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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
; WAacJTON, D. C, Fub. 21.1S78.
It Governor Nicbolls, ot Louisiana,
understandi that be Is pledged to pardon
ANDERSON AMD WKLLS,
: be ought to pardon ttiera. But he has
" no power nor right to prevent the con-
Vicuuu wi iieiie. sn ,..
cornea only after conviction, and if he
interfere with th trial he not only
travels out oi the line ot bin duty, bat
doei what he could not bare been under
itood an promising to do. For the bene
fit or an administration that baa do claim
to office except auch claim as Is bancd
on the frauds o! Wells and .his gang, I
wish to see thefiullt ot these men made
of record. Ue ought not to leavo a
possibility that any man shall say here
after there was any doubt In the matter.
There ta said to bo abundance of proot in
the case of Wells. Governor Nicbolls
should not prevent Us going on file.
The vote of 48 to 31 In the senate on
the sliver bill was a surprise even to the
friends ot the measure. The only change
ot Importance from the bill as introduced
by Representative Bland was the striking
outot the tree
Whether we like It or not, this large vote
probably maris the commencement of a
new financial policy. It precedes a re
peal of the resumption act und the ailop
, tlon of Senator Beck's proposal to pre
.Tent any greater Increase than Is ab
solutely necessary under the law ot the
sinking fund. What eflect these and
other measures may have upon the la
mentable condition of the people remains
to be seen; but the people's necessity was
the one plea which made the silver bill
suooesstul, and which will, most likely.
carry through the other measures. If
the bouse shall still insist, notwithstand
ing this "cheapening of money," on rigid
economy in government expenses, and
business shall revive to anything like the
extent prophesied by the silver men, the
country will soon be out of the startling
condition of . '
BKOGARY AND BaXKRCl'ICV.
In which it Is. New England was solid
in Its opposition. Senator Blaine did,
Indeed, create a sensation by arguing in
favor of a halt way measure, but It was
well understood to be one of his efforts
to obtain attention to himself. lie re
reralrids one of that citizen of Arastoolt
county, In Mr. Blaine's own Bute ot
Maine, who painted hUcottasre white, as
all bis neighbors did, and then painted
the trimmings black. lie was bound to
have his bouse looked at whether It was
handsome or not.
I am honestly glad to chronicle
BAYARD TAYLOR'S AFPOINTMENT
to the German mission. By what bappy
aoeident Mr. Ilayes selected the right
man tor a place so Important, I don't
know, but he has at once gratitkd nearly
very good American and done honor to
one entirely fit and worthy. Mr. Taylor
will be confirmed by unanimous vote
In the senate, and bis greeting In Gur
many will be hardly lets warm than our
' manllostatlont ol feeling at parting with
; him, Tbe biographer ot Goeihe and the
finest translator of Goethe's noblest work
can hardly tall to create for the country
ha will represent the liveliest sentiments
ot regard from all classes of Germans.
REPRESENTATIVE DaLI, 01 MAINE,
, has thought it worth while to announce
: to the publio that be cannot longer sup
port tbe administration, and that he will
speak on that subject The place for
Hale since March 4, 1877, If his place Is
of any consequence, has been in the op,
position. There was nothing in his
. record or bis connections and the "con
nectlons" in this case are as tbe cart
wheel to tbe fly which should hare
made him follow the administration.
The bill to pension survivors of tbe
. late Mexican war was up tbe other day
, and the indications are tnat If it can be
kept out ot politics, it will past. Mr,
Powers, of Maine, Is the only member ot
the house who has so tar made any op
position. He said all that could be said
' against the bill, and said It well.
1 ' ' Hilton.
-A.m Important Decision.
ine louowing important point was
recently decided by tbe United States
stupreme court: "No. 0C9, Tenoyer vs.
NefL Error to tbe circuit court fur the
district of Oregon." In this case tbe
court held that a sale ot land belonging
Peoooyer, in tbe state ot Oregon, on
execution In pursuance of a judgement
. obtained against him in tbe state court
cpoo aervioe by publication, he being at
. tbe time a non-resident ot tbe state, was
"jl . nullity, and did not aflect his right of
rroperry. A personal Judgement re-
ccrjrod lit a state court, upon such a
crrJoe, It Is aald tbe defendant being
t-cxLfaU is fold, and does not an
,Cciy Ml f property lound within
lis state. .Mr. Justice: Field delivered an
derate opinion, reviving the jurladlo
' Csto U state tver tbe persons and
, rrsri? of on-rssldtnts, affirming the
Cardinal Pecci Elected to the
Antecedents and History of the
Roa, Feb. 20 Cardinal Glvachinel
Feed, pontJlkal tamerlengo, has been
elected pope. Cardinal Peccl Is an
Italian. He assumes the title Leo XIII
New York, Feb. 20. A dispatch
from Iconic says that the operations of
the sacred conclave culminated In a bal
lot taken this morning between 10 and
11 o'clock In the election of Cardinal
Joachim Peccl, who assumes the title ot
Pope Leo X 111. The jconclave has been
in session since Monday evening. As
only two ballots daily have been taken
Cardinal Peccl was chosen on the third
ballot. The moderates hesitated between
Cardinals Franchi and Pecci, but con
Aiding elements became harmonized,
and the result was the election of the lat
ter. The announcement to the people
was made, with the' prescribed formal
ities and ceremonies, troui thu Vatican,
and created Intense excitement, although
elusion that an Italian cardinal would be
the choice, of tbe conclave.
AXTKCKDKXTS OV TBX 'BW POPE.
London. Feb. 20. The Koine corres
pondent of the Timet In a letter to that
Journal ofthe date of the 14th of the pres
ent month spoke as follows ot Cardinal
Peccl, to-day elected pope: Peccl has a
fine head, hiyh forehead, narrowing at
tho temple?, long face and straight leas
tures. He has a large Thouth, large chin,
cheerful, open countenance and large,
well-shaped ears. Ills face reminds one
of Coubulvi, tbe renowned minister ot
Pius VII. He has a flue, sonorous voice;
great dignity, even austerity, of manners
in public lile, but privutely is aflectlouate,
unassuming and witty. As canusrleneo,
he has bi-en tbe head of the party, which,
without iormally renouncing the right
ot tho holy see, acknowledges the wisdom
of submitting to the decrees of Provi
dence, accepting what seems to be Irre
vocably accomplished facts. The general
opinion is that for learning, tact, energy,
dignity, amicability, real moral worth
and sincere piety the Sacred college could
not find a more deuerviug pope than
Cardinal Peccl. At Perugia be followed
the same policy recommended by the late
Cardinal Eiarls Sforza. At Naples he
advised good Catholics to fulfill their
duties as citizens at municipal and pro
vincial elections even when the clerical
press, professing to Interpret much ot
the Vatican, enjoined the policy of ab
etcntion. Cardinal Peccl spoke with
great effect against tbe proposal for
removal of the conclave from Rome and
other measures advocated by the re
actionary party. lie enjoys tbe confi
dence aud support of the liberals or at
least a reasonable majority of them, of
the Sacred college, and plays tbe same,
part as was sustained by Cardinal Gizzl
lu me conclave orio. Cardinal Peccrs
private lile at ali periods is above re
proach. He bas considerable literary
talent and has written poetry. He has
never had Intercourse with functionaries
ot the present Italian government, but
Is esteemed by tiiem all and those with
whom tbe necessity ot. bis duty brings
hi ra Into contact are perfectly charmed.
FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT OV THE ELEC
Home, Feb. 20. The smoke of burning
ballots having been seen at 12:30 p. m.,
tosday, the crowd beiore the Vatican
thinking the ballot was again without
result had almost dispersed, when at
1:15 Cardinal Cateronl appeared In tho
grand gallery of the Vatican basilia and
announced In customary formula Cardi
nal Pecci's succession to the papacy.
The few bystanders cheered most ens
thuslastically, and a large crowd soon as
sembled, densely thronging the open
space before tbe Vatican and approaches
thereto. At 4:30 the newly elected pope,
surrounded by all the cardidals, ap
peared In the inner gallery of the Basil
ica. The crowd vociferously shouted,
'Long live the pope." Tho holy father
at length made a signal tor slllcnce, then
intoned the bcnedicite and pronounced a
benediction. After this, cheering was
renewed and contlnved until the pope
CIRCUMSTANCES OF TUB ELECTION.
The circumstances ot the election are as
follows: At this morning's ballot Car
dinal Peccl received 36 votes, which was
five short of tbe requisite two-thirds ma
jority. When tbe voting was finished
and the papers were burned, Cardinal
Franchl and those holding tbe same
views with blm advanced and knelt be
lore Cardinal Pecci. This example being
followed by others. Cardinal Pecci's elec
tion was accomplished by the method
known as "by adoration." Count Segur
immediately Informed tbe pope that be
proposed to present blm with one million
fraucs as tbe first donation .of Peter's
pence from tho French episcopate. As
soon as the result of the election became
known bells in all tbe Cathollo churches
were rung aud diplomats went to tbe
Vatican to congratulate the new pope.
Tbe cardinals will remain in the Vatican
until to-morrow. Perfect order prevails
Complication! Fro4uoed by Be
cent Court Decision.
Kw York Tribune.
Tbe recent Illinois supreme court de
cision concerning tbe right ot cities to
anticipate taxes and Issue- bonds for
loans tnus createu, nas sersously affected
Chicago's indebtedness to New York
financial Institution. For many years
the American nnm Bank ima hmn
the fiscal agent ot Chfcajro. and most of
us loaui nyo own negotiated there,
An omciai or tun Dank states that
tho debt , . of Chicago, which was
created by the fjsue of bonds
tor their payment, until recently was
over $3,000,000, and the amount now due
In thli ilf r tha navmanf r at.ik i. u.i
In abeyance by the reoent decision Is
$480,000, most of wblob 1 due tbe Amer-
I loan eicnsoge panic, a on trouble In tbe
financial affairs of Chicago was brought
about bv a tax-paver who refused to pay
his tax assessment, and he sued to pay out
a mandamus to prevent tbe city authori
ties from making any more loins, on the
ground that the now constitution pr hlb
Red the anticipation ol morn than 5 per
cent, ot the taxes, which has m en done
It it also stated that the bonds toued lor
he aslloan made In this city, bv an
oversight, fail to mention out of
what year's taxes they are to he paid.
This otntsslnn make (hem somcwhnt
defective. It Is Im-M by some that, all
temporary loans that ha v tx-en obtained
bv Lhlcaio. for ine payment or wnicn an
excess over 6 per cent, ol the taxe of
any one year is pinifpd. aru iiiegHi and
void, and that preclwly how the ChlOHiro
oHWhIs can meet Ihrlr eutstanding In
indebtedness or secure lonns so run the
departments Is a puzzle. .A prominent
bank official s'ates that unless the money
now due Is paid, not a dollar further ill
be loaned to Chicago and all her credits
here will be attache J.
TEE ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
Annual Report of tho Direr tr ol
ftcaullB ol Economical Manage-neiU-Kerclpta
Divlu?ul The connection.
The annual report of tbe directors of
the Illinois Central railroad to the sroeks
holders, just published, shows briefly a
There has been a much Improved re
sult for 1877, chiefly owing to the great
economy in expenditures. The net earn-
J4Ul,Vo.U over 1S7U. Owing to twU
weather and wet roads, tne traaic uu
not have the benedt of a large crop, the
dividend dates have boen changed fiom
February aud August to March aud .Sep
tember. The net receipts lor 1877, from
train e and lands, amounted to S2.G54,-
01)7.38. From tlii- ww paid two 'i per
cent, dividend, $l,lno.000 and the Inter
est on tbe funded dent, 582,900.41). leav
ing a balance ot ? Dll.niO M. Deducting
tho sum di -burned tor permanent
expenditure! in llliuoi-, $73,603.1)0. and
tne amount ueu io esiaousu toe
Insurance fund, $48,000, there remained
a balance unapplied 1M!. 3Ur, 18,7. oi
$790,103.19. The balance brought for
ward from the year's income amounts to
nearly a third dividend. During the
year, SIM.OCO bonds were paid, reduo
ting the funded debt to $10,60S.0H0. The
consideration given tor the (prscticully
permanent) control of the (iilinin. Clin
ton aud Springfield road was $1,000,000
tollliunis Central 6 percent, currency
bonds, to be issued in the conrtm of the
next monih, secured by a mortgage on
the 113 miles of road between (j'.lman
and Springfield. The report expresses)
great expectations jroui
THE NEW ORLEANS CONNECMOX;
says that In Iowa the Indications of pub
lie sentiment toward ruilro..ds arc more
favorable, and announce that fort closure
proceedings against the Toledo, Peo-la
and Warsaw railroad ar iu progress;
depreciates the outlay of money to carry
on the contest between water and rail
routes to the east; says Chicago h and
must continue to be tbe great Inland port,
and concludes with an allusion to the
election ol W. K. Ackcrmun to the pres
idency ot the road.
The report ol trafilc-inaimirer Joseph
F. Tucker gives the following compara
tive statement of earnings for the years
1877 and 1870:
1177. roadi. ToUl. 1S7S.
Fiekht, 4.U68.7-r2 t),W .AWb tl,7tf.3'4
1'aae gr. l.w.'Jli l,w,9; i.wt.in
Tottl..$t,lU,e IMf,W) S8,fct,8W f!,0M,M
The report of Superintendent Edward
T. Jeffery shows a decrease In operonnn
expenses of $723,190.(51 Icr the year 1877.
1 he report or tor. imid eominiioiier
Shows llmr ilnrlnir tlm ywiir 1ST7 il.ru
were sold 8.811.57 acres ot Hie donated
tods to 204 persons for $02,810 31. The
total sales of donated landa were $2 309.-
719.07 acres, leaving Unsold 380.2SO 33
The nnnnal meeting of shar-holders
will take place at Ch ago on tbe last
Wednesday or May next.
A PEOPHE3T KILLED.
No Depreciation of Bondsi by the
Silver Bill's Passage.
London, February 19. The Timet says
that United b:atea funds have surprised
many people by adviuclng instead ol
falling on receiving the news that the
silver bill had ped In a manner that
will Insure lis becoming a law lu much
its prevent shape. We have always
said the publio were not selllnir the
stock to any appreciable extent,
and the weakness which has now
and then characterized the bonds whs
due, as much as anything, to the passing
fears ot dealers and speculators in selling,
which only made the market harder;
hence, on receipt ot better New York
prices, and because tne worst was now
known, the market naturally rose by the
mere efforts of those who had sold to buy
pacK. jiesiaes it hub been noticed that
the limitation put upon the quantity ot
silver that may be coined within a given
time Is lttelt tantamount to making silver
a suusiuiary coinage at all events, lor
some considerable, time. So there is lit
tle alarm felt, and holders stick to their
bonds. The only thine that will lower
the prices of these or any other high class
eioca jum now is ucarer money.
THE EASTERN QUESTION.
ISpecUl by Cable to the St. Louie Kepubllcan.
THB COMIXO I.NTER.V1TIO.VAL CONGRESS.
London, Feb. 21,5 a. m. The pro
spects (or the early asccmhllnjr ol the
congress are not flattering. Russia la
hastening- negotiations for peace at Adria
nople, and also concentrating large
masses ot troops In Iloumanla, as If anxi
ous to provide against any possibility of
Austria cutting ofl her
Or COMMCNICATlO.f .
From Vienna come disquieting rumors as
to Austria's warlike preparations, and al
together the prospect is not as peaceful as
bad been hoped. It Is expected that the
congress will be delayed by Russia until
tbe treaty with Turkey is signed, and
then that the treaty will be Insisted on as
t basis for the discussions of the con
gress. It Is now regarded as probable
AUSTRIA WILL OIV WAT
to Russia finally and leave England to
protect her own Interests alone. It
would be not at all surprising to see
England forced to withdraw her fleet or
go to war without allies, as neither
Prince Bismarck nor Oortschakofl will
attend the congress. If held, It will not
have tbe Importance which was at first
expected for It, and this announcement
la regarded as even foreshadowing Its
possible total abandonment
L in an m.
alataiaa St rstiaa Ok, Ml hntotf, r TefS.
I IP fltlMMt CUmh IISmS iln. tmm
OUR' MOTTI: " The Best
Corner ith Street and Commercial Ave.
J3DII CD J3i2 LESS ?I39
'Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, Eats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' boots,
-. JfJat'viMPilrfil v New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Uoodj. Please give tw a call, exanfmb fcur'goouTaWi'iflujltry. in Groceries or Dry
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis. & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Zve Oalro
!:30 p.m. Fast .Express, arriving in .St.
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, t.m.
1:20 p.ra, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VxLLE J'AST LINE
Arriving n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
vtlle, 8:3S, a.m.i Indianapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
tariigcrs by this train arrive at above
07 AST OTfiZB K0UIK.
iLTO'p. m. fast Mail witb aleepers attach
ed.' (or 81'. LuULs and CU1CAGO,
arriving In St. Louli at 0:80 a.m. 'Jbi
uko at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odia
or Elttngtuui lor Cincinnati, LouUviile
FAST TIME EAST
.'a8eDt.'ra by Mil line go th'ouirti to
tbe Ec without any delay . aue-J by
Die SAl UitlJ.W ArTEltNlJUN TKAIN
r'KOM CA1KO AK-1VW IN NEW
VuUK UuNUAY MO(lIU
A r 10- 6
J6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
UK NY OTUEti K. UTE.
ibt-y m ktt tieif-r I me tlim tliN un j, ar
are in-Ufl either tbruut-h lg' orance ,.r a
dlre Ui uiiMlcad Hie i.uolic.
ror throufu tickwtit and InlornmMnn,
ijply at Mino ( titnril K It Urp.it. Cairo.
THAIRD AUHITI T I'.IIO
Ciprv ... - "i p in
J. H. .love-. Tii-ket At.
C1IR0 & ST. LOITIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
THE trnim by this rotd connect 1 1 8t. Louie
and KaetSl. Louis, with all cUier line to
tu S vrtli, Eaat aud Weal.
TIME SCHEDULE .
Through Expreu Leaves Cairo S :S0 a.m.
" " Arrivei E. Si. Louli 5 :15 p.m
Murphytboro Accommodation Learee
Cuiro ...... 1;45 p.m
Muriihyaboro AiTommodutkn ArriTee
at Jiurphvborj .... g ;30 p.m
Thrcigu Cxpieti Lenvee E. ft. L.uij Va,m
" Arrive at Cairo 6;.ri p.m
Murphvaboio Accommodation Lcavca
Murphviboro.... S;4Q a.m
Murphyiboro Accommodation Arrives
at Cairo-... 12,20 p.m
T? EMEMBER The Cairo ami t. Louie
JLU U.H. u UwuM.r ALL HAIL Utjl ft be
tween Cain and St. Louis under one man
agement; therefore there are no delays at way
stations awaiting connections from other lines.
FasienKers Going North. Xortheast and West
should not buy their tickets until they b.ive ex
amined our rates and routes.
V. C It HELL, i;. T. WIIITLOCK,
Freight A?t. Paaivnuer Agent.
L. M. JOUX30N, lien'l Manager.
i.i'm uek contract.
Citt Clekk's Ofkicb.
Cairo, Ills., Feb'y-1 . 1W8.
rklcd proposals will he reeeived at this
otlioe until six o'clock, p.m., of I ucsday,
March 5, 1878, tor furnishing sueh Itiui
ber as the city may require lor the cur
rent nwil year ending December 81, 1878.
Said lumber to be ol good and sound
white or burr oak, white or yellow pine
or cypress, and free from sap or unsound
knots, and ot such dimensions as may be
required, and t be delivered In such
quantities, times and places within the
corporate limits us tbe committee on
streets ma? dlrecl.
The right to reject any or all Md Is
reserved. J. B. f uillis, City Clerk.
My virtu of two fee bills to me directed, by
the clerk of the sup w tne court leathern grand
division at Mount Vernon, in the stats of Illi
nois, in favor of John O. Ahrtght et als. and
anainst Jason B. Bruitn et ale., I bay levied
npen ths lollowmKdeeorlbed property, to-wit i
lOt fourteen (14) In l4ockelevenlll) lots twen-ty-ls
()), twenty-seven (i7) and twenty,
eight (51, in bl ick seventy-two (72) i lU thirty
one and thirty-two IM), In block twenty-six
All the above described property Is situ
ated In the city of Cairn, county of Alexander,
and state of Illinois, which I shall offer for sal
at publio vendue at ths front, or West aoor of
the eourlhnuse, la the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and Stale of Illinois, on the 21st day
of February, 1K7S, at 10 o'clock a.m. I'sted
this Cslro.llL, lSlhday ol .tannery. A.D. 17.
MB.td i '
ir alary by devoting a wry small uorilon ol
our leisure time to my Interest. .1 do not ex-
Devitvnnin Minn fnrmv oeleh rated Iteattv's
I rianos and Urgmas unlets you see fli to 1 but tn
esTVio 1 require of jroa Is bow pleasant aatl
prDnutiiie. run psnicuiars it. Aaurese
DANIEL V. uXATl'X, Waahlaitea, M. i
Goods at the Lowest Price "
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gent' Boots and Shoes
Orders for Coal by tht car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tbe
month or year, at u a. form rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office od wh irt iot foot of Sixth itrnet.t
Otliee o. iUUIiluy Urotfter, oioaite St.
KkyiiiuM Mills, Twentieth treet.
O l Hump f.iot of I biriv-eigtith itreet, or
Hon otlt.v ilmwcr
MANI'KA' TCHEIt AND Dr ALEH I.N
CTJ3TOLI 11 AD E
Mr. nick desireM to ca'l tbe attention ot
the l'ulilio to 1 be lact that be. tias al
wiiysun bnnda Krif-, new md tam.ionabie
mock ol raoy-niale custom lioou and
Shoe- Aliich he will i-ell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call On Him At
3:oMEigith St. Bsl, WasL & Com. A79.
Paints, Oils, Varmshes
Vail Paper, Windovr Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o
Always 00 band, the celebratod lUunjhiatl
Oornar Klerenth Street and Waehl
Wiiirias. On the first day of April, 1S78,
Emma Canine and Uobert 11. Canine, her bus
band, made, exesuted, auknowltdged, and de
llverel, to ilrs. Lassie WilUanu, now airs.
Caesie Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (:I),ln block No. twenty-nine (al In
Opdyke A Myer's aihlition, to the city ol Cbes
tur, in the county of Randolph and 4uteol llli
nois, to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory notes executed by said Hubert H. Can
ine, duled April 1, 170, lor two hundred dollar
each, payable In three, six, nine and fliteen
months, retuectiveli, from the dates thereof,
witb ten pcrci nt, Interest from tho dotes there
of; which eald mortgage was tlnly recorded
April 0. 1871, the recorder's olllce In eald Kan
dolph county, In book No, one (11 ot leases.
Ac, on page 29S: and
WiiEiutA.s, Said morurage provMee among
other thing for the sale, by the aald mortgage,
of said lot and all the-right and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
ot delsult in the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
vYuhbsas, 'the time for th payment of tha
said notes, and each of them has long sine elaps
ed, and tbore now remains due on the last three
ot the above mentioned notes the turn of six hun
dred and fourtn-a dollars and Ilvs cents (GU.oi.)
iow, therefore, aetioe is hereby given that,
on Thursdsy, theUth day of January, 1S7H, at
the door of the court house in said city of Chester
at th hoitrol two o'clock p.m. of said day, ths
nnilersigned will ofier said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder tor cash in hand and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, ami deliver to
Uie purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor.
Formerly Cassis Williams
Is hereby given to Joshua O. Hall as adminis
trator de bun is non or th estate of Hoeea Clark,
deceased, and Eilwin Uraluard ofthe pendency,
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to foreclose a mort
gage, wherein you, toget erwilh Chauncey N,
Milnman, Louisa N. Hhtpman, Jos ph W.
Ureael and Charles Edward Trscy, as Receiv
ers of the Cairo and Vluosnnes railroad, and ths
Cairo and Vlnoinma railroad company are de
fendant, antl Charles C. Holten, a Receiver Of
ol ''the Muln.l Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, Is complainant i and that the summons
In sai l cause I returnable on ths Aral dayot the
tks January terra, A. U. IS7S, ot mid Court to
be hohlen at It. Court Uouse, In the city of
Cairo, la ssid county, on the first Mundsy of
said month. Dated Nov. 37th, 1S77.
JOHN A. UEEVsj. Clerk of said Conrt
Sauvsi, i. WaaBLKa, Solicitor ofCosiplalnt
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Brashes, !
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Cta-Saij for lis Bmsl, ,'
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
a.ci oil. Heatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia Ka.-ossne Can.
The OalyPerfeot Can ia
thi World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Currodo or Break.
Evory family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
by Wilson and
at their prices
Eveden. We sell
Agency and Depot for
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc- !,J
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Washins and (lone toy wishing In one lull
tlie usual time at lee than bait tbe cost ol Bosp. My eloibei were whlier. 1 did not
bave to rub tbem, and it d. not thriok my woolnos, and for one I Was enabled to K"
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles tiy It, and you will save labor, tine and money. Iti
perfectly safe to use It. MttS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Suy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
CLnlAn-n T.inn aflnlncrno Of Exquisite Fragrance
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for. Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blankiner. 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 SarsaparJIla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills, j
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Kubber 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
luro Imported Bay Rum, Splendid Canada Tnr
Soap English and American Soaps Fine Im
- ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottles or In Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at loir prices.
Buy Your BeuQG ;
At Barclayo' Drag Sioro
l U II
tl II M I
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. 3, STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tho
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
p ; 1 ov
r" -. .,Y S
Avers' and Jaynes' Medi
Fever P ills
at Dr. Woods' Prices.