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Th knUthh of ths ihote order ml
tt their hall tat Anl Ml third MonUy
ft acftmonUb Comnwrcml avenue, 1J dour
iltitinf Pvthlu. nwtttTfry Krl-
iUt nujht at ball-tout Mven, id Odd-
ALKX iVDKB I-03GK, NO. KM.
k'"""AV- Iixliwxlot OnW of Old-IVl-V
-Sf low, nieru fTtry murwlaT DiM
Aiwt..f rt halt-vaM nrrro, in their hall on
jmroeroal avenue, between Sixth id J Sertnto
ntt n- Kxird, !"
TUIIO KSCAMPMEXT, I. O. O. F.. mx-U
vm (KH-IMlowi' IUU on the first ana thud
iik1it in tftrj uootn, at half-pM T
A. Comikm. C P
V Hold Millar eommuniratinna In M
tC 3Ttonio UJi, corner Commercial avenu
nl Kithik atm-t, on tea leuond and
focrth Monday of ears month .
Muter Mechanic Wood of the C. & St.
L. R. R. tu In tuo city on Tuesday
night, and reports that trains can now
pas through the tunnel.
.. .xriTitoirr i tabtv
.'Time makei all things even," lias
been demonstrated the post year. By
tho fraudulent count ot a "returning
board," and in defiance of a populur ma
jority of. 200.000 yotea ot the people, a
president was seated in the White House
on the 4th day of last March. That pres.
ident Is without a party to-day, and is
dependent upon those whom ho delraud
ed for the support ot his administration.
The republican party, who perpetrated
the fraud, has lost control of congress,
and is ylrtually ' dttunct. Truly, this
lesson of the year Is full of encourage
msnt and promise.
" " , STOP THK
! , iaictte.
Union county scrip is now nt a dis
count of 30 to 40 cents on the dollar.
This Is rather strange, as five years aro
Union county scrip was in demand at
par. During this year, ending Septem
ber, 1877; the county ran behind $5,500,
and we do not know bow much in lors
mer years. Our people are not used to
this, and do not quite understand how it
comes about. No improvements have
bean made in tho county, yet we are be .
hind, and nobody knows how much.
This thing of going into debt live or six
thousand dollars crery year will bank
rupt the county, it it is kept up much
longer. The commissioners had better
borrow money enough to relievo tho
County lrom debt, and by strict economy
in all expenditures endeavor to again
bring the cpunty credit up to its former
W I I.I. I AM HO t'Or.VTV,
1 -. ' T0 nAYB A j,AK
The Marion bank is a fixed fact. The
large burglurspToof safe arrived In town
fn,..j., , .. ... i.
opened for.buslncss next week, wo un
derstand. The firm will be Evans, Tago
&, ' Co., and 1b composed of good solid
btiiinesi men. iMarion has long needed
a bank, and these gentlemen will furnish
an Institution at once safo and sound.
They have been engaged in banking tor
yean, hare a large capital to work with,
thoroughly understand their business,
and should, as no doubt they will, receive
Marty lupport from the citizens of this
" aKI.V, THE MIT.DERKK.
John Akin, the leader of the Akin
tang, who infested Williamson and
Franklin counties sour years ago, was
on trial at Shawnectown last week tor the
murd'er of Aujjust Stewart in White
county in 1804. The case was concluded
late Wednesday afternoon and given to
the jnry, who, atter being out three
hoars, can in with a verdict of guilty,
and xcd his punishment at death. The
trial "vas in progress lor nino days, dur
ing iwhlclv time the court house was
crowtjejjsrtth spectators and friends ol
tewartr AKtn win do remembered Dy
many of our readers, especially in Ilcr
1 rto's Prairie, where several robberies and
; attempts to murder were committed by
. Wbru to Espevt Proerlly.
.i i. New Orleans Timci.
,. Is it not futile to expect any great im
provement in busiucss until the financial
and currtney questions of the country
,' an settled? We think so. Keal and large
prosperity is impossible under existing
circumstances. As matters now stand,
. without our national debt owned abroad,
the surplus earnings of all our industries
la swallewed up aud sunt to foreign
"countries to settle balanco of accounts,
f it is something that the balance of trade
U Id our favor, but that which hurts and
. cripples ns is the balance of accounts. If
to that balance were added a heavy bal
ance of trad against us, the position
itnW be unbearable. It would be wreck,
otter and Irreparable, and might even
(.prove, sufficiently harassing and burden
ome to treak flowu the supports ot
fovernment. '"It1" Is doubttul if the
ttatesmeo (OMlled) of this coun--,lxj
;hY got hold of these
,;quMUons " aright. When an IndU
Tidual finds himself over-burdened with
dabt, the first thing lor him to do bclore
:.JK) can even hope to operate ancecssfully
is to make an arrangement with creditors
Tie tnatbla obligations may not trammel
him or absorb bis active capital. V hen
be bas done that, be may hope to become
jfuosperous again, but not before. That
k exactly what the United States must
0. At present all ot onr resources, the
.Tery sweat and toll of the land, is rcnulr.
' d 1 satisfy our foreign financial owners,
jiIer?J,oUir mwle ta l08t M on as earn-
s ; " " uioi una position no-
nol)fl t0 prosperous. IJut
tliat Is the question, l'et It
5 SET .ZS,." mm d0 England
m, consoUdatour debt and carry it
JS2S2k fnd Arianare
Pf. J of prosperity will set r" u,at
tipiWie"1' nays oi
tian. BUftman on War null Mexico.
A reporter of the W. Louis cV.'c V-.Dw
ocrat gives the following report of an on
tcnslblr) interview with lien. W.T. Slirr
man, the subject matter being the pro,
pevta ot war with Mexico :
Would there be a war tvitli Moxi'M.'
I do not know.
Do you think then.' will be
In answer to this cpirstlon ' he general
said, with mnnifciit krling ol Mrong con
viction, "there Is no netcs.-lty for war ;
there is no reason why the two countries
should tight ; it senilis to me the diilktiK
tits ini;'!it be speedily adjusted without a
resort to i ms."
On the subject ol tho n cent outbreak
at San KUzano, he said that, in bis judg
ment, tho trouble was In uo sense na
tional ; it was purely a local matter, in
which the citizen-! Mexieo re really
not concerned. The Mexican eerntd
in the aflair were not ei:iz-ii' - s ; no Ke
public ot Mexico, but ot New M :oo. a
territory ot tho i'nittd States. They were
really citizens of tho lulled States, mid
allied to Mexico by reason ot race a:iJ
language, 'i he trimNo in Kl I'a-o comu
tv was about an old salt mine or mines.
The product ot these mines had been free
to the inhabitants tor years, nn-l the col
lition was the result fi a demand on the
part of the speculators to pay for the
salt. When the dispatch from Governor
Hubbard U; the president was received,
it was referred to the secretary I war,
and by him referred to General rherman,
who ordered General Sheridan to
SKN1 A LI. THE TROOPS
be could, who. in accordance, therewith,
sent lorwanl all available trooji to the
scene of the dilliculty. Troops w re
moved to El l'ao with all possible speed
trom Korts Rayara, Stanton, l.'avis anil
Santo fe for the protection of imperiled
citizens, but the trouble w as eo:ii l-red
at no time by the military authorities as
national. It was purely a trouble eon-,
lined to Kl Paso, Te at. A proof of this
was the fait that no Mexican e.ros-e 1 th"
ltifl Grande, aud that the Mexican au
thorities gave orders that no Mexican
citizens should cross to the eastern side
of the river.
In the event of war Gen. Sherman s-nl I
there would not be any delay in concen
trating a sulV.eiently strong protective
force on the Itio Grande. He, iliil not an
ticipate an Invasion and was decided in
his convictions that Mexico desired no
war with the United States. Should tie
Greasers have the hardihood to throw an
invading army across the Kin Grande, a
force ot lrom 8,0)0 to 10,010 American
regulars could bo colle-ted along the
river within n lew days. This lorre was
all that would be necessary for delensive
purposes, "nut it war siioiiki come,"
said tho general, "wo would he forced to
take the ollensive, and then we would
have to raie a volunteer army. We
could get all thn men wo wanted, and
more too, in n tew minute. Once on the
war-path, wo would sweep tho Mexican
territory, capturo their naii mal strong
holds, and march nn overpowering force
to tin) city ot Mexico. The capture ol
their capital would, of course, parali.e
them beyond flirt hcrollort, and we wou;d
ue in a position t dictate terms. '
Gen. Sherman remark"d that to accom
plish this it would perhaps take mon
men than were employed bv Gen. Scott
inlSIC. Seoft lirst had ISidlli) soldiers,
afterward increased to 40,000, but the
Mexicans are better lighters than they
were then, arc beU-r armed, and have-
Jew ll-H4 on Corn.
Wo extract (lie following from the
grain circular of Messrs. J. lI.PrakeA
Co., Chicago, of Dee. Iii : "Corn has been
without material variation ruling weak,
In sympathy with wheat, on Tuesday,
and subsequently firmer, Tho weather
In corn districts nasi uifu umrituiuum iu
preparing the corn for market, or for
hauling such as was lit to grind. Con
trary to tho prevalent idea, that severe
cold dries the corn, wo note that obser
vation has taught us that an
open wi'iter, such as thin, cures
com much better than cold, and
our most serious troubla with disor
dered corn has been iu llioso summers
succeeding cold winters, when the corn
has ucon frozen for n protracted period.
We hazard tho prediction that the condi
tion ot corn next spring and summer will
be unusually good. To one taking a cur
sory glance at, the surprising array of
figures indicating Chicago's receipts ot
live liocs recently there is is a pertinent
Inquiry. It the crop ot hogs is of such
vast proportions' has not the comsm'ip
tion of corn In lirst hands brcn hi like
ratio. Cash corn at 13c cost oih 'Id Cork
The llllnoUfniii'iil-lH fcroa I
The State Register of the 21st says : Tho
statement of the auditor of tho Illinois
Central railroad ot the j,rosi catnips
theeeof for the six months ending Octo
ber ait, 1S77. was received by th ;,'jV
crnor, yesterday, and filed with the state
auditor. The gross earnings aroreported
as follows :
$l7.s Sv, 11
r,n i.v: mi
r.." mi vi
The amount ot state tax due thereon
seven per cent of the total is $170,(;0G,77.
Tho Increase In the gross earnings of
the road, over the report lor tho six
mouths previous, is over half a million
dollars, the exact figures being $;20,S ia.
21, aud the increased amount due the
The iucrcused earnings Is mainly on
freight and passenger traffic, mails and
express remaining about the same. The
road has not yet paid the amount due the
state, but will probably do so during the
Tho Hell TclCiliont.
A Cape Girardeau telegram ol the lSth
says: "Communication between this
place and Jackson, Mo., was opened to
day by means ot the Bell telephone. The
distance lrom Capo Girardeau to Jack
son is eleven miles. The telephone works
wclh Lycry word spoken over tho lino
from Jackson comes through plainly and
distinctly. Tho line was erected by the
citizens of Jackson, to have telegraphic
communication with all parts ot the
United States over the Western L'alon
lines via this place. The people of Jack
son are now happy.
Mometlilnir Dead In 'lormn.
Says the Denver Tribune of Dec. Kith :
Tho remains ot a monster Saurian, 125
feet long, with most ol the bones In a
state of goad preservation, were discov
ered yesterday In the Garden of the
Gods, near Colorado Spring, by I'rof.
James II. Kirr. vt Colorado College.
Two thousand pounds or bones have al
ready been taken up. The monster was
found lying ou its back stranded across a
rldgr, and Iniids of Hie the tkrletrn was
I'ouna the rcmuini of another animal.
A i:i.toltl HUT AI.MOSl tijfil.3 T U I
WOKMONMlOrUrrS A WOMAN PISJ-OSES
ol' SKVEN 11IS1IANP3 UXOCll AHMKN
i:i:-r.XACTEn wim vauiauoxs.
siieoiul to ilie Cincinnati Coinrairi iul,
Xkw Voiih, Iee. 17 The New Vork
7i-i j li.ts a Kpocuil lrom Hartford, Conn.,
which say the town of Coventry has
brought suit against tho town of Alan
cheter lor the Mipp.nrt ol an alleged pau
per named l'attl t'umelia Anthony, and
the woman htrsell has made a desitosition
whleli show s a remarkable career ot mar
ried lite. The case is bctore Judge Car
penter, of Hertford, as arbitrator.
According to her story ,liu was married
.liilv n, l3.'). to William lily, of Spring
field, v-iio kit her thiee days alter. Six
wctks lau r the heard he w as dead, an I
on Fob. lih.ot the next year, she mar
ried Pay hi 1.. lionet s, of Hadlyme,
Conn. She lived with llogers six month,
when Ely, the dead man', appeared, but
was bought up. and gave a quitclaim to
Kogers lor a silver watch and $3.
About two years alter Kogers went t
sea, nod six months following his depart
ure, Mr. Kogers heard he had Leen
hanged as a pirate. 1'indiug single life
hanging Iieavilv on her hands. Me: mar
ried. In March, Ksil. Frederick A. Wind
er, w ho now livis in Manchester, Conu.
Six mouths alter this marriage, ling
ers, the hanged pirate, came back, ou-tel
Wheeler, mi l lived with lV.uielii till
October, IK, when he died.
In Marc.ii, 'he married Henry
Meyt r, ot illiaiaburg. -. V., and got
a divorce i:i March, ls,(. and m the same
year married James Davis, and moved
to iscoiifin. Slio lived with him sev
eral years and got divorced,
She then married Kiclord Mar-hall
somewhere in Ohio, lived w iti him s -veil
years, and got another divorce, Ihen,
coming hack to Connecticut, she married
Ftiianud Anthony, ot Jlartlc-rd, and
lived with him six month, when he ran
This record &hows she- hal seven hus
bands in all, She wa lirt married w hen
foi r ten years of as?--. She says she is
now tilty-MX yi a-s old. ( ioventry owes
Manehcitcrfor her supporf, claiming her
settlement is in Manchester, when- her
Im-hand, Wb--(er, now lives. Tin-re
Hrs -rs' marriage Is claimed to bo void,
as lily was still liv ing, but ns lily died
bclor-; Wheeler's marriage the latter w: s
eg:d. .Manchester says tho Illy she
m irriid is not lily, who Is said to bo
dead, but another man; that tin: niarriid
Bly was alive when Wheelers mariance
tO'ik place, which makes thut void, It, is
ii'so held that Wh'-eler smarnaireisot no
o!l'eet, under the t onneeiieut laws, from
t le fact that at the tun" W heeler married
tt t, his father was married to her si-tor.
S) In- was not only marrviug his mot her-in-law's
sister, hut ako hi Lather's stop-
sister, and soon. It is a very peculiar
E. P. 2 tinkers Bitter Wino of Iron
Il;i3 nev-rr IjiM ii known to fail In tlien-.n: nl
rttilkrtCfc!, alti'llil' U Willi YllllUlll-. tn llsnol
liuii tr iNerlton, l"rt el' inunioiy, difficulty nl
wruk. m-rvuim tn-niljliuv!. lin-mllul hoii'or ol
uii-ut iinii. c- nerui wi-uaniM. liormr ol disciti-c
(It-mil, niiilit sweats, cold ft-ct, wt-'ikness, (lim--isrt
nl' vision, languor, uiiivuio.il ln-sitiuli! ol
the muscii'ur syaUin, tnonnoiiB n)pvtitc, vritli
ilyein-)itiu systi-m, hot luiid, llarlilns ol' tin.
Ittxly , (UyniT-a of tlit-Hliin, p:illnl Cuiinti-nnncc
anl eiLipiioni ou me hue, puriiviuK no- oioou
Hum in tin! Iim;:, liruvimu of tUi- cyi-llda, lr
iiu-nt lilui-k Hput llyiii; bit'ore the tyi-s, with
t "nporury fciillasion uiul low-oi' B'it ; v. nut ol
Htl- ntiou, ttu. 'IheM- syinptoiiH nil urhefroni
ii W'i'iiMiess, nnl to remedy (Hut, iisj f., t . I.iin
ki-l's llittd- Wine ol Iron. Jl nevrr fails. 'I hou
(isiiils lire now t-nioyinE li"ltli who l.avo u,c
it. -et tn Konuinp
sKi-nuiiip. Sold only iu l t-otilcH
h. t Kunkel's.
Hunkers KitUr Wine ol' Iron. T
lAWv-tettl. Im J.w;..n...?!h.V1,'.1'i'1'V ,A
I'.i'iH , KtilMblY
iinw ilernu-il lnilisncii-nlucas a J omo nn.-ili iin
It costs hut ldtle, l'tiriiicn tU-hlooil, mi l ivi-
tone to tho siomiKh, ivnovmcs tin- h slcin iiml
prolongs ' I'1'- , , , ,
I now only as': a trial ol" tin valiin -le tonlr.
I'lii t- l jn-r hotlh;. I'.'. F. Kl'XKI-.l., oli-l-rniv.iftor,
No. '.'''' NoJtli Ninth Bt., Iiilnvv
Vin-. I'lilladcli liiu, I'n. A-.k lnr Knntern Uit
tvr Wine of Iron, un-1 tnlu no other, A photo
K'rapli of the pririi-tur on em-li wra-r, nil
others urc counterfeit.
I ie wure ol counterfeit-;. Po not let your drus
tell you imy hut Ki nki.l'-'. whirh in put P
only us above renri-ientul. oilcan uet tlx
hottles for All I uk in one Bimple trial.
Tapo Worm Eomovcd
llcailnmlalltompletc In two liers. No ti-c
till heml fe-.it. l'lnii'"' ion aeii nrais
removed hyDr. K:sk. Norlli Ninth ht.
dvii-e free. No li until heal iiml all piisf-s
in one, nJnli. I'r- Knkl is ili.-only m -cpbhI'iiI
)''-yi-iiin in thn county lor the rcmovf
oi M'ornis, and Ids Wokm Hiiil i- In pleanunt and
on fu for children or jjrown pevsoiiH. .--end lor
cir.tilnr or ask lor it liottleof Ki nkkik Woiim
Svm r. J'rie$i a bottle, (jet It of your drii(?
j;ist, it neM-r tail-.
MA.NUKACTUUEK AND DEALEli 1
CUSTOM 1& AD E
Ir. i;iook ilosirt-9 to tall the attention ot
tho l'ublic to tlio fact that ho 1ms ul-wuy-ion
him J a lur,t?o, now and liisbiounbie
Block of ready-mmlu custom KooU aatl
Shoes n bieh hu will sell al
THE LOWEST -TRICES.
CVll Oullim At
'sjJiSiri::: 2;, li Wish, l Cia, h:i
73 OHIO LEVEE,
riiy .V.itl'.uM Il mk IlniliilD', tip.s:aii.
Via O'drit !Ktaliliiihcd Ar'-n-y- in SoiH '
llllnoid, aud fprticnilDK' tivr
t85 OOO OOO
Can Bo BsiutifuV-
ly Dyed or Re.
paired tit a Trif
C. O. D.
Old flats Mado Now.
Xo. 0, F.lshtli Sirvei.
Vttn. Airttwr,ntrl, Bum.
ncaa If Klll-inie. l-jrllenlnrt free.
Trof. llayden camped within pistol
ol it tor two w eki last year.
W 1 J
OUR MOTTO: " The Ecst Goods at the Lowest Prices."
Corner 8tli street and Commercial Ave ,
X3ry (roois, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Eats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams, specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MtJSLIXS, SHIRT
1XGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
A Kill lino of Carpels,
aks, Ladies' r.tul M'sso-
Ta'i nock U entirely New and Fresh. Special uttontlon jlven to Country trade.
() ir Mosk embraces everything needed In the City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
Good, l'kase give us a call, examine our foods aud nrief-s b!tore you buy.
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Sensesof Smell and
Taste WhoI!y Gone. - Entirely
SANFGPjf3 RADICAL CURE,
Mm.Wcn & "V;ct : Ocntlemen -Ifeeleom-pejej
to acltnowleao to you tin great bcm-ilt
tirFOKli'8 lUDiOALCrna haa h-en to m. ror
tenieorsl Iiae heenallllcted wlili t lita luatlmoma
eim, aud especially In tho winter time has it
lioeimont ecVBro. Tlio illncnnrco has lieen OileK
a: 1 bleoilv, emlttlnn a f.-nl odor no bml that n-y
i.remien hi a room with othem wax very ottewava
lo ttvin.(n weelc after commcnchiK tho rn-u ot
hASDi'.n'a lUr-iotL Ci bf. I w in not troiihlej wlia
It. at all. Myaenaesof tnntn and smell, which ir-r
vholh, gonH. have now folly returned, and my gun-
nml hT.ltli th nnn'h Ininrovcd. Vnill n.
iiKi.unrnvK ii. KOtm.
,S,mt iMU hVit.T.
CBiio) r.Arrps, Mien., sov. 8, iuu.
Cftitlrntnti! The rarlcnro of fiKTnv!f rnrs
arrive'i inToto-iiiL-ntau ri'in. inon tkuow wim, i
l.r.nl.1 I...,.., ,lf.n.. iritti.ul tint. hlMM) fof LllU ri'ttH'll V
1 liaviitrlndNaanlhourliea and every OiIiik !, ami
although 1 liavc tieen iihle towtop tin- ott-n-lva dl
clinrifp. lhavo not hi-eniihleton-covermviu tiseot
tiutu ami amell until ItrledSASKoRo'iH i nK. Voii
caa refer any one. you chotmu to me, and I will
clinorfiilly Inform them In dUull a to tliu btucllt
tua remedy uu m lwvJ mi). .
CRA.-TO IUP1BS, Mien., .Nov. Ii, IcT'j.
SAHFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Kot only rrlmntly at-rc-nts tho cotrodlnpr dlschof
In Catarrh.hiit.liysympiithetlc action, it reBtoremo
eiinnd hcaHli all the organs f the head that hava
tecome atfeflled by It, aud vihlblt any ol the follow
iut ulltttloLii ;
Dffcctivo'Evpalclit.TnflfiTOftl nnd M.ttlory
liyea, Pulnful nnU tViiti-r' Kyn. L "'
lli urlng, Karncho, Nouralclit of t hf i-ar,
Dlaeharitoa from tho Ear, Hinitlnt? Nolacil
In tho lload, Dlzzlm-sa, Ni-rvoua lh-ad-
. iicho, Pains in thoTcmploa, L6a of tho
s....taa nfTimln nntl Hmoll. lllonirnt Ion of
the livnla, InUamnuitloii of tlio Tonaila,
l'utrltl SoreThrout, Tickling or Ilurkiii!;
CoiiBh, BroncUitia, uad UlueUlnK of tUo
...v.u, rtn'n Tlr. Rimford-K Tmnrowd
will, rv uiul rttr.lillv t,rMilire'l 111
I .!.. IvhontttiB Lnlttil Mut'-iiiiTl-..
i I'uT i Kit, a-c;riili;j.ieuaa Miulcuio Utu
, i. . . -
AIT E-tro.Glfiti! Pstt"TT, comhln'il With
hiuhly MedirBtpil I'laitcr. f.jralni tlio
Rrandoiit curutlvo nKoirt lnthowgrlcl nf niedlcluo,
itud utterly surpmnliiif U other V lulu r hi-rf toforu
In Tnoy nccumpllnh mora lu one werlt ttii
tuo old plarteni lu fi wUulu Jduf. Iltj dvuvt l-i-Ua'.t,
Uity ecu. Ihcy
Jit Hero ACoctlonn ofthe Cltesf.
iielleve Alleciluns oftho Limes.
Jlellovo Atfcctlonitof thu Ucurt.
"Jielluve AlTcctlonn of tho l.lver.
lt(-lle8 Atfectlomof tti fjiloeo.
'I.cUcvg Airrctlon8 of tlie Kldncyd.
itellcve Atfoctlor.B of tho riplne.
JKIIcve Alti-ctlons of tho Nerve,
"iiellove Affectlonii of tho Masclcj.
Jtellevo AirectlouB of tho Joints.
5illevo Affections of tho H lien,
liellevo Affections of thu blauws.
579 Ifiatter vhnt rnitr tin the ittf nt nf j-onr wffer.
Inir.try onoof tliew ritcr. Kellef it ImMhuii
, fi:t Hiipportcd Ly hundreda oftestinionlalu In
bur pn8Befilon. Henr In mind that tho moi Impor
tant dltoTcrlt-a In pharmacy datu hack lufnthan ten
roan, and that combination of gnm aud ebiincc
of plants and ehrnln aro herein united with Klcc
trlclty tnfonn acarnttvo Planter, la oothlnt-,tiea.
Inir, and Ktrenirthenlnir propertlca at fur aoparlor t-
allother I'laateni berctoloro In ,uu w Uif ekikillUll
Pbj'aliiU It tu tlio Luito-luocU,
."Prtoo, ai rnts.
Tt' faff W to roll mr COLITSS VOLTAIC Tt AS-
TE llleet you Ret Homo wortlilew Imitation, Hold by
fll Vholuiilo and Hetall Druui-I'ts throughout ttm
nltrd stntea and aiiadaa.and liy WLit & t IVI
IKlt l'roprletora, Huston, Mua,
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Luta of the St. Charles.
RATES: S2.0O PER DAY
It Is ordered that a f.pecin.1 t.:nn of the Altx
mider Circuit Court be toiumenced and held lit
tho court hoime in thecltyol t.airoon Monday,
the .'list day of lleecmlicr, A. I). 1 --77. Said term
to bt'i(notcd.:xcliibively lo the li'-uringnl'Oiuii-e-ry
i-aitM-ii and the transaction of liiminiaa m
the Chaucry closet. JoilN A. Hkkve,
CAtno, It.i.s., Nov, 1-77.
:;v i s i'iiovi;
' r iii TODD STOVE.
: .: ir.-:n c:r ecth crass.
4 ' ' MVij IIKAHTH.
t 1.1 IMA I lt.
' ':- ::t:'.: tiv. it lj jivca tb jr-.ilct
. of at? :u.o irslo.
'"'' l'';"-vii thfharli. An friore IllvcU
' ni t ' .Uur vr l.thuivon Min t iron.
WAHltANTMD TO DRAW,
1:3 3:u:tj c.t c.t.toj rs:ut ic:i
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam-
Children's Shoe?, (5cnl's I'oot
.Vail Paper, Window nivs, V,Tia
A't, on land, t!it- ei .-rl-ri-.t
-i A v :
Q- XL jQl. I 3NT, XX JX Y
and -ill Ulndu Country l'ro'lin-f.
03 Ohio Lcvcc. Cniro, Ills.
Aliniitn;tit nuiver-ul'v BirUnowlcdTf 1 n1-
t!i -.iio-t l eii'i-.Yiieil (iiiicU turn evt-r In out lit
'. ht-forn th'! iMit'lc i:i tli-j i in,-t-: t.t i c'ti
ti-rv tor '-rl,;t o.ijro nj
Ifclan and Beast I
This pojmf:ir uii'l tin-it he iiim: r modv
so ion-; ih-imIdiI by su B eriti litnuaiil'v, Is
irlvi'iy iiill)i)Uinli-i prno's of 'its nuTiti by
nil liavlu to-tied ittf uurivaled jjontri. una
n all ra.- rlnimi.v' jt the most power'
litt ri'iimily and qiiit-k reliuver trom aony,
Diamond Oil Posesses
ho hc-t I'ODi-pntrstud liealinir rrrnfrtlcf.
il'ih kc.-t srientlllo arts tor jiiiin ruliol, uiot
comninou ineninttcu nri;r-piiiics, ai u lltn
meat for m.iii and ben-,1, ever introduced
for public beiielil.
who will uc tills linlninnt lu time, will be
convinced tint this Is :i cure citru lnr rhcu
iiinti.-m. nunralifi.i, briii-es, fiiruins, hwell-
ins, burn", cuts, ((.-lolls tumor, piles,
injured limbs, hcuIiW,- font, diptht-rlft,
auro throat, toothache, headache, itnecl
bitcK, nts colic, tape woiui, tie, lr the
human race, and 11
a tositivi: cricu
or; hweeney, riti'bone, straiBH, callous
Muews, hurts, curhs, cuts, bruisea, lame-ni.-ss.
hii-ained lotlooks. iipavins, eollc, botti,
vliiii''uti, poll evil, cattlo aDd sheen com
plaints, and all Kenural diseaaes m Htoek,
ami i no many otiier ainictlons ol both hud
DIAMOND OIL in lor salt) by Fkank
IIelf.v, bein well recoraendnd by all
drti'is, phyicianH, and every one who ha
ever used it. Trice, T.'i cents por bottle.
V,. . F AO AN A f'0
Ilrauii'h Office, Indiutmpolix Ind,
The llrrnot'O lluytliorn ft t o., is thm day
iliapiilvol, J. S. Howe, of Une.innuti, retires, It.
I- I.lviiiK ton, C'airo.Illa., admitted. tMylathe,
:it .1. a: howk
NO CURE-NO FEEf;
DM n "i
till I .t7 rt VVn,lw1tt.,r ,if, (:rti.-m. f. th-run ftf )
ivivAie, f'hniiir iii p,.,;! iji,w-tei, Kinjnu WeuknrMu
Ncrvoiiii IhUIHty, nnrl Lut Monhooil, p-rmiuiMillv
r-trcd. Ut. O. U u pvui of th H.f-i rv-l.l n. rut
Mrrntrv; hw th Wgr t (jri,'lr in tb I'ntlM iSlKWi, ,A
lItM n-qntriurf ln-iuint Ufa hnm rrt lrifttctll t wrlta,
T.y rfwiniin f r iiticnu. tfvnrl Kifiv CiV tw M 1ft
UlUiK .rilFJ ri j-rs-., Ilimtrh.. MAHKlTO
tt (mkmI it 4 (Villi
rultauli fn tod coo
i.Airjtn ni.'i m-nvmn n-t i tn ror nmcu l Kntr
nil mwrUnt tnfurtnitiuB bv iivm, fr
mini, iinuin ttruAit
f tHY, lrtminrtH nlfitn!i
r. Nut'tiitnit. FiiM'iiMHipaid,
AmrM s. a. or; am ( (.. x
fl4t Uouit til., ClACluiftU. Ut
l)rcrihevi)'irra-,i-. nnd lend
DICrACrQ with'Jli-enls, (Oirrrsnonflt
UIOCAOCO j em.r .r.)ti)r, van Dvki
M Mt. Vernon Street, l'liil(lcl,hu.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
- CAIRO, ILLS.
"irtlnr, i ;v;' ;'-,;, wiJ
I.- hcrcliy ylvon to Auton SlIitKiilii of tli
licnduiicy, in the circuit court ol Alx
miller cminty, Htuto ot llllnol-, ol a bill In
itlmiiciry lo i-nloue vpntlor'd lien, witcrolu
lio In dulondnnt, untl Kmiiucl Stunts Taylor
ttntl Kilwln I'umons, trutfc ol' the Cairo
City l'ropcrly, ure complttluuntu; anil that
tlio KiimtiiotiH In hIi1 uHe u returnable on
tho liiNt day ot the next term or raid
court to ho holder, ut tlio court hoime in
the city of Cairo, In nsld county, oa the
first MunUny ol January, A. 1). 1878.
JOHN A. REEVE,
Clrlt of iinid Court,
Orikn A On. bk jit. Solicitor!,
OIro, sor.7, 177.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo ana Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Cbbrs Ssadj fe ib Srusl,
liard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoof Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
I' "Siiia. ., .tsf'M a
TheElgia Ketosono Can
Tho Only Tcrfcct Can in
tin Vorld. Mado of Glass
ini t 1 r.ot to
Leak, C"rrodo or Broak.
Every family should havo
and Moasuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen v
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifies
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotlj,
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSE V7IVES USE WAKBilS
"LuRtweek I bought a 10 cent package of Waslifno and done my waeblnff In one ball
tho UBualtimo at Iosb than half the eoBt ot 8oap. .My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not ebrink my woolens, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. Ho Indies try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It la
perfectly .safe to use it. MRS. A.
5 and 10 cont Packages. Buy WASIIINE AT BARCLAY'S,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' aSMS
l'uro Imported Hay limn, Nplcndld Canada Tar
Sonp English and American Soaps Flue Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts lu orlgl-
nal Mottle or In Broken quanti
ties a wanted at low. price.
Buy Your "Bvuqd
At Barclays' Drue Sioro.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded Tirst Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Tost by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LICHT-H0USE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaino and Gasrato the
same with Insurance Companies, Used 4
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.