Newspaper Page Text
AAiaaC CAIHO (CITY BINDBKY, City National KB I'loyrlfton, BINDERS AND BRINK BOOK II A NCF ACTUBEBS, OAiBO. XXaLXJfOS. notiettn Bniidinir, Oor. Twelftt Store ana WUJUArtW ATonaat Cairo, Zllix&olai VOL. 10. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY C 1878. tJjint and Railroad Work especially i0. 11 nCB flouu Kroui 7;30 .a. N ! if.iu.; Minuuy iron, 7 to a a. m. JLouoy I,u, t" ;i"J p. in. Arrive. ! M Illinois Central R R 1 '"it") Dslly. ,I':'.U t.MIr. Central .R R Ti!v. 10:'.) i Cairo A Vinrenne i, UR-IWy. . I t i:djOuiru, Arkaiiia A Tens K It Dslly. i:"l Oltl, wfverHonte j Dally exc't Monday i 11m. Iliver Kent I lln. Mi.n Til ! I;o0 I i:f .5.0 t0 ' Dowo.Tu.Tliu Cut! Thebes Kontn l Prldny MulurUy I 0:10 0. W. UcKuis, P. M. ST. LOTJIS.IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN R. R. TUMHJ OAXID. ?V r'H have Cairn dully ...ton taW. '.kpriiie arrives hi Cairo daily s:'ia7 lu. l.voii(iii(laiin leave Cairn ilaily ...l.uo a. ta. laromo'litlon arrive daily (exc rl'indavl H hi ni .. .. I TO EVAJiSVILLE, 47 Mi!3 the Shortest to wm, mm: wxm AND WASHINGTON. r - 34 Miles the Shortest to lifonplij, flikielplii h lor. AND BOSTON. AND HOURS SAVED OVER TR VIN OK ALL OTHER ROADS Alaking Samo Connections, i jhiiKora by other routes to make Connection,, must rid ail nightwait 1uk from Ons to Six Hour at amall country etatlona for train of connect ng road. Isncmberthat fact and take eur 5:00 a. m. Train,, reaobing k?...7il,., tdimjalii Gisslnisrili SAME SAY. . I inn. tmvc andertiv at Cairo. a follow av.- . su-d " ijuii unites ... .i-.rl " ,..... 6 .CO a. ra 7 :3b p. m. 'l;'jp. HI 9;i'a. m. ."arour:. '.'ilnta ami rh-ks to s'.l iruKirtant cities. t a uaux, h!l. Koaaiiii, ... .. .. ' ' 1 c f a" rase Aa I nu noy I.. B. CiUKCII. I's-. A aval j A IR0 t VINCENNES R. R. 21 Miles the Shortest Route CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R THE SHORTEST SHORT LINE feJT. LOUIS! pii!: train of this company connect it 81 I 1 1 a' d Kant Jt. Ladle, with all Uici - 'cthe .North, nisei Wewl. TIMK SCHKIiCLE . ...i t itiio - ... :30a'm '. r:rr i.' -t . Inl- i ,Wp.m. ,t f ... t 't. I. ui-t n t:Ua.m m r.irn :0(ip.m V." 11. MCTAUI,.ND, TIi-K.-t aii'l J'reiKbl Arnt, Cairo. . WKNTi Ounral PadieOiTrr Aifcnt. f. A HELL, Aarnt at Cairo .'IKE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE" !'lli;slliil!TEST. QUICKEST ONLY DIRECT ROUTE Washington and Baltimcro 'li:i iliri'tt Conncitiorn r AW THE SOUTHEAST AND nmmi w mi mm km TIX23 QAST, Traveler t.i'lrlnu t SfKKUV, 1'I.RASANT nd: COMFORT' AHLKTlUf. tsLiouiit rotnvmber tlut'the BALTIMORE v& OH 10RAILR0ADI ;U te Ji b rated lor 1U ilwciiit ('oaclica, PuleuJM Hotel. Urantl and U niitlful Mountain tutl Valleyi cutinoi) , am mt niarjy poinn lliHtorlnal Interoat Along ; lu Liu. ?ar will AiWAY8bM LOW Mb; any an Lint, PULLMAN PALACE CAR Hun luron.'b WITHOUT CHAD OB llotwetD 1'rlnclp! Western and Eastern ; Citiw , B'or UirniKU tlclota, tuRnaR Hck( rtivuimtitof trmui. HiooWuit r .onb tiiaailoiia, vt.l,, etc., IVVU t tlrkt olDcei l a!' )nurlml pnlnti. ., ;ci'" pi NORTH, 80T7TR. 1 lory, i'lUrn, TlcattAirl. : , r, Harry, ... AJft. BA8T or WMT L. M. Col Maattf of Tnun'a ASK tne Koovered dytv?l!ii blli'Ut ftyarand gu, th meeurlal dlacattttl llvst, how lcy reoov n-d bcalth,hiful ,iilriW, and good ar ptUt ttty Will Hi yonbytakUif fiiia- mon'a Ur ve- laUir T?rc cutAMwr. A!o bksi kauly mi:i- ICXNUlUib WORLO. Pot CYKPEFSLA, CONSTIPATION .Jaodlre, Iliuua atlarka, hICli II h AHA(.I1K, Cone, le rcjaion oi nuirila.. BOCK STOMACH. Heart oa u.rta., ttc. ibu uurlvallcd Boutbern Itrmedy la war- ranuxl not to tootala l ariieto ol' Mercury, tr auy Ibjtmou auuetaaca, bat l PCKELY VEGETABLE . containing thov. aouthf ra roota and hub! blr.b aa all wka vrornU-jio baa ;laowl la counuriM wuaxauver vueSiflin.Tu. u wui (tun u iMMwa enuwU by iirasgeat)t oa uia i:vr ana iowu. 'i tte yiDiom or Liver Complaint art ou ter or bail laate in the mouth : I'aiu in th bact , Mil.- or J'jintn, often mbuken for ibcnma tinntaour atomacU, loaa ol atfHlllo. bowel alternately roittiva and las. twadMhe, lxs 01 nicnury, witaa jmrul censation of luttinif tailed to do aometuinK whleb ouglil to hae bttnd nu. Ui l.lluv. !w anirll8, a ibi' k Jel- low ap-ram ot'lue aklu and eywi, a Ury Mtlivh nlti'A ft.iiitAk.il fnff Rua.ulIlLtlutl. twrue.lmra many of tlwMnyoiutoma atkadJ tneaiaMMA, at oliivra very K'W, qui tue liver, iuu luriTKat orvao In the body, ia aenerally tlie tt of diaeaMM and if not rtgulatul in time, grtat auffettnn, WTttobclnat and UtAlU wiI en eu. , I ean rwmimwnd aa an efflcarJoua nunedy for iMaiwa of Uie Livrr. iiuartbuni and DviK;.ia, Slmmotb' Livar Ib-trclator. Liwis VVuNDaa, 17MMiMWtr trct, istiiUnt fjaunablr. I'bii- aielubla. " We bav tetM ita vlrtuva, jieraonally, and ow tiul lor Uvepcail, lullonnnufs and hrobbina Qeadaehe it U Ibe beat medinina Uie world evu kaw. We have tried forty oiher reiuedict before Mmruon.' Liver Iwvulator, but OOM Of tbvm gave ill won llun U miwrury rdinf; bat tne lu-Kitlator nut only rtiitwl but eured o."-d. i'sutusAm ajiu Htsrtx- oaa, Maovn, La. . BAD BREATH Nathmir n ao gnnlemsant. lotbln ao eomiuon aa bai bn-ath, and ta Dearly every case It-eouea irom the BUtmacb. aod tan be ao eaaiiv aorneu- ei If you will uk biiunioua' Llvef tugulator, lio not aegieci ao aura a remeoy tor uia rv pultiva di.ordr. It will alaj iniprov our )pttlte, ooini'itotlon, ana omerel uuuui. SICK HEADACHE Thl dUUeaalnr affliction oeeor moat tVe- rjucntly. 'Jbe Oi.turbauc of Ui etomeeh, arming from tmperfecUy du;etktd eonteati, eautea a aevere pain ia tht head, accoruiianied with dtaagrceaNa nausea, and thl eoutuutea lui im popuiaily kiwwo a etcc UeaUacuo. lor jiruroiit ww AKE SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, OR MED ICINE, Contain fjur medical element. nver fonnd In Uiev mum nappy prupwrtion in any olkrr prrparalioo, fit: a gentle Cathartic, a pawerral binie, n uncacaptirbabla allmtiive i no a nerum irrecuve oi an impuntira 01 be body, buchalgaal aueoea. h aiit-mled lu UU t.at It ia bow regarUed a lb IFFEClUALRPEllrC A a Kemedy in II ILAK10US FEVtm, BOA KL COM PLAINT, JJTSPrP IA, MF.VTAL UEPH b flC'N, KKil'LfcoSNEsn, JAV51UC1C. N AC SK . SICt HtAlUCtlk. CO'lC. CONM11-- AliU-N aud HI ,iUlNES 1TUA3.SO tyUAL. Armed with tbi ANTIDOTE, all eiium of climate and water and fod may be faced with out fear. A a huntdy la HALAKIOCS B.ttt-S. m vtL Complaints, hkst. Li.S3.NtiS, J AUNUlCK, N Al.'BKA. MiM-rACTl KID OULT T ,1. 11 ZCILKM, PhlUrfclnhi.. Pi. Price fX.UO. Sold by all Urttgf CU. VIOK'S Hlutlrattd Monthly Magazine, Eavh nomher contain, tbirty-two vttn of adl i aia'lcr, fauny Un wood cm llliuuUon nd oua colored clale. A bvauural arlen mag azina, printtd ou elrirant pap'r, and full of in formation, la Eogliab and tieriuan. f tire 1 lb year. let's t lower ana tjfruuie i.irarn, m cents paper cover. Inelcitiutclothpov.rall. K'it' aialogne 3v il.oatrauona. only two ceo la. Addreaa, JHmc irli, ttoueatw, N . . Yuk'a I'Uuttratcd Priced Catalogue, taventv-llve naies. W riutrtlong. with de- c iptlonaof ihou.and. of 'lie beat vegetable and -)r in UM woriu, ana in way to grow rnera, II for a two cent Doatact atamp. Trloted in Orman and Englikh, victa flower aaa vcgcwoie v.aiaen. suteai ptr covera . In elestant cloth corara, (1. Vick'a liluati-ated Monibly Magaiina 32 page, I ne illuftntions ana colored puteg in every number, l'rite $1 a year, live epic for S5. AU'lra.,, J auica ick, KocbiHtr, N.x, Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, la the moil beautiful work of the kind in the orld. It contains nearly IM ixkc. busdreda f One llluilrauonf . and eix chroino plain beau tifully drawn rn J colored from tiatm. Priced rnu la paper coven, l iu cloib. i'liuicd ta Ceimaa and Engliah. ick Catalogue, 100 lluistratlotn, only Crti. Aqurcaa, jame v ica, nocrttacer, r . r . TieJl'i Flower and Vegetable Seeds, HcaVicW'a Catalogue W illualxation, only . cents. , Vick'a Illustrated Monthly Mjeaitii -n nacc . tie illustration and colored pint each number, rire at a year, i ive copies tor . Vick's riower aril vexclaui burden, tu centa la paper covera, With elegant cloth coven (1. All tnv Publications are printed in Ennlieb ana iierman. Addraia Jamea Visit. 1-31(1 KocUestcr, Ji. V. E. F. Kuokel'a Bitter Wine of Iron Tbe traatsu iocs and dcllrhtof the neople. In tact nothing of the kind ha ever been offerud to tbe Amwlean people which has so quickly found Its way into ihelr good favor and lietrty anproval atK. f. Kuatei' Bitter Win of Iron. it nose an st tiroookss. ana mu give snivcrta satisfaction. It i guaranteed to cure the worst ease of dyspepaia or Indigestion, kidney or liverdueme, weasnei. nervousness, consupa- Oion, acidity or the atomach, Ao. tet tnagi-n-ulna. Onl sold in ai hottlM. Denot and of fice. tUU North Ninth street. Philadelphia. Ask for Kunkel's and take no other, Hold by all drug Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia K. K.Kunker Biitss Wine of Iron Isasureeure for thl disease. It has been prescribed daily for manv years in the uractioa of eminent physicians With unparalleled sucaesa. Symptosis an lo s of appetite, wi na ami rising oi tuou, oryac's " mouiu, headacks. dirtiness, slseniesiness aad low spirits. Uet the genuine. Not told in bulk, only in l bot tles: Koiil by an UriiKtlits. Ask ror t. f i nun- kiil'a tUllaWiii of fron and tika aa other. 01 r bottle, or six bottles to, CA, All! ask is a trial of (his valuable medlclae. A trial wiil convince you at once, v r - Wortni, Worms, Worms., V. V. n.,nb.l. tfMn SVvrtin aavae lklla! to remov all kinds of Worms. Seat, pin and .....nk woriM, Midilv ramueett nv Skuw- kel's worm syrup, ut, nunjan. is m ohm luoeeasful phulclaa In this tjountry tnt can nmn Tin. Wn.ni In from two an bur hour. li.S.a.rx uniu kmt a-nn all naues allv and in tbl spac ol time. Uonimoa aenaa "onea If Tain VYermiwn be removH , all other Worm nan rv.allv ha ramnvail. Aik vims dnirtist for a bottle ol Kunkel's Worm Svrup. Pries 01.00 per kotll. It aavar fsila or asud to the do-tor for elKuiar no. tni North Ninth at., rnuaaei pbla. Advio me, - Her su ejireka ss o II. eiooaavwi om sva u Air at. Stanley's Wonderful Career., ; A writer in A'n'eton't Journal make noma Itile-ritltig itatemeuU . about tb origin and nttue of Mr. Henry M. 6talejr. Stanley la oco of tbo name that tHa world kuowa now, ani Henry M. Stanley 1 one of tb men wbom rnonarchi and prince delight to lioQorby beitowing upon, the a special mwk of their lavorv Any thing now about bis ctrtb, nativity, edwcatloa U new. Tbe wrltei above referred to tatci that Stanley's ordinal came wa John Kowlandg, aud tbat be hid bora near Denbigh, Wale, In 1U0. Tbe eonOltlon of bis prentj appear to bave been lowly, lor at tbe age ol three year ha wa placed in the poor home at St. Asspb, wbere"te remalied lortn yean aud received aa euucauou iniiicu i ira for a eobool- tcr. Do taugbt icliool at .Mold, In Flint. abire, for a yesr or two, but at tbl early age he began to (bow reatleeenen and a detlr to get on the wing, away from hie psreat ncatol poverty In Wales. At Uf. teen be went as cablu-boy on boird a ebip boaod lor hew Orloaut. In tbe (Jretceut City a merchat named fctsDley adopted the lad and gave nun his own nauo, and he beoamo lieiiry 31. fctauley. Ill patron died, leaving no will. Ibe civil war broke out and carried young Stanley into tbe CoDtederate army. Tbe fortune of war made bira a prisoner, and bl desire to be doing cauae i bitn to volunteer In tbe ser vice of tbe Union. He became ensign oa the iron-clsd TiionderoKa, and final; drifted Into tbe profusilon of journalism. After tbe dose of tbe war he went a a newspaper corripondeut to Turkey and Asli Minor, paying a flying vUlt to hi native Wale and poor-bouee neet oa hit way. When he returned to America In 1S67, be eent by a .New York paper a military correspondent with the iJriu itb army in Abyuini. Alter tbl war came bl starch lor Livingstone and hon ors from 'geographical and other sci emtio ocleties, and then hi later researches nl adventure which bate kept bis name landing in type all over tbe civiliied world. He 1 tbe most noted African ex plore of tbe present day, and bis achieve ment ia these equatorial regtous are pro bably more brilliant than any that bave been before. Tbe universal public e)t were looking for tbe lost Livingstone, and tbe fortunate tiadetol Mm was direct in tbe locus ol observation. Stanley found himself lmmeulately aud widely lumoud, Tbe first suspicion of tbj teLSitional Was soou uissipated by the lull recogi Itiou Of tbe tact ol the discovery by the suieotUts and societies of Ural Britain. Living, stone's whereabout-, was as great amyater a tbe ources ol tbe Nile which he went todiscovtr. fctanlty wet.t and lound tb lost explore of the .ot lle region, and be found and earned lame. Tbl icbTe-ve-merit brought him to tbe trout rabk of the world' Investigator. The discovery ol tbe lost mau, at the time and under the cir cumstances, brought hltn as much renown a Columbus gained in his days lor the dis covery of a new worli. America was beginning to be proud of Henry M. Stauley, and wiilL g to shard bU fame a an American, buttow it turns out tbt be i only an American by adoption. America gave him bis name and not hi birth. Pennsylvania bad put in a claim to bis nativity, but if the statement about lit tle John Rowland be true, ti e Keystone state wiil have to yield the honor to Wales. The poor little bobolink when it migrate, change a. 11 name, as it goes and get fat, becoming flr.st the reed-bird, and tUtD tbe rice-bird, and John Rowland from a Wales poor-house nest, be- cams Henry M. Stanley in ew Orleans, and ons of tbe most noted and honored men of the day. Hi career is a brilliant instance of the triumph of In dustry and pcr!everance,'and adventurous henternrle, over tbe obstacles of poverty aud obscurity. And in any event Ameri ca still bos its full share of glory in tbe tri umphs of Henry M. FtanJey. Httpiitur or niaerv, ttutt la tbe H nee- uou I . , - Dr. V. E. lloyt of S3 years succegsiul practice eiiutatiteCH ppeody and poiuian tnt cure ol all Chronic, Scrofulous, Pri vate, Hyphlletic.and Female Diseases, pcrtiiHttrrlirea, or aelt-abuee. at hi MedioAl lustliuic, Ag&n & Cheney Block, opposite the City Hull Park, Syracuse, . l. Moulcino sent to all part ol tne U. 8. and Canada. Don't be deceived by advertising quack who tbronjr oor large cltion, but consult Dr. lloyt or, send for circular treating on b!a specialities to bis r. u. jjox ao. Ladies Mv stoaI lluaid French remedy, A ml lj Femme, or FemalH Friend, Is unfaUlnir in the cure of nil painful and dangerous diseases ot your sex. it moderates ail excespt-s, ana brines on the monthly period with regu larity, in all nervous and spinal affec tions, pains iu me back or limbs, heavi ness, latino oa slight exertion, palplta. tlon ot the heart, towuess of spirit, hy sterics, sick headache, whites, and all painful diseases occasioned by a disorder ed system It effects a cure when all other mentis laii. rrloc I'J.UO per bottle, sent by mall. l)r, w. K, lloyt, Uox 270, Syracuse. T. FITS EPILESI AW FALLING SICKNESS I'ermanentlT eared no hnmbuir bt obi month's usage of Dr. Goulard' Celebrat ed Fit Powder,, To eonvinee sufferer that these powders will do all we alslm for mem, we win ena mem oy mau, post paid, a free trial box. ' As Dr. Uoulard Is toe oniy pnysicisn mat na over maue mis disease a special study, and at to our knowledge thousands have been perma nently cured ny uie use or mee pown ire, svewill gaarantee a .permar.ent cure' r every caae. or relund you all money ex pended. Alt euDerers ahouia (ttve sue powders an early trial, and bt convlaoeti of their curative Dowera. ! . j-. - - I Pries, for Urge bos, 14,; of 4 boxes got 1 iiu, sent oy man to any pan i unit StateiorCanailaoareeeipt of price, er by xnrse.O.O.D. Addrese. i m ni ItNet. Bivoklya, M.V. WASHINE A afrf WMderftU UeenUoa for srani.mg. Waafcul lit miglt; Uatt. Un soap tor washing anything ; wsbes in one third of tbe time; aaes in bard or soft, hot or cold wster; tbe only preparation ever inverted that will prevent woolen from shrtnk'ng; worth four lime it price for washing woolen alone. .. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher recommends ft to all housekeeper, tays: "Tby will rejoice both tor economy's take and the taftey ol tieir clothing, and that it can no more injure clothing or hand than common warm wter." v. ., 8CABCBY JOHHNOH-, . - W PUttStreet, New York. tarSarday Bros, will supply trade la Cairo. Tbe DlOarente. Tbe ordinary Porous Plaster, on account of iu peculiar mechanical action, 1 esteem id aa article ol merit; but Benson's Capclne P srou Piaster 1 considered an article- of extraordinary merit. It haa the same mechanical action, and. In addition, do- jesses medleinal qualities of a remarkable tature, wbicb cause It to act at once, relieve pain immediately, and cure where other Porous Plaster will not eventell eve For Rheumatism, lame aa Weak Back, Spina Disease, Crirk in th back. Kidney Disease, Sprain aad Bruise, severe Pains and Stitches, VvenKDe ot the Hack, etc The manufacturer of Benson's Capoine Plaster Itottlved tb U igbeat Medal at the Centennial . It Is now tbe standard remedy. Its as toniehlng pain relieving and strengthening qualities attracted tne attention oi tbe Cen tennial Jarrors and thousands of physicians who visited the Centennial, who pronounc ed it the beet remedy ever invented for the iov aliment, gold py all Drugglsta. Price. 25 cents. I Barclay Bros, will supply the trade In Cairn, COJIMISsIONEU S SALE, la pursuance of a judgment of JfcCrackea Com mon Pleas Court, rendered at iu September Terns UJ77, la theactioa ef J. H. Terrell's Administra tor. pUiatiffagaiastJ. H. TerrtU'sheln, etc., de fendants, 1 will an MONDAY, JANUARY JStb, 1878, iTSeing County Conn day), at the Cetui Ilouae uooriaUlandviUe, Ky., sell to the higHsst bidder, oa a credit of S. 12, IS and 24 m-mthl, ibe followlag detcrisad arepcry, vit i Front lots oa. 3, 4, aad S, treating oa th Mis sissippi river ; Lot No' 3, containing lOasrca; Lot No. 4, containing JO acres, and Lot No. a. contain ing 12H cres lying ia the town of Fillmore, at th tsrmiouau of the K 0. 8. L. L. aad Chicago Kailroad, opposite Cairo, Illinois. Also back Lot No. 2, which is subdivided into two Lts, tbe one coataiaiof 2l acres, the other containing UMH acres, the whole lying in the Peter k-bepeard sur vey In Ballard Couoly, Kealucky, wkick was di vided iota the lots aforesaid ky W. U. Beeves, Commissioner of this court, and for a mora partic ular detcriptiw of the lot, aforesaid reference is here made to tSe P'atof Division on file in this case. Also the fullowlng tracts of land, vit. Lying in Billard CoHnty. scar Pidzeon's Old Mill, beine tbe land sold by J. H. Terrell to William Pidgeos sad bought batk by 1. 11. Terrell under a judg ment for ihc purchase money. Lying on the w.b:ar .1 Shawnes erect, beginning at a suke a large ted oak, two hickones ana tweet gum pointers north cut corner thence aorik K7 west 147 poles to a white oak with sweet gum, while uakand ash point en, corner with I ho i-ai Bar low, thence aorth 109 poles to asuke with hktory, small black rum sap Iinzi standine as poimeiioa east bank of a Drench coiner wuh J H. Terrell's land, thence south s7 3 esttl4Si poles toa stake wuh two while oaks as liOiaters. corner J- If. Terel's land, thence poles to the beginning. conUitiing HO acres, being a part of Ue land Conveyed by Casnus M. Clsy to J. U. Terrell, and s part of th survey patented to Col. Juhn Harai.s, UrC tame has been ivickd into two lots Nos. I a..d I. by the Coaimmiuaer slure- soid, which rrrjort of division is oa file and hero referred to. 1 he purchi-er will be reouircJ o give hond with good security, bearinir interest from iy of sale, bating f.irce of rep evio bond an whieh execution ay is.ue wr.cn due - Tliis 3rd day of December, 187S, C.W.Maiuuvix, I I D. Wilooi, . C. H KKEV.t, j W, H. KXavta, Ati.myt 'Virnroi tslo SHERIFF'S SALE, fir virtu of two fee bills to me dirretMl. b the clerk of the supreme court southern grand divisi. n at Mouni Vemoa, in to at.te of Illi nois, iniavo. of John C. Abui-t t als. and riKainst Jason B hinith et als., I hay levied UHn thatotlow.ngue-cribed property, to-wii ; ixit fourteen ii) in iocs e.even i ii) i lots twen ty--u IM. iweuty-even (17) and twetity- eight (fit), in bl -ck evenly two (72) : 1st tnlrty on aud thirty-two (3-i, in block tweaty-sia (20). All the above described property is situ ated In tbe city of Cairn, county of Alcaa .der. and state of Illinois. whU-b I tball offer for sala nipuWio vendue at tue front, or West aoor of ihe court bouf, in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Stat of Illinois, on tbe list day ofFsbruaiy, ltCH, at 10 o'clock a.m. Dated this cairo.llL, Isudayot January. A.D mi. i'tl thl OA LP, SbenfL 1-19-td MASTER'S SALE. State of Illinois, county ot Alexander, in in Aieiancjei county cirestt couru Hugh Callshan V. John Devine. lllliof loredosur and for rellsf, eta. Amount of decree rendered Jan. 1. 1174. I47J SO Interest from January 4, 187S. at six per cent. ; cost oi suit, including solici tor' fee of $50 mm.. 30 Public notice is herabv Hives that la nursuane Of a denre rendered In said oeurt in the above entitled cause at th special Deoember term AD. 1877. 1, John Q- Barman, Master in Chancery of aid county, will, on Friday, tb 82d DAT OF KEBRUABY, A. D. 175, at the bonr of 10 o'clock a.m., tell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of toe courthouse, in the city of Cairo, lu said county ana state, the following aeserirjeq real estate ia th city of Cairo, county of Alex ander, and state of Illinois, te wil : ifiy feet off of th front end of lot numbered twenty -on (21), twenty-two (22), twenty-three (KM. and twenty-lour ('.'!). In block flny-two (M), being ofl of the end that fronts on Walnut street, ia ad city, making a piece on hundred feet on Walnut atrcet, and fifty feet on Seventh street, together with th privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wis thereto apper taining. JOHN Q. HARMAN, tlastet la Chan cory. S. P. Waiiua, Cnmnlts. Sdl'r. Dated, Cairo, Ills., Jan. 10, 197S - 1-Sltd Is not 'Ully earnd In these times, but tt can be mad In three month by any on ot either sex In nv part of the country who I willing to work strvlily st the employment w furnish. SCO a week la your own Iowa. Ton need not b way from borne after night. You can glr yonr oi me so nei w"--i ivm "i1"" moment. We have gnt who ar making over 20 oer dv, AU who engage at one can runs money fast. At t.. urrsenl time money ean not be made so easily and rapidly at any th.r hrulnea. it Cost nolhliist to try th business. Term and M ontfll free. Address atono, H. UALLETT t CO, Port'aid, IU. t . WONDEB UPON.WOWDEB. Give Away A strange, mysterious and most ntrasrdlaaryboek, entitled "THE BOOR or WONDERS." Oontalslog, whh umere pic torial Illustrations, the mytwiisa e4" she hcarens sag arth, Natural .and Supsrnsraral.lJdditle. Whim sical, Strang Cuiiositiet. Witches and Itihcraft, Iireanis, Superstitions. Absardttiet, Fabulous, Bn- chanlatent etc. In order that all may as this cari ous book, ths publishers hsv resolved to (irs It a way to all that ariir ta se it i AdJress.by ! card, F. l.I.E ASOU A CO., 73S Washingw Strset Biioa,Masa.- ry ys j $ Arlington House J D;'DAtffi,A Pror 'Xt.iWayl rtW llATSSl' .ttOP w t - PUBLIC MOTfCB IS b.tby given Uiat, by vlr-ueof a decree or tb County Court of Alexander County la th Slat f iUitrtf txiiwJ ( ks kOvtiuber term, A . 1). Id77. I, august V atonaeur, wLsviilstiv tor of tbek'suie of Frederick Watermeler, de Ottaaed, will sell a publio van no on tbe 2ltnt day of Deos.nber, A. U. W7, ai tue west door t the Court H'waeia the city of Cso, in ssid Coiuty, and butis, at g o'tloc V- m. of said day. Huhjeet lo th widow's lower interest therein for th payment of th debts of said Estate ol frvd'-riek Wateiowler, desx-ssed, the following described property, to-wit i Ibe souib V of northwest, quarter of north west, quarter in section thirty -six (ltd), town ship. It'sea (16) south mage two (2), west of 1 1 3rd prinalpal meridian situate in said county of Alexander and tale of 111 tool . Term oi Hsls-Caah in band upon approval of sale and delivery of deed AUUCaT WATERMC1RR. Administrator of the Estate ot k red Water meler, deceased. Dated Cairo, IIU. . X jt, fist. 1877. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Wruutaas, Oa the first day of April, U74, ttmma Canine and Hubert II. Canine, her bus band, mads, exssuuU, ackoowitdged, and de llv.rel. to Aire. Canal Williams, bow Mrs. Cassia Drips, a certain aale nieetgaa-e on lot No. three ( ee tw, in rj i block No. iweniy-ulus (A) In . )plyke A iljnr's au'lltion, to tkaity ol Ches ter, to um county ar Manuolpb and BtateoUlll nois. to secure the payment of four certain pio IiiiBSOry note executwl by said Kobert 11. Can ine, dated April 1, 17S, for two hun.1 red dollars each, payibl In three, sin, nine and Hiued month, respectively, from the dates thrcof, with tea percent, nurrest fron the detea there of ; which said mortgage w imly recorded Aprils, ld70, the recorder' oflloe In aaidltan dulph county, in book No, sue (1) ot leases, V-, on page M : snd Wbsuibas, Said mortgage provlilee among other things for the salo. by the said mortgagee, of said lot aad all Uie rigin and equity ot re demption therein of the said grantors, in ease ot default in the payment of tne suid notes or any part thereof j and v hb.8, Td lime for tbe payment of tht aid notes, ami each of Ibem has long since eUps ed, and there sow remains du on ilia last Hint it tbe above mentioned notes tb sum of sis tuei- dixasnd fonriu-u dollars and Hv cents (Oll.tv.j Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that, on lhnrsdav, th liih day of January, ISS, at the door of inecuuit biu is suid city of Cbsater at th hour oi two o'clock p.m. of said day, tbe undersigned will vQer said premises lor sals to the highest bidder fur cash iu baad and on auk tug said sale, will nuke, execute, aud deliver to the purchaser a goud and sullleteui deed therefor, CA8S1B DK1P3, Formerly Cassie W iiliams UIANCEKlt KOTICE. Stat of Illinois, County of Alexander. Circuit 000X1 of Alexander eountv. January Term, 17. UrbaineJ. Lonhlenae v. MarvK. Lonblenne. lllil for Divorce In Chancery. AtUdavit of the non-naulenoi of liar v E. Lnn- klenne, the defendant above uained. bavinz been Sled In the orHno . f the clerk of said court ot Alexander county, notice 1 hereby s-iven to th said nun-rualdenl defendant, Shat tbe couinlainsnt filed hia bill of cum. plaint in aid court ou the Chancery side thereof on the lath day of October, A. n. Wit, and that a summons thereupon is.ued out of sala court sguinst aid defendant, returnable on the first Monday In the month of January, A. tt. 1S78, aa is by law required. Now. tnrerure. unless you, thssaid Mary E. Lontiienn, shall ps sonally be and appear twlorelbe said circuit court or Alexander vunty on I he first day of th next term thereof to Oo ttolikn at the conn house in the ciiy of Cairo, in aaid county on the Orel Uonuay lu tb month of January, A. D. audpiead.auswcrordemut to said bill ol ouipuuui, ins same and tne asa.tcr san things tkereiu set forth, will b taken as sonlttased, and a deer Huiere.1 avainsl you according to tb prajcr w ssuu oiu. JUUN A. KEttVE, Clerk. W. C. MULXit. Complainaut's SolU-.ltor. Cairo, libs. Oct. 15m a.. O. 177. bw. LEGAL NOTICE I hereby given lo Joshua U. Hal) s admlsts trator da bonis Don of the .UUi of Hosea (.lark. deceased, and Edwin Brainard of the pendency, IU IUV LllCUH MIUllUl AICUDUV HIUA,,, Sil- nuia, of a bill In cbaneery to toreclos a mort- agu, wneretn you, toget crwtin uiaunccy N. hiuman. Louisa N. Bhlomin. Jo t.h W. Dreiel and Charles Edward TracV. as ltecalv- ers of th Cairo and Vlnceui.es railroad, and tne Cairo and Vine mm railroad company ar de fendant, and Charle C. Uolten, as Receiver of el "ihe Alutu.l Life Insurance Company" ol Chicago, Ueomplalusnt : and that tbe summons In sai l cause is returnable on the Ural dav oi tbe tb January term, A. D. 178, ol said Court to be hotilen at the Court Honse, in th city of Cairo, in said eoanty. on the first Monday of said mouth. Dated Nov. 27th, 1S77. JOH.V A- KEKV.. Clerk of said Court Skl'slI. WaxxLEa, Solicitor of complaint diw. - . CHANCERY NOTICE. State of Illinois, County of Alexander, Circuit Court of Alexander County. January Term, A. L. 1S7S. George Weiss vs. Mary Nolle, Am Molt, Ida none ana ntnsune aone am to foreclose martgage in chancery. Affidavit of th eon. residence ef Mary Nolle. Aana Nolle, Ida Nolle and Arnstine tielte, the dc endanu above named, having bsen fUd in tlx Offics of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexin -der County, notice is hereby given to the ssid non resident defendants, that the complainant filed his bill it complaint In ssid Court oa tho Chancery side thereof on th 29th day of October, A. D. WI, and that a summons thereupon issued out ol ssid Court aeaiaat said defendants, reinreableon the first Monday of January, A. I). ItCS, as is by law requited, Saw, therefore, unlet you, th said Mary Nolto, Anns Nolle, Ida Noll and Arnslin Noll ahsll personally be and appear before th said Circuit Court of Alexander County, on ths first day of ike next Term thereof, to be holdea t Uie Court- nous in th city ot Ca ro. m said eountv . oa the first MonTUy of January, A. 1). 1878, ai d plead, answf-ror demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same, snd tk matters therein charged and staled, will be taken as confessed, and a octree eiitersu against you according f ll.e prayer of laid bill. JOHN A. ItEKVB, Clerk. GeosmiB Fisnxn. Complaiuant's Hclicitor, October !9, ltf7. - uov l. 4w) ' NOTICE. ' Walter Hyslop, tressurar, v. Osorge W. Coch ran. Assumpsit witn sttaonmsnl. Public nolle i hereby iriven to the said George W. Cocbrsn thst a writ of attachment issue.! out of th olDoa of til clerk of Alssand. r eoanty circuit eourt, dated tbe 2'ith day of Ue- osmner, a. u . , u. (, at in u or tne ssid wai ter Hyslcp. Nasurer, aud siilnst ths ei-ute of uie saia ueorg w, connran, airectea to tne herlffof Alexander eonuty, which said writ has bn returned executed. Now, themfore, nnlee you. tb said Georg W. Cochran, shall personally b. sad appeal befar the laid Alex ander county circuit ceurto or before the first dsynfthe next lerin there, to be holdsn tl the eourt bouse, la thfciiv of C'alr on the flrot Monday of Jannt y, A D , H7H, give special bail, and plea to ths said plaintiff's action, jud nisnt shall be entered against y u, an I so much f ihe proper' y alliched a may be lUtBei nt to satisfy the sal Jadgmsnt and cost will be told to satisfy th , - CiltEltN A GILERT, JOHN A. RF.EVE, Att'y for pUlntiff. , , Circuit Clerk, To Oonsumptives. ' ConstuniHIon, that seonrgw of humanity, Is tbe great dread ot the human family, in all civil sed countries. ... ffeel ooafldent that I am la poaelea of tb only sure, Infallible remedy bow known te be profession tor the speedy, poslttv eur ol bat drasvJ diaestss, tad it on wale me rooea itant, Tin Catarrh, Asthma, llroncbitit, Neiw vous DehllllV. etc., etc. 1 am old fegy. I be liovein niedioin. Twenty-eight Tar exp rlsnea a a busy practitioner in th best eon nmpllon hoapltaU in tbsoid and aw world, kwa taught me ibe value of proper austllot tiea both local and eoeititittlonil In tb cut" of thl ? rest enemy or our rac 1 have touid Ik ' But am dlgrstsxlng. I started cut to sv to those suffering whh eonsansptieei or aay ef the above nuladle. that by ddress.ng me, gtviig ayaapg touts, Usey ehallb pnt In vsesslu Jothlg iriet buea, wirtMuleAarM, aad (ball bvs ttrt ' Dsoeni of my exusrieae la tbvand ef oat eaeesMfuiiy treatsu. rut parucoiars, , siireo- tlon ror ptwpBrauoa aa u, . anu swvie aaw-j taatniosloa) foe suecasstol ntstmanl at your r smeeasitu svwsudchii at yor 1 ew ao. will ke ssanjv ar m w ret org 1 n.il SM sSsm. few ai-tea--rnsi - r r i.; ill isn gisjsjisa sjsjeea svetJTis Dr. PIERCES' STANDARD REMEDIES. At not savsuiseii s "eure-alls,'' 6ut ar specif ics i Ik disease lot Which I hey are iscotn- iueMxi, NATUBAL SELECTION. Investigators of natnral sclencs have demon strated beyond controversy, that throughout th animal kingdom the 'survival of the tutsst" is ths my imw ioa vsucnsaK ttiritt ana perpetuity. Doe not the same principle govern the commercial p.u..inyvi iibui An in'enorcannnt tupcrcedea sunacior article . Bvisasnnof l'ien.-a's btandard Medicines have outrivaled all others. Their sale in the United States alone e eed one niillioa dollars per annum, whils th amount siported foots up lo several hundred thou sand ssers . No business could grow to such gigin. tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than Golden Medical Discovery Is Alterative, or Blood-cleansing. Golden Medical Discovery is sectoral. , , Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholagogoa, or Liver Stimulant. Golden Medical . Discovery I Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery Ily reason of Its alterative propetties, cures diseases of ihe iiloooand rjsin. as Baol'ula, or King's Evil : Tumors ; Ulcers, or Old Hores ; Blotches; Pimples; and Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral proper ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung Affo,--tuins; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs; nnd Chroaic LarynKiiis. Iu Chulaiugiie properties rvnder itanuneoualed remedy lor Biliousness : Tor p.d Liver, or ''Liver Complaint;'' and Its Tonic properties make it equally eiticaeious in curing Indi gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsia. Where the skin is sallow and covered with blou rhes and pimples, or where there arc scrofulous if. Sections and swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med ical Discovery will euV.t an entire cure. If you feci dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin, or yellowish brown spots oa (ace or body, frequent headache or di ssiae!. bad taste in mouth, Internal heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, law spirits and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and tongue coated, you are suffering from Torpid Liver or "Biliousness." Iu many cases of " Liver Com- ilaint." only part of th. se symptoms ars exper cBced. Asa remedy for all suck cases. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diicovcry has ao equal, as il effects Ue'lUi ,Ur',, ' A UV" ,,"lhtn", Mi P. P. P. P. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. Purely Vegetable. Xo Cure Kequired while Using tbcni. The "Little Giant' Catbartie, or Mt'I.Tl"M IN PAKVO I'HVSIU, scarcely lar-r ihsn mustard ueds, and are sugsr-coaied Ihey remove the necessity of using the greet, crude, drastic, sicken ing pills, heretofore so much in use. As a remedy for Headache, Dirtiness, Rush f Blood to the liesd, Tightness about the Chest, Bad Taste in the Mouth. Eructations from the Stomach, Bilious Attscks, Jaundice, Pain in th Kidneys, Highly-ioloied Urine, and Internal Kevcr, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are unsurpassed, furthermore, 1 woui J say ikas their action ia uni versal, not a gland escaping their sensitive impress. Age does aot impair Ihe properties ol these Pellets. Ihey are sugxr-costed snd inclosed lag: us bottles, tbelr wia, thrbr bemg fnumtj Vnimpalrf u for any length of time, so thst they ar. always fresh and reliable This Is not the case with thrnc pills which are pnt up in cheap wooden or pasteboard boxes. The daily B4 or two Pellets has cured th most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum, Erysipelas. Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Bon Eyes, and En ptions. They are, however, recommended to be taken In connection with the Golden Medical Discovery, in Older to secure the best results, 2x. Pioroo'a '. fat oniric? PKESCRIPTION Dr.Fioroo's FAVORITE . . . PRESCRIPTION jOxm Picroo's FAVomnc PRESCRIPTION Dr. DPioroo's . . FAVOU1TK . . PRESCRIPTION The remedial management of those diseases peculi or to women has afforded a Urge expeii ence at the World's Dispensary, of which Dr. Piercat it the chief consulting physioian, in adapt ing remedies for their cur. Dr. Pierce's Fav oiite I'icscripiloa i the result ot 'his extended experience, snd hss become justly 0- IcbrsuM for Its many and reinarkableenretofall those chron ic diseases aod w oaluaosaoa TECULIAR TO FEMALES Favorite Prescription 1 a Powerful Retiorattv Tonic to the entire system. It is a nervine of nn siirpaased efiicacy, and, whll it quiet nervou Initaiion, it strengthens the enft-eblrd nervous system, thereby rostorlng it ta bcslihfut vigor. Ihe fullowingilisMare insKug thuec lu which tb Pavorii Prucription ha worked magic cur, via. Leicorrhosa.or "Whites,' Ex eas ily. Fir wing. Painful Menstruation. CanaturaJ snppres-ions, Weak Back, 1'rolepsuB, or tailing pf 'be Uterus. Anteverni' n, Kstroveision. Bear ing Down Sentstion, Chronte Congestion, In flammation ud UlceraUon ot th Uterus, later Dal ilrat, Nervou Depression, Debility, Dea msnduov, and wry many other ehrooicillseases peruUr to women, bat nol mcfitioned hare, Tb following Ladle ar a lew of ihemaay thousands wbo can testily to th efficacy of Dr. Flirts' Pavorlt Prescription, from experience Bdobservstion: a Mrs Cornelia Allison, Peoata. Iowa, Mr Tho JMethvln. Hsfher's HUtlon, Us; MrsT ASey Uirur, Kome, N It Mrs r"rncis lluswlnk, Ver salles. Obioi Mrs Leroy Putnnm, North Whar ton, Pa I Mi ktnry A Hunolt, Enlna, Mo; Mr M.ry A Krlsble, Lehmaa, 1'ai Mr D ksGill, I hilllcothe, Ohio: Mrs HsrrielK Malune, West Stirlnuileld, Pa; Mr K Hints, Emporia. Kan; Ml s Louis Pratt, Dodgeville, Mass; Mrs LA Dsthiekl. Norfolk, Vat Mr V AHtson, Proctor, Iowa i bin J N Vernon, kit. Thoina, Oat ; Mrs S C Moisn, lbs North Howard sbeet, Bsltimon, Md Mrs Lucy Callman, Baroesvlll, Ohio, Mn Nsno McNaught, JenVrsoa. lows; Mr L ti. Stemmd, Prinnli-hlp, N T ; Miss Ellen Cady, Westtlrld, N T; Mr Anthony Amann, Vsrowa, NTlMrsllN Hooks, Grand Rapid. Mlch Mr IT H Webb, Watsrtown, N Y. Thousand oTmf either ean be given at she World's Dispensary. , " THE PEOPLE'S VESICAL SERVANT. ' Rr. R. V Pimca I the le uroprleroe and manafaeturer ef the (orvgoing rsmatlies, ail of which are ol4 try nmggiau. It is also th Authorefib People's Cojanion Hens Hdiel Ailvbser, a work at nearly one thousand pan, with two hundred snd sighty-two wood-engnv- ing auu coioreo piaw. iu i ha aUtmily eold of this euiular work Oyer 100,000 Copies! f Kv i '"i L'iii'sti a, ass van a, vv. . Veautt ge4MkTT. tsaTaU, a. T. CAPITAL 1100,000 W. T, HAtLTDA Y, Prssdcseag. v . HENRY L. HAIATDAT. Vie Prssa :-" A. H. 4JTTO arCshl, TVl. . WA1 Tt UYKlip, As t CaahW . 1 i ' . , .. . - rjnutCToms. StAATS TATLOB, B. H. (X WI OH A. B. L. Raludav, W. P. HLtf, G. D. Wiixiamob, STxrnii Bmb, A. B, lAIISU, , fi - .7 0 Exchange, Coin and United Btataa Bonda Bought and 8 d. " DKPperTS rscslved and a gesstral bulking1 business don. . esmss Sims; BANK CITY NATIONAL BA3HK, OAIBO , Ornoau! A. B. SArrORD, PiMidant. S . 8 . TATLOR, Vie Preeiaent. W. HYSLOP, See' y and Treasurer, BtKBCTOBI! . P.W. Babclat, Chas. Gaugbtbb. F. M. 8TOCXTLBTB, PaOlG. SCBUB, R. n. CnawmaiiAJt. P. L. Haxudat. J. M. Piotxirs. ptTEUEST paid on depoelt at th rate ot (Il ' L ppr cent, par annum. March 1st and Beptenj xr let. Intureat nnt wlihilnwa u aaa liately to th principal of the deposit, thereby t Married Women and Children ma ' uvyvBii muiicy ana no Oa9 else can draw it. Onen even businasadav fwm a. m e - : ad Saturday evening for savings dmpeart oalf roms to s o'clock. ' , W. HTSUr.TmsvM. .it o, rraiiKni. P. NeJT. TioelWb H. WeU. Cashier. ; T.J. Kerth,AasL Cash'r Corner Go tunerelal A - an4 ata 8tiW ',' ' DIltKCTOitS Ml r. mvjM, uuro. w m Hluge, r. NeiT. Vuro. Wm Wolfe, Cairo. : - : A. buaatiks, Cairo. . B. L. Bilikiaaly, Bl. Leuis., K. Butar, Cniro. II. W. 11a, Cairo. ' F. II. llrinkman, fit. Leaia. I. Y. Llemsou. Caledonia. A Ocuaerl Hisuklna; H stalls ns Doss .. ry-Exchasini sold aad boviCbt. Inure cold - , n ,db osviuKH uruiinujvus. mtiet-rionn na all Duslness oroiuouv attended lo. STEAK BOATB. Evinsvlllo, Cairo and Memphli Steam Packet Co.; roit" Paducah, Shawnsetown, Xvangv-' TiUe.IiOuignUe.Cnnoinnatl - and aU way landinf a. . . I'trfi ebsaant atde-vrhrel steam- ARKANSAS BELLE, ALTXU B. PXHXlllOTOII. ....... ..MaSfSf ' JlTAilLXS PajtUUTO...... ....... .......CiSfgt I Will leave Cairo awry WEDNESDAY al o eiooa p. m. Tbe Heat Meaoier IDLEWILD. BKM IIOWABO.. Ko. Thomas... ..Master , ....Clerk ' Leave Cairo evrry 8ATTI RTt tJ, Each boat makes doae ooooecUons at CalM with flrM-olas steeuners for HI. Louis, kfrew phi and New Orleans, and al EvantvilM whh the R. A C. R. H. for all point North nd last, and with I be Louisville Mail BUamer fos.aU point on the Upper Ohio, giving through n eaipt on frsighl and oumattn to all poiall iriuuiary- For urther informarJon apply to JAMES BIGG'S, Passenger AgeaU HALLIDAT BIlOo., I J. M. PHILLIPS, t ' Or la ll J MKAMUER. . .. dnperintendent and General Pnlght Agent, m-a-nu-iv. avansvuieinoiana. ABIETY 8TOBX Hew-York Storo WHOLESALE AMD KKTA1L. TsyTta-353QT - ' i tt a Ti f I nil if i ; ' rttlffflT -rti il n i i is"' v ; vi'B it IN THECITY. Oooda 8old Vary Cla. ... i . ...... f Oorner 19th etreot aad Comrnaroi Ave oAmo, nsLXNois. C. 0. PATINA" CO. CONSUMPTION - positively cnniiaJ . ... - Mi - - All aiiff orara team thin r)Uaaa ,.'-.:: T ilotts lobe cured should try Dr.- Xiao. aei's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.. These powders are the only prepantlea I il..( lll m.m 1'MK.nniMlitfi ..i a (S v aUseaac of tbe throat aud luB-Ults, , o strong is our faith la thm, and also U eon vine you that the; are ao humbug, we lUlorward to ever suBr.r, by mUt postpaid, a free trial box. ...... ii. We OOsx'g wnur yentr nionjy site j- petfectly eaUaneel etUeir miiwtive - If yea life is won. 1ob' ty H g receipt of etee. DO Faltoa m sweas. Jaewssaiva, v. svJ" riving ueesj Fowoer a ,- , rarely ann 700. 't. 1 tne cnixaw v w . w. u 'i ft tii . n. ' ? I. r . 1 '." S i i.-i .