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Wa aa ausaafitad to UBouBc Iliac L Hurt 11
' 1 "a ft4idr foe rot eMc e County Ju.l ol
jvfaaim eovBry, at tataing Jionmbtr, lb,,,
ssBrr .'-' ,.
Wt art auihortrta to anncMtr Btubta S . Yecum
j Csita, a candidal for tha ofcea of counry
ftdpef Ataiandiun!y. tltction fir it lutiay
la Xetsmbw, W77.
W art authorittd toaaaouncaW. F. F.iuhiro
Trr"tur- bi tlx ICcc of County Cleric. fclec
IU luaaday, Korrmbtt (ah, 18;7.
tfa mtrrt nf ilriuid.r CouOtT ! '
am an butepcodrnl candidal for the offira f
Cpaory Clark, altht election to be held November
WLMUpromi. Salttnuiiy to mtna w ine num.
iTbeoOrt. If elected. W. K. IIAWKIS3.
' Weir authority) to announct Henry PUnert o
Ttuha. oredacl at l candidate for County Clerk
shatltctlontob held November Cth.lrfT; .
.V. V,ttm,rih rtrn BnT.LTTHi
Pltatt aoaounct that lam an inriepend'nt ctndi
eUta foe the offlca of county clerk of Alemndrr
rnunrv. at the electian to be held In Novrmbrr
aet." JAMES W. 8TEWAHT
Wa an authorlrad to announce Samuel J.
Hunm aa a candidate for theotnea or County
Clurk at tlx taction to be r.eld .November tin,
T ara aiuharifei ta announce John P. Heir at
a candidate for tha office of county clerk at the
election to lie ncio noTcmncr u,n, joi ,
Ta Am VaIm nf AleTander CountV t
1 hereby announce that I am a candidate fur the
efnee of Couatv Clerk of Alexander comity, nb-
lect ta your tlecltlon at your respective voting
Mlacea.onth Sixuxtay ol November, ixiT.
Vary Respectfully. CARPKIt YOST.
Far Coaaly Reboot 0aiMrlnlniIfnl
Wa - A,.tl,Ar;.,1 ,a annliim-e ln I. A. Tav-
laraa a candidate for re-election to the office of
uotjaty achoal superintendent, at the e.ectlnn ta ue
bcla November Ma, 1M77.
W are anthorlzed to announce Henry Stout as a
candidate for coroner of Alexander county, at the
alectiM la be held Nor. Cth, 177.
We are authorlred to announce Richnl Flu
yerald a a candidate for Coroner of Alcxanutr
aounty. Election, Nor. 177.
Vr Troainrfr. '
' Wakm axtliArlMil tA announce A. J. Alden n
a candidate lor the office of County Treasurer of
Alexander county, Election, iuesuay, Aovtniocr
Okn. Howard couldn't catch Chid
Joseph but Gen. Miles did. Gen. Miles
telegraphs from headquarters of the tlis
trlctofthe Yellowstone, that alter a
three days light, during which Joseph's
band was kept under a steady lire, tho
"' Indians surrendered at 2 o'clock on tho
6th Inst;;' thus terriilnatlne tho war with
the Nez Perees.
Sixce the overthrow ol carpct-ba
. government in Mississippi the financial
condition of that state has steadily Impro
ved, until a dollar in state warrants Is now
f worth a dollar iu greenbacks; and It the
present conservative course is continued
j la very lew years tho entlie statu debt
' will be wiped out. 80 much for home
' tide.",'. . ' '
Tbi St. Louis firpttblican hits the nail
, on the head wben it says that it Sitting
Bull won't come back to tho United
States willingly the authorities ftliould
J "make a regular reonisition upon the
Dominion government for him as an eu
caped murderer. That is what he Is in
' plain EnglWb. and the tact that he is tin
- Indian should not release him trotu Hie
: operations of International law any more
' than It Would any other criminal. It
doesn't matter whether he is a cltlzwn of
the Uulted SutUis, or a citizen ot Canada,
or a citizen ot neither; be has broken our
laws and he abould be brought bark to
; suffer the penalty tor bis misdeeds."
Tub result ot the election which took
" place In Ohio on Tuesday is a grand vic
tory lor the Democratic party. The eu
tire Democratic stato ticket is elected by
at least ten thousand majority, and It may
be that the majority will be twenty
thousand. Tho Democrats also claim a
majority In both branches ot the legisla
'" tare, which gives them a Democratic
" United States Senator to succeed Stanley
Mathews. The VVorklngmcn's aud
" the Greenback tickets received a
mnch larger -vote than it
was believed thoy would, the great bulk
Of their support having been drawn from
the Republican ranks. Tho Hepubiicans
attribute their defeat to the president's
southern policy and to his civil service
order. There can be no doubt that many
Republicans staid away from the polls
lest their support of the regular Republi
can ticket might be construed into a
support of flayes. Be this as It may, the
Democracy of Ohio have cause to be
jubilant lor they have won a great Ylc
tory; ' -
The St. Louis Republican gives the fol
lowing summary ot the latest war iicwb:
"The attempt of the Russians to cut
JJukhUr Pasha oil from the lortrcss at
1 Kara was frustrated Alter a three days'
- battle.'! It Is claimed as a victory lor the
Turks, and demonstrates the Inability of
. their opponents to overcome them at
present. Gen. MellkoA, It Is thought,
will now go Into winter ouartors. Thus
' much lor the w ar In Asia. Important
changes In the Russian command In
' Europe are announced. Tho work before
, Plevna continues. The massing ol troops
' Indicates further active operations during
the autumn. The Insurrection In Dag
' hestan bas not been fully suppressed as
reported, The losses by Russia thus far
have been very much exaggerated by
Nukhtar Pasha and from other Turkish
Bouroesi and a reliable correspondent
''vouches for the truth that the losses ol
the contending armies hnvo been about
'eciuaLM ;1 ' '
A.T t meeting tn New Vork Saturday
tbe general managers of railroads and
lr eight sgenu could not agree, and the
presidents of the trunk Hues adjourned
their session until the fifteenth Instant.
Col. bcott Informed a reporter that all
questions brought before the meeting
were still In abeyance." He could not say
. what the general managers and freight
agents woukltgree upon.but whatever ac
tip, they tKk would rwjulre the Indorse
,Mftl the yrealdeaU. Thcgeneral man.
jaawfiftireiguiaKenu are mil in ses
sion. AnagreemeulWM drawn up and
alfDedby eferr ropreienUUve present.
Th rates hsvti not been changed and
WtJl Itrtctly adhered to. ' A represent,
attw at tbe paomlnent western roads re.
pafkad : , J' Wa havt all signed a docu
mmJt amIof to ta bonest, and to
eodcavor to earn money lor our road,
Instead ct cutting each other's
throats. " The onlj change made was the
adoption ot a resolution passed at the
freight-agents' meeting two weeks ago,
merging what are known aa the fourtti
and fifth classes Into a special Ha3J.
There was nothing done in regard t
tha pooling of freight earnings or
the advancing of rate;. dispatch Iroro
representative of a trunk Hue etate
that the Canadian lines have some differ.
enres in riyr.rd to live ittx'k wlileli.lt Is
expected, will he settled amicably.
The Hon. Cascv Yotinir, tm ii 'ii r ol
congress lor tne aiempiii.'), 11 un. -sum,
district, has written a lemrthy It tur to
the president of the Memphis chamber of
commerce in which lie urge3 the infers
ityof the proplu ol tho Gulf States to
unite with tnose of the northwest in de.
vising ways and meuns to inuuee con.
gresta to build levees on the .Mixsiippl
river. The following is a synopsis of Mr.
Young's letter. lie say. :
It is true that the great Northwest is
the natural friend aud nlly of the youth
ern und cull Mutes In nil that all'icts the
wealth, prosperity ami material auvan-
tairesof these two sections of our conn
trv. as well as the political unity und
power which should, and will enable
them to inlUieuce such legislation in
respect to their mutual Interests ns llu y
have a rlylit to demand; and it is equally
true mat uicir joun srrengm, wiieii min
ed in eo-oncrativo etiorr, can eiiMiy ac
complish any public enterprise for their
bcnc.it . which they may undertake.
Ilonco It is that 1 would urge upon our
own chamber of commerce, as well as
thoMs ot all the gulf and river cities of
the Mississippi delta, to enter at once into
un active ami cordial co-operation w ith
the people ot fit. Paul in tho movement
they arelnuguratlngby appointing dele
gates to attend their proposed conven
tion on the 11th instant, and by direct
ing public sentiment in every otltcr
pructible way to tho importance of the
objects they have in view. ;
Mr. Young says the people of the up
per Mississippi river country have a just
cause for complaining; against the tin wise
pnrsinioney of the government in making
Buch scant and meagre appropriations lor
the Improvement ol the Mississippi, whilo
large sums are annually expended upon
small streams of little value or importance.
Mr. Young oontinues:
Thesafo and unobstructed navigation
of the Mississippi river and its tributary
streams throughout their entire ientn
and the protection from inundation of
the opulent ulluviui delta through which
tliev now, are matters 01 more ptiiino
moment anu important man any oincrs
that aie likely to couio before the nation
al Legislature in the next decade of yean.
The region known as the "delta" ot
the Mississippi, and which is wibject to
overflow, extends "ver about, eight and
one-halt degrees of latitude, Is something
over six hundred and lit ty miles in lenytli
and about nlxty In average width, und
embraces within its limits more titan 2 !,
OUO.UUU ot acres ot land, adapted in re
spect to climate and peculiarity ol soil to
tliu growth ol cotton, suar und rice, tar
abend of any other quarter of tho globe.
The land- which were in 1800 worth the
lartrtt sum of more tiian SJ,U,00l),U(JO have
wince that time decreased In value, until
tliey.ure now estimated to bo worth only
$100.000, ODO, thus showing an actual los
111 llw producing tnxublo wealth ot Ilia
country of something like $2D0,0OO,00lJ.
I bis, It will bu seen, only comprise the
direct und actual injury to tho landed
property, and does not ineludo the agri
cultural products that have been destroy
ed, which it would be Impossible to cal
culate correctly; but an approximate es
timate may be mud:.
By calculations made from dttt'i fur
nUhcd by chambers ol commerce, boards
of trade, and tacts obtained from other
reliable sources ot Information, It is esti
mated that the tosses sustained in the
overflowed country by the Hood ol 1S71
was not less than $13,000,000, while the
damaire done In the succeeding yenr,
1873. reached $10,00o,000. Thus is two
years the loss ot agricultural products
amounts to more than $20,000,000. ISiuce
ltiOO there have bwn seven irreut over
flows in tho Mississippi and in some of
the streams which are tributary to It, 00
curlng In the years 1802, 1SC5, 1SGS. 1871,
1874, 1875 and 1870. Whilo tiie lows in
llicted bv the Hoods of 1S71 and 1875 may
not be n fair standard by which to esti
mate the losses of the other years eiimn
erated, yet It is estimated in a carefully
prepared paper by a prominent merchant
in a largo commercial city, and which I
now have before me, that the destruction
of cotton, sugar, rice and other southern
larra products, resulting irom tno aitrer-
ent overflows since 1800, would avcraee
in full value for each one of them the
sum of Jf.uw.uw, amounting in
the iiiigregato leaving out the
present vear to $48,000,000. This, add
ed to the $250,000,000 of the depreciation
In the value of lands, would make the en
orrnous sura ot $208,000,000 that has been
subtracted Irom our material and active
wealth within a period of llfteen years,
and all resulting irom a single cause
'l ue entire cotton crop mr tue year JH7
amounted to something over 4,000,000
bales, and we exported for that year a
little more than $100,000,000 iu valuo ot
that commodity. In addition to this our
exportation included manufactured
eoods ol cotton fabrics, valued at $1,071,
381, which, added to the former amount,
Elves us the total vaiuo 01 cotton and cot
ton manufactures we sent during the last
year to tbe markets 01 otner countries the
sum of $194,710,000. During tho samo
year wo exported JC2,i32 pounds ol
brown sugar, worth, In round numbers,
$31,111: 2J.780.830 pounds ol refined
sugar, worth $2,385,382; also, 3,373,003
gallons of molasses, worth $1,133,003,
and lastly, 270.3J7 pounds ol rioo, worth
$10,831; making the aggregate value ol
thesH lew commodities of export amount
to tno sum 01 izw,vji,bjo."
Mr. loung then reviews the good
effects the contemplated Improvements
would have on tho country, and con
dudes by laying :
"In seasons ol tho greatest monetary
wantamong tho people, otlicr govern
ments have carried lorward their greatest
public works, and these experiments
nave worked the most happy results, 1
am unable to see any good reason why
they would not follow aslmllur policy iu
this country, Commence these irreat en
terprises and you give employment to
thousands ol wining bands aud strontr
arms that are now folded In Idleness
because there Is no field of industry in
which they can labor, it we but
foster and build up tho great
Industries ol our section and de
velop iu boundless resources, wo shall
be rleli and prosperous beyond parallel
In the history of any people on earth,
Now that those exciting and exasperat
ing questions that hud tlielr birth in sec
tional animosities aud partisan hostility
are, In tome measure, passing out of Am
erican polities, we may lltly direct publlo
legislation to the futherauoe of worthier
and more Important objects. When wo
have reconstructed our industrial, agri
cultural and commercial system, social
policy snd political aOsirs will aduit
themwlvti without legislative antit-DC."
Cs-trrri of th Nasal Cavities, Aeuta,
Chronic and Ulcerative, nay r ,
or Rose Catarrh, Catarrh of the Eye
and Ear, and Catarrh of tha Throat.
fiUCCESSFCLLY TBE1TED WITH
8ANFGWS RADICAL CURE.
CATARRH II a iliac ao of the mnconampmbmne.
Tempnrimtntt aud comtlttitlOnayiLryltsi'.i ver
ity iu IndiTlilunl can. Catarrh nsar nrlw Irom a
Ci'lu or a uccetJion of c lili, ftotn Hidden ennara
of otmoinhere, wenring wet clotldnu, or expoeuro
to inclement wcntln'r, end beormlnir thoronfMy
chilled when the dlacitlvnorirana ro In a morbid
or Ir.artlvo condition, and llie iirtunth and vital
furcee chantcd. Hid diwns may aiU from a
orofulou condition of tha blood, frora Bcarlet
t ever, MeMloi, and 01ihiuerln.ln which cr.tcMne
eye and cr ore men 'rally iLflved and ulecliaige
Quaiitltlea of jaiitur. '1 no rliMhnrgee from tho
note, tNedi.tidciiVU feature In all caiorrrml cues
from whatever cimoo 1 1 o urtae, m,ty bo thin n.d
watery, and no add ntofiify reiltK'sft and exc
ruulon ol Hie rkm wnn wiili n tiny coino in con
Uct.ur thick and y,llowUh,itnillia. a loulodor,
i,r ciuar and whit.' W th.i ivl.llu e nil l'C i h"")
may be au entire l,u k ,,f w r. iloii.tlutbiirtacti ho.
InKdry and fevi'rl'h,ll,a live, noiit ami uprii r pnri
or tho head I jeilnn um'oiiiirtntiin, ana e 11
enclndcd by n Ui:W, ii.iyi' ldiuK bun. I. '1 nu lultor
r.tiHSQ l cillleu Iry Cutfiri h. 'ilni Irve midti ry nU
rliarKee Cuiid tliu p:isflrj..'- t "well and L.'Lome
thtck,r,cd, lonih-n: biv.th.in! t nounti tho m'i
dilBcult or lmiwi"ll,ii. nii tti" inhfrer Arid It
noccesitry to lin ntiio thivli Ihn moiiih, thereby
ijermiltiuKCold :iir to uihIh .:tiy to mi' hriiiiclnnl
und Iuuk. iini u.uit. r p,..n,i( flown tho
tbi'Oiit cioati'8 ii con-lfiut o..lro to hunk and ex
ncciuriiie to U,i o.v It on': hi t ftiionthoiuciulirano
U dry aqd foverl-h. Imtea-l of ni"iri rreol) down
Irom the nok' und throat , tui run un btcomwt Imrd
6lld forma Ir.to wnlu, lin'r.wt itioiii, and haul
luiuna. wliiclt i.dlieio,M (lin.ly loiliona-iilpnifiiiina
and tt.ro ii m to r.'qiili vc. )' perHhUent aoru tu
(liiode Hum. T',a i y.t It vuij,:ithy hecomui Iu
llaaifi", red, weak, wA tvtfry, or Inthn inornlr.a
tlio Hi's nny bof'.iiiHl pluvd toirdhcr, aiidniatli r
Ji irri'tcdinuirt!0,i' li-.-rt(U.'Ui'Hy. Tho 'nr KltfO
bfOiu'.f feoriounly r.li'C't',,!.ijfech(H,Rlui(UU;intHlt'
cf luultrr, bt'HlilcsbuiuKVi'lud bytl,vi'ict vlulriit
r.cutitl'J.c p.'ilus, tnii:.rf l.tuu.Uy l.i lurlionin..-tion,nti(-rMfcin,a.i!'l
l.i.nliy (!"u!mf3. Hie throat,
imnckul tuhci,e'id l':"- a- in r.ur.y cr.sca alluci
el by cntnnh, cn I v.lu ii .i ....l. m ion i t' tlw her
voin nvstcui U miptrad'.h'd.ea'.li tiu'o .tijua bcciiuia
A brlranrvy of thy mmtMrlflna dl'tonno irnrnt
Btln-liouroiiiniHi'd Willi It l.i iiiiikeKi'dy.rci:ira
lieu lot Ht irralim-i.t b'.ft.ra I' beconiea chronic,
'ilie ndvmitnifa oll'orcil l:v SNKono'n IIavical
free rn ronlldentlv l)'dli'V4 Nl'O to bo found tn no
nUicr remedy, i n i t. i In itaprepnrniluii.eYery
line in Ihe dii ectlona. kiui ( H aa nat'iuutjiioreiui'dy,
culi'ulnt.id lo incut c vc t y T.:Ut: of t ho d Ibi-'uio. The
numcroua tfntlnioiilnle fi.u t!,c h t pcplu lathe
I r.ltfd Htnlt'SiiltcHt tho i'M"e mi In which It laln ld
l y Ihobfl T, ho lnivo l,,'-'il !i'"ed from tho inol de
ttmctuennd n.mveroui, liuiuuiu with whlcii mau
kUU ii lo-duy ullliclc J
A cr.rcfn'ly revised Trenton on Cutirrh, trltli an
ftceurctc di'icriptioii of ty mptciits muleynitiuthctlo
dlicaaep, together with mlv.modti'i'rtloniiforellect
fnir with Hakkorii'h IIadK'ai, ( i uk a ani't'dy and
permanent euro. Alio ohru'rvnlloiiH on diet und tho
ctnml henllh, Of vn-i l!iin:Uu.n! to nil aitllcled
wilii c.itnr.h. It Is viaiid i. i.ut ia; Ii bottluol
tho i:uiutL Cii.K, or v-1 . 1 Lo w.ikd lieu uu iu-
Ccipt ol BtltU-p.
Ench package cf Sakfurd's Ratitcat, Crti con
tain) I ir.eaii lord's improved lnliuiini(Tuhu,with
tdll dliiiclious for Ibi) In nil ciwea. 1'rloe, fl. Mold
by all wholi'salo B!iU ri tall mutism tlirnuuh
ont the United Stntfe md Cnniidn. WKEKrf
10 1' IKK. Goucrul Ag'jh; and WtolC8ultt lrug
Cures Pain3 and Aches.
it c(i!nllis the Circulation,
ltbobdura Inflammatory Action.
It curea ltiipturca und htmlm.
It removes l'uln and SoreueM.
It cures Kidney Complaint.
iuirenKthona tlio Muaclci.
It curea Uheum.dlKiu and Neuralgia.
It relate Btlttcued Uorda.
It cores Nervoua Shock.
It ii Invaluable in Parnlyn.
J t e uroe 1 ull flinmul Ion of t lie. Liver.
It removed Nervoua i'ulus.
luures Spinal Weakueaa.
It it Orati lul and Soothing.
It curea Eplleniy or f'lU).
t la Safe, liellable. and Kconomlcal
t prescribed by PhyMclam.
ii it muuracu uy ciecuiuaua.
Be enrcful to obtain Coiiivv Volt id PlAerss,
a combination of Klcctrtc or Voltaic Platea with a
highly Medicated Platter, aa teen in the above cut,
Gold by all WlioleitleandlietallDruirirlaUthroneh.
ont the United btatea and C'anadei, and by WK&3
& hOTTKlt, Proprlftort. Uoaton, Maa,
All sufferers trom this diseane
anxious to be cured sliould try lr. Ivis
nor's Celcbrutcd Uoimuuptlve l'owdcm.
These powders are the only preparation
known twu will euro Consumption and all
diiiOHen of the thront and lung indeed,
n uteiimf is nurfiiith in tliein, find ultio to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
will lorwiiid to every huuiici, uy umu
notiiald, a free trial box.
WC uoti I Winn yinn ui'iiu y iiivu Jim
perfectly siitinnd ol their curative, power.
If you life is worth savins, don't delay In
giving these, powders a trial, us they wil
surely cure you.
1'rlce, tor hirxe hox, SW. sent to pny part
f tlio I 'tiitcd States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASII & BOBBINS,
3f;0 Fulton .Street. Urooklvn, N. Y.
Consumption, thatecnurRe of humanity, ii
tlieureut (tread ol llic ininuiu I imily, in all cril-
I feci conlldent that I am In pofloesslon of the
only Biir, infallible remedy now known to
he profcmlon tor the tpcedy. positive cure ol
lint dread iliscan', and i'a unwi-leriino cone.im
lliint'', vlr: ("uiniib. Aailimu, iiMiicliilis, Ner
vous Ui'Mlitv, etc., etc. I urn old Iokv. 1 oP'
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eiltht years expc
rieni-e n a bucy prnctilioner In the lM-et con
sumption hospitals tn tne oi'i anu new worm,
h ,o doirrirf m the value of uroner mclica ti"B
both locul and coiintitMlloiinl in the cum of this
freat enemy nf our race. I have found it. Hut
am digroHssinK. 1 started am to Buy to tlioae
nulTerlnp; with consumption or any of the above
liiulndiet, that byudilresung me, (tlvliiK sympa
tolin, they eliall lie put in possession jotliie
Brent boon, without charpe, und shall have the
bcntllt of my experience in thousands of case
BllCoesHluiiy ip-uieii. run Jiij li,:uiai n, uiin.
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duty of ull drtigitUta to recommend It to the poor
dying coniumptlve, at leait 10 try one liolile, a,
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Ausnt VV.iterineier, Ailiuin
litiKtur of Ilie I'M.iti' t
I ru'lerii k Wati riiieiii', de
I.lua Wiiterineli r, K.iiiile !
IVtit.n to nil
Wult'imeier, ami Liimui I
uti'inicii r, iiiinor In ir I
and Una Hitl.Tiii'-i'T, the
1'iiiriliun ot paid iniiini I
Affidavit of tlicnoii-n-ideiiic nf l.iim Wnt
eimeier, widow, iMiiile Wntoinifif r, and Km -ma
Wnti'iiiieier, minor Iichk. und
l.inil W'Htermeicr, Jmirli:'li lnr
shiq minor Lcir. nl Find cmiiIo of Kredcriik
Wiileiinclcr, ileccascil, the di li'l.iliilil liboe
n:iincil having Lceii lllcl 1). the olln o ol the
clerk of anid c.iiiiity mrr, Noticii la hereby
fivento Ilie mud ili'leiiilant Ihut the prtitlnni-r
lllcd his petition in said co irt in proliatc UiTeol
on the tilth duy of bciteiut,er. A.l. l.,7, toaeli
the folhuvinir real property of th estate of
Frederick lVatcriiicier, deceased, to pay Ihe
Iphual' HaidtMluto Hirunle in aald county ol
A Ic.vnii'ler. Mate of Illinois, to-wit Sonlli threo
fotirtlii) nf nortliweit inmrtcr of nortliwiiat
(iiarter of section thirty-six, township I Wmlli
of ranne .' west of tiunl princlml ini rlliuii,
contuiniiiKalioitl thirty acres, and thut a tuni-
niimB thcivtiiinn ibmicit out ol saul c jurt hl'suihi
suid ilefendiniK reliiriialde on Hie .second Miduliiy
of November, H by luw ri-ipiire i.
ow, vheriioie. unioee you, Hie buio aeienu
ants thutl personally lie ana appear lieloru ilie
anid county court of Alexander, county on
ilie itrxi iiuy ot me .ovcmiKir term n. u i.-n,
tlureof, tn be liuMcn in Ihu citv of Ciiiro, in
6uld county.on Ilie accuinl Monday ol Novcmlier
A I). lsT", niul plead, umwer or ilenmr to
Buid petitioner's ietitlon, the Hume und the
mul lore ami tilings cnargei incrcin uuu mw-i,
will be taken as coufegseil, und a ilccreecnltred
at'oriliiiK lo the prayer of said petition.
rjAMUr.Li J, lIU.M.n, i-ounty i icra.
lUnMOS H. lli.Af k. Hol'r for ;2r'lnJ.'.Ixw,
State of Illinois, county of Alexiinder.
Circuit court of Alexander county, J.muary
term, A. I), li7.
Uacbi.I Tlioirpn V3. John II. Thompson. Iiill
Affidavit ol the non-residence of John II
lioinpson the defendant oliove named lmv
inu been filed In the ohice of die clerk of i,aid
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
given to the said non-reiident delelidant, mat im
complainani filed her bill of complaint in sa,l
court on the chancery side thereof on ihe loth day ol
Sep ember, A. 1). 1x77. and that a auminons
thereupon issued out ol said court against laid dc
fciuhnt, returnable on the fust Monday of Jan
uarv, A. 1). W, as it by la reputed. Now,
therefore, unless you, the said Jnhu II. Thompson
.. .n ,....nn,lt,, l... i,l iur lu'tore tile aiid cir
cuit court of Alexander county on the first day of
Ilie next term ihereol, to oe noinen at lae onm
house in the city of airo, iu said county, on the
r..k, iftn.ia ni.iumnrv A I). IM7H. and rlcad.
answer or deiiiur to the said coinplainant't lull of
complainant, the same, and the mutters and things
t wri-ni i n:ir.-i anil slaieo. tti uc micii y vu-
fessed, und a dcrec enicrcd aHiiiut you accord
ing to Hie pnycr or saiu bin,
JOHN A. REK K.Cleik.
v I wl iVm. VU.. St mlor IMth, A. f. I7.
County I'muiuu-Menled l'roiioin.
Notice is hereby civen that by ordei of Jbe
Board ol CountV Cotiiniiaoioneia, eeuled pro 06-
aluwill be reeeiv.d by tiie ;uniy Clerk ol
Al-xauder county, lilt oia until November l.'ili,
1.-77, fordoing the county priming, an f dlowi -
lst. r ot printing and puiuiliuiK tue uiiuu.ur
uui. r. ro.ii.. .,,ni pnulflunK tne n corn
of proceedings ol M,., r ,,i,i a ;o..ij i .iiuiiiT-
:ird. i'or nrlntinar ard iiulililnni! all inlvi'ilHi-
menbs ordered by the Hoard ol 'Comity Comiiiisa-
I he County rcservi'ii 11. e
liul.t hi n iect any
.S..I. I!l MM,
Co. 1 iet'U.
and nil lil'l-.
tPHiiiiern Neuleil propofiitli.
Notice i hereby jriven that by order cf the
fioHid nf County Coililniajiionera, sealed propos
als will be received liy the 1. nuiity t !ert until
Novembers Ih, 17". for kecpini: and rraintain-in-,
at the County Poor l arrn, the pauiri ol
Alexander county, lllinoi.-, Irom Dect-mlr ltt.
1S77, to Dccemlier 1st, Ii7i, a lienodoi one year.
1 Iip county reserves tl r.;-ht to reject any and
all bids. S. J- IU.MM.
Culro. IIU-.Scpt.S7, 1 dti
No. rt if.
Xntiro for 1'iiblicntion.
this 13 to t.ivf Not P.f: . ivt- -.- v i
davof Senlemlier. A. I). l',77. a i' n fcv
niptcy wa. iMueclaaain't liw '4 Hrj '
rayon and rerdinucd C. crii, 'tcrirv. "t
the County of Cook, and s-J of 1 -,e
licen adjudged Har,;ri.;"i "n t.v.r on 1'ei.t.r.n,
that ilie payment of any :'-( ai d t'i delvrv of
any property bcioiijrin ) . ;'.n Uar.tr:jvi, to tlm
or for their mr, and ihc tr.inf,.-r '.f r,y property Ly
them, are forbidden by lav: Ihit a me'ti of
the Creditors of iaid liai.kruj-t tyi rov- ih-.ir 'leLn
and to choose one or more As van'.-! of tiieir l.att
will lie held ot a court cf JUniuf.'.ry to ' holdrn
at the office or II N. II .ibar I, No. 11 l.a Halic
Klreet.in the city ofchicaje, before Homer N, II b
bard, Ks.p Ib t si-r, on the 27th (lay of (ic.obcr,
A. I) 1 1-7 7, at 1 " .clo.-k a.m., Lv order of Court,
no personal notice by :ru l, w.ll be uiven 10 ary
Creditor'! whose claim does 001 exceed SVI. ft,
JKS-t; S. IllLI'liCl', I . . Marahal,
.Todd and Vli!t'.l.o- , Attorney!.
Adnif I'lHlri lor'w Notice.
Estate ot Bridget Clark, dectA'cd.
The undersigned, having been appofctcd
administrator Cum Testatnento Aunexo
of the dilute ot liridget Clark, late of
the county of Alexander aud
State ot minoU, deceased, hereby
jrlvea notice that on will appear before.
the county court c( Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at the October term
on the third Monday in Oct. next, at which
time all peraou having claims aijiiliist :ild
ettate are notiiied and rciiieHtcd to attend
for the purpose ot having the same ad
lusted. All persons indepted to snid en.
tute are rotjue.ited to make immediate pay
ment to the uailnr-iynud.
Hated, thla Hlt day ot August, A. D.
1877. ALl'ltKU COMINGS, Adm'r.
wiiU Cum TeHtamento Annexo
Lstuto ol Louis Bluttcau, deceased.
The unilerslKnctl, bavlne been appointed
Exocutrix of the last Will and Tcntamont
ol Louis lilatteuti.late of tbe County of Alex
ander aud State of Illinois, deceased, here
by (riven notice that the will appear butoro
the County Court ot Alexander County, at
the Court House in Cairo at the October
Term, on tho ilrd, Monday in October next,
' t which time all pcrNona having claims
iigalnut Bald Kstuto are notiiied and ren,uet
cd to attend for the purposo of having tbe
Hiimo adjusted. All person" Indebted to
Raid Kstute are requested to make immedi
ate payment to the undersigned.
Dated thl 24 th tiny of August, A. I). U77.
Kstute ol M. J. McOauley deceased,
Tho undersigned, having been appointed
nxcciitor of the last will 11ml testament of
M. J. MeUauley, late of the county nf Al
exander and stato of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear bo
lorn the county court oflAloxandor county
at the court bouse in Cairo at tbe N'ovem
her term, 011 tbe ad Mondny In November
next, at which time all persons haviBir
cluliiiB against said estate nro notiflod and
requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing tho same ndJiiBtod. All persons Indebt
cif to said wtat are requested to muko im
mediate payment to the undorilgneti
Dated this, lstbday of September, i.p.
1S7T. - '
Ctil. O, I'ATIItB,
'. i vreETA b lkm ,
Evansvlllc, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
I'adua&h, Bhawnootowii, vans
villo, Louisville, Cinoincati '
und all way landings.;
'I Uk eli ifunt Sldc-wfii! t nillfi
Ialtkii n. rNNiNoroi....... . ..Matter
JlUHI.m I'KNNINIiTOM cterk
t Will Itavo Cairo every WEDNKBOAY bl
o'clock v. m.
Ti e fliit stetnu r .
Leaves Cairo every HATUKDAT".
lach boat makes clobe connccUona at Cairo
with flret-clasa steamers for Ht. Lotiie, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvautvillr with
the E. A C. K. K. for all points Norlk and Kast.
andwitbtbe Louisville Mail Steajnert fo.ai)
ixdntaonthe Upper Ohio, (riving through re
eeluta onfrelghu and passengers to all point
Irifiutary. , .
for urther Inforniation apply to
I A Hr.S HKili.i, raasenger Agent.
Or to (J. J. GRAMMEIt.
duperintemlent and Gvnerul Freight Agent,
lo-J-'.'d-lv. . tvanavlllc lndiaui
The. Steam Ferryboat
Will lie run roKiilarly, leaving firt-en-tieUl'B
lundiui; ut 7.i.',. and 12 o'clock u.ni.;
I 'M and 4:i;o o'clock p.m. during each
On .Siiudiiy Klin will leave the lauding at
and 10 oi lock a.m. aud at li m., abd at
4:do p.m. -
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
i toa, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olflceon whirf boat, foot of Sxih street."
Oliice of llalliibiy JJrothera, opposite Jit,
Egyptian Mills. Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, foot or 'J lilrty -eighth street, or
I'OJtOfllce drawer we.
PAIXT AND OIl.ll.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
wVall Paper, Window Glass," Win
dow Shados, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated illunilnatln
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
AURORA Ol Ii.
Coffee, Suear dt Sjrui; 4
, " .i-.. ,.,'tj nr- ' -i
Goods Delivered Promptly;
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
B a i1 g 1 a v r
SIGN. OF THE
, And -At w ir o - a. t o
SIGN OP 1?flE OR YSTAli'JVIORTAE, '2JlL
The Best Extract of Biicliu
BARCLAY BROS., ' - r CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla
: To Be 'Had at xt,:.v )
.' Barclays' Drug jStbro.;: ;
Agency for, Dr. Jaynes.:Medicines
u Barclays' Drag Store.
For Eolman's Aguo Ta&p
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOFaE. 1
Chills and Povor SrlotHcihos
At Barclays' Drug Stcsc'.
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY AUGUST FLOWER
-'Is ' - "
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stov PolisL
California Wine, Port
, , AT BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE."
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. v ' x
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking, , , -
;u . . Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes, M t .
" !! Whitewash Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs,
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. ' , ; V : '
French, English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOBE. .
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
ATc BARCLAYS' DRUG STORF
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone IndigoMadder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
1 1 AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
Homcepathic Medicines " ' -7" r
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.;
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing vWax , ; r..x..
and Corks for putting up jB ruit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen,
AT: BARCLAYS' DRUG . STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, . : r, H y , rJ A
' AT, BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Quinine, Smith's Tonic
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, j :
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.?,
Cough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
l iU ATi
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
OauaOi Ul AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE-J
and Hair Brushes
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOR.
Kresa Tonidf ' r? .1 ;
and all Ague Medicine?
Kinds, 0 . . .
BARCLAYS' .DRUG STORE.,
Paper and Twin 1
BARCLAYS' DRUG STUrtt.
BAR0LAY8' RUG STORE.
At Barclayo' Drufj Sioro
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