ou'iIiJl
OijUillJ 1 Oi WJtwis
alikind of Diseases, with huntlmls ol valuafast reeeiyaa.
vhoiliould niarrv.the iinhnliHienls M -narrian, tLwIr uS
lure siHleaw. Trralsou all llisrasei, hilly espWsIni Iheir
caut... lyitiirtomsanil niea'is liieura i Mliihsualr reallr
rifiitin'? nrk untie klndevrrpnullsh-d, aiul Iseoinultto
In v.r)r re.pri't. Bent siMtirrly seatnl un reovlpt ol M eta.
AdilrtM, Its. C. A. BoiiANsaN. sit Hank FiaS stnX
,, rn, norm i one, . , ar,
S. I rylnsM'allr, or Teething of InfaoU..
i Itlarrho-a, of Children or Adults, . . .,
S. Ienlerv. (irit)iDL'. union, c.lie. . . -.