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THE BORDER TROUBLES.
Cm. Jahn A. Hrt lai-imnit t;iva llla'i
lilivi on lliw Harilar Irounu-i..
Open Letter to Honorable W. M.
ScHwai iplp, HI., Ueo., ift 1KT7.
Hon. William 31. Springer, 1, C:
Deau JSih: Our Lordur complicaUoBH
are critical and difpiietlng. They Involve
two 'jucttloua ono of Immediate danger:
tbe otber of oft-recurring luture danxr.
The dUcuilon of one ot thoo (lUCftiona U
tbe dUcuitslon of botU. , '
Tbe tame of the exlHtiuK trials must be
judged in tbe Ugbtof reaon and experl-
eneo. lo 1811, we lad adifputp itb
HbAlco, turning upon tbo-Routiirt'Catei-ii
boundary of Texan. Prcbiilent J'olk wua
pledged by bis election to Insist upon tbe
line ol the Bio Grande. After some dulsy
on bU part to atxert that line, be was pres
sed by many of bis friends of bis adminis
tration to do 10. On tbe otber band, tbe
leaders of tbe opposlton party protested
against it, as an act of war in its conse
quences, if not iu itself. Between con
flicting influences, be adopted a middle
course, sending simply a military corps, of
observation to tbe lclnlty of Ibe Bio
Uraude. The weikn of the :orp, and
its advanced position, incited tbe Mexi
cans, in ignorant hardihood, to pass that
river and to precipitate an attack. A war,
lhus segun, was accented rather than pro
claimed by the president, and tbe responsi
bility of initialing It attacben to tbe enemy.
Hut what was thus gitned in one sense
was more than countcrbalaaced in anoth
er. Tbe war In.-ted lor years, whereas a
bolder coae uilht have averted or crusbd
it by a single decisive stroke, in Its incept
ion. What is the de duction?
Now we bare a border trouble, lr not a
boundary diipiiie. In tome respects, It Is
quite as irritating; la others, more offen
sive than its predecessor. Our territory !s
habitually entered by lawless Mexican, to
plunder an alarm in peaceful citizens. Ke
nionxtrances failing to jarrcst thee outra
ges, detainments of our troops have cross
ed into Mexico in pursuit of tbe banditti,
and to recover their crminlnal spoils.
War, then, in degree and irregular form,
already exiets, which of its own course,
alono, .must sooner or later erentuate In
regular, lormal war. One of tbe pccullari
ties of tbe situation is, that the adoption of
suitable provision to meet that event may,
and must almost certainly, promote it.
Hence, there is danger in standing still, or
1b racading or advancing. TTtai is trans
piring, however, must aoon resolve the del
emma. Both sides are snow assembling
jealous and rival arinfea unnn t rie frnctleU
Itictc armies conlronied, ana only separa
ted by the narrow bed of tbe Bio Grande,
can hardly avoid embroilment. Accident
or the wilfulness of one may serve to bring
Then, since we are involuntarily, if not
irresistibly, drifting warward, what does
common prudence and patriotism dictate F
This rjuestion has been varlouily answer
ed. Among otber things it has been Inti
mated that tbe order to our troops to pur
sue, across tbe border, intruding Mexican
robbers, should be revoked. To do this
would be not only to impeach tbe validity
of that order, but to incite these robbers to
persist in their outrages.
Again, It has been suggested to increae
the number of military potts upon the bor
der, or to connect those already established
by a series of cantonments, which is prac
tically tbe same. This scheme appears to
me to be liable to several objections.
While degrsding tbe army to tbe office of
a roviag constabulery, unsupported by a
strong force, it must prove Ineffectual in
the present emergency. Its purpose is
purely defensive, and to routine co-evally
with Mexican law kit nets. It must be
attended, in tbe meantime, with heavy ex
pense, which tbe sense and spirit of the
American people will illy brook. It per
verts tho design of fortifications and gar
risons as a barrier against organized and
formidable Invasion to the use of a picket
against the inroads of straggling and vaga
bond thieyes, whose crimes should chal
lenge the care and cognizance of.thcir own
More wisely, in my Judgment, it has been
advised by.experienend and distinguished
military men, that the regular force on the
Ulo Grande be increased. Obviously, this
is proper, whether to overawe or to con
quor a hostile outbreak. But the Increase
must be timely and adequate, and, il not
within the limit of tbe regular army, with
out uncovering other portions of our ex
tended frontiers to Indian butchery, then
out side of It by the addition of volenteers.
Above all things, let there not be a dishon
oring sacrifice of handful of. brave and de
voted men sent forth upon a rude and rash-
At the same time, 1 think our policy to
wards Mexico should be essentially chang
ed, Temporizing and negative expedients
nave neen long tried in vsln. Henceforth
let our couie be firm, vigorous and pos
itive. Self-preservation Is the first law of
nature. The rights and duties of a nation
are correlative. These rights concern eith
er the-natlon in its collective capacity, or
the individuals composing It, and, among
other things, impose upon the nation the
duty of maintaining both its boundaries
and tbe lives aid property of its cltlzuns
Inviolate against the.lawlesa Incursions of
banditti, Therefore, upon notice to tho
Msxlcsn authorities or this purpose, and
their neglect or failure to restrain and re
dress snch wrong, it would be competent,
with the cesent of congress, to resert to a
system of special reprisals to punish and
indemnify them; and the resort might be
purlshed, consistently with the laws of
nations, to the seizure and appropriation,
not only of the property belonging to tbe
deUBWBt nation, bat to the islxure ot
pinraai anl territory belonging to it, lush
0lo, aBullwtlja la - iaUd -
sciurestionuiitd to tho ends of pecuniary
lndcuinlllritinn, and to the occupation of
portions within the Mexican territory
I'Oinmbudjiig fie npproachoe to oar bor
der, would be simply indemnlficatory and
ler.nire, while lullilng bslowtbc forip-of
regular war. If Mexico should accept
i htm as csu'H of war, then, let the respon
sibility til the consequences rest on her.
' Yours, very rcKpectfully,
John A. McClbrnanI).
ASK lite recovered
sufferer, victims ol
fever and ague, the
mccurial dlscuwd pa
tient, how tlioy rccov
end health, Uirful
(liirils, and good ap-
jidit tlicy will tel
vou by Uik IriK 81m-
union's Liver P''(ra-
THK ( liKAPKS r. AND IltSl'pAMT.Y.MKU
1C1NE1.N HIE WORLD.
For ijV.PEFSIA, COXS1 Jt'ATION,.Taudlc,
iiiousatiM, SICK HKAIMl.'IIE, tour., ln
rujuiou or Mptrita., fcOL K SIOJJAtll, Heart
Wtrn, no. , eic.
Ibis unrivalled Soutbcrn Ri'raedy Is war
ranted not to contain a rsrticie of Mercury,
or any injurious eubntauce, but is
containing tlione southern roots anl beilu which
an ail wa provldince line jIiic1 In coui.lriea
where LI vtr Diwanen iiriv.il. It will cure all
ninaaea cauneil by derangement os the Lver
Theyrup'onia of Liver Compmnt are a ou
ter or had late in the mouth! i'uin in the buci,
hiilea or .loinia, olten mistaken for rheuma
tiirniaour ntoina:li, loaa ol appetite, hoelk
all'rnalely contive and lux nadaehe, 1oh oi
memury, witn a painful aenaeUon of havinK
fu,!..l it. H. annit'thinir which ouutit to hae
Uend ihc. det''lny, low npiriie, a thick yel
low appiurahce oi ilic !:!! nnl ayes, a ury
couirh olten nuatak- n for eor.eiiirtption.
bnine line many of tliese ampionii attend
fhedimai. at othera verv few, but (he liver, lh-lurg-pat
organ in ihebodv, ia ifenerally the eet
of dineuea and if not regulated In time, Kreal
suffering, wreti:heduesi andlJr.AiU wi.l en
sue. I can recommend as an efficacious remwly for
diaeaseaol the Liver, Heartburn and l)rnpvl)m,
Binimons' Liver iteirclalor. Lwia Wundcm,
Via Manier utreet, AanlnUut loimaiiter, I'hll
adelubla. "We have teateil Its virtues, personally, and
now that for Dyepepil', lliliounta and
ThrobuiiiR Headache it u the leat mediclue the
world ever saw, We have tried forty o'her
remediei before Simiuom' Liver iulator,
but none of them fruve u more thn Umporary
relief; but the IteKUht'or not only rdieval
but cured us. "-LD. iauEOKAi'U ajiu Mtsr.s
osh, alacon, Ou.
Kothmir is so nnp'.ea?ant, nothlnK so common
ox had brcalli, and in nearl every ca It coulee
from the Momach, and can be eaiijly eorrect
! if you wiU tako aiiumuna' Liver UrKulator,
tin w.t r.AirlM'l n mitrf H relnellV fur tills rt-
pulbive di.oril.r. It will alej iiupruve vour
Aptit, complexion, anil Utnerai iicaiio.
This distressing, affliction occurs moft fre
quently. 'Die disturbance of the stomach,
arisinir from imwrfectlv dinesUKl contents,
caiioeu a aevere pain In tin hel, accompanied
with disairreeaUe nausea, and this consiuutes
wliat is popiJaily known as bick lleadiu uc or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
Contains four mrdUMi 'rnnts, never
a ,i, mmf !' r-onnrtioa in any
other vrcparat ion, vu: a gentle wimuuv, -weriul
tonic, n uneaceplirnalile alU'raiive
and a certain Corrective cf all impurities oi
the body, such signal success hia attended its
nu t .at it Is now regarded aa U.
As a Kemedy in
MVLAIUOUS KKVKRS. BOS EL COM-l'LALVT-t,
DVSPEl'MA, MENTAL UEl'Ur
S1CN,KE1LK.S8.NESS, JAI'MliK E, NAl -sm.
SltK HKAICE. CO JO, cowir
Ai'ION and III lOL'SNESS
IT HAS NO tyL'AL.
Armed witb this ANTIDOTE, all changes of
el lmate and water and fond may he faced wltii
out fear. Aa a Itemedy in MALA RUM'S
FKVKKS, HO.VEL COMPLAINTS, liLST
LEijS.NKbS, JAUNDICE, NAL"KA,
MASCrACTUHKD ONLY BT
J. II ZK11.KN,
Pr'c Sl.iifl FoM hv all lntggi;ti
They Believe Fain.
They subdue swellings.
They cure burns without a scar.
The The White Centaur Liniment is now
the standard remedy lor ltheumntism, Neuralgia,
Scialiia, Lumbago, Frosl biles. Called Pieasu,
Itch, Cutaneous hruptiont, etc. These Liniments
have stood ihe tests of time. They have perform
ed more wonderful cures of obstinate bed-.riilsen
cripples and have alleviated more pains in a shor er
space of timo than have all other Liniments,
Embrocations, Extracts, Ointment, and Salves
in existence. 'Their sale Is increasing ri'gularly
and rapidly. Their best endorsers are physicians,
surgeons and veterinaries. T here is literally no
case of llersh, bone or muscle ailment upon -man or
beast which the Centaur Liniments will not allevi
ate and generally cure. Hut it must lie understood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: tile White
is for family use and the Yellow for horses and
animals. For horses and mules liable t i i-pavin,
Ming-bone, Sweeney, (ialls, Strains, 8triog-halt,
Poli-evll, etc., tbe Yellow Centaur Lini
ment is- worth its weight in gold. We have
thousands ot certificates relating how thonsanda ol
valuable horses have been speedily restored by a
doilar bottle of this all-healing remedy. The same
Is constantly told of the eUects on the human
fiame. Persons hobbling on crutches lor yenre
from Stiff Joints, Tumora and Old Sores, have by
the use ot the White Cen'aur Liniment, hn
restored to the use of all tlieir limbs. The effects
are next to marvels. We will give the .Liniment
to any person whoeverheard of a rallure. Such
a case hat never been reported to us. Those Lini
ments are now sold throughout the inhabitable
S'.lf'n. TiOSP.ArO.. 4ft IVv street. New York.
To the taste but death t Gripes and Stomach com
plaints. Pitcher's Oaatorlal s a complete sub
stitute for Castor Oil and is as pleasant to tuke as
Honey. It is particularly auaptcd to iectning und
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, regulates the Stomach, and kures Wind
Colic. No remedy is as ethcacious, for Feverish
Dess, Croup, Worms and W hooping t ough. Caa
toria is a purely vegetable preparation, more ef
fective than Castor Oil, end neither gags nor
COLi'MMA, Conu., May 8, le76.
Messrs. J. B. Tt8E(;., N. Y'.:
1 have a family of eight children, and have used
yourCasteria. I have never found anything equal
to it. Sly chllkren have bee n saved from severe
sickness bytha use of Castoria. I recommend It
n preference to any other medicine 1 know. I
leal It a pleasure to give this certilicntt on account
of the be ue liis hauc derived by the use of your
admirable preparation .
Very Truly Yours,
NOKMAN P. LITTLE.
Pn Venn nd tmHtiV 1BI V
irnomaiisvilontAfiriMwl I bMIILI
I Jt af aVnjrV
lnff. Coin. XwalltH Btxt 4
Saturday, December 22; 1877
Io every rwlrr ol this paper wno senue us imm
certltloate and l wo will forward, for one year.
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!ni( liiaimlful poem descriptive of Uiechromo, In
ehyaul illuminated colors for framing.
Av t but wait, good wile, a minute:
1 liuve drt a word tu say ;
Lo you know what to daj is?
Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just as now. we snt at supper
when the KHeitta h4 gunuawsyi
You uit tliut aide, 1 eat this side,
If orty years ago to-day I ,
Then what plans we laid together;
What brave tilings 1 meant todul
Could we dream to-day would fad us
At this bible me and vou?
Iletterso, no doubt and yet I
Miiiietiinea think 1 cannot tell
Had our boy an, vest 1 know, dear;
Yes, he doelU all Uiinip well.
Well we've hud our Jriys and sorrows,
Miared Our nude at well aa tears;
And tli-s I"! of all -I've luul Jvur
K'aithlul lova lor M'ty jearal
Poor we've been, but not fbreawn i
(irlef we've known, but never alinrr.e -Father
for Thy ain'leos mercies
bllll We ulees inv iiuiynaiuri
This Is a rare chance
fur you to muke mon
ey We wiu pay you
large cadli coiiimls-
sionsand give you eicluslve territory, end
us one dollar, avoid unnecessary correspon
ilemw. receive vuur territory, audiroto work at
oik. L'pon receipt of which we will forward
agent's outllt, certillcate of agency, elo. Bpeti-
lun copies l" cents, none iree.
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rt InUrast to the publlo rolloltal
If All Bnslnass Lettws should Is addressed to
CAlro BallaUsi Com pan r
WHERS4V, On the first day of April, 18TS,
Emma taniue and Robert 11. Canine, ber bus
band, made, exocuted, acknowlf dged, and de
livered io ills. Cusale Williams, now Mrs.
Caasie I'l'lp '. a c rtaiil sale morlgage on lot
No. three (.tl, in I lock No. iwenty-uii.e () in
Opdyke t, Mytr'e uudltion, to the city ol Chea
ter. In the county of Kando!4i and State of 1111
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory notes executed by said Robert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, lrd, lortwo Hundred dollars
end), payable in three, six, nine and fltteen
months, respectively , from the dines thereof,
with ten percent, Interest from the dons there
of: which aald mortgage was duly recorded
April o, liiTS, the rei.onkr's ollice in said Itan
ri.ilpb county, lu book No. out (I) ol leases,
Ac, on paps .'js : and
WuaKXAs, 8aid mortgage provide among
other tliiugs for tbe sale, by the aald mortgage,
of sunt lot and all the right and icpiity of re
demption therein of tbe said xrantors, incase
ot dt'lault in the payment of tile said notes or
any part thereof; and
YVuiKtsi, The time for tbe payment of Die
said notes, and each of them lias long eince elaps
ed, and there now remmiis due on die last three
ot the abuvc mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollurs und live cents (iil4.Uo.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given ihat,
on Thursday, the 17 1 h day of January, l.iTH, ut
the door of tin-court house in said city of Chester
at the hour ol two o'clock p.m. of said da)-, Ilia
undersigned will otfer said preniiste lor auleto
thi highest bidder for cash iu hand and on liuk
ingsaid sale, will nuke, execute, ami deliver lu
hr purchaser a KodUauttlcient deed therefor,
Formerly I'aHHie W nliains
la hereby given that, by ylr'tieof a decree of the
t.otinty, Court of Alexander County in Ihe State
of Illinois, rendered nt the November term,
A. 1). ie"7. I, August Wiitermeler, idiuiniatra
torof the Estate or l'rnlerick Waternieier, de
ceased, w ill sell at public ven lie on the 24th
day of lieocihher, A. L. H77, a! tno west door
of the Court Uouscin the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Stale, at i o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow's dower Interest therein
for the payments of the debts of said F.state ol
Frederick Wateimeier, dent-ated, the following
described property, to-wlt :
The south V of northwest, quarter of north
west, iiuarier in section thirty -six (:p), town
elilp. lll een (I'd south ruuge two ('.'), West of
t le trd principal meridian situate in suhl county
of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Tent s o' t-nle-Ca.-h in nana upon approval
of sale and deli verv of deed
Administrator of tbe tatate ot Fred Water
Outed Cairo, Ills., Ndv. 'Zlst, iv
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county .January term.
A. u. IsTs .
lltnrv hitcamp vs. William F.ichhnff, llttrv
V khholf. Katlii hichhoff. Charles KichhoO sud
Oracle hichht-ii, bit! to reform aud foreclose met t
gafcC in chancery.
Aniu.ivu oi me non-restuence oi ii-xry
Kkhlwff and Kathi Lichliolf. two of .he
dctendants above nan ed, having been filed in tne
omce ol the c.erk ot salo circuit court ol Alexanser
county, notice is hereby given to said uon-residnt
dctendants, ll.at the complainant filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Z'St day ot Novea.Dcr A. l. 1,7, and ttut
a suintuuns thereupon issued out of said emit
ng.iint said defendants, returnable on the fust
jlouJay of January, A. 1. 1"T, as is by law rs
quir d. Now, therefore, unless you, the said lle
ry Lichhcfland Kathi Kichhoff shall (wrsonally e
and appear before the sa!4 circuit court of Alexal
oer couuty ou die first day of the next term these
of, to tie ho.den at the court house in the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of Jam
ary A. D. IsTS, and plead, answer or demur to:he
said complanant'abill of complaint, tbe ame, snd
the matters aud things therein charged and staaid,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to Ihe prayer of said bill.
Joli.v A. ltKKVK, Clerk,
flxo. Fiiieb, Complainant's eolicitor,
Nov. ihi, A. l).l77.
fitnte of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuitounof Aiexander county. January
Cri.tt.ne .1 . tanhlenne vs. Mary E. Lonhlenne.
Dili fur 1 vorce in Chancerv.
AlHdavit oj'eheuon-rtsi'lence of Sfwrr B. Iw-
hleuue, the delendunt ulsive uaiueil, having
been lilodin tbe oUic i f tho clerk of said
court ol Alexander couaty, noticei is hereby
to the aaiil non.resment uelenuiuii,
Stmt the coiuniuinant tueil his ulu ui'. com-
plaint in sunt court on the chancery aide thereof
on tne Mill nay ol October, A.u. io, , una that a
numinous thereupon issued out of sal 1 court
against said deiendanu, returnable on the
Urn Monday in the month ul January, A. D,
ls7sa ia by law required. Now. tnrefore,
unless you. ihesaid llurv E. Lonhienne. shsl
peisonally l uud apjicar beiore the said circuit
cour of Alexunder omnty ou the llrst day of
the next term thereof, to be hidden ut the court
bouse iu the city ol Cairo, in eanl county on the
llrat Monday iu tbe month of Januury, A. 1).
le7S, aud plead, ausWv, or denim to said bill ol
complaint, the same and he ma.tcra and tnings
therein set forth, will be taken s conlessed. and
a decr 'e enten'd auaiust you accorjCg 0 it
liruserui saiu uiii.
JOHN A.. REEVE, Clerk.
W. C. Mclkiy. Cuiuplaiuaiit'a boltoitor,
(,'uiro, Ills. Oct. I'llh A. I). lo77. tlw.
Slate of Illinois. County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. l. ICS.
Cicorite Weiss vs. Mary N'olte, Anna Nolte, Ida
Nolle and Arnstine Nolte Bill to forsclese
liiriejcc in chancerv.
Affidavit of the non-residsnce of Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolle, Ida Nolte and Arnstine Nolte, the (le
endauts above named, haling been tiled in the
office ol the Clerk ot caul Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill if complaint iu said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the if ih dav of October. A. D.
177, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
saul Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. L. IS78, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine
Nulla shall personally be and apicar before the said
C ircuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
ot the next Term thereof, to be holden t the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, tn said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. U. 1S78, aul plead,
nuswror demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and Ike matters therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to Uie
prayer of said bill.
JOHS A. REEVK. Clerk.
GEonoa Fiinun, Complainant's Solicitor,
October H", 1M77. tNov 1. 4w)
Safe Speedy Sure.
' Tho rapidity ami certainty which Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorebound cures discaeB of the respira
ory Org ins and Us ruli ibilliy as a remedy
for consumption long ago secured tor it a
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It is in tact Til 8 recognized specllio for
throat and bronchial disorders. It prompt
ly checks a cough, no matter of bow long
standing, and affords great relief in case
ol asthma, It should not be mistaken for
a mere palliation, since it not only afford
immediate relief, but also removes all
traces of the malady. It Is a specllio for
croup. Trial size 10 cents. Largo size M
cents and one dollar,
SOLD BY BARCLAY BIIO.
Also Agents for Prof. Talker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleas
ant to take, and requires no physic.
Price 5 een's.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Tory Close.
Corner 10th street and Commsrol Ave.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. "
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0. D, WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
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I W ALDER,
Cor. Cth Street and Oblo Leyee
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoali, Ehawneetown, Evans
-;u. T j , l : a.:
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
ff ALTlft B. l'l5!I0T0rt Master
Juaiilih Px'sninotoh Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every W'LDSKBDAY at
o'clock u. ro.
Tbe fleet steamer
Bih Howaiid .". ...Master
Ed. Tuouas .Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATTJ tlDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with tlrat-ciass steamers for fit. Louie, Mem
phis and New Orleans, ana at Kvansviue wun
1 1 i? A r D II ....-11. I' ... n.l L' ..
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and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fos. all
DoinuonUie Unocr Ohio. Blvinjr throiurbra-
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for urther information apply to
JAMES MHOS, PaAaenger Agent.
HALLIDAY BH09., I
J. M. 1'HILLII'S, 'AfnU.
Or to U. J.OBAMMER,
Juperinu-ndi nt and General FroiKht Aieot,
lo-3-ao-ls. Kvanaville Indiana.
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumors and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office on whart host, foot of Sixth street."
Odlce or Ualllday Brothers, opposite ft.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Cool Dump, foot of Thirty-elgnth street, or
Post Oulc drawer 300 ,
City National Bank
V, P. HALLIDAY. President.
IIU.NUY L. UALLlTlAY, VieePrest.
A. It. 4 rrOUD. Cashier.
WATTKB HYSLOP, Ass't Cashier.
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H, L. Haluoay, W. P. Haixuat,
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Bonds Bought and sold.
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By an Immense vrtetlee, trxtendlag thraach
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many thousand mui of those dlneasas BnUgf
iu woman. I have been enahleVi n pfrsMS
most potent and agreeable madjclae that ssasts)
tno luuicationa presenteu oy mas oiass St atfs.
eases with positive certainty and
To designate this natural apeeiflo eosarooisl
I have named 11
Dr.Pierce's Favorite PrescripM '
The term, however, Is bat a tesble i
or my nign appreciation of Its value, Dai
my own poraonal observation. AS) a
server, I have, while wltneaeeng lu posMva ra-
suits In the few soecial dlaeaaaa tneMantsatha
separate opganlsm of woman, sing lad It oat aa
lhe climax or crowning (g eaa est sm
medical career. On it aaerlts, as a poai-
uve, sale, aim euaoiuas remvur lor uus
and on that will, at all Usees i
ss wiu. as
ast aUBdiy aaa ib Bar
mony with the law which
system, i am win
tat It will not
svstem. I am wiuini to stake tar
Ician. May, avsn mora, so Ooaadaau
it will not OlsanBotnt lb Bsoet aai
axpeetatloa of a slngia invalid lady whs
ass auasa is
for any of tbe ailments tor which I rswcaaMdJfL
that I offer and sell it under A JPOSrtirQ
OVARANTCB. If a iMtslsTsslwat ia aai
experienced by tbe time two-thirds ot the aosx .
tents ot the bottle are used, 1 will, oa racara at
the bottle, two-thirds ot the) Biadiolna kavlasl
been taken according to dlrectkios, aad the essM
being one for wblob I recommend H, ntsasBSly
refnod the money paid for lb Had t aat SM
most perfect ooaQdanoe In IU virtaae, I swsM ass)
Oder ft as I do nnder these eendlUoasi bat aa
big witnessed iu truly mitaeuleaa aaraa tat ttsss.
sands of cases, I lael wa
sacs warrani.e i
perfectly aare in
! kwCk spr
aasasr sms mi
reputation autd mj
Tlia Snltnvtfi ava atMAMsr rtinaa t
which my Faverlte Prsrffls)s kas ,
worked cores, aa If by magfA and wlta a aasw
talnty nerer before attsuaaa any aMdtsaaM
r lowing, i
Mnnlhlv Parlrala. fiaDBH
natural causes, Iaregnlaritlea,
la nana, or falling of ins u
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diseases incident sol
In all affections ot this aatare.
PresorlDtloB works snras Ska
the world. This nedlcia I da not axsst as
niirausil. but It admlraM tnlBUa at snWVes-
. al sssaiAau halna a asaai BsaassV f . :
speclfM In an coronle diseases af taa suaal as
torn ot woman. It wUl not dlsapwoiat, gaw hJi- .. . ,
it do bartu, la any state or wcdWas.
Those who daatra ftrrthwr latiissssia"ss)
these subjeou can obtain il li Taa frawMarl .
Commow hknsb MCDIOAbTMaVaj ewsfi
of over WO pages, sent, poat-aaid, ast saaSH
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