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Btotkuf ptotrtct Ho h Democrat, but
Iir- .Aii.t with hU lection on some
Itli Us there wm iome legleUUon In
XIy Alitor clui. Too aw which au
STww psu1 that tin Interest hou J
mM inooUv The Inference clear y
wuthat theprtncipal might bo paid in
rL-T.-K..wJ. .if wu .csral tender
it ba'uu of payment: In 18C9, through
the lavfloonw of the creditor cms, an au
jiiiiutm mused which declared
UiMWai Hrv vssr sj" - " - - tja
that the prlntiple and tatenat should bo
Dayabie to coin. The Inlerenoe was
fairly that It might be paid In cither
,old if Ww, but when silvec wa d
monedzed the deMorwu forced to pay
Id told nJy.' i'i'ha rich man who inves
ted Mi money In bonds hu ateraed an
Interest ot about 90 pw eont bf reason
ot the premium on fold. 'Now be wants
f a tui rM Inr his bonds t D Cold. I be
poor man who bad to stand the draft,
and was forced Into the war at the point
of the bayonet, has received no percent
m. inrf ni Corned to take bis Day even
la paper money, worth when be was paid
ituuit thlrtT or f ortr cents on the dollar.
It U time. I think, that the bay
onet was maced at the nocket of the bond'
holder and he forced to at least share the
harden of 'sustaining the Government,
toe be his1 paid no taxes on his bonds
ap ill sham ver. and did not even pay I
rbr OM tenieet 'ot Um poor men whose I
bones lie bleaching on the battle-fields,
nd rfcoM widows and orphans are now
struggling fcr bread. .1 represent one of
the largest erec&tor districts in New Eng
land, and probably to the conntry; but I
u elected by the votes of laboring men.
When my ereaitor constituents skcd me
11 1 was not going to support their inter
st. I silenced them by asking bow many
oitnea voted for me."
"WHAT K)M EWING SAYS,
ns sm-iucMmo!) uinu inter
TIIWXD IT A HARD-MONEY REPOBTKR.
Beawa FoM't .WKinsioa Correspoadence. j
WAtHixaTOir, November 9.-The flgbt
oyer the repeal pf the specie resumption
act hobfonghtto the front a man new to
Congreae, but abundantly well known in
thetlestito-wlt:: Gen. Tom Ewing, ot
Ohio," Ueneral Ewing is acknowledged
to be the champion and ablest exponent
at th iws ni the aoft-monev Democrats
of Ohio and the West.' lie was sent to
Confreia to bring the greenback boil to a
head, and be has succeeded admirably.
Naturally he Is elated at the succcaa which
baa crowned hTstBaeaVorsfbut he Is too
able a man to belittle biinselior bis cause
it anvthlne wtlcbr should",!oand like
,crerwin.,, However ranchmen may tlif-
ter Iron Mr. Swing's financial views, ho
nunJmy tdltlx'call blm cither a blather
skite or n looh ' He is not an experienced
parliamentarian, and ho 'does not claim
to be." But heTs a close student, a hard,
It not a sound thinker and a born leader,
I have been somewhat surprised, I con'
leas, to learn by ' personal acquaintance
that General Ewing (8 a'very modest, a
very quiet and a very logical man and
. not at all the noisy' demagogue It has
been the habit oi the East to considor
him. The 6ther evening 1 bad tho pleas
ure of a lonir.'oulfit ami wlmllv' tnfurmul
talk with blm U hat conversation con
vlnqejl jonefbal Mri'jE wintf U hot so much
an mflatioalst as an antlvconstrucUonlst,
and tf not" a repudlatlonlst at all. ' "1
thlirk H will be q.ulte.pQ8slble,n he said,
tojresumem twelve or' lllteen years, but
1 do not think It Is possible to set a day.
I let! absolutely sure that It will be utter
ly lopoutble to resume in 1871), and any
attempt to do so will creato widespread
(jintter.M" .wv. .!..' '.. -' 1. 1 -UfoOurteiC
will be impossible In the
limited space ot a letter lo do anything
like Justice to Mr, E wing's sUtenient. of
hU position; b,ut a , Jew , quotations: will
eve readers, who ire always ready to
mt both sides ot every question, a little
Insight Into the financial .creed of, the I
great aoft money leader-the West.
General,' eald Ijare yon opposed to
mnmptfonf " ' -1
Ro,M he replied, bnt," and he smiled
pleawnfly,'! would pot stop one mill in
the United StatevTwbukinot throw one j
laboring man oat of employment to ac
complish resumption.'' Then he added,
sertooalyt'lmeaatosay that the pros
perity ot the bueiiMM i&tereau oi the
country" 'Of vastly more importance
just new tha-4oa resumption ot specie
paynwntl at certain fixed day in the
naarfntore." '- "
"Too think It fjhpossiWe to resume In
1879 ttbout causing a business . dis
"I think it Impossible to resume in
1879 at all.' 1 believe a large share of the
business disasters which have already
happened have been caused by the efforts
to reranM to 1879, and ' I believe that
what has happened Is only a drop in the
backet to what will happen If the pres
nt policy Is pursued tolls full fruition."
"Tell me why. General, you think It
Impossible to resume in 1879 ?"
"Because," he said, "we cannot possl-bly-
accumulate anything like gold
enough between no w And then r
"flow much gold ought the Govern
mofat to have to be able to to resume?"
"Eleven or twelve hundred millions at
the least." ; - ;
i "How do you make that out
"Very simply. ICxperlenoehaa-sbown
It to be an axiom to finance that, in order
toaurUln specie pavusonU.Ulsneceaeary
to have on hand a very much larger
amount ot coin than the entire volume ol
paper ewrency which Is kept afloat.
luaZnatlancufor instance. She keens
eonataaxTv on band about S70O.OOO.O0O In
com: but the volume ot her raner afloat
newexoatdf 380,000,000. ' On the same
basis wo ahould have much more than
tIJOO.000.000 ot coin on hand, for we
have neatly t700.000.000 of paper afloat."
'How much gold has the Government
now at 1U coaaatandr . v . .
About 'floe.ooO.OOO all told, but not
over I3W0.000 available fof parpoies of
Uuenojni, you know- that gold M now
oar about 103. , People generally have
nidea that If It goes auen tower, say to
101 Ofttnwabnnu. resumption will beal
mOstsmewiptiscied, What have you to
ajs)tesrf.;.V',;;. v.-., v:i
Thatvlaea konOe very cotfunon
error ot-eonfounding feeonpUen with
eqnallzatloa.wWebla aiDHt dlflerence.
1 f"t ppoa that gold U eaUlng lor 100,
. su ..fasten. mat wo cannot fNnne.
11 ' traotatloh m the - K , Yrtric
; mt "-enaniamlythedemandfer
S 15 arinprjthat.ft the time.
o. tkd Do gold that lA-sweuod U ob-
takt Gostaisteg whatewooo
wtta v-rf ''irimAWDpowgold
rvj CL.U -Ibtnumeon
. a i , 5 Jf .VX-M . Ihe reault?
it a., 4nd bonkarShj puat pnspars
oMaVutiuistalio4e ready to protect
tbeir deposltora, will at once send green
ticks to the treasury to buy cult. '1 ho
a.yuu nation ai banks in tno country noiu
at least t .50,000,000 of deposits. You
can easily seo what an enormous quanti
ty oi koiu me secretary oi the treasury
wouiu ufi caned on to supply them, llo
could not begin to meet the demnnd.
Thou the speculations In w
York could cosily pool in $30..
000,000 lu gat-ubacks and scud it to Uio
Treasury lor the purposo ot making a
earner In, gold, ii'boy would hare the
Secretary ut their, lucre aud gold would
shoot up to a hijpier nguro tuim it um
during tho war. They would get rich
and thousands oi legitimate im.ino!5 men
would be iinicd."
These sample arc sufllelontto indioato
the line of login which Ewlng pursues,
lie is not at all a "loud" man, but on tho
contrary as mild-mannered as a lad v. I n
Itaturo he is a trlilo over six fcoi ;"! well
proportioned. His complexion i pain
fully pallid. It is almost blood i!c. His
hair, beard and moustache are ot n very
light brown color, and bis manner of
speech is very moderate, and a trlilo over
cautious, 11 anything. Colli In personal
appewanco and in manners Ewing is a
striking contrast to Hen Butler, who
seems to hare cuttred Into an alliance
Harper's Magazine' for December fully
maintains the leading . position which
this periodical holds, both as to literary
and artistic excellence. Headers will first
ot all turn to Longfellow's jem,
"Kcramos." beautifully Illustrated by
Abbey and Fredericks. While the sub
ject of the poem Is one dear to the hearts
of all bric-a-brao hunters, the poet has
transeendel its more obvious texture,
and given us not only a potm of mar
velous skill In realistic description, but
also an Imaginative work of the highest
order. The fashioning of clay in the
potter's hand typically suggests the sub
lie fashion of human life and nature
the key-note ol the whole poem being
the Idea of change. The potter's song,
bits of, which occur as frequent retrain?,
Imbues tho poem with a human sente,
and relieves It of any nppearance of
abstract generalization or ot merely
The number opens with juuion s
Hymn on the Nativity," with very ef
fective Illustrations by Fredericks.
Mrs. Spofford contributes a paper, beau
tifully illnstrated, on "Elizabethan and
later English Furniture." It is a cartlul
study of decorative art in England since
the HenalsBancc.anu the author's graceful
style renders It as attractive as It is in
Mr. William II. Uldeintc contributes a
paper on tue"Mctropolitiui Newspaper,"
which will be universally popular. It Is
embellished by twenty-seven illustrations
includinir portraits ol prominent iew
"Jfany Leaves and lew Grapes" Is an
Italian Christmas story, by V irglnm W
Johnson, with two striking illusirations
This number Is especially rich in ho
tlon. Miss Thackeray begins a new
story, "Pa Capo;" and Edward Everett
Halo's story, "Hack to Back," is conclud
ed. There aro also six admirable short
stories.' "Tho Man In the Cage" Is a
very strong story, by I'ebecca Harding
Davis; "Tho Dally Advertiser," by II. K
Scudder, is au extravaganza, sufficiently
druiaiio ior mo stage; "u uueie s
Heiress," by Charles Do Kay. Is novel
and exceedingly clever; "Master Hobby's
Romance," by Henrietta II. Huldrlch, is
a very humorous story; "Was It Lovo or
Blindness?" Is by tho author of "The
Chimera of tho Coach," which attracted
so much notice last summer.
M. D. Conway contributes an enter
tabling description of his visit to Juni
rach's-tho London man who Biipplies
the zoological gardens ot Europe with
' E. S. Nadal contributes nn Interesting
studv of the "Cosmogony of Paradise
Lost." r. . -
" Beside the poems already mentioned
there la one contributed '"ie T.
Fields, entitled ."ilouwouih," and one
"To a Friend who Slept III," by Edgar
The editorial summaries arc ns varied
and entertaining as usual.
PERUVIAN NITRE DEPOSITS.
On tho Pacific coast of South America,
extending from the fourth to fourtleth
degree ot south latitude, about 2,400
miles along the 6lope of the Antics to the
sea. In Bolivia, i'eru aim part of Uilil,
there has been fount! a lino ol deposits of
sodium nitrate, the "i'cruyian nitre."
The beds are of variable thickness, cov
ered by from one to to ten years' depth of
earth, ana nan tortneu ssutiBtone. ine
dry soli ot the greater part ot this ruln-
less country la pervauud, in sonic degree,
with this ucposit. Mho mummied re
mains ot the old Peruvian people arc em
balmed with It by theeartbln which they
are buried; and its crystals glisten on
those chastly relics which were presented
in tho Peruvian ; department
of ' . the Centennial Exhi
bition, and those brought to this country
by Dr. Mteere. It has been estimated
that in the Province of Trapact., within
nuy square miles, tno quantity or nitre
Ib uot less thru CJ,000,0U0 tons. The
appropriation oi this laet resource has
uocn taken up rather slowly, but has
much increased for ten or twelvo years
past. 'Vessel! laden with it co to the
coasts ol manufacturing countries. At
uiasgow llio works devoted to tho pro
duction of ordinary saltpetre from the
nuro ot rem extended over acres ol
ground. - in 1808, 100,000,000 iwunds
were used in Urcat Britain. As yet it
has been applied to to the nourishment
of plants ouly to, limited extent, liut
this seems to be It chief destination, and
far this use It lies la the wwtu a vast mine
ot wealth, for rho' rJlsnbsal- vi cnmintr
pendrarions. When the tuulUnlird
utauon puts lie ustAiiilug power ot the
earth really to the test, this fund tf sus
tananoa on Ute Peruvian coast may oome
iq owweigu jo ine in mo yaiue tne gold
aaa stiver wines oi me uuuornia, n . 4'
' , : i ?
'FUR Plini.IC LANDS.
Ttie commissioner of the xcncral land
offioe, In Ills annual report, says that the
sales of public lands for cash are Abont
100,000. aorea,; moro than the previous
year. wWla.UjrjMhihflf autcrod uudcr Ute
horntstrftrl Irhr! mibef tmNitre !awa
123Llcv Jro waro ifwUllcil for rail
road iuriides TOO.ttn acrcn.'riie' total
disposals ol, public lands are m,H'li,4o2
acres, public aurveya have bee txtend
ed rffn,m,r.tt ton. 'tU total ol
unsurreyed lands Is 1,101,197,183 acres.
There were surveyed the past year 1M
842,033 acres, at a cost of $ J1 3,013. The
consolidation of all offices of surveyors
lu general Is recommended; oUo llio
abolition of the contract ystsui
and . tho - appointment of a sur
veyor general, who may appoint the nsi
slstanis require! to personally nial.o stirs
veys. A largo number of Brants for
railroaJs have, expired by limitation, aud
It is,regardoil important that action
should be taken by congress either to
eiitorce tho forfeiture ot grants or extend
tho tlmo tor the completion id' th roads.
Should the latter course he pursued, the
claims of bona ti'le settlers upon lapsed
lauds should be protected. It is
rocoinmended that congress withdraw
all land grants cltietly valuable
tor piue Umber, Ironi the
operation of I he homestead mid pre
emption laws, and trom salo except lor
cash: also, that the secretary ot the inte
rior be authorized to sell timber trom
public lands m mining district; aUo, to
sell lumber on any uusurveyed land not
mineral when needed for actual settle
ment before public survey; also, that a
law be enacted providing for the care and
custody of timber lands until tit lor agri
culture, aud lor the gradual sale of tim
ber, and lor the perpetuation v( the
growth of the timtKi ot such lands.
Legislation authorizing H'binres of tim
ber cut from public lands without resort
to the tedious process ol tho conns is
also recommended. The I'nited States
marshal tor the southern district of Mis
sissippi has seized in three counties bor
dering on the Gulf Mexico, in the suit ot
the l: nited States agaiust John Manning
and others, a lar?e amount of timber,
principally pine logs, ostiiuared at ovr
ij.COO in number, ihere will also be
seized a large amount of charcoal and
turpentine. This action stops a trade
which has employed many vessels car
rying timber or lumber to lon iirn and
Mlt.SCIiriiZ S DAl'GHTEKS.
Washington Cjrrrsponien: C'hic8S' Timet.
Secretary Schurz is keeping house; but
the young ladies, not yet out of mourn
ing tor their mother, will not indulge in
any great gayety. i he Misses Schurz
arc not specimens ol buxom Teutonic
beauty. They are very Iragile aim re-
lineu, wan complexions oi iraiipareiw
purity, nne regular features ami lair nair.
Miss Agatha, the eldest, takes care of the
baby boy her mother left, and is devoted
to the beautiful child, now running about
tho house, and talking in baby phrase.
For tins babv. whouishe took when only
a few days old from her dying mother's
anns.i'lie bis iriven up everything, witn
an abandon beautilul in so young a girl.
The other young daughter, J'ujs, has
charge ot Carl, an active boy ol 8 or 10.
So beautitully and purely do theo fair
"iris live, the grown sisters caring ior me
two little brothers, and receiving from
their lather the attentions almost of a
lover, In public or nthome, that It brings
up the ideal home aiiection, which nns
almost died out except In novels.
NO I.OXGEU USEFUL.
, ; fitate Hcjlster.
; The managers of the Soldiers' Orphans'
Home, nt Cloomington, report that there
aro but 300 children In that institution
whilo they have room for 350. There is
a very eencral Impression that the SoU
diers' Orphan' Home, like the Republi
can party, has survived its usefulness.
A New fionrdina Iloase.
.Mrs. Gaffney has taken charge ot the
largo house at tho corner of Seventh
strict and Washington avenue, where
fiho will conduct a boarding house. She
is reiurnishing the house throughout
with excellent lurnlturo, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
tl.4 In Itw.-.f . nloao utj'le, jr"lMflf A ttiom
all the comfort and convenience tlmt
could be tleslrcd. Airs. Gaflnoy has had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and feels conll
dent that she is capablo and able to give
better accommodations lor less money
than nny other boarding house in the
citv. She solicits a share ot public pat
You Cnn Stive
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster & llioe, They aro sell lug luni
her at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ol the best bran
constantly on hand. Wo sell pino sh in
gles at $1.73 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents eaeh; while pine lloor
Ing nt $22.50 per thousand; pino filling
at $13.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. tt.
If your time piece Is out of order, do
not entrust it to an Inferior workman
who will probably permanently injure
and lessen Its value. Edward A, Under,
corner 8th street and Washington aycuue,
employes only competent and experienc
ed workmen, and guarantees satistaction.
Is hereby given to Anton Sliagala of the
pendency, In the circuit court ot Alex
ander county, mate ot Illinois, ot a bill la
chsncary to enfoce vendor's lien, wherein
he is delendunt, and Samuel Stasis Taylor
and Kdwin Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the stimiuons in stld case Is returnable on
the tint day of the next term of said
court to be holden at the court houe In
tho city of Cairo, in stld county, on the
lirst .Monday ot January, A. 1). Ib78.
JOllN A. ItEEVE,
Clerk of said Court, .
(iRekn t Gil nuKr, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 1877.
mien, toes I Co.
O n. jL I n, ii-x
aud all kinds C'O Jtitry 1'roduee.
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93Ohio Levco, Cairo. Ills.
i rotate of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit roiul of AUwn(lr county, January
lerm, A. D. Is71. '
Peter Adams vs. Marv A.ljim Hill lnr.ll..n.r.
Athdayit ol the non-rendenot ol .Maty Adams
the above named elefeiid.int having been flled In the
olhce of the clerk of aaiil court of Aleandercountv
minrm I. l,sl.. . .1.- .-'.I ... .
........v.. ,,, ,,, ,nlu non-resiuent oe-
tVndant that Hie said l'cler Ailams, complainant.
l, led ins inn tor divorce on tne chancery aide there
lure the loth day of October, A. I). 1H77, and that a
summon thereupon isaued out of said court asalnsl
aid ncfenriuMreturnahle on Ihe first Monday In the
monwot January, A. II. lain, at the law directs.
Now, therefore, unless you, the said Mary Adams,
shall personally be and appear before the circuit court
of Alessnder county nn the first day of the next term
thereof to be held at the court-house, at the city of
am., in ami, cuniy, on ure rirst Monday in the
tnoinnoi January, a. ii. ls, and plead answer
or demur to said bill of compluint, the lame and the
matters and ildufra therein contained, will be taken
fur anil as coafesaed, and a decree rendered ag;mnl
vuu iwcvfuins; iv we praveroi me aame, fee. w
,.. JOHN A. KKKVK.tleik.f
n, O. MulVey, t'ompt's iol'r,
wlwj Uiro, lilt., Ovu Hh, A. D. 1877.
' nuxteur notice. '
Stter llllnoi,, ('oumv or 4li-nJer. V
Circuit Colin of Alm-uuler Count, Amury
lrm, A. J). IsTa '
tinr(o Wflts vt. Maiy S. Ur, Ann Ma
Noiu mi AimiliKi Nolie-llill lu IokcId.0
l)ing;i(;e in chtnecry.
' !VlIulvit of the noii.n'IJ' iii ef Miry Nolle,
Anna Holt, Ida X'olli anJ Arnaiin, Hi tie
rcnilumi bov luincd, luring l'n tied in Ike
olhce oi' tlctk ofaald Circuii t'o"rof Alcxnn
tit i Couiily, Doiice it hereby given 10 lie (aid non
midrntilefpiidwta.tliai ihe compbionl tiled hi
bill srcuniplaini lu n.iid Court on h Chancery
tide thereof on the iT'ih dny of Orober, A. 1.
IS; 7, and ilial a uronjoni ilienlipol luxl out of
:u,l Court against titul defoudam, rvittmable on
the fiiat Moaliy of Januao'i A. 1) ISTN a it by
Uw icqiditd. Xow, thcri'foio, unlet yu, the tald
Mary Nolle, Anna Noiu-, UU Nolr anil Arnatine
Nolle (hill penooallv be and j.iKr before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County on the finl day
ol the neit Term thereor, t be hoBen at the Court
home In Ihe ciryot louo, m uil county, on the
hm Monday of Januao". A. I. lS ai.a plead,
itmwiror demur to the (aid cotplainant't bill of
coiiipUuit, the une, and ike inaiten therein
charged and ttated, will be tuken t confci.nl, and
a decree entered agiirM you according to the
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
(;imiIU; FcmcR, Complaiiant'i Sclic tor,
.U'Kri', iXov. 1. Iw)
Niiice is hereby civtn l"Jt ! virtue of a certain
talc motto je, dated the nvene-eisluli (by of le
cetiiber, A. 1). lST. eircuted ry Jacob t,. l.ymh
and M .ryA. Lynch, h: 'lie,rantari, to Jjckon
Krick, grantee, to lecnrc the ivynient of a certain
firomitaory note for the mm (' iwelve hundred dol
in of tlut due. payable tle months after
Cite, ith ten per cent, inttem per annum, dr
Ciult having been made m p.ryiMr nlof s.tid note,
anil there beinl now due tLc-e,a f.'ur huudred and
rtnty-four doilara and sevniy eenta, 1 will, on
Wednesday, the twenty-til-! d.i of Novetnlier, A.
I. l-TT, at the hour of tuooMoi'k p. m. of sai I
djy, at the front il.r o( the Court-house,
in the city of t'.urn, in the county
of Alexander, and Mp.e of llllnoi, wll the pre-mi-i'aiuand
by Mis aa'e mortg.tge conveyed
ana mormged, d-cill'd u follow, to-wit :
Lots nunilM-n-t toir (i) and live ( ) in bliH-k,
numWrM'xy- SHit (o) itle rity of Cairo,
mthveoiTiiy of tTlmander, anil .-ute at Illinois,
tojrrther with all Ueette,riirbt, title ami intnr
etof aa dcrantoni Hien'in including the right
and eitnty of redemption of (aid itranion, at
put'lic teuilue. totur liigbeat til, tiler lor cash in
band, In order to make the amount now dim up
on "ant nine and the interest that (had aerruo
until tuedjy ol s deuud the cnau and nhartrejiof
llu iiruvretling. JALhMJ.N I Kllh,
t)ci. 1, -l-w Morixaiee.
ruhllc Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue ot the power k'lven me in two deed ol
trust, exwuteJ, a knowlcttged and deliv
ered by John Uevine to the undersigned,
llugU C'ullalittu, Lie Ur-t dated May 1st,
1ST,'), given to r,eeure the payment ot a
promissory note of Mid John Uevine, of
even date therewith, for the mm of two
hundred and twelve collars, payable tlx
months uf.er date, and recorded in the re
corder, a office of Alexander county, in
book U, at paire 14x; and the seeond dated
March 'id, 17(1, given to secure the pay
ment of another nolo of mid John Dcviee,
of even d tto there with, for the turn ol two
hundred dollitr, pn.vaMeonedav ufierdute,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
Ironi date, and recorded in the said record
er's office, In book ft, at page 'JUi; and upon
wnien Haiti notes mere in now uue the sura
of $lM2,I will, on the Ruth day of Novem-
ocr, iii, at me nonr oi 11 o viock a. m. ol
said day.at the front door ol tho court-house
in tne city or i;airo, cotmty ot Alexander
lunsiuieoi liiinolit, sell at puitlle nuution,
to the highest biddor forcahh.the following
described loU ol ground, being the same
described in and conveyed by each of said
uee.is oi uusi, 10-w it : L,ois iweniv-uires
(i:i) and twenty-four (21). in block tiltv-two
(W), la the said city of Cairo, county of
Aiexanuer aim ntaio oi Jiunon, togetber
with all the rigtit and equity of redemption
of the sail John lovine In and to said
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed Imt immediate possession of the
premises. lata October -.'itli. 1S7 7.
UL'UU CAM.AIl AN, Trustee.
hAMi Ei. 1". Wheeler, Atty ior Trustee
Shite of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circnit court of Alexander county, January
L'rhnineJ. I.onliknne a. SImtE. Lonlilcnne.
Hill ior Divorce In Chancery.
Allidavit olthe non-riHidcnci! of Mnrv R. Lon
lilcnne, the dvl'r-ndiint ulxno numnl, havitiK
been tiled in the ollice f the clerk of said
court ol Aliunde I'ounty, notice la herchy
piven 10 ute Bum non. resident (IHcnilnnt,
Hint mo coiniituinuni nicil lua iimi r, 00111-
plnint in euid court on the chancery nide thereof
on tne i 'in any ol Dclobcr, a.u. l-,7, una Hint a
aiiiiiiuoua tiureiuion lusitca out ol saM court
HK'uin:'t said ileicndnnts, returnable on the
UrHt MOmhiy in theiiiimth ol duuiarv, A. o,
IHTS, lu id hy luw riiiiiirid. Now. thi'cl'oro,
unleus von, the said Mury K. I.onhicnno, Hhnll
personally he and appear before the snid circuit
court of Alexander county on die II is t day of
the next term thereof, to he holden at the court
house hi the city of Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday in the month of January, A. I).
lt'D, and plead, answer or ih-niur to said bill ol
Complaint, the euine and the mutters and things
therein set forth, will he taken us contesscd, and
a decree entered nituiust J oii aecordinir to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHX A. REEVE, Clerk.
W, C. Mt i.Kiv. Coiuplaiiwnt's Soltcilor.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 1-iUl, A. I). Ief77. liw.
For Diseases of the
Throut and Lungs
ueh as CotiKhn,5
s; CoiiKh, Eroncliilis,
Asthma, and Con.
The ivpntatinn it has attained, In
concjuenec or flu.- marvellous enrca it
h:us prntliicil tlnrii!',' the last half con
titry, U a nufllfli'iit insurance to tho
public I ha' it will i iintiniie to realize
the happiest results that can bo desired,
lu nliii.ist every etiioii of country
there nrc person:,, publicly known, who
have been restored iVom 'nlnrminj and
even despt rate tlisi : -cs of tho lunss,
! its use. All who Imve tried It uc
kii'jwletljrn lis superiority ; and where
Its virtues arc known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine, in employ to re
lieve the distress uml Mitlcrlng peculiar
to pulmonary nileeiions. ciikhiiy Tho
toii ai. uhvnys alloids Instant relief, uud
perlurms rapid eine.s ol' the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, ns wclln
the more formidable diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Clit.-bt of Childhood, It
I- Invaluable j fr, ,y Us timely use,
hriiltiiinle.i are rescued hihI restored to
This medicine iiaius fi-lend at
every trial, as the cures it Is constantly
producing arc too remarkable to bo
' 'rtfoiten. No family nhould be with
''H It, ami (host- who bavo once used
It never will.
Idiiinent riivsitlans throughout tho
country prescribe It, aud Clergymen
often recommend t from their kuowl
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical aud Analytltwl Csiemista. ,
soi-ri nr u, miphqistb EVswywiiKin'
Phvgiolnn & Snrp-eon.
Onioein Wintw'i Mlovk, comer mventh and
Commerslal Arenne, (eatnuiM on Heventli.
iH-4itIiv ritr.il, Pninlrm nntiuMlrltv.
Sriiti Mimri fur narl Imlnn. lit'. L'arV
r I.' IU ITXaTW H rV
All: All. As-eutswutited. llusl,
ncsMUwIiliuate. Particulars free.
Evantvlllo, Cairo and Memphli
' ' ' r;...- :
Steam Pack(3t Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetown, Evana-
viu, iiouiavilio, uinoinnati , .
. and all way landiaga. )
Tif elivunt lifo-'Whwl utomcr
tf ALTSR B. I'INNINliTOM.MWM, .
vUAKLKS V INMNliTON
I Will leave euro wery WltUNKdUATM
o'clock p, ni.
The fltet ileanier
favealalm every 8TIIH.' AY.
Each iHial makes elude eonuectlona at Cairo
ith flrat-olaea ati-ami-nt for Mt. Louie. Mi in
phis aud New OrUana, and at Evanaville with
I, u . i, i, . l..... V-...... IT-.,,
msa. at., n. i. iur riiiuiuis .suimwm r.a..
and With the latuiavill ilail Stiuiers fos.mll
tMiinta ou the 1'pm.t Ohio, sjlviiiK thriiusth r
eelpta nn fn lithu and pruriwiiirera to all points
Ir or urtrtei Information aptdy to
.IAMKS Mills', f'aawnifeT Agent.
J. al. l'HILLIl'.S, J"'
Or to (1. J. (iHAMSlKIl,
duerinbndt'nt and Qenensl Fraiubt AKent,
l,Kl-aj-IV. ivvanaviiir iiiiiiwna.
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run reuularly, leaving Green
field's lantlinir at 7:45, 9 and VI o'clock a.m.;
8:8U and 4; JO o cloeK p.m. curing eacn
On Sunday she will leave the landlcir at
8 and lOoclock a.m. and at 11 ni., and at
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Successfully Treated wKti
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
SUCCESS Mho torte.f mTlt, nnrl sweets 1 1 tho
treatment of C'utarrhul Attectloru, uni r so
rnany mlserablo foilurca(rouan:;uudoulteiWk'Cino
turatWe properttea lu tho remedy u:ed. JVn-i
BAiiroHD'i IUnto.'.LCi aK forCutarrli ims'os. nu s
prapcrtles? Tho evidence, Intlio sliuno oluit-i.;i.
eltodtefftlmoniuliifi'oui tin.' most i'cspoetuMuK!OiiU
In all stntlnns of llfo,mu-t be conclusive on tins
point. Never, we believe, In tlinl.lJtory of iv.rminr
inedlelnca liaa siicli Tulitfill - t HtliiKi.y been ult
fered, freely offered, In favorof anyienxnly tlum
that In the posnusalon of tho propilitora cf Hah
FOBn'sHADiCALfrrtE. Andvafunbleii4ltli.lt doe
not represent a inoununutii part ortno reeuinmen J
ellons which tiro to-dtiv i.llercdhy frlr ndr, tolrl.-n. it
In Its favor, fcopt'i of wealth nnd rel'.i'.emenr In nil
parts of thocrraiorytf r.ily admit Itarupcrlorltjroror
nny method of cuto known to tin- ivn'ilr.r medic.,1
profession, but alinn Ilia pnbilcHy Inel.iental to u
fiablhhcd tatemniit. Hneo tho t-.t iniot.lnla In
our poilsesAioti represent bnt a tnuill part of
thole withhold f r tiio IT.T-r.n mt ntlened. Tli-s
followtiiBr unsolleired ter.iituoid..l triuri firtitY
1?ell, E., or VelU, fin co (t Ci.'i Lepiew, n
n outspoken lndorsctaci.: ut v.hltU wc uio '"Bit
Mecini.'WrK ft r.TTirt,T,'holer-nto rtreririns,
Ilnston, Ma.ta.: Hfn'.ltmt .u Il.:;vuU i-i.rmfiiu.M.ri.i
felt It u duty th.it I nr, tJ I li; rli,4 l,i,ini.uitr I
write you, tint ir ir tun crrat l. m-l.t.t'' nl liave'd-.
Tlved from tliatrn of itirr ri'', men. I'vn
VnnCATAnr.it. or morii tti:ni".: i e.ut, l Imvi.otij
eflllrtcd with th!-iery trouliK-vi.,1 j e'-r-iplidi.t. 1
Lava trloil i.)l t !iO rLm ul e it -'-V 1 - , U l-.i'l. t'lt
without mai"r::.I er j.et tiiu"ent li. -i i.i. Ln.tl.,il
fhodlseaso li.ul oni-i d nt li:P.f. I'tma timt I ii...:
bavo reliffor -lie. 'IhrMlrrii'i Jr.iT.-isi.v'tr:.i
Lad becomopo irrlai,., ,1, irt-1 tho ; ti ii..,cli h-. iliu u'
Cored, th.it tt ivn n dcvstW ivtt-r w!!"?V r I
could ko to the I'-irltlncon t,or it 1 th l no l. ;her
1 should llvii t t'iij3 birhi rv.'-f. I r itiTu.jv,-r.
tlseitii'tit of t'.iM iiviul- l.ic.ii id i U !i i i l-tta ve.y
Incredulous aburt i.;i ruu-! ( i- -. tr f any
kind, yet lurlievr iV-eriitl t. 1 1 .-It d t:. ii-.-l j
nt once fci-m dtcd tit. Tho :i,i.ib j 1 1 cl ;nai j.
D chronic dlaectucf ihn ItTcr.uni my ntio ..vcrlO
may prevent wyeutirj fi I- r. lU.n. but tin-l-ir.
fit I derive ironi lteit ulyu" ijstoi i.i i.,nv'ii',v,
nnd I sx nop!. in tn I q C Jin; l: ti Iy cJKd, ulU ut
last nrrlvo ut iir-t-'t:d)li;i i.i .
If this Btntcmi tit c i'i..yia'- ii-n . 'icf ni yten-!ri
to tiiosn alllluted :A I h-.vo kon, ui.dii.cblj ju-i i
t rlnii this p-inedylmo mort-ir- ':er:ilere, t -i-. ctuiiy
cn tlio I'acltle ce,i-t (win ro It i i m,;i-i ircL-li. i .v
Cbjcum wrltluir tlilnirotuv 111 hu ohrilntd. ,'
Very truly yoiiM, Uf N'KY i I l.l.ll, "
AraOBA, 2, . V., June, 1 (ili i.!1j, i ui if j
Tlar-h parttnpo cont-il.j Ir. F.-.nfinlN Imrpvvrd
TnhullDK Tube, ni,d l.ill i!lr -tin in i-.r u.! lu nil
Canes, rrlcellXii. 1-ur r-ale liy nil Whnb;,i.i and
Halesand tsnailng. Wl-.liKrt I'lllTi-.K . tituurul
Axeuts aud M huh sale liruk-Hot:i, Ho..Uiu. Muss.
This Is to feittly t;,r.t I hari hen ushij yonr
Colli N a Voj.iaio l'LATaai tor Liili!v:iuehl ni
llio Bidden find iJcpicMduu In tho htoiua..li, und
they luivo Kivtn u,u mora rtllef tlnui ur.y other
ruinedy I huYo ever ut-ed. I uuuld blihly rucoin
mend (hem to nil sutrirlutftrcui tlio edicts ol pain
, J. V.BtLLa
riCMEKO, Uo., Jnne 'A If "!.
HaTlns; ocranlon tonne r- rrT,-':!v fir a rervsere
pain In rnystila 1 tried ciin: r your Collism' Vol-
1 AlO l'LABTE MS, Uud 111 111 1.1.1 -lour Ikuii .. (Ik- tutU
was cailrcly iot.ovta. .1.1; hA.MMls.
A,.'t Castiler l'lnt Nat, liunlc
TVnros.t, l!inr., Juno u, 1ST.
Collins' Voltaic, TMastrrs. Rive thn bent sutlefie.
tlon here of anything tli it bus been trmd iur
Lauieticss and WeukiKsa of tliu llm k. lli-ase seud
more risrtit away. JAillia LtWlij.
litiYuT, lu.., Juuo K., IS".
Prloo, a3 Ct-ntB.
Be careful to obtain CVlmnu Voltaic Plao
Tta, a cuuiblnuti'in oi Kbeti le and Voltaii Plain,
with a highly Medicaid fluster, m w-en In the
u a iiiniy .Meiuciiu n rnister, ni seen In tho
ire cut. f-old by all u, hnlessli- and Iietall Uruir.
Is tlironmniiit the 1'nltod States and Canadaa,
I by W1.3 1 ul'itlj, rr-i-rl,lut, hitutL,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
:i7 holesale Grocer
And Deuler in
78 , OHIO LEVEE.
PKUAtathatiai (Ifaa tu)aiicn!ati a t I
y Dyed or Ee-
paired at ai Trif
C. O. D.
Nebraska Gitv No. 2
Old Hats Made New.
CILiiS. SIIELIsEY, .
; JTo. 30, Eighth fiiWct.:
Skin 1 rirRK cuAtjutrKKD-
' ..L I DeribtsurcM,aUtin4
DISEASES I wiir.28ce.UU (Cearespotid.
151U.MI, ernon 8ire-, l-biladelphia,
' J?J- WILLI J". I -1 .H - J
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,-' 1
i And At .'it
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR
. Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Bucliu
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla
To Be Had at
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. Jaynes. Medicines ,(
For Holman's Aguo Fad
Chills and Fovor Moiioinoo
At Barclays' Drug Stove:
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove P0H.3L
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
For Medicinal use, f
AT nAPf!T.AVC TVDTTn CIWDT
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. u
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
! Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
AT DAD nr A vc TVDTTri ertwn-itV
Paint Brushes,Varnish Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes iS
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG ST0RP
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills, C i.-o:
! Hostetter's Bitters
J AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS'. DRUG STORE. .
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials ......
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORc
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Homoapathic Medicines . 7
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All -
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax,:-ovnv i, oy
and Corks for putting up. uxuit ,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 'STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen -v vr
., AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, :v , a n
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.:
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
. t Malaria King,
' " AT BARCLAYS'
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,1 ;Tr Air
a ( ' AT BARCLAYS', DRUG STORE. f
Cough Medicines of AU Kinds v
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
Paper Bags, Wrapping
j , , AT
D eatner uusters ana ijounter urusnes
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Olotb
I -r i-i j . I 7 . f ' m mm
' 1 S .11
- Jl I ''.'. L L -1'-'-
f. r...iH'iT i a t iUklo
and Blood Purifier
Barclays' Drug store.
BUY AUGUST FLOWEE
Is 1 ...
.ta. U AA U l k-l M. S. sV.B-A. 4 V Oil'. ll I I
Cream Tartar, Soda, .Etc.
' h ? ,-.f a
Kress Tonic, ; "1 ; ;
and all Ague Medicines
Paper and Twine v ,
i ' n i. - it, vili
. -i .as
all..' 1 I
BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TORE:
mm a Bos a.A sm MVMsmv !-
I I- i ll ., .. ,i: J ti, ..,1
J .fljl.lvUM A i
l a . .a i 'j'O
M .1 ' .". -,
At Barclays' Drug Sluro
I , '
AdaisuJ.WoaiatCii.,Kt Luu.. Us