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' TUESDAY, (Motor 30, W77.
'atUtteWjr h tmmtr
Mrs. C. McLean, Eighth Mreot I
tweca Wtahlngtou anil Vomwcrcla.
areioet, la utUa receipt of an elegant
and. complete stock of Milliuery, and
Finer Go4s ot every kind. Among
otter attlaieja wo may uwntlon tbat the
It MUlpa; See black straw had la all the
latettstjtoattrouHO to SO cents; cle
gant pattern at price lower tlian was
irer oftrad to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velreU In all the new abides at prices to
suit, la tk hosiery for ladles and child
ren line tier stock it not equaled by aoy
other establishment In the city, and the
asks the ladles to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. AIoLetB
will sell her goods of all kinds at cheap,
If not cheaper, than the same kind ol
goods ean be bought elsewhere In this
market. She solicits an examination o
her stock and prices, believing that she is
iprepared topics all whom may fayor
.tier with a call In both. Ladies desiring
to have bate pressed ean have the tame
lone for Irom 25 to 33 cents. -7tf
Mr. Cbarlee Bcnoenmeyer haa received
a Urge lot ot the celebrated Cobden cider,
(apfel weln) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold In this
eity. Familiee desiring it can procure
thia elder in quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, nr In larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
rel ean have their orders filled by netiiylng
Ml. Sehoennwyer at his saloon at Uie
cornet of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also Just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Klealln wine, which Is
tqaal to any Rhine wine. Tide
wine Is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior In the country. And further, he
keepe Moerlelns' beer, the best nude,
and lull line of choice liquors and cl
ears. Call and see Charlie. Be Is al
ways (lad to see his friend i, and will be
found ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
A FEW Of TBC rRICKS 4T
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
JUb AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 N. Orleans " 1 00
f) m HtoCoftee 1 00
JJ tb White Sugar ; 1 00
Boxes Matches. 23
Starch, pet pound 05
Catl Oil. ner nllon 25
A ad all other goods very cheap.
Alto, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
d!. Mustard. Enrllsa Table ftauce
fall and aee ns. 31-6t
AT THE SAME LU STAID.
I "kkkut lsMf" bat MUe
Mr. 8. NfaUon (taires to annou.ice to
tbe eltlMus ol Cairo and the srrround
' :og eountry, that ho has returned from
California, and again casting tits lot In
Cairo, ha opened a new stock ol BOOTS
AND .SHOES at the same old stand, No.
10 Washington avenue, between Eight
and Sloth streets, where, while thanking
' hi old friends lor tnelt put patronage,
- be desire to shake hands with them, and
udd1v them and many new customers
wttn anything they need In his line. Bis
took Is coming right In every day, and
n ttia hait tii market afford. All are
ivlfedtocalL, . - 27-lra
' Mm. Im J. at.
So. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
iilook, oalla the attention of the ladles to
tier lar stock of fall ana winter miuw
try, ot the latest designs, which the Is
-i.iic vaMivlnff from New York and
UO.VDAV, OCTOBER 22,
she will bold her
".ontutulng one week, and wishes all the
ladles to call and examine ner goods,
At her stock Is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
itock to salt the most fastidious,; and she
i will take special orders for anything that
- may not be In stock. Oci4-im
xa Esurattemt Ml-Baeloetltm la
sm . I al
Mrs. narry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well awaro
ot the atrlngwef of money, baa reduced
. rate to U who may wish regnlar board
to sixteen dollars per month or lour dol
lars per week, for day board. In con
nection . with the European Hotel Is a
first ' olast restaurant where oysters,
frame and all other delicacies will be terr
el at all hourt during day or night, (tf)
Ed. Braxton has returned to bis old
stand in the Belter building, where he is
better prepared than ever to secommo
.date bin patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
. he has provided wltb all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Be em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize bun will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
Ten Cm '
Monty by getting your bonding materia
ot Lancaster Kloe, iney are swung mm
. be at tjall prices; a large amount of white
.taaanAevDiess shingles wineoesi wan
nnatantlT on hand. We seU pine shin
gtaiitl.75 per thousand', tawed cedar
potts at at 15 cents each; white pine floor-lnjatSaa.CO-'pV
AooaidaY pbw ,ldln
at $11.09 per thousand. Try your look
trUbtbisflro. ' ...
Mr. Isaac A. Org, ol Charleston, Mo.,
is at the St. Charles.
The city council will meet in rrgulnr
session one week from to-nlgltt.
Tut Worrell Bletert' Burlesque troupe
will visit Cairo on the nlybt of the seventh
Messrs. John J. Grifllii and J. T.
Moore, of Clinton, Ky., were at the at.
IUverleT't Miiutreli will be at the
Athtneum on Friday nlgbt of tblt week.
The troupt In t good ont .
Tut Walker cats will (irobably be
Uktnnp at the conclusion of tbe Qulnlan
cat, low on trial In tbe Circuit court.
-It it laid tbat the woodt In every
direction It unituallr full of sqtiirrele, and
hunttrs have no difficulty In netting all
they want of them.
There will be a special meeting ol
the city council this eyeulng for the pur
pote of opening and considering blila lor
building tide walk i.
The pasMnger train on tbe Mlsiiipi
Central on Sunday morning wn about
twelv hourt lat. The delay was occas
ion'! by tbe train running off tlit track
somewhere near Milan, Tennessee.
What a Druoowts Say. I have
been selling Dr; Bull's cough syrup for
tn years, and it has given better atifao
tlon than any other cough remedy. 1.
O. Schmidt, Aptjlhtwy, Jfaiwtr, '.
Offlcers Cain and Sargent arretted a
man on Saturday night on a warrant
sent to the officers hero from Vienna.
The nature ot the offense committed by
the party arrested could not be ascer
Doctors Are to guard human lile and
bring relief to the sick. So dc Dr.
Bull's baby syrop. It contains nothing in-
urious and It always reliable. To lie
had at all drug atom in our c'ty. I'ricc
f A fight among a lot of colored people
on Twentieth street on Sunday afternoon
created considerable excitement. There
was no less than a dozen men and wo
men engaged in the "racket." Nobody
was seriously Injured.
-It 1 said that ;Hod. Robt. (i. lnenol
was in the city on Sunday mains, and
put up at the Arlington Bouse. Tbe reg
ister at the Arlington shows tbat Robt. M.
Ingemll was at tbat popular eitabllsbment
on Sunday evening, but we failed to find
R. 'G,' Ingenoll's name.
A confidence game was played on a
young man from tbe country on Sunday,
night at aleyee saloon. The "check game'
was plsyed on him to the tune of $90. The
sharper who succeeded in getting the
young man's money had not been arres
ted up to ablate hour last night.
Geo. Warrell, eouductor on the Illi
nois Central railroad, hat followed the
suit ot his worthy father and shaken off
the tics of single cuseedncts. Last week
ht took unto himself a handsome little
wife in the person of one of Centralla's
accomplished young ladies. May the
Ar& be on inr side, and to Geo. we ex
tend our heartfelt "sympathy."
The party tbat will be given this
evening at Kluge't hall, under the au
spices of the D. G. I. A. Club, promises
to be one of the most enjoyable affairs of
the season. The committee, who nave
ehargeof the arrangements, understand
such matters and have spared no pains in
maklnir It all that can bo desired. Those
who hold Invitations should attend, by
About 10 o'clock Sunday night Mr.
Bam Foster, who Is visiting friends in
this city, was suddenly stricken down by
an attack of congestion of the stomach
and was entirely unconscious for several
hourt. Drt. Smith and Dunning being
called remained with the patient all
night, and by the faithful watching and
nursing brought htm out of the spasm
and saved bis life. At last account he was
Improving but was still very weak.
A run-away team on Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue on Suu
day afternoon crcatul quite an excite
ment. The team started near the court
house, and ran down Twentieth to I om
merclal avenue and down the avenue to
Eighth street where they were stopped.
Harry Walker and Homer Vandel were
hi the wagon when the team started, and
although they were thrown out neither
of them was seriously hurt.
Mrs. S. Williamson is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
offering hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, for
33, 40 and CO cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
flowers Is very large and rango from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price tor press
ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
ccnt.i. Mrs. W. invites all inspection of
her ; oods and prices. . tf
Tho contest lor county clerk In litis
county is beginning to excite a great deal
ot Interest among the friends ot the can
didates. 'Figuring on the result" Is in
dulged in freely, aud it the old adage
tbat "figures won't llo" is worth any
thing, then all the candidates will bo
elected lor each candidates friends figure
out the election of their man by a 'large
majority.' But figures, though per
haps truthlul themselves, are sometimes
made to lie. '
On Sunday a young country boy who
had out of bard labor saved something
over $100 and was coming lo this
city on the city of Vlcksburg, found
among her passengers two men who were
anxious to biro him at good
wages to work for them, and
whom he agreed to accompany
to their home. When they came to
Cairo they needed about 200 dollars
to pay some express charges. They had
over $100 In checks that could be cashed
If they coold get to the bank; but it was
Sunday. Their new employe helped
them out by taking one of tbe checks and
giving them $S0. Is it necettary to say
'1 lie police ate frying
to assist tliu boy to Hud bis employers,
but with little hope of sucms.
Having taken clialgeof tbe grocery
cHablieliuiont at thu corner ol Four
teenth street uud Washington avenue,
and put In one of the largest and best
assorted stoeks of luniily groceries ever
exhibited In Cairo, Messrs I'cttis &
Bird are now ready for business, and In
vito tbe attention of tho puMlc to their
bouse. They have glyou spocial atten
tion to the selection of
their good, and having' purchased
for cash are prepared to compete
with utiy other house in the
city on 3unar, collee, syrups,
lm, hauls, bacon, canucd goods, and In
fact everything in tho grocery aud
provision liue. They will always keep
on band choice fresh butter, egs, and
all kinds of country produce. They will
deliver goods In any part ol the city
free of charge and on Miort notice.
Messrs. I'ettls & Bird solicit a sharo ot
the patronago ol our citizens, belicvlnz
that they can give them better bargains
than 3an bo obtained elsewhere. 1 in
The llnet cottage In town. Inquire ol
V Or.OIK.K l'l'IIKIl.
Au IiilvreMlliiK Kvnt.
Mr. N. 1 enton. of New York, who was
In our city for a week past vWtlng Mr.
L. B. Church and family, started homo
by rail yesterday. -Mr. Denton is a very
wealthy gentleman and resides in u beau
tiful home near Geneva, Xew York; la a
very valuable citizen, and manages large
Literests, although he h a mute. Ills
vlbit here was peculiarly pleasant, as he
sides Mr. Church, who understands the
the mute alphabet thoroughly, there are
four or five mutes In Cairo with nil of
whom Mr. Denton held Irce conversation.
On Sabbath last all these silent people as-s-ii.;
. d residence of Mr. Church,
when-, ul'.i-r partaking ot an excellent
dinner they spent several hours in ani
mated conversation. Mr. Church says the
conversation Is carried on by signs much
more rapidly thr.n by ordinary conversa
tion, and that it is wonderful how much
of interest tbat interview confaincu. Mr.
Denton is very well educated, has a wide
experience, and kept tho company de
lighted with anecdotes, etc. It was an
occasiou which those interested in will
always pleasantly remember.
Wuotl WorklUK nnvliluery for Rule
One Flainer and Matcher, ono Heading
plainer, ono Burfacer and one ulgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
21 lm James litu., i llin, ill?1.
On a Lark, and Vt but Cam of It.
Ida Windsor and Mattic Kay, Inmates
of a notorious bagnio on Commercial
avenue and Fifth street, went on a lark
on Saturday night. They did not want
to be known by those whom they might
chance to meet ou the strectB, aud to ren
der themselves secure against recogni
tion they blacked their faces. They went
out and "took in" the greater part of the
town, when near Fourteenth street and
Commercial avenue they eauio across
officers Axlev and O'Mally. The ofllcers
named thought tho action of tho women
yery strange, and they concluded to in
vestlgate. They stopped the in, and rc
movinir their bonnets, tho situation
was taken in at once, and the girls march
ed off to the calaboos Yesterday .Tiulo
RIrd fined them ton dollars anil costs
each, which they paid and were dischar
Titer la Dnnter Alteud.
When those usually active little organs.
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, latty degeneration,
Bright's disease, diabetes, ond other dan
gerous malladles, are the result of neglect
to reinedv this inactivity by medicinal
meaus. When the all important func
tions of the kidneys aro imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible agpnt for that pur
posesince it performs Its ofllce without
exciting them U Hostetter'j Stomach
Bitters, which, In combination Willi its
tonic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
klincys and bladder are strengthened hy
it,;and the vigor which it imparts to them,
and the gentle hut effectual impulse
which it giyes to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their bo
coming diseased. The bitters are invalua
ble In other respects as well as the above,
since they remedy general debility, titer
Ino troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
Itev, rhapllii Meeting-.
Notwithstanding the dense darkness
and the unfavorable condition of the
sidewalks and streets, there was a largo
audience at Turner Hall last night to
hear tho l'cv. Chaplin preach. The
sermon was an excellent ono, nnd tho
congregation was much pleased with
it. Wo understand that to-night Mr.
Chaplin will preach his last sermon In
this city, and go to Padueau on Wednes
day. Thoso who desiro to hear him
must turn out to-night.
Miko lliley, Jim Hardy, Joe Miller and
Jobn Orr, all drunk, were arrested at a lato
hour ou Saturday night by Olllccrs Cain
and Sargeut. Tbey were yesterday taken
before Judge Bird, who noed thorn two
dollars and cost tack. Tbey could not
pay, and were coQicUctilly teut to tbe
cuUbooso fur live days.
In the Circuit court yesterday the
Qulnlan caso was still on trial and had
not yet readied a conclusion at tho ad
journment of court last evening. Tho
Walker seduction caso will probably bo
tbe next caso called.
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au) tiilus lurtliui .-
SJ III! JJMMSHJIIiyj J . I , J.JI. I .
tamo, iLLi.'toi!", Monday Kvikincj, I
tMuliu -X, Ml.
Alter several days of very pleasant
weather, a slow, cold, drizzling rain set
In early this morning, and coutlned
almost without iuterinlsaion up to a late
hour in the evening, when the indications
were tbat It would clear up. Business
since our last report has been less active
than for severel weeks previous, This Is
not unusual, however, It being the last of
the month and parties hold off until after
tho first in order to get the benefit of
another thirty days beiore "pay day"
comcaround again. The rivers have risen
considerably, yet the stage of water to
points above Cairo on cither the Missis
sippi or Ohio is scant and navigation is
The flour market Is unchanged, except
tbat there is a slight falling off in tbe de
mand, consequent upon Its being so near
tho end of the month. However, the
demand is liberal and transactions havo
been lair. Fncesaro steady at quotations.
Receipts are large and stocks accumula
ting The demand for corn Is very
light, and tho supply ou the
market Is sufficient to Kiipply all
demands. Trices arc steady
at quotations There is n fair dc-.
mand for oats lit prices .quoted below.
Receipts are liberal and about euul to
the want3 ot the market liny Is
very dull, and sales arc very few. The
supply on the market is fair ami fully
equal to the demand. Trices nro about
as last quoted Tho supply
of city meal is about equal to the demand.
Trices are steady at $2 35&2 40 for city
and $2 20&2 25 for country Hran is
In light supply and active demand at $13.
RccelntH ot potatoes since our last
report have been large and the stock on
the market Is good. Trices are a shade
lower Choice apples are in good
supply and fair demand, and steady ot
$:a;2 25. Common apples are plenty and
dull at $1 C0&2 Toultry Is plenty
and dull. Trices arc unchanged
Choice butter U scarce and lu demand.
Common and low grade is plenty and
dull There are but few egs on the
market. The demand h socd.
Veirotablcs of nil kinds are plenty
and prices low. Cabbage is rolling all
the way from fi to $0, according to
Hates by river to New Urlcaus arc lTJo
per 100 on hay, aud 35c per dry bbl.
Way rates are grain, 22c-, Hour, uijc;
jgy-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices hero given arc only lor
sales from first bauds in round lots. In
Ailing orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
The market is unchanged. Trices are
steady at quotations, ihe demand is
fair and transactions liberal. Receipts
arc largo and stocks accumulating,
Sales reported wero
100 bbls. Cholcfl Family.,.$ 0 75
XXX , 00
XXX 5 75
on orders 1 50(5,7 00
on orders 5 2 7 25
on orders o mJ w
There is no demand for corn, and the
stock on hand in sufUcicnt lor all wants
of tho market. There is no change in
p-ices. H'c note sales of 200 sacks white,
ileceiuts of oats aro lair and the supply
ou the.market about equal to the de
mand. Prices aro steady at quotations.
Hales reported were: 0 cars mixed, In
bulk, 20c; 3 cars do., in bulk, 20c; 2 cars
mixed, in bulk, 20c; 1 car black seed oats,
lu bulk, 31c; 1,000 sacks mixed, 31c; 250
sacks choice black seed oats, 34c; 2 cars
bulk, mixed, 2Cc; 1 car choice northern,
in bulk, 27c.
There is a lilieral supply ol buy on tho
market and receipts are fair. The de
mand however, is very light and thero is
but littlo doing. Prices are steady at
quotations. Wo note sales of 2 ears
choico timothy, $11 CO; 2 cais choice
Tho supply and demand arc about
equal. Prices are unchanged. Sales re
ported were CO bbls. country, green, on
orders, $2 3Q; 200 bbls. city, $2 33I&2 -10.
Bran Is In light supply and good des
mand at $13. Several round lots were
soldjat that price.
Hecclpts arc good and tho supply on
tho market good. Prices arc a shado
lower. V o note sales ol 50 bbls. peach
blows, $1 85(1 oo.
Apples are in good supply aud fair Uc
m ind. Choice are ready sale. Sales rc-
potted were 50 bbls. Homan Beauties and
Ben Davis, f 2 23; 50 bbls. common, $1 75
Cabbage is plenty and dull at $i,G,
according to quality. Other vegetables
arc abundant and dull salo.
Receipts of chickens havo been large
and there Is an overstock ou tho market.
The demand Is very light. Trices are
ttuady at quotations. Kales noted were
10 coons young chickens, $1 75rij2:
coopt choice old hens, $2 50; 2 coops
good young chickens, i.
Choico butter Is scarce aud lu demand
Common and low grades nro pleuty
and dull. Sales reported were 15 tubs
Central Illinois, 1822c; 10 pails Southern
Illinois, 1018c; 10 pkgs. choico Wlscou
tin, 25c; 4 pkgs. choico northern, 20u.
Receipts aro light and the stock ou the
market small. Tho demand Is good
Prices are steady at quotations, Sales
wore 200 dozen, 15c; 325 dozou 1515jc
Sales were 1,700 lbs. dry salt pork
strips, P J c; 5 packages, S. C. C. hams,
12J5;1?C. ; , ,
, LAUD. '
gales ere 3 licrcct rcliutd kettle ren.
Sales were 2 bbls., 25c per gallon.
srr.VAi. BrarrcB report.
STATION. LOW WATIB. ttli OT Fal
FT. Mi IT. Uf.
PUwburf a S 8
(Jiucinuli... t 4 1
Utuiavm 3 41
Kvnvllle a J 0 0
Cairo - t ft X
81. 1'ml 2 4 0 0
I'innoit.... 8 O t I)
Krokuk.... 7 0 XI 4
Ht. Ixiiui... 1-J 8 X 4
Hurgcam Signal Hfrvice. V. 3, A.
The Future City got away lit evening
fur New Orloans.
ThcIIillman brought out a very good
trip from Taducah.
Tho boats due to-day aro Dora ('abler
for Evansvilie, Hlllman lor Padticah,
City of Chester for Memphis, and II. C.
Yaeger for Kew Orleans.
The Stc. Genevieve yesterday brought
350 bales cotton for rcsblpment and 8
cords l ist timber for Chicago, and has
fair trip to St. Louis.
The City of Helena on yunday brought
250 bales cotton for the East.
Tho Relic Memphis and City of Vlcks
burg had very good trips for the South.
The little A. L, L., No. 1, is bringing
light tows ol coal from tho St. Ber
nard Mines to tills port to he loaded into
heavier barges hero.
The Grand Lake took the Future City's
tow to St. Louis, and the Future City re
turned to New Orleans last evoning with
3 barges of freight and a full cargo.
Tbe Evansyille packets brought out
light trips on Sunday, but did a good
A heavy rain fell during the greater
part of yesterday and in the morning it
was accompanied with thunder, which is
a sure sign that cool weather will follow
Tho steamer Glencoe from St. Louis
to New Orleans suuk beiow Vlcksburg
some time during Sunday, and the T. F.
Kckert la going to her assistance. The
Glencoe was no doubt deeply laddtn
with produce, cottou, etc.
The St. Louis Republican says: Capt
Juo. II. llowen, lor a number of years
connected with the (io6e-De'o-nMntho
capacity of river editor, has resigned to
engage In other pursuits. His withdraws
al will be much regretted by river men,
with whom lie Is very popular.
This news will be received with sur
priso and regret by many people to
whom Boweu's writings have been iamU
liar for years.
State ef lllinoli, Ceumy of Alexander.
Circuit Ceun of Aiaiaadtr Coumy, January
Term, A. 0. 1ST?.
Genre Wtui vt. Mary Nolle, Anna Nnlle, liU
ioTta ant Amitine Xalie till to lortclost
niarigme ia chancery.
Alhrtavit of iKe non-rtiduce of Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine Nolle, the de
fendants above named, havine been tiled in tbe
oHice of the Clerk of (aid Circuit Court of Aiezan -
der County, nntice 11 bereby given to tbe laid tea
reident defendants, that tlie complainant Sled hit
lill if complaint in Said Court on the Chancery
tide then-ef on the frith day of October, A. U.
1x77, and that a iuminons thereupon iuuedoutof
taid Court againat said defendants, returnable on
the firm Monday of January, A. O I ST S, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, tit said
Mary Nolte, Auna Nolle, Ida Nolte and Araitiae
S'blie ahalt nersonally be anil auuear before the said
Circuit court of Alexander County, sn the first day
f the next lerm thereof, t he holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, in aaitl county, on the
rt Monday or January, A D. ISiM, at.d pleatt,
nnswi r or demur to the said complainant s bill 01
complaint, the Bame, and the matters therein
turret! ana Btaieo, win oe laKeaai comeuco, ana
i decree entered avainst you according to iue
foyer oftaid bill.
juii n. rrjr. c, i lerK,
(iFOR'.t Fl-Hltn, CuiupUiuani Sdicitor,
OiloUi2J, Js77. l-N'uv 1. 4w)
TRUSTEE 8' SALE.
VnKR, Sarah K Glnasraan, of Ale iandei
ount v. state ol Illinois, by oeed ol trual. made,
exeouwd and acknowledifed an the 2nd day f
Augtiat, A. u. ana recoraea in tneotuee ol
rer.orderot deeda or laid couniy in book "IJ"
ol trual deeds on i.agel, did g-raol, bargain,
cell, and convey, uaito the underpinned b. F.
Drown anil M-rtln llrovn. tmsteca. the lots or
pwjellf ot land hereinafter described to secure
the payment of oue nromliKor) note, of e,en
late with eaii deed or truat, for the aum ol one
hundred and tbirly (lollnri and fllty centi, pay
able to tbe eatd B. i". llrown and Martin
lirown six month after tbe date tberuor, with
terest at the rate ol ten per centam per annum
I'rom date until paid. And whereas, Ibere is
now due and unpaid on said promissory nete
the suiuotiixty-two dollars ami ten cents, he-
ig tbe aKtrrejrateef the unpaid princlpul and
Interest up to this date.
Not. llierciore, ueistttr nsring oeeu niaue
in the payment oUal'i promlsanry note and in
trreut thereon Hocurdinir te the conditions and
tiiiulntiunaol'said deed of trust, publio notice
IS, iiieriiore, lienor given ujbi m i,uDimuuo
theprovlsioiisotssia aeeuotirusi, annoy vir-
tin, or tne auiHoriiv irntnien u inrreiu, w.
shall, on Monday, the Kltli day of November,
A, I). 177, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in. of
said dny, end at the front door of the court
house In the city of Cairo, county of AKxauder
it siain nf Illinois, sell at nnblio vendue to
thehighest bidder foreaeh Inhsnd.tbopremleos
described in said deed of trust as "lots number
eight (-), nine (0) and ten (l(') in block, number
ono (I) in thsold original town of Thebes, Al
exander county, Illinois," together with all
riirht and miii tv or redemption or ner, ins sain
Sarah K. irlamman, her heirs, executors, ad'
miuistrators or naaigna,
Jt. r . niiuw,,
Ovifoberi 3, 1mT7. J'ov. 1, 1 w
l'ti bile Kotlcc U horobv irlvon tliat by Vir
tue of tbo power given me In two deodi ol
truw. txecutca, BCKnowicagcu anu uuuv
rred by John Devine to tho undcrslgnoil.
lUlgll Ullllautn, tut) orft uaiea jisy isi,
is- rriven to HBoure the navmont ol I
nrornisAory note of ttid John Devine, of
even date therewith, for the num of two
hundred and twolvo uollare, payablo six
months after date, nnd recorded In tbo re
eordet'i ofllce of Alcxandor county, in
book t, at ptigo Wi and the second dated
nuns f .nnthor note of laid John Dovlnp,
of eten date tliorewltli, for tbe turn ol two
hundred dollars, payable one day afterdate,
with Interest at ten per cent, per annum
from date, end recorded in tbe said record
er't office, In book 6, tt page and upon
which saiu notet mere u now oue ins sum
of aii0.43,I will, on the. Kth day ot Novem
ber, 1S77, at tbe bour of 11 o'clock a. ra. of
said day , at the front door ol tbe court-house
in tbe elty of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ot Illinois, tell at publio auotton,
to the highest blddorfor cash, the following
deaorlbed lot ot ground, being the same
described In and convoyed by each of said
deeds of trust, to-wlt! Lot twenty-throe
m and tweniy-foiir (84). in block nity-two
hi), in the mid city ot Cairo, oounty of
Alexander and tute or Illinois, togother
wltb all the rigt and equity of redemption
of the said John Devine in and to said
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and immediate possession of the
nreiulies. Dated October 29th. 187?.
v HUGH O LLAI1AN. Truttet.
BANi'Ei. I. WniBLiB, Atty tor Trustee.
t weekly 6t
In Youttii,' Hoy
but bcuuii i
kttflU. u ll UHllAllv rinnft hv Alnthittra vhn An tint
era , and thodd? ohm drlvtt tbem wy : SatUnmUi
navt dealt with u
the past buy of u to-day when thry dealrea food
and atylnB-Kwiuine gooua, no ecnn-bouiat at
boy your iujly ot
diamine ir'.ticallv what iaaliovrn you, and beware
and above all i'e that yon art trettinj
' and Childrcu's tlothiog an kept in Cairo ealy by at. W taakt lai M'Hlia .
of iMlog gain-arad. Dora' armeati coll lo ratlilr within a taMU rnettoe M
urenta in variably diabcliav tbla bet and to aacetaalull daaal taaMWMf.
W we waw mw VM MVa WW -W VVMtl tMS W 1 i M
I Have Opened an Entire New Stock of v .'. -MEDICINES,
7. CHEMICALS, STATXOISS&Y
And Toilot aAxtiolc3 i
To Which I Call the Attention of the Fubliev '"'-J-L . V '
191 will make tbe accurate compounding of physicians prescription a ape
! 1UI. M - ' HT!!-SHe SSBflW
IF & sn JL
They are made ol the beat" VfAMSCTT A" MUSLHI.
lissome are three ply and mad of the beat lines, each ply ttlif fuaraateed tt fct all
Tliey are made oni ut capable and experienced bands, and art carefully It
are unsurpassed by any other in workmanahtp.
They are guaranteed to lit and ffiT eatltiacilon In every particular.
Try Them and be Convinced! ,
FOR SALE ONLY BY '
deaxeb ix '
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Oarpeta, Eto.
124 COMMEIICIAIj AVJEJffUEs-.
COME AND bEE ME
1 am now oflorlnj; my entire
for Ilia Nest Thirty Dnya
A a I intend lo quit the Iiwmmj,
rARTIES IV SKARCI1 OF BAR
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
Cor. Cili Street and Ohio Leyce.
V. Iloisssr Sen,
Auctioneers and Dealers in '
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerce Aye.
And Dealer In
K: 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC.Ar.attentioi given tejaslgaeMiits aal
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, lilt.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Latt of the It Oharlaa.
RATES: $2,00 PER PA'
ft (nl .
mmm th tnlh that mm!
and SbodiiM, baalymtd. at oa htjtk ant tf
article at a tew pile. ' Oar ttoek it tit freak
low yrleea, to be told terai)y, Wkea Iti
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al any pri-e,
of Kaney Trtnaud tenato
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