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Til Cklewo Ward of trida nai taken
am to prohibit 1U from deal-
II. i "put" and 'alli,M In accordance
with iwnpr art dcWon
thattt wii llial ,-
It will l remember i, wu totorable to-
wtMopOona." " '"'i'.jZ'
Ta oflloUl count of tae 'ew York
election- &r the Democratic mJorlty
la the State at 18,503. The aenate tends
Democrat!, 1; Republicans, . JC; . Antl
Tammanr Democrats, 2, The assembly
itudi Democrats. 61: Republicans, CI;
Antwrammanr Democrats, 4; Green
back and Democrat, 1; Werklnjmen, 1,
Tm New York WorW finds a bit ol
charity lor Mr. Lo, In the fact taathe has
a faculty tor crowding much meaning
Into a tow Words; and not many more
striking specimens of savage eloquence
hare been seen than the speecft oi biiung-
Bull Drotesauiff snbmlstion to the Queen
of England and her agents. 'It may be
false In. so far, that the chief will target
the promises which he makes, but there
U something pathetic In the resignation
and gratitude which he prolesset when
nAtkiiir ol his benefactors, and some
thing startling In the fierce hatred and
Indignation with which he deals out
wrath In bis story to make his Invective
teHIiif. ' '
TUB EFISCOPAL PASTORAL ON
The pastoral letter of the House ol Bi
shops of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
read in the churches ot Illinois and other
States, Sunday, and not generally pub
lished as yet, among other things dis-
MHWtananoes lotteries at church lairs, In
the tolls wing plain language: .
We are reminded by our brethren of
the House of Clerical and Lay Deputies
of this general con yen tun, , wno nave
asked our counsel in the matter, that on
one point caution may be expedient to
guide the enthusiasm ot your Christian
zeal.' We speak plainly, for it has be
come necessary to warn the men and
bidden ground. " If associations with ths
gaming table, the lottery, the race
course, the play-bouse, are Inconsistent
with Christian character ,how much more
when a church thus associates itself lor
tbe purpose of advancing the Interests oi
Christ's kingdom! They put upon the
Hps ot scoffers and apostates the sneer,
that the people of God, to compass an
Inferior end, are as ready as men ot the
world to postpone duty to expediency,
or to sell truth and honor in the markets.
It becomes you, brethren, to hold
our hurch lHo and church
economy . aloot lrom : these
women in our congregations against any
measures In the manageraeut of ecclesi
astical or charitable aflairs, which are
liable even to tike suspicion of moral am
blgulty. There are easyopportuultles In
our parishes for devices which in secular
business are barely tolerable, but which
in the church have nothing whatever to
excuse their sordidness or their vulgar
ity, except that they bring needed money
te a worthy cause. It is not necessary
to specify these abuses, or to characterize
them as they deserve. It is enough that
they ' He close to the border of
unhallowed concessions. Wa may well
, ' walk long with our Master in His path ot
ot His kingdom. True charity can never
be mad one thing with eelMndulgence,
er turned into a thrifty traffic. As soon
as we are ready to welcome the principle
of sacrifice as the Savior has revealed It,
bringing the due proposition of all we
bare, to His service, these dubious resorts
of balf-falshless policy will disappear and
the kingdom will come with power,"
, ; MUNICIPAL DEBT.
An Interesting deceslon has been made
by the Supreme Court ot Illinois involv
ing the right of city authorities to Incur
indebtedness over and above the conatl
tutlonal limit of five per cent on the as.
sessed valuation oi property. The case
. originated in 8prlngfleld, and grew out
ot an Injunction Issued by a local court,
on the application ct Nlnlan V. Edwards,
a leading citizen of that city. It has been
heretofore held by tho courts-notably
by the Supreme Court of Iowa when
passing upon cases Involving the same
principle, that an obligation on the part
of the city to pay a sum of money neces
sary to be paid In the meeting ot current
expenditures, was not, intact, increasing
the debt, as the means required for such
payment was prevlded for in the current
receipts. Our Supreme Court qualifies
ttusconcraloa,intbe following langu
"A debt payable In the future Is obyU
ouslv no less a debt than it payable pre
aently; and a debt payable upon contin
gency, as upon the happening of some
event, as the rendering ot service, or the
delivery ot property, etc., Is some kind
ota debt, and therefore within the pro
hibition, it a contract or undertaking
contemplates, in any contingency, a liab
ility to pay when the contingency oc
curs, the liability absolute the debts
exist and it diners from a present un
qualified promise to pay only in the man-
mm oy wuicn ine itiueDteuneai was incur.
Ana since ice purpose or the debt
i expressly excluded from consideration,
it can make no difference whether the
debt be for necessary current expenses,
or for something else. In this view we
are only prepared to yield our assent to
the rule recognized by the authority
referred to, with this qualification:
ui, hh vi"iu'uttu.'i wmi at me
time be actually levied. Second, by the
leral effect of the contract between .h
corporation and the individual, made at
the time ot the appropriation, and issu
ing and accepting of a warrant or order
on the treasury for Its payment when
collected, muat onerate to Dnvent an
liability to accrue on the contract against
in- corporation, ine principle as we
understand it is that in such cases there
is no ooant, Because one thing is simply
siren and accepted In exchange tor ano-
umt. noen ine appropriation is made,
and toe warrant or order on the treasury
Is issued, and accepted for Its payment
worn oouociea, iae transaction la closed
upon the part of the corporation leaving
bo future obligation, either absolute or
eoUngent, upon it whereby its debt may
be Increased. But untU a tax a levied,
nere to nothing In existence which can
.-cX?!W'',od an obligation to levy a
paraealer Individuat necessarily Implies
. tf nave quoted sufficiently irom the
toccata show Its tenor, which may be
BOstamJ la UM statement that bo city
UUUwuvhost debt exceeds ths con.
atltutlonal limit; can legally borrow
money or Incur any debt, even on torn
porary loans, but that when the tax is
already levied the creditor or loaner may
accept a warrant or order payaDie wuen
taxes are realized, In lull consideration of
his claim, and this, as a simple matter or
exchange and final settlement would not
be Increasing the city debt.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Senatorial Caucus-Hayes' r Ap
pointment! , Cause) Confusion
and Wavering In theBopublican
Ranks-The 7 Army-IngersoU
and Cameron Cordoz", Etc.,
Ite. ;'.' ' .' K .
THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 12, 1S77:
Ths Senatorial Republican caucus held
on Saturday night seemed to result only
in an agreement not to agree as to the
policy oi the administration in making
appointments. It is said on as good au
thority as any that each Republican
senator will make objection to the conflr.
mation of such appointees as he chooses,
but that there was no agreement among
senators to support each other. - From
this it would seem that all of them rec
ognlre the recessity 61- interfering with
some of the notions of Mr. Uaycs, but
that a majority are cither afraid to make
an open Quarrel, or wish to postpone it.
Jjiile this uncertainty exists as to con
ing appojntments, there Is no less
CONFUSION AND WAVERING
as to an agreement on the other distin
gulshed feature of Mr. Hayes' course
the Southern policy, 'mere may not oe
an open rupture on either subject at
present, as the cancus seems to have
shown a disposition on the part ot a
majority of the senators to give Hayes a
chance to comeback to hl8 party allegi
ance. The irreconcllables are understood
to bavo been very fow. V .
There is a clear majority ot senators In
favor ' of
the bill ! which passed Hie
' KEMONETIZINQ SILVER, V .
but It Is now evident that final action
will be postponed until the regular ses
sion. This means until January, at least,
as the holiday adjournment will come
early this year. Looking at the work
Congress came here in extra session to
do; and at what progess it has made, one
is inclined to doubt the policy ot hold
ing extra sessions. .
, , ' THE ARMY. "
What has been- done In the last few
days ssems to indicate that no increase of
the army beyond 20,000 will be .allowed,
and that lor the present tie force will not
be reduced below that number. .
1 IXGEKBOLL AND CAMERON. ;, -
When Pennnylvania recommended
Simon Cameron lor minister to England;
and Illinois, "Bob" lngersoll for minis
ter to Germany, Secretary Evarts had a
right to say that these acts showed the
Impropriety ot letting the average politi
cian select men tor important offices. In
the one case a choice was made that a
prominence of forty years has demonstr
ated the great unfitness of. In the other
a man was chosen who Is new to the po
people except through tho noisy
PROPAGATION OF INFIDELITY.
A "reform" administration could hardly
appoint either of these, even if It wished
ever so much to conciliate the machine
politician. But Secretary Evarts seems,
In bis unaided selection ol another party
for another Foreign office, to have chosen
a man Sanlord as conspicuously unlit
as cither Cameron or lngersoll. it is to
be hoped that lngersoll and Sanford, no
matter what the political or other influ
ence may be wliloh has procured the
mention of their names for high office,
will be finally dropped as Cameron was.
and Smalls, prominent Republican ottli
clals of South Carolina, would give more
genuine satisfaction it it was believed
that they and others equally guilty would
suffer the legal punishment for their
But no one here believes that they, or
Patterson, or Parker, or Chamberlain, or
any other polltican of note In that State
will get bis desserts. The same spirit of
ouipromise which has prevented full
and fair investigation in Louisiana, Is
gaining control in South Carolina. A
few convictions, if not followed by the
legal punishment tor offenses, will not
satisfy the people of the country. .
! MORS INDIANS.
We have more Indiana here this time a
olvil enough delegation of those who
have not been enemies ot the whites.
They come .with small requests which
will doubtless be granted. Rkno.
? ILL FATE.
r-Deacon Win. B. Spooner, of Bristol,
It. I., died on the 11th through the mis
take oi a druggist, who put up the wrong
medicine. Issac H. Wadleigb, of East
Greenwich, U. I., died on tbel2tu from a
-At Dayton, O., on the ulglt of the
11th, Jacob Smith was instantly killed by
falling down a stairway. He was golug
up the stairs to bed, carrying a littlo child
in bis arms. His wile, ahead oi him,
heard an exclamation, and he slipped and
Icll backwards, striking tho back of his
ncau against tue door slU at the foot of
the stairs with such force that his neck
was dislocated. ;" ,
' The side wheel steamer Tom Morgan
was wrecked by her boiler exmodlna-
while woodlng.ou the evening ol the 10th,
at we ncau ot scrubgra&s tew bead, on
the Mississippi shore. The owoer and
captain, Dr. Howell, or Covington, and
the engineer ware killed, and their bodies
have not been found. The captain's wife,
the crew and two families of passengers
were saved. The Morgan U a boat of 200
tens and was In the cotton seed trade. '
Allison Bach us wai frozen to death,
on the 8th, near Cheyenne. He left (he
station tor home during a blinding snow
storm, and no trace of him could be found
for two days, when parties found his
trail and tracked blm several tulle over
a circuitous route. Finally tbeydlicovt
cred him frozen to deatblyln face
down, sear the summit of one ot the
mountains. He leaves a wife and two
children In destitute circumstances.
" At Columbus, Ohio, Matblas Banna
sister, an employe at Roster's brewery,
was killed by the explosion of a beer
hogshead. The hpgshead .bad . been
pitched to fill up inside cracks, and the
bung had become rilled with the cold
mixture. , Baumalster thrust heated
rod Into the bung, and suddenly wlth
drew it. As soon as the air entered the
hogshead exploded, the head striking
and terribly mangling the man.
W. A. Wilson, of Jennings county,
Ind., was seised with hydrophobia on
the 11th. Wilson was bitten by a dog
some, time In August. Considerable
stock was also bitten by the same dog,
some of which was killed at once, and
the balance went mad and died. Mr.
Wilson was taken down some three days
ago. He arose one morning complaining
ol his side and (he hand that was bitten,
and went to the water puid to gets drink.
The sight of the water threw him Into a
spasm, and he has been confined to his
bed ever since. He. barks and growls
IIkc a dog, and bis suffering is unspeaka.
ble. He has lorn his hair and lace fear
fully, and lost his speech.
ITEMS tJF INTEREST.
The first teel pen was made In 1S30.
Parisians are learning to play base
The first balloon ascent was made In
The first copper cent was coined In
New Haven in 1C87.
Kerosene was first used for lighting
purposes lu 182C.
The first use of a locomotive In this
country was In 1729.
New York streetcars carry 105.000,000
passengers a year.
Wade Hampton can call over 8,000 citi
zens of South Carolina by name.
Telegraphy has been introduced In the
school for the blind, at Nashville, as a
Arkansas has more newspapers In fro
portion to population than any other
State In the Union.
The price of sewing machines has drop
ped fltty per cent, on account of theex
plration of patents.
Dr. Theophilus Clark, who died in
Vermont last week, had been in practice
74 years. He was 97 years old.
One cent per bushel makes a difference
ot $10,000,000 In tbe value of the annual
crop ot corn in the United States.
It takes 8,500,000 yards of muslins an
nually, and eight tons of paper dally, to
make naoer collars for the American
The Louisiana planters annually lose
about one-third oi their cotton crops by
reason of insufficient labor. They call
loudly for laborers from the north.
A man at pwtCTftVtfit, recently
intoea rows, wiiich broke into it
potato field and at vines that had been
anointed with kerosen in keep oil bugs
Young men oi the middle classes
little disposed to marry, these timet, that
parents of marriageable daughters will
have to resort to the seduotive cbromo.
A Providence physician Is of the opin
ion that, it the city would prohibit the
schools from being open more than three
months in the year, tbe doctors and the
undertakers would have much less to
William Cullen Bryant, I.ongiellow,
and Bayard Taylor have recently been
elected honorary members of the Litera
ry Academy ofAthenp, vthich Is under
the special patronage of the Queen of
The testimony elicited as to the salar
ies paid the officers of liie lnsurahee com
panies fully justifies the belief that, by a
little care and frugality, almost any one
of them could go through life without
suffering from ohromc penury,
A maiden who keeps house for herself
In a quiet way, called at a store not many
miles from Boston, recently, and bought
a quarter of a gross ot bunches oi friction
matches, informing the storekeeper that
the last lot she had bought of him wss
lust gone. He bad sold It to her just
tweuty years before.
The drinking fountains presented to
the City et Paris by Sir William Wallace,
the English philanthropist, have proved
to be of such great benefit in tbe poor
neighborhoods, that one will be placed
on every square and avenue before the
The Pacific ocean covers 80,000,000 of
square miles; tbe Atlantic 23,000,000; the
Indian ccean, 14,000,000; the Uouthera
ocean to thirty degrees is 25,000,0005 the
Northern ocean, 5.000,000; tho Mediter
ranean, 1,000,000; the black Sea, 170,000;
the Baltic, 17i,000, and the North Sea,
Texas has fifty wheat producing, coun
ties, one-fifth oi which, fully cultivated,
would produce 86,000,000 bushels ot
grain. It has also 69,120,000 cotton
yielding acres, which li taxed to tbe
extent of their productiveness, would
yield 1,002,000 ' bales-more than
the entire product ol the world,
Public opinion in Germany Is thus re
flected In a conversation between two
good burghers of Berlin, taken from a
Berlin paper: First Burgher "So we
likely to have another war with
Frwosry Secona Burgher-'SLot us
pray that they may thrash us, 10 that
themay dsm poor ai wears."
The offloeri ot the Third Infantry have
been havlnr a rough time. They were
loostsd In Louisiana with their families,
when thejr were rushed North during ths
riot, Mid then, at twelve hours' notice,
switched off to Montana, without an oni
portunity of looking alter their wires and
children, and with no pay sines June.
Mew Paaenie. lfci
ttUtof ptt led to Invtntori or Illinois
1 1m Um Wkendlna No. IS. V"7. and -h
d(d uot. 9, 1877. ruinlcliea inn PF oy
Lox Cox Bollcltort uf menu, Washing
ton, D. CI
- C Crosby and.G. White, Forming
Fence Wire Barbs, Chicago; E. Ewart,
Corn Planters, Chicago: C. Kahlerand
J. Bichl, Tension Regulator for Calico
Printing Machine, Chicago; J. McAdam,
Wood Pavements, Chicago; p. Stover,
Wire Barbing Machine, reeport; A. an
Dolsen, Weather strip, Chicago; E, Ben
lamln, Planing Wood, Chlgo; A. A E.
Boone, Lock Bolts. Chicago; W. Green,
Sheet Metal Can Machines, Chicago; O.
Lumagbi. Zlno 8meltlng Furnace, Col
llnsville; O. Pflueger, Barbers Chairs,
Chicago; A. Weber, Corsets, Chicago;
H. Holmes, Eendcrlng Photographic
Paper, Translucent, Chicago; C. Merrick,
Bed Bottom, Vorkviile, Sara W. Merry
Shutter Worker, Qulncy; W. Scott, Pa
per Damping Machine, Chicago; J. Sears,
Cans for Packing Meat. Chicago; C. Toy
lor, Trunk Fixtures, Chicago.
I CHANCER! NOTICE. -Suueof
Illinoi, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Altiaiuler County, January
Term, A. D. K8. , . , ,.
Georgo Weits vs. Mary Xolte, Ann. Solte, Ida
KoTm and Arnsline Nolie-Bill 10 (omcIow
mortgage in chancery. , , , ,
Affidavit of tho non-rMld,net of Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Armtine Nolle, the de
fendant! above named, having bn hlel In the
office of the Clerk of laiJ Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice it hereby given to the aid non
retident defendant, that the complainant tiled hi
bill of complaint in said Court on the Chancery
,h Mth riiv nf October. A. I).
1877, and that a uramont thereupon luuert out of
Hid t.ourl againet ,nia aetrnnann, rciuruu,c
the firat Monday of January, A. U. I87. a is by
I.- -wiiiir! Nar. th-raforn. unli4, vnu. the ftald
,r. 2r.i... Nolt, Ida Nolle ami Arruline
Nolte shall pronally b anil appear iwmre the "aid
i iroii, ii,urt at Alexander County, on the irflt dav
of the next Term ineretx, ' nenoiuen mi me iouri-
la the city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
londay of January, A. U 18"i. ai d plead,
r or demur to the said complainant's bill of
iiKVW nr dp
comnlaint. the Baffle, aed the matten -therein
charged and atated, will be taken as confessed, and
URCree enterea against you accorumg to uie
prayer of said bill. .
A. lll.r.iDi vcm,
GeobiiI Fisueb, Complainants Solicitor,
October', W7. iNov. 1. Jw)
' MorteTsiKoe'a flal.
Notice is herebv ffiven that by virtue of a certain
sale mortgage, dated the twenty-eighth dav of Ut
cember, A. 1). 1874, executed by Jacob ii. Lynch
and Mary A. Lynch, his wife, grantors, to Jackson
Unc:., grantee, to secure wc puyiucw im ,wnu
promissory note for the sum ol twelve hundred dol
lars OI tnat uue, pajagte iwcit. hiuiiiu ni.c,
date, with ten per cent. Interest per annum, de
fault having been made in the payment of said note,
and there being now due tbereoa four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy eents, I will, on
Wednesday, tne twenty-nrst oay oi .ovemuer, a.
I). 177, at the hour of two o'clock p m. of sail
day, at the front door of the tourt-uouse,
In the city of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander, and State of Illinois, sell the pre
mises In and by eaid sale mortgage conyeyetl
and niorU-'aged, described aa follow:, to-wit s
Lota numbered lour () and Ave O) in block,
numbered naty-elght (") in the city of Cairo,
in the county of Alexander, and Slate at Illinois,
together with ail the estate.righ t, title and inter-
estof laid grantors therein fiicluillng the right
and equity ot reaemption oi aaia granwru, at
public vendue, to the higheat bidder lor cash in
band, in orddrto make tne amount now duo up-
nn AHin note ana tne interest mat snail accrue
until Uiedayol aale and tne costs ana cinrgeaoi
lliieprooeeuing. iAy,ixat9 i'nu.a,
uct. 10, i-w Jiorigogre.
Public Notice Is hereby triven that by vlr
tue of the cower given ine in two deeds ol
trust, ixecuteu, ackDowieageu ana deliv
ered by John Uevine to tne undemsneu,
Hugh Callahan, tbe tint dated 31 ay lut,
1875. civen to secure the pityuient oi a
promissory note of said John Devine, of
even auie merewiui, lor tun sum oi two
hundred and twelve dollars, payable six
months alter date, and recorded in tne re.
cordei a office or Alexander county, in
book 0, at pajre 148; and tbe second dated
March '-'il, 1876, given to necrire tlie pay
ment of another note of said Jobn Uevine,
of oven date therewith, for tbe sum ol two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date
with interest at tea per cent, per annum
lrom date, and recorded iu the said record
er's office, in book G, at paxe and upon
wbicb said notes there is now due the sum
of SVttSn.42. 1 Will, on the Mtll iy ! Soveill-
Off, ion, at Hi hour ol 1 1 o'clock a. til. of
said day.attne iront door ol the court-bouse
in tne city oi cairo, eotuuy oi Alexander
and state ot Illinois, sell at public miction,
to the highettt biddor forcasb,the following
d.acrlbeil lots ol ground, being tbe same
described in and conveyed by ea. h of said
deeds of trust, to-wit : Lois twenty-three
and twciny.four (24), ic block nlty-two
(V), in the aaid city or Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all tbe right and equity of redemption
of tbe said John Devlin in and to said
premises. Tbe purchaserwlll be entitled
to a deed and Immediate fossesslon of tbe
premises. Dated October20tb, 1877.
HUGH CALLAHAN, Trustee.
bAMCiLl'. Wheki.br, Atty lor Trustee.
: CHANCERY NOTICE.
Steteftf Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
Urbaine J. Lonhienne vs. ilary E. Lonhienne.
Bill for Divorce-in Lhany-ry.
Affidavit 01 the non-nauicace of Mary E. Lon
hienne, the defendant allots uaraul, haviug
been llledin the onlce tl'tne clerk of aaid
court ol Alexander county, notice Is hereby
siven to the aaid non-resident defendant,
that the complainant tiled his bill or com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the 15th day of October.A.D. 1877, and that a
summons thereupon Issued out of said court
against mid defendants, returnable on tbe
tint Monday in tbe month of January, A. d.
HC8, aaia by law required. Now. threl'ore,
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhienne, shall
personally be and appear before the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the II rat day of
the next term there r. to be holilen at the court
house in tbe city of Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday In tbe month of January. A. D.
U7H, and plead, answer or demur to skid bill ol
complaint, the saint and the matters and things
therein set forth, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOnV A. REEVE, Clerk.
W. C. Mct.xiY, complainant'! Solicitor,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. l.'.th, A. D. 177. flw.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
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Sparsnatorrhea and ImnotancT.
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Onrea Onaraateed la 11 Caaea
i o.uiuu.m. iMmts.Hy r sv letter fre n.J ln.li.1,
su rMHastlasadcorrtia4i'aMUrlilf mbSSmiiui,
. PRIVATE COUNSELOR
";, , "ot tt .nr i4Dr.ii, fosrtlr mini, kt uw
mwm ir.ai A. M. UN r. H.
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To Inventors ot Manufacture
i enta and Attorney! at
American andForaisTB Pateata.
No Feca In AUvauoe, nor until a Tatent
l8 allowod. A'o Feet for making Pre
liminary Examination, .
Special attention 'given to Interference
Caseg before the Patont Offlee. Infrlnim-
mcnt Sulta la the dlflerent States, and nil
"ligation appertaining to Patents or In
Stnd Stamp for Pamphlet nSwty Paget
, SITKA If BOAT.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and
Fadaofth, Bhawnestovn. Xvana-
. Tills, IuuTlU,Oinoiniiati
and an way landings.
The elegant iliTe-Wheel itomei
AE KANSAS BELLE.
fun B. PmmwaTQit Uaater
JBAHLC raiTNIHttTO!) leti
t Will leave Cairo every WKDNKSDATal
o'clock p. m.
The fleet ateauier
Jmw Cairo every flATIHtU.VY.
Each boat makes olose connections at Cairo
With fkst-claas ateamer for 81. LouU.Uem-
BhUtandNew Orleans, and at Kvanaville with
ie B. C. B. U. forallpolnUMortkaad East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fos.all
points on Uie Upper Ohio, giving through re
relpu onfrcighU and passengers to all points
For urther information apply to
JME3 BKKt3, PMssmger Agent.'
Ar ia ti. J. GHAlfMKR. ..
dupariatenaeai ana utnrnu J i
f reivhl Aswnt. " '
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Suocettrftitly TrMted wrtfl
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
CTJCCE89 Is the test of merit, and sweets h ths
ki treatment or I starrnul A I
treatment of ( atarrhul
rTeetlona, uftt'r so
nr miserable failures, meant undoubted spccltla
'ttlve properties In tho rcmeily u.eil. IVjua
sroBCt IUdioal Ci na far tutorrh possets such
BaJirOBO'S IUdioal Cl'RI Kir Catarrh notsess
propertlesr The evidence, In.tlta shapo orunsoll
Cited testlmonlole from tho most rcspoctablo people
in all stations of liro,miut be cnnrluslre on this
Boini.. eTtr,we Doiiero,intnai ptorym iwium
alfevo. In thai tttorv t' tmr iilnr
rnenicmes aas sucn vniuaui tcMmwi:
ich volubi , tesftRicliv L.i i.r.
tered. freely offered, in furor cr auyutiicilf thun
that In the potaestjon or lliopronih tors of H.vM
roao't KAPiCir.tr i;. And vuf i il lousli j. It does
not represent atliousaniltn part of tlio rceoinnior.d.
ations which arotc-uavolfend nrfrlendatoirlcnus
In luravor. rcopie orvcnitu a:i'ircr.iirmrrtnr.'.l
ptrtsonhcconutryunlly luinilt itar.nprrlorltvovcf
any method of cm o known to tlir r.etilnr rneillrni
profession, but tiiun llif piilillcliy Inriilentnl to il
1'uuu.uau aiiaivuiuTii. iu'itiu ,.iu ii:i.iu,iu..i)'ia III
oar possession represent, but a email part rf
those withheld fur tlto rw.on mini ioned. Ttm
following nnsollelteil teailmonlnl from H'yry
wills, esq., of Wells, r-.riio t ( o.'e I.tprcts, M
an outspoken Indorsement of which we aro ostly
Weftrs. Wrrits fc pnrrt !. iviioloaale Ttrtrrifti.
Tloston,Masi.i (,.(fn,i..i, 1 linvefiiriirriioinuiittis
telt it a uuiy tiiut i owo to snitcrmir immunity t
write yon.stntlui? t'lecreut lx ni Ut t:iMl Imvo !-.
felt It a duty Unit I owo to snilcrlnir humanity t j
write yon.stnuui? vie emu lx ni ut i:mi imve l-.
rived from the n o i f R.v ronn'e liAmi'M. 1 ran
rotTnnn. I or mor.nurmiJ yours I lun-elicu
I n.l. tint
amtctea wit tmsvciy troaiii . u c tst
have tried nil t!ia rem "II v.ijl I oiW Hi
without nmlerl it rr p rllu f.ii h.'i eilt, IaH li.lt
thedlseiue Imd aril ml nt tliat suae that I r. V.
bare relief or die. Tliocullrriei ii'iiunouit) M;rt
nau become so )iinai.ii'il,n;Kl tlijtoTi.ichi)t.isor.
dcrcd, thut It wu a doii'.iuil r.i ttif wlntu-r I
could fro to the l'ncldeooait, or Ii 1 ii: 1 po win ther
I shonld llveto ct:rf hat'.kor r.or. I (m; uu.lv; r.
tlsementof thlsmtUi l.rvuV :.!:.!' uli I li.isf very
Incredulous about ap-cul'-s ir i... in:n: ol a:iy
;lnd, yet In sheer fit 5;.crAli"i I tm rt tli'a, si d .is
ot once betieflied ty It. 'If aen iiu'-s of cii .i.iu,
achrontc illsoasocfl'iollv r.nn l i ly: ov r .0
-.may prevent my imiru r or u hi t the hen
fit I derive lrom list! illy iioltJLi f. .if',
and I em ho;inir to he r mi; 1. 1. ly c. J, ti.a ut
last arrive at ft r.frwc' ihloohl tie.
If this itHienunt t f i ivem.il c u. bo of niyse rrlf 9
to those sIDlcteil ut !li:,Vi)icn,HiliM.l1e ) fii t j
trlng this remedy lnftnon!C'!iernl:se,ir'ii l;: il
on Hie Fsclllc cmt (?Ik iv I' In.moh iirrdcjj, iy
Olijuct In writliiK this nolo 111 he oli'alu: l.
Verv ire Ivvow.
JlirsTY v KM.1.
Kaell r'iRS cmtilM I'r. fnnfor-Cj Imr.rr.v.l
Illliah&K Tub", t.utl lull dnectleiu li r IK .i ,.j
esses, J'rle.jaix. or solo oy ml Vilui, . 4
Itotnll rififii.....Jl. ..! t.,tt.r..jrti.'illttlH l-l.lteil
btslutuiul Cuniulr.s. I'tKS As I'd 1 "f l-.it. CujI
Ak'ente and tVholeulu JiniKnian, Vmi .ton,
fills la to rprtifv tliat 1 l.fiVA tislno
Collims" V01.TAK) hLnSTSiij for hulnriieuieili of
J. W. CKLL8.
, Juno 23, ir.7.
Having occasion tousc arroio.'y fir nrtriitferi
Sain In ru; side 1 11 lud -,ur l oli.i.' Voi,-
aio Plaits . and lulweuij luur hour. I tic Lulu
vusutki-cly reiuove.l. J. It hAMMls,
Ati'tCsthlni I'lial hut. Uutik,
TTnrpA, Mimr., Juno 13, I 77.
Collins' Voltaic, Plnctcrs giro tho best tsttsfto
tloa here cf snytiiiuK tii-.! luis baeu tried fur
Ltmetiess tnd Weakuew of tho Uai k rl.sw send
snore rltftil uwsv.
linn ajt, li-L., J una 18, 1 JTT.
lie careful to obtain CniMjts' Voltsio Flas.
Tss, a cuti.uliiul inn ut f leet, ic and Vultale i'l.ti .
with a l.lguly Medicated Plaster, ru . en lu tlio
above cot. hold by til Wholesale and Retail Dni-
,frVtttff!Sl!,ouVtE5 " Csnd,
no by WaEEb a POTltlt, rtonrielors, bostuu
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Wa. T8 OHIO LEVEE.
MCUAXsttentloi nlven taiaiiztinii'.iaal
lllltui orders . .. ,
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Lai'js' and Cents',
Old Hats Made New.
' CHAM, MIELLEY,
yo. 80. Eighth Street.:
'J CUIIE GUARANTEED.
I Describe your case, and send
. I with its cents, (Correspond
1610 Mt. Yemen Street, I'hiladclphia.'
ULorebrglvsn toAoton Stlagala of ths
pendenoy, la ths circuit court ot Alex
aptler county, aUta ol Illinois, ol a bill in
cnaucarv to nnloca Tendor"! lien, wheratn
ha is defendant, and Samuel Staats Taylor
f w,n Kmm traitooa or tba Cairo
City Property, are oomplalnanta; and that
!z ,ilm"n?D in add case li returnable oa
the Ant day ot the next term ot aaid
court to be holden at the court house la
the city of Cairo, In aiid county, on tbe
lint Monday ot January, A. D. 1878. v. , ,
Clerk of aaid Court, a
Orikn Giijiiiit, 9oMoiton. '
r. i a i ai ai
1 1 j Kit i is in. if . hi ii m
r a :mt . , - ....... . ( am im
SIGN OP THE GCLDENlii6Nbkio"tev
SIGN OF THE bRYStAI?ibRTAItr:9
The Best Extract of Buchu
i.uit'M i.' i .
The Best Sarsparilla ' and Blood Puriflr
Agency for Dr. I'JaypeSs
Barclays-7 Drug Otoro.
For Solman'o Aguo Fad
"""" ' 4" V- Go To ' :-:r--
Chillo and Fo vor MocUoiaoo
'i'J - i- el.-
THE . BEST PLACE TO
t.. ' . 1 '; . -i ........'.
Snoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove' Polish '
1 1 1- .' t . t-
1 1 1 - . -i
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG ST0HE. ! 1 1 P
If you want Boschee's
One or One Hundred Dottles.
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE.
Extracts of Lemon and
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc..
: AT BARCL AYS' DRUG STORE. ,
Shoe Blacking, Stove
it Ojvj " i
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Oolors
I AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. .
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
'K'4 - -' , Hostetter's Bitters
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. '
French, English and American Perfumery
: AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORED
Wax Flower and Artists Materials " 1
li AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TOR-.
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
v : ; Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
..V; . ' AT
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All J " " v
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax : vv ot
and Corks for putting up irruit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. 0-
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen v
1 v " AT BARCLAYS DRUG STO:?;
The Best Trusses, All Styles, re & w
" ; AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TORE.
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, 1 1 ij
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.?.
Cough Medicines of All Kinds
AT BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE.
t-. t itt ..-
ruyvr joogs, vy ruppxug
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOrtt. ,
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
. ; ' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE;'3
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
1 AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.!
il 'S .i, l
f t m n u
i"" . I-
iu.ii t ',
At Barclays' Dri Sfoiir
BUY ATTOUST i !FL0t7ER
.MI,U ska '
l 'sun a.a. jihl. i ggaaawii
DRUG ST0BE. . t
u.. i aij
' Mucilage. Ink; Etc.,
DRUG' STORE. i'?.
Brushes, ..,..,irf,fV4 vu"
; Whitewash Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORV
'L-J-i- .XsMJlU.IH.lUl J ' .
T ri ; : ;J; ;
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Kress Toniov, f.:;.?f ;;, . :
and all Ague, Medicines
n i m ; '
xraper ttuu j. wine ;?
iiiH A M
4r itf-i V'..',
At Barddytf Drua Ctoro