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IMV.it, 7 a T- r.' : )iiij v.i
i.'iva mht below
ih UrgU i broofbt itf 'by the Future
..wm anri ot a "koala warmlM"
YwicMaiDar port, did not ome otf
r ewtof to.bjtd wither and Uip tact that
C' ih bad 1 tkm& of tt Fnture City'
kttgetedUtdy, tender to let tht
?ib6i'i widy to. rfliutu." (SpcVlB with
tkbUOiiaen of the Transport
Uoa company, Col. Rearden, yesterday,
3SWtJejaltlf iJU0W ilfie
Ualf M VaUeyranaportation Cora,
-w-jwany now ow four jars ow boats, vlr
wcTntirfe !lrt Eads, and My
obafafcW alao 'own 31 barges, ol
tbl00oh(r eaityUia; capacity. Uen ot
ib1e'm WificW.ioni eacb,;;pr.to
Mt!w.l5.000 Jons; i4 of them carry
1,100 wW each of 15,400 tons,' 3 Ol them
iarrrmteisaobor?.7po tons; and B
"WOem earry BOO torn or 3,000 tons, ma-
Ubcirrjnz ,cPQjty of J?5.000
i tdnit OmoI ilieie boats and .5 barges
take 380,000 buthola bulk corn at a
trlpJor7B,0J0bTel o flour, (730 car
lof.tr boata'uld be Bent out
- ami this rater Dermitted. Each boat
wWl eoniurae an average of 18,000 bushels
oteoalonatrip Four trips per month
would hiak"70,M6 or 75,000 bushels
al eoa),-r- the -larger - portion
of which if purchased at Cairo, which at
;;' 10 btntt per bushel, would amount to 7,--1
300 dollar per mouth. Add labor $3,
".pCft Pt month and stores $3,000 per
" Month, and tne amount is $12,200 which
iaipentby the company per month in
"ouf (jlry for labor and supplies. The
- Joapany have two other large barges in
; process ol construction and fonr others
:t contemplation. .
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Z7Zit&XnuTz& you, madam. ,
"(! Wot Only Aftr Ton, but Mixt to
t m fc.. . .. ...Von.
i " ClUrTKB OX "ifS" BY PlItrNTHF.818
, TO . !
'"'V the doctrines and -words of the Old
and New Testaments are truth, thenal
t the steps and reference, marks by which
;,Xbnbjbty haspunctuatcd and anno--ttted
HI work such 'as O and ,
iarbaimd Inexorably by Ills works
and decrees, which can only stand or fal'
With HI eternal God-head. Therefore,
If () and ' are the works of the
iCrelt'Creator they are both distinctly
lelgemenot the dlety, and are continually
and lrretriTably bound by every consl
' deration ol honor, truth, and allegiance
to render unto that King of kings and
t God , el god , the yery best obedience
of wUlctoj '. tbey, .f.re capable; and
,H f' toU ' do so tDcy
-vt kbenble, and Justly so. too, to Ills
taw, even though they be no other than
tb rtlle, eommands, instructionf, and
. h -taaching of the Ul ana Mew xcsutmeat.
1 Bence, all men should read and study
JhQM scripture of God for the purpose ol
. Mowmg and doing bis exaitod will In all
igiiwhaUoeTer And though ( ) and
'X- lit, are toardly worthy ol any of the
"Jl bleistogi otlfte which tbey so abundantly
u ujy,if Uie words of scripture be true,
" (hy;epeeially should read and. follow
JajrerfnllJ tbe5 revealed word ol their
WiJsowelf Master, or tbey, la common
f' WltU all other unredeemed and nnrepent
ttiabi ainner will at last, when too late,
O -.-(fall ubder the awful denunciations of 111
J4,'M,'n,ia,ni,12atlon ant bowl f or
r t-.ytf withDWwanU the devil, lu exactly
-. tbafvaryheUot which those Ood-glven
Jui.,riptures warn us, and further tell us
tu n to hid from it terror by accepting sal
taSott through the Lord Jesus Christ,
t wfeo laabl to make atoueinent for all
jfaepifctable men (are we not respectable
dm Men?) like( ) and ! Now ( ) further
1JWlt,1rotbwiy ay to ; Brother,
...bawseforth when wo read (be Old and
KetTTestameat let us do it In the spirit
li.it .ti.uu L.m nt h .allkf
' " and In, aocordanoe with the directions
u'w laid dowa In the Books tbemaelres; for II
they bo 'the-word of God wo need not
fear to follow them; and it they be not
wen we can proyo our mannoou anu
tuleiand thus test their talue. About
" those quotations from Dcut, etc., we will
jajoak again', if desire to see what
rt iJUle light a poor ( ) is able to shed forth
upon those and similar scripture passages,
Botr ? surely, . mlsundtntood Dr.
Reynold about setting himself up a a
te noayCbrlttiaB teacher. lie only said that
.1 tt be would not be partial to any particular
. denomination of God's Church, by try-
tog to teach Methodism, rreibyttrlan
X or Catholicism. ' Only this parenthetic-
4 1 -ally, and o. cood brother, farewell.,
; ' (ilov, WX877.,:r , . J?abkstdehis.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE.
t t a
4HOBT KOTE IOWA BOGS THI DOLLAR
' Of TBI FATUB8 IOWA TAXES THE
' 1 COTTOS CHOP n.VB ASD TOAD BKIXS
, A BBIDCB TK4TBP--TBK 1BO.N INTER
. r K(T TBE AH1ZONA 8U.VEB DISTRICT.
"' :; - ..
! :.; IOWA TAXES. .' ' '
; ;T'Tb rate of state taxation In Iowa has
- been flxod at aOcenUon the 1W dollar.
Texuproduoot mora cotton than any
- other state to the nation. It crop in
176-7 was 725,000 bale; that ot Mlssia-
tUmAtWiXO balos, which was the next
bfjhest. Arkansas was the next highest,
..' ' eaTEB AXD TOAD 1NS. '
&iM4 The amount Of ilyer paid out by the
trt $ foveromeat ainoe the the passage ot the
bof, vMtauUwrtxtBf the redemption of frac
ourreaey . is B.J7,837.00l, The
aoMtofaUTer on hand to data I $1,.
AtUt?SJL Thaamouniof traetional cur
ZVi sw7stitaJtdlof b tlO,2C9,ooo.80.
,rb,'-Cmdnnat1 goumern railroad
' brk'-eoyer the Ohio rltw at Cincinnati,
. a -toewoy eootpleted, wa tested on th
ata. The main span. D30 feet In length,
': waambieetedto a tet of oyer 700,000
pound with a deflection of oyer two
Incbea. The result la considered entirely
satisfactory. ' ,'
TBI ARIZONA SILVER DISTRICT.
WAmWfnl raiulta am exnected from
the development of tho silver district of
Arizona, xuis lerniory i biu w in
clude the rlchoet silver mine of Moxiuo.
One mine In the Aztco district is asserted
to have produced $8,815,000. The Pacl-
Ma rollrnml ii no heinir nushod Into tllO
Interior of Arifona under the direction of
V. P. Huntington, and will soon be with
in thwtv miipi of the Azteo minus. A
compauy has been organized tor tho de.
mtanmont n this district. tlirouir)i the
Injuence of.Ooy. Saflord, of Arlzonu, and
Col. lioyle, ' It is called . tip Aztec and
lnca Mining Compnny, and Is said to own
several valuable mines.
" IOWA HOGS.
la statlstiss concerning the If.' crop,
Iowa is represented by report from
tweuty-seven places, twenty shutting an
tnnroma In number, tour a decrClU-C, Still
thrM nhniit i tin same ns last year, the
general average ol percentage ot supply
holnirnnnrlv 10 Dur Cent. TllO llllllkflt
will generally bo somewhat later than
luit. Aiid in manv sections steadily
through the season, somo mostly lato,
running Into tho spring. As to the
weight, eight report heavier, twolighter,
seventeen about tho same as last year.
I. oss trom disease, more at lour, less ut
aixtcn. about the same at two, none at
THK POI.I.AR OP THE FATHER.
Tlin ml vir dollar lindf-r the law of 1,
7Q-2 walirtied 410 aralns 8!I2 4-10 line, and
nsrts in same uronositlon. Weight of
$l,OU0, bCD 2-:iounces. In January, is7,
the law was chanced so that the silver
dollar weighed 41UJ rrulns)0 line, and
parts In same proportion. Weight of $1,
000 850 3-S ounces. Tills Is tho dollar
which was dropped from our coinage In
187a, because it had been practically out
of circulation for twenty years or more,
and Is the dollar which It Is now propos
ed to adopt, . both as to weight and
fineness, fu March. 1Sj3, a law was
passed which did not touch the silver dol
lar itself, but ledueed tho weight of the
half dollar and smaller silver to propor
tionate parts of 384 trains 900 lino to the
dollar, $1,000 of these coins weighed 8(H)
ounces. The law of Feb. 12, 1873, estab
lished the weight of the half dollar, quar
ter, dime and half dimes at.lSj.S grain
900 fine; $1,000 of these coins weight
803 ounces. These aro the coins now
Issued, and are in general circulation.
They are a legal tender to the amount ol
$5 in any one payment. The trado dol
lar was authorized in ibj, to weign rM
grains 900 tine, and this Is a legal tender
to the amount of $5 only in any ono pay
ment; $1,000 ot these coins weigh i
Work on the Utah Northern railroad
is progressing. The paper mills atitich-
monu, inu. ui&ko anu mini meir own
gas. Saw mills in tho northern part of
Wisconsin run nignc ana uay. inero is
a man in Florida who advertises for the
purchase of twenty m"lions of oranges.
Tho government has ordered nineteen
Gatllog gum from tho manulactory at
Iiartlord. Sixty thousand pounds of
dried fruit have been shipped this season
Irom Whitesburg, Tenii. A manufactory
of butter tubs In Crawlord county, Pa.,
turns put two hundred tubs a day. The
stock of rye wliLsky In Philadelphia iscs
tlmahd at 40,000 bushels, and its value Is
about $1,000,000. Davenport lumber
dealers report that their sales for October
were larger and better than in any one
month for scvcrsl years before. One firm
in Comancho county, Texa has en
gaged 20.CJ3 buffalo hides lrom huutors
camped on the headquarters of the Col
orado. It is said 71 per cent, of the
farms in Indiana are cultivate! by their
owners, 20 per cent aro farmed on shares,
and 0 per cent, aro rented. The bullion
product of tho principal mines on the
Psciilo coast during the nine months
ending September 30, 187G, was $3C,023,
700 nearly hall of It gold. In the coun
try round about uioomucu, inu., nog
cholera has prevailed to such an extunt
that in many instances farmers nave lost
their entire droves of fat, valuable hogs.
Two farmers near Maquokqa, Iowa, are
doing a profitable business in raising
roots and herbs containing medicinal
properties and shipping them to manus
lacturersor urugs. f ort worm, Texas,
Is talking about a nnrrow guage railroad
to the norm west, tapping tho copper
mines In Archer county, Texas, at the
three forks of tho Wichita rlyer.
TnE IRON INTEREST.
A gentleman extensively engaged in
the iron manufacture in tho Lehigh vaN
Icy, writing November 0, to a friend In
Spnnglleld, Illinois, gives a gloomy ac
count business tnre. wncn it is rcmcm
bered that the Lehigh valley has usually
yielded about one-seventh ot the entire
iron product or tne whole country, the
tact become very significant. Tho writer
'How bright and promising every tiling
must be it reports are truo trom Chicago
and the balance of the west. An abund
ant crop lllla the granaries of the farmer.
and the high price per bushel moves
the crops, and every one Is blessed.
A gentleman from tho west, in conversa
tion, remarked that tho butlncss men
west bad never done better since 1473
than during tho lust three months. We
hope it is true and wait tor the returns of
tne moving crops to reach us, anl give
the sleeping and painful wheels of the
manuiacturer a push onward. Conl is
offered us from S2 to $3 nor ton: cicr Iron
$10 to $19 per ton; merchant Iron $43 to
$00 per ton and no buyers. Labor is paid
from 80 cents, 90 cents to $1 per day.
Mechanics $1.50 to 1.75 per day, and It is
saie w say any oue can go to any ot our
towns of 10,000 inhabitants
and in a half a day mplov 1,000 men,
andOCOof the men will not ask what
wages you will pay. Many of our large
establishments aro covering thcmselres
with mortgage, wbilo others have
yielded and will go under the hammer to
the creditor willing to pay the best flg
ure above bis own claim. Bonner. In his
prophecies; say there will be an advance
in grain, iron ana pork In 1878. Grain
advances ahead of time, and maybe pork
and iron will grow all the stronger. Rut
ii it docs not advance in 1S78 It will In
ruture year, iron will continue ore of
the hie! products and as safe as any, I
have full confidence in the face ol the
present drk clouds. We will yet make
up all the money webayo lost with good
. 11AYES' TROUBLES.
BETWEEN TUB DEMOCRATS AND TICK ANTI-
ADMINISTRATION BEFUDLICANS, II AS UOT
: HI.HSILF INTO SCALDING HOT WATER.
The Washington correspondent ol the
Chicago Timet of tho 12th gives the fol
lowing: .. ,
Within the next week or so it Is expec
ted that a test case will bo made that will
develop tho line of action to be taken on
the obnoxious appointment of the prcsl
uenu me caucus talk ha cleared up
many uncertainties. It la shown that
majority of tho Republican senator are
Opposed to the president's polloy, and the
next question is: what will the jo-called
admbiUtratloa senators do? Stanley
auttnows, uirlstlancy, Hour. Burnslde,
and Dawes aro classed now as adminis
tration men, but It they aro for seating
THE DEMOCRATS WILL CUT 1.0OHR
and leave the president to make hli tight
alone upon appolntmeut. ' To seat KeU
log give too Republicans tblrty-ntne
members, a majority of the number of
ot senators wnen all the states are repre
sented. It would end at once all contro.
versy about the political complexion or
tho senate until further elections. By the
seating of Kellogg the antl-admlnlstratioii
Republicans will accomplish a great
stake, i In to doing they will alienate the
Democrats from cupport of t
and ut the same tlaio solidify their own
side. A one Democratic senator sold
this evening, "If the administration sena
tors aro fools enough to help seat Kel
logg, then this administration may go to
the devil Its own way." The Democrats
are watching anxiously the proceedings
of the committee of privilege and elec
tions. If It Is apparent that any willful
delay U Intended, then they will make
A TEST MOTION
to dif charge the committee. If tho ad
ministration senators go with the in on
this and reject Kllogg, then the demo
cratic senators will go solid with them
and confirm every appointment the pre
sident may send In, that is, where there
are no serious charges affecting personal
character. The position ot the so-called
administration senators is, of course, ot
great Importance. Without them
CONKLINfl IS POWERLESS,
as the democrats would not form a com
bination with him even if be wer in.
dined. Every Influence of the adminis
tration Is being brought to hear to stillen
up it- supporters, but at the fame time
every senator who wears the label of re
publican has a strong Influence brought
to bear upon him to seat a man that will
give (ho republicans
CONTROL Or THK SE.NAIK.
It Is hard to refuse this wnen under
cover of technicalities a defense can be
found to satisfy the partisan. It is said
that Hayes, depressed at tho prospect of
a tight, would not object to eeing Kell
ogg seated. If his opinion was negative
here, then the administration senators
could vote for Kellogg and still be Hayes
men upon a question oi appointments, ii
thoysoact, the nnti administration Re
publicans will be In the best position In
the world to lurther fight the president,
for the Democrats declare that if Kellogg
Is seated they also go to war. Between
tho two stools somebody will fall to the
COLSING OUT AT COST!
Mrs. (.'. McLean desires to announce to
tho public that she has determined to
closs out her large and elegantly assorted
stock of MILLIXK11Y GOODS, Inclu
ding Ladles' FURNISHING GOODS of
nearly every description, UNDER
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc., with n very
large assortment of Ladles', Misses' and
Children' SHOES, all of which must be
sold within tho next
At Cose. Now is the time for ladies to
buy Hats, and everything else In the
Joy-All old bills must be settled at
once, or they will be put out lor col
lection. MRS. C. McLEAN.
Nov. 10th, 1877.
11 Ki AND W. II.
Tlio railroad and warehouse commis
sion has received a letter from Mr. John
Armstrong, secretary ol the State
Grange of tho Patrons of Husbandry,
tatlng that there has been within the
past year a radical change for the better
in the Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy
railroad lreight tarlfl. the only unjust dis
crimination (and it is slight), being in
favor of one station Sheridan, lie con
gratulates the commission on their suc
cess, and thanks them for the efforts made
to protect the producer.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale nlltetnll Dralm In
Foreign and Domostio
UlVliS OF AM, KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levoe.
MESSItS.SMVTHACO., hive conaUDilya
large stock ot the lnt good In tliu uiar
ket, ami (jiveefiwclAi attention to the wbule.
Idle hrnnrh of the Ininlnfua.
NO CURE-NO FEE!
lull lrt Rut Wkln1o itml, fkkwo. fw II,, cum elVl
iTirtM tmnienaitwuiiMHi MvMtsal TT rml lr,l.
Mrrtoa Itehlllty, ukI Lwt Mk4, w.u.i.il
.itftol. LIT. O. U A ,ntf tul. of It hrfufu KtlMl. umI im m
Mrnuryi k lb. Iv,,.! w ik I. III. i:nlu4 Sl.u. LA
IftiKM ffqwlrinf trMlu..! bun. ,n4 UtvJ.rll w wftu,
K'.rrjr wmv.ht.nf. fwMtw&u. S.d4 HfU L'.uu fo, II AH-
1 ! VSf l!,a,i ! 1,4 n"! maruiTd
I. Dl Ea sud f.Dll.TWD ui.d (aft, Oru fa, fcw.pl. ot Uulr
lr UumU ... Cml ofiNMrfUitt lufwilia. Ly ..btM. CwB'
UiIUIuiii tn. Uul HMiil.liM. H.UbU t.ual. till.. t Bui
and all kinds Country Produce,
93 Ohio Leveo, CairoIlla.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court or Alexander county, January
term, A. I). 1878.
1'eler Adams vs. Mary Adams. Hill for divorce.
Affidavit of the non-residence ot Mary Adams
the above named defendant having keen filed in the
ollke of the cleric of said court of Alexander cotimv
notice Is hereby given to the said non-resident de
fendant that Uie said l'cter Adams, complainant.
filed his hill for divorce on the chancery side there
fore the 1 'ith day of October, A. 1). 1U7T, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court against
said defendant returnable on the first Monday Intlie
month of January, A. D. 17b, as the law directs.
Now, therefore, unless you, the said Mary Adams,
hall personally be and appear before the circuit court
of Alexander county on Uie first dav of the next term
thereof to be held at the court-house, at the city of
v uiro, in saiu cauoiy, oa the brat Monday in the
month of January, A. 1). 1H7R, and plead answer
or demur to said bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein contained, will be taken
for and as confessed, and a decree rendered agakut
you accoruing to tne prayer o( tne same, ac.
. JOHN A. KEEVE, Clerk.
Vi. 0. MulVey, Compt's hol'r.
wlw l airo, Illy, rt. ftth, A. D. 1T7.
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, lilt.
Braves 2 Co
CHANCER KOTICK. :' 1 ..
State of Illinois, County of Aleiander; : ' '
Circuit Court of Alexander County,' January
Term, A. D. 1878,
Georao Weiss vi. Mary Nolle, Anna Nolle, Ida
Molt and Awulne Nolle Bill 10 loreclote
. martgnge In chancery. . ... .
Affidavit of the non-residence ef Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arniiine Nolle, the de
fendants above named, having bee tiled In tin
office of the Clerk of laid Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice Is hereby given to uie said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill if complaint in said Court ea the Chancer;
side thereof on the 2uth day of October, A. D.
IS77, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court against said defendant,, returnable on
the Arat Monday of January, A. I). IH7S, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless ynu, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ma Nolte and Amstine
Nolle f hall personally be and appear before tho aaid
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the nret day
of the next Term thereof, te be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, In said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. 1. 187, aud plead,
answrror demur to the said complainant s bill of
complaint, the lame, and the matters therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confetud, and
s decree entertd against you according to Uie
prayer of said bill. ' '
V JOHN A. BEEVf, Clerk,
(iKOROl FihHeit, Complainant's Hcliciior,
October JO, 1877. iNov, 1. 4w)
Notice is hereby given tnat by virtue of a certain
sale mortgage, dated the twenty-eighth day of De
cember, A. I). 187s, executed by Jacob U. Lynch
and Mary A. Lynch, bis wife, grantors, to Jacktun
Krlck, grantee, to secure the payment of a certain
firomissory note (or the sum ol iwtdve hundred dol
ars of that due. payable twelve months after
date, with ten per rent, interest per annum, de
fault having been made inthe paymentof said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy eents, 1 will, on
Wednesday, the twonty-first day of November, A.
P. 1H77, at the hour of two o'clock p. m, of saii
day, at the front ilnur of the Court-house,
in the city of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander, ami. lUtte of Illinois, sell the pre
ni'iava in and by 'aid sale mortgage outiTeyed
anil luorlxagt-d, dewillieil as follows lo-wit :
Lots iiiinilwred lour () and flve f) In block,
numbered eixty-elgut (w) In tlia city of Calm,
in the county of Alexander, and State at Illinois,
logi-ther witb all iheeauui'.rUht, title and Inter
enlol' said grantors therein Including tlx right
and equity of redemption of Said sirsnton, at
public vendue, to the fiifrlioat bidder for caalt in
hand, Inordurto make the amount now due up
on aaid note and tho Interest that attall acfi'iif
until the day ol Bale and the costs and chafes of
Hits proceeding, JACKSON I-KICK,
Oct. I", 4-w Mortgag"'
1'aMlc Notice Is hereby given that hy vir
tue of the power given uie in two deed ot
tniHt, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered hy John Ucvlna to ttiu undersigned,
Hugh Callahan, the tirxt dated May (at,
lHtfi, irlvcn to secure the payment bl a
proinifciory note of aaid John Devlne, of
even uaie itiercwiui, mr me sum or two
hundred and twelve uollara, payable six
month. lifter date, and recorded In the re
corder's office of Alexander county, to
book , at page 149; and the second dated
March th, INTO, given to Mcure the pay
ment of another note of tald John Devlne,
of even dale therewith, lor the sum ol two
hundred dollar, payable one day after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
lrom date, and recorded in the said record
er's office, In book 0, at page 8'.!); and upon
which said notes there is now due the sum
of 14UM.42, 1 will, on the :10th day ot Novem
ber, 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
wild day. at the front door ol the court-house
in the city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ot Illinois, sell at publlo miction,
to the uigketit blddor for cash, the following
described lots ot ground, being the same
described In and conveyed by each ot said
deeds of trust, to-wlt : Lot1 twenty-three
(1) and twenty-four (24), in block tilty-two
(02), in tbe said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all the right and equity of redemption
of tbe said John Devlne in and to said
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and Immediate possession of the
iiremiKes. Dated October 2!itb,lH77.
UUUII CALLAHAN, Trustee.
bAMi'EL 1. Wheelik, Atty lor Trustee.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
L'rbaine J. Lonhlenne vs. Marr E. Lonhlenne.
Bill for Divorce In Chancery.
Atlidavlt Of the non-nsidence of Mary E. Lon
hlunne, the defendant aliove named, having
been Uletl in Uie omce 1 1 the clerk of aaid
court ol Alexander county, notice Is hereby
stven to tne satu non resident iielumlant,
that the comnlainunt Hied his bill of com
plaint in aaid court on the chancery side thereof
on the Kith day of October.A.D. 1677. and Unit a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable on the
ii mi Aiomuy in tne monui oi -January, A. D.
1878, as is hy law required. Now. tbrelore,
unless you, theaaid Mary E. Lonhlenne, shall
personally be and appear before the aaid circuit
court of Alexander county on Use llrst day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at the court
house in uie city ot Cairo, in said county on the
llrst Monday in tbe month of January, A. Ii.
I 78. and n lead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the saint and the matters and things
therein set forth, wdl be taken as contessed, and
a decree entered aKaiust you according to the
prayer oi asm uiu.
owiA a. nr.r.vr., Lierk.
W. C. Mitkev, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. lrtb, A. D. 1077. . tw.
For Diseases of tbe
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs,
Cji Cotds, Wboopina
Asthma, and Con
sumption. The reputation It has attained, In
consequence of the marvellous cures it
has produced iliirins the last half cen
tury, is a niiillcient assurance to the
public thnt it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In almost every section of country
there arc person,, publicly knowi, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its use. All who have tried It uc
kuowledge its superiority ; and where
its virtues arc known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine, to employ to re
lieve the distress and sutTcrlng peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Ciikrky t.c
tokal alw ays affords Instant relief, ond
perforins raptd cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of tho
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat ami Chest of Childhood, It
Is Invaluable j for, hy Its timely use,
multitudes are rescued ami restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as tlio cures it Is constantly
producing nre too remarkable to bo
1 irpotten. No family should be with
(ut It, and those who have once used
it never will.
Eminent Physicians throiiKhout Uie
country prescribe it, and Clergymen
orten recommend It from their kuowl
cdgooflts effects. .
NtErABED BT . . T
Dr, J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell," MassTT
Practical sia Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BT AIX PBTJQOIBTI IVaBYWIIKWK..
Wt. B. BMITH
PhytloiaUL ate Snrsoon,
OfflM. In Winter's Block, eorner Hsventh anil
Commerelal Avenue, (entrasoe on Bevenlh.
lUsliWselalrteraU street, west ofW'sdloirwB
giHttlily ftimi, ruiniwt ih Mitatirtiv.
ftvini alajifn liir iwnifii'tia. JJr. UnrV
A f CAN. Asents wauled. Busk
441ms J. Wukt S cu., Bl Leus. Ms
Evanivllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetown, Evans
, x , Till), LouliTill,Clnolnnati
and all way landings,
The elegant side-Wheel steamer
altii B. PanxmatoN..,.. Master
Jhablss faNNixuTOH Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock d, in.
The fleet steamer
Bin Huwaao Usstri
bo. Thomas Clerk
LeaveeCalro every 8A'l'IJH.'.,v. .
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
With first-class steamers for rlt. Iiuls, Ueiu-
(ihiaandNew Orleans, aud at avansville wllb
hJt. AC. K. U. luralliiolntoNortkaiitl Kast,
and Willi the touUville Mail Steamers fossil
points on the IHiper Ohio, Riving through ro
eelpts on fitlj(UU and iiasaeuxera to all uulnls
For nrther tnfnrmation apply to
.l AMEri bUKiS, PaasenKcr Agent.
J. M. I'HILLIFH, lAaM
Or to U. J, UHAMalKH, r
duperlutenilent and General srel(ht Aaunt, ,
l.Mi-'JIl-lT. . Ktansvllle Inillans.
' ' '(UPPER CAIHO). ,
The Hteam Karryliiont
Will be run renularly. leavlnit Oreon
field's landing at 7:45. 9 and VI oYlock a.m.;
2 80 and o'clock p.m. durlug eacb
On Humlay she will leave the Urnllng at
B anu 10 ocioca a.m. and at It ot., anu
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Successfully Treated wrrh
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
SUCCKSfllsthe test of mrrlt.nnfl Iwrtvt In tha
treatment ot Catarrhal Aifirtions, ufn-r to
mstlT miserable rallurea, means uuUoubii'il tpoclflo
euratwe properties In tha rcmcil ust-i). ikrs
BaktoidI Kadioai. Cons for Citlurrti psoesn men
properties? The evidence. In. tho shape ot un oil.
cited tesllmonlalefrom tbo nott reepcunblc twoiilo
In all stations ol lite, mint bo couf ltiflvc on this
point. NeTer.we hcllevc, In tlr hliorj oi'norular
aedlrlnes rise such valnnMo testimony bi. n of
fered, freely offcrctl, in favor of ai.y rcuHxIy Hun
that In the poseenslon of the Droprlc u is of Hah.
Tosd'sKadicilCiiii. Am vjlual leas It Is, It does
not represent a thoutumlt Ii put t of tho rei oiniuemt
stlons which are tc-ilay tdei oil hy irlemlsto rriemli
In Its feror. People ol'wentili amlretmeinent lu all
psrtaof tbe eouiuryii ally admit lUK-iHTloiltyovir
any method ofenrs known to tho r-wnli.r modlail
profession, but Hum Ihi puh'.li'lty Inchlontul to it
published statement. Itenre tlio t Miinonlr.ls In
our notseselon repreeent but a sm-ill port rf
those withheld lor tno reason inentinaed. Thi
following uusolkitcil trsiiinoiiiul from lltvar
Wells, Keo.., of Wulla, I'arKo 'n.'e liTprcn., Ii
an outspoken lodorteittent of which wo are vuliy
Mers. "Wmts k ?oTTrn,t71ioloiialr Pttsnf''. '
Ronton, Mns.i Uf!lfMirn, lhayeff rwnioinu:.Uii
felt It a duly that I own li.Biifi'vrii.ir lit.manitvt
write yoti,r.!ai!i!ir i:ioj:rc:it t in til t' ..U liavo l
rived lrom the n. of HAroi.i'.i IiMHn;.i, err.::
I'oa CATA.nniL 1 oermititliairjijvrr I liavolim
niiueru wim iiiti. ,ery iTnuuic -tl m crwipiaiT l. I
luve tried nil tlio rem la max I crhl r.:: l. h'H
without material i t pi-rnu eni b rtlit. L-:t mil
tlteillseaae had urih cd ( timt at.ita that I u usl
bare relief or, 1 lo. lli'ir:it!r!iiioi:i)ir.!.nusi7ii ;i4
bad becoino so Innauik (, and I lie t-l'ii:i .ilt b ttisr
dcrcd, that It was a t!ou!tft:l ri; 1 1 r vl.itl. r I
could ito to tho I'nel.'teco.iet.or It I !! 1 gowi.i 1'itr
I should ltvo tij co:.in bacUrr n-.r. 1 r ivnn avpr.
ttiement of thumul- In.n-.il n!th' -i Vcicirvci y
IncreUuloua about kj. enks Oi I. ..; l:-.:r.io of any
kind, yet lm:'eeriteapenul.i 1 lib l t). 1,01 il w 4
at once bunelHod f it. TIi-m Imnj .f c'ini t
a chronic dlsnasoc f tliallrer.im '. lay wro ov r .O
may prevent my mil Ire n t.ir.u k.n. In. 1 1 ho b n
tt I derive lrom Itail lily uso Ii I in-: l.ri .V-,
nad 1 am hoping to b-j t Jini.it U ly curiU, aid ut
IubI arrive at arioet.iblaoU to".
If Uiis atateinei.t f l.'.ijl'jdca.. boef r.nywrelf s
to thosu alUleteilas I Itavn I id., r. di ..iil.lc r, : r
rli.K this r(:iiOilylntoi,iuroieiKTi,l nu. , . ; 1 1 .11
on the Poelne coit (wln-ro it 1 mm, Ii m tdca; l.v
object In wrltlnK this nolo will he oht-iliiid. ' ,
Very truly yoiim, HhMtY V.KLLS,
AC2WU.N. V.,June,l'!W. cl i'tiu,r'i4inoC;C3,
Each packtiea contains Dr. Cnnfonl's Imroycrl
Inlmllbg Tubi-. end full dlartiiua for u-e la all
,-RHcn. riif im. i vi vuiu oy 1111 iioii'sain nnil
Itetall tlruvsltitsandlii'aler!tlironi.'lioi:tilii I nlii ,1
Mates and Cmioilss. WKKKHl'i n Kii, I '.cmaai
aguuM uim i, nuieiaio I'riiuriHis, uoiori, Uuu,
This 1a t rrrtllV 1ht.t t ham been li-Jnir vour
Collins' Vouiaio I'Iaxthh, lor knlurK.neLt of
the Bpioen nnd lci'rtnnlun lu tho btoiuaeli, and
they have Rlun uui moru rullcf tbuu any othi r
remedy 1 have ever ntod. I aould l.ltfhly reeotn.
mend them to nilbult'jilfctfitoni Uiutucutaof pula
J. W.EULS. !
rtcxiaiva, Ma., June 3?, 1177.
Severe Pain. i
Hsvlngoccailon to arr-my for a rwf ititi
pain In my sldn 1 tried oin: oi your Oollihs' Vi.L
Taio Fi.tsTau), and In IWeaty-four hours I In Laia
waaeutueir removed. J. It bAMMlii. '
A.i. I Ca.tdii l'li.l Nut. lluflk.
TVrsosi, Misx., Juiid id, i v?.
Collins' Voltalo Plssters filvo tho best satlifac
ilon here of aaythinir thnt he Beeu tried lor
.amenew aud Wealfnvss ol tbe iiiu-k. Fb'ss.: seiid
Uiore rlgiit twsy. JAMait LhWlli.
ilkYAJi i, 111., Juno l'i, UT7.
Prloo, ua T!onts.
Da careful lo obtain Cou.ixb' Voltaic I'las
Tea, a combination of Klect, U' and Voltaic Idatm,
with a lilsUly Medicated Plaster, as been la tbe
above out. Hold by all Wholesale and Ketall Drug
fists Ikronghout the L'nlira btittea and Canedaa,
sua by WtbUH roTll.lt, l roprluiurs, bustuu,
Q. D WITaIaUJISON,
And Dealer In , '
i K. 16 OHIO tEVKE. '
PEC.AL att jatlot givoa toai!;anati aril
Can Be Beautiful-
ly DyerJ or Ke
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
Xo. 30, Eighth Street.:
fit, ln S CURK GUARANTEED.
WMII I tsatib)avrcase,andaend
DISEASES J :&XbftX
U10 Ml, Vernet) Siree., Philadelphia,
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio0 Levee,
SIGN OP THE ORYSTAITlIORTAKi :L
The Best Extract of Buehu
BARCLAY BROS., r OAJBO.
The Best Sarsparilla and; Blood Purifier
-1 ' : ; ; To Be Had at;li'5:-.Si
Barclajro'i Drug Stbxa
Agency for: Dr. Jayne's one(U6ine8 r
For Holmaa'o; Agub, PacJi
. Go To" w;;':;t'Vw':;;!:',;
Chillo and Fovor ISoAioinca
V At BarclaybTDruoStort.
THE BEST PLACE TO
' a .I..!'.' I ,
Snoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove ollsi.
- j AT .. -.. ; , ,
m .VifirirlVtHi11lfn cmmmvi
California Wine, Port arid Angelica,
If you want Boschees German Syrup,
. , one or One :Hundred Dottles.
GO TO BABCLATS DRUG STORE.
- - - - -'-i - t-J- .jJismj-i.'iLUati'i A'jiai.i ,
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, -
... Cream TartaTa Soda Etc..
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
" - i
Paint Brashes,Varnish BrusheSar, r j r. ... .u -
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
. . . . . ' f
- ' ' - - - Lat m 1 1 'F" MfmeUmmmmppmtfmmtmpmm
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORF
White Lead, White Zinc. Linseed OU,
Turpentine and AU Color
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's' Pills,
French, English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOKE.
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOR?
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
; Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
' . AT
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All " ' .
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Oorks, Sealing Wax' -1 - : tr
..'v.i: - and Oorks for putting up iruit
; - AT BARCLAYS' DRUG .STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
V i 1 AT BARCLAYS', DRUG 0TQRE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles,' -"
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Eres Tonic, ;
Malaria King, and an Ague Medicines
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, t
: i 1 ; V, ,AT DARCLAY8VDRUG 3TOE.
Cough Medicines of AU Kinds -a v-- .. '.:
- AT BARCLAYS', DRUG STORE.
Paper Bags, Wrapping
. ' r i-
' ! AT
Feather Dusters and! Couftt;j!ru:Jici vhvl
:i '(. .i 1 7i.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
I'.'VL. I,- 'I
Si til ..ll
i 4 it ' sr
i ,. .,- jsn.-wie-r ..-its,.iu(i un stint
. 'i i
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1H ' .tiJwi !... .....li
AO .., SM, J.MfciCsltf. -L
v I, ,
SVJ-I IIL' - .J. -I
:;i ' -"IVirlXaattdi'Ufle,
AT BARCLAYS' DBPGSTOIUB. ?lf;f?l!
l-XLi. L.I I
" ir.Atia Ta.i- m
Aaa,UVAS7, AJAaVf MUW;
DRUG ST0IIE.J t
. Hostetter's Bitters
J 7 ; " ;
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper and Twine
BARCLAYSV DRUG STUrtt.
BARCLAYS' .DBUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At Bdrclayo' Driia Otoro