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i .4. 1,1 ."' A.--.-...! !.i annAM,.- the kwlue I
b ' 'l. IlJrnll candidate I'Uiniy Pui'- "
IV re uthoii.ed to won' U'", s;. Yc":"l,n
otUn a v..d)al fo. die "Uu.? uf ,.uii my
'" Hi Nowwt r, 1(7?.
Wcarc authorized to aiusounce llciiry Planeil nf
Thelie. pnuKt, as a candidate for Couiily (. Ink .it
tli eleaUoa to be kej" November 4th, IfTT.
To the RUtarof the Carmi UrttiTi n :
PleaaoaanoinMeihat w an independent tjm i
data foe Bus Ottko ol county clerk uf Alciandir
county, t th loioi) K he Jeld in .Wnibcr
next. " ' J.VMfcS W. SlhW All I .
We ere ""autlifrrUed1 to announce Pattuiol J.
Hiuura M candidate fir tlieetflcii of County
j ClwaalUia election w ttld. Jiovepibcr ttli,
. Wlu.. Jt.:' - v!
." ''weMtwtiociaedioennouuia J01"' p- "llv k
a candidate for lhi oflic uf county clerk nt Die
WwtkmW tM tieW Neeember th , 1T7.
J 1 v .......,. -v 1 ' i . ' i r, ,. i .
-ii bs. tfl rm ai lias an'lvec
to serious as tt cause the greatest anxiety
, mpng Ms Waa. ' AU flay Wednesday
i and Thursday his ootidition was consid
. crcd critical, and Ws physlciaoa refused
to leave his bedside To bear ot Us
death need not surprise nny one.
Tthr state officers that is Gov. Oul-
' joBU Attorney General Edsull and Audi-
tnr Needles, have tiled lutir report
V the location of the Southern peultentlary
at Grand Tower.' , They disapprove the
itoUonot the commissioners in locating
. the penitentiary at that point, and have
referred the whole matter buck to them
to seek out o new site. The reasons as
signed by the. state officers lor their , ao-
' tlon in the premises will be found in an-
other column In this Issue or the Br,-L-mix.,
The 'great nittjorlty pi people
down this way believe Grand Tower to
be the best point tHat could have been
selected for the penitentiary, and the
- grounds upon which, tuo state officers
basetheir objections to it will not be
1 considered weighty. But wo suppose
there H no alternative, and the decision
of the state officers will have to be taken
as final. A few people in and about
. 'gnrinipfield have said that It should be
so. and the peoplo of this portion ot the
torn tvUihava to stand It. 'Twaa. ever
thus. ,v ' '
rrm -'drA iHntid Ackenuan of the
- Pulaski Patriot la aU wrong. He is
'evidently all out ot sorts and has come
' to the conclusion that tnero enau do -do
. poaUclnlt.', - What the matter can ue
we do not pretend to know, but of the
i'fact that the old man is all wrong there
. can be no doubt., TUu last Issue ol the
Patriot proves this beyond question.
On Monday last: the republicans of
1'ulaskl county met in delegato conven
tion In the court house In Mound City
and nominated a full ticket of out and
oat Republicans tor county officers; and
, the Patriot, boing the organ ol tua party
In tho county would naturally be ex-
.i ton in tlin snnnort of thfi
But it don't do bo. Ul all the good and
tnttrpRtinsr readine in tho last issue of
that paper there Is not one word, editor
lally, about the Kepubllcau convention
or the ticket nominated. Jrroniims wc
"take lithatlhero Is trouble in the Ke
t.ubllcan camn In rulaski county, and
that the Patriot has resolved to kick our
o.'the traces'. 'Ackcrman is oft", and it
will be necessary for the managers of the
machine to whip biiu back into the party
harness it they can. In times past the
Patriot has labored faithfully tu the inter
est of the republicans ot l'ula.-ki county,
and never once laultercd in its support
Of Its nominees or the measures put for
ward by it; but now there is some
thing wrong, and the Patnut has evident'
ly determined that there shall be "no
pollUcs in it" this fall so far as it is con
cerned. W hat can tlie matter be ?
v" They Bcfiuie to Concur.
IHR ITA1I OFFICERS DISA1'I'K0V TUK LO
CATION of Tub sotiuiiii.v I'E.virKN-
TltRY AT GIU.ND TOW KK.
"Sprlncfield, 111., August 23. The
state olllcers this morning convened to
consider the report of the Southern l'cn
itentlary commission, and ret use by a
unanimous vote to confirm, the report
selecting Grand Tower as the site for the
new prison. The following Is the re
port which will be presented to the com
To tut Honor Die, ttit Comniiuioucra of tin
QijrriiMJtx: Your report of your
selection ot location and site for the
Southern Illinois penitentiary at Grand
Tower, In Jackson county, having teen
submitted to the governor, - auditor ot
public accounts and attorney general, as
requirea Dy taw, lias received our care
lul consideration- We have visited the
place selected. Our experience in exatu
loing one place ahd weighing its advant
ages anu uisauyantages, gives us some
opportunity 1 to understand und
appreciate r - the . - labor you have
penorinea , anu uie uiuiouiucs vou.
have encountered lu your tflorts to select
iron all thole named .and visited the
place which most nearly complies with
tuo requirements ot the law, when per
haps in the lulleit sense no one place
uoes 'toicompjy. in winuioiciing our
approval and 'confirmation of your
enoiot jor tne reasons given Dclow, we
act with great reluctance, because we
Ptl that you 'have' given tho hubject
much more thought and consideration
than we have louud lime to do.
y tt'a RrateluUy acknowledge tho kind
ns wiiU which you 'have refponded to
id! our inquiries, and placed at our Hgi
potM all your sources of InformaUon.
"bile the evidence Is satisfactory that
Grand To wens not n unhealthy putoe
we do not behave that any loeaUou on
bottom land can give the brht wiltnrv
oondiHOM for a etas p roildeiits nbsolu
tely. tlubarred lront change nf air and
f xtended out door exercises. This nceiaj
to be the reason ,. why . the luw
makea 'elevation" one of the prer.
tmlsltea to t particularly conaldeml in
making the location. , Ue have arrived
at UMOoncluskm that condition of
ettratlon !n1he aewe in whMi it Is tivd
In the raw U ubunt at Ui xml Towel,
lhciu lo a conflict of evidence
whether the particular simt sf lertedl.T or
Is not aluivcjHll ilanger ol ovei flow by the
high water ol tho Misflssipp; rlvur. The
preponderance ol pvidence Is that Ills
above the highest water of which w
have any nccuruto record, but thcro n--mains
room lor apprehension that this
place may nt some tliun be below high wa
ter or that at extreme high water it will
be so nearly overflowed ag to seriously
interfere with the draimize of tho prison.
' Tho following consideration hUo wo
think should have some weight. In order
that the pei.i'.i'ntiary may not be a finan
cial burden upon tlw state it is necessary
that it should be situated to insure letting
the labor ot the convicts upon tho most
advantageous terms. Us proximity,
therefore, to sotno treat businc- cuter
is deemed an important cou.-nl. uilon
which we do not think is nlimarely
nu t by the location named in your re
port. For these reasons wc are unable
tn confirm t ho location of the Southern
Illinois Penitentiary at Graud Tower,
and remit the whole subject tor your
further consideration. Hespeetfully,
isizncd.l S. M. Ct'LLOM,
T. 1J. Xkeolks,
Auditor r. A.
J. K. JinSAix,
It Cnniiol bo Forsotlau.
However one may have dill'crcd with
the views ot the Now York Tribune,
there has always been some satisfaction
hi noting tho uniform dignity and
courtesy with which it has treated all
questions at public issue, it is with
regret that we observe a late tendency
ou the part of thut Journal to grow red In
tho rmv nml Indulge iu Linuac closely
allied to billingsgate whon tho subject
of Hayes' title to bis olllce is mentioned.
It has inspected democratic platforms,
and finds, to its indignation, that that
party, embracing a very largo majority
of the Amcrlcau people, does not intend
to let the country lorirct or condone the
usurpation of last March. This seems to
touch its sore soot, and in an article of
halt a column or less, it uses, with slight
variations, the ancient epithetical vul
garism about 1 'sitting back on haunches
and howling." It is easy to lancy the
Imperialist journals of Franco using
this same rained argument toward the
people, if them wore any, who raised'
the voice of protest alter the roup Wttnt
of lS.'d. It is not difficult to fancy them
trying to past the peoplo In somo such
words as those of tno Tribune: VTlie
whole land cries lor measures of practi
cal benefit to trade aud industry, but the
masses sit themselves down on their hind
lees and howl because the jrovernuieiit
has not been lelt in the hands ot those of
It Is not well lor a peoplo wnen moy
can be jeered out ol the expression ot
iiieir ouinions. ii mere was any lesson
In the vventot 1851 and the subsequent
tame aciiulescence ol the people, it Is the
lesson which the rulers have learned
that it is safe to do such things and that
they will be forgiven. This Is already
almost openly proclaimed in France and
the Dlotis working to soon repeat the
usurpation then so signally and so per
maneutly successful. The lesson will he
repeated here, too, and Improved
on. unless there Is a sustained
protect and an unlliuehlns:
expressed determination that It shall
not be. Tho people owe It to them
selves, alike tho voterj ot both parties to
6ay that no other attempt shall ever be
made to wrest irora mem ine results ot
their ballots. It is no matter that Have
has sought to nttonc for his crime against
liberty ; it is no matter that every step
he has taken w itu regard to restoration
and reform has been in strict conformity
with Iho platlorm and policy of the
people who defeated him lor the
ofllco ho holds; it's no matter that he
lias been able, by dividim: and weaken
Ilia- the nower ol the oPDOsitlon partv,
..wOuu.luu uiuio i'ciiiucraiic ivoriv lli:in
the man who was elected and cheated
might have done; there still remains the
fact that it was a i-riino against suft'erasrd.
anu is win not ue torgotten. The Ue
public win bo )u danger when it can be
said thut they easily overlook these
tilings wnen once asoomplishcd. fin
'flic Houllieru feuttentlarj .
W11V THli COMMISSION SKLKCTKP (ilUXI)
TOWHIt AS THK SITK TOO Mt't H CI.AT'
TKlt IKO.M TI1K Ori'OSITIOX.
From the .State liegister
1 here is a little too much clatter
against the location of the .Southern pen
Herniary at U rand Tower to . be strictly
honest, lor while it will happen that
each person may havo his hidildual idea
as whero the prison ought to havo been
located, a great many seem to forego
any Inquiry as to how it was u be lo
caud One of the primo conditions imposed
ou the commission was that ot fixing the
location lu strict accordance with tin la w,
and this fact struck Alton, which is in
comparably the best location, on all ao-
couuw, out oi tbe list, before a simile
meeting of the bourd was held. The hue
provided that the sita snould consist oi
not less than 100 acres ot land in a body,
and while tho letter ot the law might
have been complied with bv a locntu.ii
at Alton, the spirit ot the law would have
ocen vioiateu:ior it Is known t int tnu
clauso was labiicated lor the express
purpose of preventiuir tho state trom
enjoying the advantages which a location
ui aiiou wou.u Rive, xins clause was
arranged by Senator Krorae, of Madison
as the representative ot the Alton people,
and its adoption bv tho lefflslutn rr u'iw
effectual. Next to Alton. Gralton rma
sessed the greatest number of nntnrni
advantages, but unfortunately, it is
almost Inaccessible for the central and
southern portions of the stale. VV Ithout
any rail communication at all, it lies
above that portion of tho Misslssinnl
which is always navigable. Tho law
which sets forth ncrp'itual water nrivil.
ejte as one of the pre-requisltes lor a
location, confined tho board in their
choice to the line ot the Mississippi river.
Acting on this theory. Chesu-r Will
considered us a location, but there were
dillicitlties which seemed nlmost fatal.
Thus tho board was at lust driven
to uio exuuBivo consideration of
uranu lower, una has located the pris.
on there with the almost certain approv
al ot tne nan officers, or this location,
It may be said that It Is more accessible
uj ran ur river man uraiton. and oulte
'ni milnh M a. 1. 41... ...... . . 1
.,, vunitr, is posseises
aii wie advantages lor inanuiiicturinir
n'lilnti on n .niit.inl.Mi.n!.. ...
. V, J oi mono, coal
and timber aflord. and Is the tmint
where the coal of Illinois and tho iron of
Missouri meet, a iarco wart nt tim
jrooua manuiaciureu at tno prison, such
as wagons and agricultural Implements.
wuiiiuveuiu ueueiit oi tno .Nnutin.rn
market, which Is certain to be
capacious every season for ninny years,
it Is urjred that the prison at lirand
Tower will not command the St. Louis
market as would a prison at Alton, hut
at St. honls prison products Jrom Jefl'cr
son City would be found In competition;
and, In any event, the river from Grand
1 ower to Ht Louis U open much longer
...,.,.M,t,ulj1 w Aiion, or
(.rafton, to St. J-ouls. still, tho St.
uiaiari, unuur any oirciunatancH,
eatmot bo considered as valuable as that
ofipred by the line ol the southern Jl la.
JIM ppl, with at present only one prison
on Its banke, and that at Baton Kongo.
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Kttional Bank Building, np-sUlri.
?h Oldaat KaUbllahed Atnoy in South
rn IlUnolii, repreaantlng ovir
165 000 000
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stove
Jobbing Promptly Don.
IW til H&l Hg8
St. Louis, Mo.
IU03. A. BICE, A.M. I.
US. RICE, A. M.,
J. H. HUBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Oimiiltte, Thormiirh an-l rractioa
I'.ourw! ot htuily in llm L'riiuil Mute a
RuiirKv inillsprnniblc l rwry yniinjr rutin m-
Ull. lliK"H In ft.i u 111-.
I'or ,'liluitratbd Circukr,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wh olesale Grocer
Anil Dealer In
1U. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
rEC.ALattentlot Riven to consignment J anil
fill Ina onlrra
W HOlCduie Ichili in
OfUca, Corner Twelfth
ICE by the Car
packed lor shiiijilrj;
Load or Tou Will
Kstata ot John Cralir. deneasod.
The undersigned having been uppointe
adtnlnlHtrator of the estate of JoIju Cral
iiiM-oi ina couuty ut Alexander and ntute
ui Illinois, deceaaed, hereby (jives notice
that he will uipear before tho county court
ui .mrAuiiuer cuiiniy at ma court House In
Cuiro at the August term, on the third
Monday in Atnmt next, at whii h timu
all porsons haviug claims against said estate
no uuimuu anu rt)iucsieu to attend for the
Burpo!.c oi navingtne name ailiusted. Al
Pel-Bonn indebted to said estatn am r
quested to make im Mediate payment to the
,. Dated, thin 2uth day of May, A. D. 1877.
JAMES li. SANDERS'
Estate ot Timothy O'Cullahan, deceased
The undesigned, having been appointed
adminiHtratrUt of the etate ol 'rimothy
O'Cailaban, late of the county of Alexander
aud Btato of IUIdoIh, deceased, hereby given
notice that she will appear belore the
couuty court ol Alexander county, at the
court neuse in Cairo at the August term,
on tho third Monday iu AugiiBt next, at
which time all pcrnous having claltnii
againai aaiu eaiaie are notilied and re
imested to attend for tbe purpose of having
the aame adjusted. All persons indebted
to aaiu email) are requested to make lmme
uiuia paj meal to me uuneraigned.
Dated this lllth day of .lunc, A. i). 1877.
C-21w6w 1 Administratrix.
Kitate of Biidgot Clark, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
auniiniairator cum Tentamento Annexo
of the estate of UrUluet Clark, late of
i n a uuiidiv oi Alexander and
State ol Illinois, deceased, hereby
uumvo .ii. uw win appear ueiore
the eounty. court of Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at the October term
on the third Monday iu Oct. next, at which
time all perwna having damn against said
ie uuniiBu aim rcquenA-u to attend
iur me jjurpoae ot Having tlie same ad
jiiNted. All persona tndepted to i-aid es.
ru reijuoMBu roiuiiKe lmtBedlute pay
nicnt to the uadersigned.
Iated, this itlut day of August, A. D,
1877. AI.MKD COMIXUs. Ailm'r.
wGt. Cum Testanieuto Annexo
svunsiiiiiminn, tiuit sconrtre nf hiinianlly, is
...v uiwi u, uio umnau lauiliy, in a 1 civil,
1 feel conlldent that I am in poaaNsion of tke
only sure, Infallible remedy-now known to
ne protesslonlor the siwiify. positive cure ol
ito.ll.,l'lv1lf,.UUir,'l,"'Ul!'iai llronclilUs, Ner
VllllS llebllltv. etc. pi,.. I ..n ..l.i ....... ' c.
liUTc in medicine. lwenty-vle;ht years' eaiie
rienes as a busy tiractitinnnr in ih i,
.'iii,iuu niiiww iii ineniu anil new World,
has tauglit me the value of proper mnllca tin
both local anil conslltutlonsl In the our" of this
real rneiny of our rat. I bare found it Hut
am diirressslnir. I aiarled out tn m th.,..
.iiiieriiia wiin coneiunpiion or any of the above
maladlea, that by addreesltn mo. jtlying symps
funis, tliey shall be put In possession lotlin
eas uoon, wnnoni cnarge, and aball have the
uciieiisui uiy tniierieaM in inoiisanda or raae
iioocssihlly trtvted. r'ull particulars, dlroe
lions tor pwj aralion and use, aud advice and
Instructions for eiicoussful treatinetit at your
own house, will be received by you by return
mall, free r charge, by aildreisln 7
- .n. i1'.M-',0,IN l?KVKTT.
Willy lor Jeflrravn itrtet JLvulavlll
CHARTERED MAR'H 21. !
CITY NATIONAL UNK. CAIBO
A. B. SArrORD, Pident
9. 8. TAtTOK, Vlcwidrnt.
W. HVSLOr, StiC'vnil lanurer.
P.W. Bahclay. has. GALioiiaa,
f. M. STocarLaTii, ai i. Scuuh,
U.H.CcirKmonAii. '.. 1,. Halubav,
J. M I'Hiui'k.
TNTE11K8T paid ondcoaiU at tUe rate of aix
1 per cent. perannum.MarflUBtand Sptem
)t 1st. Intcrait not wl ulnitfn la added inuna
liately.to the principal the dcpoaita, tbemby
living mun coiuiiouna iiermt
Harried Women nd Children may
Deposit Moniy and no one
else car draw it.
Own evprv buaincm av tYoiu9a.m. to S p. in
a Saturday eveninwloi aavlnga iIKMiu only
tou tf lo it o 'dock-
VT. HYaLOP. Treasurer.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W. P. UALUIiAY, Preelilent.
IUCNBV L. HAUjbAY, Vic Preit.
A. II. tiAFFUUU, Cuhit.
WAI 1'k'lt HY4.0P. Aaa'tt'aiiUhr,
S. Staat TatlOH R. H. CnaiUHUHAM,
H L. IUllioat, W. P. Uau.ibak
U. U. WlU.lAHliuM BmpiiiN UlKU,
A. I. Saitohu,
Exohange, Com and United States
Bonds uougnt ana ooia.
DEPOSITS reaelved ael a (eoeral banklna
Nell. Vice I'roa't.
H. Wella, Caahler.
T. J. h.rth, Aaut. aah'r
mm m mi
Corner Commercial Ave. and Ot Street
Itroea, Cairo. Win. Kluije .Vltiro.
Wm. Watt,. Cairo;
K. Iluder, Cairo. H. Wella, Cairo.
F. It. llrinkman.Jrjy..'
.1. Y . C'--"
A Uenernl Bnuklng Baalnee' Done.
M'Eichanfre sold and bought, fnterest paid
u uie ouviuko uepartment. tisiecuona nuue,
nu an uuaineaa liroiuiitlr attnaeii to.
WHOLESALE AaVD SET AIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Close.
Comer 19th St. and OommerolaJ At;
PATIER & CO.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
W boll bale and li ill IieaUrs lo
Foreign and Domestic
WIJfKS OP Alala UXNlJg,
No. 00 Ohio Levee.
MESSU8. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
larjre atrick ni th luat nii in ihu
in',,hIlIK.lv,!.,,"lwc'al ttntlen to I lie wholesale
anon of the business.
WOMEN WHO WASH
tiot Waelilne for Next Monday' Waslilurf.
Three Hours' Rest
K KUY 1'ACKAliK OK WASHINI .
A DOW and Lrrnil laline-aavlnc In.., . I..
f.r. ?illnf Di.le" ,,y th0 mni Intelligent and
VvS i nnu!MMPrii In the country.
K 1 V,i,!l0 witliout Injuring clotu.
ng or hands in the ntgbteit maaner. Mold
uy all grocer. rrireflO ccnta.
M. , , 211Matftreet,iN.y.
ririlare etf II.a. n.lll . ..i "... . .
Cairu, eupjiiy iraqe ID
SI'RfUAf. ASSK,S.SMi:T NOTICE.
Hppelul Warrant So. 1
Public aotlca i hereby ilven that Hit cminlv
igiulof Aluwnue' county lilt rmdiTtd inilnnitul
loraipecial a ti;mnt iipnn piopny btnelitdl
i y ih follawii'K linprovnif ol ..iJrrjli, lo-nitj
HOTEL allUH IUN.
Nonli tid UlhUraatWlwoaiiUniiucrcial avcaue
inrf Poplar itrwl
South iiJt Ulh lrl Ulw0" I ommf rial aven
ue and Poplar streti
South nd 1Mb ttieet Utw.en I ollllllcrrl.o jvunnc
ml Washlngion avenue
North ilde 14th lietween WrMngion avcuue and
Westsulo Wasliintnn avenue i;iwciu inn jhii
Southsidf Mlhilraet between w.isninRtuii avrn
ue nil Walnut street ,
Kat tiile Wasluiigtoa aveuue oetweeu jenm
ami Twelfth Mreen .
Weit sule Poplar itrcet txtwecn run aim nm
Smith Liile mh rtreet between Washii'tlOn
aveuuu und Walnut street
rinuth sule 7th street between CommeivUl avenue
anil Wanhington avenue
North aula 7Ui street between wmiilorcuii av, mm
uml Wiihliinglun avoaue
Norihslite I'.'th street IrontinijKvee sticei
Coiner e.isl wle CoramiTClsi avenue nirllunl'-
Corner l.eve anil 4th it-ci-outli sije
South Mile 4th slrret between I C It II stun and
I'liruei Coniinercial nveniie anil lontli Mile Jiul
Corner Levee vtrrrl south side hth street
.North siile 1 1th street between Washington
enue and Poplar street
t orncr Levee and 4th streets-north side
North aide lth ' treet lietween Washington avenue
and Walnut street
North side Hth street bel ief II .Unut and Oedar
Notihiidc lMh street betnetn lvee street and
1C U It strip , i
North side iMh street between I C It B strip and
North side 2'Hh street ltween I C R R tnp and
snnili .iile 'Mh street betu l-vee street and
West side Poplar street between ITth and 8ih
tioaih .iiU nth street between l.eve Mieet and
I f 1 II R drill
I nnitliercial aicmn
West sitie Cedar street h.tw.en K-th nd K.ih
West side Levee street uetween em nu nui
A. mil mure fnllv aouear Irora the eertifted copy
of the judgment on file in the office of the clerk of
the city et Cairo, 111. That a Warrant for the col
lection of auch assessment is in the liands of the
underpinned. All oersons interested are hereby
notineu to can ana pay rue amuuiu. mc.Ku,.i
the collector's office, Lie Commercial avenue, within
3ti days from the dale hcrrol.
H. f. PAKKEB, Colleetor.
Dated this Mi dayof AuKiist, A. I). 1J77.
Vuiice i. hereby given that by virtue of anorder of
Ike district court uf the I'mlrtl iuiei tor tbe
Hoiithern district of Illinois, in the mailer of
Claiborne Winston, bankrupt, 1 will on th
14th DAY OK SEPTEMBER, ItCT,
ai h. front door of the court house in Cairo, Alex
.n.l.r pauniv llliniiia. emu mencimr at 10 o'clork a
m., sell at public auction the following described
ieai ettnte. of the said Claiborne V inston, to-vit
I nilivided Yt se'4 aertion 1 township Ijrange
C'ndivided Jj e'i sw', section IK township 1
rinc 'i wrst
Undivided .', aw 'ieeetion 3' township 14 raage 2
N se' section Xi township It raagci west
Sw'4 sw,'H section 'l' township 1 range 2 west
Sw se' section ill tuwnship 1 j range t west
Ne1. section 1 township in range 'i west
Nw'4 se'4 sertioll l township 1 1 range 3 weft
y.l j nw L4 section 24 township 14 range il wrt
.Ne'4 se.l4 section township lj range wet
bw' se. lion 2'i township l i range J west
K' .. nw' section 'Oi tuwnship 10 range a west
E' J nw ' section 20 township li range 1 weal
Sw l4 section 35 township 11 range it west;
W U lection 13 township 15 range 3 west
W't nw4 section 7 lowuship li range 1 wf.t
Nwl section .it township 10 range 1 west
Nw '4 nr section .!0 township li rang" 1 west
Sv nel4 section 2i township lo range 2 We-.
Scsi nt'a sc'tion 21 township 10ranue2west
AH in Alexander ctuntv Illinois.
Sel section 1 triwrnsiiipl'irangeieiist
-corner ol sw','4 section 1 townsl.p l' range 2
In the tht-ounty of Pulaski and State uf lllinoi-.
JJts 22, a"i, 2'..iCJandi. inblrK'kKj. aud lot t
in block Hi, and lets tuand:ll, in bloi k all in the
lirnt addition lo mil, f,f Cairo, county of Alex
ander, and State of lll.n.,ii,
L ;ts 2.1, 21, 20, anil 2in lh Hotel Addition U
toe i uy ui vairu aiurcsam.
Hie term- ot tne salc ire-Oae fcartli rash :.ni
the balance in three eipal payments at six, twelve
ano eigiueri inunins, witn srveli percent interest,
seeurtubyileediit trust ou pMnises S'l'I.
II. .1. s.ranyot nam real tate w,il i received
k cay i.l 'ale uj .VI. . I. Iwicy(.r hainliei I1
1 !? ' I A I.' 'It S.MI1 II,
Matenf Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, Setitem
lier term, A. D. 177.
Edmund K. O'llrien vs. Edmund It. Garaahly
tuirene Oarality, Jacob II. Biirrnuirh, J.
phinetiarKlily,U. Slevin aud J. Slum. JLtilt
in Chancery .
Affidavit ol the non-rrsidence of .lacob Ilur
rouKh, Kinrene Uaratrhty, It. Meyin and J.
Slevm of thedefendanu aliove named, having
been tiled in the ofticeif the clerk ofaaid Cir
cuit court of Aleiandercoaaty, notice la here
by irlven to the said non-resident defendants,
that the complainant ban tiled bis bill ol com
plaint in Raid court on the chancery aid thereof
on the first day of May, a. d. 1KJ7, and thet a
suminouB tbereirpun instied out of atd court
aKainnt said ilelendauw, returnable on the
third Monday of .May, a. D. 177, as ia by law
required. Anilanortlerhavlnff Leen entered or
record in aaid court at the May term 1N77, tberef
of, that said ctiuee stand contiuiieii, with orde
of publication. Now, therefore, unless you,
the suld Jacob If. HurroUKh, tugene Oarajrbty.
B. Slevin and J. hlevin shall pvrsonnJly ha ami
appear before tlieaaid Circuit court of Alexan
der county on the llrst day of the next term
thereof, to lie liolden at the court house In the
city of Cairo, in said county, on the first Mon
day of September A. it. I7, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's hill of
complaint, me Banie, ami ue matters and minus
uicrciu cnarge uu amieii, win oetaaen as oon
leseed, and a decree entered against you accord
lug Iv uio fJiujei vi nam Ulil.
Jo,us A- RKEVK, Clerk,
folia II. Milkiy, Coniplainant'a Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills., July Uth, A. D. 1867. biv.
Public notice is hereby given that by virtue
vi, uccrevui urn cuuuiy court oi Ilie county
of Alexander In the state of .llinois
renuerea at the June term of aaid
court, 1677. pon the application of the
uuueraiKiieu, so sen ine real property of tlie
eetals of Louie Nassanno, deceased, to pay the
debts of the same, I, Harmon II. Black, admin
istrator de bonis non of the retain ni'i.,1- k...
aanno, late of said county deceased, will sell at
public vendue, onthei"tb day of September A. U
177 at the front door of the court bouse in the
n; ui wiin i iwu u cucii p. al. ol said dav
to the highest nd best bidder, to pay the debts
ol said Louie Nassanno, deceased, the lollow.na
llaMl'rirsOri rrvul s a Its la. .,iit;s. t . a.. .
b ock seventeen (17), in the first addition to the
City ol Cairo, situate in miM niin. .....
having thereon a llnetwo story brick buildlna
adapted for business and residence. The said
property will be sold absolutely and ireefrom
any incumbrance, including the tbe widow s
dower, which will be released to the purchaser
without tnrther consideration . Terms of sale
lino thousand delbn. Hon li.Uur sujiiluB to
he cash in hand, and the balance tn six months
irom lime oi sale, j be deterred payment must
be evidenced by th purehiuier'e note drawing
six ner cent Interest with person il Seeuritj.
...v. t,ii.i i hi. preiuisca som.
aaicu aaiujuas ituin,
lianiinu tr T). .
Administrator de bonis non of the estate
Louis nassanno. td
S tate of Illinois, county of Alexunder.
lerrn. A 11. 1T7 " " " '
s-ircuu court ot A tvimn mm. e. ... ..i
t reuerica lvorsmeyer, vs. John Q. llanuan. Rnb.
ami W.v. 1I..KI.I. ..r.l,. .T.r. " . J'.""" 1 now
..... ., . u. ucicuoanii above named
having been filed In the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
given to the said nen-resident difendanu that tk.
cimnlalnant hn filed his bill f L". .-.i
Ma i i. V- ', . w"tv' le 11th day ol
May, A. I l.7, and that a summons thereupon
issued out of said court niiainst said defendants, re
turnable on the third Monday of May, A l 1 1.77
as is by law rcnuired. Arid an nrderer bavins hern
entered of record in said court at the Jlay term,
la. i, thereof, that said cause stand continued, with
ordrr of publieai.on. Now, therefore, anless you,
the said Itobert Howe and Wake Hubble shall per
sona I y be and appear betore the said circuit court
of Alexander county on the firm day of the mat
rn.ir, ... ik. k , .: ... aiu
demur ,0 the said cpl,' bT 0 "Zu,Z
and statell i,hV? T" Md th,n herein chirgj
I. .-. '.ll"J'ak' as confessed, and a ee
.. .111 Kll"yo1Ucordina loth prayer 0
"1 . , JOHN A. taKvtfclerk.
MrtKBT, LlMtOAa 1.ANMHN, Complalnant'i
prsifssMsMA'j eupM.N tu
ts ss tweft .il,g mm v ptmrn I
tstwin tasntusrf 'AHVIVI
OAtHO DRIVE WELL.
. A iltoiough iiaiitiiy and nualiiy analysis by
PROFESSOR E. S. WAYNE,
I 1 !
Of linainiail suOiciently em..HMiM tlie Ua tlut in all rmciitidl inedii fnl properties ilm
WATER OF THE CAIRO .DRIVE WELLS
Is almost kh with iht ot tie Famed Est Ipp of Arkansas.
the Drive Well water currying all the c.itbiin.itc of
anon. Hence, by heating tins water anil throwing
n hand iniiv reuutre. diieetlv uiwn the body or the
process of absorption enabled lo produce all the cures that are elfccted by the waters of the Hot Hpnugs,la
one-half the time and at least une-half me esprnse rescuing the patient from the jienila of a long til
cshiualing trip, and from the uuackcty, inipositinit and robbciy insricrablc from a visit to aud a protract' '
at the alornafd Springs,
It is now conceeded that these vanor baths are the
world. They remove by agreeable processes and with amazing wiuness and certainly, all impurities bi,i
every fiber and tisiueoflhe ssteiii ; rcstorefunction.il and organic power, and in place of impaired viiai
ty. lassitude ami physical exhaustion, give health, strength .enrrgy and vior to botli mind anil Ixwl,.
Their restorative uad curative powers are eapecially made inanlfeat in diseasM of a ckronic ihirarte,,
Krysipelas, lrousy, Khcuiiiatism, Jaundice, Catarrh. pMirK'teo Chills aud fever, Female IrrcguJailte.
Byphihs, scrofula and all ilieeasrsof the akin and blood.
J his irocesb im pleasant aud agreeable, and u always
Having tttcd comfortable ronti.s, with all needful
aud scicuullc treatment.
Lady patients, for wh ample pros bum hat Leen malleoli! be attended by coillpeteat boiai ' ivta.iit
A. LOWER. M. D.
Sob. 'in and 37 Tentli etrf t, between Wnshlnjton and Walnut
. . . . , ;JAino, II l.
Notk. This wanter couUlns 3.20 rn lroa to 1 l'uII.i.: Hot Snrinirt water but 1. 15
to 12 ffftlloriR.
I have this day lenel my batb rooms and
Ark. Tbe Doctor baTinitepentMyeralTeaii at Hot SpriDfeU well poatedfn all thoae
dUoasca to which tbe watra are applicable, and patleuu may rely iipon hii long ixpert.
anna nml ntf anil rn W
VITAL WR4KNKS9 OB DEPRESSION : a
weak eiluiiuted feeling, no energy or coiinsge;
the result et.MKNTAI. UVMt-VHJKi, DDU
tiifcllO-SS OH XCK88!i,
the ijsieni, la alway
ia.ui wrewuiv uiwu vn
cured bv Uuiuclura'
No. 2D. It tonea up and
inyigoratea the ayaleru, imtMsrta ftrengUj and
enerK? aiojn Uia drain and rejiivenaUa the
entire man. Been used ;wnly yeara with per
fect siirccaa by thouaanda. bold by dealers.
I'rlc l fieratoKle vial, or $' per package ol
lire rials and ii Tial of powder Sent by mall
on receipt oi price, sciurees nuarnaais
nrlee. Addresa t
HOMEOfAlHIC Mf'.Di INK ( UMi'AAi 1, IW)
Knlton street, N. Y.
For Scrofula, and all
f ipelaa, Ilose or St. An
thony's lire, Eruptions
mid Eruptive di.spases
of tbe skin, Ulcerations
of the Liver, Stomach.
Kidnrv, Lungs, I'im
StiIch, I'uftulc!, Boils,
I Blotches, Tumors, Trl-
tcr, halt Hlieuru, hoaltl
Ilend. JlinQrworni, l?lcers, 8orpg,
Isheum.Hiani, Xennilffia, Tain in the
Bones, Side anil Head, Female Weak
ness, Sterility, Leucorrlwa, .iriHiii'r.
from iiiternnl ulceration, und uterine
disease, Syiihilitie and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Einiu-ia-tiou,
General Debility, und for l'liii
fyin the Blood.
This Sarsaparilla La comhinatiou of
Iwi,-ximi1i tho joiliiliw
ul AtitaIora and Iron, and is tlie
most cflleacious medicine yet known
for the diseases it is intended lo cure.
its Iu-'redieuts arc so skilfully
comhiued that Uio full alterative)
effect of each is assured, and while
it is so mild as to he harmless even
to children, it is still so effectual as
lopuixe out from tho system those
impurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disene.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and tho eonlidcnco
which proiniUMiit physicians all over
Ihu country repose in it. proves their
experience of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues
liave accumulated, ami are cou
Mantly heiug received, and as many
of these eases arc puhlidy known,
Ihcy furnish convincing evidence of
tho superiority of this Sarsanarilla
over every other alterative medicine.
ISo generally is its superiority to any
ether medicine known that wo need
UO no more than to nsanrn thn linhlin
that tho best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
, PREPARE!! BT
Dr. r. C. AYER & CO., Low.ll, Mass.,
Trmctical an Analytical ChtmUtt.
OLD Br ALL PBUOOIflTB IVBBCTVBBBE.
. u.tua is mm thormiglily cHtabliiheil. Never
aincemansutfureaana human agenda alievitud
pain, baa there been anythln, which went solar"
I f " n"'hl ' "ve agent a, the C enuur
l-inemerits . 1 hesc lanements have within the pan
H.., Lame Animal, Vi7. th. TSll T"!S!l
,.:. ":": name uic ientaur Une-
n ems are for man anil heast. Hut not the lama
Liniment . The White Liniment I, fn, man I
rUFvi0"? "d ""' .. HerelS thi.
omeofthelnaredlenu are alike Id each. Th5v
contain the well-known witch hatel. .mir. ,.lt
- vns, uiiicib iiuin uuier Tvmntm -isa... .
,ih. ,..a ,
found I anything to relieve me until I comnitnced the
Use of Centaur I. nmn. I rul t. -..-..
duty to Inform you that by Its wonilerful effects I am
entirely relieved l pal,,, .lamiarv !Md. 1I7
Mil. f 1. MM . "
of jimilar testimnniiU
month All , ,e eatraits, eml-To " f01 ."'m
and ointments in existence are not doing u icitnth
he good which I. done by these adniFraWe Ce "
taar Liniments. Kurfrakil.li.. . 1. .
salt rheum, etc., aothing U like the Centaur Lini
ment, win e wrapper. Kor spavin, rinic bone,
hwecny wind. alls, poll evil, icralches, etc.Voa
horses tfo i yellow Centaur Liaimtnt is equallv
good. 1 hey are certain in their effecta. ihev are
Pleasant to us. th.y . hsndy and they cheap
No family should be wish an Cenuur l.ininwnls
1 h,y arewnrih one hundred times their com .
, B. itUhBAW.. 4HDey,t,e,t, N,w York.
'C W'S t li ;T2lh? 0,h", f,ow'rful lnredlent.,
... , ; V "icl"ti reclor of St. John'a church
Wakefield, Way county, Kansas, wn
year, have 1 been .tilTeriiiK from .'weak back, "iKS
from a inra a more ihian an.... ... . .'
teamsters pronounce the Vellnw Centinr I.lnl-
WeVK-i',,yltiB,i:il,e' h,ve r "d.
we aril .severldon bottles everv tin.mh. .h.
sale is slcailily increasing. ." '
Tlieicare onlv aamnlr. ,,f il, .. .,
iron or elulybeale properties ll.at It ran hold lino.
us vapor, tnargeu Willi tucji uieiiicanicntt as thoca.a
deceased portion of the palicnt. ue are thruuidi me
most thorough and rapid blood purifiers, known to tk
careiuuy aoapteu to the urengtli and nee kl ths
appliances, patients u rely upon alleluias:, caulk us
CAIRO, ILLS. Jdly, JOth 187..
flrlurea to Dr. A. Lower, of Hot SLrinva.
Dr. D. ARTER,
B'irrn VYastunginii and Conmercial Avrnu
Tranaiont Batoa: $160 Per Day.
Waekly and Monctuy Board
ers Aooommolated at
The Crystal Saloon
Billiard Parlors -Pool
In I ..nnrclioii with Kjrupean. la KumisUd I'l
ilia Iastest btyle
supp.ir.l Willi the Ci:ent wlnrt anil H u ma
MUe4 Driaka M4 a
IIAKUV VVALn Kit,
Urea In ffcarral oaa few tweatr rear.
Kverrwhere) arwTeel the aaat hkYV.
mrdlrlnea knewa. Therara jaat wkat.
the peaple waat, aavtas tlaae, aaaaev.
alrkaeea anal nrtaa. Kvery alstf In
arrlile the well trie atracrfptlaa r
ssn eminent phyalclaau
ma norm m wnrr iavu t ii.
Nruralrta. TnAik. p.. -.A.
.X- ''"iiRc Bradacke, VcrlW .
0. MyaBjepeU.'BIIIons Stomach, ...
I1- tyPRwaaeel, nr Painful Perlotla. . . .
ft !i-..!5?.", Krnptfooe.
I Haearaatlana. Rhrnm.iu d.i..
1". 'ever and Aame. Chili F.v.r a,."- '
17. rile, blrnd or bleediiw.
IIm. Klfa . sjiJi
jP""'wy. nd Sere or Weak Bye.,
? rs at" " ehronle, lofloeoaa?
. WkaoptnfCanim, violent eoerha,
Jl. Aathma. oppraa.ed rkeaThlmr, . .
n Jsrrwfnla, enlarged alanda, Rllbjf . M
Knllbility.PriyikalWeaaaei2 I hi
UJLTJ SecretlobTTT . S'
tVlelLn."' "ae from rtdliif , , fa
37. Klaaey.Bleea, OravcL . .TV . m
?'II7. ViuFWeakneee, 1 1. !
S''ttW.r, ..... . . ,
I. ralnfofPertaaorwltbSpIaiBa, . ri
W. RplletMer. SDaeme.
ui' I. . . "i paipitauoua, ate. . I is.
Hl.a.Ali. "a . T-
t. vttue' Dane. .
35. tMrucCn;eat5naaniiEnip5o'ni; w
f Aioii cms.
raaj, Mowfo. with abeve SI Urge vlali and
il acaal of directiosa, I10.M
ra ui db I HTIH. I flafllatl InF f hwia ui
Theae reratalea arc aent ay the eaaa
alulettaxor vlal.ta mar aartaf taa
rountrr. free ot chamaBMiiar
price. "Aaareaa '
Cfllee and Depot, lot ynltoa bt. New Vevk.
Far alehy all Dmtrariata.
eTBtUnBAIWVa finardfin Mmn.l av
car and treatment of diaaaaa and Itu cnaia
aeptrBIB on appUoaSon.
Permanently cured no trumbue by one
month's mace of Dr. tionlard'a r.l-hrat.
ed Fit FowUera. To convince iutlrer
that those powder will do all we flalui tor
tnetn, we will lend them by mall, poal
paid, a free trial box. Aa Dr. ftmiiiini
the only Dhvulclan that haa ever rn.,i thia
ilneaae a apeoial atudy, and at to our
knowledge tbouaand have been penna.
nently cured by the use of theae powd ra,
we will guarantee a permaiient cure ir
every raae. or relund you all money ex
pended. All mfferera aliould give these
1 owdera an early trial, and be convlnceil
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box,3, or i boxoa ior
110, tent by mall to any part ol Ui ltej
states or Canada on receipt of price, or by
exprew, C. O.D. Addreaa. '
300 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, N, V.
ivh ,i7 il1,ey Wl1' P'- Pucher'. t'..tulia for
5. u Cl 0'!"; fcvhns',sour mouth, Croup or
stoinache complaints. It is entirety a vegetable pre
paration, and contains neither mineral morphine,
noralfohol. Ii U.. ni...., ,.. ...i. .. J '
neither ggi nor Brlp, and is superior to any reine
f. j... llimoch.of Dtipont, Ohio, says
I am HflllB (julorla Ii, m n,....l. lil. ,1,.
must signal i result!, and find it a perfect lukatitule
for Castor Oil," '
v "li"'4 , wltal evcty one wiyi. Many nurses In
woik use the tasimU. His prepared lv
ln' J..' Huc A to., successors, lo tiaauet
- -- - - ml i ' -a---a-a
ttmU l tMrlM J, h Z
NUIiaiiJ m UI ""latie.it ml too
maam QW mm W pssssv asssss mmw at Baa vita I am 1am- -
allklnear Diseases, with hanartda ol ta.ualtsnctlpt?
".".iw mmm,mm iy,peeinim "imaflf, IL.'lr l,a
a ass east. TnaM aa alil)SMm, tally etMidu ik.lf
tontrrnnml. MsmirelyMledimrM.liliit Ml '?
f!2Sh CZ?lm- laflaatmattoaa. . . al
sua Aavareia'i It PuU' Ce . It Lvuli, las,