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A CowinTii of the California Suto
toate haiMaM1 tl'UibonU uldmi
to tlM (wf4o otM Tolled Statei on the
ChtMM qnMUoa, and has also wot
BMUMrial pa tha nut tubjeot to Oo
gnu. Wo pamphlet rontalM much In-;-
formation, u4.UUUe entire question
with gueral lalniess, and .wHu'mucb
fpTto. on ol Uw features 0f the cam
fiuut ineM troubietoine ioreinen are
ratlef xiintted.boton the whololhe
-k1i1i4M,1tf nnft Miirh Ulnflrl with nor.
IhiIImi. (nil It will maka a dceldeilmnrM
sloa upon taoaa nnlnformed persona who
kar Mttled their opinions on the subject
from an aUtratt, -or tenUaiental stand
palni.' TlUtsome kiialation needed to
agrrtet a fnln Wt ,llcl1 afflicts bur
countrymen on the Taclfle coast, is evl
tfenl to.aL.wbo Jnmtlgate the matter,
and ana tasivtiwdne- fiut U found In the
almost unanimous sentiment of the Call
' Jornla people In regard to It. Ai parties,
and all the classes ot white men are unl-
ica la a awnvg aeuianu iiuu bouiuiuuij;
should be done to eheck the disastrous
results fl unreetrkte4 Chinese Immigra
tion. I L - .
Ta lYasUnston , correepoudent , of
- the LoulMlllle' C6itrUr Journal gives
the following account ot the, cauous bl
JRepubUcan Oanators held on "Siturday
nlfht.' Zbfl a&&ol the caasus clearly
Indicates the tatlca ojr . the Badicala re
t aroUngtltkCarolinaabd Louisiana
aenatortWMI, .Tr 1 -""
The SentM Republican caucus accom
plished jto mulaniiCTe will be another
oaucust The noimlUee Which visited
the President reported. - Great bitterness
was manifested apunst the Administra
tion. CbrlaUaner was IU Only defender.
aUiuiunsVflMiwed Ute President with be
ing kultbeaded; -The ananimous opinion
ot the ca", wiui cue solitary- exception
of CtvkwaUMPs- was that Uie President
was bemf deoslTed aod hood winked as to
hie Soutaefn polity; and that In bis ef
- torts to eonoiliate. Ui old Whit; religious
nrl nnllllul .jdiunMHila In tliA Smith lie
"wtvoald tot be f uccealu The real cause
tt thf ijiffloulrjf appears to be the patron
lsre. ; The Prealdeitthas notions that the
.. Constitution precludes Senators from of
ee soiicjwuf, ana tnai iney urns act
imnlr aantdirasof aoDoratmcnts. They
alt elalra ttutilayes' bead. Is turned. The
Louisiana eases were considered at ton fifth.
'TW deflniU decision,, was reached, but
there was general, undaratandjug that
ihavartaMnmld-tct orontor Hoar's
MMnlutinn; to take etldenee irnon eTorr
hranchlth enbjcoth .That, practically
means tntwAnwo lciay. m .-. :. , .
eatrttof Stworlf-and of al
most any large city as well at night
poMeos a apectachr unore .saddening,
snore nsiU mom tearful than any pic
ture tojbj) fjinpln panto's Infero.Be
Jong apsiyiAItht, wjwder uneeasingly
wwjJSv ouMjj-Tneif eyes
TUewtt.W meimest W ihete gait, no
joy, riQ fieaoe, V ruW hi their look.
UowrirellIreaeed it la. the
whMeliynulcnrei., Vof raUe- alter mile
tkMul aaafArea Uarry ong; At each
W-af8ttJey carry af tblr Tktlms.
WKoaAOieae'Vtesolatc 'pnes Uiat 111
tbeattywttnihet etaaeless tramp : Do
tW forth' at Lnlght because they
care not tor the society ol their mothers
au3 fathers and sisters? Alas! no. These
ones harp no homes; ,' They are alone In
a great world too busy to notice them or
their WtsTOrtqnett. " Without a knowi
edge-of the werld, they are driven Into
tbsmlditorfM "flees, and toroed to earn
a living by the only means that Is wltnlii
thel power1. They know not the horrl-
ble abyss o . "shame, the amplitude ot
safferlrif. the depth of the distress to
which that flrst ep leads. And so hav
lng begun, they axe carried on by the
swUteurrent bf orime about them. ': Do
trieyowiafliHto escape? ,1'hey turn
bllnf fM'tbe aaeins, but on every band
tuey.feem, sntrc in ny a nig wau separa
tlnc.solhe jespcotabje world 7; -
There Vno ree0urse,anil sd. year alter
yeai.'fcey tail lower and Jo wer, and
tUMr 0galr gt wa-Wpoi, wUi death
takeTCSem tor his Own, and their poor
bones arelBtf wy to- the potters' Held.
There 4s anofher elasi ot women in our
cltles.iTbey: Are. trot as numerous as
theirimsttV)ktirs. They have wealth.
They HvVh oomfortabia homes. They
baT,1rabaadVaiid Happy" children.
- Thslr time If almoat a burden on their
hands.1 With the arrival ot each day.lt
is C question bo w shall the hours be pas
sed. They look out Into the night and
bejsbld the closely wrapped female fig
ares hurrying by In the darkness. The
sight, mfcana nothing to them, 7 it does
not even , eiclte a shudder. Tbeythem
elves are comfortable; Many of tbem
art hlgbjy Intelligent ladles, who long for
a foeaUon, Theydo not know what to do
with ttoelr time. They think of devoting
themselves to artor to literature. Oh! wo
men, who seek a higher sphere of life,
who long for something to do, for some
Add of usefulness, for something higher
ad better than a life of Idleness, enter
tatnment and , noyel reading. 'Oh! wo
men, you nave bctore you the oppoitu
nity. : There are your poor erring sis
ters passing your doors at every hour.
They steed your assistance. . If you hay
oompasalon, pity them.' po not com
dean, but weep tor them. ? Yon bar the
power to save." Your , wealth and losl
tleo give it to you. Go out among them.
Gently, patiently labor to brio? them to
better life. If yu auooed in a whole
Ula-tlase of laborln raising op but one
such, you will have performed grand
enarlty. " Do oot complain thai yon bave
sluing to do. that you are dying of
Hert b your opportonlty. Km
aweitr Oo:;u tJeve. ;:. , '
'TDteiki MAIIKKr. '
Ji'.4'i4 aeeawtobave res
larSlsi lata 1 a BnUnrmltv - l.t
. 5 . 1 imtun.
less throughout, ' Eyen gold, the great
lootbatl ol bnflsvVid bears, has hardly
got a kick, elthelr up" or down these Uires
weeks. TrWleoM indJate that
the stock Is slowly accumulating, con
sldorable quantities being from lime to
time invoiced among the freight of Euro
pean steamers coming this way; More
over the great English store-house tho
Bank of 1 England -is every week dis
charging a good many thousand pounds,
not to say tons, of this metal, considera
ble portions of which, It would seem aro
taken for the American market All this
helps to keep the figures with us
weak, though tho English are raising
their price iyid It is kuown that they have
awayot stopping the outflow entirely
when tliev think It really needful. Hold
ers on this sldo are not frightened, be
liovingtbat, as the. case stan lx higher
prices are likely sooner or luUr ! p.eyail.
The figures for tlie dollar weight ol coin
ed for the past week have been uouiined
to the narrow range ot $1.02 to $1.03, as
compared with $1. 05 to $1.03 the pre
vious week, and $1.02 J to $103 the week I
before. The prices closes at $1.02, the
same as last week.
Silver ' lias taken a
slight upward turn In London, cable res
ports placing it at C5d. pur oz., as com
pared with 64 11-lGu. last week. Copper
nas declined somewhat in Jjonuon. but
U unchanged In price hen, ''"'j , ..-
mucn neglected; neuresPfcuough nomi
nally the same, land In favor of the buy
er. Tin is also nomiually thesftme.thoujfh
held with much firmness; this rather on
account of the statistical petition than
trora any great demand. Lead is very
dull, but price; unchanged. Tlia Impro
ved leeJIiiar In Iron C3ntimis, tlioutrh no
large sales are reported ami nominally
priees are the same. ,
We make the tollowliiir currency n nota
tions of the prices ol mctuls to-day In the
New York market:
Gold, porci V 0111NM) tll.Wt
Cib nanuutu, nuuee j .n:
' " V dollar weixlit ... I.W4
SilTir ban (fmlon iilvit), V ounce. 1.14
" (OolniUn lanl), f ilialf-dollam w't. ShU
Nickel, V lb 1SO&2 ui
" . WKUt una DDtnets 01 c. piece, i i s
it , " " ,tc. " 001i
Cooiw, Ihkoi (LVe Superior),? It). Vt
Tib, Bl'.k. ........ do 1'X 'J
Uwl, Amerlun. 110
Iron, Amerlcu Bar......- - do iKfa i
: " . iig.,..., uu 1 . 1
GRANT'S SCOTCH AXCKST.
; ' TORS.
Tho Tendon Echo has discovered that
not only does General Grant belong to
tlie Scottish Clan Grant, ' but bears a
striking resemblance to "oho ot the great
est ot iud iea.SIr William Grunt a mas
cer 01 rows, wtiose lame was so great inai
Lord Brougham included the great mas
ter ol Judicial eloquence in his lost work,
the 'Sketches of British Statesman.' "
lie wr J born In 1755. and left an orphan,
was educated by an uncle at Elgin, "the
chief. town of tho Clan Grant." lie
was admitted to the bar, em!
Kratsd t) Canada, where he was AN
torney General, returned to London, was
chosen to rep-eient Sh i.tsbury in Par
liament, in 11)1 was made Solicitor Gens
ertl and Mp"r of Rolls, and for seven-
ten years wn regarded as ."a perfect
model of judicial excellence." He was
noted for his brevity, and tho Echo sug
gests that General Urant may havo in
her.'vd this trait from bis Illustrious an
cestor. The General is said to resemble
very much jn appearance Sir William,
whose portrait was palntsd br Sir Thorn
as Lawronra and now, nangs In the court
which be so lone adorned.. Sir William
died in 1832. . . x
THE CHEROKEE INDIANS.
sour, accouxt or tmib sjciivicks as
A1.L1F.S JN TUB CCKFKDEKATK ARMY,
, Tt the Editor of the Couner-Joursal.
In yotic iuus ot U 11th Inst. I notice
a correction by D. C. Usher, Company
I, Ninth Texas cavalry, ot a former
statemont ol yours, that the Cherokees
bad no cavalry In the Confederate inrvir.
Will you permit me to still further cor
rect tho correction? 1 will be as brief as
In the early part of tho first year of the
war, joionei siana wane (not Stand
waitie), the acknowledged head olthe
Ridge party iu the Cherokee nation,
raiseu a regiment to co-opcraW with
liens. Price and McCul och. Gen. At
bert Pike had been sent by the Confeder
ate Government, and was then in tho In
dian Territory lor the purpose ot making
treaties wiiu 1110 ' soyersi - - na
tions. Mr. John Roe, then principal
Chief of the Cherokees, delayed making
a . treaty with the" Confodorato Govern
ment, pretending that it was the wish
and true policy of his people to remain
neutral, but In reality waiting to see the
Issue of the tight at Springfield or W llson's
creek. The Confederates getting the upper-band
there, he immediately alter
ward made the treaty with General Pike
at Tahlequab. The Cherokee authorities
bound themselves by that treaty to put
in the Confederate service ono regiment.
iu uo Hi men mhu unnipoeu .dv me con.
federacy. This was done, and Col . John
urew got me command or this reclmont,
ue was by no means a full' blood, and
bad but little, itany, Indian blood In him.
xnis regiment was composed principally
ot lull-bloods of the Ross party, and took
part In the: fight at Pea lUdge. Soon
alter tun lien t, tho wnole regiment, ex
cept Col. Drew, Major Vore. A. O. M.
and about 125 men deserted to the Fe
derals, and was afterwards known as the
rust unerokce regimeuli U. S. Y.
'In the second year of the war a re or
ganization took place. The Cherokees
nan tnen in toe confederate service the
iras vneroaee regtmont, t'ol. James M.
Bell; the Second Cherokee battalion,
Mayor J. A. Scales. All of these officers
were Cherokees of intelligence and rc-
nnemeai. vol. Htsnd Watlo was promo
ted Brigadier GenersI, and took com
msnd ot the First Indian brigade, com
posed of the forenained rea-iuieuts and
battailous. Wells' battlllon of Texaus,
vuvJtt vtt.uuon 01 jiissourian's and
Arkansans, and loL J. M. Biyan's regU
ment, organized in the third year of the
war, aud composed about equally of
Cherokees and whites. Major W. Quan
ireii aiso reponea to tnese origaue head
quarters, nut was seldom seen, except
when Missouri or Kansas got too hot for
The Creeks had two regiments, the
l uociawi iwo, me heminolcs one, the
aicKtuawi tm umiauon, me ossges one
battalion, Major Brokearm tha Tfiiutrai
Indians, Caddoes and Arappahoes, 11 vine
near Fort Cobb, one battalion, Cant.
Oeorge Washugton and the Comnrh..
and company, Cspt. Eslshabbee, or Es-
opan, as uis name was generally pro-
w nuvis lutDiw in iue 10'
man xerriiory were cavalry, except a
compaov vi luuau-y irom Acxas, stat
ioned at Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation,
TBe Indian troops were suocessirely
als rika, Steele, Illndman, a B. Matey,
tho present disUugulsbed Senator from
Texas, and. at the close of the war: under
General Douglas 1L Cooper, lormorly
Captain of Company B.MIeslsslppl Judos,
uuuer un iiuuicuislb vuDiuiana 01 l.ennr.
au Miv mvu wen WIUIAViKVi
Iet us hope that history will some day
do Justice to the now annarentl (nrirnr.
ten brave and noble Indian' allies of the
Confederacy. Tmo. V. Anpkmson,
imvi mi M., v. iuu. tv r, V. A,
Aiora CrrV, La., Oct, .7, 1877.
1 ILLINOIS ITEMS.
-The Falrrteld mills, of Fairfield, were
burned on ths I4tb. Loss, $3,000.
The Coles county farmers sowed this
fsll twice ns mueh wheat as they dldlatt
The coal companies at Streator' paid
more than $50,000 wages for the month
The people ol Streator voted, on the
13th, not to reorganize their village un
der the general Incorporation law.
Gon. James Shields, of Mexican wsr
lame, will address the annual reunion ol
Mexican war veterans at Monmouth,
February 22d, 1879.
The I. & St. L. rallroadjofflclals bave
a telephone Irom the telegraph office to
the machine shops in Mattoon, a distance
0 three-quarters ot a mile.
A eorresnondent writes the Bloom-
Pulton Puitajraph that only 1,100 bush
els or potatoes were raised on iuu acres of
ground belonging to the Soldiers' Or
. A-lOopeston mau, Mr. F. W. Ech,
naf tlie original of a note given iu 1775
by Uen. Washington to John Harper,
lor tho sum of 32 10s, Virginia cur
rency, the same being given hi exchange
lor negro lioy, TOUI,
Lowls Tease, an old and highly es
teemed citizen of Kirk wood, was killed,
on the 13th by the, cars. Nineteen
heavy freights passed over him, leaving
the body on tlie track while the head
lay on one side. He leaves a wifo and
The rain in McLean county Is so
heavy that farmers are becoming greatly
discouraged, being unable to harvest
their corn, much ol which is sprouting
In tho shock. The roads are again 1m-
passable, and trail.! In Rloomlngton Is
M. B. Custer, a stock dealer of Ho.
uier, Champaign county, has recently lost
$1,000 worth of stock hogs by cholera;
also, five Que cow?, by somo unknown
mallgant disease. The hog cholera is
making its ravages all over that section.
About 4 a. m. on the morning ol the
Ifitli, tlie elegant reslilenco of B.S. Pret-'
tymau, Eq., at IVkln, took tire and was
entirely consumed, with all its contents,
which were very valuable. Mr. Pretty
man lost nearly all the papers and hooks j
oi his large law practice and law library.
The building and lurnl ture was insured
The scheme for building a levee from
Warsaw to Quincy is so tar advanced
that Its success seems assured. The con
tract between commissioners for the land
owners and the officers ot the Qulney,
Payson &. Southeastern railroad, the lat
ter to build tho levee and railroad, has
already been signed for that part of the
work from Warsaw to the Hancock
county line, In Adams county. Commls.
sloners hare been selected, and all the
nccesiary papers have been taken.
n r.u .
-mere is uo case on recoru wnere lir.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Uorebound ho uiled to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, wneneror it has been
used by our people, in severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooplng-congh and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangorous drug, it
duos not constipate, and Is safe to admin
ister in all conditions of health. This Is
an important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; large sizes, SO cents and One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price 25 cents. Try it.
1: til! Cuclal CdliH
St Louis, Mo
. ...(UlaAlKl)' ...
tHOS. A. EICK, Aj X. 1. 1. B., )
TAB. KIM, A. M., 'VPrlnclpi
I, H. HTOWOOD J 1
FULL LIFE SCH0UKSHIP1 $81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough and Practtoa
count of Htudy la tire Unitul 8uU-
cuurne luuiipmnuie to erery young lima tm.
o Xllasnated Circular;
n . TH03. A. rCR. A. II.. L. B
ITEMS OF 1NTERKST.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesal e Grocer
And Dealer In
: 19 OHIO LEVEE.
TT7H. B. 8KITR
Phyiioian ic Snrseon,
Offloe In Winter's Block, eoreer Seventh and
Coinmerelal Avenue, (entroniv on Hoventli.
BeSlduuMXhlttwiiui Ueel.wealoi We-UlngioB
V. Reissor & Son.
AU'lleni-rrs ant Ileklrr In '
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Stoves, Tinware, '
. Hardware, Queeniware,
Etc, Eto.; Etc. '
Corner 8th and Commero'l Ave.
THE EYE, CAR and THROAT
' lueoeasfutty TrMt4 wrtfi -
STjeOSSfl ( Mm tetl of rofrlt, MS mmim liUhs'
litumiol of CMorrhil ABftUm: after xi
ibt niMrtblo nlhirw, nuiwie uiidoutitod tpecioa
ritlre traperUci in tlx remodj umJ. IVxi
eAJtMiift iUDioAi, Cue for UMarrh pueMM ucti
opertleir Tho Tldnce, ln.ll thop ofnaoli
:d tMtlmontsUfivwn titn nwii rcitMctfcbla beon a
in tu MUloiia of jlfo.uiust bo couclixlro oo tnlt
olat. . KTr. e helfevo.ta too III
inedlclnoi hat juch ralaablj ti'tl
fra.treir offered, In favor of I
that In the " '- ttia nro
i nmorj w popular
MlraODT tlPCB Cld
frLtrely offered, In favor of anritimdy ttaa
loot la tne powewloa of tlx pronrieton or
tloni whlcb are totluy offered by frUndt to frlcmlt
In tu faror. Peonia Amiih amlrrflnement In all
mat ri)ireavaiKuiouiaDatlipirt ctline rvcuaiuieiiu-
ur method of cur known to tho roifalor medical
bat ohau the publicity Incidental to
nr IMUafnn vnnMMmi, hmt a tinilll norl ftf
) withhold for tho reaton raotiilonni. Tho
Wu.Lt. Kao.. of U'.iii r.r.n Co. KimoM. la
nstollcltcil tcntlmonlal from hiuby
n oaupokea ladoneauut oi wuicli wo wo i Jtl
Vems, Wtnii A Potteh. Wholesale TWirlsfJ,
Doaton, Mau.: Oentlemm, I have foraomo months
(alt it a duty that I owe to mkrluir humanity to
write yoa.oiatUiiithOL'rcitt bum lltthntl huto no.
elTad from tha h.a ..rkivnnn'i n.iniPAl. lrus
ffllctad with I
I'urmoriilh.'m) yearn I hu'obetll
mffllcUd with this toi y troubl'uomo cmnnluli.t
bar tried all tlx romcilh a that I coiilj fjml, boi
wllhoat mal.rlrtl or pi-rnu-mit Kutiit. Lent fall
Ihodlteoao had arrlrcd at that tr.te thin I ixul
Bare relief or uio. Thociitlroncmlirnnuuaayiicui
hAit Wntna.A liiH.nw.,4 mwl tl.A klnmiih .o ilionrw
id, that It warn m tloulitrul mnttrr win tin r 1
Id eatothe PneliWnnst.orirlclld conlirthcr
1 eboald live to come backer lint. 1 mw unajvc r.
f laement of Ihli midl'-liio. an.l i.li:i"Hrl. I.tli.u very
tncredulout about (K-Pin e or iio.trmm i any
ehrouls dleeaaoofiliollvir.niiiti iv aio-.SvnfnO
prevent uiycmlrorctoratlou,)n.iihi bene
erlro from lUdullyuiieliitoinn tnrahmltis.
and 1 an tropin to bo roim.li ti ly cwmd, ut.d i
Inai arrive ei a ruKpfct:
(.bluet In wrttlnu thlt nuto will hn ohmli.L it
Very truVy yours. llt'VHY V IXL8, '
Arieu,N.Y.,June,lb;6. tl WelU,t umuijCo.
. Each package contnlna Dr. Fanford'a Imnrovcl
Inhaling lube, aud lull dlruclioni t ir u,u hi nil
cue. Price tUV. for eulu by all V. IigI.Iu ami
Ketall BrugRltta and Dcalira throefihoat thcL ulied
ItatMaadCanadaa. WkKKbi KiriKll.limtriU
M&U aod Wboleaalel'ruKiiltO, Doaton, JJ-t..
'I hli i. to cortiiv that I hara hran u.ln? Tonr
the Siileea end Uti.ronalou In the hluuwcu, ui
CoLLIKe' YOLTilO PLAtTIU. fol' UnlIK".l" "
they hare ffivea Xue uiorw ruuai touu any oiuur
remedy 1 have erer need. I voulil li(hl return
mend them to all iuflefUirf Uuiu lit uuiU u lu
;j Twtwcto, iro., Juno as. r?r.
Baring creation tontn a rr.-nrd for a raittrcrt
ralahjBiyHdolttli.il onvui your 1'ou.tiiV V"i..
aio FlatTiu, aud In tw jtily-lmi- l.uuri I tt bum
waaaailreljitiaovvil. .1. n BAXMIs.
A't Calpr Flnt Nul. Lualt.
, wrioii, Mnr., Junu k. if.;.
Colltoa' VoltaJo Flatters five t!ii tint Jatl.fie.
tlou here of aoythlnir tint ha kw In. J l.ir
Lameuua and Wcaktn.ee ol thu U4. Pl..' mud
or rlht away. jAiiC.J 1-t Vi
i;TijiT, lu., June 11. 1STT.
i . Irloe, an Cent.
Do careful to obtain Picmkc' Vltki I'lao.
a cuuitilnal Ion ol Klui Vto and Voltaiul'iatn,
with a highly MedlcutvU floater, M toen In the
bore cut. sold by all wlioloeale and keuil Urug.
lata throughout tl'' uilWBtalM and :nauaa,
end by WLUM 1 "M t.ii, !?o.rktore, Loio,
CHARTERED UAKOH SI, Is) 6
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFOR), FreetdeBt.
9.8. TAYLOU.VIee frettdent.
W, UYol.OP. io'T and Treasurer.
P.W. Bahclat, C&a. tiaxMBiit,
F. M. 8toceflth, tAVh . SotJen,
U. H, CuMTrIBllJ. ' B. L. Haluy.
J. M. IBILUfS.
FTTKI1K8T paid on cepoelu tt the raU of ill
per cent, per annua, March Ut ud Sep tent
3rlat. IoUtnat not iltbxlravrn ia added iuune
liatuly to the prlncipe. of Ute depoelu, thereby
"" -I . ith uiteresi.
,,,i vtafidiand Children may
posir. moiey ana no one
else obq draw it.
Open erory buainetiday rVoaSa.ra. to 8 p.m.
mi Saturday eveningi for uylnxa deposits oalT
torn to 8 o'clock.
! W. HTBLOP. Treuaror.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Nailonil Bank Bnlldlnj, up.stalrs.
Tha 01dit IFfUblltbcd Agcney in Southtrn
minots, sod rrarasenilnf OTet
185 OOO OOO
F. Bom, Preeldent. H. Wells, Cashier.
l'.Keir, VlcaVrea'u T. J. Kwth, Asit. t'ask'r
CirnarOomiMMlal At, and Ith Btraat
h Mr. Wm KlBffe, Cairo,
v ' 'Iro. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
A. fcnaanka, fair. R, L. Btitlnatoly, l. I.oiut
h. Ilader, Cairo. U. WeJIa, Cairo.
F. H. nrinkmaa, HL Lonlt.
I. Y. Clrtnooa, Caledonia.
General nsHUoisr Dooio
tCirhonfa sold and boneht. laUreat paid
V ?'fInBrtiiant. Colleetloua mado.
Bd all builn eta oromrtlr attaadod to.
ilnM, CUnee,jr it un
SSllJ?.!?. w-Htil !-cZi aTuT"
u1' U:u arUaataaf lot tUtmm EStlTue mm wt
HTW''' 'u 'mnl rnmrnt la Ike Uattet Bum. La.
PUB nuMiii .iu, aw aaS wmii, ull uT.lu,
HlVil;"Ki m -. .BlMtifc
( DIBS tut tuiiitMa Mud Ml, Uak7 twaU .1
Evanivtlle, Cairo and Memphla
Steam Packet Co.,
. ; t-roa-.
padaoah, Bbawneatown. Evanaw
- yiU,ulTm,Clinoianatl ,
and all way landinga.
The elegant ilne-wheel tramer
... -1 .
J7 iXTii B. Pehhihoto M Muter
JiLonxui Fbmrikutoh. Clerk
I Will leave Cairo eyery WCDMBBDAT at
. o-ciocsv, m.
- Tha fleet steamer .
ho. Tuooua Clerk
Iaree Cairo ererT 8i,TU.rAT.
Bach boat niakea clote oonnoetlons at Cairo
With nraOclaaa teamera for L Louie, Mem
phia and New Orleans, and at KvanevlUe with
iu. n. n. Jl. IU(UIVVIIII.nviWHIII M.,,
and with the LouUviUe Uail Staamera ibxall
poinUontha Upper Ohio, glying through ra
eeliita onfreighta and pasaengers to all points
or urther lnrormauon appiy to
.LYMES BlUdS, raaaenger Agent.
J. ft. VHllajPg, AgeU.
. Or to ). J. tiUAMMBB,
duperuitendent and Ovneral Freight Ageat,
lu-s-au-lr. KeanaeUla Indiana.
Slate of Illinois, ("onnlv of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A.I). 178.
(icorge Weiss v. Mary Nolle, Anne. Nolle, Ida
Nolte and Amuine Nolle Bill in lunclou
Affidavit ef the nou-residenre of Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolte. Ida Nolte and Armtine Nolle, the il-
endanta above named, harini been hle.1 In tlie
office of the Clerk of aald Circuit Court of Alcxan
Her roomy, notice it hereby given to the laid non
rnidentdefendanta.tbat the complainant tiled hie
bill af complaint in eaid Court on the Chancery
tide thereof on tlie ''111 dav of October. A It.
177, and that a iummoiu thereupon iuued out of
miu vouri againet oam aeienoantc, rcturaable on
he firat Monday of January, A. 1. 187S, as it by
law rcouirtd. Now, therefore, unleae you, the laid
Mary Nolle, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Armtine
Nolte ahall personally be and apKar before the taid
Drain couri oi Alcianuer connty, on the Brit day
of tha next Term thereof, te be holden et I tie Conn-
borne In the cityot Cairo, ia aid county, aa the
firtt Monday of January, A. U. 1X7S, ai.d plead,
amwrror ilmur to the taiil complainant! bill of
compiaini, in name, anu ioa nuiten therein
charged and atated, will be taken a confeed, and
a decree entered agaiwt you aceorJing to tbe
IJIMJC1 Ul IU HUM
JOHN A. RF.F.VB. CUrk. i
GF.omiB Fmutn, Complainant a Solicitor.
OitnberW, 177. iNov. 1. 4w)
Notice It hereby riven that bv virtue of a eml
ale montage, dated the twenly-eiithth day of II.
rember, A. 1. 1874, executed by Jacob ti. Lynch
ami Mary A. Lynch, his wife, graruora, to Ja:koa
r ncK, graniee, to oecure the payment or a certain
promiuory note tor the ram ol twelve hundred dol.
are of that date, payable twelve months after
naie, wun ten per cent, interest per annum, de-
iuiui naving iicbu uioue inine paymenioi salO note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollar and seventy eenu, I will, on
Wednesday, the twenty-first day of November, A.
1). 1H77, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said
uay, at me iruni aoor oi ine lourt-noiue,
in the city of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander, and State of llllnoia, aeU the pre
uiinea in and by aaid aale mortgage oonveyed
ami mortiraged, deacrihed aa follows, to-wit :
Lola numbered lour (4) and lire ('.) in block,
numbered aiiv-eigbt (w) In the city of Cairo,
in the county of Alexander, and Mate at Illinois,
together with all ibeaaiate.rlght, title and iater
eet of aaid erantora therein innltirluso- tha ri.h.
and equity of rwlemption of aaid grantora, at
iiuuuo veuuiie, 10 ine uiKneat utuuer lor cash In
hand, In order to make the amount now iln tin.
on Maid note and the Internet that ahall accrue
uniil the day ol Bale and the coate and cluugea of
thil proceeding. JACKSON I B1CK,
u.. , v- it Mongayee.
Public Notice i hereby given that by vlr-
tue Of thO power kit aa in r.i rf..u ,.i
truat. executed, acknowledged and dell v.
oredby.Tohn Detna to the undertinjued,
nugb tjaiiBuan, uto nrHi aateu juy mi,
1876, given to secure tbe payment ol a
promiuory note of laid John Devine, of
even date therewith, for the sum of two
hundred and twelve dollars, payable six
months alter date, and recorded In the re
corder's office or Alexander county, la
ooo a u, bi page no; sou tne second u&lad
March '22(1, 1870, given to secure the pay.
ment of another note of said John Devine.
of even date therewith, for the sum ol two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
Irom date, and recorded In the said record
er's office, In book 6, at page 3'JO; and upon
which fiaid notes there is now due tbe sum
of 469.42. 1 will, on the iiOthday ol Novem
ber, 1877, at the hour ot 11 o'clock a. m. of
said day , at tue front door oi the court-house
in the city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ot Illinois, sell at publlo auction,
to tbe highest biddor for cash, the following
described lots ot ground, being the same
described In and conveyed by each of said
deeds of trust, to-wit: Lots twenty-three
01 wl .Ban... mi ,M l.l 1. til.
10 miu incuii'ium 1U uiucav uuyirro
(W), la the said oity of Cairo, county of
Aiexanuer anu aute oi Illinois, together
wiiu au uie riuut ana equity oi reuemption
of the said John Devine in and to said
premises. Tbe purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and immediate possession of the
premises, uaiea uctonerrJih, J877.
HUGH CALLAHAN. Trustee.
Mmukl P. Wbielxb, AU tor Trustee.
State of Illinois. County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
J criu, id".
I'rbaine J . I.onhieDne va. ilory E. Lonhlenne.
Bill for Divorce In Chancarr.
Affidavit Of the non-rtaidenea of Mary E. Lon
hienoe, tha defendant above named, having
been Died In tha office tf the clerk of aaid
court 01 Aiexanuer county, notice Is hereby
Riven to the aaid non-resident defendant,
Shat the comnlainant filed his hill r mm.
plaint in said court on the chancery aide thereof
on toe 1010 uay ot uciooer, a.d. Ic77, and that a
auaamens thereupon iatued out of said court
against aaia aeienaante, returnable on the
tint Monday in the month of January, A. n.
1878, u is by law required. Now. threfore,
anleaa too, the said Mary K. Lonhienae, aaall
sersonallv btandunnear before the oeM nimii
court af Alexander county on the first day of
ww wiw iiiuwi, iu uv buiucb at lot CJOurt
house In the city of Cairo, in said county on the
flret Mnmlav In the minih .f .l..n.. A vt
1678. and Dlead. anawer or demne tv, t.11'1 n'i
complaint, tha tame and the mature and thioga
herein act forth, will be taken aa coaieaatd, and
a decree entered acalnet you according to ths
prayer of aaid bill.
, A-,. Clerk.
W. C. Mclkby, Complainant'e Solicitor.
Cairo, Ilia., Oot. loth, A. D. 1877. ew.
Can Bt Beautlful
' ly Dye4 or Ba
paired at Trif
C. O. D. V
Old flats Made New. ,
No. 80, Eighth Btrtxt.
LKQAL NOTICE . i
Is lierehv riven 4a Inim bh..i. .
. " unmil UI sue
pendency, In tho elroult court ol Alex
ander county, suto ( llliDol, of a blU ia
CDRDCerV tO AnfaVsl BMIrlASBlai II. I
JSh'A-i-'b11' ni Bmw 8ta,u TTlr
i iti i... wuwes or tus tjairo
uty rropsriv. art oomplatnaats; and that
lb. summoBs fn ssiu ca& u returaabU wl
court to be "holden at toe court nous la
ths city of Cairo, la ssld county, oo (bo
Brat Monday ot January, A. D. M78.
uunn a i un. to., .
Clsrk of said Court.
Oribn OaaiRT, Solicitors.
Cairo, mot. 7, 1877.
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