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' " Cnoty Jiidve.
W. m uihorind to announce Isaac
r. h office ol County Juikc of
(nri ..niv. at the ensuing November, 1377,
w. uihnrlic'l loknnanncc Ueuncn S. Y'wum
lor inc uiinv i'"u-i
F lection in t Im-vijy
of Cure, a candidal
e of Alcsander cuuu'y.
Colin I.)' llvrk.
Wcare inihoriKd to announce Henry '.PUncii o
Thh precinct, M a ciadidatc (or County Uk a
itw dectloa lo be held fc'ovtinber lllh, 1877.
To tht Edltorof the Cairo Hi-lmtin:
Please announce that lam an independent candi
dal forth orhce of county clerk of Alexander
county, at ihe election ti be held in Naveraber
next. JAMES W. STEWAKf.
W arc authorized! to anoounee Samuel J.
Hamm M acaodidale for tlieoino. of lutinty
CUirknt thlectlon 10 e leKl Moveiuher uh,
We are authorize1 to annonnce .luhn P. Hi-ly as
a candidate tor th office of county clerk at the
election to be held November 6ih, W7.
To the Voten of Alexander County :
1 hereby announce that 1 am a candidate for Ihe
cfice of County t lerlc of Alexander connly, sin
jeet to your decision at your respective voting
place, on the Sixth day of November, ls77.
Vary Respectfully. CASFr.U YOST,
The governor, attorney-general ami
auditor mtm Chester yesterday io
personally examine the site selected tor
the southern penitentiary. They will
return to Sprlaerfteld to-day. when the
question of locatiou so far as Chester is
U concerned will be settled.
Mr. .Adams, clerk of the house ol rep
resentatives, has arrived in Washington
for the purpose ol preparing the ofllcial
roll ot the next house. Within tlie last
(ew months most of the cases which
were In doubt liav assumed sach a
shape as to decide his action iu making
up the roll. It is understood that on
the organization of the house the Demo
crats will havo not less than eleven ma
jority, with thechancMs that this number
will be Increased, j
A special from -Chicago to Hie St.
liOuit Republican savs the Episeoiwl
diocesan convention now In session in
that city . lias decided conditionally to
divide tiiedioceso ot Illinois into three
bishoprics, one having torty-two parish
es, with headquarters at (iiney; the
third to have thlrtytwo parishes, and
headquarters at styrliiytU-ld. This de
cision la binding only when nit ilk-. I by
the council at Boston, ami wlu-h pro
vision is made lor the support ol the
The following i- a suiumaij' nl the
latest war news: "An ollieial bulleiin,
dated Wednesday ni'ht, brings ih-wmiI
important Kujssan successes at I'ievna
in the capture of three Turkish redoubts,
and the Greviea redoubts. The liussians
concede a loss c( over 5,000 wounded.
The number of the dead is unknown.
Gen. Dobrowoitky and Adjt. Shilitar
were killed. It is announced that the
khedlveof Kgypt will luruish Die sultan
a further quota of troops. The Servian
regular army has Jeff Its camp near Up
grade and is on the inarch to Bulgaria,"
TheHSfofy of The South Carolina
m ytiiicu c uiiiuoeriam and tie
Kng of carpet-bagirs and thieves who
surrounded him, were engaged, allows a
scheme of vllliany mgiucerwl by thec
shining lishU ot Eadicalism which is not
eclipsed by the robberies of the Tweed
ring in .New York, Parker, the Ifrunb.
Jican ex-treasurer of the state, who has
inaae a clean breast ol all the acts of the
ring, ta perfectly familiar wkh the series
oi corruptions and Units whereby the
v.-. muutru, aim gives the facts in
ueiaii, implicating nearly all of tho from
inept officials identified in the state irov-
ernment under the Chamberlain regime.
'vu'"-'"1' xarh-er pictures some of
mese omcials as follows :
" I have no respect for the men with
whom I was connected lor sis years.
Chamberlain impress me as a cold, re
served, calcu.aili.ic and unscrupulous
man In bi, ambition for power, place and
reputation. In hJ8 conduct towards me
be has been hypocritical as well s tJ
POLITICAL .AN!) OTHERWISE.
HOLD AND BH.VI Ii.
Tlie colli in tho Bank of Knglaud has
declined $40,OUO,000 In the lujt vear.
The increase of specie in the Bank ot
France In the same time has been
1X10,000. England has tlie single and
I ranee tint tioiililo standard, I'm-s ilic
presence ol silver drive out guld'c It so,
whv, when and where V
ivum ai. (nt:su.-.
The ; '"irestloii of the Mew Voik
r.ccuouj i ,t is that the "newspaper cor
respondents who are talking ubuiil tlie
South Carolina indictments us persecu
tions lor political offenses' ought to de
line what their idea ot a politic -I ollcnse
is." There la something iu tin .Steal
ing U not regarded as n poliii al ntlense,
even though coiiiinittcd by polnieiaiis,
No doubt Tweed & Co would have been
pleased to have their crimes labeled "political."
patches sent oil' to-day It Is evident llio
twelve and their frlemls have given or
ders that the Church," meaning Ihe
untutored masses, must accept this epis
tle as settling the ijutbtion ot the lender
ship; that. Heaven has conl'ei rod the rul
ing power upon these twelve men, and
that it will he a capital ullense to raise
objections. These men. several ot whom
in o saiil to have their names on an indict
ment lint lor participations in murder
mid oilier crimes, Ihivh thus the audacity
to Haunt I h in bigotry and craft- in the
u eih of this nation, and sneer at tho cu
ligliteiiiiieiit of the nineteenth century.
("if I, AM HO A in.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
n Packet Co.,
IS 111. A KI'AL i'Ut-llll.M.'
Ihm will have an opportunity to
prove whether he is a real president ol
-Mexico or only conies up to the average
in that blessed country, lie has or
dered the surrender ot the eight mar
aud rs whose extradition Die I'liilcd
plates authorities havo asked, but the
people on the Mexican holder relu-ies to
permit the execution of tlie older. It
remains to he seen whether 1 iaz or the
turbulent (dements in sympathy with
tlie border marauders who have so long
persecuted their Texan neighbors rule
on the Mexican side of tho Kio Grande
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
Title, Louisville, Cmoinnati
and all way landings,;
i ant nl-ic wtiw-l fltwiiiii-i
Jle, Intriguing, unprincipled fellow, and
it seems likely that he win be shown on
rranK Jlost9 is a good-natured enav
iro nir man iti. . ...... lurlui taj-
Tar and little 'I ZZl Z ,cu"
ashU father was ai v til C no r, uT",
the issue of av pro io?!"?-,0
more open than some ol the othlrs h, n
under imiuI ,l..,.n .,. U1L WTt ill his
Kimpion Is a lit r,.. !. ,.
exactiv Uiemn fT:..l..r"".ucl,"'n.
intimat frin,n. .. 7," uwu ' "lost
were not warm ii-i,.,,.!. i,
too seliisU to care n 5, "f "
except himself. " u"J 0Jy
them. He mly succeed I hi ., ! y , o(
cerned, backed by ihe tutliauuoe XX &
can control, but thu upPress on o iv
u-r lu Uw Imnds of the rim
V ade Hampton I believe to be
man and one who will try t do 1 is m l v
by al classes ol the cltl'ns. I bave i ,
doubt that many colored wVSlt
I UK 1 11 l: K MM X S H A.N K .
In a review ol llio history ol the late
rieedman's bank, the Sew York
Journal of Commerce states that during
the first ten months of its existence the
institution received deposits amounting
to $:ii!."i,l(;r. For the year ending March
1, 1807. tho deposits were $l.U24,Su 311;
tor lStJS, j:l..2,X77:i5; for 1SW, S,2ti7.-
8 oil; tor 1S70. 412,005.7.S1 'J(i; and tor
1871, $lU,Sr)2.G37 ac, When tlie bank
was loreed into liquidation in lhi-1, tho
total amount of deposits had reached in
round numbers - $50,000,000, and the
nmount paid out to depositors $03.0UO
000, leaving balance duo depositors at
the time ot the failure 000,000, and ol
this amount Ywl.OJJ .w were due to
MORION .Ml'ST UIi:.
The following is from the Indianapolis
Sent bit i of Wednesday, the 12'.h :
The general opinion is that Senator
Morton will die at a verv earlv iluv.
Kepurts were on the street yesterday
that death is steadily advancing upon the
citadel ol his vitality. We were informed
that his body is encircled by a blue mark,
wnicn muicutcs itiu advance ot death
towards thu region of the heart, and
brain a most singular phenomenon
and one that must excite tho most pain
lul interest to those who watch the
upward movement ot tlie death line,
l'osscssed ol wonderful vitality, the
Senator may live a couple of" weeks
longer, but ids friends should hold them
in readiness to hear the announcement ol
his death at any iiiunieut.
X-lt l.alcc Special lu Chicago V i.
1 'resident Taylor was born in F-imlahd
in 1S1U, espoused the Mormon faith
abroad and joined the brethren at Maii
voo. lie became prominent in the figlit
at Carthage, Missouri. I Illinois Fd.
Jmtnuil) June 27, 114, in Which Joseph
and llyritin Smith were killed, where he
was seriously wounded, and gradually
progressed to the leadership of the
apostles, lie is a determined fanatic,
fully in accord with tho advanced spirits
ol the hierarchy. In personal appear
ance lie is mil, burly and biistlinsr.
M lm My, where lor years ho hnVh..,
an earnest expounder of the Mormon
faith, and has a large family. In8,.enl,.r
occupation, for with us all the leaders ol
he church are engrossed ju business, he
lias mining interests of considerable val
ue. 1 he selection seems to give general
satisfaction to the saints, and w iU'put an
end to the intrigues on foot since the
death ot Brighaiu Young.
"AX KPISn.K FROM GOD."
1 HAT IS WHAT JHU MOBMO.V iI-OSll.i;s
ri.Aiu io have I!i:clivi:u-ai.i. uik
hi. is and i'owi;Ks vksted roiiuvKH iv
THK nt KHK.
Special to the .New Vmk llwuld.
Salt I.akk, Ftah, Sept 10, lS77.-The
i weivo apostles have to-day issued
epeiue to the Mormon
to have received a
Al.TKII B. 1'KXIXOTOM ., MnMi-r
JllAli'.liS I'li.-t.NINliTOS i lerk
t Will have Cairo every WKIjXKSLIAY at
o'cluik i. iu.
Tho flei't eteanif-r
AN UNRIVALED XLUQTHA
LfrtViii 1 Hiro t-vt-rv
Kuch boat mukes close connoetluiii) at tilro
with flml-cliipij au-arucru for St. Louis, Alem
piiin Ki'.il .New OrleKiis, and at Kvansville with
ihe t. AC. H. H. lor all poinM North anj Kast,
an J witti the I.iminville .Mail bn-amera fot.all
uointB on the liutier Ohio, (tiviuK tlirouirhre-
ct-tjitB ontrvighni and iiuBeuger to all euinte
For urthfr information apply to
J.VMh.- llliiliS, l'lihtM-niT Airent.
J. M. I'HILLll'S, AatB.
urtn U. J. GIUM.VCii,
up rintimlent and Ciiicml Kroinht Agent,
(ITPKU C Ail JO)
The Steum Kerrytoat
mm Gib 1 0.2
Wilt ho run rcirularlv. leaving Ureen-
field'b laudim; lit 7. !) and 11 oYloek a. m ;
1 ;u(), tl;3 1 and o'clock p.m. diirin,; each
On Sunday she will leave tho Uniting tit
nnd Moclock a.m. and at 11 in., ai.d at
S.J0 p. in
I. Idl OK OEA1.KKN-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeuale and lUUil 11. aim In
Toreigu and Domcatio
;yim:m of am. kixii
ltSMl. 'JSiXlil 4 CO. hae ioimlantlv
lT.a. a lurKf 8lx-k ol Um giwln hi Uii- jiiar
(l, au.l ((ivfceuiiociiil aitc-uiiou to Iho Khulula
'ii.ri ol me buainma.
-it ! if lo
revelat'on from r;mi
on the 4th inst. directing them to nreside
over the Church without electing a new
l rophct. The promulgation here r,t 1 1,
extraordinnrv d I IP 1 1 f nr.i. t 1. n . .
n. iinn ereateu ( X-
citemeiit and surprise among the Mor
mons, and disgust ninom? the t:.,n...
who are too well aware ot the
of several of the Twelve not to bell, Ve
that thu Alii.;..i,i.. i,,..i i ...
"'J u"i a small part
iu the matter. In the p()lllt oi holdueg,
t:tJ '-yo"J any:
-..... .. ... wu.-,-,, oiiiuii oyer dreaiH.-.i
ot, and is equalled only by the dis o J
mg bulletins which
forth from time to time. "
CKEDCLOtS, KOOI.ISU I'KOl'I K
It exceeds all the Ideas of the slrnnle
minded peasants to whom spelkim i
tongues," us St. 1'aul described ht, hfsuf
c entJy maryeiious, as none of i , "
gifted men ever condescended to trana
late their gibberish nn.i 1 ......t0 ra"?-
die. a ,.,,, lwd-
?aint3, Oils, Varnishes,
all Papor, Window OlaHs, Win
aow Shados, &o.
Alwaya n Un.l, IU.- 1, hraM uluminatin
Oornur Kl.vanth Etr6t and Waahln
Al ZIOJtA OIL.
When Schibnvh Uued it famous Mid
summer Holiday Number iu .illy, alrlendly
eniio sal a of it : "Wo arc notsure but that
Schibnkk has toiii bud high water miuk.
We do not see w hat worlds an left to it to
conquer." Uut Hie piibllelie-s do not con
sider tnat they havo reaclicl the ultluia
thule of excellence-they believe "there are
other worlds to coif pu i , and iliey propuan
to conquer theni."
'1'he prospectus fur tlie iiflW votiuio fcdvel
flni titUmot more tliuu liny papirs ojiostly
Illustrated), by writers oi die Idgiest nn nu
I nderttle bead of
we have "A Winter on the Nile,' by (leu.
Mi t'lellan ; haunteiini-'s About t'ouetanti
nople,"ny Charlt-s Dudley Warier; "Out
of My Window at Moscow,'' b' Kiiens
Setiujler'. 'An American lu Tirklstan,"
etc. Three serial stories are aniuunced'
' 'Nlcholtt Minturn,"
Hy Dr. Holland, the Kdito.
w hose story of Seveiioaks" avetuo bigj
et satlhfuelion to tho ruadcrs of lltu
Tho scene of this latet novel is laid ot
the banks of thu llmNm. Thu iero is a
youug man who has been always 'tied io a
woman's apron striu;:," hut win, by Ihe
death of his mother, Is lul t aloiu iu the
world to drift ou the curreut ot file with
a lortuno, but wltaout a purpose.
Another serial, "His Inheritance," by
!is Trafton, will begin on the lomplction
ot "That Fass o' Lowne's," by jtrs. llodj
son llurnett. ilrs. Hurnett's uo' hesun
in August, has it pathoa anddrumatiepowct
which havo been a surprint) to the public.
I hem ia to l-o a cciloa ol orglnal and ex
quisitely illustrated papers of'T'opulai Scl
enco," hy Mrs. Hen Uk, cadi paper com
plete in itseit.
There arc- lobe, fioni variiu pens, papers
'Home Lifn and Travel"
Also, pra. tieal suuiiCstiomas to towu aim
country life, village iniprtvemiuts, etc., by
Mr. Hiiruaru's articles in various indus
tries ol (ireat llritain liielido the history oi
"Some Fxperinients iu Cc-operatinn," "A
.Seoti.-h J.oaf Faetory'' ii the ovemtei
imuiher, and "Toad Lane, lioehdale," ill
lioecinlji r. Other papersare, "The Uriti.-L
Workingnian's Home," "A Nation of Shop
keepers,'' "Ha'penny aVe(k for the Child,'
A richly lllutiated scrici will be given on
"American Spoits by Flooi and Field," bv
various writers, and eaca ou a dilleron'l
theme. The subiect of
"Hju-jjUoI J and Homeeeoratl on"
will lmve a prominent place, whilst the
productions ol American hamorista will ap
pear from month to month. The Jit ol
shorter stories, Mographictil and otini
sketches, etc., is a long one.
The editorial departinentwlll continue to
employ tho ablet pens both at home anu
abroad. There will be a series ol letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei-Ior-1.
The. paxes of the magazine will be open,
ai. heretofore, so tar aj limited space will
permit, to tho discussim of all themes at
testing the social and religious hie ol the
world, and specially to the trcidicst thought
ot the Christian thinkers aud scholars ot
We mean to make the magazine sweetel
ami purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous in all its utterauces and intlu
eticts, und a more weL-ome visitor than
ever before In homes of refinement and cul
ture FIFTEEN MONTHS for tl.
SrmiiNKK lor iJoeemner. now ready,
and which contains the opening chanters ol
"Nicholas Minturn," will be read with eager
eurioi-ity und intercut. Perhaps no more
readable number of this magazine ban ye
been issued. The three numbers of .Serib
ner for August, September, und October,
containing the opening chapters of "The
l.asf o' Tow rie', ' will he given to every
new Biibiteribcr (who requests it), ami
who?e subscription beirinswnh the precnt
volume, l. e., with me aovt-nitjer number,
.'jilbseiljilion price, H a year ;i.i eeuts
number, Sneeial trrm? mi Jiniind.va)
I SC1I1J,-,K .V CO.,
i'.roadwav, N. V,
ii n ii j cureu-no hnmbiig-bv one
month s usage of Dr. (ioulard'a CclArat-
. uw . ' i?"I''iiee sufferers
luniim win (loai wo cam for
them, we will send tli-m by mail pi"
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Ooul'lrd is
...v. wu.j jju j sii-iiiu wmi has ever made thi
disease a special study, Hhli a, t0 0, j
knowledge thousands hare been periim
nently cured by the Use of these powd -n
we will guarantee a pi-ruiam-Lt cur ' ir
every caBe, or refund you all monev ev
pended. All suirercra h,o,n, ,(ve i,J(.,t
Kwders an early trial, and be convince'
of their curative powers.
mriC9,.f?r UULy, b01-'. "f I'O.VOH 101
tin, sent by mail to any prt of l ifted
latesorCunadaon rceeij.tof price, or bv
express, C. O. I). Aibiress, 1 '
Kl'lXTAL AStiEaaMEXI' NOTICE.
Bpeclal Warraut No. 1. :
1'iiIjIic muica i herchy givrn llut ll tuunty
utirluf Alcxuinkrciinly hm, reudcrwl jinlniHaui
fora apocul uacnMnent upon property bciieliled
by llic Mliwiiix InipMveiiiciili ol ink-walk, lo-wil-HOTEL
North (idc lllh slrtel UaHoenCoiniiKru.il avenue
and r-nplar atrert .
South side Kth strccl hetween Commercial aven
ue and l'oplar Mrret
8oiith nle I llh street hiMucen Commercial avonue
and VH.hiiitou avenue
Norlli sid: lllh between Wo:'luMgeii -avenue and
IV.. lull t lfr.:t
- Wi Hide Vj,lilnif ii arrnut Leiaeen ltili and
Suiiib Mlr lhh Mrcei htm ecu W'ushiiigtun aven
ue and Walnut meet
fast aidtt W:ihin(inn avenue lieiwatu Tenth
and 'i'wtlllli stirels
West side Tophr m. I l.eluecn Hih and ITih
Potilh tide Mli net Iwlwceu WashingtiM
iivcime and Walnut slice!
S""1,1' ide7Uibtiet lUvem t'oininctcial avenue
and ashiiiRtun .ivuuiu:
North fidu 7th street betwt. n Cuiuiiitrual avenue
and ashint.ui avouuc
orih side l.'ilisiicel froiitinii Levee siieet
Corner east tide (ouiiueril.il avenue muili auiv
C.iraer l.i-vie ami llh sirect - south siiln
South side llh sin-el lieineeu I C It It stop anil
I oruet Coninieroi.il avenue aud south side 2nd
I urner la-vcr street south side lli itret-l
North side lhh street between Waging ton av
(hue and I'oplar street
1 1. rner Letre and 4th streets north side
North ride l.-'th street between l ashiiiglon avcuui
imd Walnut strc-t
North tide ISIh sin-el lietwceu Walnut and Cedar
Ninth t..lc 1-lh slrt-et between l evee sttcet mid
fC I! U irip
North snie 18th rtreetbet-Areii 1C 1 stiijiaiul
.Si. itli ml. .--Jith street between 1 C Ii K strip and
(VnnueM ul avenue
S. nth side --ill stn-.-t bciween l.cvce strea and
1 '' It l( snip
cm side I'opl.-ir street lielwoen ITih and Isih
Sullth side Mil street between l.rvcc street and
est side Cedar street between l'nh and bill
West tide Levee street bitw-.i-ii Dili and lllh
As will more fully :ipi-.-ir Irmn llie certified copy
ol the j'l.Jcim nt on file in the otliee of die clerk uf
tl'e city of I airo, 111 . 'llial u Harrant for the col
lei '.i.'ii. id' such ..-sesimeui in in tlie hands of tlie
undersigned. All ersoiis interested are hereby
n itilieil to rail .mil p.iy the amoiinis assessed, at
the collector's office, l'X Olllincicial avenue, wilhiu
:lo day from the date hereof.
It. F. l'AUKKR, Collector,
Dated this Jlth davof August, A. I). 1S77.
..iiimmcaiion ironi on hiirh
"ii tuc ii ek- u in
.-.iiiiui urv not iii.i.i.,ii,.,.i
however. umr. " . .. ".V" ." '
- ... ..ifirui-t-, (.cieiu-c. lll.'ili.
Miuu-iiiese tiuiii;, uiun have no t i e.. .
hood tliese thin
the devtcd inndoo,,;vr1';
tilt Vuw-fi a . . ' ""V
did not Intxiri,. least
ini ti.. . "V:"" - ' um con-
which hti,rS' tT rASKS
post ai Governor wag due L il " 4
rooted dWike ot faavinc the "Sffii
istritlon overhaul the record onif.? r n."
or direct charp could h, &'su t!i
him be wouldiiot liave held out i a
The control of the ute i now V.nir'
Ir in Democratic haml, U, u, in .'i0
)fcn, bare practiealiy ,,'0Xnce &t'
F'iSIW ? comc' Th Par S
touted wltH Ui rcini of KwZ,!?t
an misused tit mU A11 wt
lott confidence In the ntegrity of tbi iirS
pubitoB leader, and the party, V , J p
10 III IU ,il
I'M i-si a uciorc t hi. 1...P ...
to Inn ..... "'.
thest! deluded ,-rent, ;,,a ... ',Mru''JI'.
morrow discuss ibij """"'
cominaiid ir.,, , ' "ni't
"Itcmpt to retain power i.vai.. K '!r.
wuicil tun been aul ieeted H- i ' . U1'"'
violence to a cot h h ., nl1 lraU(1 a,"J
Physical sla erv ' ll' . i ,llc'"al ami
Oriental hist,, v u"Ml'inK
T4VM.ll I'KKSIIIKS, .,,T
4l OTI.V(J J.'KO.M BlIKiiuv
their claim by r.uo inu , J S udl
hani Youiik. T,y SIZ,?"?-
.Smith coitf... . '"'. J
i'lmsell iPcld heforc h, , ; n, k;nm,:h h
and no man or m of S Vt i
.!nJwjliaiidlho twelve tiTher lii
tl lea world or i n. ,. ....i.i " r "
jUcy -wailed on the l ord ''Tilo
blessed then, a revealed thcl'r A
Aocordltijr to the hundreds ol des.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
IN TEE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clone.
Oorn.r 10th St. and OommsrciaJ A
C 0. PATIER & CO.
Wholeaale Inahr In
Oil), Corner Twelfth
lUB bv tin. i'... I ... .
l'kediur .l,iw,rnK. "u or 10,1
"TH. K. SMixa
olfe1?? to Surgeon.
Conitnerelnl Ave,,?,. , lt'Co,n" HVi-ntli und
ASH & EnriPTiMo
3Q Fulton s-treet. Hrjoklyn, J.
rAlklimnl-.n tl...a . .
rcrjurfre or unman tv iM
r,,,Ji'il?''!1.',1h,ti.,!lat 1 arn,in I'osses.lon of the
be profcmion lor tke N,y, pobitivu , tun ol
utl Ureail.lise, arel i,'g u. weh-.i o e0D m.
Hunts- vizi CaUirrb, Asthma, lli, ' , , Z
wus .ehility, ,-ix. , 1 , f
lieveln i.ieilieinc. '1 wi-nty-eijrht y c'li
neniTHaa hus-y pra.-tiri-.uf-r in the , at e. T.
titiinplion lionpitulK in the old an. , ew" oiT
...a taiiKht rut- the value of pr.,,.r n,li u ,n
both local anil constitiuimuil1 i,, ih " , " . '! "
Kreiit ei,,Miy or o.ir ra,: . I huve fmi(, it" '
1 sm diirreifcilnir. I tartii mi. i huv t th ,
...... -ihivtiibT tTKr-a
httiTOsslhlly treuk.1. full purli, ,,1,'rV dir'
.Xt,,,.. y. ani1 "J'V and advice am!
Wnu u'CZV" your
mail.!,,,.,. ,.r.;r.; : v. :., "
I'll. Jul IS S. JintNTTT
willy 1 1,7 J.-fliTHun Bliwt J.ouiavil
MAVE MirXAT ALXTIUX.
liy viilue of an order of tlie Distritt Court of
the United Maim, lor ti e tfoulheru Idalrict uf
IlliuulH, 1 will on
'i HUlisSHAV, OCTU1IEK 4th, 1ST7,
At the hour of eleven o'clock A. M on th
iiviiiiua, ut lutinuii, iu ihoUjunty ot Jolin
anu, aud Siatc ol' liliu.iin, offer at public ven
due, to Um hiijliest bidder, the line aUvc mill
lataly owned and occopieil by Crane A Ituah,
i.l Kormim, Illinois, now bankrupt, together
Willi all the building und machinery pertJlu
hj' to isai'l mill.
We have here, and will Sell, every thing which
It necemarj', liir entering at once upon an ex
tensive bnaineas in cutting atavea and headini;.
Among the pioperty to be aold art- the lollon
oii: A heavy two-atsry lrume building and
brick eiirine room attachid, a ati-mu engine and
builcr, tin steam boxes, a Cameron aieuin pump
wnh iiijieand h..8oaltiicheil,Baw, Krindatonaa,
eara, an ..uuluirr iMai lnne, a stuvecuttini! ma
chine, two alitve jointiuir machines, a heading
plainini; machine, a heading Jointinn inuciiine,
u lieadiux turnniK niitelnue, a itittlll kiln) alto
shiKHle suwH, tiiia;i.lnit euws, concave aas.
thick fliiWH, atave Jointer knives, heading joinUir
tnives, pluiuers, etc.: also a lllacksmith shop
und tools, a barn and hay room, cooper ahop
and barrel nni, nnd all nee-6ary aheds fur
htnrin' materiul s together with a lease-hold in
terest in lire ai-rt-H of land, on which the above
ili-Bcrib d building ttiiinl. The lease running
upwards of twelve year. Facilities lor ship
ping me unsurpuaMil. A kwiteh of the Vli
eeniies railroad runs directly alongniile ol the
slKds used for ttornig lualernd. there la plenty
id good limlier near tin mill, uml a steiidy and
i .umlaut demand lor all the Muck it can turn
Look nut for a bHtyuiii. Now Is fl.e time to
buy. I rum this time lorward business can lie
done upon ii rising market,
Tl-.liMsoi riALE.-Oiie-lhlrclcash in hand,
one-thin. I in idx months, ami one-third in
twelve month from Ihe day ol' sale, the de
ferred puvim-M to draw six per rent intercut,
and lobe eeturisl by l.xiii-a.,Tio"tD ieraonal
mciuity. Inifuirie can he addressed to the
undi-rMgned at Cairo. Illinois, or to John L.
Mul'.f y, ;if KurlHan, Illinois.
( airo, I Hi". . Sept. , 1, 1STJ. Assignee.
. 's. .'i i. J t.i u., ' - '
SIGN OP THE
i . i ', -,
SIGN OF 1'HE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Bucliu
BARCLAY BROS .
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at V
Barclays' Drug Store. :
Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines -
Barclay sr Drug Store.
For Holman'a Ague Pads
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Chills and Fever Medicines
At Barclays' Drug Store.
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY AUGUST FLOWER
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
For Medicinal Use,
AT;BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Slacking, Stove Blacking,
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
l'ie dl.trirt Y. Th. .-. ."."" 01 ol
1 1 thorn Hi strict
tAl Hi..,.:. ""' (nc
Ua,hre Winu.n, Unkru'l willon
lllh MAY UP ' SKPTKAlBKIi. lsrr
rn,l,vl...l i i , -""" Winston, to-w it
2 we" l J Whip 15 raiiL'c
LinJivnJid ' nw 'xiir... T.
we t ni up ii range a
k? "C"-n 3 l"w"l'in 1 1 range 2 west
!. s a-' townsl.l,, I.-, ran wnt
hw ' ,c.:t,on .11 township 15 ranw we?i
V', seaion U township lu rani 2 wt
St'a section -'I t.,wn.k:. .7 " .5
i . . i - ...j ranee w...
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STQT?-
Coarse and Pine "combs7andHair Brushes
.. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Am TurPentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's CoTdiairMcLcanKlS TT
' "" township ,15 ran :iVe
tT ' se,a",n "-nihip 1 5 range '
K SeCtlOn IW lOWn.hin 15 ran,," Vi...
t. nw it section township li, tmnic 1 ,.,
.ii township llLgc i w.- t
.ection I.l township 15 rae 3 we" V
,.w y action 7 township H, rang 1 wet
Nw! aection :a. township In range 1 n r.t
Nw', ne section , township ,
':' ne section township In range w,s,
Se'a ne-4 sccnui, l township 1 52",,
II in AlejunUcrcBunty Illinois. U r,t
Se' section 1 township 15 range 2 east
Se corner ol sw', .section towns)., r.
Hostetter s Bitters
i'iro, county of .U
'"aUcI- COl"Uy f VuUM and -State :
l M. anrl nt. -In ....I . i. . " "s '.
Hrt aiWiti ; r ' " "' ' the
ander, and Stale of Illinois
L'.is !,Sl.aS, ami a; in Die Hotel
thel ltyof I i rolbn.U '
i ne u rniH o t in
French, English and American Perfumery
r-. .. A l BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials r
-r- AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
. . AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Homoapathic Medicines" " :
.he Wanec inihi :!'.h "''
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
ano eighteen months, with si:
air,; l,y deed ol trust on promise, iol.l.
Jl.ds f.ranynf sai.l r. ,1 ,..,. ,.,.i,
sen per cent interest,
,.... n-.ii esiaie wi l r.r.:...A
tip loony of sale by ,M . .1
. ii-jt-iL-r ;il i ami. ,1
Aug. 2i)ih li-T;.
it , " c rcretver
llnwlcv or Siamn.l ,1
J. D. DEANE, Prpp'r
f lli'M. Charles.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
G. D WILLIAMSON,
! OHIO LEVEK.
1llmuol'e,;,tll',,, "mn tcuMlKnini-nUwia
k WMIW alt.1
Estate ol Bridget Clark, deceased.
.,,L1!f.,''...r.HjB"e.lJ-Lv"' ''"on appointed
sue tiMaiQ or Hi-. .. .i..... .7 .
oniiiiiv ;,f-1,?';:V,"r" 1U oi
lllinol-, diiceased. herehv
notice that do
Will nv... 1 . "
the county -ourt of AlandcTcounTy0.!
the court lioiiKe in ( , .. .... ..u.nV, Bt
on tlie third Momliy ' u,:t "nex T at which
f..r tin. ni.rr, .r."t.'.r. iu": Bu 10 '
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
- 7 ATBARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax " . -
and Corks for putting up Fruit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, '
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
IllHtCd. All lieMoiia In . , "a"'.0. O.Ullllllfi. SmifVi'o T7" m. .
renucstcd to m,.' 'fTi."...?? "I es ' ""v" " "" iVlCbS XOniC
nmnl l ll,.! . - 7" "".osiiliuio riUV. HjT1 w. '
w iud iihudi niLrni'CI
IMIICII. til s '.'1st .
I in. nil ll.lo ill,.. . .
.i i. i.-i ay oi Alll'liur A ts
turn Testamcnto Auncxu
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
i DAnuLAYS DRUG STORE.
O l H E TO CONTUACTOIW
O. U.. . . . ,
in iiiy (,i mi,, i
Cam. III. . s.,,.1 -. ...'"I I
t i i vuiio, um., nept, ii. I7; l
lon t .l..M,,,,m,iM,;:,o,l,S8'UI1 "J Ul
mi rlKlit to reie,;t any or all ,i,, r,wr.(.
x iiU.l.m.Clly Ucrli.
llOW It la
The lltatolijrct n lliv wlllnim i,..i
Slum ."'v1 "vi..r u,c
-'hi, i uy uaiBir Jra.AM. a n"
, lilriiiiess of The ii.aii' i auUu' Coatlve
'imi.' low s,, ! ""'w 1'r.oatra-
other ilav Vm .!.....' u.u",u no uBurn-rnt-cltta
UrtiKBlaU In the 0, 8. '
I Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens andHEikr"""7
. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
Cough Medicines of AH Kinds
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine :"
...L?ARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, r "
Feather Dusters and Cou
' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Buy Your BruQG
At Barclays' Drug Storo.