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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
rifc-htlnv tbe War Over Afalu-The
Work r latlBUdatlon-Tb Mllvor
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Washington, D. C, Feb, 31. 1878.
MKS8RS. OAJtriELD AMD BALI
yesterday demonstrated the wisdom ot
. the people In giving us a Democratio
bouse of representatives. Thy speke on
tbe Louisiana question. Tbey expressed
the common radical regret for the ile
' parture of war and reconstruction times,
when one section of tbe country could
not only control tbe general government
but could In Innumerable ways interfere
In the local governments of another aces
tlon. Their speeches amounted to a
threat against the south, and It may bo
that they will succeed by threats In a
WORK OF IXTDtlDATIO.f,
JkUXJJTOSB JUDGI, HO. M.
f lTSUptaU Order of pdd-M-V
V km, BfirU nry Tbnredav nlht
T aA k-Jt-rxt mi. is I hair ballon
but if they do it will be the everlasting
tllsgraco not only ot the representatives
of the southern states bnt of tho Pemo-
. cratio representatives from the north. It
la time that Louisiana should be as free
as Massachusetts, and that the aurhori
ties ot Louisiana, should realize the fact.
Wlthont the vote of Louisiana, however
obtained, Hayes never could have been
Inaugurated, and It does not become him
or his supporters now to deny her all
i, the rights oi any state that took part In
' that election.'
' LOOK AT OHIO AKD LOUISIANA
to-day states equal in every respect un
der the constitution. The former has the
president, the chief justice, tbe general of
the army .the lieutenant general, a cabinet
minister and half our foreign ministers,
' while the latter has nothing but partial
local self-government, and Ohio threaten
ed yesterday on the floor of the house to
take that way ! Where were tbe repre
sentatives ot Louisiana that they did not
assert themselves for once? The remarks
of Representative Gibson, ot Louisiana,
and Clymer.ot Pennsylvania, In responce
to Garfield and Hale, were tame and not
Uany respect equal to the occasion.
THB SUVXK BEMONXTIZATION BILL,
having passed tbe senate by an overs
whelming vote, and there being now an
absolute certainty of It finally becoming
a law, other financial matters will be
brought up for action. In the house the
finance committee yesterday reported
favorably a bill to retire national bank
' notes, substituting . therefor treasury :
. notes. Tbe bill to repeal the act com
pelling resumption ot specie payments
, one year from now will also bo pushed.
Senator Beck's bill, which provides that
:, the sinking fund shall not hereafter be
Increased by the rat required by law
baa a majority in both bouses, and can
be passed whenever It comes up for
The senate yesterday by a vote of 47
to 8, passed the bill restoring to t he
all soldiers of the warot 1312 who were
dropped at the outbreak ot the civil war.
Betides restoring those dropped as above,
the biO gives pension tor fourteen days
service, Instead ot sixty as now required,
and to widows if they married the soldier
prior to 1850, Instead of prior to February
: J7, 1SI5, as now. Tbis bill will pass the
house by an overwhelming majority, nn-
: less loaded down with amendments.
'")', WaiHWOTOWi BIBTBDaT
-' , The order from the White House, dated
; yesterday, closing the departments on
the 831 of this month, is signed simply
B. Hayes." It may be that the de
, vrelopments In the Anderson ease have
convinced R. B. H. that h) ought not to
, sign as president. Dbm
f' . , , The Illinois Centrals
! The correspondent of the New York
Uatijt BuiUixn, writing f rom Chicago
Under date ot February 11, ssys : On the
0th of December, In our regular letter,
we stated that the Illinois Central rail
' road company bad then Just completed
iheir connections with New Orleans, and
would ablp grain from Chicago to that
i ... city for 40 cents per hundred and 70 cents
,19 Liverpoolthe same as now charged
by the Eastern lines. Believing tbe mat
ter one ot such vast Importance to not
.only the trade of the west, bet also a
stove which must ultimately affect tbe
of your city, we addressed
to Mr. J . F. Turker, ouster of
tnuwportation of the Illinois Central
rOoad, and received the following
v , CaiCAOO. Dec. 27. 1877.
4bv 8ib s I have your favor of the
ratt, Naturally we cannot see why
tia exportation Hue through New Orleans
ft ret one of the best It not the best. We
f"OompIlahed our part in reaching
. j Q.-:nt; and In the way of rates
.. t to Sew Orleans will now compsre
' l,y with those of eastern seaboard
' ' Areata with the steamboat a t
jg Um rates and facilities from and
T Orleans equal those from or at
seaboard cities, . We feel very
Ifcijedas to the final result ot
w . xoure truly, . ,
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-tltilag in tbe right place Is
: J.vTU s. Bull'i baby syrup,
iij ftf bpbto while teething,
, tneafjti bottle.
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WMrkt Proves f Colaurm of
Nw Tom. February 19. J. Madison
Wells prints column aod a half of mat
tcrlnihNw York ftmee, la which be
aiyst "When it Is known tbtt Ave iuo
ceealTO grand Juris have firmly refused
to rind (roe bill against me, and as the
high behest of the attoroey-fleneral and
prooeoutlon against me. and my aasocU
ates It baaed upon an Information, some
public interest will attach to the personal
character ot the lulormws. The oentrul
fljpire In tbis conspiracy la Judge Wil
liam R. Whltakcr. He conspired to de
Iraud the government of the United
Stales of $600,000, with which be was en
trusted as assistant treasurer, succeeded In
the conspiracy and stands Indicted for tbo
lelony. Judge Whitaker baa conducted
himself in the late trial ol Gen. Andor
son as though be had undertaken a con
tract with the Democrats party to do
their dirty work, and receive as his re
ward loll rehabilitation into their party,
lie stated to several persons and to laws
yers of high standing betore the trial ot
General Anderson, that tbe jnry was
facked for tbe purpose of his conviction,
le stated farther, that no motion, having
tor its object tbe removal ol the cause
from his Jurisdiction, would have his
sanction; that all motions tor that object
would be overruled. Nine of the jurors
In the Anderson trial swore tbey were
prejudiced against the prisoner, yet they
were made to serve. Two bad declared
openly that Anderson ought to be
banged. During the greater part of the
trial Judge Wbitakcr was In a beastly
state of Intoxication.
Attorney Ueneral Ogilen was also
aware the jury was packed, and aided
and assisted in the nefarious scheme by
which packing was accomplished, lie
said he intended to force a trial, because
be had his jury prepared for conviction;
that be kept concealed In his room, Lit
tlcfleld, to prevent his testimony being
taken in Anderson's trial. This attorney
general is wholly unreliable. As a sworn
otllcer be has speculated upon the collec
tion of taxes. lie attempted to
iorce the grand Jury last summer to find
bills of Indictment against the returning
board. He appeared before tbe grand
Jury, Insulted witnesses, and threatened
them with incarceration If they refuged to
swear exactly what he desired. Failing
to procure such evidence from witnesses
a bo wanted, he accompanied the judge
betore the jnry, and he had him (the
Judfe) to reprim and witnesses and threat
en them with incarceration it they did
not give such testimony as was required
by him, The judge attempted to force
the grand Jury to find a true bill, to sat-
lsty the wants and wishes of the attorney
general, (gainst tbe returning board, but
finding all their extraordinary efforts
lotile, they were compelled to tall upon
tbe alternative mode of an Information.
Assistant Attorney General Esgan stands
indicted lor the murder of his brotlwMn
law. Ol the witnesses he says : Charles
Cavanae is a man ot bad reputation lor
voracity. William K. Smart would omit
no lie he could utter that would be likely
to convict blra (Wells). During the res
belllon he stole my stock, killed my bogs
ami poultry, and put the vote to his
company if tbey should kill me and burn
my dwelling over tbe heads of mv family.
Burke is an absconder, and from Illinois.
Tbe names of the jurors that were
empanelled tor the trial ot Anderson and
myself, were furnished by the Democratio
committee. Their political states, as
well as their views as to the proper pun
ishment, was canvassed by the fudge,
the attorney-general and the Democratic
committee before being placed on the
panel. One of the jury commissioners
testified before court that tbe llstot Jurors
placed in tbe jury box, from which tales
men were drawn after MbausUng; tbe
oanel. was furnished by tbe Democratio
committee, and tbis fact was known to
OgUen. agan and Finney. Wells says
It the Vernan parish returns were altered,
they were altered oy the Democrats.
These are samples ot the principle toots
and tbe means employed to secure the
conviction ot the members ot the returns
lng board la the case Improperly called
"Tbe State of Louisiana vs. J. Jladlaon
Wells and others," but really and truly
tbe cane ot SamuelJ.Tllden vs. Ruthers
lord 11. Hayes.
It is a contest tor the office ol presi
dent of the United States and tbe pats
ronage ot the executive depart menu in
the federal government, it is chiefly
managed by David Dudley Field, with
the advice and pecuniary assistance of
tne national iemoorairc committee. The
verdict ot a packed Jury ot Louisiana
Democrats, produced in the manner
above pointed out, will, it is expected.
m accepted ny tne people 01 tne united
States as a judicial settlement of Mr.
Tilden's title to the presidency, it Is a
ooici ana aesperate game for a great
slake. Myself and colleagues on the re
luming board arc; merely outpeits or
picket guard, which they hope to cap,
ture, and then tbey will surprise the gar
rison, it possible, and claim the patron
age of the government as the spells of
In corroboration of tbis view, I refer
you to movements all along tbe Una ot
tne euemys camp ; w wen grounaea re
ports that large sums ot money have
been sent here from New York to be
used in the trial : to the fact that the
national Democratio committee has been
hastily railed together though no nation
al election is pending ; to the fact that
several of the officers of tbe court, ins
eluding the judge, attorney-general, as
slstaot attorney-general, sberlfi, princi
pal witnesses, Beverai 01 ue jurors, ana
manyoi the aiders and abettors of tbe
proceedings, are stained with crimes ol
one sjrt or another, Including treason,
mnraer, larceny, perjury, subornation ot
perjury .llbel.attemptinir to defraud voters
at the polls and other serious oflences.
Few engaged in the prosecution have
clean bands, and yet the Democratic na
tlonal committee, Inspired by MephUto
pnnan uavia jraaicy rieia. nope by tbe
employment of such tools, in a place and
ease where the other aide has no possible
chance for a fair trial scarcely any to be
nearo 10 maxe np sucb a case as shall
enable them to wrench tbe scentre from
tbe hand of President Uayes and give It
u iue nenenman 01 tne Democracy, Tne
eyes of tbe leaders ol tbe rebellion are al
ready fixed on tbe high places of the gov
ernment, which tbey feel assured are as
good as in their possession already, as no
thing stands in their way now but Wells
and Anderson, wbose conviction tbey
nave contracted ror, and the contractors
are nurrying np tneir work. This Is a
national, not a personal question. It Is
a renewal ot tbe Insldiou guise of tbe
tremendous conflict ot 1870, perhaps ot
16VI. Jt becomes Republicans of ths
north to be on their guard, and give our
Louisiana hirelings to understand that It
Is time for them to be quiet, or be prepar
ed ror open, determined ana anreientlng
Tun silver bill, with all tbe senate
amendments, passed the home on Thurs
day by a vote of nearly three to one. Tbe
bill now got to tbe president, bat there
Is some doubt as 'to whether be will sign
the bill or allow H to become law with,
out his signature. The bill having pass-
1 .a .-.. .... t.
i vu vvui am avuaw ami nouie uj uvtw
than a twootrdi majority, It U not m
' sMsftd probable that be will ysto It,
.VlTOLiVI) sVND BtTBOll.
trh CvnpllratlSMS-BaaiU tMaaat
ada witk tbe icaatlea mt tke
Britten riaat-tue Terfctsh ris
SpamalbyCablata tfct Et. LoaltBepubllcaa.)
NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN llCBtfl ANP RNO-
, , ; LAND. J ',
LoNDCir, Feb, 23, 6 a. in.-Lord Derby
gave an explanation last Dlgttt of dis
patches which have been passing between
England and Kutsla as telegraphed Feb.
19, Russia in return for a promise not to
occupy Benliar asksd similar stipulation
on England's part not to land troops on
either side ot tbe Dardnu illes and both
powers are how pledged ;
not to occurr any rosmon
on these btralts. Russia, however, Is dis
satisfied with the presence ot tbe British
fleet In tbe sea ol Marmora, since a few
bonrsot steaming would take It through
the Bosphorus and cut off Russian com
munication In tbe Black sea, causing tbe
necessity ot a return to tbe long and
difficult land route across the Balkans.
On this account it Is believed that unless
TBI FLEET Is WITHDRAWN
within three days Russia will march ber
troops into Constantinople. It is well
known that tbe presence near ConHtaotl
nople of the British Ironclads has caused
a marked alteration in the tone of Turkish
negotiations at Adrlanople, and peace
negotiations are practically at a stand
still. The gravity ot the situation was
frankly admitted by Lord Beaconsfleld
last night, for while expressing hope that
peace might remit lie demonstrated
England's nucvMity i lw prepared lor
WAH AT SOCK r NOTICE.
Uo also sho Mil Umt there was a less
complete understand in j; relative to the
proposed congress than has been sup
posed, and grave doubts are now freely
expressed whether It will ever assemble
or amoupt to anything if It does. Lord
Derby It Is stated would not attend, and
little hope Is tell that any decisive result
can be reached in absence of tbe leading
European statesmen trom Itsoouu. iU.
London, Feb. 21. In tbe houie of
lords this afternoon Lord Derby stated
that the difficulty as to place lor meeting
ot the conference had bven removed and
that Baden-Baden had been chosen.
Anstria proposed that the mettlng take
place the first week In March, but one
government objects to the shortness of
tbe time asked. England will not devi
ate from her usust course of sending nn
THE U'KKISH VLKET.
It Is stated positively In the lobbies ol
parliament that the government bas re
ceived private Information that the Turk
ish fleet is to be surrendered to Russia
and that part of It has already been sur
rendered. TBE EltrEHOK TO THE CZAR.
A special from Berlin says Emperor
William bas assured the czar ot his
friendship and begged him to consider
Austria's claims and her Interests. It ap
pears Austria is anxious to Induce Russia
to moderate her programme before tbe
meeting ol the conference.
X. O. TlDM.
Ol tne en raiirvaa companies in the
United States only 190 pay any dividends.
Receipts of customs In New York tor
January, 1878, wen $7,154,92o, against
$8,058,939 In January, 1877-a decline of
The state ot Illinois assessed in 1876
2,663,93$ bogs; In 1877 tbe number as
sessed amounted to 2,961,366. People
who are lamlllar with the modut ptrandi
of assessing will, however, easily under
stand that the actual number of bogs ts
Speculating In stocks, "buying on a
margin," has been known and practiced
for many years. It Is an eyll practice, a
species ot gambling that will not be
easily eradicated. But it was an eyll
for legitimate trade when this gambling
propensity invaded the domain of grain
and of the produce market.
The new cottonseed oil mill In Dallas is
about to commence operations. Tbe
buildings occupy a space of 200 feot
square, and are two stories high. There
Is no lack ot seed for it to begin oper
ations upon. Texas raises yearly at leas(
860X00,000 pounds of seed. Tbis made
into oil would bring $14,000,000.
The rush ot freight at Buffalo, Roches
ter and other Interior cities to New York
is said to be unprecedented. At tho ter
minal points ot tbe diflerent railroads
centering around New York Bay there Is
a perfect jam of freight, and sufficient
room to unload cannot be bad. And
still tbe demand from all Interior points
lor more empty cars is increasing daily.
There never had been such a rnsh ot re
Tbe difficulties under wbluh the sugar
industry in Cuba bas labored lor some
years, has had an impelling influence on
that ot several other tropical countries In
America, among others on that ot Yuca
tan. Quantities ol machinery tor the
manufacture of sugar have been Imported
during Ue past year, and as climate and
soli are vry favorable, Yucatan may ere
long rank respectably among sugars!'
porting countries. .
The St. Louis Journal of idanufacUru
aae Cmmtrttn late item says: "I I
St. Louis Is still the great eutrepot ot the
Mississippi basin It will not answer to
longer depend upon her natural advan
tages and the favors she may gsln from
certain chance investments In the Impor
tant enterprises she needs lor a full de
velopment She mutt help bersell
If she wishes heaven to help her. Some
degree of public spirit, of publlo Inter
est in the welfare of the elty must be
manifested. It is trot Uiat heavy local
taxation It not a pleasant thing to con
template, but it private capital cannot
cope with the needed Improvements,
then It should be done publicly and col
lectively." Substitute "New Orleans"
for "St. Louis" In tba above extract, and
It would teaks vary pttagant aad appro
pnase reaomf lor our ewa people.
0TO MOTTO: " The Best
t Corner 8th street "and Clommercial Ave.
.rjHj.n cd IB nan ed
Dry Cloods, Soots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
V - Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A full line ot Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This stock ts entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Ojr Stock embraces everything needed In the City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and prices betore you bny.
ILLINOIS CEJTTRAL R. E.
QUIOKilSr ' KOUTE
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Banning Two
Daily Traits from Cairo,
Trains leavt Cairo
1:20 p.m. rant KiyeM, arriving in St. i
Louis 8:00 p. m.; thlotgo, 730, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCItrNATI &LOUIS
- VlIiLB FAST ItlNE
Arrtvlngl n Clnclmatl 8:30, a.m.: Louis
ville, R:2ft, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
Passenger by tblt train arrive at above
' ADVANO XI
01 AXT 0TCXB XOVTX.
iltfOTp. m. fat Mat wltb sleepert Attach
ed, for ST. LOUS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Loila at 6JS0 A.m. Cbt
eazoat 40 p.m.! Cooneetlng at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, LoulnvUle
FAST TIME EAST
fassengeri by tbij line go through to
tbe Eaitt without any delay cauwd by
Sunday ioterve ulnar.
The HATURDAY AVTERNOON TBAUJ
KKOM CA1KO ABKIVK8 IN NKW
YORK iluNDAY MORHLNO
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHB KOUTE.
Advsrtliiementt of competuw lines that
they makt ketter tlmt than this one, art
are latiued either through Ignorance er a
Uetlr to inltlead tha uuullo.
tor througn tiokntt and Information,
tpply at llUnoli Central n, H. Depot, Cairo.
. VLA1XS AailTB AT OA1IO
liri. -io p m
Ittil HHMMNW.M..H fc.Ml.--M...M.l:t&a.lll.
. JA8. JOHNSON,
J. 11. Jonis, Ticket Mt.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS E. R
SHORTEST SHORT UNf
THE train by this road connect il SI. LouU
and Kut 8t. Lul, with aU ether line to
the H orUi, EmI ud Hetl.
TIME SCHEDULE .
Tbrena-h ErpreM Lats Cairo S J" a.m.
" ' Arrirci B. St. LouU 6 ;U p.m
MuinphyiDoro Aocoramoditlon Ltavci
Caiio m. .. .... ...MM..HH... 1:45 p.m
Mtuvhyiboro Aeco-nnodatloa Arrivet
At Murphyttoro . 8 ;30 .m
Ttrougu ciprcu Ixmi E. Kt. L ;uii a,ro
" " AnlTM tt Cairo..... i;iA p.m
Mnrpkyibon AeeooamodiUoa Leaves
Murptmboro..... 6;W a.m
Marpbjiboro AocorjanodAtion Arrive
at Clro.M...M....M..iMMHM Hi-Op.rA
The Cairo tint St. Ixmit
Y ALL RAIL HOL'TE be
tween Cairo end St. Louie under one nun.
dement ; therefore ikerc are BO deliyt at wty
eutioni awuiiof ooueeuoaa nom oiuer note.
PueeBvert Golnr Jfnrth. Kortkeait and Went
ehoulrt not bar tbelr UekeU until Uiey kuv ax-
-tninea onr ram ana rouiet.
F. C- nUELL, G. T. WHITLOCK,
rrelght Aft. rutenter Ajreot.
L. M. JOHNSON, Mm' Kaaaffer.
City Clerk's OmcK, 1
Cairo, Ills., Keb'y. 14, 1678.
tk aled proposs Is will be received at this
olBoe until six o'clock, p.m., of 1 ucsday,
March 5,1878, lor furnUhlun; ouch lum-
iht as tne city may require tor tne cur
rent fiscal year endl ng December 31 , 1878.
8ald lumber to be ot (rood and sound
wblte or burr oak, white or yellow pine
or cypress, and tree trom sap or unsound
knots, and ot such dimensions as may be
required, ami to be delivered in snch
quantities, times and places within the
corporate limits as the coininiiwo on
streets tnav dii-rct.
The right to reject any or all bids Is
rcserveu. J, is. ruiLLis, vuy vierv,
By vlrtae of twn Am bill, tn ma directed, bv
the clerk of the ennrtma eourt nth.ro (rand
dlvlalea at Mount Vcraen, IB tba aula of Illl
Boie. ib favor of John U. AUrtfht rt ale. aal
axalDit Jaaon B. Smith et ale., I her levied
opan tot loilowirif-deecrivea property, io-wii i
ixit lourteeatll) la Moce eleven lll) lote twen-
8r-eli m, tweoty-eavaa (fl) ana twaniv.
ll (fill, In bl ek .aventy two (72) i loU thirty
one and thirty-two (). ' block twanty-ali
(.") All lha above deecrlbad property le alta
auil Intbeeiiyof Cairo, oonuty of Alexander,
and tut af lliisola, which I taaU off-r for aal
atpublia vendue at te front, or vreal floor of
theeonrthouee.tn tna elty of Ceuo, onaty af
Alexaader and Sut. of liUnolt. oa tbe tlal dav
ofrebmaiy, 1(78, at 10 o'clock a.m. tutad
uis Cairo, I1L,
i Uilt day ol Janaary, A.I. ISTS.
I ally loeraaM
tr aalary by devoting a vary aaaall nortlt
yaur W Ltd re arae to my latere t. 1 da aaa
paelyaata rfivaea tossy ealabtalad ftaai
.Bah BLaSni S BBMBB SBBMSBI
1 1 rtaulre af ee Is Mta piaaaaa aad
tOa. rail aartfrai.ra ffa. AddttM
IU P, Hum, WaakurMa, M. 4.
Goods at the lowest Price "
Dress Goods, Silks.
Clotlis, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, (ieaW Boots and Shoes
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and ail
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olllfeon wbeji ooet. Dot of Sixth itret
Offlea .?' J1uuuy -rotaera, oppoalta St.
Egyptian Mills, Twntlh etrcet.
t0! fJu'oPi'00' of Thlrtvtigaui ttract. or
r0U Office drawer 300
jdANUFACTUKEIt AMD DLILEU, jj,
Mr. Block desires to call the attention ot
the Publlo to tbe fact that lie has al
wayton band a large, new and fatblonabie
stock of ready-made custom Boots and
Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call On Him At
St, Set. Wail & Cos. Ln
B. F. Blake
faints, Oils, Varnishes
IVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Alwara oa hand, tba celebrated illnoitnat!
Oorner BUvanth Straet aad WmbI
WniRiAS. Oa the flret day of Airll, 187,
Emma Canine and Kobert H. Canine, her biia
band, mada, exaauted, acknowkdgetl, and da
llvtrel, to tire. Caaaia Willlanu, bow Mrt.
Caaew Dripa, a ceruln aale ruortg-af on lot
No. three (')), In block No. twentv.olua () In
Opdyka alyer'a addition, to the ear ol Chaa-
tar. In the county af itamloluh and Bute of 1111
Bolt, to aecure tbe payoieot of fonr certain
lain p ro
miaeurj nowa exaooui oy earn KODert
ine, dated April 1, l87S,fbrtwo hundred dollart
each, payabla in three, alx, nine and fllteaa
monuie, reapeotivei) , irom ln aim tb-reof,
with ten per oent. tntereat fror tba dowa there
of ; which aaid mortgage w. only rveordad
April ft. loTa, tbe reconltr'a orBoe la takl Han
dolph county, In book Mo, oa (l) ol kaaca.
Aeon naire 2KS : and
WniHaaa, Bald mortra(re provMee among
other thing for tbe tala bv the aald mortgagee,
of aaid lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein of the aaid irrantora, Ineaee
ot default in the payment of tba aaid aotet or
any part thereof; and
WnKRBAii, Tne time for the tuvjnent of the
aun notaa,ana eacn or tbem hat lonr tinoc alao'
eil, and tbwa now raniilna due on the laat three
ot the above mentioned note, the torn or aix hun
dred and fourtwn dollar and Bvaeanta I614.UA )
Now, therefore, notice I hereby given that,
on Thnrariay, the lit b day of January, 1571, at
tho door of the court home la aald elty of Cheater
at tbe hoar oi two o'clock p.m.of eald day, the
nnderalgnad will oAer ald premlaealor aale to
the hlibeet bidder for eaeh In hand and on mak
ing aald tale, will make, axeente. and deliver to
the ppjrcuaaar a good and eufilcirnt deed therefor,
. . . . , , . . Tonneily Caaaia WUliama
It hereby given to Joanna O. flail aa admlnla
trator da bonla non of the aetata ot Hoara Olark,
daeeaied, aad Edwla Bralnard of the pendancy,
In tbe Clreult Court of Alexander county, IU1-
oole, of a Bill la ehanetry la loreuloee a mert
rage, wherein yon, toget arwilh Chaunc.yjf.
hhlDaaa, tioaiaa M. Khlpmaa, Jot ph W .
Dreiel and Charlaa Bdward TraflT. aa Receiv
er of Uit Cairo aad Vlaoennea railroad, and the
Cairo and Vineranea railroad eamoanvara d-
tendanu, and Charlaa C. Holten, aa Beeelvar of
f "lha Mutual Life Imuran r Company" of
tynicego, la complainant ! ano tnai ue ranunona
la aald oanaa It rettruable oa tha drat dav ot the
tha Jaaaarr tana. A. U. 1ST8. ot aald Court to
vm auiuj-i m u. wan uim-j, am wm i,y wi
Cairo, la aald eeaaty. oa the Arat koaday vf
aauaBMBUt, iwwjrtov.aiui.-aa. . .
JOtUt A. KKX V. Clerk af Bali Ooorl
tAanraiir. waaauca, toaoitar of i-aipi-at
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stree t
White Lead White Zinc,
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can.
The Only Perfect Can In
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by ViSOn and
Eveden. We sell at their p,ues
Agency and Depot io
cinfis. Aiso ior waKeiiuifi's, Hartin's ana Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebuted
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
"Lattwaaa I bonehtalO MBtnaekaa-aef
the uiuaI tlma at 1 than half toe cott ol Soap. My clothes war whiter. I did not
hava to rub them, and It did not ahrinar mv woolen, and for onea I Wat enabled to KH I
hot dinner on Monday. Be ladles try It,
penecuy sue to une it.
6 and 10 oent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SSSST9
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Oombs. and Hair Brushes
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holrrians' Ague Pads, Woods'
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
Pure Imported Bay Ham, Splendid Canada Tar
. Soap English and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanta-
tlee as wanted at low prices. . .
Iiiuseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
for lis- BnA.
. Lubricating Oils
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Pioh Oil
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
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.
s? Via Tifrr2
Ayertv ind Jaynes Medi-
Waihlna and dons mv waihlnr In one haM
and you v til tave labor, time and money. It t
Buy WASHTNE AT BAECLAT'S.
Fever P ills
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists Materials
of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Ague Medicines
At Barolayo' Drug Btaro.