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CmCmum CoanoHXoQ on' Foreign f-
Ubktxa tymi noomnMoa Uie pau
tf6t ttttir fa; Amcrlan cpreseut
ItaAt rfffxpslon. Agreed
uAiLConmMM "m propoiee
tttal pprtprittlou of om hundred
tbVl&it Wftiff ! contain ' a claust
fottilfcpbqr of ttw wious methods ot
tooklncorn. ? ... y.,y r-. 'rj.
pbU iakicA,dYOtc much space to
tmtitioi tM Inquiry; "What will be
ourftBnbw oCJS):', Until the decade
196M9, our population never In any ten
ytarilicreaacd at the rate oi less than
3i per cent. In 185060 the rate was
leftfcJO per tfc ; But tho wages and
oterTilotwar, Includln' a decrease
ollmmlinUon, were so pernicious that
In'WCO-TUbe .increase was only at the
rat t in M 100 per cent. Until Uie war
thf"vnJlonalty. of the increase was vciy
remarkable, it waa at the rate oi rather
more Oun.3J perl ocot. a year.i This
would have ftven us about 43,600,600 in
ISTCjaat 'WO hare 4,000,000 less. The
Sua, lrorii an elaborate series ot calcula
tions; founded in part on the State censu
aea of 1875. "gucssce" lhat the entire
population of. the Union at the next cens
mi wOl te,'t)qie where near 47.000,005.
tu4 . mma mm mmm '
' TO THE FOIX'f . :,
WeCJIp the following lrora the .1 act
ion county' Erai Joe Pi Robnrts' paper,
andommen4 it to certalu eeutlcmen In
this city. ib tlVpoiit and express,
ta onr aenjjttnjSaUexaetly; i .,.-
VcmtVi'iator, to' -.do what you
wc&Oayflu&ft. That Is it you have
afitevmcM am want - to whack tome
ltilloWfNeMlto' heafl 'that hu 'WTAnired
yott, dint aiiJc your friend, tho editor, to
make atmeelJ the breastwork to reeeire
a thrauetdom your wmy: ' la other
woravnerer; aJc an editor to take up
your prWj quarrels or grievances,
thereto fiiWing him in unpleasant and
unnrafltaMe eontrorerslns. Whon von
write uyttfljur for -the press, indulging
the taaatla personalities, do so over your
own alfhatare, for It Is enough to ask the
dttor to allow you. to' exjhibltyour sores
to km vwue wrouf n nu paper, without
inahttor that t 'ball become a party to
the row, liTwhich the. imbue, ha?e, no
-Mr'i ; s ' ' - ,- -
.dsi kuwifT"" -:(- f :
Blaia-Hamlin and the Admin
oaja lSidle-Tlie Diatriot. Debt
,,' - BLAINE. v "
ytiik&Oxo, D. G-liOY.' 14, 1877:-
Senator Blaine's absence' from 'the city
prevented bis taking part iu a discussion
of much Interest io the senate on yester
day. , Jha appointment of lion. John L.
Stevens. o Maine, u minister to Sweden
andiray, wailojfe 1 thonate fm
action, and friends ot ibe gentleman nnw
occdp'jbtf the poaltion Opposed the con
tlrmatlooot Steven, 'ltere.was not-, a
pollthJat cohtesf, but there might readily
pelatoaentoi Stevens is understood to
nave been made; at the 'suggestion of
Senator. Blaine,' and he could very propo
erly bare taken yesterday's opportunity
to express! hU ideas, If be bos any, on the
subjectol appointments to oQlco reform
lnNenlee;Hc. : ' I ' ;
AKXCf SiXEf TUB ADllINlSTBiTIOX,
hut as there was an offloe depending on
the Senator'! action, he could not help
end'oriinf wl)Ht; the' administration had
dona. It there was a light-house keeper
oratidewaltor vawricy In the country,
tUla'vnarshJeold Senator would lorget
allth prmelples, ' polices, counties, or
lovo "ilfo ' Umeg!ln; order- to gea
llakaf Jbifnbllcan ln the place. What
tbeiaiaalllpUciaMpf Malno will do when
Haaattn anes -passef the understanding.
Mi f Vi ' . . .
fttM :j iSAYEl' POSITION. '
ffiM W. Hayejf of Saturday's
BenwWcaa Senatorial caucus la unoflicU
aliytWefi a tollows: ; llayesv while re
fusing commit himself on the subject
of appointment, evinces a disposition to
be guide! somewhat by the .view's of
Senator in relation to an appointments
yet to be made.', This Is not lu terms the
complete surrender which some antici
pated, Wt that will come If tlie Sanate
SticUtolStWV V, 'J-;
SOUTH OBOUXA THIKVXS.
CoBTictioni of such men aa Cardozo aud
Smalls to South Carolina do not seem to
me to Meet the necessities of the case.
TLa aaen are guilty, undoubtedly, and
ougU to Wpuiilahed.but there are others
as gtrllty at they and moro daugerous to
socletj:. from their greater prominence.
To punish the small thief and let the
. greater thief go free, is to invito con
tempt lor thew"dtu officers.
ramasov axd CHAMBERim 1
caaoot be reached. 1 earnestly hope that
the wh!te trash" and Ignorant negroes
who have been or may be convicted, will
be ttaruoued by Governor Hampton.
so fir ift'Hoimio It, Las been fixed
at twenty XSooaand men for the year end.
lng,Juna-30,187aV At the regular tH
sloa I axpoct to Ice an honest cflort made
to rtduee the toree to 1S,000. .
TBI MIXICAJt MtDPI.e
reoelvee Adeecrved noUoe In the armf
apirHUiiMfclll, and'erery acoundrcl
aaflipetlitof wbobbpelor profit out
of a war bi happy, 11 those people, who
really suffer from . Mexican outrages,
ould lave? their . wroogs righted by
statrJuaoarayon the'lilo Grande,
oi Cjrst bat la almost aura to fol
lAVi Glare wonld be excuse for the action
5MWytorday In providing
to-fc;- Jf t' tiactikaow! uu tbosa who
mj la urging toe
BtCv a JVUiy, wuh ur
4L !jl1iat moaey 'they -can
'. In alalo letter speaking ot the enur J
aious lndcbtncdncss ofthls district eau
that it was incurred by appointees oi
Grant and not by the people- themselves,
lhls Is true. Ono of our elty papers,
however, considers tho statement a rc
flcctiou upon tho Integrity oi Boss Shop
bcrdViI did not Intend io say that Shep
herd or any of his associates profited dls
honestly by the expenditure. The money
was recklessly spent - and brought no
good to the district which iu any reason
ableilegaocorre-'ponds with th uuwuut
expended. That isthe ffroupd M (&om
plaint It is only fulr to say that Got.
Shepherd, asido from profit on real
estate which he sold while " Imd the
flctitionS value hi echeme tt Improve
ment temporarily gave to all district
property, was a poorer man when he
retired from office than when ho accepted
' A "bridal lan" displayed in a New
York store deserves description. It has
a raolhcr-of-pearl lrumo, with, oval mir
rors In the end pieces, sel around with
diamonds, eighteen in number. The top
ot the fun is while satin, painted by hand
twlth sprays of orange flowers. An edge
ot exquisite lace, one and u halt incites
wide, finishes the top. 1
'John Taylor, the new head of (he
Mormon Church, Js nu hnglisiimnn,
about sixty-nlno years of age, very tall,
and of massive build, of dark complex
ion, with sunken eyes and features
strongly marked. Ills hair la white, and
there is a story that It blanched from
frlzht In a single night. He has rather
an intellectual appearance, and a good
deal of majesty In his personal bt ariug.
t The llrltiah tenm on Us trip to this
country"! nod' showing matches on. the
steamer every day of the pa;snge. M ra.
Arrallaire. Mrs, i'enton, nnd other ladles
of the party,' took part In the matches'; 1 1
Is oneconseqi'.enco of the Interest Jukei)
in rifle matches In the last fow ycars.tlmt
tho principal ateamers have established
amateur ranges on their decks, and In
stead of playing auitilcboard and
J'plteh.V pnfsengers now amuse them
selves by firing at target.
' A San Francisco photographer has
taken a Dhotogranh of. tho celebrated
horse Occident, when ho was trotting at
a Speed ot thlrty-slx feet per second, or a
mile In two minutes twenty-seven sec
ohds. The Imago of the horso was lm
pressed upon tho paper in loss time than
theohc-thousandth part of a second. Tho
spokes of the sulky attached to Occident
were takeu separately,' so that ,,they can
be counted This' la certainly a wonder
ful triumpli In photographing.
The rrinco ot Wales' young daugh
ter Louise Is getting old enough to go to
afternoon entertainments with her father,
lie appeared recently at an aristocratic
garden party, leading the small maiden,
who wore a navy-blue gown, and tho
most prettify demurer air in the world
HU children aro fresh, bright-looking
young people, not beautiful, but interest.
Ing. - Prince Albert Victor, who has Just
been seriously ill with typhoid lever, Is
sold to have contracted tho disease at
Sandringham in the same way as his
father did several years ago in conse
quence of imperfect sanitary arrange
r-lee did not become an article ot com.
mcrce until the present century; but al
ready In the United States alone thirty
ndllions of dollars are invested In the
business ' of gathering and selling it.
Large shipments of ice are mado to South
America and Asia, the European nations
supplying themselves with Ice from
Norway. There has been a remarkuble
Increase in the use of tho artlclo in the
United - States since -1845, when only
60,000 tons ot it were used. In the year
1870 tho consumers bought 2,500,000
ons, and probabably 5,000,000 tons more,
were cut. Beer brewers aro tho best
customers of the ice companies, several
uilng 30,000 tons of Ice annually.
Adjtttant-Oexerii. Steele Oivks ran
Most Plausible; Version, ok tuk
t'AUSKS OF THE TEXA3 IlOKDKR TllOL
BI.ES. Austin (Texas) State Gaielte, 11th:
"In an Interview with Adjutant-General
Steele yesterday, he advanced the opin
ions here expressed. Tho most serious
trouble with our Mexican neighbors oc
curs between Eagle Pass and tho mouth
of the ltlo Granite, a distance ot soino
four hundred miles, where tho conteat is
between Mexican thieves, who live on
the Mexican side, and Mexican and other
thieves, who, for reasons best known to
themselves, have taken up their abode on
the Texas aide of the river. The
people on , . both sides ' are
the same ' io otigla and language, so
that tHuautfAjigomSaxoa. origin can
not travel without being observed, while
a Mexiuaa urn travel freely without ques
tion, on either. aide ot the river. The
claims of robbery ot Mexicans mado by
the Mexican border commission willshow
that robberrics complained of were large
ly mado by men whose names point to
what la in reality Uie truth, that these
robberies were made by Mexican thieves
who were domiciled on our side ot tho
line. Thcsomenare citizens of Mexico
or ol Texas, as It liappens to be conven
ient to their derations ot stealing from
one side to sell ou the other. No other
than a Mexican can enter Into this thiev
ing ausincss with any prospect of snci
cess, for the reason that the
natives have DJ entire control of
this hitherto lucrative business, and they
do not like to be interfered with by fore
igners, i have no doubt but that we
have rascals enough to engago in this
business If It were not from the fact that
they must work to such great disad vant
age, tod the disadvantage! Increased by
the knowledge that the highest officials
are partners in tho wholesale robberies
from Texas. In- fact, ' It was clearly
proven that General Cortina had k con
tract lor the delivery of cattle lor the
Cuban market, nnd that one steamship
was Irelghtod off tin mouth of tho Rio
(Jrando, nnder that contract, .with
cattle, larrs jMttlofT of 'Which were
stolen from Texas, and ttit tho ' delay
In loading the Um ateamer-was owing to
the operations ol M'Nelly'i company in
torturing with the suceenRlul continuance
otthls business operation. It Is also
well known that the elty of Matamnros
and the vlllage. of t'amargo, Nncva
, Wusrreno, and others, constitute the mr.
ketstd which stolen cattle are drlvon,
ami there Is another dodge uot In the In terest
of the Toxas caitlc-owncrs. It is
this: That where the Introduction of
stolen cattle Is too evident, the herd Is
seized by the Mexican customs officials
aud sold lor violation of revenue: but not
one cent have I ever heard of as being re
turned to the proper owners ot the stolen
herd, I have known something ot Mexi
can diplomacy tor many years, ana the
result is always tho same. They ,' beat
our diplomats from tho family with
which men In what are supposed to be
honorable positions, aud arc therefore
taken as honorable men themselves, will
make statements utterly regardleas of
facts. The recent publications in refer
er.ee to a new treaty make Seuo Mateo
to say that prisoners were not given up
becauso they were Mexican citizens,
which is entirely tx parte. Texas otll
clals having been refused a sight ot the
criminals for the purpose of Identifica
tion, and tho correspondence will show
that there was a determination on the
part ot the officials aud the peoplo that
no-one should bo given up. It is true
that there were three extradited by Ucn.
Bcnavldos, the only ono who has even
attempted to fulllll the obligations ot the
Mexican government; but be it observed
that the publio sentiment was so strong
that ho was obliged to make the surreir
der at midnight. And now it appears
that while Diaz has shown himself as uN
terly unable to comply with his present
obligations, he is willing to lool our di
plomats with a new treaty, which he can
uot carry out and which his successor In
tho next six months will repudiate and
make another treaty just as tno Indians
do In tiie expectation of violating them
at the tirst full moon."
POLITICAL AND OTHERWISE.
The St. Louis Dispatch: "The eight
hour system is again being forced upon
public attention, but the sooner Itls drop
ped the better. The question, as the
Philadelphia Press remarks, Is not how
many hours a day shall a man labor,
but how many days in a week can he get
work, nnd can he live on the wages he
New Orleans Tlmn: "Tho Itrpart-
mynt of State, at Washington, has re
ceived Information from Liberia that the
climato is destructive to health and
energy, that there Is scarcely any elviltz
ation, that not enough provisions are
raised for lionro consumption, and that
provisions are enormously high. The In.
formation was sought by the government
In view of tho eolonl.a'lon sehemt'S (lis
cussed in this country."
(julncy lleralth "There aro evidences
of a well-organized combination of the
pjold-stamlnrd men to defeat the silver
bill now in tho senate. Falsehood and
misrepresentation are now being used in
the press, and by the clique of bondhold.
era and agents for foreign capitalists, to
work further dishonesty against the pco
plb. Money will no doubt be spent
freely it needed, and it it is required,
bribery will no doubt be unblushingly
employed to corrupt the men who will
decide the qucstien. - From the general
character ot the assault on tho silyer
measure a most vindlctlvo and unscru.
pulous attack one might suppose that
orders had beo.i issued by the Head C'en
tro in Wall street, and that every "organ"
In Hie land was doing its level best to
State Jiegiiter: "Waldron, whom
Hayes appointed United .States marshal
tor Tennessee, is not' only an ex-rebel
soldiers, but a person of such vile habits
that his wife seeks a divorce from him
Tho postolllcc editor looks the ganger In
the lace and cries wildly, "Can this be
civil service reform,"
Old Ben. Wade said recently to a re
porter: ,"1 don't believe George Wash.,
Ington in his time ever had a more hon
est and upright administration than t'.iat
of Grant." Ben knows all about it. Ho
knows how the virtuous whisky rings
were abused by the courts and the news
Memphis iWaMcir:: ."Congressman
Smalls, ol South Carolina, when a mem.
ber of the Statu Legislature was paid
$5,000 to secure a public printing appro
priatlon.' He has himself bribed other
members. The charge was proved, and
on this charge he was convicted. Tins
was not a political offense, but a felony
under tho Ststo laws, and It will be dif
ficult to convert Smalls into a martyr."
The annual report ot the Commis
sioner of Pensions hows the number of
pensioners on the rolls to bo 232,104, a
reduction ot 33 pensioners as :ompared
with last year. Tho amount required lor
tho payment ol pensions next year shows
a decrease or $500,000. Tho reports
from the 18 pension agencies show that
the consolidation ot districts aitccted a
few months ago has not in the least era
barrasscd the operations of tho service.
The consolidation of tho rolls recently
agreed upon wlU bo used In the Decern,
1 GRAIN IN SIGHT.
Chicago Journal, Xov. Mth.' ' '
Chicago elevators, as per ofllclal re-,
turns, contain 631,135 bushels of wheat;
405,91)5 bushels of corn; 100,072 bushels
ot oats; 112,034 bushels ol rye, and 578,243
bushels ot barley, making a grand total
ol 1,827,071 bushels, against 1,050,312
bushels ono week ago, and 0,140,235
Dusncis ai mis periou last year.
Milwaukee warehouses are stored with
533,580 bushels of wheat; 2,050 bushels ot
corn: 12,500 bushels ol oats; 23,109 bush
els of rye; and 228,277 bushels of barley.
New York and Brooklyn warehouses
contain 1,013,801 bushel of wheat; 2,,
11,3115 bushels of corn; 1,848,203 bushels
of oats; 184,103 bushels of rye; 627,182
bushels ot barley, and 314,751 bushels of
Grain In sight In the Btatos and Canada
on the 3d Instant amounted to 0,513,205
bushels of wheat; 0,500,843 bushels of
corn; 2,043,800 bushels ol oats: 6.74,228
hushols of rye, and 3,043,730 bushels ot
Exports from tho leading seaboard
ports last week Include: 48,41!) barrels
ol flour; 1,147,183 bushels of wheat: 1.
185,177 bushels ol corn; 22,384 bushels of
oat; 85,430 bushels of rye; 05,819 busliels
ol barley. . : . :
-- " ' ' - i a ;
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
' ' fi late Of the UtOharUa.
RATES: $2.00 PER D AY
ur rwiiui visa us irw iJ I B H n L I
J.fit .'. " " Bum m o
tn Hoot ..a tnMMW m a aa a u
, t turn Sm, iMtan Hn,CUH,IS,
r . ciiancekt ytnitK. .
f-Uttof lllinuli, Couniy of A.lcwulr.
tiicuit Court of AloI.uder' Cuumy, .lnaary,
Term, Avl. 1878, "v,v',,
(jeorge Weis v. Mary Xolte. Ann toli, Ida
Null and Ainttine Nolle Bill 10 iortclosa
mortgage in chancery. ... ...
Affidavit of the rwu-r:!lJnfe af Mary Nolle,
Anna Noli, Ida Nolle nd Ariutln Nolle, the ile
iVndmit above ruined, having been hied in Ibe
office of the Clerk of laid Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice U hereby gives to the aaid non
reiidmt defendants, that th complainant filed hla
bill ol coinulaiM In eaid Court on tho Chancery
tide thereof on the 'Jtlth day of October, A..D.
lfC7, and that a ummni thereupon iaaueil out of
aid Court against laid defeodjuu, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. 1. 1S7S, aa ia by
law required. Now, ttieirlo, unloni yeu, the aaid
Uary Nolle, Anna Nolif, Ida Nolo aud Amstine
Nolle (lull penonally be m" appear before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on Ike fint day
of the next Term thereof, te be holdm at the Court
bouse in Uie city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. 1. l'H, ai.d plead,
answrror demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, aud Ike nialiera therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill. , .
. JOHN A. BEE VIS. Clerk.
fiKOiina Kimukii, ConiuUinanrs Hclicitor,
OctobcriU, 17J. (Nov. 1. ir)
Notice is hereby ulven that by virtue of a certain
sale mortuage, dated the twenty-eighth day of Jle
ceinber, A. i. 1UH, caecuted by Jacob (J. Lynch
and Mary A. Lynch, bis wife, grantors, to Jackson
Krick, grantee, to secure the payment (if a certain
promissory note lor llie sum ol twelve hundred dol
lars of that date, payable twelve months after
date, with ten per cent, interest per annum, de
fault having been made in the payment nf said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy emu, 1 will, ou
Wednesday, tho twenty-first day of November, A.
1). loJ7, at the hour of two o'clock p. til. of sai J
day, at the front ilnor of the Oourt-liouse,
in the city of Cairo, in the couniy
of Alexander, and Slate of Illinois, aell the pre
mises iu and by eui'l sale niorigiiKe conveyed
ami mnrtRaKed, described aa follows, to-wit !
Ixita numbered lour (4) and live (") iu Mock,
numbered amty-eiKbt W) in the city of Cairo,
in the county of Alexander, and Mute at Illinois,
together with all the eataie,rifht, title and Inter
eat of aaid grantors therein iuoludlnjr the right
and eiiiily of redemption ot aaid irraiitortt, at
publio vendue, to the highest bidder for oaab in
hand, in order to make the amount now duo tqi
on laid note and the Interest tout aball aoente
until theilayot ante and the conta and chsrirpHol'
this iru.:eeililiK. JACKSON THICK,
uct. I, i-W MortgHKee.
rulilie Notice Is hereby itlven that by vlr-
tuu of the power Riven rue in twp deedii ol
trust, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Uevlne to the undersigned,
Hugh caiiaiian, me nrsc timed Mtiy 1st,
lHiD, given io uecure me payment oi a
iroiainory note of tanl John Devlno, of
even date therewith, for the sum of two
hundred and twelve tiollarK, payable nix
niontliH after date, and recorded in the re
corders oiuco or Alexander county, in
hook II, at p:io 118; and the second dated
Murcn zsii, iniU, given to secure me pay.
ment of another note of laid John Deviue,
of even ditto therewith, lor the nun ol two
lUUilreildullurs, payable ono day alter date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
Irom duto, and recorded in the taid record
er office, in book i, at page iw, and upon
which asm notes mere ia uow due tho sum
of 4t;.42, 1 will, on the .'iutb day of Novem
ber, 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock's, in. of
said day, at the front door ol the court-house
In the city of Cairo, county oi Alexander
nnd state ot Illinois, sell at puhllu miction,
to the highest biddor for caul), the following
described lots ol ground, being the same
described in and conveyed by each of aaid
deeds of trust, to-wit : Lota twenty-three
(1) and twenty-four (24), in block titty-two
ia tho said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state or Illinois, togeiuor
with all the right and equity of redemption
of the Haiti John Devine in nnd to said
premise". Tho purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and immediate possession of the
preiuiscH. iiaieil Ucioner tfilii, in, i.
HI till CALLAHAN, Trustee.
bAML'Ei. I. Whkki.kk, Atty lor Tnwteo
State of lllinoia, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
I'rhalneJ. I.onhlcane vs. Mary E. Lonhlenne.
Bill forU vorce in Chancery.
Allldavit ol'the non-rcaidence of Mary E. Lon
hlenne, the defendant above mimed, buvitiK
been lllcd In the ollice f the rlork of aaid
court ol Alexander couaty, notice la hereby
lilven to me buiu non resident ueientiunt,
that the comnlainant tiled bin hill ol com
plaint in aaid court on the chancery aide thereof
on tliel'dh day oi' October, a. b. 177, and that a
aiiiiuuiiisa Itaereiipon iasited out of aaid court
aKainet BuliV delendanta, returnable on the
llrat Monday in the month of January, a. d.
1H7S, aala by law required. Now. threlore,
unless you, the aaid Mary E. Lonhienne, aball
personally be and appear before the nid circuit
court of Alexander couniy on the llrat day of
the next term thereof, to be hoiden at the court
house in the city of Cairo, in aaid county on the
Hint Monday In the month ol January, A. 1.
lu7H, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the earn and the matters and things
therein set forth, will be taken aa confeaeed, and
a decree entered attuinat you according to the
pmycr of said bill.
JOIW A.UEEVE, Clerk.
W. C. MttLKiY. Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. I'dli, A. L. 177. liw.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A riNfularly tduffiitM n lcrlljr qutlilcd pbjriklan tud tlx
AustauirMurul, M btf jr?uu Will prvv.
forme or FRIVAT,
Spermatorrhea and Impotenoy.
t Hi ralt at wlf-BiiuM lb youth, ittwxl ftiniw tn m.
turrr yem. or oilier auc, tud ittlm iait unif uf ih' M
ktWiatf eflerli: Nervouiucn, rVtufiml KmifnioD. (oiitlit Dii
fltims Lt ilrcitiie), Uimnoa ofsiflit, Urfcllvc Ui iuory, yhj
aktlUky, Pimvlsion Face, Aviiun tnHotlUT of Keruaki,
CuufUftiou or ltkM u f Nisus I fbWfT, 4c, rcidviiui
aurrtM liiipruiwr or noliiiiiT, r lfaorUffbly ami pt-ruit.
ruty curwil, SYPHIlilS P',tv,'l' cntl aud
l?ml rtM(e fr"UMi iwiu; Oouorrhea
GLEET. Htriutur, UrctiUU, Hcrula, (ur Hupiuuj,
filMi iiiilolUt-r irivaUftllaMet qui.-klv cuini
U la wlf'trlilffil tlist a (jftyi-lclau li pa lal attontloa
to aeruio vital of liMavi, anl trcniinf Uiutwaiuli anuu
a!tv, '411 im (tnwt "kllL Ft.viicloo kauwlngtliii AtctttfteHi
rti ODitavtul prM'iti" to pit care, Wlii-o K i (L-'ijintuirat ta
Uie t-itf for irtatmut, jiMl.lne ran tie iet (iiivatcty
tafflr bj tunlUr Mprexia mjwUltt.
Onree Guaranteed in all Caset
l uuauitauuiM LHtratinaH.r nr bf letter fret trnl InTifra.
' Ohartea niwtioaLUtau'UijrrviiyUUklcMcvritr'titl wBliJttiiial,
Of 200 paM, ff ut to an? adrtrtn. Mure); atalH. tut thirty
(30) ct a it. HfinuM U rirl br all, Atlarvaa aa abofa,
UUtM bourt froiu Viiil. Ml P. U. BuDtlaji. S ( 4 P. Ifc
To Inventors & Manufacturs.
enta and Attorneys at
. law. ,
marloan andForaigtt PaUnta.
No Fefg in Advanoo, nor until a Patent
Isftllowod. Jo Fm fur making IVe-
Special attention 'given to Interference
Cages beforo tho Potent Ofllce, Infringe
ment Suits In the different States, nnd all
litigation appertaining to rntentsorln
Send Stamp fur Pamphlet aJSLet; Pagt
Tho S to urn Kerr) boat
Will ho run regularly, leaving (ircon
Beia'i lutulinir at 7:41a, 0 ami 1'JoVlo.k a.m.;
2 IH) ana i-M o'clock p.m. during each
' On Himtlay ahe will leave the lamllng at
H sihI 10 odock a.m. and at 11 m., aU at
4;:io p.m. , ;r
yM. B. 8MITH ,
Phyiioian Sc Snreeon,
Olucalu Winter') lllock, eornsr Heranth anil
Coiuuitralal Avanae, (eatranoa on Mevenlk.
stetlUeiioa TbirteeulO itrue t, wait 01 VVashlngfoa
Evinivllle, Cairo and Memphll
Steam, Packet A,
Paduoah, Shawneetowu, Evarn-
y Ttue), iiouieviue, uinoianau
- ; and ftll wy Undingt.
The elegant alda-wheel itnunei
ULnB. PanKinoToit Matter
JUAtu-aa riNifiMOTOM ...Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNKHDAT at
o'uoci p. m.
The fleet steamer
Bin Howahd ...
Leavea Cairo every
Each boat makea flute connection) at Cairo
With Arat-elaaa aleamertfor HI. Louis, Mr m-
rihlaandNew Orleaua, and at Kvanaville with
heK. AC. K. K. forallDointaMortkand East.
andwithtbe Louisville Mail Steamer) fo ball
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
DDluta ou freight and paaaengera to all point)
or tirtntr information apply to
, JA11K3 IlltiUS, Paaeenger Agent.
Or to ' U. J. 6HAMMER.
dnperlntendent and General freight Agent,
itt-o-'ju-ir. r.vanavuie inuiaem.
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Suooaaarolty Treated wtttl
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
treatment of Catarrhal ASKtlnns, after m
curslWe properties In tt.u rrmwljr luul. IKx-a
BirrosD'i iuvioal Cimc for Catarrh putcpsa find
ttronortlofl? Tha ovltlcnon. In ttia sliunn at unroll.
Cited UstlmcaUISfromllio uwsti'i'srMtotalilapaunla
tn all atatlon) of llfo,miut bo com lnolTo on tlila
point. Hver,we uellcro.in tdoliUtory 01 opi:lar
madldnae but such vnluulili tectliitui.y tr. n ur
fered, freely offLnil, In f:iv(ji'tf iinyivmnly (liuu
tbat In tha possesion ot tho r.toniK ti:r or Hn
roD'sHADioALCLna. Anil vsfual itn.lt il.-ca
not represent ntltotisniMiili part oftlio rci'oi.ancnil
ationsivlitchurutoUnyuu'oiril by i'ncnilatoirlru.la
parts of tho country dully r.Jmlilwri'.pc rlorlly over
any method of cm s linoivn to tlm r.nular inc.licul
profession, but elinn tlm pnlillclty li.cldT.tal to a
pnbllshcd statement. Iloncn tho testlmonlnls lit
car posMffiloti represoul but n small part c.f
Shots wltlihfld fir tho rriw.n mcnlinaoO. Tin
following unsolicited testimonial item ll!Nny
Wills, Esq., ot Wells, I nriro ii Co. -a litpron, Hi
an outspoken Intloreuuientof which wo oie 'ustly
Wwm, TVeitKii ft roTTni-Wholennlr! froirirlstn,
Tloston, Miws.i Ufnlh turn, llirvvnlortoniniiiontliui
felt It a duty th.it I ono tn aiittcriiitr Immunity to
write jron.slntliiK t!ioi:rent b. ni fltt'i.al huro ilfl.
rWed from the un it SANPiino'a Kaukil t'vi:a
FoaCATAnmt. lori.ior.itlnn.Oyeiun I huvchti'ii
afllletod with this very troiibl-srouo cn,nilali.t. I
fcava tried nil the r.mc.li- s tlial Ironld llu.l, "r-t
TTllhout matprlnl nr iiernivcnt bancflt. Lust Isil
the disease had arrived at that ite-la tli'.t I n n.
have rullcf or dlo. 1 ho entire mewhrawms ay: '.cm
tad heroine so liiflaii cit, nnd tha rtolimch s ) dlsur
fleritd, that it Tins a doubtful nntti r Min t;,, r (
could (to to the l'aclllce onsr.or If I ill I no win ther
1 shoald llvo to como back'r n 't. I k.iv unadrer
tlsoinent of tiilsin d-u".n:,.l i.ltheiiuli.iiiiivery
Incredulous (ihotit 4 1 ellUu or v,-a.:.:i ci any
kind, yet In sheer desperation I tried tli', or A :.
at onco benefited by It. Hu ill mit 'S i.f cli.u J.i,
acliionlo disease ol'tho liver, and ny ne r.vc r '.0
-may nrcvent invent Ire, riLit.T-.ll' ji.1,li t tie It: n...
fit I derivo from Its 0 illy uso lui u:n (iui.ir:0M,
nod 1 am hoping to bo t om h.ti ly cured, utd n
ion, arrjvo u m rosiM-uui'iiu oii'j.
Iftliisetatoinent ori.iyuaiiocaiibiicf ntiraoirlm
to those afflicted as I have been, nnd unable )'.'. to
tiring this remedy Into more tv'tu rul r".e.tpierill
on tuo I'acllle. const (tvlieru It w tu'ieli needed), uy
object In wrltlnu this nolo will ho ehuhn .1. .
Very truly vntiM, lU:r:PY ri i.uit
FneTi psekirjo renlalua Dr. rnnfard'a iTrinrored
InliallUE Tube, and full illaetloin It u.i l:i nil
rases. rrlceHUO. I or t.iloby ull Wiruh sule an l
Kctall Urunitlris nndliralentlirojj.hiit'tl.i t'nltnl
ritatcs ond t anadaa. WDKKB 4 1'0'1'Kll, l, acral
AtfCnta and Wholesalo liniKKlsts, llirTtou, Muti.
Thla Is ! certify that I hnro been usln yonr
Colmms' Voliaki i'LASTans tur bnUiKoiueut of
the Spleen ai'd PeMreiwIun Iu tUo Hioiuutu, and
they have given me lnoio velluf Uiuu any oilier
remedr 1 have ever ussat. J would butbly rwou
Biend I hem to all cuUvrlXif tTbui Uio tifccla of palu
J. W. BELL9.
rimirxo, Mo., June 28, 1PT7.
R arlng oreaslcn torso aremnilr f .r trrr ttrrrrt
rain In my aldo I tried tuu of our CiLLias' Voo
sieFuBTaaa, and Iu twtuly-lour hour, the noiu
was eutlrely removed. J. II MA MM Is.
Av-'t CaabU r Klist Nut. lisult.
TVISOITA, MlSV., Juno IK, lTT.
Collins' Voltaic Plasters Rlvo tho best tatlsfac.
tlon here of anytliliiK tint bus beeu trlod lor
Lameness aud Weakness of tho Uni'k. Please send
lucre right away. J A.MtS LtH lb.
KaViAT, lu.., Juue 10, IST7.
. IrIoo, Ui Cants. .'
Ho careful tn obtain Coi.r.tm' Voitaio Plas.
Tbs, a couiblnatloii of Electric aud Voltaic Platre,
ltb a big-lily Medicated Plaster, as seen In the
above cut. Hold by til Wholesale and Retail Drug.
lata throughout the fnlted blues and Canada,
and by Wtti.6 POTTlilt, Proprlttura, bos too.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
ABd Dealer In
X. 18 OHIO LEVEC ,
PEC.ALettJniiu ?lyoa tainlxi rutt'.i 4 n I
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Ladies' ad Gssii',
Old Hats Made New.
CHAN, SIIFXLEY, i
ao. .10, Eighth Street.:
Sldn " V emit ' fir) ARATmiKD.
' I Di'scrilieyournise, and send
DISEASES wl"h rents, iCorrrannmli
IMP Ml, eraan gtreet, i'hiludelpbla. . .
Mioreby flven to Anton Btlagala ol tli
lienilency, in the circuit court ol Alex
ander ooimty, itata ol Illinois, ol a bill in
chancery to enlooe wntlor'a lien, whoreln
bo dofondiint, and Samuel BtnaU Taylor
and Kdwln lUmoiu, truiteci of tin Cairo
City 1'roperty. aro complainants; and tbat
1 he lummoni In laid caao l raturnabla on
tho llrat tiny ol the next term C laid
court to be boldcn at the ooutt hoiixe In
the city of Cairo. In laid county, on too
tint Monday ot January, A. P. 1I7S. r ,;
' Clerk of. laid Court,
Grikn A Gii.niRT. SoUolton.
Cairo, Kov.7, m.
SIONOP THE GOLDEN LION; ' Ohio " Levee,
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,"
?i I c,Y??Bt9,!AKenuo Eighth Sti-eet.
The Best Extract.of Buchu
; .Sold By "-
BARCLAY BROS., -v - CAIRO.
The Best Saraparilla; and ' BloodiPdHfler
.L.'-.iTo'Be'Had at m';..', ,
Barclays' Drug Storv i
Agency for Dr. Jayne'tedicinea-cf "
For Holman'o1 -Aguo ; Padp
GOTO, v.- ....
Chills and Fovor ModiqinQp
At Barclays' Drue Stortr
THE BEST PLACE . TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
California Wine. Port and An..
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles. 1
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, tcu?
AT BARCLAYS DRUG STORE. ,
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Mucilage, Ink, Etc., '
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ' " ' u "''"
Paint Brushes, Varnish
Coarse and Pine Combs,
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oilf ,
Turpentine and All ibolors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills; ;
French, English and American Perfumery T
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.-
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials - ::i ' ' J
' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORc
. . , . . . 1 i - . J 1 jj u.jusi 9
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone indigo, Madder, 1
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. "' ;
Homohfc Medicines ;"TTrr- " ;.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. -
AlfKEdTof Almanacs Free to All 7
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax-
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen v
- AT BARCLAYS'. DRUG STORE.
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
a, Malaria King,
' AT BARCLAYS'
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens f and liiltVff y
ti yi V V U AT BARCLAYS' DRUG , STORE. -,L
j l.-i1 t.K:S lUlili . U.il.--
Cough Medicines of All Kinds , . ri rn - .$
AT BARCLAYS', DRUG STOBeU -
Paper Bags, Wrapping F&per and Twine i: .;,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STUHeV '
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes j ?
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
; ' - ' ' ' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.. b'j;
- At Barolayb' Drua Btaro
t.lfMJJ A 4 II AM'
. k ,... ....).. il tmi tin .... '-"14
II I Hill fill i I m
BUY AUGUST "FLOWER
j-t iji 1 ti t
..MOV..VM, ,if , ..., v ri. ,
Brushes, a jr.,, r, . r
I-1 1 . . c
and Hair Brushes
BARCLAYS' DRUG ST0RF
DRUG STORE. V ' .V ,, I'
and Corks for putting up trhn
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE." :
Kress Tonic,- 1 !
and all Ague Vt edioines
i aasa- .W lWaiiln m . -w T Oa
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOHE."