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' Sir. aiu4 toaoaouaca Uoae t. ltawU
-a eMiUssie A to (.He t louncy Jidf M
.hjuaraiUaVr,ttrit rtini'oi Now er, 18,,,
icMTTail.i lor lb. crftr. of county
jliSTif AWedtr .i'y. fcl'tliiw first r,iei.y
asf. inharU(4 te mount W . F. Put err t
a HnH ta D County CUrs., .lt
da, intsfeiay, MeeBbi !ih, li,".
U .n. n kuiEMtulDt canlidaM Ur th olStct of
fiyTu.fc (i uk flection to be htld KorUiber
M WtawiulKaiUeJ to atmoOtu-e Henry Plan"! a
T. . nnJiilale lor CouHT Cirri; a
.. . . . .1 . . . , - . 4 r -
WtetttottoheU Norenibet ah.lsTT.
- lUIMMUlMWI wvanv-";-- ..
Flrse aaaoituM thai 1 im n independent canui
UfttefU ttcLtnpt,y clrrle of Aleiiuider
as!. J.lalf.H W. ST1.WAKI.
We are" aalWied to announce Samuel.!,
mn a a aaailitiaR fr ttieoSlce ot County
1 Clark at Vie election in be trM .November tth,
W.tr. authorize! to announce .folia Y. Ilely as
n jiai. far th o&ce of coum clerk at the
eiecmoatO SK Bern ..uvcinucr n, - .
.1 kmb snaounce itut I am a candidate for Ilia
aroasi conaiy vktk w
Jed Jroar sleeision at. tout
alacea.en th Sinh day of No
Very Bespectfully. I
Coast Conaiy Clerk of Akiander conniy, siio-
your irsucMivo Tvynj,
S'ovembrr, IK. 7,
CAS PI. it 1UST.
fat Caausty Bchaol SnperlDtenilent.
We art authorized to ami wince Mr. P. A. Tay
lor as a candidal for re-election to the onice of
ataly ataswt euperintendent, at the elect lun to be
Weeieaaiberiiedtoanaonnce (enryfimit as a
easM'tsUte for coroner of Alexander count-, at the
1lTeatias(tbaWI4N'o.th,U;7. ' '
amtiArlMtta HinAHIire A. J. Allien ft
a cawtidate lar the oiice of County Tlfaurer of
Alenadercouilv. Election, Tueiday, .November
THE U. S. SENATE.
ai.wiwi.tftn' V ' n'"1'-1'''1 - " 'i
JBB rOWTICAt STATUS 01?, THE riKXATK
mmmxss: - A CL08B l"IT. ;
7ram the Quincy Herald.
The folloninj; roll ot tbo bcdrIo, iliow
tai at ft glance the political classification
of that body, will bo of Interest at Uiis
tine, la view ol the organization of the
MDT. Margaa, Ala.
A H Carlaad, Aik
Cha W Jaaea, Kla
J K McDonald, Iml
Taeto Kernan, N X
John O Thnrman, O
A. 1i Uroter, Orefraa
1 W A Wallace, l a
m W WKatB.Conn
W H Barnum, Conn
1 .leha a ttorOon, Oa
- F Omnia, MA
Ceo W 8iencer, Ala
H W Ueney, Ark
8 H Connover. r'la
O V llorton, Iml.
H K Bruce. Slim
Koacoe ConkliDir, N Y
NtiEiey Slattuewi, O
M Jlltrhell, OreKOn
Donald t'ameron. 1'a
J U Cliafiee, Colorado
W B AUnon, Iowa
Jahn J Ingalla, Kantal
r u i-iumu, itaneaa 1
Hannibal Hamlin, Me
Junes U Blaine, Ma
' if w nyta, aiu
H L:uawea, Nail
l H Anaatranc, Ho
'i boa r Eandolph, N 3
J U MePherton, N J
4 Mm -. X '
' II W ftaaasm, N C
- .IB Bailey, Tean
rnuel Maiey, Texn
Ulchard Coke, 'J'eaa
loan W Jolinfon, Va
H (i lHtvii, v Va
caiHeNtord, W Va
(, r n
H.IR McMillan, Minn
wna nimtom. Mtna
A H raddock, Ncl.
Allen Kaimdern, VeU
John I Jones, Arr
Wm Sharon. Nev
II Wadlelt-h, N n
KU Itawliao, N II
A rt Anthony, H I
A K Btirnsidc, It I
tieo FKdmuadt, VI
.1 8 Morrill, Vt
TO Howe, WU
A CamrMn, Wla
It A Harct-nl, Cal
It J OXlrlbT. Ill
i J TPatteraon, 8 I
I A W Ferry. Mich
33 Hepublioann 37
, , , .. lXDtTENDF.ST?.
4 Nrwtoa Booth.California.
lavid Dayit, illlnoia. ,
' J r Utrintlaaey, Mlchifin.-
J H Kuitlt, Loultiaria, IXmacrat.
it 'W P KellugR, Louitiana, Kepublican.
W X Bpoffurd, Louuiana, Kepublicaa.
Jai&e Lewia, Louiuaiia, Democrat.
, M C Butler, Sauth Carolina, Democrat.
" U X Cwbla, South Caraliaa, Republican.
Should two Democrats from Louisiana
end o&e from Sonth Carolina be admitted
to seatt, the senate would stand thirty
tlx DemocrafJ to Uirity-scven Pepubli
cans and three Independents, the latter
a'Uliig a balance of four. It Messrs.
Booth and I'iirlfUiancy are ranked as re
publicans, and Judge Davis m a
Democrat, the Senate w HI stand Rcpub
Democrats 37.' BenatorAIorton
Mas too 111 to attend, it virtually stand
&i 'ii.Un i ' '
COX DXXIES IT HER8CHEL V. JOHNSON,
JjANO TBB : aCTBEMJt COVRT JCDGE
SHIP TBI, SPEAIEESBIP IK.NATOR
.' rATTEBSON ABBESTED. J:- '' 1
'JVashisotojc, Oct,. 6. New Orlcaus
papers arriving today state that the ob
ject ti JILt. Cox'a visit to that city during
Jbe summer was to gather data for quo
warranto proceedings In behalf ot Mr.
XUdea as well aa to canvass for the
fpeakerahlp,' Mr. Cox emphatically de
hits the statement, saying that even if
lir. Tllden'a friends were in want of such
data ha (Cox) would be the last man they
would ask to secure it.
TEJ VACANT SUPREMX COUBT JL'DsjLSHII'.
, ist supreme court mecn on jxionuay,
and Um new Justloc, it Is thought, will be
Usaadpn day during the, week, aa the
jtlcea will want to detldi. up the cases
new before the court. A week ago the
VtfeM(6licliadan editorial in-
rrtTPTlodgers, Mr. Hayes1 private
ncretaiTs , tavorably mentlonlna; the
MMOfUoiulleraohel V. Johnson of
Uergi for;tbe yacaney. This, with
ollws, leads to" .the belief that he
wUlbechosea irom among the many
wta are being urged for the pice. The
Neviraoiuen, ueo. u.Btueias here
ll aald lot to nave beeir without tbe pur-
fj ft.l ! til II ... ll t Tl,.1A UnM
- BrcUnrUre ot St. Louis. w
STltff siw tvtnontn nAUTca-
'ttlrf luu been no cbangcln the speak-
: ( JfMfttfjt to4ay as few members will
' i l) alter Uunflay. Raudalllsnow
t -ttA prluclnaliT aealnst Mr.
:' r I jTJa tactics are to glye out the
' .f3 IZ CM tottat is merely ' a candidate
--'iilitlt, Ihowlnn that many
r 'ZHA tnUlof tArrlion that
ntrato on Sayler. Um.
is. V:Jm"f'of tb candidates
t L.;.ttZi icT'lablllfy, lad the
member! whn ilo no complimentary vo-
ina choose between the two. Thus It
that It they are made to believe that Mr.
Morrison' nandhlaey le lorSaykr bene
ftt they at mire ami for all tlmo vote tor
r. SKXATOK PATTKHSOJf allUKSTEtl.
C'iilet-.lufitice Oartfr.lmvlng lust nljjht
IsjueJ a warrant on the requisition ol the
oyernor of South Carolina tor the arrt 't
ot, Senator rtteroii, a vklt wa soon
thereafter matle to the reslJewe o( the
senator. 'HI counsel, Shellubarser. Wil
son, Cook tt.i.l Chaile IVIliam, knew ol
his whereabout, and when preliminaries
for a petition lor writ ot habeas corpus
were completej the tnaralial was inform
ed ot the locality of the enator,i:i imp
on the arrest was made, and iuiuinihtely
wunsel applied to Judge Ilurntthri ys tor
a writ ot habeas corpus, the petition be
ing bae.l on the lollowln irroumU : .
First Senator Patterson was regularly
elected Senator In l!72 and uhortly alter
came to the District of Columbia arid re
mained in the. the disehareo of his duties?
that he visited South Carolina several
times hut committed no crime and has
continued to reside, and therelorr it can
not be said in terms ot rennbitloii that
he is a ftiffltlve lioin justice.
Second The term of court at w hleh
the Indictment was found was not a res
ular term ot the court. It was not held
at the time nnd place authorized ly law,
and consequently the llndintf is of no
validity, and the Indictment on which
the requisition was founded Is void.
Judge Humphreys issued a writ of ha
beas corpus and the marshal produced
rattcrson, ttlchbonrjr, the agent of
South Carolina who brought the req ills
ition, was present.
ALiODV I'UillT 11F.TWKEN Oi;X. MILKS' VOU
' CTS AND THE NE7 ITBCES. TWENTY-
t'Oin SOl.DIKKS KIll.KD SEVK.NTKK.V
IXDIAVS INTT.CMXO KIVK CHIKKal IHTK
Chicago, Oct. 7. The following dis
patch from Gen. Miles was received by
me here, at eleven o'clock this evening:
Hkadq'hs Dist. oi' Yki.lowsto.nk,
1'AW JITS.. J-
Oct. 1, 1S77. J
(.AMI' 'KAR JiRAR-i
Gen. A. II. Tkbhy, commanding Depart
incnt ot Dakota:
GaSERAL This command moved rap
idly to Snake creek, striking the lresh
trail of the hostile Xez Perces coming out
of tho Dear-Paw mountains at seven
o'clock, the 30th. Met and surprised the
camp at eight o'clock, capturing the lnr
ger part of their herd, about six hundred
horses, mules and ponies.
Was quite severe and tho enclosed Is i
list of our killed and wounded. Tho 1 1;
dlans lost seventeen killed, iueluding
Lbokipg-Glass and Joseph's brother nnd
three other chlels nnd forty wounded.
Joseph gave mo his solcinu pledge yes
terday that he would surrender but did
not, and they are evidently waiting for
aid from oilier Indians. They say Hint
the Sioux are coming to their aid. Tle y
In some deep ravines, ami Kent under
lire. To t;tke them by assault would cost
many lives. I may wear them out and
eventually compel them to give up. They
fight with more desperation than any
Indians I have ever met. 1 believe there
arc many escaped villains in the villa;
who expect to be hung when caught. I
lielleve there Is communication between
this camp and Sitting Pull, and I linvc
used every e Sort to
PREVENT A JCNCTJ0V.
I am expecting the n mpanles w ith
Sturgis, and will then en
deavor . to send the second
cavalry company to Ben'on. I presume
you do not wish them withdrawn.
When surrounding the Xe z Perces vauip
1 Intend to send my wounded to the Mis
souri and captured stock to the Yellow
stone. 1 would respectfully suggest that
information be sent to the British author
ities to prevent any portion of the Xez
Perces tribe crossing the line, or disarm
them should they take refuge on Eng
lish soil. Can supplies be sent up the
Milk river road for the Second cay airy
Please send any Information or orders
that should govern my movements.
Very respectfully, your obd't scrv't.
Nelson A. Milks,
Col Fifth Inl'y, and
Ureyct Major U. S. A. comd'g.
ON TO MEXICO.
MliXICAX BAID INTO TEXAS TOWN CAP-
TUREP iXD COINTY OFFICIALS MAPK
The Galveston Dally Xtw oi Salarday,
October 6th, publishes the following ex
citing special from Fort Davis : ,
"A Mexican mob 400 strong took pos
session of the towns of Vslcta and Ban
Kll.arls, Texas. The county olllcials are
prisoners In the bands of an Inturlated
rabble, and theory Is "Death to Gringos"
and "Viya Mexico." Lottors received to
day at Fort Davis state that the Mexicans
in large numbers have captured and hold
in. custouv ail the otuccri oi jm raso
county. The lives of all white men are
threatened. There are no troops on the
frontier, and a uorrlblo massacre is Im
minent.. JuugoCharlca II. Howard Is a
prisoner ana bound with ropes.
St. Louis, Mo
JA8. EICE, A. M., ' Principals
f, a. avl) J
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP! $81 00
MOOT1 Carnnlet. Thoroggli and VraeUca
nnume or etufly in lit tniusd jt,u. -i
ooomoimiispenllhleto eynryyotttif nmn em
iisscisijisj vum m vs use. '''
,f, f. r . ..'..-.v..
if " tut Uluitraud Circular,"; V
'Mitm,. , ... s., ....
i0014,41' . f-resl.nnt. '
Hue thln la now thoroughly eslaUlheJ. Nv
inccniau'urtcredand human agmk allevl.ua
tain, baa there been anything whtih wenl o Ul i
1 iiirmeiiU . U'heit LinemenU hava itliln the pail
ytar cured more cie oi lincHuiiiviM'i,
Sliltf jnlnn, Caked BreJ'H, Sweillni:. rol'i'iuitts
lt,t. ijine AnlmaU, clu. , than all uine lemrmci
combined. A the name of 0:titatir implies hJH
hore and halfman, theheiuinc tne i.eiuaiir i.m'
liients are ur man and bea-t. Hut not the attn
Utiiniont. Ihe White l.inlment it Mr nian in"
yellnw It.r liorsn nnd animaU. Ilrrrln thii
i.lnimrnt dincH from oilier rc medie, tilthnuan
wme of the ingredienu are nliU in earu. Tluy
cotit.dnih cll-kai)wnit:h harel. arnica, carbol
ic, rock oil, tnentha nnd other powetful ti.gredienn.
Win. II. Hlctox, recliir nf t. John's crumb,
Wakrfcld, Clay county, Kan-a, writmi "Many
year" have 1 been muttering ftoni a wvk b.ncK.raim d
(rum a prain uiore tlun 4" years c,o. 1 have not
foiiudanylhiug to relieve air until 1 commenced the
'of Cenmur Linemen). I frcl it my chiKhan
tlury to Inform you that ly In womtrrful ette. tf I am
ontlrcly relieved ol p:iiu. J.imiarv -'id, lbj . .
Messrs. J. .McUuie & 1 1., diutcisn, Cincm-
"Xeamiepronnnnce the Yellow Centmr Lini
ment wiptrior to any thine .Ihey have ever used,
We eell several duen bottle every Uiiuilh, .mil tin
ale is tteadily increasing.''
'lhpare oi.lvnamplcj of Ihomanda iiik.ii tlioin
aml of simil.ia te-tiniu"iaU reachinsr u every
nionih. All the extracts, embrocatioiv, .dvej
,.,.1 uintment in existence are nut doinE one-lemn
the good which is done by iliese ndinira'uic Cen
taur Liniments, ror imM uitc siiin-i. nil'.
salt rheum, etc, nothing is like the Centaur l.im
mint, while wi-.iiitxr. For spavin, rio; b .ne
. wind a!U. noil evil, scratches, eic, on
horses the vcllow Centaur Liniment i.i mualiy
good. They are certain in their elt'ecti, tiny ire
oleasani to use, they are handy and the y aie cheap.
.No family ahould lie withcut Centaur I.iiinnrnt
They are worth one hundred tiinia iheircot.
J, II. HUSK CO.. tllcy street. New lork.
Mothers will have rest and tr.eir babies may have
health, iftliey will use Dr. Pitcher's Castoria for
wind colic, worm, fevcrishncss.sour mouth, croup or
stomache complaints, it i. entirely a vesetahle pre
paration, and contaias neither mineral morphine,
nor alcohol. It is as pleaai)t t take ns honey,
neither gag nor grips, and ie superior to any reme
dy in existence.
Dr. E. Dimoch, of Dupont , Ohio, aay-s:
"lam Ueing Castoria in my prnclice with lite
must signal results,, and lind it a jerfccl subsiilulc
for Castor Oil."
This is what every one rays. Many nur.scs in
NawYorlt use the Castoria. It is prepared by
Messrs. J, Itosc A Co., successors to Samuel
ASK tne rxeoyertd
sufferer, victims of
fever Hurt atne, the
mecurial diseased pa
tient, how lltcy rccov
ercd health, cUceifm
spirits, anil good nl
pellt . will tel
you lijr taking; Slni-
;,mon'l Liver Pe(iu-
Tlir. CllLAPEt 1'. AN D BUbTFAltr.Y MED
ICINE IX THB WORLD.
ilious attncU, SICK IIEADAUIF C t.
remoti of Spirits., SOLTlSrOMACH, Heart
ThH unri7alh'd Sout'torn ncmcdj ' war
ran twl not t contain a lflrllcle of Mercury,
cr any irjiiriotn substance, but l
..rmiHl n hi ir those anuthcrn roots and UciliS wliit'li
an all wli litoyidenoe hati ijluced in countries
wlieroL,iver uiee.es pitvMi. i -mc ...
diseitsen caused liy ileriincerueut uo tlie l:yer
and bowels. .
Jhesynip:omsoi i.iver i,oni"uiv -te)
or bad taste it) the moiillii Pain in Hie back,
Side or JoliiWi oiun misuia-eJi im ruvuiuii
,u,,..a,i,r .rmiiacli. liiBD ol anmltte. bowels
alinrnutely coHtiTe and lax, headache, loas of
lnem'jry, W11Q a paiinui khmhuu m .,h,.uh
failed lo do nonu tliinK which ouijht to have
been d jne, debility, low npirin, a thick yel
low appearance of the akin and eyes, a dry
........1. ..ct..n ..liAiuk, n for conttumiitioii.
of thesn svmiitoins attend
,l,a ,lid.. .un t ,,Hi(iri4 verv leW.bul the liver, tllfc
larirfnt oixuu in the body, ia tieiierally tbo seat
of disease und il not regulated in time, tcn at
will'eiin, wrutchedueis iiniinr.Aiii win
1 ran rrvominond asonefllctcloiia remedy for
disease ol liie Llvr, llinrtburn ann nyniriia
riimitions' Livor it'.pciaior. Lewis wi'Mptf,
174ii.Ma.iter ftreet, AiiUnt 1'osunanter, l'hll-
" We have tetted its virtues,
none rlit fur D MitI)i .
i hrolibing Headache it Is the bes. ineilicine the
world ever saw, We have tried lorty other
remwli's Iwforo Pimtuons Liver KeKiilator,
but none of theiiH'ave us more than temporary
relief; but the BeKtilator not enly rellevsd
but cured us, "-Ed. XgutUKArii a.nu Mi ssis-
i.ik, Macou, Cia.
Nnthiiie is so untileasant. notlilnii so common
an had breath, and in nearly every nt it come
from the stomach, nnd can be m easily correct
ed if yau wiu take Simmons' J.iver iteguiauir,
Do not neirlect so sure a remedy for thisr.
pitlaivt di.order. It will alJ improve your
App:tiiv, complixioii, and Oeiarul lUaltli.
This liitrelnif otlliclion occurs mcift fic
iiiriitly. 'ilie disturbanco of tlie etomacb,
ariMllg iroill lllljH:ricv:ii7 utn'-oM wni.ui',
cauxes a severe pain in tiis bead, accompanied
uith disagreeable nausea, and this coustiluten
what U lioimlarly known 3 Sick Headache, For
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
PiEGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, cMuius four medical elements, r.evtr
d iu the tame happy proportion in any
ureiiarution. vii: a mentle Calliartic, a
irfiil lonio. an uncxcetilirnahle alterative
ceruin Corrective of all impurities of
rely, Michsignal success nag aiuii'ied it
hat it ia now regai'icu a uia
' As a Remedy in
MvI.AIMOrS FEVEBS. 110 ALL ( O.M
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENI AL DEPKhS
HICN. KK'TLE8..NK8H, JAIKUKE, NAl.'-
SK. SUCK IIKADACIIE. COLIC, CONMir.
Armed With this ANTIDOTE, ill charges of
elimate and water and food may lie f ired with
out tinr. As a L'tuit'ly in JtALAKIoCH
FLVEItS, JIOWEL COMPLAINTS, BEST
I.K3SNESU, JA1.NDICE, NAIEA,
maatt ahuhkd oxi.y ur
J. II. 7.F.ILE.N,
Price JI.O0. Sold by all Drua-Kijis.
Kutatc ol Kohcrt J. CunilllT, deceased.
Tho undersigned, having been appointoil
administrator ol the entW of Hubert J.
CumliU.lalo of tho county of Alexander,
and etats of JUinols, tleceascd. hereby
gives notice that be will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at tho
court bouse In Cairo, ut the November
terra, on the second Monday lo lSovctnher
next, at which time all persons luivlnf
claim against said estate are notified and
requested to attend for the purpose ol
having the same adjusted. All ptrxons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to tlie under
slffneil. Dated tills 14th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1ST7. Uaoitos! Fihiiir,
STBATTON & BIRD,
Jommi ssion Merchan
AUHRIOAN POWDI 0
M Ohio Lata).
Physician & Surgeon,
Offlcaln Winter's niock.eornsr revath and
Commercial Avenua, (antrano on betcnth.
ttealdencsi 1 klrteentli slnwt,Tlol'WashlnKton
l imit :.ii, ',i klnus. duns HUIm f i
ri jiii. Miiiistriii. t.sr lor tici.siiuii
ni.'lf:UM .'V I) Wilis, cutcsjj'
WARREN & GO.
OrtleiiB by uiail Promptly attendeil.
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STATU OF ILLINiilM,
AlexauderCniiniy. ,1 ' , ,. :
111 tlie County Court of "aid ennnty, November
'iurin, a. i). i.-;;. ,
Aiitrual Waleiiin ier, Admin-1
iatrntor oLthe e.lale m
Frederick Watermei'T, de-dei-eancd,
IVIiCn tn fdl
I.itia Vt'iiteimei. r, Kruile
Wali'iiuuicl', and l.mui:i
VVaterineiir, imnor lu irs
and LIiih Wub rtif ir, lbe
gitardiitu HI .'aid lullior I
' AUidavit of lliennii-re idciii'O of Llna Vt
eiutater, widuw, l inile W iitermcb r, and Km
m W 'Hlermeier. minor Inn. mid
Una Wntunuier, triiardiiu fur
sam miuor l.eir of eui l esiutej.l Itederita.
Wuleuiieler, ilcVe.ned, the del'.i.duuU tibove
named havini? been lili-1 ih the nnv of Hie
clerk of an id enimtr coin t: N otice in hereby
ivento tliesnlddelenduuH thut tlie petitioner
tiled kin petition I" said fours in prolate thete.il
on the 2lth day of September. A.D. Ii, lojtell
thn following mill propc-ry of the sustain o(
1 redirick Uatermeier, (1e..eaeil, lo pay the
ilebtaol' said estate situate In caul county r
A le wilder , f Uto ot'l llinoid , lo-W it Soil th t tire.'
foiirtlM of northwest ciiutrter of uonhwest
iimrler of secliou thirty-six, township l'-.-oui li
of rauaej went of thirst principal merit inn,
e.oiitainiiiK about thirty acres, and that a sum
niona IhetvilPoii iksiied out of aldcmrtnu'tli!t
S lid defend titi icturnable on the second Muiidny
of November, IH77, as i by law required.
Kow. llierefore. unless roil, the said defend
ants shall personally lie and appear lieforu tits
aetd eiiinty court of Alexander county on
tlie first day of the Novembur term A. D U77,
thereof, to beholden iu the cilv of Cairo. In
said county, on the second Monday of Novemlier
A.D. H77, and plead, answer or demur to
said petitioner's ietitioii, the same nnd the
mattersand things charged Uiertiu and stutsl.
will lie tuken as confebel, nnd adecresreutered
accordins to I he prayer of said petition.
HAMULI, J. Hl'MM, Countvt leik.
Il vriiinrs H. Hl.A 'KjiPr f'lrJLJOHjnn.
SLite of Illinois, county of Alexunder,
tireuit court of Alexander county, January
term, A. D. KS.
Itachel Ihon pson vs. Julm II. Thonijison. Kill
lor divorce ia c hancery.
Affidavit ol the noie residence of John II
Thompson llie defendant above Biased hav
ing been tiled In tlie office of ihe clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice t hereby
given to the said ncn-rcsident defendant, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint in said
court on die chancery lido thereof on tlie Llth day ot
September., A. D. 1-C7, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said court against said de
fendant, returnable on the fust Monday of Jan
uary, A. D. 1H7, as is by law reipircd. Now,
thertferc, unless you, the said Jubn II. Thompson
vh.nl I !vnn:il!v be and awtiear bctore the said cir
cuit court of Alexander county on the lirst duy of
tlie next term thereof, to be hohlen at tne court
home in the city of ( aire, in wet conniy, on tne
first Monday of January A; D. le7R, and plead,
answer or demur lo the said complainant s uni m
complainant, the same, and tne mailers anu inings
therein chareu anu siaieo, win oe sancn a. um
fcscd, and a decree entered Hjunst you accord-
injiume pr.iier tisaiuoiu. f
Iwl ( airo. tin.. S-pt aiKer Mt!i, A. D. P77.
Comity I'rliillnir-ISerslcil fropiosius.
Notice is hereby given that by order of tlie
Hoard of I ountv 'CoininisMoners, sealed proriiii-
als will be received by the Cwinty lerk ol
Ali'Namier county, iiiioiB until novuiiuh i i-m,
ls77, for doinit Ihe county prinlinjr, an f.illi.w
Ut. For (irlnhns and iitililUhinif llie aiiniial 11
Jnd. For rrsnilnn nnd publishing the record
of prncciilinij.1 ol th'.'i'janl j County '.'oniwiis
sioners. ,'lrd. For piintini aril puMithinjr all ilvcilie
ments ordered by tho Hoard ofc'ciuly Conuiii-a-iontrs.
'I he County reserves the riIit to n-i.-t anv
C urf). Ills. , 'l"1lh" -Jll'd
LFmipera NeHleil Propositi's.
Notice is hereby pi ven that by order of the
li mrd of County Commissioners, sealed propos
als will he received by the County Clerk until
Novemticrlith, lf-77, for keeping and mainliiin
irj.nt theCoiiuty Poor Farm, the paupers of
Alexander county, Illinois, 1'roin Dccu mix r 1st.
1S77, to Iiecen- b-r 1st, H, a period ol one year.
The county reserves tl e light to rejoet ntiy a:.d
all bids. S. J. 1 1 1" .MM.
Cairo, Ills-, 'e)it. ;7, 1-7T. 1M
Xotice for I'tililirnliou.
THIS IS TO til K XuTICE, That on the 2Vb
day of riepter.ibor, A. D. Ib77, a Warrant in lians
niptcy wasinuedajuin t the estate of ll'nry It.
Payvan and FcninianJ K. Canda, of Chicnuo, in
the County of Conk, and State ef Illinois, vcho liavc
beenadiudged bankrupts on their own Pctit.on,
that Ihe pnyment of any debts ai.d the delivery of
nny property b:n;-in to such bankrupts, to them
or for their use, and the transfer of any property by
then, are forbidden by Law; That a meeting of
the Creditors of said li.inki apt tv, prove their debts
and tochwc one or in'.re AsMjincesof their Lsab'S
will lie held at a coll it of Uansiupicy lo he hol'Ien
atthcoffl.e of II. N. Hibbard, No. 1'iU l a Balls
S reel, In the city of Cliicaso, before Homer N. II. U
bard, K'.i. Kcvvtcr, on the 27th dtiy of ( ictobcr,
A. JJ. K7, at 1" o'clock a.m., by order of Court,
no persona! notice by mail, will be ffiven to any
Creditor's whose claim docs not ciceed t "10.00,
JI.S-K S. IIILDJIUI', U.K Marshal,
Judd and Winter: out, Attonwys.
Estate ot Urldget Clark, deceased.
Tbo umlerHlncd, hr vlng been appointed
administrator Cum 'j ost.imonto Annexo
of tho estato of Iii idget Clurk, lute of
the county of Alexander and
State ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
llves notice that he will appear before
the county eouu of Alexander county, at
the court Lome in Cairo at the October terra
on the third Monday in Oct. next, at whloh
t.'mo all persons having claims against Raid
estate are uotilled and requested to attend
for tho purpot.0 ot having tho tame ad
justed. All persons indepteu to said es
tate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the iiBdorslgnod.
iaten, tins 2iMt iay oi August, A. I).
ALFRED COMLNCiS, Adm'r.
Cum Testaniento Annexo
Kstnto ot I.ouhj Ulattcau, doceaied.
The undcinlgnod, havlnc been appointed
Executrix of the last "Will and TcHtnmont
ol Louis liiattcuu.late of the County of Alex
ander and Slate of Illinois, deceased, iicra
by gives notice that she will appear bolore
tho County Court ot Alexandor County, at
the Court Ilouse in Cairo at the October
Term, on tho ai d, Monday In October next,
U which time all persons having claims
cgainst said Estate are notiiiod nnd request
cd to attend lor the purpose ol having tho
Mime tuljiMml. All person indebted to
said Estate uro requested to make Immedi
ate payment to tho undorsignod.
Dated thii24th dnyof August, A. D. 1677.
Kituto ol M, J, Motiauley docoascd.
The undersigned, Laving been appointed
executor of the lant will nnd testament of
M, J. Mcfjuule;, late of the county of Al
exunder and state ot Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear bo
lore the county court otAlexandor county
at the courthouse In Cairo at tho Novem
her term, on tbo '.'d Monday In iNovombor
next, at which time all persons having
claims Rgninit said estate are notlllod and
rutiiiQsiod to attend for the purpose of hav
ing the tame adjusted. All persona Indebt
ed to laid estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this, 18th day of September, A.D.
ClU. O.PiTIM, '
.-w, CANNED nuill,
ait ah noATfi. 1
Evansvlilo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
raducah, Shawneetown, Evane
villo, Louiarille, Cincinnati
and all way landings."
The rlcgant aide-wheel stea'iier
VjLTsH II. I'tNINOTOf Uanlef
JhAUCl" I'gNNINSiTON S'lkfk
t Will lve ( alro eTery WKDNEMDAY at
o'ehx.k u. In.
T he fli nt rlteamer
R Huw(o .
l.U. 'l ll'jHAK...
lavta Cairo evirv SATUItUA V.
Each licut MiuV.s clone connections at ( jslrci
WUh first-oiaaa Hteainera for St. Louia, Weill
pbtsandNew Orlmiim, and at Evaimville Willi
k.Li h r It 1, . V) ...a.. V'..utl. L-...t
iiivB.. a v. is. lb. sur Riipuiiius isuriisMuii anai ,
and with the Louiuville Mail Steamers lot.all
points on the Upjier Ohio, giving through re
eeltits on freighu and juurtengers to all pilnl
trlfmiary. - , . . ' .
Foi iirther Information apply to .
JAMM ltmiiil, Pasitenser Agent.
J. M.fHILI.IPB, j""8'
Otto (C J. (illAMMFH,
dtiperifitendeiit and General Freight Agent,
lu-a-ju-lv. Evanaville Indiana.
The Htoani Kerry boat
Will be run regularly, iwsvInK'-(Ireen-field's
lumlitii? at 7:15. 0 and li o'clock a.m.;
'1 :) and ::ts t o'clock p.m. during each
(in Sunday Klin will leave tin landing at
S nnd looclouk a.m, aad at 12 ni., ati-t at
4:'W p.m. . " -J
MT. CARGO N(Cig Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olllceon whsrfboat.foot of Sixth strrwt.
finice of Hulliiluy Iliothers, opiiouite' .H
Lgyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
v-oai iJiimp, loot or 'i iurty-elgbtli street, or
i oji uiuos! druwer ,i.
aaQfj aB aOlOilaSO
iPainta, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window OlauB, Win
dow Shades, &o.
ilwaya on hand, Ihe celebrated llltinilnatln
Corner Klarenth Btraat and WaaUIng
ColTeea Sugar fc Syrnn.
Spooialt7 iu Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
MAkliaU.:. W.'M'fJ.'. . 1 - .......
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio t Levee,
'.y , And Ats. a .r, t. f
SIGN OF TH!E CRYSTAL MORTAR,' . .
. I Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
- i r i -y y
The Best Extract of 'fiucliu 1
BARCLAY BROS., - f l ; OjQlIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla
To Bo Had at ,: '
Barclays' Drug Store; h
Agency for Dr. JaynesMedM
Barclays' Dins Store.
For Holman's Aguo' Fads
Go To - :
Chills and Fovor Modioinos
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY, AUGUST FLOWER
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
California Wine, Port
If you want Boschoe's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles.
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,' ' 1
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc..
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. u
Shoe Blacking, Stovo Blacking,
, Mucilage, Ink, Etc., t
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.' . V!
Paint BrushesVarnish Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.'
'- - -- J a
Wfcite Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
a t; 1 iurpenune ana
Kfa AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
-A , Tnrrionfirift on1 All Clnl nyvi
McLeais Cordial, McLean's Pills,
t AT BARCLAYS'
French, English and American Perfumery
:W ' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Wax Flower Ind Artists' Matfirinls
'-JjX ' AT
Buy Coppera3Bliie Stone Indigo, Madder,
'!r : Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper v
- ' AT BARCLAVS, DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
" AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Cors, Sealing Wax .
and Corks for putting up Fruity
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
I AT, BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, v
J- AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
QuininerSmith's Tonic, Kress Tonic, . : v
Malaria King, and all Aguo Medicines
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. -
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,1
., AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. (
Cough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping
. V i,
Feather Dusters and Counter, Brushes
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
V c, i j ; c ' , . i AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
tn.", saysaaaBi ( t Mcfi'
If' ,T T 7. "I 17.
mm ').; rwj.)t ic
M.tt!fl'W t .r.kU
and -Blood Purifier
At Barclays' Drug Store.
DRUG I TORE.
r For Medicinal Use,
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Kinds ,.,.- -
D A oni a vo ' rsni irs ottvdc- '
unnvanie unuu aiuntk
Paper and Twine
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
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