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Wa tv avdtstiadtoataoutiei W.F. Piufcar H
far th sfflc of Cowity Clik. ailfc-
tfty, JiovstoUr bin, Is;,.
fetst ottrs of AUunitr County
1 JXt SO aadarprttdnl candidal K Ihf crli.a of
sNaaarv Clrrk, M tb clactloa to 8 hrld Novarnhu
sod precai.S) feUMauly roattfnd ta thr diitiat
if tlecuJ. W. K. HWVKl.Hg.
W ar anthortl.d to arjiuva,-. fl nry Planerl 0
Tuta prat iocs, u a candidate for County t'krk a
' tst aisxlloato b BU Kovrmbct CtU.lsT; ,
to tk Editor of lb Citro Bctxitim:
rl m" t t1" limu irultnlfnt canJi-
. feasant otUc of covaty cleik of AUxnndT
flassnty. alt!a stltKs to ls tw-M in Novrnbit
tit. JAMES W. SitWAIU.
Wo ire inthorlzeJ to innnnncs Samuel J.
anus M a ouUiiaU tJt tUtoact ol' County
Vlarrk It section to tit ttlil .Sovsniikcr Mb,
WaawauthafiKitoannouna John P. Htlv ai
'." 1 for tht otlcf of county cirii t lh
'. ctNMM OwM Nwmlm 6ih, 17 , .
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T tk Voters of Al'Xandu tonntvir
1 arrr wuMunor that Ian ,idl.l.-it for I h
caUof County Clnk of AltxandfT innty, sub
ject to your drllon It your rrtptrtiv voting
mtttrM, oath Sixth day of N'ovcicibr, lsT7.
Vry Krspifully, CASPKIl VOST.
fwCollty Hfbcol portntcudrui.
W m outhorueJ to uiaiuoct Mm. P. A. Ty
tw M a caadidatt for y-lrctlon ti th office of
wily uhou nipcnntriulcnt, at the f tlnn to t-
'!i-,v.v Fojr Crr. ....
WoanantborUcdto announce lUnty Flout M a
oaoiilita fotoroocr of AUuDilcr "county, atllir
cietp to M atld .Not. cm, it, , .
Wtara authorintl k) atmouoc A. J. Ahleti as
caaditlatc tor tti office of County I rrasurT of
Utasdo county, .Jectton, 3'uMilay, jtovrmhrr
Ex-Gov. niSDniCKS was to arrive In
SeijXork from Europe on yc?terday.
Tin Kaneas Republicans don't like the
president'! conciliatory, policy,, and at
the convention ttLeavcoworth on Mon
day relused to endorse it. -
Itldes will undoubtedly be the
Democratic candidate against Conkllnjr
for the United States Senator. , Mr. Tll
dea would be a power In the senate.
ft;!., -y I I
''Senator McDonald of Indiana denies
that he has entered Into nny ngrue
ment to pair off with Senator Morton,
While Morton is unable to attend the
sessions ol the senate-.
Tire first issue ot ' D. V. Lueka' now
paper published at SprlnglkUl has made
Its appearance. The paper Is ultra Ilud'
ical In politic!, and does not endorse the
president' mutliern policy.' '
v. Thk South Carolina thieves arc coming
tojrrlet. Congressman Smalls was on
Monday held in $3,000 ball on a charge
that while a member of the State senate he
received a bribe o! $5,000 to vote for mea
sore before the legislature. State Senator
Maxwell on a similar charge yna unable
to give bail and was Imprisoned; Wood
ruff, ex-secretary ot the State senate,
swore that he paid the money to the
'A xkw aud dangerous disease has made
Vt appearance among the cows and hor
es In (he vicinity of St. Llbory, St, Clair
connrv. ana a iaroe number itave uieu.
' "A week oi so ago a Mr. Henry dissected
on of the dead carcasses, and havlntr a
sors upon one hand, It became Infected
with the poison and the arm swelled to
an enormous size. Ills life was at one
time despaired of, but he ia bow recover
Insr. Ills father-in-law, a Mr. Baetke,
who undertook thennrsing has since died
from the tame disease." " - .
TiU New York Tr'Aum now , Bhows,
and the New York Commercial JiulUtin
rtpeaU and urges the showing, that there
Is not enough currency in the country to
provide for the movement of the crops,
without dangerously Impairing the re
serves 6t the hanks at the flnnnolal center
of the country. "Such a condition of
things," says the .SulUtiiit "plainly in
dlcates the possibility of on Inconvenient
not to say embarrassing stringency later
lp thf season, of which all classes should
v b.for?wixaed.'' , Facts arc better than
arguments, and these facts should be
brought home to the understandings of
Becretsxy Sherman and others who still
. claim that there Is a rwlundancy of green
IwcjjuiTencT.'V .m, : -
'-Tsui wsj news is not ot an excltinc
t enswrwr. The Turks claim that the
Hoisiaaa'loss Jn the recent encounter at
raw will not faU short of 15,000. Snow
; ttfj heavy rains make military operations
. - alriot Impossible In tlie Balkans and in
,- Atdmris, and It la evident that a suspen-
. stw sanjrtlioontaks place; The Rust lans
' complain i that comepondents with their
armiM have thwartea their plans, and an
order bjuf been, Issued prohibiting thorn
loslde thajlnes 'of active "operations
.' ' exeept ', .when eniagemenU are .' In
; Drosrresa. Th "TvntA" ,t,i. .t
m-m fwM.VW. W4lJa Ui,
BUtova and Nikopolls havo been greatly
daatd tr iterml and
. - "v-whiim vi biiv ai in v
,,, Wtl. ijtj T,. t' T. '
' ;r?: ''cor-
' tW,000 reward for t ie-
nere is no I noli
rrtud ofienl trjlhe Btau. as a piece
WL to fssttaU?imht of Its author
i.l)vTerMfJUed it to
"i- MM the hoass of renresentatl vej. none
laippUcintiior tut rcwari will hnyc
tlif lr iiitior Un Uiclr pain. A: it will re-
quire tb intlr lime ot wtAclPrk to r
pluln tli matter to p&ch oi the many tip
piloants, the govrnomlll be compelled
to cast thflr corri'poiHlciu'O In ttic naito
bkft." I'be following circular has I .pen liu'i)
ty Poitmaster General Key, an J o.los
ct It have been sent to the various post
offices for distribution :
To tht P.iMw rotmsters are re attir
ed to ketp a complaint book, in which fill
let ten reported to them as lot are enter
ed; and, alter making examination ot
their otuces, they are required to report
the loss, with nil particulars without de
lay, The public are al?o ltiriti .l to re
port promptly all los?c-j or In . .uilarltlei
In their correspondence to the Chief
Sneclal .Afc-ent. I'ost Ofllce Dipartmcnt.
Wasltlnffton, D. C nntl Investigation
will follow. It all loMfi should ho
promptly reported It will lie the means
of correcting the Irregularities, and the
Interests of the public, fu wdl as the
efficiency of the postal sei yiec,. will be
enhanced in a moot Important degree.
The omission ot tnq county in the ad
dress Is one ot the great camcj of delay
and mfri-f ending. D. M. Ktv,
The State Btyistcr says John A. Logan
Is ning money to hire speakers and wri
ters to build up political organizations on
all sorts ot side Issues for the purpose of
weakening the Democracy now In order
to elect a Republican li'i.Hlnlnre next
fall. Says the Macomb Lit: "It Is
stated upon what appears to ho reliable
authority that llepubl leans and so-railed
Independents are lntroilucinr in some, of I
the counties ot this State a book on the
labor reform movement, with a view of
organizing n new (action by obtaining
recruits from the Democratic party.
These books and circulars arc yonorully
being nsed and circulated among Demo
crats, with a view of weakening the
Democracy and thereby strengthening
the Republican party and keeping it in
power. Theso men do not expect t
mako any new party arrangement avail
able only so far as It will assist tljom in
keeping tho Republicans In power. John
A. Logan is believed to hayn a hav.d In
this scheme, and It it 6hould succeed to
any considerable extent In weakening
tho Democracy In this state, th Repub
licans will have nn easy job in making
John United States Senator." Demo
crats, spot the traitors In the camp and
the tools of the political enemy.
noitixa fok on..
The Frankfort J"er&!o i intormcd llmt
Now England companies arc now leasing
lands in large quantities in Eastern Ken
tucky, preparatory to developing the
abundant store ot oil which only waits to
bo taken out of the immense natural tanks
where it lies hidden. Kcntiick-ians inu.-t
get some augurs and go tor this oil before
Cincinnati gels her pumps into all the
places not taken by ibeXcwEnglundtrg.
T11K KOl.l. OP inn UOVSU MOItTOX IN 111H
BICK HOOM 1IOHINU 1011 Oil. Till; SOLID
A lute Washington special says: Clerk
Adams of the House now says (hut he
has received the credentials of all the
Representatives except from the Fourth
California district, 1'aclieco and VVigglu
ton, and tho First Missouri, Frost and
Metallic. Without deciding as to these
two, Adams will place on his roll twelve
Democratic majority. As it is understood
that the Republican in the California dis
trict and tho Democrat In the Missouri
district obtained certificates, the ratio ol
the Democratic majority on tho roll
would not be changed by the decision in
these two cases. J icmocratlc Congress
men say that one of the first resolutions
to he introduced by the Democrats in the
Home will be one heartily approving the
president's southern policy. If this is
done, the anti-adniinistraiion Republic
can. if such thwc are, will have an on.
pnrtnnity of delining their p" Ition.
.MORT0M IM HIS StCU liOOM.
Crrn'tii)on'liice of th Louisvill Comir
Journal, The senator Is stretched In a reclining
chair. He sleeps a great deal nearly all
ol the night and from two to four hours a
day. Ho has eaten nothing since his
sickness but beef tea nnd chicken broth,
with the exception ol a toslu of some de
cant Hamburg grapes sent him last Fri
day by Joshua Speed, Esq., of Louinvillc.
uereusneu mem very much, lie nas
not changed much, with perhaps the ex
ception that his luce is somewhat thin,
and looks palo and thin from tho clients
ot his disease. Sinco he has been sick
hundreds of letters have been received
tilled with kind expressions nnd hopes
lor his recovery. Many of theso letters
have come from the south and n number
from Kentucky. Senator Morton op
nreclated very much tho visit ot Senator
McDonald, and speaks ot him In the
kindest terms.' Indeed, he Is very much
gratified by the kind expressions ho has
received irom the nrcss and the neonle.
since his Lllnc.
Tnr. solid soviu.
The fresh assault of some of tho sneak-
en nf Conklinn Now York omivnnttnn
on the "solid south" reminds us ot a d.i.
sage in the speech of Senator Lamar, at
our recent state convention, which we
have not seen any report oflt. Sneaking
of the cry ot Republican politicians tunt
w uviiiucrauc pnny in mo soutn snouid
divide, he said it recalled to his mind an
incident related in Sir Walter Scott's
"Legend ot Montrose.' A single horse
man ridintr nlnnr- Attn .i
fllcl Ot Sent nnil trml i
all horsemen wero In the tlmo and scene
w me story, suuucniy lound himself con
fronted liv three tlu
tllo mciria rti'hiflndn.i nf him Vn ...t,nm
are your'-tho uflual salutation ot the
lilV. Vnil fipn t Im of rnrifrnt nnrh. M 1..
replied, with tho voice and gesture ol a
iruu cavalier, -anu snouiu speaK llrst'
for whom are you?" ''So, sah the speak
er, when Republicans ot tho north argue
that tho Democrats of tho south divide,
our reply is: "You arc tho stronger party;
divide flrsu", .
tOSI Or TIIS STEAMSHIP MASSACIfl'SKTTS
W. IWd ISLASD ; SOfND-AS AWKft
The telegraph on Saturday brlefiv on.
nounccd the going ashoro at midnight
of t steamer Massachuet(s,fromrrovI
dence.It.i., (or New York, near Horton's
t vw, Long isinna gounl The rMi-
ters were all raved, but It I fewd the
beat will bo a total lo 3. ft is said the j
jui?e of the dlarter was owln.! to the
Incompetency of the pilot, who was a
mile out ol hU eoure. The following
account ot the scene on board h Riven :
About an hour alter thP'teaineratrnck,
the wind, which had been Mowing from
tlw southeast, dildpnly i-tar.d to
northwest, and beat upon the stranded
boar witn ternno roroe. i no areamer,
which lull onifo ftcadv, begun to thump
h?avll V upon the rocke. Every tc t would
raise her In the air, and she would come
down with awful force upon the rocks,
nnd writhe and grind until It teemed she
must fro to nieces. One of thepasenfcri
descnbei ihe motion ot the boat
as like that of a toy nernent
when set on tire. The alarm
which had partially subsided, broke out
alresh. I,te preservers were put on.nnd
there was a general expectation that the
boat would immediately break up. Still
the oltleers and pasrenffers preserved ad
mirable composure. No one knew where
she wan. It was so dark and lopgy that
absolutely nothln? could be seen. The
wind howled o that conversation was
almost inaudible, while iibove all was
the incessant (hump and found ot the
heavy grinding which all knew was eat
Injf out the bottom ot the boat. The gild
ing on the state- room bcjrau to fall
down, and in some rooms berths even
(ill to the iloor. So ranch was the
boat, spread that the rods which held the
chandeliers in the main saloons bad
snapped like pipe sterna, ami tho pieces
ot the side ni the nont hart broken away.
The water was rising in the forecastle,
and the deck-hands set to work to 11-ht
pii tho boat. Overboard went, cotton,
flour. whisK.v and suirar, until at. least
half theearro whs In the sea. The oth
er half was kept in to balance the boat.
Thin the awful night wore away anight
which the pacners will not soon for-
The .Mas!U-hu(-1t eor t .ViO0i0, nnd
was heavily insured.
Catarrh of the Nasal Cavlllei, Acute,
Chronio, and Ulcerative, Hay Fever,
or Rose Catarrh, Catarrh of the Eya
and Ear, and Catarrh of the Throat,
BrCCESSFrUT TEEATED WITH -
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
CATARRH la a dltrus of the mncoul membrane-.
TemperanirntaandconsUtutlona vary ItiHever.
Ity la Individual caai . Catarrh may arlaa from a
fold or a aucceiston cf eolda, from iudden changa
ct atmonphe.re, wearln? wet clothlnir. or cxponura
to Inclement weather, and boooinlng thorougtily
Chilled when the dlircstivfl orgain are In a moi bid
or Inactive condition, and tho atrength and vital
forces exhauated. The dleure may aiiie from a
crofulous condition of the blood, (rum Scarlet
Fever, Monlc. and f),hthcrla,ln which cane tho
eya and ear are frcnerslly luvolved and dlBcharita
Cuautilles of matter. The dlscharitca from tl a
Bote, the dlatlnctlva feature In all catarrhal casea
from whatever cause they erlBO, may be thin and
watery, and bo acid ni to cauxa redneaa and exco
riation of the Bk In with which they como In con
tact, or thick nml yellowish, emitting a foul odor,
or clear and white like the white of an eg Thera
maybe an entire lack of accretion, the eurfacea be
ing dry and fovcrUh.the face, front aud upper part
Of the head feeling uncomfortable, aud aa If It waa
encircled by alight, unyielding bund. ThKlutter
phase ia called Dry Catutrh. The fi ee mattery dis
chargee came the pni-iKca to swell and become
thickened, rendering breathing through the nosa
difficult or ImpoDsililo, and the sutterer finds It
tieceeaary to breathe through the mouth, thereby
rcrmiltingcold air to paw directly to the bronchial
ubes and lungs. Tho matter pawing down tho
throat creates a constant dealt- to hawk and ex-
Jicctorats to throw it off; but when the niemhrana
t dry and fovcrlsh.lnatead of passing freely down
from the nose nnd throat, the mucus becomes bard
f&d forms Into scabs. Incrustations, and hard
limps, which ndliereao finely to thenasal passages)
nd throat as to require very persistent efforts to
f lilodge them. Ths eye In evmpathy becomes le
arned, red, weak, and watery, or In the morning
be lids may be found glued together, and mailer
reuralgio pains, ending frequently in Inflamma
tion, ulueration, and finally deafness. The throat,
tronchlsl tubes, and lungs at o In many cases affect,
ed by catarrh, and when prostration of the ner
Tom system Is superadded, t atli sjlcctlout become
A brief survey of this moat serious dlseaso warn
Bll who are afflicted with tt to make speedy prepara-
Jloa for its treatment beforo It liocoincs rlvronic.
'he advantages offered by BANroriu'a IUdicai,
:rsB we confidently believe are to be found In no
eUior remedy. Evcrysten in it.prepnrntlon, every
tine In the directions, mark It as anclentlflc remedy,
calculatod U meet every piaee of the disease. Tiia
rumeroustcBtlmonlalsfrom the beat people In tho
vnlted btates attest the estem In which It Is hold
ty thoso who hava been freed Irom the moat de
(trnctivaand dunerous dlacaae UU whlga mau
lOtul la tc-day afflicted
A carefully revised Treat ! on Catarrh, with an
Accurate description of ayniptouis andsymputlietla)
rllieaBes.togother with minute dlrei llonsfor effect
ing with Eavrono's IIadioal Crin a speedy and
IMrmanentcuro. Also ohservatlonsondlet and tlia
frenersl health. Of vast Importance to all aDIIeted
-ntth catarrh. It Is wrapped shunt each bottle ol
the IUpiOiL Cl'fil, w 1U be nulled Uco & re
celpt of ilaujp.
Fach pseksgs ef BanroBn's Ttiirri'iit rrrti eon.
tains llr. Banford's Improved Inhaling Tnbe, wltn
nil directions for use In all canes. I'rlre, tl. Sold
by all wholeaalo and retail dniggiata through
Out tho United States and Caii.nlu. WKKKB
fOTTKIi, General gouis and Wholesale Drug
gists, Boston, Mais.
Cures Pains and Aches.
t equalizes the Circulation,
t Bubduea Inflammatory Action;
v vum jvupmrea anil mraina.
t removes Pain aud Borenets.
i cures Aiuuer complaint,
t strengthens the Muscles,
t cures llhcnmatlsm and NenrilelZ.
t relaxes StllfenedCordi. 'u'','
t cures Nervous bhocks.
t is invaluable in Paralysis,
t cures Inflammation of the Liver,
t removes Nervous I'aliu,
b iwuuir, ncrtvu, I aiua.
It cures Spinal Weakness.
It IS Orstetbl and Boothlua
Jt cures Enllenav or Fit.
It IS Oratetbl and Boothlug.
It Is Safe, Kellabla. and Economics!
It is prescribed by Physicians.
It it uidotscd by Electrician.
B esrefnl to obtain Counts' Volts re PlisTll:
f .."'J!0".0! fe!61"6 01 Voltaic Plates with a
S Mf.di,c."?1 PlMtaraa seen In the above cat.
Bold jy a I WhulesalsandTtetali Druggists throngi
oat the. United Bums and Canadas. and Lj WKkil
, pomit, Proprtetura. Boatouraiaaa: '
!':.:: Cit; Commercial .igs
St. Louis Mo.
THOS. A. RICE, A.M.L. L.B.,
(fD. HIVE, A. St..
7, H. HVttWOOD,;
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ S8I 00
"VfOST Coninlctc. Tborongh sjp! Prartica
jlijl course or Htnoy ia tut Lniteu Mtatw
course indiaponaible to every young tnan em-
mrKing on uie sea ut uie.
Tor Illuitrated Circular,
THOS. A. HICK, A, II., L. II.,
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Groc er
And Dealer la
IB OAT STORES, :
W: 76 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC.AL atlentloi ilvualtoonslgnmanu an a
Hiiiusi u rue ia
TUTU. B. SMITH
Physician 4c Snrireoii.
Ofllce in Wlntar'a ninnk. itn-nee ftljtvanlh ami
Comrsaralal Aenue, (entnoce on Seventh.
ni-eiinnci antru-roiu siwi,wesi 01 v ssningtoii
J.T. WARREN & CO.
' Foreign Fruits,
Oidtra by tntUl Promptly atUndad.
AuitiUgn aod KnKlih
inisnc for. quotationiq.
1 nul a Wet Second St., CIXCIWN ATI.
t , .NOUtfc
STATU OK HUSOf,
Alexander Coubtv. I",
In the County Court of saM cour.ty, XnvaiiiW
Term, A. l. h".
August Wabvrmeiet, A.ln.la
lalrator nf the . .ulu 01 I
Frederick Weff-rniel'r, I
Una TVktr-tru-ler, Kintlc ;
iVtllvD tO itil
Wateimeler, r,. 1 mu.i
Watemi'li f , minor bir.
and 1.1 na H nl. rihei'T. the
yninlian nt said mlntu I
Aflhlnvlt of tliKbon -tMlJenc tf l.iua tt'l-ciineu-r,
widow, Fmile WatermsW-r, and Km
nia Uab-nneier, minor hers. and
l.lnri atermeier, gtianliun lor
snnl minor totr nf said eaiale nf Kreiterlt'k
WiUeiiiielfr, tlecer.sc.l, the defei.itanta above
n rneilliavlugbwn ll If I ia the oluVe tkr
cletk ol said county com I; Nutic ia herady
given to the anid defendnnt'. that the iirtitlonar
filnl his petition in aald court in proliate tberrol
on the Sftb day of September. A.l. W.t, Dsell
lh 1'ollnwmg real property of the estate of
i i.tienf.K , aienneier, tieceai, u py
lirjra of jaid pstate piluole iu said county of
A!ffvauiir,st!kteof IllinoM, to-wit Soul h three
fonjrth. ' of nnrlltweat quarter of norlbwest
(pisrlec of st-c.tloh thirty-six, township l.'uiomli
cfranne2we.it nf third ptiniliuil metlliaii,
containing almut thirty antra, ami ihr.t u sum
niona tlierentmit iasiie-1 nit of said rum aninal
said defcml snts returnable on the second Mon'lfiY
of November, U77, svi U by law reriiirfil.
Now, ili.-refort'. nnlcsn yoii.llie auid di i't-n'V
SiiU .ihall pewonnlly Ucand appear brfon' Ihe
anid tvninty court of Alexander county nn
Ihe 11 rJt day of the Nnvfmlwr term A . I l! "7,
thereof, ti lie hnblen in I tic citv of Cairo, in
aid cnutiiy,on the second Monday of November
AD, 1.-77, nnd pld, answer or Wniur.to
mid petitiiiner'i lietitlon, the snme nnd tiie
iimlti rssnd things ohawil therein ami muted,
will be taken as confoflHud, nnd a decree entered
ItecoidiiiK to tht' prayer of said ietition.
KAMChlj J. IIUMM, County li-ra. .
IInH'N II. Ili.Ac K.Hnl'rfiirConml'
M.ite oflllinoii, enunty of Ale.xundcr.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
terrn A. II. Itt.
llichel Thorrpson vs. J.ihn II. Thompson. Hill
Afliktvit ot the non-residence of .T-.hn II
Thompson the defendant aLove named hav
ing been filed In the i ,'nee of the clerk of wid
circuit court of Alcxan er county, notice ta htreiiy
given to the said n'm-roiident defendant, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint in said
coutt on tbc chancery sule tliereof on tlic l.ilh 'lay ol
Se) t mbcr, A. I). If 77, and that a summon
tit 'upon issued out of .aid court against said le
fci mt, returnable on the fiist Monday of .Inn
tiaaf , A. I. I7, as is by law rcqujred. Now,
thifore, unless yon, the said John 11. Thompson
shaf ncrsoivillv be and auoear betorc the Said cir-
cy court of Alexander county on tbe first day of
ikiiext term thereof, to be hoiuen at tne court
I Hv in the citv of Cairo, in said countv. on the
Monday of.lantiary A, I). ln, and plead.
er or demur to the said complainant s "ill oi
olainant. the same, and the matters nnd mints
:in charged and suited, will be taken n con-
d, and a decree entered against j on ac;eru
o tlic pr.iycr of said bill.
- tnv . nt'L-l-L1 , l.l
Ca'ro, Ills., Se mher llkli. A. 1. l-77.
Co it illy 1'rliitiUK Soaletl rrojioanlt.
Notice is hereby given that by order d' Hie
Bfjanl of County I'omtuiasioner, sualud l-roi na
als will be reeeivid by the County Cleikol
Alexander county, Illiiois until November I -Hi,
ls77, fordoing the county printing, an fnl(,w
Ixt. Kor irlntin(? and publishing tlie annuulil
-nJ. For priutinp and publishing tlieree.0Td
of proceeding ol tlie f-junl jf Coimty Commis-
t' J.Vor printiuif aid publishing all adveiliac-
nw - wuerca ny me iiouruui wouuiy v,iiir,iiii.s-
sal1ill.C."n,y reHerveg (he riht. to J''Ct any'
75ilib -, 3.J. llL'MM,
r to. Uerfc.
Cairo, 1 HMepl. i7, 1-77 --J0-ld
IsVntipers NeHleil propoNala),
Notice i hereby Riven that by order of tlie
lioanl of County Commissioners, sealed tiropo--ala
will berei!eived by the County Clerk until
November 1 lb, 1"I7, for keeping and maintain
ing, at the County Poor I-arm, the paupers of
Alexandra county, Illinois, from December 1st.
lull, to Ijeeemlier 1st, 1 -iT. a period of one year,
'1 lie county reserves ll. 'itit to ri jeet any arid
all bids. S. , I. lit MM.
Cairo, Ilia .Sept. 27, 1-77. did
.otleo for I'tilillendon.
THIS H TO GIVE N'OTK E, Th.xt on tie 2i1ih
il.iyof Septemlier, A. 1). 1877, at Warr:,ntln Uat.k
ruptcy was issued sainst the e-taie of Henry It
I'aywn nnd Ferdinand K. Canda, of Lhictg-i, in
the County of Cook, and State of lllinuis, who have
leen adjudged Bankrupts nn their own Petition,
that the payment of ar.y debts ai.il tlie delivery of
any properly Womjmij; to s-ich liankmpts, to t'l'in
or for their mt, and the transferjif any property by
thern, are forbidden by I,av.-; ITiat a meeting of
the ( red i tors of taid llunkrupt to prove their tlehts
and to choose one or in'.re Assignees of their Kfates
will lie held at n roiirt of llankmptcy to be holdi-n
at the office of II N IfiWianl, S'i. 1VI La fsslle
Street, In Ihe city of Chicago, lefore Hompr N. Hib
bard, Esq. l(eKister, on the !i"th day of Octolier,
A. 11 IX7, ut l'Mi'd'pik a.m., by order of Couit,
no personal notice by mail, will be given to any
Creditor's wlue claim does not exceed 'at,
JE9SI-. S IIII.MtUl', U. H. Marshal,
.Tilda and Whltelioiiae, Attorney.
Ehtato ol Uridffot Clark, dcceaned.
The underMgneil, having lieen appointed
a'lmlnlMirator f.tira TestHmnnto Annexo
of the estate of lirMget tlark, late of
the county of Alexander and
,tnte ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
(fives notice that be will appear before
the coun'y court ol Alexander county, at
the court houe in Cairo at the October term
on the third Monday in Oct. next, at which
time all person havirnr claims atralnat said
e.tate are notillod and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the tame ad
justed. All perraaH indopted to said en
tute ire requested to make immediate pay.
mcnt to the undersigned.
Dated, this 21st doy of August, A. D.
177. ALHtED COM IN Go, Adm'r.
wilt. Cum Testamento Annexo
Kitate ol Lonls lilatteau, deceased.
The undersigned, havlnir been appointed
Executrix of the last Will and Testament
ol Louis lllatteau,late of the County of Alex
ander and State of Illinois, deceased, here
by (riven notice that ahe will appoar before
the County court ot Alexander County, at
the Court lloune in Cairo at the October
mm, on the ai d, Monday in October next,
Lt Which tlmn nil neranns havlnw nlt,,.M
against nald Estate ars notillod and retiuent
ed to attend for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All person! imit bted to
aid Estate are requested to make ImmcdU
ate payment to the undeinlfued.
Dated thii24tb day of August, A. D. 1677.
Estate oi M. J. McGiuley dcccancd.
The undcritiirned, having been appointed
executor of tlio last will and testament of
M. J. McUauley, late of the county of Al
exander and Htits of Illinois, deccasod,
hereby gives notice that he will appear be
lore the county court otAJexinder county
at the court house in Cairo at the Novein
ber term, on the 'id Monday In November
next, at which time all persons havlnir
culms against said estate ars notillod anil
requested to attend for the purpose of having-
the name adjusted. All persons imleht
rd to said estate are requested to mukn i.,..
mediate payment to the undonlgned.
i'neu mis, lemuav oi oejjtemper, A. p.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pbducah, Bhawneettiwn, Uvans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinrjati
and all way landings,
The tUfant side-Wheel Iteatr.rt
Afai.i'al B. Pf MNINGTO.f ........
I Will Itavs Cairo every WKIfNENUAT it
o'clot k v. iu.
Tb Beet .learner
fttN IIi.wabd Master
ku. 'I homas Clerk
l.eves Cairo everv SATtKDAT.
Itacli tit mkfa i lose connections at Cairo
Witii UriH-claes steamers for bU I.ouIb, ileto
Bliiu snd Ni-w Orleans, and at tvansvllle with
the t'.AC. R. K. for all jiolntl Nortk and Kast,
andwitbthe Julsvtlle Mail Hteainers fossil
pointa on U.e Upper Ohio, tjlviliK through re
teipts nn frrljrbls and aeenaxra to all poiuti
. t or nrther information apply to
. VMKS HHiU.S, Paaaauger Aaent.
JIALUUAVHUOS., . .
J. Id. I'HLLUi'S, 'Kf'
Or to (. J. UHAMMKK,
d'lperinb-ndont and General Freight Aavut,
!-3-xaJ-l v. tvatiaviilelndiai.a.
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run regulsrlv, leavlmr (,n-on
held lanilinir ut 7;-).'i. 0 and 1 o'clork a. in
'J:;)0 and 4:.'I0 o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday she will le;ivc Ibe landing at
8 and lOoelock a.m. and it IJ in., ud at
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are crenarod
to supply any quantity, by the
raonm or year, at uniform rates
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olficeon rharflOBt fii ..r i.iti. a,-.... -
,..0n7c'..of "klliday Brolherj, oiipoeile St
I barlea II,it1. 1 "
Eirvnlian Mills. T.m;.ih .,.,
Coal pump, foot of Thirly-eiKnil! alreet, or
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass.' Win
dow Bhades, to.
Alwiyi on hand, tha otlebratnl illumlnatla
Corner Eleventh Street and Washlns
Coffee ', Hvzmx ic CjmD,
Goods Delivered Promptly,
r. i d r.
sm i i n
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN, LION;; Ohio 'Tovee,
-i Ana At . ...,,
SIGN OP THE ORYSTAIT MORTAR,
; Washington 'Avenue and Eiglith Street.
ThaBest Extract of Buchu
Sold By ' . -
BARCLAY BROS., - ; - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla1 and Blood Purifior
To Be Had at ; - , - ,
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. Jaynes Medicines
Bsirclays' Drug Store.
For Holmaa's Aguo Pads
Chills and Favor Medicines
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
BARCLAYS' DRUG LT0RE.
California Wine, Port and Angelica . . .
"Por Medicinal Use.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.. ' 1
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bott.es,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
1 Cream Tartar, Soda; Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE."
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Mucilage, Ink, Etc..
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paint Brushes,Varnish Brushes, A h
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. r
Coarse and Pine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills, '
Hostetter s Bitters
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumery "
Wax Flower and Artists'
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
JNutmegs, Spices, and Pcpaer
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
and Corks for putting up Fruit
AT BARCLAYS'. DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and "Gentlemen'
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, '
Cough Medicines of AUKinds " iJ :
Paper Bags, Wrapping
Feather Dusters and , Counter Brushes;;!.,'
,; ; AT;
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
f I '
I-...:. i i.r.i .1.1 ., .
At Barclays' Drug Store.
BUY AUGUST FLOWER
DrtnULrAYo UriUU STOF.t.
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Free to" All "
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and all Ague MediciHea
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Paper and Twine
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DlavlilYd . UnllU O I UfaC
At Borclaiya' Drug Store