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tMAmfi'8ily Bill and
QWilott, f Vrfit7 Between
Cktft uoner' and den. Grant,"
! TBI AkMY AlTKOritliTION.' '
vrMHraGro, d. (J.; Xov. lojsrr. -
The IIoum discussed tha eruiy appro
pntlon bill yesterday with cousiderablo
arntoes, but with great good humor.
Opinion yarkd Jty(wja jlftjr and filtcea
thousand at tiit properniuiiber of troops.
One gentleman wnt bo lar ae to say we
should hare troopslcnough toaot aa a na
tional police force This discussion will
not directly affect the number of troops,
as it U merely on an appropriation for a
year now nearly liall gone, but it goes
to snow that the llouse fi properly sensi
ble -of the dangers of a largo standing
army. "Whenever general legislation is
bad on the jubjoct probably in Decem
ber we may expoet to have an army 01
tweuty thousand men authorized. '
ii-rUK SILVER Bill' ' ' '
which passed (he house on Monday, cx
cites great, interest in the senate. The
probabilities now are ".that It' will pass
that body. O& g&ing to M?. Hayes it
mill. awtrrtina't Kanarnr Mnrrlll hnn
toed. These two senators nave interview
ed Mr. Hayes on the subject, and think
tbey know, what he will do.'
in ornER rxcitixo subject
in the Bouse Is that of repealing so much
of the resumption act as Axes a date for
resumption.: This is still under discus
sion, and no definite klea--ui -be formed
of thotlme when KwiU finally be voted
on or ot the late ot the trill, i It may be
safely said, however, that' Ilayes will
veto any bill which leaves the dato of re
sumption nncertatn. ... . . -1
knew there would to-troublo when
in an interview with a newspaper man in
Scotland, stated, that Charles Sumner,
besides not attending to his actual duties
as chairman i of the Foreign Aft'nirCom
mltteeln" Jhe Senate, was also an un.
truthful man. ViSucSh a chargo coula
hardly pats withcW-eausIng discussion
among "men of "Tlieliighest ' possible
standing. b ; , , '"V, .
, WBJTDELi rtaltLIPFS
cam to the rescue, ot Mr. Sumner, and
Hamilton Fish rtplled to Mr. riilllips in
a manner which- ought to have driven
Mr. TUmps fcufiioltbe field. Mr.
Phillip mdlsefcetly returns, however,
and last night repeated in Boston some
ot bhlfotincrstatementa.' As Mr. Fish
has both the papers and probability on
his aideVwe may consider the controver
sy, so far as Mr. Phillips Is concerned,
as closed. Bat be had only touched
questions remotely connected with the
main charge that oj untruthfulness on
a particular ocaulou. There are
who caVdettnltely decide that point,
George William Curtis and John W.
Forney. The first was an officious and
sen-appointed ambassador from Sumner
to trrant, ana pie other war present at
the luteryie'between Grant and Sum.
ner when the conversation . occurred
which gave rise to Grant's charges. A
lull statement irom both these gentlemen
w5Uld be received with interest by all,
and would (by drawing out collateral
facU from others, explain many thlnsrs
not now understood In . the Llstory of
Grant's two administrations.
The fact that
wu not annihilated on tho Cth, but was
left With possibilities of continued exist
ence lasomOiOf Its parts, has restored
the waning courage of many who, ele
vated to position when the , party was
powerful, bad been looking lor oppor
tunlttes to' prganize a petf party. A
little reflection! will dispel all hopeful
ness wfilch bmr no tetter foundation than
this. Of the 38 states the Democracy
baa control ot J4,;wKh a certainty
of gaining.,, others.' and i .cer
tainty of loejjut none now in Its posses
sioil' zuose.pQHUclans to whom party
is nothing soihatthey can remain in op
position to Democratic doctrines, may
commence the reconstruction of the lie
publican party at once. They can not
hope for national success while.
STI4DI1Y wawa cbockd ., ''-.'
in nearly, pvery' dilution and gaintny
none in any." It ft time that new leaders
and a party with a new name should
commence the never ending fight against
ine parry 01 uu people. . The Republican
party has already maintained its' organiz
ation larger than any of Its predecessors,
and longer than the peoplb were willing
It should. r""1 ' " 'BE.vrdy. "
' . GENERA! XGTJbS. .V..
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Vwmjkkm, tali' kxtiu aseioit a xisw
COKSTITVTIOSAL ' AMENDMENT 0U8
UBAIN TRADE MISSISSIPPI RIVER 131,
PROTEMEST-A HKAVY PAlI.URB-.lv.
DlaXA'l EW. RESATOR-TH Sl'kllia-
pirxd aomxa Mats democratic
ASCKRDENCY ttLWWS SXATI GUARDS
CESKRAL KEWt ITS1M,
1 EMOTE OP THE, EXTRA SKS8I0X. "...
Cincinnati Cmiuntrxial apodal, 7: The
members who want to make a show of
dlsptaltlon to shorten this extra session
r Kuiea upon toe zxm insUnt as the
daVHDOn Which the mn avumM I
action. OeneraUy, however, tne laea
-iu w vc ih we session wm continue
... , epoowf of the regular
'wwMDer o. .'mere is now no
.J? .'"R?1 ? & nMnatng this ses
i"!6 the regular session mar
A JU i5,uUoa introduced n the
wuseoa the tU by Mr. Huckner. of
UmKtu ryeas the adoption ot a new
cfltMUtuU. .'i-wndment, u foliowi-
ATp 17-An 01 tbal part o. Z i if,
teenti 4jrr4nent to the Constitution ot
Urn Cftcd tMalet Wbkh provides that
tbe rlg rt ciUaa&t oth United Bute,
to votesdaU not be denied or abridgeu
by tho United States or by any stale on
account 01 race, color or previous condi
tion," snail only apply or extend to. com
prchond or Include persons who, were
ciuzcus 01 uio l imca states on mo win
day of March, 1S70, when Bald amend
mcnt was adopted, and their issue.
KADS' RlVtR IMPROVEMENT TUKOUY.
Memphis Anneal, lOili: Captain Kads
In some ol - Ills lato address, 1ms ex
plained how the jetty system, that has
proved so succc8iQt at tho mouth ol tho
river, would do equally so In tnc coiuso
of the river lUclt. Tho Mlx.iissippi river
carries a lnnrc amount ot sediment, The
UinounU curled; at any jKil.it Ue-
iuiiii upon uio cumin lucre. ji me cur
rent, Is brisk, a large amount of sediment
Is held In suspension; if slow, there Is a
deposit of sediment that had been taken
up where tho current was svii'er.T The
rclativo rapidity of tho Himun ilepends
upon tho comparative width of t ho rivor.
W hero . the river is narrow-, ns a
ride, tho stream will be swiitcr;
where wider, slower, where very
wide, much slower, rutting rocky
places outol tho question, where the cur
rent Is swilt it will clear out a compar
atively deep channel; where wide, ado
posit ot somo portion ot tho suspended
matter will can so tho channel to shoal.
If an avenge width was deeided upon at
which It is desirable the river should re
main, by placing at the margins of the
wide spots willow mattresses, sueh as
constitute the jetties, the flow ot wacr
would be confined within the required
space, and tho current would become
quicker, as tho whole body of water
would pass tlirocgh a narrower cuunncl.
This narrowing would bring up what had
oecn a siuggum now to an average one.
xno water would then carrv an average
amount of sediment, and the chan
nel would ;t worn - down to an
average djptli. The wholo of tho
system Is regulate tho width of
the stream, that will regulate its
speed, and the speed will regulato the
amount of matter held in suspension.
Where that amount is fairly rceulatcd
there will be no depositing ol soil at tho
wide parts oi tne cnannei, consequently
no formation of shoals. Experiment has
already proved that, when the river
passes on two sides of an Island, and is
mallow in every part, by stopping the
flow on one side, the whole amount of
water being sent along the other will
necessarily run swifter. This Increase
of speed In tbo current will cut away the I
dm and leave a navurabie channel.
These views of Cant. Eatls are awaken
ing much Interest, and may result In
bringing about that improvement in
river navigation mat so deeply concerns
tne interest anu prosperity ol aiempnls.
And all tho cities ot the Mississippi
Valley for that matter.
A HEAVY PAIU'RE.
A heavy failure in Vermont Is an
nounced. The house of Rufus Heaton,
aa extensive merchant at Rouses' Point,
nas gone under tor $'.K)u,uuu, with assets
stated at $100,000. A short time ago the
Government was on the point of eeizine
tne nouse on tne Dcnci mat it contained
smuggled goods, but before it could be
accomplished the house took lira and
burned to tbe ground, and the evidences
or irregularity were wiped out. Ueaton
ha8gonc to t nnnda to escape prosecu
tlon. ' t
DAS VO0RIIEES, INDIANA 8 NEW C.VITED
Daniel Voorhees U a native of Ohio.
oorn in uuuer couniy in September jszi .
ins parents seuiea in fountain count v.
Indiana, about ten miles from the town of
Covington. Here he lived his early years
a farmer's boy. and at the ace of eighteen
entered Asbury College at Greencastle,
wnere ne was graauateu with Honor In
1849. He studied law in Crwtordsyllle,
and began practice there in 18."2. It will
thus be seen that Mr. oorhces is emi
nently a "ilooeler" production in early
oouege euucation, anu in tue later one of
law, anu ic is in staio practice and In
State politics that ho has made his
reputation. At ;the age of 26 he was
commissioned prosecuting attorney by
Governor Wright, and three years
later, In 1S37, was a candidate for
congress, and was defeated by James
Wilson. In 18o7 he moved to Terra
Haute, where he has since made his
homo.- in lSoU he was employed by Gov.
WUIord to defend Cook, one ot the John
Brown raiders; and gained considerable
reputation by nis brilliant oratory. In
ISM be was elected to confirms from that
district, elected again in 18C2 and defeated
in 1801 for a contested seat by II. D.
Washburne. In 18CS he was airaln sent
to congress, reelected In 1870 and again
defeated in 1872, this time by Morton C.
iiumcr. no wag a canuiuato lor the
senato In 1876-70, but gave way to.lo?epli
n. ticuonaiu neiorc tuc noiuiuaiion was
THE SPRINUPUSLD, (itLS.,) ROLLING MILLS,
Stal$ Journal, lOlhr The Rolling Mill,
Which forma snnh an linnnrfant nC.mn.it
I n (. v. via, i v t-11. U .1. 1 1 .
iu oprragueiu rauusines, during the past
month turned out 3.160 tons of rails,
mostly tldrty pounds to the yard. Theso
ur luc new nrinenunr nrnnpfla. 'ritia la
the largest quantity ever turned out by
this nronpsa In s Kino-In mnnlh in fi.i-
mill or probably in theState. About a
vcur ngo, it m htjo, ine miu turnea out
3.330 tons, in a Klnrtn mnnth i.nt hole
were of the first heating, while, as stated,
usi niuuui s rans wero maue by tne re
heating process. The prospects of the
mill for large amount oi work are flatter
ing, and especially to slnoo tbe rebuild-
uK ui ui re-iKBimg lurnace. The mill
Is believed to bo doing a larger business
than any other in the country.
State llrniater. Dili. In a,l nf tlm
beresy ot secession, and the equally
wicked theory ot centralization, the one
btiB!? thn rlcht hanil tilliltiiy m,1 h.
other tlie left band detection, the true
Kiurj miu pcaoc oi tne nation rests in tho
IAIUll llnl A At I
i7i fttuiu union oi uj sovereign states.
Of these states the Demowats have now
ho governors ot Alabama, Arkansas,
California, Gonneotiout, Delaware, Flor
ida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louis-
whs, iimijriiiiia, Mississippi, Missouri,
IStw JnriVa Naht Vnv Vwl. '
Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tcnucsi
wcv, ica, inimiunu vest virgina
twenty-threo states of tho thirty -eight-seven
ot whlob, cxolusivo ol Delaware,
fren,ort!,cra 8ltM' ' Te Democracy
bold the house of representatives. The
day ot absolute Democratic ascendancy is
not lar distant. - -
llTIl lEOIMEKTL S. 0.
,,.Vn,1' f?w Yw iltB niuient of
nimum auonai uuara will asa?mble at
Mt. Vernon for , regimental -'drill, by
order -of 'Gen. , I'avey. The Jkllevllle
purds,Nashylll8 Guards.Choster Guards.
Ilnlnn IVllinrvr.nar.1a Mln .1..
Shawnee Guards, and companies from
umey, i am Mcixausboro and Fair,
fleldwlll be present, as well as the Mt.
criion and Jefferson Guards.
1 ILLINOIS VKVt NOTES,!
-The Murphy movement is rife In Lo-
gan county. .
"'I'll linw tTnlvaraalli.f !.,...
dedicated In Sheridan on the 4th.
ine miners 01 llrald wood havn gone
to work BiraJn 'ajl,,. .,.1 1
lasted seven months.
r-1 ba p airfield woolen mills are now
eiRklni 3,000 yards of prison stripes lor
theliilnols ptnltontlary. . 1
vongrestman Townsend has pro
cured the ro wtabllsluuent ol tho old mall
route between Albion and Gray ville.
Citizens of Morgan county have sign
ed a petition asking Gov. Cullom to a p.
point Aims Ida N. wood a notary puoua
On the Oth. Alois Buehanuu.of High
laud, an Insane man, Just hack from the
asylum, killed with a club his thirteen
year old son, believing It ills mission to
do the act.
Herman Meyer and Kmest Uliuin, of
rcona, were wreatcd on tue i tu, cnargcu
with committing a rape on a young slrl
named Mary alker, and lodged in jail.
i ne complaint H made by tue gin s step,
lather. , .
ture has tixed the time for holding tho
llOTf Krnt Vfilrnf Prnnnnrt:. nninmotioliio
Monday.Scpteniber 10th, and continuing
The Secretary of the Stale has Issued
cei tmoates ot incorporation to the Cen
tral Hall company, ol Chicago, capital
iou.uuu: to t ue t ornian sstavo and Head
lug company, ol Forninn. Johnson coiiiv
ty, capital $0,000; and to the Jersey ville
Coroner Heudrlx.of McLean omintv.
has issued a circular to Die police ol all
cities and towns, aud sherirl's. s-ivinc tho
description oi a tramp who is supposed to
have murdered Albei t Anglen, ef Brown's
Crcek, W. V:i.. at Towanda, In that
county, i ne murderer is now supposed
111., with Anglen, and Who answers the
description of the man who was seen at
Jowauua with Anirlen. even to sear on
ins lace, a party or liiooralny ton hunt
era say that tney saw a roan answering
Muskys description at Burr Oak, in
Ford county. Gov. Cullom has offered
a reward of $200 for Klusky.
ANOTHER ELECTRICAL INVENTION, ST1I.L
MORE WONDERFUL TnAN THE TELE
I'UOXr, TFIE TONES OK THE HUMAN
VOICE TO BK REPRODITED VEAIIS AFTER
The Sfkntifit American oi this week
contains the first announcement of what
maybe the mo.t wonderful invention of
Nothing could he more inereditable
than the likelihood of once more hearing
the voice ot the dead, vef the invention ol
the Instrument Is said to render this possl
Lit) hereafter. It Is true that the voices
are stilled, but whoever has spoken or
whoever may speak into the mouthpiece
of the phonograph, and whose words are
recorded Dy It, has the assurance that his
speech may be reproduced audibly In his
own tones long after he himself has turn
ed to dust. A strip ol Indented paper
travels through n little machine, the
sounds of the latter are magnified, and
posterity centuries hence bear us as
plainly as It we were present. Speech
has become, as it were, immortal. The
Scientific American says.
The possibilities of the future are not
much more wonderful than those ot the
present. The orator in Boston speaks,
the indented strip of paper is the tangi
ble result; but this travels under a se
cond machine which may connect with
the telephone. Not only is the speaker
heard now in San Francisco lor example,
but by passing tbe strip again under the
reproducer he may be heard to-morrow,
or next year, or next century. His
speech In the lirst instance is recorded
and transmitted simultaneously, and in
definite repetition is possible.
The new Invention Is purely mechanic
al no electricity Is involved. It is a
Blmple aflalr of vibrating plates, thrown
Into vibration bv the humnn vni It
Is crude yet, but the principle has been
iuuiiu, anu inoaincauons and improve
ments are only a matter of time. So also
are its possibilities other than- those
already noted. Will letter-writing be
a proceeding oi the past? Why not,
if by simply talking Into a
mouthpiece our speech Is reported on pa
per, and our correspondent can by the
same paper hear us speak? Are we to
have a new kind of book? There is no
reason why the orations ol our modern
Clceros should not be recorded and de
tarhably bound, so that we can run the
Indented slips through the machine, and
In the auiet ot our own nntrtraonti iicnn
again, and as often as wo will, to the elo-
onnnf. d'nrilfl. Mnr urn iu metrintaA m
spoken words. Music may be crystal-
ieu wt wi'u. imagine an opera or an
oration, sunsr bv tlm PTPflfool IS inn vn.
colists, thus recorded, and capable ot be-
ink rrpinicii us we uesirc.
A description of the phonograph is con
tained in tho following letter:
To the Editor ok The Scientific Amer
ican: In your journal of Nov. a. mure
273, you made the announcement that
Dr. llosapclly and i'rof. Marey have suc
ceeded In graphically recording the
movements of the lips, ol the veil of the
palate, and the vibrations of the larynx,
aud you prophesy that this, among other
important results, may lead possibly to
the application ot electricity lor the pur
poso ot transferring these records to dis
tant points by wire.
Was this Dronhfwv in lutnitinn? v.i
only has It been fulfilled to the letter.
I.,.- ..Ill - -.. , i . . . .
uub ami iuuio umrri'iuus resuiu acnioved
S Mr, Thomas A. Edison, the renown
lectrlclan of New Jersey, who has
kindly permitted me not only to make
mikll. kA T... ........
imuuu iuu mui, um uie mouus operandi.
Mr. Kdison. in tlm PAllMH tf m carina nf
. , waiv, vr m VI
extended experiments In the production
of bis speaking telephone, lately per-
ivkwu, vuuucivcu iuu ingiiiy doiu and
original idea of recording the human
voice on a piece of paper irom which at
any subsequent time it might bo autom
atically redelivered with all tho vocal
characteristics of the original speaker
accurately rmrodiirml. a annnnh .ln
Urered into the mouthpiece ot this ap
params may niry years bence long alter
the original sneakAr ! l,.o,1K .
duoed audibly to an audlenco with suffl
cicnt fidelity to make tho voice rccojrs
nizanie by tnoso who were familiar with
the or Iflnnl. i, vnt. tlm nn...!,,. i.
crude, but is characterized by that won
derful simplicity which seems to be
mil, ui an great inventions
Or discovering. Th nrlnnlnl,,. -
lollowsi There Is, first, a speaking-tube
yiuvmeu wmi a mouinpieco, at tne base
of which is a metallic diaphragm which
responds powerfully to tho vibrations of
tho voice. In the centre of the diapb.
ragm is secured a small, chiscl-shapped
point. Below this point is a drum re
volved liv olOAk-wnrlr anI ....n. ,A
carry lorward a continuous tlilct of paper,
7 J h" . Duiiua iv
...iuS uiiuuuoui iis lengm and exact
ly in the Ceiltrn A ml coil V' ahn..j
such as would bo made by passlun a fillet
it h Uirouu "orse register
-ri , , . "onsiantiy depressed.
The chlsel-polnt attached to the diaph
ragm rests upon the sharp e;lge of tbe
raised boss. If now the paper lie drawn
rapidly along, all the movements of tbe
diaphragm will be recorded by the In-
- miu vna uu-
lleate boss It, having no support under-
; jui, is very easily muenteu; to do this,
little or no power fa required to operate
the Chisel. Tha tnnna n amall
tudo will be recorded by slight Indents
iiuiib, anu uiose 01 iuu amplitude by
deon ones. ThliAllntnt iuiu. !...
ceives t record nf th ni ikn...
air waves irom the movement of the dla-
i-iir-x iu, anu ii ii can ne made to contri
bute tbe same notion to a second dlaph
rsgm, we shall not only see that we have
a record ol the words, but shall have
them rcspoken; and if that second dlaph
ragm be that of the transmitter oft
speaking telcgiione, we shall have tha
still more marvelous performance of
having them respoken aud transmitted
by wire at the same time to a distant
The reproductor is very similar to Ins
denting apparatus except that a more
delleato diapliragm is used. Tbe repro
ductorhas attached to Its diaphragm a
thread which in turn Is attached to a hair
splng, upon tho end of which is a V
shaped poiut resting upon the Indenta
tions of the boss. The passage ot tbe
Indented boss underneath this point
causes it to ilse and fall with precision,
thus contlbuting to the diaphragm the
motion of the original one, and thereby
rendering the original words again
audible. Of course Mr. Edison, at this
stage ot the invention finds some diffi
culty in reproducing the finer articula
tions, but he is quite justified by results
obtained from his first crude efforts, in
his prediction that ho will have the ap
paratus In practical operation within a
year. He has already applied the prin
ciple of bis speaklng;telephone, thereby
causing an electro magnet to operate tbe
indenting dlaphrapm, and will undouhf
edly be able to transmit speech, made
upon the floor of the senate,
from Washington to New York, record
the same automatically iu New York,
and by means ot speaking telephones
redeliver It in tho editorial ol every
newspaper In New York. In view ol
the practical inventions already contri
buted by Mr. Edison, Is there any nnt
who Is prepared to gainsay tli predic
tion? 1, for one.sm satisfied that it will be
itiiniied, ana mat, too, at any eany date,
Edward 11. Johnson, Electrician.
Stale of Illinoin, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Aleiumler Lkuinti.. .Innuirv
Term, A. D. lKTu.
Ueorge Hciss vn. Mary Nolle, Anna Rolte, Ma
noiia anu jtrniine .volte Hill t l,,i-c:ise
lurt(age in chincery.
Affidavit of tho non-midanre of Itarv Nolle.
Anna Nolte. Ida Nolte and Arnttine K,t!tt. 1)10 ilr-
frmlanu above named, bavin? Lavn filc.l in the
oftice oftlie Clerk of laid Ciruiit Court of AleXan
der t ounty, notice it hereby given to tile laid non
resident defendant", tllat the complainant tiled hi
bill af cointitaint In Haul Cou.t on the Chancery
iila thereof on the Jllh day of October, A. 1.
177, and that a (amnion thereupon iuued out of
i:dil Court againot said defendants, returnable on
the firkt Monday of January, A. It. IKS, ax ii by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, the said
mary none, Anna ziotip, jua nolle anil Arnitine
Nolte shall personal It be ami atiuear before the sai.l
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the firit day
of the next Term thereof, to be hoklen at the Court
house in the city at Cairo, III said county, on the
(irst Monday of January, A. 1). ik:. a,.d olearl.
nirw ri.r demur to the aii complainant's bill of
'iij.ini, .ne ndinc, .uu imv uiaiieri inercin
chargeil and ttated, will ba ukeu as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
MIll.N A. Kr.KVE, Clerk,
CKORi.l Ffutl, Comslainait .Hchciior,
Octobers, lfT7. vNov. 1. 4w)
Notice is hereby piven that bv virtue of a certain
alr moneage, dated tbe twenty-eMuh day of lie.
leinlier, A. 1). 1!74, executed by Jacob U. I.yoch
anu Mary A. i.yncu, nil wue, ranlors, to Jackson
rricK, grantee, 10 secure tne payment ot a certain
promissory note lor tne sum Ol twelve hundred dol
lars of that date, oavable twelve months afi.r
date, with ten per cent, interest per annum, de
fault having been made in the payment of said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy eenu, I will, on
cuuouay, tne nvtniy-nrst cay oi November, A.
D. If77, at the hour of two o'clock p. in. of tail
day, at the frout dour of the Court-house,
in the city of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander, and state of llllaoit, tell the pre
uiiffea in and br mid tale mortgage conveyed
and mortgaged, described aa follows, to-wil :
Lota numbered lour () and dye ('1) in block,
numbered aixty-eigbt (HQ in tha city or Cairo,
iaihecouoiy 01' Alexander, and State at llllooU,
together with all the eata'e.rlght, title and inter
est of aaid gran ton therein including the right
and equity 01' redempiinn of aaid ftrantors, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, in order to make the amount now dua U
en said note and the interest that shall accrue
until the day ol sale and the costs and charges of
thisproeeeding. JACKSON I-RICK,
Oct. It, 4-w Mortgaitee.
Trualee a Hnl,
P'.llilli' Notice la lipraliT irtven Ilia I.., i
tue oftlie power riveti nie In two deeds ol
iiuoi, jAotuieu, ackuowieueeu anil Oellv
prerl hv John llvina in tha nn.i.M.i...i
Hugh Callahan, tbe lint dated 3Iay lit,
1875, etven to secure the payment ol
promHory not ot said John Define, of
even date therewith, for the sum or two
hundred and twelve dollars, payable six
nonius auer ante, anu recorded in tne re
corder's office of Alexander county, in
uook u, at. page us: anu ine second dated
March 22tl, H70, given to secure Hie pay.
iiieiia uiauuiuer liuie 01 sum joun uevine,
of even date therewith, tor the mm ot two
hundred dollar, navahla nn.J.s -....
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
rum uaie, ami recorueu in tne uid record
er's office, in book 6, at page 820; and upon
vv 11 it: 11 hssiu usiuiBi i nrtrn iss nnw niia v it a aunt
nf SiHU tJ T will, nn thm !!nth, u.
ber. 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
miu uio u oni uoor oi tue COUIT-noiKe
In tbe city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ot Illinois, tell at public auction.
iu me iiiKUBBi uiuuur lor cun, tne lono wing
described lots ot ground, being the same
deeds of trust, to-wlt: Lots twenty-thres
iioi nnuiwut.y-iour in DIOSk nity-two
(B2), In tbe eaid city of Cairo, county of
AieiBiiiiMr Mil ii tiT tnnrkia f naini i.a
with all the right and equity of redemption
ui mo ihuu uuuu ueviiie in ana to said
premise". The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and immediate sosaessinn of tha
premises. Dated October 29th, 1877.
m oil CALLAHAN, Trustee.
Samuel 1', Whkei.ih, Atty lor Trustee.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander cauiitv. linn
lerm, A. V. 1878. '
Peter Adams vs. Mary Adams. Hill lor divorce
.niuuavii oi tne non-resiuence ol Mary Adams
the above named defenduni lun.i ken fli.J ; !,
office of the clerk of (laid court of Alexander county
notice Is hereby given to the said non-resident de-
lenaani mat tno sam reler Adams, compbiinant,
hied his hill for divorce on th rhmr.r .1,1. v,..
lore the 16th day of October, A. 1). 1KT7, and that a
summons thereupon Issued out of said court against
aaid defendant returnable on the first Monday In the
month of January, A. 1). ltfti. at the law directs,
Now. therefore, un ess von. ih.,i.i M
shall personally be and appear before the circuit court
of Alexander county on the fin, rt.v nfih. .,n
thereof to be held at the court-house, at the city of
(alro, in said county, on the first Monday in the
montn 01 January, A. u. 1S7S, aad plead answer
or demur to said bill of complaint, the lame and the
matters and things therein contained, will lie taken
for and as confeued, and a decree rendered, against
jruu M.i.uiuiiig iu ine prajtroi ine same, c.
w r xt 11 -OHN A, hEEVJi, Clerk.
V. C. Mulkty, Compt'i ol r,
Wlw Cairo, Ills,, Oct. Sih, A. D. 1877.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander,
jreocourlof Alexander county, January
1 J'Ohhicnne v, Mary E. Lonhltnue.
IIU1 for Dlvorce-ln Chancery,
Amdavit oi tke nen-rcudenoe of Mary E. Ion
Mlenne, the defendant above named, huvtug
been lllcil In the oftice 1 f tbe elerk of said
court ol Alexander couaty, notice is hereby
al V?. ,0 ,I,B W non retldent defendant,
. i-1 co7,l''ainut tiled his bill of cW
!!L ,1l 'P-S'lr ourt 00 tn ohancery aide thereof
5l " ly ol Ootober.A.o. 177, and that a
suniniens thereupon Issued out of said court
5!S.,Bm ""a dnlnts, returnable on the
ia-i Moi,'li,y n the month of January, a. n,
.,.?'" 1,y tow mmired. Now. t&relore,
unless yon thesaid Mry K. Lonhienne, shall
personally be, nd n)utw. hefort,i,, aifi mkuH
S,,ur'( Alexander county on the first day of
h!. . erm Uiereef, to he holrten at the court
nil. . " ttM ci,y f ' " oounly on the
nret Monday In tbe month of January. A. U.
iti N, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the same and the matter and things
therein set forth, will be token as confessed, and
VWXuMUmbm WC0R"ng 18 U"
vv .. JOMSA.BEEVE, Clerk,
r-.i V;. Wraanv. Complainant's Solicitor.
'IU., Oct. loth, A, D. 1877. ilw.
fi loir,:...re hsU! tbtottitdv sts
- t. ' 'ir.,;. I'f ,i,:caa r lir,j,ut;irliy.
,ul t..n..LuMMli.,tt,. rtm f...t
ten. in VVa,i,uHuuKU.CkiHUu,iii
II Jr'.'T'''1'"'i-'MMiCl7 1 I
"Mua Svrruas Co., wt Brtaiiniy, N.w K
Evimvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Paoket Co.,
Paduoab, ShawnMtvni. Evansv
1 - and all way Undinga.
The elegant side-wheel ateamei
AKKANSAS BELLE, "
ffaxn B. PiNNiNaioNJ.m'. Kaatet
Juahlss Pinionutom Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDXI8DAT at
o'clock v. iu, .
The feet steamer
Ba HoWaod ... .. ..Uaetei
Kb. Ihomas clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATURaY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
With Aral-class steamers for Bt. Louis, aluu
obiaandNsw Orleans, and at Xvanavili w itb
IheE. C. K. K. for all points North aad feast,
and with the I.ouisvUle Mall Hteuuers fo.all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freights and passengers to all points
For urther Information apply to
J.IMK5 BKilii. f-AMsenger Agent.
J. hi. l'HLLLlr'8, "'
, Or to u. J. gramWer,
superintendent and deaeiml Vrtiighl Agest,
liva-au-lr. aCTausYllle Indiana.
, The Sterna Ferryboat
Will be run regtilarlv. Itiavinir (irecn.
field's landlnic at 7:40. 0 and U o'clovk a.m.;
i:'M and i:.'!0 o'clock p.m. (lining each
On Sumlav she will leave the landlnir at
Sand lOoctock a.m. and at Ii ui., and at
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
8uocetfully Treated with
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
SrCCESS Is tho test efrarrlt, and neecsi 13 the
treatment of alarm al AliVctiona, after 13
nuny Biseratilo failures, means uudoukn d .di clna
earattre properties In tho remedy utetl. lTes
SAirroaD's hUptcuLCcaa fort Mar rh patMisuct
eropertlee ? The evidence, in tha shape ot unto 1.
cited .Ustl mentals from tUcmotii)ectoWcreoul j
In all stations of life, must ba conclusive on this
tolnt. NeTer.we hellavo.ln tbohlsiorrofponulur
led lolnes has soon valuable tcMiraoi.y Vctn tff
fered, freely offered, in fiworcf aurremedy thua
that In the possession of the proprietors of rue
roan's IUDiOALCcaa, And valuahluasUls.lt dc.es
not repraaentatliouMDdibpartbfttio tiicouimecd
atlons which are tcuAy olTorort by friends to iricuds
Is Us fsvor. leoplo or wealth an',rcfli:ementlnall
parts of IheeomitryilailyaUmlt ItasupericritTornr
any method of care known to the regular n.eUinal
profession, but ehon tho pr.hltctty lnctdentsl to a
published statement. Hence the lestimoi.liils In
fur possession represent hot a smr.lt pert of
hose withheld, for t!io reason mentioned, Tho
following unsolicited testimonial from Hiwnr
Walls, set)., of Wells, largo A co.'s fcrprcs, la
an outspoken indorteiner.t of Ukh se tie J .ny
Wetiri. Wms A romn. Wholcfils thrgglsts.
Boston, Mass.t Giif(;:)ii,-IhnveforHnneii.".ii,i
llt It a duty that 1 owl to atitertrjj tiuaa'.!v to
riTcd from the me nf tAvcotn'o I,.nijAL t'rn
r2. CaT ,Ra' Vor mem I han Ti:;r I hnro hec .1
afflicted with this Tci y troul.lcw uio cnntplali.1, I
have tried all the nmc.lu e tliui I oo'ild and, fcnt
JrlUontmaterlul cr ri'fni4-e:it bent lit. Liutlu I
the disease had arrived at tlia itr.te that I trust
hate relief or die. 'Uio entire menttranonser: tern
Lad nscoine so Inflamed, and Uut atonucb to ilisor
otrcd, thai 11 a doulitful n: ff.-r wlnihtr I
fou'd (tp to tlie 1'neldecout, or It III.,! go WLiilier
Increduloua about sur-cliks cr i.. trunis of nv
Slnd, yet ln!!cr ijefpurailon I trlnl tLb, m.d wui
at once beuentcd by H. 'f hj rli.i.ins of clluiat...
aetironlo disease ofl heltvcr.e -.d 117 ie-ovt t
7.niJ Vtym iny entire rcetorailun. but the bene,
flt I derive Irom ludallyuseletocs nrMo4;.
and I so hopl isj to be complcti ty curtd, atd at
last arrive M a respect ihlo , IU ape.
If this statement ut my cat o 01. u be of any acrrtee
to those alhlcti'd us I luivc Ltcu. ntUuiiLlo uu to
hrlnguiis remedy Into icoroirtfneri.luse,i;MrfiLl. 11
en the yacme roast (wucru Ills muck iK.c,udy. uv
Very truly yuurs, 11EVKY M.L8.
AvaoiA, .N. Y.,Jun.,lC. tf ki;3,l liijjoiCo.
Kaeh package cont.nlue l)r. Snnforri's Imrrored
Inhaling 'iub;., r.Ld fall dlrtctluu fir tu all
eases, Price ttjw. for aulo by all Wholuaali and
tates and?V,ai us. IKK8 k iTil ThH. OaSerai
Agents and Wholesale lirugirUiA, loatim,Maa.
En la ran rl jsnlneis
rT.h." ",V? eertify tliat I bnvn leen nslng yonr
Cvllikb' oLTAiuI'LASTakB for luliaeu"oiit of
tlie Spleen k.id liepreutioa In the b luVu. and
Iticy have giua me uiore .relief thau any other
rauiedy 1 huveovur nseu. I would highly retsuns.
niend them to nil auSuuiguoiu tho eiTecu of pain
and UOlau.iua'.lo.i. '
rmiirxe, Mo., June SB, yea J" W" tSUA
K.L,2.,nT "tdu trl,c'.1 ""!ul yourCoLiiaa' Vot,
1'Aio Piarreaa, an4 Iu tweut) -four hours the nam
as entirely nmovud. J. M bAMMlH,
AfkK Cnshlor llrat NaU bank.
WnroKA, Miss,, j luo u, fn.
sTAlllllst VllltsilK PI t..a it. t a. . .
.salllnsU sallft Vw f Slltli.al (iflhi. lie...!.. Hi 7.
more right away. J A MElj Lt W la.
llnl iaa e, 111., June 10, tvtj.
Irloc, "ti Centss,
Be careful to obtain rouj.vs" Voltaio Pub.
SKk vsss : ;"iy.f:!:"J yuaic pi
above cut. hol.l by ad Wholesale end hetill firSJ
''l"' l !'"fi' d Plates an KuadiE
. v, ntcisa s j us sty:, rroprieiora, kostosh
O. D WILUAMS0N,
W holesale Grocer
And Dealer In
X. - II OHIO UBVXB. '
PB0.Atatt;ntlit given tojllllinnti ai 1
ly Dyed or Be.
paired at Trif
O. O. D.r J ? :
lib' ud Gab1
Old Hats Made New.
Mo. 30, Eighth HI reel.:
Sir Irs " CUKE CUAVAtrtacVs'
niki-als.. I D""lb your case, aa4 sna
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. ...H trnon Direct, miladelphla,
Kebraska Citv Ho. 2
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b And At
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
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The Best Extract of Buchu
, Sold By
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BarclayB Drag S;oro.
Agency for Dr. Jayne's , Medicines
For Bolmon'o Arvlo F&p
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If you want Boschee's
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Coarse and Fine Combs,
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Turpentine and All Colors
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