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Tn Murahv morement U mwti'oa
on, kJMU teuok Caral, and one Hon
lana tt hundred xncms bare t'gari
TvWtMMbitnentana conflrmatkB of
. v .
Jar UMf fo M poiuMtr, si ot. aAui,
u a Mt ntH ia th alahDtmocrat. and
one wjjicli U notiwallovr without
makloga our fcc
Optaix Eadimji: "'Xlicr is a genu
ine aod general alarm la N York and
the other eeaboard cities, leet the success
of the Jetties will take from them the
createst portion of their, grain trade, and
they feel that the west and south are now
tootaporUnttobe lorpsr Ignored. Feel
inftbty way,"' they are qulto likely to
Tote $44,Q00,OOO to the lerecs for the pur
poai ot putting the share of public money
to wUch ths south 'and Tvest are entitled
where it will do. the least possible harm
to the jln trade."
Tn Pittsburg ' grand jury, who tor
serersl jwteVf past have had the subject
of last Summer's riots under considera
tion, bare finally made their report. The
jury charge the responsibility (or tho
riots, and the blood and tfin tu
lOWWt 4 wait tn Wlc nf Jnitjr.
aaentandcareon the part of the State
authorities! In the' report we And the
followlog sentence: "Tho wholo mili
tarjr operation from first to last was a
blunder, and exhibited a pitiable absence
of training and. executive ability worthy
ot a commander-In-cblcf who selects
Major OeneraU for their political or so
clal, rather than military, qualifications."
Tbtc oli copper cent is beglnulng to
uakelta appearance again In : some of
the larger cities, and we hope the day is
net far distant when it will be la active
use here to Cairo and everywhere else.
On this subject iq exchange aptly re
marks: "For many years there has been
no smaller currency than tire cent pie-
eee, and the absence ot smaller currency
haa : tended ,; to increase the prices of
most small arlcios. One no longer as in
old times buys an apple for one or" two
cent.' It Is now two or three for five
cents, a fraction being added because
change cannot be made for any purchase
leu than five ceits. The illustration
holds good throughout To the poorer
classes especially, the copper cent is a
true friend. It does not lorce tuem to
psy two cents lor a one cent . article, nor
to expend fire cents. In order to make
change, when something worth only two
or three cents is desired. Let us have a
revival ot the old copper cent of the fath
ers. ' r.'
Oil 1NGEKSOLL CHALLENGED.
Z'&j State Jouratl. ' '
The New York Tribunt has a report
that Colonel Robert lngersoll has been
challenged to a theological discussion in
Loadon, Dublin; or Chicago, by the Rev.
Tresham P."; Gregg, of , Dublin. Mr.
Jamea Re a, formerly oi this city, and tor
some year UalteJ States Consul toB
fast,'sayi that Dr. Greeg is willing, 11 de.
feated In the contest, to retire from his
work of propagating the Gospel, and to
withdraw from circulation his numerous
theological works. On the other hand,
if lngersoll la beaten, he must forever al
terward hold tils pesee against the
Christian religion, and must also wltb
draw from circulation his books asd
otbr anti-orthodox documents.
' GIVE THANKS.
:v.'l:.-;. . , .
rROCLAU ATION BT HIS KXCELLINCV, ROY.
Ill '&' ' V CCLLOM.
.,. I' Stati ov Illinois,
M i v kxecctivb Department. J
I, Shelby M.'Cullom, governor ot the
state of i Illinois, do appoint Thursdsy,
the 29th day of November, as a day of
thanksgiving. . This purely national fes
tival, which originated with the Pilgrim
Fathers, la entitled to the respect and ol
servance ot all good citizens, as i recognU
turn ot the superintending providence of
Almighty God, and an expresson of our
thankfulness to Him for Ills bountiful
goodness to os as a people. -
Kot tn a spirit of boasting, nor with
out a deep sense of sympathy lor the na
tions so severely afflicted, It may Increase
our gratitude to remember tho condi
tion ef India, stricken with famine, of
Russia and Turkey, devastated by war,
and ot France, torn with fierce Internal
distentions. From these evils we hare
been delivered; while our civil and reli
gious privileges, the general good health
of the people, our magnificent crops
and the consequent Improved condition
of all business interests, afford us abun
dant occasion for positive rejoicing.
I, therefore, call upon the eiflzcns of Il
linois to assemble In their places of reli
gious worship, and around their tables
and firesides, to make this a holiday, a
day Wrest and el iestivity, not forgetting
its proper religious observance, but above
all, js. day tor tho re-assembling of scat
tereil kindred, In order to the closet knit
tiny of those domestic lies which are the
pledge and ground of national uuion and
la testimony whereof, I hare hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal ot the
state to b affixed.
Done at the city of Springfield, the sec
ood daj'ot November, A. D. 1877.
, .bvlfeCcuov, Governor.
By the Governor:
Geo. H. IIaixow, Secretary of State.
:y .CENTRAL AFRICA.
1'BR VALLBTOrTBB CONOO A VAST
AD ForCLOUS RCGIONNCCLOCS FOR
a Large Tbadb Ixtrrhstinq Politi-
CAi, QUUTIOXS. : .
IHaarrfX tatMU,'. UiUrt t. j. y. Herald.
TIM Congo river U the Amazon of
Afrloa th KUe U tbe MUaUaippI, While
the Nile hM greater length the Congo
could furnish water' to three Kit, u
rtoulres estormous breadth or great depth
to restnU ail this Impetuosity. Though
the Kilo Is a most valuable river for com
merce the Congo Is still better. The
former has its course frequently Inter,
rupted by cataracts, but tho Congo fortu
nately has all Us fulls and rapids In two
series the upper botweon east longitude
25 and 26 degrees, consisting of six great
falls, terminating all navigation that
might be established above tho lower se
ries, which consists of sixty-two impor
tant falls and rnplds, though there arc
many minor rapids I do not think neces
sary to Include In tho list. I remember
when aboi.t starting lrom Nyangwe I
told Frank that I hoped I should find the
cataracts in a "lump."
Once above the lower contracts we
have the half of Africa before n with no
Interruption, and not, like th l.wcr Nile
regions, deserts of sand but one vast pop
ulous plain so populous, Indeed, that
excepting Ugogo, I know no part of Af
rica so thickly inhabited. The usual term
Tillage is a misnomer for most of the col
lections of dwellings; they are towns, in
some places two miles long, with ono or
snore broad streets between tho rows of
neat, well built houses. The houses are
superior to anything in East Central Af
rica. The natives are different also. K ve
ry thought seemed engrossed with trade
and fairs and markets arc established
There has been a suspicion generally
entertained that Ivory must soon become
a curiosity; but I can vouuh that at least
It will not be so lor thrco or four onera-
iivua. this Is the land of Ivory "lcm
pies," or Idol enclosures, where the com
monest utensils for domestic use are
made of ivory. Tho people do not seem
able to comprehend why any one should
take the trouble to pay for it when It is so
pleutltul in each village
The entire plain is also distinguished
for its groves of the oil palm. In I'kusu
there are huge forests of this tree. Al
most everything that Africa produces is
to be obtained in the Congo basin cot-
to-i, India rubber, groundnuts, sesumum,
copal (red and white), palm kernals and
palm oil, Ivory, etc. By means of tho
Congo a journey to the gold and copper
district of Katanga Is renuered, however,
The Congo river gives 110 miles below
and 835 miles above the cataracts of navi
gable water, while the great alllucnts
north and south, traversing the basin,
glye over 1,200 miles and perhaps much
more. The greatest allluent, the ikclein
ba, is over 1,000 miles in length; the
Ukuta river 700, tho Amwim must be
over 500, while there are four or five oth
ers, which, by their breadth, I should
Judge to be navigable for great distances-
I would not advise any solitary explorer
to venture near the Cannibal lands, un
less he wishes trouble, but the influence
of trade, once it is established on an
equitable basis, will soon reduce those
natives also to reason.
A trader ascendiner the river has a bcN
ter chance ot ingratiating himself with
the natives than an exporter descending
the river from a region whither no trad
lne native dared to venture. As lie must
halt a considerable time for business at
each capital, his reputation for beinir
just and good will precede him and bring
aim umia oi customers. Jnueeu, me
great difficulty will be to restrain their in
ordinate love ot barter. Tho Islands en
river will aflord him safe camps and auiet
retreats, and it will bB better tor the trad
er and the native to occupy island depots
nsar the mainland until mutual cunI-
dence Is thoroughly established, i
l leei convineeu tnat the Congo ques
tion will become a political question In
time. As yet, howevor, no European
power seems to have the right ot control.
Portugal claims it because she discover
ed its mouth; but the great powers
x.uiuuu, j uiDi iuu auu r lance rciusu 10
recornize her richt. and exDress their
determination, In plain terms, to dispute
her possession ot the river, it it were
not that 1 fear to damp any interest you
may have in Africa or In this magnificent
river by the length of my letters, I could
show you very strong reasons why It
would oe a pontic deed to settle this Con
go question immediately.
1 could prove to you that the possessor
ot the Congo, despite the cataracts, would
aDoorD to mmsclt the trade or the whole
enormous basin behind, which extends
aoross thirteen degrees of longitude and
over lourtcen degrees or latitude. 1 lie
Coago Is, and will bo the great highway
a commerce to West Central Africa. If
S), why should It be left In dispute as to
who shall rule the lower river and its
bulks? Why should it bo left to the
mtrcy of the piratical Mussolongos? I
hew that British men of war have been
castigating those scoundrels lately with
bombshells In a more determined ninnnwr
than I have been publishing the piratical
cannibals on the eastern border ot tho
Ureat Basin; and probably about the
But merely castigating these people is
not enough; there should be vessels of
war to prevent such deeds as the destruc
tion of European ships; and the question
is: what power shall be deputed in the
name ot humanity to protect the youth
of commerce In this little known world?
An explorer is seldom called upon for the
expression of his views, nor would 1 ven
ture On this ground or meddle in the
matter if 1 did not feci so verv strone an
Interest in Africa. But I will present you
with an example of what might come to
pass n ine question he not settled.
A number of European
merchants interested in African
commerce construct bouses anp
wres ana uepois on mo uongo, say on
either bank, north or south. The na
tives, troubled with Indigestion or bad
a.,kk.u iiuo their heads that It
would be a lino thing to rob tho white
lfoiue, anu Durn their dwllns-s and (In
pots and murder them. The thing is
dono, pandemonium Is re-enagte, the
newspapers and publio opinion heat the
news and expressions of "shanio" on all
the powr-s Interested are very loud and
strong. British men-of-war hurry up
and bombardeverybody, or to use an ex
presslve, though vulgar phrase, they
"knock things Into a cocked hat;" and
pouaiiB lie puniiiiment exceeds the of
wmc, occause the Innocent would
Xe! ,DTOiYea ? i" destructive
fury. On. the case , might
eassr be, suppose the European raw
chatts capable of defending thamui VAI
andthat by a little itntegy they capture
u auuu aim uuom mem, one
am an, wiuiout mercy, to death by
ehainlng them In gangs, young and old,
and drown them ofl-hand In the deep
waUrs of the Codco. What wnnlil ha
saia oi uiisr i uo not say it has or has
not bten done. I merely state what
migiunnppen. i put a possible case be.
ior we enngnienea reader. Would you
be surprised to hear that it i...
ben done? What ought, then
to be planned to prevent Mumolnni
an! natives, with bad dreams and do-
'ted indigestion, from strangling law
M, legitimate and human commerce?
w ul uiigni io urn uone to prevent pt.
ls, veegeful merchants from placing
themselves umlur the bau of Christians?
Lst England arrange with Portugal at
once to proclaim sovereignty over the
Congo river to prevent the sensibilities ot
the world being shocked some day when
least expected. 1 have hinted to you a
lew strong reasons why the question
ought to be setted. 1 eould say very
much more, but space will not permit me,
and "n word to the wise is sufficient."
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The standard oil monopoly at Pitts
burgh Is preparing to build a cooper
shop three hundred feet square, and
with a capacity of five to seven thousand
barrels a day, thus gaining the entire
control of the cooper trade at that point.
The manufacture of steel pens is con
ducted extensively at Essex, Mass. Two
hundred hands, mosfly girls, are employ
ed. Each pen passes through twenty to
twenty-live distinct operations, many ol
which require speclul machinery and
skilled operatives. Tho steel employed
comes from Sheflield, and the pens are
exported to Canada, South America,
Slexico, Cubs and even to England.
The raising of ostriches for their
plumage is recommended for Florida and
the gulf Island, where, It Is said, the
conditions aro favorable for their culture.
Many ostrich farms exist at Cane of
Good Hope and also in Egypt. Ostrich
leathers are again becoming fashionable,
and never have they been long supersed
ed by auy other feathers. Three healthy
tame birds will yield one pound a( feaths
ers ot marketublo quality. At, 'a recent
inloot thesj feathers In New York over
$S0,00O worth of goods were disposed ot
at prices ranging from $200 per pound
The London Daily Yw, ot October
20th, fays: "During last week the totnl
quantity of fresh beef landed at Liver
pool from the United States anil Canada
was 4,42a quarters, Bhowlng an increase
over past weeks of some 200 quarters. In
Iresh butter the amount brought was 292
packages. For the first time for several
months past, there were no cattle lauded
at Liverpool la.t week, but a compara
tively new feature was introduced by the
arrival In the steamer Palestine of 1S1
live pigs. The bringing of these animals
over was successfully accomplished.
Canadian sheep to the number of 014 head
have come to hand, as well as forty-eight
So Failure Known.
'I nere is no case on record where Or.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorehound has tailed to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, whenever It lias been
used by our people, In severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
arc enthusiastic iu its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, It
does not constipate, and Is sale to admin
ister in all conditions of health. This Is
an Important announcement, and tho suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; largo sizes, SO cent3 nnd One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
W orm Syrup, which Is suro death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Prlco 25 cents. Try It.
Tfvno arnnt tn ViafttAnr TT-1 . i
w. a, .VHlLIjV
And ViirnrntiN. tMlm K. V kn.b.l'. nn. m.
ol Iron. No luniriiaKe can convrv an .,
Idea 1 the lmmciMta and almo.t mlraeuloua
ter Wlnaoriroa in thdirued.aabilltaU:d and
Kjeuai. noe-.tx-.t broken
down by ezneia, weak ky nature, or impaired by
licknfsi, the relaxed and unatrunK OrKannation
",,V1"iitLP.c,rftc,J'',1' "'."vigor, Sol"
...... .n ... w. uvuica. auiu ujr au aruifgista and
dealers verywkere. " 1 "
Karvoue DabtlitT I Nervous D.niutv I
Debility, a depressed, irriulle state or ailnd.
or ammatian, coni'uaed head, we U niemorr,
wwwiwjuwb ui cawbow, ineii ,1 overwork
This nerronfl debility Hnda io?erpiL'n curt in
theiyttem. I Lands theineuM gloom and le-
, tr in , . " l" Kww'ne. la be
nnlvR. P. Kuiilrl'ii it - ...it .
arouad It, hit phatngrapli nnonuiilc. Sold ty
yourdrurclM. l:. 1. liunkel, prooriefor. No
:.Vj N'nrlli N
r 1 . " "v'-t ' wipma, ra. Bene
mill htueeU'hilrlelphU, V. Send
oannot fail, it i, guaranteed to do i recom
mended. Worms! Worms! Worms!
E. r. Kunkel s Worm Brrun sever rll t.
rove all kinds af worms. Seat. Pi and
otumach Vf arms art reedUy removed by Kua
k1 iwrln 8vnP- I)r- KunktlistheenlyBnc-
IT -' " u remov
al of rape woi ms. lie removes them in . to 3
.....u.i cuuiiueie, anva.anu no
lee until head it paesed. Common sense teaches
if lap Worms c n be renoved, all other
worms can be readily destroyed. Ask vour
dnigKl.t for a bottle of Eunkel't Worm Byrau.
Price II per battle. It never fils. Iriieha.it
net. havehim get it, or send to Proprleter, K.
lf.aonkel. 2ifl Xonh Ninth' Street, PI "lartSl
plus, Pa. (Advice at offlce lie, or by mull )
St. Louis, Ma
IH0B. A. BICE, A. It. L. l.B.
TAB Df0 A ir t
a. AlvA) A, m..
h H. HUBWOODj
FULL LIFE SCH0UHSHIP3 $81 00
TOST Coinpletc, Thorough ami Prartlca
xfj. cotiree oi Ktmly in the l'nii HUiies a
... .uuinuruaiuie iu every yoiiiiK luu ein
liarlmiKoa the Mint' Ufa. "
For Ulnitrated Circular,
I'llflU A 11.i.. ...
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
37 Conrt Place, LOUISVILLE, KY..
Spermatorrhea and Impotenev.
lwwje.r...rm.r num. .1.4 v oili VIf ,L tZ
a.rru.. loil.r,.wr f unh. ... i " "V." .
la a Mruu TL.- Vi Hill1 1,0 !" Il llmilo.
l?do.r,,t.iS-rro,,u,d u Cmm
, ,J MI.MIUM
PHI V A TV rnviv.f..
sxzs. .zr.i aw"- rsr, L-.ri
City National Bank
W. P. HAIXUJAV, President.
HEN BY L. UALUbAY, VicePrent
A. B, HAfFOUD, Cuhwr.
WA TSB HYsI.UP, Am' t Cashier.
. SrlATS TlTLOB, K. 11. ClNMINl.HiM,
M . L. Halliday, W . P. U ii.LU v,
(. U. WtLLUllSOM, STII'UIN IJIKD,
A. II, Sawohd.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOSITS recfivd ai.d K'Wl banking
OH&RTCRCO MA.ROH '21, 18S
OITY WATIOIf All BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFOttD. Primid.nt .
8. H. TAYI.OIl, V ice President.
W . HStfUP, (ico'y and 'ITeamirer.
Paul O. Hmi'ii,
U. 11. UNNmQHAM
in Am j XI. 1,. J1AI.UIIAY,
.1. M. PiniXll-a.
INTEUKST paid on depnnlts at the ruto of Bit
percent, per annum, March lnt and S.pU'in
ir Int. Interest not withilruwn is added unme
liately to the principal ol' the depoHitu, theruhy
rivmv fht,i n.,..!'..,-!!, imprest
..i.u .tsAiionacd Children may
posit Money and no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every bnsineasday tromna.m. to S p.m.
ad bstunlay eveninirs lor suving depouits only
loiutf tot) o'clock.
W. HY8L0P. Treaaurer.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National ll.mk ISuilJIn, np.Btairn.
The Oldest . Eulilinh Ajrrncy tn Homh-ra
Illinois, iiuil ri-prvseniiPK over
165 OOO OOO
F. Itoss, President. H. Wells, Cannier.
1'. Keff. VlcePrea't. T. .1. Kurth, A ant. I'a-.li
Corner Oommnrolal Ave. and 6th Strec
F. (Irons, Cairo. Win Klmrc, Cniro.
P. NtU'. Cairo. Wm Wmrh. (Jiiiin.
A. Bimanka, Cairo. II. I.. BiliiuKsly, bt I.oms
K. llmler, Cairo. II. W'1N, Cairo.
r. it. itnuKinan, st, 1.011m.
.1. Y. Llenmon, Cal-donia.
A fleneral Bnnklns; riiiNlneNN nnno
tfExchanire sold anil hnurht In.n.nt
n the HavlnKH Uepartmont. CollPRtiona nunle
ou on uuuinenii urouiuuv atteniluu to.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Betweon Washington and Com
mercial Avcnnes, adjoining
Ilk, km I k
Or n. x jsr, HAy
ami all kindi Country l'roducc.
03 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Ills.
Prints, ' I
BOOTS &3H0 ES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruo,
Spoolalty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly .
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
.. , i-ron
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
yille, Louisville, Cinoinnati
' and all way landings.
The eleant side-Wheel .fotimet
ATaxtkr B. Pswninqton Master
Jhahils PaNiiiHuroN Clerk
I Will leave Cairo every WKDNKHDAY at
o'olock 11. 111.
The fleet steiiri.. r
His IIowaku Vnfter
Kd. liiouAt Cl-rk
1 nves Cairo every 8ATI1H9 .SY.
Each hunt makes close connections at Culm
vrltb tlrst-claus steamers for Ht. Louis, M1111
pliin and New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
IheE. AC. U. U fur nil points Nnrta and Kant,
and with tie J.ouinvillB Mail Steamers fok all
pufnta 011 tl.e Upper Ohio, K'viiiK through re
ceipts on freiKhta and pw.senjrrrs to all points
fut urther information apj.ly to
.I.V.MKS HIii(4S, l'aaneager AKent.
J. 41. PHILLIPS, KfI18
Or to (1. J. GKAMMK.lt,
duieruitenilcnt and Uvneral Freight Agent,
Ji-3-2o-lv. kvansville imliaua.
Stale of Illinois, Comity of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
I'rrn. A . ll. 1-.7M
(rfirge Veis V. Iary Vftltc,
Nolle ami Atntine Nolte-
Anna Niihr. Iila
Nnlte Hill to lnreclo-ie
tiirtRiij;e in chancery.
Allulavit ef the non-rciilenoe of Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Ariistinc Niltc, tlie de
endnnM aliove named, having heen lilwl in Ihe
oliice oflhe Clerk of Said Circuit Cfllirt of Alcxan
tier County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed bin
l.ill of complaint in Haul Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the '."Hit day of October, A. U.
l.77, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court ai;.iinnt said defendants, n:tumal'le on
the firm Monday of January, A. 1). 17-1, a is by
law required, Now, therefore, unless you, die said
Mary Nolle, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Arnstine
Nolle shall personally be and appear before tuc said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
ot the next '1'crm thereof, to be holiicu at the Court
house in the cilyot Ctiiio, 111 said county, fn the
turn Monday of .January, A, It. l-' ai d plead,
miiwi ror drmur to ihe said complainant's hill of
complaint, ihe sauie, and lie matters- therein
charged liiel Hlatcd, will be raken as confessed, and
a dii-ree entered against you according to the
prayer of said hill.
JOHN A. IIKI-VK, Clerk.
IjKORtiC P 1-1IRII, Compliinant Hclieiior,
October1, H77. (Nov. 1. 4w)
Jlorlifnifee s Nnlr.
k.M,i.c i. nsiri'jr iiiimi oy siriuc oi a certain
sale niortcage, dated the twenty-eighth day of lie
cembcr, A. 1). l7t, esecuted by Jacob (!, Lynch
....I M ,r.. a I ..... I. hi. u.r. ... i ,. .
h... ...... rm. m,j ... . n .. , l.nuun, l uai.,,
Prick, grantee, lo secure the payment of a certain
nromissory note for the sum oi twelve hundred dol
lars of that date, payable twelve months alter
date, with ten per cent, intere-t per annum, de
fault having been made in the pisyiiientof said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundredaim
seventy-four dollars and seventy ecnts, 1 will, on
Wednesday, the twenty-first day of November, A.
I. lt77, at the hour of two o'clock p.m. of sail
day, at the front uoor of the Court house,
in the city of Cairo, in ihe couniy
of Alexander, und Shite of Illinois, sell the pre
mieinand by said Bale mortgage conveyed
ami mortgagee), described its follows, to-vit :
Lots numbered lour (t) and live ("I in block,
numbered sixty-eight () in the city of Cairo,
in the county of Alexander, and stale at Illinois,
iw iiic csiutr.riKui, line anil inier
eritof said orantoi'H tin. rein im.liiilin.r ilm
and equity of redemption of said iirautoris. at
public vendue, to the highest bidder lor caMi in
nuiiM, 111 uina iv, ui.se mc uiiiouui now iiue up
on said note and the interest that shall accrue
until til., it-, it u-.l.. ..1 .
...v v. . ... ..ui an i uit t.'Jnin jiiii t iiargi's oi
Ihis proceeding. JACKSON I-KICK,
sjci. i", i-sv .Mortgagee.
1'tlllHf. nlinAlu lii.ral.tr ffl . n ti ,,.b ..I
tu or the power given uic in two deeds ol
IrtlEt .vnniim.l n......l..., l I j ....
, ui vi, m nuutTieugeii itnil ui'UV-
pretl hy .fohn Uevloe to tlie umlerHlncil.
Ililili ftallnli.n ,. .1 .
"ft" s-i.iii.1,1.1,, hid imi uuieu Aiiay 1.1c,
1T5, given to secures tho payment of a
proini-sory note or said JoLn Dcvine, of
even dido tuerewitn, for the sum of two
hundred nnd twelve dollars, piiyablo six
uiuuuis Hunt uuie, iinu recorueu in tho rc
corner omco ot Alexander county, in
book (I, at paifo 1 IK; and the Heeond dated
f..,..h oo.l lu-n ..!.... . .1..
.... ii.f, iituii w nuciiiH me pay
ment of another nolo Af mil. I .lulu. ii..i.iT.
of oven date therewith, for the sura ol two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date.
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
i u.u u.Lu, nun iccorueu in uie ssia record
er's offlce, In book 0, at page 32!j nnd upon
which said notes there is now due tho um
of f4.i9.42, 1 will, on the :!0th day ot Movem
lior. 1K77. nt I Im hnnr r lin'Li . ...
. : - ' . .. r " " ' 'vcp in. ui
Kiid day.at the front door ol the court-house
in the city of Cairo, county ol Alexander
anu state ot Illinois, hcu at pulilio auction,
to the highest biddor forcaidi.the following
ile.uerilieil Intu nl i,r.r.nnil l...im l.n .
. . ' . finMini, uuiug mo name
ilecnbed in and conveyed by each of said
lll.O.t J llf (rtlll. .S-T..I. . In... A ... ,1
..T...V..T ii, lu-iiiu j,ui,n iweuiv-iuree
and twenty-four (24), in block tiity-two
(.2), in the said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and ttato or Illinois, together
With all the ri'ht and ennitv nf re.l.,n,r.,inn
of the said John Devme in and to said
preraiseH. i ne purchaser will he entitled
to a deed and Immediate possession of the
premises, waieu uctnner jutll, IK7,.
Uiruil CALLAHAN, Trustee,
h ami-el i Wiikklkh, Atty lor TniHteo
Stale nf Illinois, County of Alexander.
T..V..I s,oui, ,auuaiy
Cire.Ull court. if A li.vu,..l.. ...... i
L aV-tll-' J.-'nil''nne tb. Mary E. Lonhlcnnc.
liill lor Divorce hi Chanccrv.
Allidavlt of tlie non-rtsidence of Jlary E. Lon-
iiii'iiue, ma oeienuunt aiiovo named, liovin
been ll ulin the niiim ii.n ..i,.-!, ,., . ...
court ol Alenauder couaty, notice In hereby
hiiii w mo dhiu uun-reeiueni Ueteuiiunt
thnt the comuiHinant UImI hl Still A '
: . , i - - ... . . . v . 1. 1 1 !
plaint in siud court on the chancery side thereof
on the lotlfday of October.A.D. 1H77, and that a
..UU.....JUD tiiviui ... itiaiicu urn, ui Ham court
BKainst saia iletcndants, retttnialile on the
uriti juuiiuny in inemonui oi .Jantiarv. A. d
lM't. nu in l.n l.iur is.... I..1 .1 .....
unless yon, thesnid Mary K. Lonhic'nne. hi
Kvi..i.oi.j it, aim .ijipcar uciure ine suia circuit
court ol Aleiandcr county on the llrst day of
the next term thereof, lo be holdcn at flic court
house n the city of Cairo, in said coimivnn n,
first Monday iu the month of .January, A. I)
l7s, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the same and the matters and minus
therein set forth, will be taken as confessed, and
decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said hill. B
, ,. JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
, CtMi-LKiY, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, 11U., Oct. loth, A. D. Is77. iiW.
Can Bo Boautiful
Jy Dyod or Eo-
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
ladies' and Cents.
Old Hats Made New.
Xo. SO, Klghtli Street
II heroliv rlinn tn InMn cn i.. ..
O V ..WU kTblUITIlia oi Ills
pendency, In tlie cinmit court ot Alex
antler count v. Htitn ni inini.
cliancerv to nntni.a v.n.in. ' ' !n
he "ffZ "iJ ca" ' "titrBRblo on
he ci y of Cairo, in and counrr. on ti,S
Jionusy ol .lanuary. A. J). fm. "
JOUJt A. REKVK,
..'' Clerk of laid Court. -
Cairo, ov. 7,1(177. ,
Bi h n hrs. tit m owls
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION,; Ohio Levee,
LOAnd At "'. ',,, .
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
; . Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Buchu
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
P mi I in ''MatsaaiaMMat
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at
Barclays' Dnig Store.
Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines "
Barclays' Drug Store,
For Holxnan's Aguo Padp
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Chills and Povor Mo Aioinoo
At Barclays' Drug Stw t.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoo Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polisa
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California Wine, Port and Angelica,
Amn. For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Paint Brushes, Varnish
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STQRF
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
French, English and American Perftimery
AY nafc ..... .
Wax Flower and Artists'
, . AT
Buy Copperas, Blue Stono Indigo, Madder
iNutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
ana uorks for putting up UTuJt
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies andGentiemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
. . AT
Quinino, Smith's Tonic,
. AT BARCLAYS'
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Cough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine '
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Feather Dusters and Counter Bm
, AT, BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.'
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber .cnotl
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. . ,
Buy ITour KDruQo; l .
At Barclayo' Drug Sioro
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i DnnULAYS DRUG STORE.
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Kress Tonic, .
and all Ague Medicines
DRUG STORE. -
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