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A Story of Italy,
Trnvi'ling' through Italy, a jmrly of us
Bloppud oiH) misty suniiiifr il:ty at tho
littlo town of l'istojti. Nttxt iiiorning it
sloi m kent us in doors. As I stood at
the window, watching the lonvnts of
rain, 1 saw a stream of pimple hum ing
in out! direction, despito the bad
w path. or.
"Whore are nil those pooplo going?"
I risked the landlord.
(Jiulia Saviera is to bo tried ami sen
"Who is she?"
"A young wifo who murdered her
"How dreadful! Do you think she is
"Yes, without doubt she is."
"Why did she doit?"
"That is a mystery; but it is hoped
that to-day she will confess her rea
sons." "Is it far from here to the court
"No the next comer. It night in
terest you to go."
As the weather would not allow us to
visit points from which we expected
fine views, wo resolved to attend the
When wo entered the court-room it
was crowded with noisy, gesticulating
people, wild became suddenly ipiii't
upon seeing strangers. They readily
made room for us so that we got seat's
el'iso to the bar, judge, witnes-.es, and
court otlicials. liefore we were seated
the jiiililmh recommenced. lint as -oon
as a door at the h'ft opened itwaso
still tiiat one could believe that all pres
ent held their breath.
A moment later the accused was led
in by one of the nllicials. lbr imn-l ke
garb did not hide the oxtraordimry
beauty of her face and figure. Sue wa
evidently very young as we afterw ard
learned,' just tifteen years old. Her
face was pale, her profile nohie, and
l;rr cheeks bad sti',1 a ciiii.!i- i contour;
but Hie full lips were firmly ecmpre
ed. Her chief beauty was her abun
dant, cu;li:i hair, of the br.-nze red
.which i slid reeasionally found in cer
tain parts of Italy. Si.e wasof medium
size, but very slightly built.
From our seats we could hear and see
oil the details of theexaniinatioti. While
die j.idre a-ke i the preiiiuinary qip -tii.
ii- her glance wa fixed on the I'.e.r.
in r ! ale c"titi!',:i itiee bore a calm, de
teniiiiied expression, but no i-n of i.b
ht naev o, i . ! In hajipy da)s s!ie
mint l,ave been lovely, for her f-atur-s
weie soft and mild. Siie (rave lo.v but
unhesitating answers to all ids ques
timis. The complaint against h.er wa as
follows: (iiulia, daughter of Matteo,
ileeea-ieii.ha.l married six months jtrevi-
ou.-l y a young shepherd named (jinvati
ni Saviera. They had lived happily to
gether, no one had known of any d.i
greetnent, wtwn one day Saviera wi,
lotiud in bed murdered. His ti.ro,;
liad been cut with a great knife i,'n
I ;y on the ground near the Is-1. v,'.
:t- foitn 1 with bloody hand- a-j i
clo'lie-. Shi; made no rei-t.nee wt.i-n
they arrested her, but at the li r-t i. t ira-
inat'on maintained an ob-tinat- -i. e
To-. lay ditb-r.-nt witnevsen would U
called, and they hoped to find an e.vpia
r.iHion ef the awful deed.
The mother of tlie aeeu-ed appeared
a- the h'rt wdtne.a. She male her
M'ltem. nt amid t"ar. and sob-. At the
lir-t sum, I of her vuiee a siiiebh r run
through dlulia's slight form; -'ne l.f;.-1
li. r y but dropped them at ore c, an !
ta again cold and silent.
'O.'i! what 'hall I say eoneeriiln g my
unfortunate child!" lamented the moth
er. "Von. niv lord, know, and all
tnoM! assembled Ii.to, yu who have
seen her grow up, played with her, and
danced at her wedding all. know that
she always lived in peace with us. Ye--,
she was the happiness of our life, our
sun-bine. (iiovanni Saviera was her
only loveshe had long loved him, and
the day that saw her in her bridal dre-
she called the happiest in her life. I
have never heard them exchange un
kind words, (iiulia was always mild
and pood, although (iiovanni some
lilie s idiowed unlimited greed and ava
rice. Oh, my lord iudg'e, I cannot be
lieve that she has (lone such an awful
deed. Men may dl.-agree and one stab
tie: other, but no voting wife commits
such a crime. ("iiulia, my child, say
that you did not do it."
Hut (iiulia remained immovable, with
downcast eyes, Several witnesses were
heard; all agreed that the young couple
had lived happily together. I5ut why,
then, had she perpetrated this horrible
(i ovaniil's brother testified further:
"Two nights before (iiovanni was found
murdered in bud 1 went homo with him
from the pasture. 1 had been up on
Ihe mountain for more than a week
with my Intnl. Among other news of
the village, (iiovanni told me of two
Mnglishnieti who were passing some
days here. He intended, so he tohime,
totransact some business with one of
them, but what sort of business In; kept
secret. When wo reached the village
(iiulia canto to meet us, und greeted us
gayly and cordially. ShotooK a bundle
of wood from (iiovanni's shoulder, and
said, laughingly, that it belonged to
her to share, his burdens. She was en
tirely herself, prattling as usual. She
hail no evil thoughts then, I will nwear
to that. On the contrary, there was
iointhlng constrained find still' in
(iiovanni's bearing toward her. Next
day I aiked my brother how his busi
ness with the Englishman went. His
fact darkened, lie muttered curses, and
answered that tho Englishman had
gone. I laughed at him, for I thought
the stranger probably admired (iiulm's
beaut v, and (iiovanni's jealousy was
tho whole business. I did not seo (iiulia
Him whole day, and (iiovanni said she
had driven the herd, for they used to
chango plneei to relieve each other.
Next morning when I went, as I had
promised, to ask him to go with me, I
found him yet In bed. Wuuu I called
i.e iiui not answer, ami on going nearer
I I'oinid him ihuid, with a gaping wound
in his neck and a bloody knife on the
lloor. Jiorrine.i, i iiurriet to seek
(iiulia, and found her busy changing
iier clonics, nut as i Discovered blond
on her hands, I was frightened, and
hastened to have- her arrested. I havo
noiliing more to tell, but I will swear
that (iiulia is the murderer of my tin-
f. il'tl.t, otit hent line M
His testimony did not seem to niako
(ho J"ast impression upon (iiulhi, im
sbo preserved her marble nuici. a re-
poso In fearful contrast to her soft child
ish features. Her brown hands, which
were clasped, appeared so dainty and
small that I could not imagine, ho'w she
"ould wield a murderous weapon.
Still other witnesses testified. Woody
clothing was recognized as bolon'ing to
fJiulia, and the knifo with which "the
murder was committed, as (iiovanni's
property. Thero could bo no more
doubt, (iiulia had killed her husband.
I could havo sworn to that. Hut why
had she done it? It was impossible not
to pity tho beautiful young creature,
and I could not believe- her to he the
criminal, unless some dreadful disgrace
had befallen her.
The judge now turned to tho accused:
"(Iiulia, Saviera's wife, before the
sentence is pronounced you have tho
right to excuse yourself, or, through a
frank and sincere confession, mitigate
the decree. What have you to sffv?"
"Nothing," came clearly and dis
tinctly from tho proud lips. "
"Do you acknowledge yourself guil
tv of this murder?"
"Do you feel no remorse over your
For tho first time she raised her
glance, and showed two eyes in which
a consuming fire burned. "
"Do you not wish the deed undone?
that you had your husband alive again?
ami that von were notjniilivof his
"No! If ho still lived I would do the
same thing again." She said this in a
passionate tone, quite unlike her for
mer .jiiiet. Site was terrible, but un-
peakably beautiful to look upon.
"Will vou tell us what provocation
you had for the murder, and why you
tiJ it.1' remaps Giovanni tormented
you with his jealousy."
"Giovanni jealous: and, shak:n2 her
head, she laughed bitterlv.
"Have you nothing to sav that can
soiieu vour sentence.-
"I do not wish any mitigation."
"Will vou not sav when the thought
of murder first came to vou?''
"Only two days ago.
"And until that time vou loved Gio
A flaming red spread over her face,
and it seemed to me that teats shim
mered in her eves. S:ie is not so hard.
I told myself; but a moment later she
was icv eH.
"The .'!i lertee can be j as-.'d sotno
ita.vs licnce, the juifge continued.
'Father K nahlo shad talk with you;
p. r.iaps i e can move you to greater
catid-ir, a:i 1 bring something to light
w iii. ii may mitigate the decree."
"I hav- - a , 1 all I have to say," was
the eo.d answer.
The judge sighed, and sorrowfully
shook his cray head.
l.'- i 1 t:ie prisoner bt. k to her cell.'
w, it 1
Vi t .
i ... i i .-.
r.o has ri
i i;.e !
i'lei-n t: :
t z of a
..r : p.- r:ng m- ..
tl.r-.- T l-r:'if at her f
g I..--r kr;e-M, cried:
Gl', lii. my only child
iv ne word of con
: -.v.- that vou r-
wlli par don yoor t-r-
;:il -'ni-t;.ing wr.lci,
.-; f..r VOU. Lie it '-an
t an ! my tr ui,'.', and I
my ii art, for yo i ar-
: 1 1. Yoif must have
i'le vour-eji VOU .li'!
oo .11 1! (ij, wKen vo l
:tr,.f p-ted in rn v arri.-:
p. nt. a
cai i -
f.,.;i e; -,.-, 'x,l
not know w nat
wef -;. J -t'laii
wie.r, to.), it rosy girl, went with rue to
my work; wii-n vou stwi a radiaM
bride how co ii 1 I then fores-o what I
should live to ec you? Dut whatev.-r
you have done. I will pray for you. O i.
if yo i woul l-'.fily eise my anguish and
how n- t'i'i'. ; ou are not so hard and
cruel. T ii ii-p. Glul a, tell us, why did
vou do it.'"
' er's f-ntreaties Giuiia
itii heaved, hei eyelid.'
; p. and her lips tri m
i.er mother close V
r 'n e ."l !;T I."' at,
woi I , mat we
Then she I
SOM II, e.
v.voonirig to the floor.
A Colonel's Race,
liefore Colonel W, became comfort
a bly settled in life he had many upland
downs of fortune. Once ho carried a
n 1 1 1 u ;.! of slaves to New Orleans und
made a very successful sale. lie under
took, however, to increase his supply
of money by methods which involved
more elements of change than were con
nected wild bis regular hiidness. It was
an unlucky venture, and in a very short
time he found himself with only money
enough to pay his passage on a" boat as
far up the ri"er as Natchez. Although
he had not a dollar in his pocket, when
he reaehed Natchez he put up at the
best public-house. Ho worn a broad
chilli suit and a silk hat, and sported n
gold-headed cane with which he would
not have parted for initny times its
value. He bore himself with an easy
dignity, calculated to impress all wdio
saw him with the belief that he was a
capitalist with abundant resources, who
might be induced to invest somo thous
ands im ho property of the town. A
week had nearly passed, and he had not
stiivcodcd in putting enough monev in
his purse o pay his landlord. Ouo 'n
day iiftertioon when he was seriously
thinking of making a stealthy exit by
iiL'hl, he learned that the rouglw and
gambler, who at that time formed a
considerable part of the population of
Natchez, had assembled on a public road
not fur from the town to witness some
footraces, He tit onco started thither
ward und leached tho pluen junt as uu
athletic nnd fierce looking fellow, who
was exulting over Ids victories, ollcrod
In a loud oice to het ,iO that hu could
beat anybody on the ground in a race of
lw yurUa. The colonel imneuiberod
that ho had been licet of foot himself
in his younger days, ami pressed by di
reel, necessity, h0 resolved to try his
luck on this occasion. So in the pause
'i,;,.i, f,,ii, ,.... t ..i i. ... 1 i i
iiiu i liiimiiiiiu a cum
Jcnge ho stepped forward, and making
a stalely bow, said quiet lv, "I will take
your het, thir." The btilly looked nt
him a few moments in contemptuous
surprise, and said, "Well, put up your
With a courtly wave of the hand the
colonel replied depreciatingly, " There
ith no need, thir. of that formality be
tween gentlemen. 1 am a gentleman
and I take you to be one. If I loothttut
rat he I will pay you the fifty dollatrh;
if you loot It it I ilonot doubt that vou
will act with equal honor. The word of
a gentleman im bith bond."
The rough and desperate men present
seemed to regard this as a very remark
able proposition, and for a 'time tho
challenger was nonplussed. Ho stealth
ily eyed tho polite and well dressed
stranger, and finally said with signiti
cant emphasis, "AUriirht, old boy, but
if there's any llickerin' in this thing,
you may know what to expect."
Without further parley tho colonel di
vested himself of coat, vest and hat, and
placi d them with his cane upon tho
grass, stepped out upon tho road, and
put himself into position alongside tho
champion. The spectators evinced tho
livlicst interest in the race, and ranged
ttiemselves aloug each side of the road,
liets were freely offered at enormous
odds against the rash stranger, who cer
tainly did not look a match for his
stalwart competitor; but there was few
of these bets taken. At a given signal
the men darted ofT amidst the yells 0f
the delighted crowd. For nearly the
whole di-lance the two contestants,' who
seemed to be straining every nerve,
kept side by side, but when within about
twenty yards of tho goal, the colonel,
by dint of extraordinary effort, shot
ahead and won the race. " He was now
the hero of the hour, and as he walked
back to the starting point, exhausted
and almost breathless, he was heartily
cheered by the excited spectators. His
opponent came up promptly and paid
him tii" lii'iy dollars, and at the same
time cha.lengcd him for another trial.
"No, thank you, thir," said the col
onel, as he poekcted the money. "I
make it a rule never to run more than
one race in a day."
He then carefully put on his vest,
coat and hat. placed 'his cane under his
arm, made one of his profoundest bows,
aud with a pleasant Good afternoon,
gentlemen," strutted complacently
away. Tuat evening he paid his bill at
the hoteuand took a boat for Nashviile.
Colonel W used to relate this inci
dent with a r.'lMi, and when asked
u !iat he intended to do in case he lo t
the race, he would say, "Well, to te 1
vou the truth it watii a .h'thperat.
cat'ie: hut I had made i;;i my m.lid that
if I didn't win, I would keep oil I'll 11 -
niganl never l.M.k behind until 1
rea.'he i Teimet ice. " Kd t n' s O'.fc
f. ci !! i.-jn.r's ,Ma y.i :!:.
Stnk -B:.t-a by a Eird.
A few days ago a hoy g ive a prf"
sor's -on a young bird he had caught.
It as tal;en home and left, to bo taken
care of, A liuie slsi.-r of the bov
(und the 1'irl, pla-.e.l with it untd
lir-d. and then pat it in her father's
!" . 1 safe-keeping. Tne professor,
wi-iiit.'g to go tlort ii to vii, went to put
on .'ii boot an I got his foot meirlv
home, when the bird Ugan to flutter
and jump around trying to escape.
Ti e a-to.'i.V ' man j"rKc. the boot
fr-'iii hi- to it. terrlbiy frightened, and
V-.1- d out. :i:ik.'-! I'm snake bit!"
Give n,n brand..! S-nd f .r the doctor!"
a:. I !:,-!" is no telling where the matter
Ao ild have i n led if the little bird had
not C ut, red out of tue Ii .ot, and thus
r-vea.ed t..e can-,.: of the trouble.
hum;t,r .'' V. 'in.
They were riding un from tho Wall
stre. t b rry in a 'bus. He lifted his hat
to i i r in a gingerly manner, and she
boi.-d with tin; coldness of im iceberg,
"Know her?'' asked a man at his el
bow. Know her! Why I was engaged to
her la-t f;t;;!''
"Anil she gave me
sai'l -hi; lovc.f me
endure the thought of a struggle with
a French flat and tapestry Iirussels ear-pel-.
I went torih a crushed man, but
revenge i- mine!"
"Why her father put 100,000 into a
sun tie r l.o'ei, and the company hasn't
'ii.oic ciioiign to pay the wages of tho
ilea l waiter!" II nb Struct Sews.
the bounce. She
but she could not
A Cure of Pneumonia.
Vr I). 11. Ilamahy, ofOHwugo, N, V., lays that
his daughter was taken with a violent rnltl which
tertiiliiiited with pneumonia and all tho hnst phvs
h Ihi.s iavu thu case up and said aim could not live
but a l. w hour at most. Shu was In this runill
Hon when a friend recommended Dr.WM. IRIX'S
lUI.SAM you 'I UK l.l'.NOH and advised her to
try It. She accented It as a lust resort, and was
sn prised t. find Hint It produced a marked chuiiite
fur the holler, and hy peraeverlliK lu Its Use a per
l.iiiu nt cum Wus effected.
TOWN'SI.KY'H TOOTHACHE ANOIiYNK cures
finis .loties, i.f Kllahelh, Hiieiicer Co, Intl.,
pays: ! hrve dealt in meiilcliie a ntimhiir of years
and v.111 hay that Dr. It.,ei'a V.Kelnh'n Worm
hjrup Is thu ninst viiluahlu nietllclim 1 ever suld,
My cuslorners were so pleased w ith Its ellecla dial
they iiii'chasid a n.iiii'ier of bottles to havo It on
hi nd. It Is all t Imt Ills recnni mended to ho,
Advice to Mot horn.
Are you dihtmbed nt night and broken
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physicians nnd nurses In the United Slates,
nnd is forssloby .ill druggists throughout
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Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-Iailing reme
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Ladies, bewnie of imitations. Tho groat
poplllsrity of If.M.I.V Hk.aI.TH PIIKSKKVINO
(. ousicis or Hnh'k IVrsoiH with coiled wpring
olastio six tiera lias induced certain unprin
cipled denleis o p.i'in ,.f n tu.ir iidhus
pecting customer's a worthless iniitHtion for
tliegtnuiu,. atticle. We have begun prus
t'cuimns lor fraud mid damages against sev
eral dealers lor this pnietieo, mid shall do
the same with nthers na lust as we get evi
dence o this pnwtice. The unuiine article
ran imt be sold at retail f,.r less than fl S.'),
snd any one who ndvi'itiscs or sells for lets
than that piice.it inside (o presutno sre
otlcting a Itauilulent article. Any lady
who purchases ,n,. f , K,.i,jM0 cr9t,tg
can ri iurn it niter twonr three weeks' wear
if not satisfied with it in every respect, and
(lie price paid lor it will be refunded.
Citicvoo Couskt Co.,
A I.nwjer's Testimony.
During eight years my ntUcks of dys
pepsia were so terrible t hat I ottcn had to
stop business. I'm Iter's Gineer Tonic
Hit 1110 lip I r. 'Ill almost a skeleton n
me pcittct health I now cniov.
man, Lawyer, N. V City,
ILLINOIS OKNTUAL K. Ii.
Sliurlest und Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Lino Kunuintr;
0 DAILY TKALViS
Fon Dyspepsia, Indiocstion. f).
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various lorms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Amic, ami other Intermittent
fevers, tlie "1'ciro-l'hosporatcd Kli.vir nf
talisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & C'c,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
nest tonic; ami lor patients recovering from
Fivcror other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
xhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest Ins audience while they
were Keeping up an incessant coughinc;,
making it impossible lor loin to be heard.
let, how very easy can all this bo avoided
by simply icing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
Dottles civeii nwav at D.rclav Hm'
irug store. (2)
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brines
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among thim are Nervousness, Nervous De-
iiioty, and unnnturd weakness of Genera
tive Ortjans; Allen's Untin Food success
fully overcomes these tnnililtg and restores
the sufferer to his fVrtner vi.'or. l. At
Woiiiiin's 'h ue Fi ieml.
A frietui in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely atllicted
with disease, more particularly thoi-e com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Kwry woman should
know that Electric Hitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant t the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bo'tle, sold by D ircUy l!ros.(2)
(irapc Culture and Pott Wine.
Mr. A. Siiei-r, of New Jei-ey, one of the
larp st grape producers in the East, com
nicnced, but a few u-.ws ago, in a small
way, t.. make win.-s liom curranis and
lackbcriit s and eth.-i f ruits. He now con-
tmls laigo vita-janis of tl.e Oporto urape,
from which his line ns l'ort Grsne Wine
i iimOe, nri'I wtucii c ti r ni ir1r nnd physi
cians say iial. the world f..r beneficial
i flVcts on weakly and hl:-i 1 person", and
tin- consumptive. For sale by Paul (5.
Wokk Given Dut. (n receipt of vour
address we will nnke an offer by which
you can earn $ to $7 t vt nines, at your
home. Men, W'. nieii, cr (iirls can do
it. II. C. Wilkin.-on iV: Co., r, and 1!j7
Fuiton Street, New Votk.
A Good Investment.
My wife said I was a fool when I
brought home a bottle of Parkers Ginger
Tonic. But when it broke up my cmigh
and cured In r n-uulia and baby's dysen
tery she thought it a good investment.
N. Y. Times.
To The West.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned sta tion, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific lUilway. Two
trains daily are run Ironi the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
wotth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorauu, New Mexico and Cal
If'riit ""opect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train tor California.
This line offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, imt only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri ami Nebraska. Send for
i 1 1 ust rated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. H. KlNNAN, F. CllANPhEli,
Ass'tOcii'l Pass. Airi'Ht. Gcn'l Pasa Aitent.
Nollru Is hneliy nlv.'ii thai on Wednesday t tin
8lsi day of (iriolicr n. xl, between t Ii u hours of in
o'rlot k' In Ihe fun noon at.d r o'clock In tho .after
noon of said tla , til Hie Ian icsldcuce. of IVler
htollc nlierit, alius I'. ler st.iliniui, tlecua-ed, In thu
city of Cairo, con my of Alexander and state o. llll'
nols, the personal prnp'-rly of said il.icuilent, con
sIsiIiik of 2 wairoii", 4 mules, l carl, hiiuaea itid
sheds, t! ttlieeilmrrnws, I iirliid-plone, S plinVi ls. I
lot tools, I lot shlni'li s ion! Inmlier, I plow, I liar
row, 4 1 11 rr .lours I lot f. ticliut wire, I lot harness,
1 lid hot hed sash, I lot I run us, I pump and pipes,
1 old slove, I chair. I lol ulass, I mini wheel,
I'enee pud tails, liiipleiiienlN, and other articles,
Will hv suld lit piilillc sain.
T'KK.MS (IK NAI.Hi-l'iirchaaea of less than flvn
dollars to lie paid luliand; lur IIihI amount and
over, on a credit of sit months, the purchaser l v
Inn no'u, wllh improved security.
A I 1 1 1 , 1 1 sWiilioiiA Admlnlsiralor.
Unlet! Cairo, Ills , Hepiemher liHlh, 1sh:.
OltKKS . (.Il.llltltl, Attorneys.
Htnto of Illinois, I In the Alexander County
sp-i lri uit t nurl. l't'hiirary
Ali xiiiider County, Term A. I. tssl.
In Chnncnry Slltltui,
lCllili Campbell, rotttphminiil,
Iluuhy Cnniphnll, deC'iiilanl,
111)1 lli'Chancery for Dlvoico,
The iiliovo named defuliilnnl Is hereby to .tilled
thai suld ciiiiip'iiliiiitil, un thu tilth day of .Inly,
issa, nietl In said court a certain hill lu r.lian",erv
Tot divorce niialiisl you, and that alias summons
h'ip Issued thereon riniiriiahlu on His llrsl tiny of
th next tetm of said court.,'- to tin holil'H at tlm
court boiiso In Cairo, on thu second Monday of
Cairo, III., Sept. 37th, A, 1), tHS.'l,
AI.KX. II IKVIN, Clotk.
Mulkey A Lock, Cuuiplalnaut'a Solicitors.
Making Dikkct Connection
WIT I t
I'KAiNa l.iavi Caivo:
li:Vr ii m. Mull,
ArrivltiKln tit.l.oulst 4.', a.m.; Chlia..," :'e , i.i.;
t'onuei ilutf at Odtii and Kf'.t:ii;hnm for Cii.citi
tiati, Louisvlilu. Indianapolis nud pulula Katt.
11:1 i ii.m. HI. I,iiui atnl WuUrii
' rrlvlDK ID lit. Loula 7:05 p. m., and cor: iic-cliiiu
for all points Wen.
LtifiO p.m. Kmst Mipress.
K irSl. Louis and Chicago, arrlvttiu at St. L.eils
IUUU p.m., and Chlcaco 7:i a in
,'l:f)( p.m. Cincinnati KipresK,
Arriving at Clnctuiatl 7:00 a.m.; I,ou:svllk ii:.'Ji
a m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. I'as,-n,rs ly
this train reach tho above points ly to
llul'KS, in advance ol any other ronir.
vTThe3:Vl p. tn. express has PCI.I.Ma.n
-l.fcKI'IMi CAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
haUKcs, and throUKh tlecpura to ftt l onn and
Fust Time Kast.
'!li(MI(r(ibi ,, ,hl" Kothroui'h to Kist.
i u.tiv. 11,1 I r (,rn tioiuts witnout my delay
taused hy Sunday tnterv. Miitf. The Sntiirdny after
loon train from Cairo arrives in new Yo'lt .Mmiday
norn:tiK at 10:,V). Thlrty-ni hours In advaiK(,f
ot other route.
4fKor through tickets and further u fernut'on,
ippiv at Illinois Central KalOoad lii-p.it.i r.iro.
J. H. JONKK.Tiraet Ai,t.
A. II. HANSON. (Kin. Pan. AKer.t. Chlcatjo
H. It. TIMK CAKP AT CAIUO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL It. K.
Tra.t.i Detiart Trains Arrlva.
Mall S;(K a m . I tVail Co'.a m.
t A rem I -J lift a in. I Kxnress. . . .11 - In a.m.
Express S .'U p.m. I Acu,m ::Vii m,
C. ST. I, & N. O. It. H. (.hrksoil route).
Mail 4.4S a.m. I Mail 4 ::'p tn.
tKipr.ss lo ai.i tn. Btpreas ....10:'a.m.
'Acci.m 3:Vi p m.
ST. I,. & C. n. it. I Nsrrow-cnu'e).
Eipr. ss .....
l-.z A .vail ..
Vail .t Ex..
A atJ .
. S:ia m
. U:oS o m
ST. L. A I
Kx I Mail.
M. K. K.
. in ;:) p.m. Eii.ttss
W., ST. I.. V. II II.
...4:ia.m. I S-Stall A Ex.
. '. p m Ai ro n
.-7:4.1 a.m. fr.-liht
Moitll.K A OHIO It. K.
.5:.V. a m. Mail. .
Dally except Sunnay. t IihIIv.
I :lr. a in.
. 4 10 p m.
.,il:') p m.
. .,10p in.
.ID: J. a. in.
ii 4', p.m.
rJ ; 0 p.m.
I fn, 10
I.e. K. l!.(tl,rotJi;ti lock mall). 1 a. ml
(way tnalh 4 30 p.m.
(Southern Dlv. . D. m.
Iron Mountain K. K iJ::i"p.iu.
Wahash It. K ci ii. tn.
Teiaa AMI. Louis It. K 7 p. m.
St. Louis A Cairo H, it r p, m.
(ihloltlver J p. in.
Ms hlver arrival Wed., sat. A Mon.
denartt Wert.. Kr . A Sun.
1 O, i;en. del. open from 7 :;j'i am io7H pm
r.o. Imi del. oeen from tia ru. toiio lit .
Kunilavs Ken .(;. open from.. . s . m. tn in a.m.
Hun.lava hox del. open from....) a. m. to PLSiatn
ttr-MUTK.-Chanife will he nu'ilishe.l from
time lo time In city papers. ChaiiL-e vnur . arils ac-
.... U Vllt,(.l.' 1, ,f
,, J. .,IL 111 II I , I . .11 .
' i ro
9 p. n,
! p. in.
K a. in.
4 p. in.
MI'I't'AL All) SOITKIY.
SUHSTiTUTE FOR MFK INSUli
A NCR (T.'MPAMKS.
WIDOWS' & OhTHAXS'
-Mutual Aid Society
Uriranl.i'd .Itilv 1 Hh, 1H77, Inner tlie Laws o
the, MateofllllnoU. Cnpvrlrfliteil Jul
0, 11177, 1'niler Act of t'onsrcis.
JAM, H. M.liAIIItY
,1. II. Itoni.NHON
W. II. MA KHAN
J. H. ri.TltlK I
El). II. WlllTK
l X IHUUT1VK COM M ITT' I '. Iv
Win. K.I'ITCHKIt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W,O.JOt:KI,YN, V. VINCENT,
W ILL T. KKDUL KM.
Medical Advin ra
Si i retiiry
1IOAH I) 0 1'' M ANACI Ji'HH:
,t. A. (inldstlni., nf (Juldstltiu A Itosenwitler. h hole.
sale and rot all drv tfood.etc.i das, N. .vieoaney,
liimhar dealer; Win, K. I'llcher, uelierul nirent ;
Alhert Lewis, dealer in Hour and uraln: I.. H.
Thomas. Iirlcklayor: Mostis I'hllllps, eonlraetor
and hiillder; II. A. Cliiiinnley, uroceri Thus.
Lewis, nwriilarr and altoriiey-at-iaw; n. m.
M,ii-,.n. Ilammiiathln nhvalclatl! II Ha (ier, of
Hauler Hon.BrociTPI H. II- Halrd, "tree' super
visor; Kd II. Whltn, ass't pc. W. t). M. A. Ho.
rlnly; ,1. W. Spier, liimhnr and P"W-tnlllj C. L,
(leriiliton, harher: K. I. DUUrlch. chirk V., NI . h,
, I , It. IV. M. IVOOier, ll,-n:il'..t .u,i, i in
Chirk, dealur In wall-paper and window shinies ; .1.
a .. ... ... . I ,....1.1.... U'.O'.i
r, r.nitiisn, contractor uini inunn ii .i' imu
liurn, of Morsii A Redhnrn, clnr inniiufiii tiirers;
r. Vlncont, dealer in limn a. .u rtiment; t, a.
1'hi'lps, ihotoirrnphnr W. V. Jim ulvn, detilistj s
It.T'aher. mfir. lownlur: ,1. It. Hohlnaoii, ,. I', nni
notary nul.llci J, H. I'elris, iilivslclan; II, W,
Host wick, Insurance aeni j K. Ii. .larhoe, foteiniin
HI. (las mains, and R K. Walhriduu, liitnher inn
niw-mlll, of dalrot II. bnluhlon. rasltisr N it.
Haiik.Hinart, towai Kef. V. A , Wllkcrsnn, rvtr n
burn, Ky. J.W.T'atry, phyliilan,l"ullou, Ky,