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ALIXANDBR lAtVGt, NO. 844.
IndepaMfM urns w ""
lows. airt tnrj Thandar BtaM
al mU-nM areea, in their hail on
tbim. ltweao Sixth uu) Act enta
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!. KairoRD, . .
," CAIRO L0IM1K. WO. WT.A.F. AM.
Hold regular ommujilcetiona In Ma-
, lliTeoBie Hill, corner ConimnreUl avenue
i ad Eijrhth street, on the seeoad and
j toartfc II oetdar of each month .
Cri)Wl McClosky Jim arrived at
,.Tbe Indiana Democratic stute eouTcn.
tkm assembled at Indianapolis yesterday
, for the pnipoae of nominating candidate!
tor, state treasurer, abcretary of state,
and for superintendent of public tnstrno
tion. . ...
Tut KkiIoo 8ayg:."It t a curious
toinoldeuca that 1 should on the very
day Anderson was convicted be culled
upon to pay a Chicago bank $20,000
the money that raado Hayes prpi:hnt of
The news from the east for the last
day or two has been of a tame and indul
Jnlte character, However, war prepar
ation! are still coins on in England and
Austria, and Russia has not relinquished
her itreng holds upon Turkish territory.
These seeois to be but little doubt
that Gov. Nlcholl! will pardon Anderson
And Wells also In Tease Tot conviction.
Gov. Sicholls has undoubtedly been in
dnofld to take this course by the pressure
bronght to bear on him by the national
administration, which from the first has
labored unceasingly in the interest of the
. ' The Democrats of Sangamon county
are to hold a primary election In the ser
eral towns ot the county, on the 23d
tnit., at which the following propositions
will be voted on as by ballot :
1st. For or against tbe repunl or the
2d. For or against the remonettantiou of
3d. For or against uiakini; greenbacks
a tun lesrai tender.
4th. For oragainst repeal of the nation
at banking law, and tho substitution of
greenbacks for national bank notes.
T 0th. For or against taxation of nation
al banka tbe same as all other property
Already the question U being asked
who will be the Democratic candidate
for congress In this, eighteenth district
It U said that Mr. fiartzel) will not seek
a nomination for a third term, and tbe
slate makers are .looking about for an
other '.candidate. The names of J. M,
, Washburne, of Williamson ; Hon. F. K.
-Albright and Judge w'. J. Alien ol Jack
son ; Judge Crawford and Senator Ware,
of Union ; Senator Murpny, ot Ferry ;
Hon J. 1L Oberly, of Cairo, and a host
of others have all been mentioned in con
nection with the Democratic nomination,
but just who of them will be candidates
before the nominating convention is out
ot the question to tell. However, we
understand that the three gentlemen
named first in the list Messrs. Wash
bnrne, Albright and Allen .will in all
probability be among them.
The people of Upper Alton propose
to reorganize their Tillage as a city, un
der tbe general law.
Great preparations are being made
by the Seventh Begiment, Illinois Na
tional gard, for the celebration ot
Washington's birthday, at Peoria. Gov.
Cullora and staff are expected to review
r the troops.
A Sweds in Kockford bas invented
and patented a machine which, it is said,
knlta stockings tn one .pleoc at the rate
of about one a minute. Twelve of these
machines can be operated by one boy, at
a wage of about $4.50 per week. The
actual cost ol knitting Is thus reduced to
sixty, stockings tor one cent. Just think
ot It 1 One hundred and twenty stock
ing! In ten minutes.
. Dr. W. A. 1'ratf, Illinois state fish
commissioner, states that he has now on
handover three million game fish, con
sisting pi California and other -varieties
oi the salmon, which he will distribute
within the next sixty days, to be placed
lathe waters ot this state. These fish
have been donate! to Illinois by the gen
eral' government. Parties wishing a
: anpply should address the eouimUsioncr
. In Stmtor.the Vermilion coal Com-
pasy bas reduced tbe wages of all its
employes who have been working by
tt day or month, both top and bottom
. hands, irotn superintendent down. The
wmges ot the miners are not changed,
-and it ts probable they will eafier no
farther reduction this year. " Tbe Prut
: a-71 too company also contemplates
1 OMBlnjr op a genera store, at which the
' d'aera wilt trade and have their bills de-
darted Iron their monthly pay.
St. Loa BaUlaUL
. Tti Hon.Veha Baker, whose nomma-
t"-- M minuter resident at Veneaula has
t - tssMSweM oj leiegrspn, was horn
111 rca county, Kentucky, 1829. His
Lrvottdt Ht. Clair county. Hit
He has raided in Belle
c'-ice IMS, where he has praetlcsd
tzJoa, the law. fie was elected
-m trern the Bellevilie distnot in
t tarred two terms In succession.
. aed a considerable reputation
tUker, acholar and orator.
i ki private hie has been pore.
- Cats put he baa devoted much
Jt literary and scienUflc
. - 'ntotiaoDemosfflt
i i idre atlsfaetion, we
ULJ CejmbUcsn party of IU
w irtli ho waf warmly recom
mended, and to many of dttfrrent politic
al faith, who sflnilre tic sterling intrjrs
Ity of the man. ..
Got. Cullom on a Stay Law.
in some portions ol thlt stale, the pcv
pie are discussing the Idoa of a special
session of tbe legislature for the purpose
of passing a stay law. A gentleman at
Champaign has been writing to Governor
Cnllom about It, and here I his reply :
tiPBiNOVH'io, III., Jan, 33, 1S78.
DriB Sin Vour lavor ot (lie 30Ui Ins
stant is received. In whiish you suggest
inecial semlon to pass certain measures
for tbe relief of debtors, among which
you recite:. . . - '
1. A reiHtal of the law authorlung con
fessions ol judgment in vacation.
S. A provision tor at - least twelve
months' equity ot redemption in all
cases of foreclosures ot trust deeds 'bud
3. A general stay luw.
4. An extension ot time lor tbe py
uiunt of taxes, ;
I appreciate the condition of affairs
which prompts your suggestions, and
would gladly act upon them if 1 could
be eouvinced that a remedy could be
found In legislation. t
- it docs not seem to me mat tne k'gis
ture has the power to make a change in
the provisions ot existing contracts, as
to the equity ot redomptiotr, and that
any enort in tnat airection wouia ue
1 could not recommend a general stay
law, and the relioi' afforded byanextens
siou ol the tlmetbr tbe payment of taxes
would not compensate tor tne great ex
pen e or an extra sesnion, and the injury
which would result to the charitable ins
stitutions ot the state if the revenue
should not be collected in time to pros
vide for their necessities.
1 recognize lully tbe force of your
claim tor the country press. Ita man
agers create public sentiment and accu
rately portray it : out we can none or us
afford to be purtios to the bitter disap
pointment ot tnu pcopio wnicn would
follow caliiug tbe legislature, and recom
mending the passage of measures which
the courts would declare uuconstitu.
tionsl. Very rtpeetfully,
S. M. CCU.OM.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Vt.utNGTo.v, D. C, Feb. 19. S7fl.
the voib or 48 TO 21
in the senate on Saturday on the tiilrcr
bill Indicates a new financial policy for
the government. It means far more than
the remuneration oi silver. Com lug
soon alter remonetization will be the re
peal ot tbe rcvumption act and a ccm
tlon of high uxes for a rapid reductluii
ot the public debt. Senator Heck's bill
to prevent unduo facreaso of tbe sinking
tnnd will pass.1 Whether or not all these
measures are for the publlo benefit, there
is do doubt that the necessities of the
people are what have induced congress
to do what It bus already done, and to
propose tho further legislation indicated
above. We shall soon know tbe effect
of these various measures. Meantime
there is one thing which! unquestiona
bly would 'produce relic , and which
should not be lost sight of, That Is a '
EDUCTION' OF FKDKRAlj KXPENSKS.
There is no doubt that would enhance
the value of our bonds, stimulate busio
nets, and lessen the price of living.
No question as to the "public faith" is
Involved, and tbe benefits would extend
to all except office-holders and govern
raent contractors, ll the Democratic
majority ot Mm houw would bring about
such a reduction the party would secure
an indefinite lease of power In the coun
Tbe despatch from New Orleans pubs
Halted this morning, that Governor
of the returning board, and Wells, also,
it convicted, is, to say the least, an as
tonishing document. It means that
Wells will not be tried. It certainly in
dlcates a desire to prevent a lull exposure
of the names by which Hayes waa made
president, or a submission on the gov
ernor's part to tbe bolldozlng announced
by Hayes and Sherman. If the governor
wishes to do his whole dulj1 to his state
and to the country, be will not Interpose
between Wells and the penitentiary.
appointed minister to Germany, Is a
Fencsylvanlun, a moderate Republican,
and a man qualilied by a wide European
acquaintance for the place, lie is tbe
only American translator " of the
greatest ot German poems Faust
and Is the valued friend of all the literary
men of tbe nation to wblob he is sent.
This appointment is one eminently fit to
bo made, and Is especially creditable to an
administration which has 10 signally fail
ed in most ol its torelgn appointments.
Many some say at least twenty ven
erable members of the senate were sub
jeett tor missionary labor on tbe part of
on thu night tho silver bill passed. I
have seen no classification of those re
ported to have been "under tbe in
fluence," but suppose that party lines
were not observed. Murphy spoKe next
day, Sunday, on the steps ol tbe eipitol,
bt ojd net fttiuile to the senatorial Jnm
boree. . ,
Gen. Hutlcr says he got '.a plain pro
mise from Mr. Hayes to appoint some
one to a postofflce in Massachusetts, and
before the who ot tbe promise bad died
out In tbe White House another man was
appointed. Tbe general baa goae into
print about it, and threatens vengeance
against everybody who bad a band In
preventing his friend's appointment.
When the general commences to throw
bricks, ot which he said some time ago
his bat was full, the administration will
know what fighting is. The general is a
very able man, and as he hasn't an atom
ot conscience or delicacy, he will not be
choice in the selection of missiles.
Object of Oen Hancook'a Visit to
' f Spgclal t IS IaAlanpoIlt Journal.)
The presence of Gen. Hancock at New
Orleans, and the fact that he li known to
be a personal friend oi CoT.NlohoUs, is
cuisine comment. It ts generally be
lieved that Hancock was sent there by
the president to confer with Jfieholls
about the persecutkm of memhen ol the
raturning board. la this connection, it
ll worthy ol note that Col. Tourtelotte,
ffJI.. ii 1 113 55gggL.liL'iJ.M JUS
of Geo. bberoiauV staff, has gone' to'
Xcw Orlcaiis, as the bearer of )lipBtcha
from Sltproiau to Hancock.
Grain in Btore.
Chicago elevators, as per official re
turns, contain 1,3(13,084 bushels ot wheat,
uhi.titJO bushels of core ; 309,32o bushels
nt oats; 187,043 bushels of rye, and 723,
1)34 bushels ot barley, making a grand
total of 3,119,817 babels, agslust ll'.O.
076 bushels one week ago, and 7,9tf,169
bushels at this period last year.
Vessels in the harbor contain 25C.741
bushels ofwheat, $20,697 bushels of corn
and 105.94J bushels of oats.
Grain In New Vork and Brooklyn eleva
tors yesterday 1 Wheat, 1,600,000 bushels;
corn, 714,000 bushel; oatv, 1,361,000
bushels; rye, 189,000 bushels: barley and
malt, 1,035,000 bushels.
Grain at points named : Buflalo M0.
777 bushels ot wheat and 238,271 bushels
of corn. Oswego 480.000 bushels ot
wheat, 105,000 bushels ol corn and 4,800
bushels ol barley. Baltimore 689,075
bushels ot wheat and 709,006 bushels oi
Visible supply of grain In tbe states
and Canada on the tub instant: Wheat,
9,tf91,292 bushels; corn, 6,009,408 bushels;
oste, 3,297,716 bushels; rye. 786,920 bush
els; barley, 4,181,476 bushels.
Exports from seaboard ports last wk
Include : 75,000 barrels of flour; l,l:n,s
000 bushels ot wheat, 1,109,000 bushels ot
corn; 4,800 bushels ot outs; 24,000 bushels
ot rye; 101,105 bushels of barley; 9,600
barrels ot pork; 17.012,500 pounds ot
bacon, and 9,317,000 pound ot lard.
Milwaukee warehouses are stored with
C67,C95 bushels of wlvul; 3,701 bushel
ot corn ; 33,8 12 bushels of oats; 111.287
bushel of rye. hikI 471,144 buhrl. of
THE GRA88HOPPEB AND COT
MriMirt ill f.iii"iiiolaKl-il torn.
IHIKKI'IH on fluhjwi.
(Wsshlnt-tun (t'eb. IT,) M . Louie (Jlutw-
Tho first auuuol report ol tbe United
States Entomological Commission 1ms
becu completed and submitted to the sec
retary ot the interior. It is an elaborate
and carefully digedted document, and
contains a mass of tacts reacting tbe
migration and habits ol tbe gruexhopiiers,
whose ravages scveru) years ago produced
so much alarm umiigt tho agricultural,
tats ot tbe west. Much Outs is given
concerning the iinmeiiKe swarms of these
bisects which gather in the Vellowntone
nppcr Missouri region, thence take their
flight toward? the valley ot the Misola
slppi. It shows conclusively that the
pest Is nut beyond the tope of human in
genuity in the restriction of its ravage,
and dumonntrates that Ihctr absolute tie
strnctlon may lie accomplished. The ares
subject to the devastation ol the insect
Is set down ns upwards ot 1,000,000
Bquare miles of the Mississippi, and ex
tending in a northwesterly direction Into
British America. Tbcro hss ixcn cor
respondents with the Dominion govern
mcnt looking to a co-operation upon
their part in the continuation of there in
vestigations. No definite reply will be
made to such proposition, however, until
it is known what action comrres may
take as to tho continuation 01 the com
mission, and tho appropriation of sulA
cient funds to carry on tbe work.
The report also contributes some ins
tcrcsting information ou tho subject of
the cotton army worm ana suggests an
extension of the labors of the commission
to the field of operation of this pest. It
is generally stated that the losses In tbe
south from this insect aggregate not less
than S20,000,0(o annually, ir the com
mission Is continued, they expect to be
able to lend valuable aid to the agricot
tural Interests of tne country by their
researches into tho nativity and habits
of tbe In toot pot 01 tbe eouth nod west,
How John Bherman Saved Money
Tecumseb protests that he will itarvs
it he does not continue to receive $15,000
and the extras, though he la not under
one-halt the expense ot his brother, John
Sherman, secretary ot the treasury, who
now receives about $3,000 per year, and
leas than that while senator from Ohio
John saved money while a senator,
tnougn nis expenses were large, and to
day be is woilh a comfortable fortune,
variously estimated at from $000,000 to
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wboltsul ndBtit Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WIN12K OF AIX KIXJS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MKSSRS. SMYTH A CO., live conatantly S
targe Htock ol tbe heat good! in ttin ur-
t, aaa gmpttu tttention to 11111 wnoic
ale brsiiph or ue basineM.
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUB BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, ANO CIGARS
Constantly on hand. AUo hss constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
FIR TIT IT,
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.,
At WaoIesAle asi RaUll.
Al th Old Delmonico llottl,
51m Jfo. ftS Ohio Iicvee
S AFFORD, MORRIS,
Uy Kttlooal lUak Bulldlaf , abstain.
The Oldest IJUatUUW Agaasy u leaskaa
Qllaoia, sa ttfNMMiag evtf -
. OUR MOTTC: " The Bcst'Occds at the lowest Priee "
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
OSi- JCK1 QX CD J32HCU. m -SJ,
( . aa . f
Dry Qoods, Soots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cofiees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull tine of t'urpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Lading and Misses' Hoots,
This stock is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trndtt.
O.ir Stock emhraces everything needed in the City or Country, In Groceries or pry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and prices belore you buy.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. It.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
Trains laave Cairo
!:'in p.m. Ktet Express, arriving in .St.
Lmii h-M p. m.; Chicago, s.ui.
J:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOX713
V1LLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
MUa, 8.25, a.m.: Indianapolis, 1:15 a.m.;
rs!Hena;uri hy Ibis train arrive at above
Of ART 0TBKB ROUTE.
il:'IO,r- m. raft Mail wltti ilseper tttacU
ed, for ST. LOCI3 and CU1CAOO,
arriving in 8t. Louts at 6:30 a.m. Cbi
caso at 4.30 p.m.'. CeDnectlnc at Odin
or KDiDEbtm tor Ciurianntl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fkhsentrers by this line go through to
the East without any delay cm1 hy
The HATUltDAK AFTERNOON 'JKA-IN
KHO.H CAIBO AEUIVE8 IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOKlLU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER KOUTS.
Advertifwmenu U competing huts that
lltey mk betur ttua ibao this ene, are
ara issued aithei throuKb fgoorano wr a
desire to ruielaadthe publlu.
tot throu(b tlckats aud information,
pply at lUluols Cenrsl R. H. Depot, Cairo.
TaaiKS iuii At OAiao
Cif rw ..Si'K) p m
lail .....1:45 a. u,
- Ccn'l Southorn'Aittl
J. Ll. Jonih, Tlckit Airt.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
THE tnlat by this road connect i.t St. Louig
and JCutHt. louiB, wltb allcUier liuu to
tbe Nurth, EmI aud Weal.
TIME SOUXDtTLE .
Through Kxpress Leave, Cairo S -.30 e m.
" ' Arrived E.St. Louie 6;1S p.m
Cairo 1:4A p.m
aiut linyirioro Ac:omiTiouaiion Arrive,
Throng U LtpreM Leave I B. St. I.ui V a,m
" Arrives at uelro o;4ii
Murphyetoro AccoiliaoiUtloa Leave
MurphvU)ro........... i;IO a m
Murphysboro Acconuueuation Arrives .
at lro. ....... ...w... ...... mm. tM, ,,.. 1220 p.ra
EMEMBER The Cairn ami M. Louie
Il.lt. U the ONXY A I.L KAIL ttOLTE tie.
tweva Cairo and Hi. Louie oiuteroar mnn-
eyement ; therefore there are ao del.iye at wny
stationi awaiting connections from othrr lines.
ehould not bay thiir tiekrte aatil the; bava t-
amincu our inn huu ruuira,
F. C KUKLL, U T. WIIHI.OCK,
Freight Ait. Paesenger Airent,
L.M. JOUON.ttu'l Manager.
l.ir.VBER COS TK ACT.
City Clkkk'.i Oiticr, )
: Cairo, Ul reb'y. 14, 1878.
HvtiltU proposals will be rveivcd at tuis
offloa until aix o'clock, p.m., of Tuesday,
March fi, 1878, tor furnishing1 suuh lum
ber a tho eity may require lor the cur
rent flucul year ciidlrig DcccmbcrUl, 1878.
SttUl lumbtir to bo ot coon and sound
white or burr oak, vlte or yellow pino
or cypres, and trae Irtotrl sap or unsound
knot, anil ot such disunions as may be
required, and to be 'delivered In such
quantities, times and' places within tho
corporato limits as ihe committee on
streets may direct.
Tho right to rejcol
any or all bids is
reserved. J . 11. l'iins, City Clerk,
)lv virtue of two laaUlh tn me directed, by
the clerk of the nprame, court ioulhtro grand
rtlvlelon at Mount Vernoi, lu the nine of llll-H
neit, muvor or John v Aoregnt c ail. ann
againit Jaton B. Smith at ale., I have levied
open the following daeoi feed property, to-wit i
Lot foorMea(U) la blockelevt-n (11) t lota twen-tT-eia
(W), tweaty-eefeil (27) and twenty
ght m, in block eavm-wo (K leU thirty
one aud thirty-two MU tu bluc't twenty-ela
U). All the above described property ii eltn
aud In the city of Cairo, toanty of AJindr,
and etata of lllinola, whlJh I shall offer for sale
at pnblio vendue at tbe frnt, or west ooer of
UMOoarthenH.iaUM eit of Cairo, eoanty of
Alexander and titi w of Mlnois, oa the:itdy
of rebroery, 178, at 14 o'cloek a.m. 1W4
thlst.airo.lU., lsuruay of Jannary, A.u. isth.
v ir aaiary by dtvotlng S very small Dortlon ol
er leiMrs ium to nay Mtseeet. I 4 aal ac
peat yoa U eaavasa for Hy oeltbratcd Beatty's
rlaaaa aad Orgaas anle see at to i bat ike
aervtoa 1 awJra of joy (a both mssm aad
Cloths, Curtain lamaiks.
Children's Shoes, Cent' Boots and Shoe
Orders for Coal by th oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for ahipnient
promptly attended to.
; To large - oonaumera and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OMeoa whri tvMt. foot of Sixlli Straet.
Oniee ot UalUiUy Urotben, opuoaito fit.
Ktrrputn JIllli, Twentieth itm-t.
Coal Damp, fool of TliirtT-elgalli street, or
fouOfltrt. drawer 300
lANltFACTUHEB ASD DKALEB IN
Mr. Block desires to call the attentlon'ot
tbe Fublie to the fact that He bas al
ways on bands largf, new and taiblonnbie
stocs ox reaay-meue cusiota noou bbo
Sioi rrhlch be will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call On Bun At
eS,Iitl .1. li Wd & Cos, An.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
ffall Paper, Window Qlasa, Win
dor Shades, &c
always on band, the eelebrstcd Ulumlnall
Oornur BUyeath Street and Waabl
. AUBOI1A OIL,
Vana On tbe flmt ilny nt April. 1STC,
Kruiua ;nlne awl itobrt 11. Canine, her hue
baud, mailo, exeaited, acknowledged, and de
liverel, lu ilre. Caeele Wllllanu, now Mn.
CasHio Dripe, a certain Sale mortgage on lot
No. three (.1), In black No. twenty-nine (f ) in
ripdyke 4 ilyer'i adilltion, to the city oi ( hea
ter, in the county of Uandolph and Klate ef 111)
noie, to secure tli payment or four certain ore
misftory notes eaecnttid by eaid Hubert 11.' rn
ine. dated April I, l7t,ffrtwo hundred dollan
each, peyshle in throe, nix, sine and lltteen
niontbe, reiiwctivuit , from tU dto Ux'reor.
with ten peroent, ,lntfrrt tmti thu Uoum there
of ; which eoid mortgnge w duly recorded
April , ls7C, the recordtr'e nffine In eaid Ran
dolph county, in book No. one (I) ot leeeve,
ax., on page tol : and ,
V ubmah, Sid morUsge provides amonc
olber thing tor tbe taJe, by thu eaid awrtgagee,
of saidlotaad sU tho right mid equity of w
dempttna therein of lbs sl4 grsntors. In nun
ot dttaolt in thepayfnv&l of the taid note or
any art thereof ; and - . ..
WiiinaAg, Tbe time for tbe payment of the
said notea.and each of them has long eiuee elaps
ed, aud there now remains dne on tie luat three
ot tbe shove mentioned note tbe inm of ill hun
dred and fourteen dollars and Ave eenta (OlLw.)
Now. therefore, notloe is hereby given tbal,
on Thursday, Uiel7tb day of January, 1S7, at
tbe door of the eoart bense la said city of Cbeeter
at tbe boor ol two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
underalgned will otter said prwnieeelor sale to
the higbeet bidder for caeh la hand and on mak
ing eaid eale, will atake. execute, and deliver to
the narrhaser good and sufficient deed therefor,
rormerly Cassis Williams .
Is hereby glyea to Joshua Q. Mall as adiklnlt'
trator de bonis non of the estate of Hesea Clark,
deceased, end Edwin Rrainard of the pendency ,
la tbe Clrenit Court of Alexander eonaty, 1U1
aeia, of a bill la ehaocery to toreelose a mort
gage, wherein yoa, toget'ier with Chauncey N.
nhiDman, Loulu N. Hhtpmtn, Jos nb W.
Dreel and Charles Kdward Tracy , as Kaoetv
en of tbe Cairo aad Vinoeanea railroad, and the
Cairo and Vino lanes railroad otinpany are de
fendants, and Charles O. itolten, a Kecelver of
el "Ue Mtttnel Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, la complainant s sad that the summons
ia sall eatue is returnable on tbe drat day ot the
ike January term, A. li. 1171, of said Court to
be aolden st tte Court Hoots, la th city of
Cairo, la said eeaaty, oa tke ant Monday of
bsh Donio. ieiea nov. in, uii.
JHH A. BCCVk rU.li.ruM lnmt
Samvu. P. Wcaasaa, toUeltof of Voaalalat
SIGN OF THE -GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors fisadj for tie kl,
, Lubricating Oils
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, ITcatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Keroaeno Can .
Tho Only Perfoot Can ia
the World. Made of Olaas
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Forco Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson nd
PuArlon VAa coll at tfiaip rtrlrn
Agency and Depot for Avers and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon' s
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHTNE
LatwkI bought s 10 cent package of WasWns and Oons my w thing In one hall
the usual time st lees than kalfiha cost ol Eosp. Hy elotbes were whiter. 1 did tiol
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my wooIodh, and for once I was enabled to grt s
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try It, sod you tlU save labor, time and money. It i
perfectly safe to u It. U RS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHTNE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' m&T0
. 11 S.l !
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
" Tho Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes .
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
lare Imported Bay llnni, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap Engllwh and American Soap Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal liottlew or In Broken Qnantl- ,
I flftst mm wan foil n TYU nvfM.
j w-w wm
Bay, ITocr Psrefjo
At Barolayo' Drus Storo.
ICll CTT3 V
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the. U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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