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AAAndMii7iMlfcMuic Xov.nAiii, It,.,
laaaea. . ,.
Wt art uthorlral toaar.or.nc. Reuben S. loco,
e iilr, at a caaJilu fur the cft.ce t f ecu-ry
iJjto Atiutdir cously. klection fsm Tu-c'..y
W. are eMthsiil toltiQUJ.Ct'W. F. P. I
. ju U the aAce w Uoumy U.ii,
00, AtawUy, NevamUr 6th, if..,
'lr-fee et.n of AUxindtr County ;
1 sitn icdperuum randicUte fur tl. ift.ct ot
cLi clrrlt, elite t.rriloa 10 b held Xov.n.ter
ami trUk.e tYthU.W to attend to lb. dill."
ltHTS(Uti,J. W. k.UAWKIN-.
Weax.enihoclieJ to announce Henry Phneri a
TUtm jireilacl, u a candidate lur County Link
arte tVcW u be haul Muvtmber lib, 19" .
fWaa. MmouM lht 1 m in independent rjnd.
Vlr 111 oitce of county clerk of Alexander
Mwuy.atih. election to U held in '""'
uat. JAMES W. SH.WAftr.
Wa in authorised to anoounc Samuel J.
leuua a candidate tor thenffle-e ol count?
CeweatlBeeUH'tioniobeleld NuVtlullrr I 111,
We are aulharireil to emio'inc John P. llely a'
a cjadidat tur the office of county clerk M the
rl.ti.on 10 be held .November Uih , UI7.
To tnYotre of Alexander County:
I hereby anasuncr that 1 am a candidate Kir I he
etWe ol County Clerk of Alexander connty, .it
jeet to jour i.ion at your respective voting
tatc,ontbe With day oi November, 1.-".
Very liMpcctruUy. CASPr.li YOST.
l'r tToanty awtaool Nuprrinfpndrul
v.- m ...tt..-,M.l ia annMinre Mn. P. A. Tav
ist ai a candidal, for re-electi.wi u the o'Kce of
unnty tcho.1 uperirtcrint, at the colli.ii u net
held November Mi, l.T7.
W ar authorized to nainfe Henry SKv.;t
cad.at for coroner el Alex-intlcr county
, a: the
tnui u heldNov. u,"., lr.
We art aathnriied to announce Hick rd Ki:
ferald a a candidate fur Coroner of A!exa:iu-r
coaal. i-iettlon, Nov. uh, 177.
W tt n.hori?.! an:icwe A.J. AVVr.
a nad-duc tke ofc-e of Oiaiy 1 r-n if'-r
Akzaadacoaatv. Ktmion. Taetdy, Noaibi
CovGREis mta on Monday next, tv
Mb. Haitxll U now In Washington,
whither be has gone to work Jor Mr.
Morrison (or the tpe&ker&hip.
The ejection In France take place on
Sunday next The result will no doubt
be a victory for the Republicans.
Tbi fight for the speakership of the
house ot representative is bcroininjr
lively. Randall. Morrison. Saylcr, Cox,
Blackburn and Goodc, all aniloiu for the
position, have arrived In Washington to
look alter their chances. It Is hard to
tell who will be the successful man, but
at present It Is believed that Itandall has
the largest following ol supporters. It is
not unlikely, however, that a combination
will be formed by which Randall will be
laid on the shelf and somo one ot the
other candidates elected.
Tbb Democrats of Ohio seem to have
gained even a greater victory than was
at first believed. Republicans now con
cede the State to the Democrats by 25,000
to 30.000 majority, and it mnf even be I
irreater than the latter figures. In the
legislature tho Democrats will have a
majority of not less than forty on Joint
ballot, thus securing a Democratic uni
ted States senator to succeed Stanley
Alatthews, the present Republican sena
tor. All honor to the Ohio Democracy.
THE OHIO ELECTION.
DSMOt'BlTIC MAJ0P.ITY mOBABI Y 2,OC0
TO 30,000 THK I.EOULATCRE DEMO
CBATIC. CoLtTMBUS, Oct. 10, There Is scarcely
any excitement to learn definite figures
ot yesterday'! election. Both committees
concede (hat Bishop 'a majority will be
between 15,000 and 23,000. The Demo
cratJc committee claims tbat the Demo
crats will have between 20 and 30 on joint
ballot in the general assembly, and the
Republican committee does not depute
The publican committee have recei
ved very UtUe news totday, and
all poliikid information ha.? to
le obtained lrom Democratic
beadqurters. The Democratic sute
committee up to this time have what are
tailed official returns from jast one-hair
of the coon ties of the State, and these
show a net Democratic gain, over the
yote of last year, of lft.TX. Taking this
as a basis, they eUim, that Bixhop' ma
jority can not fall be-low 23.000. and they
think that the full official count will eive
him 28,000 or 30.000 majority. In the
ahaence of definite Information the Re
publican committee concede liishop's
election by 25.000.
The Democratic committee flzurcs on
the general assembly as follows : In the
houaethe Democrats will have 67 mem
bers ; the Republicans 39, and Nationals
or WorUftjpnen 3. Democratic majority
'iTi nwnr alii m.
la tba MM the Democrats will have
25 mMben tnd the Republicans 10
Democratic majority 15. This will give
the Democrats 40 majority on ioint ballot
It is not likely the lull ollicial count
will materially change legislative major
Itiei claimed not more thaa two or three
at moat. There U no excitement In the
city to-night, and no crowds about the
headquarters oi eaner party.
THE WAR IN EUROPE.
IMPORAKT JCSOTIOX EFFECTED GEN
OOtTBKO TEE COKBESrONOE.NIS SAV'
Loroox, Oct. 10. Correspondent with
Cheyket Pasha's headquarters telegraphs
from Radowlrzq near Plevna under date
ol Monday as loHows: Our army occup
lea TelUche and to-day effected ajunctlon
Willi Osraan Pasha who took up a posi
wm on the betghU of Dubrlck. There
naaDeaano fighting on the way hither
zeept a trifling cavalry skirmish on the
plain oiLukovltta. The Russians, who
were encamped there, flmi tin nnr nn.
pronoh. , W hope to arrive at Plevna to
morrew. KeoonnoUaano. in any direc-
uoai Mrs laueu w uiauoTer a single Hug-
BrichareM aoeclal uya Gen. Gourko
with elermi rarlmenu of csvalry, and
eight batteries of bona artillery, started
on t raid to Softs by way ot Tlrnova and
Belvl. Foot cavalry regiment ol the
guard will Join him en route.
TUt Mot correspondent sayt In consc!
(juonct ct rsrtii'.ilot! t.laifJby Taiiunj
on the movements of. corrcjponUcnrs ft
number ol f hop with tha army More
Plevna haj hrcn reduretl from fluty to
two. a numbrr of r.niUfU and I:ujlun
rorrespomU'tits havin retPntlv be n or
drre'l to quit.
THC tOHV.FSrONfiEM .
Th tact the niithontit's are-
tnileavorin)? to keep the ktnti
ct tha army e'ret. Lye-witoefe;
tell me tUt sohllen. In
the bre'feiit evcre 7 catber, ro lyiiv on
the hare earth. Tha hoplifth are thol?-l
with wonn-le.1 ami ikk wholes thu
p'icnhe i thonanl lait loa ta ft a
a NAVat. CiU-DiorHi:.
Atialfttz ppeil'il 5iy' t'1 erttfat'ement
took plme ott Rutins, at the ni'"" ' t the
Lianuhe, on Tnef.lay, hcfw'm I: i- -Inn
and Turkish srenmer. T'he hitter . .li l
cil and tank with all hand.
A Cialutz ?pe, i:tl v-f,yi a iiarti-ntfer v"
Sfl from St. itenre's ntmith ni the I in
uho tcmid lor Tuliha. aeeidentally
struck a Ktpshn torpedo and hiew up
with all hands. Thi i' pomhly the
origin nl the report of n uaval (nnli.
r, r: a i n" i n' r.f.F.v.vn f : s a n imv 1: t;.
i lilnaRO .l.iiirt. al,
Chieao elevator, as per otli''i;d ii
turns, eont.iiu "JO,J.'!." hu'liela ot wheat;
l,'?J,:.10 hiiflicW ot'eorn; SMi.Ml hu-ln U
of oats; 10I.3.VI bnlieU of rye, and .".:i7,
ltM bushels ot barl'-y, making a riiid
total of S,ftl,ni:J IiUmk-Is ajrain.-t .'.-vyj,-27Jbuhels
one week a;o, and 1,271,07s
bu.-lieU at this period last year.
.Milnaukre warehouses are ,-foreU
with 8S3.120 bttfhel of what, :, 12
bUtiheH ol corn, .V.,!.'i;7 huih'-N- of out-:
2!',22J hu-hels of rye, and 2M,70 bn-ln-lf
New ork and ItrooKlyn wari:houe
contain '2s's!,,,-' tiu-hi h ni wheat, 2.'.i".".
f2S bushel ot corn, Ssl,s25 Imtheli ol
oat. 2S1."2' pnsheN of rye, ii'.i,iM' Duiiel
of barley, and s.u.iw bu-iicn oi malt.
Gniin" in sigbt in tie; sta'e and
Canada September 2:, ls77: Wheat
?.4sS.(M0 bushels; eorn, n.2.",3H hash
eli: oa'.j, 3,s')2'.S Im-heU: rye, o7'.44 )
buhel.; barley, Ll-nil bu-hei.
Fxoorts last wk froi;i tha le.vlit.'r
ieaboard norta include 3.10'; bam l ot
. i.:t2.04 ooiimU ot Dacon, .i
171 pounds of lard, 57,017 barrels of II. mr,
l,6i.),.J bu-hels Of wheat, 1,212.'-J
bn-heM of corn, aw! l"f,041 bushels of
that is a rr.i name which mkxh a.ns
APl'I.Y 10 A.MKKICANS A ITOIW. MtoM
THF. "SAV UtA.NCIsC'Ml'A-l..''
ITrailat!.'. fir t!. O rt..:t it-tliti Trn-s l.y A.
Au'fU, M. 1)
In translating the lolloMns from the
O.t J, the only Spanish daily newspaper
publi.-lied In California, we cannot refrain
from commenting on, and eomniending
the American people for their tolerance.
No other people in the world would per
mit such a tissue of ahncc without treat
ing the editor to a dose ot tar and leath
ers, and ia our humble opinion he would
richly deserve It; for though tho article i
signed anonymously, he is still responsi
ble for It. Truly ate the people cl'thls
trontler "Ions-suffering,"' but we doubt
not a few publications such as this will
prove the axiom to be correct, and that
patience will ceaso to be ft virtue. In
line, a little judicious castigat'ion to the
Owl would probably teach him at least to
be civil. Here is the article j it is dated
from tho Alamo?, .Senor.i, Mexico, mid
Mtliough the wires, denominated by
you telegmphie, havo not reached this
place, Is no preventive to the arrival ol
news now and then." (Here is Inserted a
would-bejoko in Spanish, relative to such
news, which is caiicu a "bwryu muty
limulo'' or "woolly lamb, ' but which
cannot he translated into English with
anv aDnreciativc meaning.) "The last of
ich news has alarmed us considerably,
for the reason that wo understand that
all of U3 -Mexicans are to bo swallowed
ud bv cannibals (an animal we are ignor
ant of), and that these cannibals are called
Yankees. care near aeau witn icnr.
They have been painted to us so hideous
ly, so deformed, that a simple descrip
tion oi tnem is cnougn to lernty n.
It Is said they have the f.:cj ol a devil,
beard like unto our rain-goat, mouths as
biz and spacious as hell! (.0! Jesus, .Mary
and Joseph:) It is said tbat a dozen Mexi
cans can be covered by the ball of their
great toe alone. In line, one of these
snlmals enure reseraoicn mo cnu oi a
rope, its sight being enough to cause us
to faint fatally. From this horrifying'ac
count you can well understand that we
are patiently waiting our last hour. We
hope tor nothing more nor less than the
uck wnlcn icu ;o me lot oi .ionas wnen
e was swallowed by the whale, although
they say the?e Yankees are rather more
hideous, ana isnrer, out one trung wnicu
we have bJen informed ot has tended to
lessen our fear .ornewhat. and make the
dark perspective ot our picture
more lively to our Imagination;
this is. that they arc slow, dull,
torpid brute, but treating their victims
rudely, obscenely anddisxracetully you
know the old axiom. I hus, since know
ing this vulnerable side, In order to de-
fenu ourselves, our panic-striken tears are
mixed with a kind or curiosity or temer
ity, and makes matters appear rather im
probable, l et, observing previous nianl
testations, we are waiting with a certain
impatience. It is al-o ald, In this city
'Alamos, ftate oi sonorai mere aio a
eon-ldeubie number ot the biutes, and
wo are anxious to know the- truth from
you wliether our account ot them is true.
anu wnctner tncy are really going to
swallow us. F inally, In any event we
wish to be prepared. But vou must be
quick, becauw they say these animals
come on the wind at any moment; In that
case, our prayers and praises to him on
hlL'h would be of no value, lor they lay
that besides their torpid, rude, obscene
brutality, they are nevertheless lively
animals. We will feel very much oblig
ed to you for full information, and in re
turn aeK oi us wnatyou please. We send
you the following litany or solemn form
of public worship, In order to sen If bv
this means we can appease or mitigate
the rage wnicu ui.sturns tiicsc animals,
GRAND LITANY n TFIK YANKEES, TO BE
fUED IN TflE HOCK OF TRIIIt'l. 4TI0.N
TAUGHT BY OUR FATII1.IIS,
Northern animals, brutes, have pity on
cannibal Yankees, uon t swallow us
Lively animals, hear us.
Animals, the most brutal, don't oyer
From their entry nmong u, Good
Lord deliver us!
From their defamation, Uood Lord de
Prom their snares and bad faith, Good
Lord deliver usl
From their rage and evil will. Good
t-ora uellver usl
rom their desire to swallow ns up
UOOd Loril (Inline!- llat
F'ronj the suffocation by the smoke of
iuojr yim, uoou Lord deliver us :
From the suHocaUon In w lakes of
tnrir ealira, Cnoi lord dtilver m '.
From l.elnir chewed up like toba
Good Lord deliver til !
From the elevation oi thlr (-niirmi.tii
feet on our table, Goad I .nrd d.'livet u'1
From the comlnj; of yonn Eunices,
Good Lord deliver u-!
To tho attention of thl.i lat pr.iyer, we
a-k you to hear us '.
Uur fattier, etc.iion i u tu: uuu mtii
ut all elre. don t deliver us t" "e.in.
A di-.piitch to the ;.'r. I.oui' ?i.i.
i;i lrom Davenport states that granger
i n operative store s ana nmnuiai turns
have not proved ;tu cGii epi t;ment;
inlor.a. They have- all failed, the lu't
fceln;; il.e Mu cariiliiH ouiinty ro opei ativc
factory for the rusniifutnre ot a?ricul
tnrul irntileini tit. '1'lie- v.hole "l ihe
inglnal ea It capital of 5Ju.ii-i 1: wiped
out In the eollap'e.
I he Cairida I'.k iii'1 r.-iilnwl i uieh r
contract from I on William we:uaid to
the Kngli-h river, U:: mile-, and inuu
Selkirk eaitwiii' 1 1' Kerwaliii. Ill miles.
Forty-seven miles rail hive been laid.
Work on tic Ann Arbor it Toledo pro
ect b iiiniiueiii'td at ImiiJee next
wc-k. Ground waJ broken on the 1'itis
bar, Yong-itown A Lake Erie ruad. on
the 21 and ino.t i.f tin- r.idirig will be
done ihi- t.-JI.
New Orleans Tin": No crop that
grows from tin; soil is moro certain mid
generally remunerative than sugar, ft
never tails in the Cerise In which cotton
and corn fail. A half crop at rare inter
vals U about tho wor-t the seasons ever
Jo for it. hi "."ouiit ot the limited
iiigar ait.a there U no danger ot over
production. On account ol the inevitable
decay of sugtr production in Cuba there
is no jirospect ot any permanent d cline
in price-. It is a Mel which intelligent
men understand, and which ought to lie
publi-he 1 abroad, that the present live
nctrroes of the sugar parish a are the tet
organized, cheapo.:t and mo-t reliable
fricultural laborers in tho world.
Vermont has a law, like one In :hLi
tate. making rumelhT liable lordain
gc arising troni di 'iirikeuiu-ss caused by
their liquor, and under It u verdict ot
2.i'i0has ju-t been securid by a Ileeds-
boro woman. Her eompl lint was for
permanent Injuries received by hemg
thrown troni a wagon in con-equenco of
her husband, who was driving, being
drunk on liquors bought ot tlio defend
ants. This vva; the second tikd of the
case in tin' same court, the first having
rcsultcl in a verdict of Jl.sju tor the
plaintill. It v. as earned before the su
preme court judges, nnd by them sent
back to the county court on some techni
cal error. The defendants denied re
sponsibility on the ground that the man
had only procured one drink of them, at
which time ho was sober.
The New York clearing house year
ended on Saturday, Sept. 3. The ollicial
report of tho year's transactions Is antici
pated by the New York TaL.inr. The
exchanges for the year ending Sept. 30,
will be about $20,MH),000,000, an increase
of " per cent, over the tran- act ions of
187.") "70, notwithstanding a decline in
the priors ol many Important article'.
Indeed ilie exchanges will slightly ex
ceed those ol the year Is:) 7J,
when the awrago ol prices
was fully 20 per cent. higher
than it is now. This indicates a
conMderablc increase m the quantities of
product bought and sold, and the reduc
tion in price?, though It involves more
narrow raargains ot protit for dealers,
confers a corresponding benefit upon
consumer", and has enabled tho country
materially to extend its foreign trade.
Some part of the Increase in exchanges is
duo to very much less than those of the
year 1S74-75, so that the inerca:e in ex
changes miiPt be nttri'i:;!- 1 to an ai tual
enlargement arid improvement of other
than speculative ba dness.
The Joncsboro 'J unfit says: 53i,
12.18 i3 what the architect of the -tate-
house at Springfield says it will take to
finish it ; and the voters ol Illinois at the
November election will be called upon
to vote tor or against an appropriation ot
that amount. There may have been much
lraud and corruption in building the
tate house ; but it ko, it would certainly
now be bad policy to let it crumble down
3 an unfinished con lition. We are tor
the appropriation, even the eighteen cents
lor that small amount should not be lctt
to endanger the completion of a grand
building that will, when linidied,.bc the
pride of every Illinoii.an, and one of the
bctit buildings in America.
SM'.c if lliinoil, r(. :n'yof AlfXor.iler.
Circ-i.t court of Ai'-Jun'j-r couu:,
fr.n, A. ! Irf7.
ll.ch-l '1 how fon vi. Joi n II. Thominon.
Icr duorc in ciiintcry.
A)'fi'i.vit of l:i oont-'iitie;ne: uf .1 .hn II
Tr.offivon t'.c deri'lant ayjre nami:d l.av-
ii l.:e.n f.::.l in ti.e u'Jw: of tin clrrk of ru-1
c.rc j;t coi.rt of Aictart'lTr r'untv, n'.iKe )b tr-l.v
2 vn to tKfj iii.l nMi-n.i!'lr.rit CiftniUnt, t!,at t)c
rrMin:int rata her I. a ol conoiumt in ik:rl
court 'm t.'K c:inf.e:ry iil thereof hi the l-llh iUy ot
eraucr, . u . i-.i, at.a ir.ai a iLmmoni
thereupon luucl wit of i;ud ciurt 3fin.-,t ar.oi rlc
fenrlant, rctuinu:.)e on trie firnt Monday ol Jan
uary, A. It. l'.i, ai it ty la rci iired . Now.
therefore, unleti yon, the aaitl Joho H. IhomjiM.n
....11 pcrwvn-ii.y ik a.iu iucir ixiorc mi na.d cir
cuit court of AlcxAhrier county on the firit day of
me nr. t terra inereot, to r,e noiuca at the court
house in tnc city of Ci.rn, in ia ii cuiiiir, on the
firit Momlay ol January A. J). 1H7S iiid i.Ieail
amwer or demur to the aai.l complainmt'i f.,11 of
complainant, the same, and the rn.itt-ri and thin'
tnerein cn.irt;(:a anu iute., wia lie Liken ut c.ri
fehied, and a decree entered Ralnt you accord
inirtotl.e prnycr of Mid lull.
JOHN A. KKKVK, Clerk.
Cairo, Illi., dcot muer laid, A. It. 177.
.oilce for Publication.
THIS IS TOfilYK MlTILK. Thai on lhJ(.1li
lUyof rtemier, A. D. 1877, a Warrant in Hank-
riplcy Wainue(laii,nt Ihe eitalc ol Henry 1C
I'ayvm una Ki-nlmanU K Candii, of Chicnijo, in
the County of Cook, aid Ht.ile ( Illinois, who have
hei-D adjiii!i;e'l bankrupt, nn their own 1'etilion,
that the payment of any delite at.o the delivery ul
any property tloii(rirK to unci) Itankrupti, to then
or fur liieir use, and the tranifer t.l any propctty oy
them, nrc forliiililen l.y l,aw: 'lliiii a meeting of
tile l realtor oi :na tuukrupt to rove their 1 litt
and to choose one or nv.re Axiirnec, of their KSi.es
will l held at a court of U:iniiuptcy to he hn leu
aitlieoQica of 11 N. Hibbaril, Ni. l'tt La H lis
St.-ect.ln the city of Oilcan, before lioninr N. il li-
uartl, l.vf. itcu'io-r, on inax.ih nay ol llctobur,
A. 1) 1m;7, HI 1 o'clock a m., hy order of Court,
no perioiial ucilke ky mad, will Le liven to any
JKSsK S. illCI'ltUI', U. IS. .Manhaf,
J-iitd and WlMtehou.f, Allnm.yi.
I . .iiypapefur
I ...MM.IlUt L
J'lCleo.tyouaralrui and will lunry aara
i. -venim wen cp St. liODii.iaa,
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We "ell sro ptirehse a iksiri d .' t.har. s
of stocks and upward on marliiH ot from
one to two percent.
Letter of Credit and limit payable
lorany part of Europe and America, i-sued
in the coveuience of traveler.
Full information sent on application.
WILSON & CO..
P. 0. Box 2183. ' 35 &37 Broad St.
(Near Gold and Stock Exchange.)
ColTeo, Sugar &. Syrun,
Spocialty in Toas.
Goods Delivered Promptly .
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Aitxander f.rjiitily. (,;,
In tli Countv Court of said county, Novtn.l r
'lerrn, A. U. 1-77 .
Aii?'eil W..t-rrm i r, Admin-1
i-traior r.i th entji.. o
Frr-lerkk W atr rnntitr, Ut
'1'iMaited, i'e-titon to tell
I.iria WaU-rmeii-r, Emile
airiimrirr, and i.mina
ati-ruieier, minor heln
and l.ina Wati-riin-ier, the
Ifiiardian ci nuid minor
Allidavit of the non-rerildeneaaff l.ina Wfct-ftDien-r,
widow, Kiuile Wutermeiir, and Km
ma WaU'iineii-r, minor heirn, and
l.ina U utirmiier, guaplian lor
mn minor t em id eaid ornate of Frederick
Wateinitier, ileuciaHl, Uie ilefeLilanta ahove
named lim ing been tllid in the oflice of the
clerk r,i gaid county court! Notice in hereby
liven to Ihe Kind detindaiiti that the petitioner
Hied h.a petition in aald court in rirobaiei thereof
on the iltniiujr ol rirplemlK-r. A . I). I77, toaell
ihe i-.llowinK real pro-rty of the estate of
l-rcdirick U aterineier, dowaacd, to pay the
ilebfa ol' id muit BiluaU) in aald county of
Alexander, hUteol'lilinola, to-Wit Soulii thre.t
rouriha ,f northwrat quarter of nortliwiwt
iUrter of iitUoii thirty-Mix, township Ki.wmlli
of ranae j wcHt or tmrd principal inerliiau,
cotitttiulriK al.jiit thirty a ire, and that a urn
inuna theretinou iaaucl out of aaidcuurt acainal
aid de rend mtn returnable on the aecond Monday
ol Novemlier, ls77. a i by law required.
Now, .hereroiv. unleaa you, the aaid del'end
anot uliall peraonolly teand appear before the
aald county crmrt of Aletnnder county on
uie Uratduy oi the November term A. U l!f77,
tleitof, to ba hold in the cltv of Cairo, in
aid county, on the necond Monday of Novemli.r
A.l. k17, and plead, anawer or demur to
aald petitioner'! petition, the aania and the
luatli r and lIunKM chari(i'd therein and atau-l,
will be taken aa conieaaed, anil a decree entered
according- to the prayer of aald petition.
bAMLI I.j. iiiimm. County Clerk.
lTAttMiiill. Iti.atK. Hol'r for VojLjjjluw.
AiTihMaTniaMa.1f P a R I 1
a. ra j i a.
). A UK UfiVlUUU W. lit Dm liink tine. VWJrMia V
J vJV I .
I ANUY hOAfS,
m t.i r n 1.1.1
...r 'lliruutg Prescribed Sold
' anil Lung I bv Phvsiclans.l I every
duejjfuel Use no other. I I where
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, SbawneetowD, Evana
v illo, Louisville, Ciaoirmati
and all way Undings.vJ
The fleant ldi-WliM tijiir
A'axrax B. I'imnimhtoXm.
JH AKLKfl I'k.tNINOTON
t Will leave Cairo every
n'rloi a i..
vVF.IiNr.MA Y at
'1 be fiei-t iteauier
Kb. 'Ihoma. ..
aro every hATL'lkUAY.
ar.h l.oat makfi! clof e cntiiiectloni at Cairo
Witn flrst-clae euamerafor St. J.oiiih, M. m
pluaand New Orl.ii.B, and at Kvanaville with
IV L' a I- II U r... .II....I..I. V.,.fh.n.l L
andwitbtiie l.oiLjviUa Mail Stcaniera loail
poiiitii on U.e Upper Ohio, livui through r
uid luiHnf!tTa to all polnu
nrller Information aj-ply to
l.li-.r) llli.ij.s, i-aaaeiirer Arfent.
J. M. I HIl.l.li'S, 'ArS'nW.
Or to O. J . GltAMMKft,
riui't.nun.'.irjt and fvneral l"reiht Agent,
).t-:i-a,-lv. Lianavilie ihdiai.a.
(l 'IT tit f'AH'.O)
I he Stealil Kerrj boat
Nebraska City Ho. 2
Will be run regularly, leaving fireen
field la ui I i n if ut 7:4;i. ') and 1' o'clock a.m.;
2:30 and 4::io o'clock p.m. during each
(in suu.luy hlic will leave ill landing at
and ID Oilo.. k a.m. and
at i in., and at
OrdorB for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ollkcon wbnrrboat.foot of ftixth afreet.'
Oflic.e of lUlll'lay ilrotheri, opooaite f-t.
-Kptma Mills, Twentieth afreet.
Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-eighth fttreet, or
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVn.ll f uper, Window OUas.'.Win
dow Bhadoi, &o,
Aiwayi on html, tbe 4let.rt.tf .1 iIltmlnatlB
Currier Eleventh Street and Waahinf
At IIOIIA OIL.
II . -
. . 1 1 1 j.
Lfauprr Healed Proposal.
Notice la hereby (riven that by order of th
Hoard of County (Joromieaionen, neated prepon
ala will lie received by the County Clerk until
November l.'lh. 1S77, for keeDiniand maiatalav
ing, at the County Poor l arm, the pauptra of
niruuuer coumy, iiunoia, irom weoemoer ill.
Hi 7, to December tat, ld7S, a period ol one year.
The county rcacrvel taf tight to rejeet any tad
Ml bid.. " t, J.HVMM.
Cairo, Illi ,8e.f,!T,lJT dtf)
SION OP THE GOLDEN LION. Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
, Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
Tlie Best Extract of Buchu
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines
For Holman's Ague Pad-9
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOF.E.
Chills and Fovor MorUcinos
At Barclays' Drag' Store
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove PolisL
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschco's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, '
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
- 1 L ' 11 - '- - -1 t J !-- 1 .- t. X . JL.. il J J JJ . 1 1 I I
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORV
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOR
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
and Corks for putting up rruit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, - ,. .
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Writing Paper, EnvelopcxPicss and Ink, .
AT MfibtAYS' DRUG STORE.'
Cough Medicines of All Kinds .
AT BARCLAYS DRUG 8TORE.
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper tan Twine
AT BARCLCJ-XnUG STUrtt.
Feather Dusters and Counter trdes ,
AT BARCLAYS' DmUG STORE.'
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Cubber Cloth
AT BARCLAYS' ORUO STORE.
i .. x i.
BUY AUGUST FLOWER
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At BarolaySBraa Dibirb