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, Th tJeacraey of tb several ountlti
f ta Ute f Illinois art nc,aet1 to
ttddtagau to a atato coovention to bo
U14 at BprtocfljH, Illinois, THURSDAY,
too Urn DAT F APRIL, 1078 , at 12
'dock M for tba purpose of Dominating
- ManUdat for Uio office of lUtc treas
urer, ana on candldat fortbe office of
at luperintendciit of publlo instruction
Md to transact inch other business as may
- on before it Tbo several counties ore
Btltled to tbo following representation,"
baaed upon iba vote for givernment io
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The committee unanimously recomcnJto
the democracy of tbe northern grand divl
lion and second appellate district, that
thiy bold their convention, lor the pur
pone of nominating clerks of tbe nurpreme
and appellate eourtt, for aald dlvUion aod
diitrict, at Joliat, on Tbunday, April IS,
And for tbe central grtnd division and
third appellate district, tbat tbe delegates
appointed from said division and diitrict,
lo the state convention, to meet In conven
tion at .StVlwifleld. on tbe day laid state
invention U h'Jid, at 10 a . m., for tbe pur
pose ol nominating clerks ol tbe mrpreme
aad appellate court lor laid division md
And for the aoutbern grand division ind
fourth appellate dletiict, tbat they hold
tbair convention at Centralla, Tbunday,
May 16, 1878, for tba purpose of Bomina
litii eltrki ol Ibe turpremeand ippellatu
oourU, tor laid divlulon and diitrlrt;
Tbe ratio of rrp enntatten in laid con
vention! to be tba lame aa in tbe itate con
vetktioa. " ' CYRUS H, McCOBMICK,
Tbos. euntLiY, Secreury.
C. H. McCormlck, CD.Hollee,
3. B. Mana, W. H. Murphy,
X, P. Ooodar J, 11. . Burgen.
t. R. E. Oodell. 11. J. M. Both,
?. Tboa E Courtney, 12. li, V bbumay,
- 3. THoma8talriey, 13. J. A. Maliorv,
4. Birberd Blabop, 14. John W. Bmltb,
. K. U. Mm ah, . W. Cochrane,
. J. 8. Drake, IS. L. B Paraoni,
7. W. a Steele. 17. H.C.Orke,
8. i. OQti, 18. T. K. liou on,
f . V7. T. Davldaon, 19. B. '. Landeo,
. 10 Oeorge Edmuodi.
rot CUB! SUPMMI COURT, a. O D.
4 a.riatlritcd to innounfa R. k, 1). WL,
B4.NK-4, .f abiDUia Cuaaiy, a a eaoddaie
for OJrk Of lb Stn Court, aiQitMrn Grand
, Diviaioa, llllaoU. Jert u Uit dOnon ol th
. KWAouni'e a miottina naaittn, to ue una
i Laauana, auy win 17771
rn tTLsai or ttie appillati covat
VDVaTB VIITICI, ILLlKUIB.
' W art andutrltH le aanonsoe W. C. La
GEtoMK, of KAoakana Ccuniy, u a candlM't
fur clark aftki ApycllaM louri, fourth didnct,
ItllBoU, aulijaot to (hr dciolna of tba Demo-
antfa coaivaotisa aaUed 10 mtt at C tmlia,
. May tstk, uw. in it
.'.Tat foreign arldrs committee ot tb
tjouM ' rreomtnend tbat tbe United
Cute KOternment recognise Dlat as
ftolScnt of tbe Mexican republic.
ir ertincate wenubllih regard ln
CACsU'ieoogh ayrupla genuine, and
T7tc21 PUT itward of $1,000 to any
rt fTJtia the eotitrary In tingle cue,
, . Z ayrat Co., Baltimore, Md,
J? J:t;.( fVf 'm -
ursBtsUrt good aad healthy food
Z -t tcaUjr, jrot should also look to
?Yr t yoor ' baby. For all
J U 'early childhood, nothing la
n'ca Dr. Buil'e baby lyrup.
mh imhiw aaaeea. .
AifSMaoy, tbe conTtcted number et
tba Louisiana returning board, bai bean
sentenced to two year in tbe attita pcnl-
Mr. W. C. Lb Crone, of ESnsbam
county, la a candidate for clerk of the
appellate court of tbla, fourth district.
Mr. Le Crono Is tbe present clerk of the
circuit eourt ot hit county, and Is re
gardedas one of the beet clerks tbat coun
ty erer bad. lie baa many warm friends
in the northern part ot tba district, and
will go into tbo nominating eonTentlon
with a strong delegation at bU back.
His announcement appears elwwlmre in
Mr. K. A. D. WiiBiMKS is a candidate
for re-ele:iion for clerk of tbe supreme
court, southern grand division, aa will
bo seen by announcement elsewbere in
this Issue ot the Bulletin. Mr. Wil
banks is a gentleman of flue ability, and
in the discharge of tbe duties of supreme
court clerk ban given the greatest sati
faction, lie is a staunch Democrat, pup
ular with tbe people, and we do not
believe that a better or more competent
man, or a stronger candidate could be
lound. lie is our first choice, and we
hope he may receive the nomination.
A Washington special to the St. Louis
Republican says : "A rough dratt of a
bill which was prepared at the Instiga
tion of Capt. Eads has to-day been In tbe
hands ot Senator Cockrell, Represents
lives Gibson and Robertson ot Louisiana,
Conger ot Michigan and ottiers, for con
alderation and revision before being pre
ented to congress. Tbo idea of the bill
It to have a commission of engineers ap
pointed by the president to consider tbe
proposed plan ot improving the naviga
tion of the MissUelppl river. Tbe bill
will be perfected and presented some day
In tbe senatorial district composed of
the counties ol Pulaski, Johnson, Massac,
Pope and Hardin, the Independents are
trying to induce Senator Glassford to be
come a candidate for re-election. Ben
ator Glassford was elected lour years ago
by the united rotes ot the Independents
and DcmocratR,but It is doubtful whether
ouch a combination could be effect In
the approaching election. Many ol
the men won four years ago
were active - in the lndrpend
ent cause have Uriltcd back into the party
to which thry originally belonged, and
tbe Independent party, at all times lack
ing in leaders, is now worse off than
ever. From our knowledge of the make
up of parties in the fiftieth district, we
are convinced tbat there will be three
candidates' In the field, and instil an
event the Itepubllcun will be elected,
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
A UUtny-naya and I be ailvcr Mtll
Wamrn t PrMtleo ttalare the
V. . t'oarla CbnodUr Acln
ahixcton, i. c, ff.b. H3, mv.
Yesterday was a holiday in this district.
Congress was not In session, the depart
ments were closed, and buttineaa general
ly was suspended. The "Old Inhabi
tants" celebrated the day, and the terns
perance men and children paraded the
streets. But for the rain tbla procession
would bnvc been, Its originators say, tbe
largr.it ever known here. No better day
than the 22nd of February could be
selectodfor general observance by the
people. In these times ot sectional bit
.ternesi really patriotic men ought to en
courage the celebration ol days and
events whoso memory is gratctul to thee
of all portions of the country.
The mind of
it seems, Is not as nearly unanlmonH on
the silver bill as the house was. If that
statesman has a clear Idea on any sub
ject which bascorae before him lor action
since bis inauguration be should engage
some one to express it for him. The
gllver men who visit him are confident
he will not veto tbe bill. Others, alter
conference with blm, feel authorized to
say tbat he wilt veto It. It Is a fortunate
thing for Louisiana and South Carolina
that Charley Foster and Stanley Mat
thews put on record, in advance, a pledge
that Hayes should observe tha
of the sonthern people, for without that
pledge made for blm it Is evident Jlayes
would still be discussing with himself
the propriety of taking any action wbats
ever. But there are votes enough to in
sure the passige of tbe bill over a veto,
so that executive action is ot no tort of
By a vote of nearly two to one tbe
bouse passed a bill tba other day allow,
WOMEN TO PRACTICE
belore the supreme eourt ot the United
States. The bill has been before con
gress twice belore, but never received a
majority of votes until now. Mrs.
Isabella B. Hooker yesterday addressed
the senate committee on privileges and
elections lu favor of aa amendment to
the constitution prohibiting tba States
Irom denying suffrage on account ol ae.
The wive ol many senators and rcpre
laitatlyet were pnaent.
William K. Chandler's third letter on
tbe presidential policy la published this
morning. It reiterates tba charge that
there was a "bargain" to which Hayes
was a party, by which It was agreed tbat
lederal troops should be removed from
Louisiana and south Carolina if he
should be inaugurated. The letter adds
little to wbat Mr. Chandler has published
Tba senate passed a few daya aioee, a
bill which will almost certainly past tba
MITORHO TO THE PXR8I0N ROLLS
the names dropped therefrom la 1861.
This afteeti aoldlera of all ware up to
that date. The bill extenda tbe benefit
ef tbe . pension Jawi alio to all
these WU .wMUri who served Uv
toflai flayi, an! to widows -ol suoU
oldlcrs It tba maniage waa before ths
year 1850. A great eflort it being made
to give S per month to all soldiers of
tba Mexlcaa ..war and tbe Creek and
Black Hawk Indian wars. Tbe only op
position so far baa been from one of tba
who thinks tbo bill will cast too mad.;
Estimates vary from seven million dol
lars !er year to less than two millions,
the commlsf toner of pensions baying one
table for tbe friends and another for Ibe
enemies of tbe bill, The seven million
table is shown to those who opposed, of
coarse. In this truly Ingenious way tbe
commissioner is enabled to please every
member of congress who Ims any interest
in the subject, one way or tbe other.
This it better than Shcrman'a debt state
ments, which are simply made to con.
ceal the truth and are consistent in their
The Eastern War.
THE OAK'S REWARD TO TOE POHTK.
Pkka, Feb. 26. As a reward for the
Porte's ineffectual efforts to keep the
British fleet out of the Dardanelles the
Czar has consented that the Russians
shall not come nearer Constantinople
than Ban Stelano, but at tho same time
Informed the Porte that he had great
difficulty to prevent the Grand Duke
Nicholas from marching Into Constant!
uople as conqueror. Tho Kuslans are
coming to San Stelano as friends, not
exactly on the invitation ol tho Sultan,
but with his content, and the Urand
Doke Nicholas will probably be Invited
by the tultan to enter Stamboul with a
THE PEACH CONDITIONS.
It is expeotrd pce will be signed to
day (Monday), the Turks accepting all
the conditions except two, about the im
mediate surrender of the Ironclads and
the payment to Russia ot 10,000,000 ol
rouble"" In casb and 00,000,000 sterling In
Tbi Turks have yet received no Invl
tatioii to be represented at the congress
Kl'eRlA.NS AT SAN STEFAN O.
Constantinople, February 23. One
regiment, a detachment ot Conacks, and
a special company dettiled to p Hjort the
Urand Duko Nleholnn entered San Stctano
Snndny. A Kussian division is echeloned
between Kustsehuk and Chekineilje.
ENGLAND AND Rt'HHlA.
London, February 25. A iirrespou
dent at St. Petersburg telegraph: Much
hotter lueling prevail to-iluy. The
himhi vivtndi with Englaud touching
tne straits and presence of a Krltish
fleet in the Sea of M;irmora is regarded
as satisfactory in ofiicial quarters.
a threatened abdication.
Bccharkst, Feb. 21.-Piiuce Charles
threatens to abdicate if Kussia prmts in
claiming Bessarabia. In Uussian circles
Prince Gregory Stourdza is mentioned aa
a candidate lor the throne of the prinoli
TDK SBAll Of PKRIIA.
Viena, Feb. 25. The ahah ol Persia
is expected In St. Petersburg ihortly.
'I'V. I. - 1 I . ..
i nr rjir jiiu iiiiMmn mm inn n niriirtiitt v
Lonihin, Feb. 25. A dispatch from
Gallipoli says intelligence hna been re
oeived here tlvat a large lorce ot Russians
has withdrawn from Sturkoll for Podesta
and Irom Silivri towards Constantinople;
the latter movement is probably on .St.
Stefano. A Vienna correspondent states
the difference between Ruesla and Turv
key appear to be nearly settled by Russia
consenting to a reduction ol Indemnity
for one filth and. an extension of the
period lor the emigration of Mohamrac
dins from Bulgaria to three years.
Looking Into Military Expendi
tures. fiperial Ditpatcu to the N. Y. World.
Washington. Feb. 2ft. Tho militarv
committee ot the bouse Is stirring quite
a ureez among me une anu stall omcers
ol the army who have Euug berttu in
Washington. For Instance, it has found
that Medical Purveyor Baxter, who was
appointed from civil lile. Is drawing an
Income from the government ol over
Mi. 000 VRur. in Whioh U Inclmln,!
quarters a fine house In a fashionable
.. ..II... . a
"urci, Aujuiaiiiueiierui lownsenu was
before the committee this morning. The
eomrulttee. In Inouirinir h in ihn
rate pay ol the oIHxts ot the headb ot
ft. - I.. .V .
uurvaua in iue war department wncn
what are known aa ullnuunno. in il,Lfi
asked General Townnnd as to the public
eervico renaereu ny me lour horses for
which ho Is allowed over $1,000 annnally
fortnraffc. and other leadlntr ntioatlnna
so that the committee could arrive at
wnai ne annually a raws from the United
States. All of the heads of bureaus are
io ne cauea oeiere tne committee.
Tragedy in Southern Illinois.
(Speial Io the St. Louia Ri publican.)
JOKESBORA. Ill . Feh IT, Una nl ITn
Ion county's wealthiest farmers. William
Penrod of Doneolu preeluct, hud a diffi
culty with a man named Bradshaw, also
ot Dongola, at a school exhibition across
it.- tl a. a . .
me iino in tionnson county, ana snot him
With a revolver, kllllnv him In.runti
I Penrod made) his eseapv, but was arrest
ed by Johmon county auihorltlci In the
uorm pan oi mai county to-day.
Earthquakea and Flooda.
New York. February 25. Accounts
(rem Callao, Peru, ol the effects ot tliu
uuai wave, aay tbe alarm I liideaerlbH.
ble, and the damage Incalculable, The
oldest inhabilanta itate tbey have never
seen anything toooinpare with the scene
ol rtunday and Monday, January 27 and
-ia. inesea u covered witb Boating de
bris, and Immense waves, thlrtv and
forty feet high, break over the mole and
along the whole coast line, apread
Ing havoo and deseructlon around
them. Most of the wooden atrucs
turei built for the Pacific Steam Navs
Igatlon company and for other iur
poses, bave been swept away. Coal
for the English company, to the
amount of 2,000 tons has dliap.
peared. and merchanalae on the
dock bat been completely ruined. Tha
wheat mole, tbe Cboclnto mole and tha
Melgga mole are destroyed. Various
timber varas, coal deposits, ana bathing
establishments are greatly damaged.
The railroad running from the dock to
cnucinto hat been completely pnder
ca ned. Eight persona were drowned.
At Pluqua the condenser was broken
to pieces, ana a considerable quantity of
aoal and saltpeter lest.
In IqutqtMihe earthquake shock wai
terrific, and threw lb wholatrtwn Into
a aula ol conaterna'lon aad alarm. It
iaati one minute and thirty seconds.
This mala shock waa followed during
tbe night bv lorty tutnor iboaktv. Land
alidm are reported along the railroad,
la LaNoria tevvral boutet fall, and
taa auaaMT arau u repanea ma.
OUR mm " The Best
10. HANNY; . -
Oorneifith street and Commercial Ave.
CKITO CID CD .CB TS1XL IE fS.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, 3ats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings. Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line of Varpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Iseatlrcly New and Fresh.
O irStoctf embrwe everythlnr needed in
Goods. Please jtve us a call, examine
CTDirir T AnJ taion who will rank
r Itbla 1 and forward rue a list of the
nam of rliubl ixnoui of their acqnaintunre
Wbo wub to proKUnai iutruincut, niltu r l'i
aDourOrgaD, I willuai mj Uat cndravori to
ru ,-rni one, una icrevtry plaoo I inccwu io
selling to tbrir Hat wthin one year, I will credit
tbem with $10, and lor every organ V, to be ap
plied oa payment o. either a umno or orxnii ;
and When U aiumvi.U.o um auOlcient to pay
fur any iuntruntrnt.alected at '.he LOWKSr
uiii.r.-Ai.i f KlJK. l will Iromtdlately .hip
the iuatruuipnt. fret, or alter nv amount la
credited tbe ualance nay b paid n in canh and
i win men imp men taa inttrnuieat, mey
need not be known b tbe.multrr, aud will t
doing their rrienda real service, aa I ihall
mke NPKC1AI. UrVERSto tlum, eellluK
RIU'KKIUK ISSTKI.MtNT for from O.S
HALF to 1 WO-THKUn what U ordinarily
o.nel by aitenta. Flew tend me a litl at 0D-e.'
and after yon bare imde inquiry, you can add
to it. Andreas,
DA XI EL F. BEA TIT, WaMngton, '
Nolle.) to Contractor.
Oipicx or Vice-Frebicent A Okn-1
ERAL MANAOEtt CHICAGO, 8t. I
.oris it Saw Orleans it. K. )
Naw Orleans, KD'y '2 187 .
To Contractors :
Sealed nroponaU are Invited unt'l 10'h
M ircb for the ti'iJiDg ot tha CI) miles of
railroad extending Irom Kilui.re, Ken
tucky, up the enm btiik of the Ohio liver
W a point or po lie lair-, ll'lnoln. This
work extends for two ('-) miles throuph
cleared land-i, and one mile through timber
already cleared for a wldtn of (0) on-
hundred leei. Tbe embtnkmeni will av
rage about (9) nine feel in heinht, the ma
terial f r wuieh will tie obtained entirely
from the east side, and em be handled suc
cessfully with wsKns, ctrti, scrapers or
barrows. Three thou -and feet of this em
bankment, of an ah average height of (7)
seven feet, will be graded for at least (U;
three tracks, and will hve a top width of
(40) forty feet, tbe whnla ot which is
through cleared land. This Is a desirable
piece ol work and well worthy the atten
tion oi anu examination dv contractors.
The work will be commenced the first
(lit) of April, next, and muet be completed
by tbe lot of July fo lowinir. Monthly es
timates, payable In cash, will l made as
tne work pi ogresses. ad tne usual twenty
percent, retained to insure eomileMon oi
. . ... ,,.. uiy ue seen, ana ae-
aired information obtained at tbo otUo ot
tna oompaayi agent, Jno. . MKy, Fil
bids should be addressed to J. O. Vlann,
Division gupeiintendrnt, Javkson, Ten
neiiee. The bf da will be opened and contracts
awarded on Uth March, at Jackson, Tenn.
The company Mervei the right to re
Jtct any or all bids.
J A3. C. CIARKF,
( A true copy.) Vice President.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
TJK trains hy this road oonnert f t St. T.ouis
and Ea.t St. LoAIh, with all ether iinrs to
the Siorth, Kast and Weat.
TIME 8CUD17LK .
Through Expra is Leaves Cairo..
Arrives B. St
Lnuia It :tfl n. m
Mnnihyiburo Aocommodalion Leaves
Calm m 1:40 p.m
Murphyihoro Aecoramodatiun Arrive!
' at Murphvbboro ., g ;30 p.m
Throng a C.iprta Lcavei.E. f-t. L ids 9,ni
' " nrrives at Cairo 5;4,'i p.m
Morpkysbsro Aoconmiortition Uavea
.tfurphviboro - 5; 10 .m
MnrphysWo Arxommodbtion Arrivts
at Uiro nn,M. M..H. l3;Jf p,m
EMEMBER Te Cairo an'l St. Iyonla
111 U.K. 1. Ihu vShr ALL UAH. HUUTt be
I lt.K.1. ihuU.NLV A
I ween Calm and Pt. l.oois under ont njn.
sgemeul ; there fore ibere are no delays at way
ttaliou awaiting Cooncctlona from Other llu.a.
Pauenaen Golnj N"rth, Jforlheaat and Went
Khonlci not buy tn.ir tlcketa until they hive ex
aaiiBfd oar rates and routes
F. C- BUEl h, G. T. WHITLOCK,
Freight Art. Pastrniier Airent,
L, M. J0UX9OM, Iko'I MnaKer.
Lt'MOER COX m ACT.
Citv CLKnR's Office,
Cairo. Itw., tvb'y. 14, 1878.
Healed proposals will bo received at this
office until tlx o'clock, p.m., of 1 uesday,
March d, 1&78. lor furnishing such lum
ber as the city may require lor the cur.
rent flc,i year ending December 31. 1873.
Said lumber to be ot trood and sound
white or burr oak, white or yellow pino
or cypress, and free irom sap or unsound
knots, and ol such dimensions as may be
required, and to Da delivered In such
quantities, times and places within the
corporate limits aa the committee on
atreeu may direct.
Tha right to rejpct any or all blda la
reserved. J. B. Phillib. City Clerki
Permanently eured no butnbug ny oat
month'e usam of Dr. Uoulard'i Celebrat
ed 'Fit Powders, To convince sufferm
thattheie powders will do all we jlalm lor
thin, we will tend them by mail, post
fiald, a free trial box. Aa Dr. Goulard ta
ha only pbyilciaa tbat has ever mad this
disease a special study, and ai to out
knowledge thouiandi have been perma
nently cured by tba use of tbase powd jra,
we will gaarantea a permanent our lr
oven eaea, or reluad you all money ax
peaded. All iu8ren abould give tbase
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative poers.
Pries, for large box, fS or t boxes ioi
10, sent by mall to any part ol United
States or Canada oa receipt of price, or by
' - AHOBBDrS.
- Ml rehoa Streeti Brooklyn, , Y.
inu.jj, -uv.llliv. w.m
iAMiitiaiiii ( wLSt
Goods at ths' lowest Price"
Cloths, Curtain Damasks, .
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boott ami Shoes
Special attention given to Countrv traita.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods and orloe'u before you buy.
Orders for Coal by th' car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are preparod
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at nnform rates,
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Odceon whan no.t. foot of .Sixth street.;
Olllce oi lUUiilay llroliiera, opponite ft
Krvntmn Mills. Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, loot of Thirtr-elgnih street, or
row uinoe a rawer .wu
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
rVaU Paper, Window Glass, Win
now ooaaes, so.
Always on band, the celebrated lUumtnaU
Corner Eleventh Btroat and Wajshl
By virtnc of two fee bills to me diieeted, by
inccieniii uie auprome court tomnern grand
divisional Mount veinoa, to the Bute of Illi
nois, in If o. ut John C, Abreg it ' t als. and
axainai Jason is. smith et I haye levM
uiwn in luuowinKuevcriuea proierty, to-wu :
ltfourtttn(14) iu i lock eleven: II) i lota twen-
ly-nx ti, iwaty-eveB t-i and twemy.
cishl . in bl ickaeventv two 1721: i.ta ihlt
one and thirty-two lu block twenty. ix
jiii iov huovb iwKnuwi property u .itu
atcd in the citv of Cairn, miintv nf Al.v ,H
and state of Illinois, which I thall offer fnr xulu
at publio vendue at tot front, or weet oner of
theeourthouoe, in the citv of Cairo, county of
Aic.auucr .on .uBie oi itiiDui., on me -1st aay
of t'tbrtuiy, 1S7H, at 10 o'clock a.m. Ited
luiAiairo.ui., irtoany oi January. A. 1)
, . i'ETEKBAUr'.Sherif.
VtnaiA. Oa tbe first day of April, 187il,
Emma Canlue and Robert 11. Canine, her bua
bund. made, e.xe;uted, acknowttdged, aud de
li vere i, to Mrm Caeitle Williams, now Mrs.
Caasio Drip, a certain aale niortfcuge oa lot
Ha. three (;l). in block No. iwenty-uUe (M In
Opdyke a Myer'k ndition, to the city ol Chea
ter, in me cuunty et lundolpo and aute or lilt
aoia. to secure the tiavincnt of funr cvrul.i nro.
Uiiaaory uotes exeuuleal by aaid Robert 11. Uo
lue. dated April 1. IH7S, lor two hundred dollars
each, payable In three, aix, nine and tliteeo
months, mucctivel), from the date llierenf,
witb ten percent, interval I roe tbe iloiea there
of; which aaid murtxuae wat, only recorded
ApnIS. 176, tbe recorder's oOlee in aaid Kan-
uuipo county, in dook .o. one (I) ot lea.ee.
Ac. oa page Mi aad
Wbehia, Uald inortjar provllae among
other Uiings fur tbe sale by tbe aaid mortgagee,
of aaid lot and all the rlgnt aud equity of re
demption therein of the aald grantors, In suae
ol default la tb. payment vf the aald noM or
aay part thervuf ; and
WH-BBAa, tne lime for th payment of tbe
aaid nolea.and each ol ihein lias long .ino lai.
cd, and there now rem Ins due on the lant tbiee
Dime aoovementiouiu noun Uietumol .il ban
ilrcdend fuurteia dollars and uveotnte (llt.uo.)
Now. tb-refore, notice 1 hereby given iba,
on inureuay, uii,inuayor Janaary, II I, at
iuo uoor oi tne cuuri neuse la aald city of Charter
at the hour o twoo'tioca p.m of aald day, t be
Undemlvned Will utter aald unirulaaa in. .at to
the hlgheet tiidder for eaab lu hand and on ui.k-
uganiii tale, win make, exeeuu and deliver to
the purehaaer a good aud auOlcient deed therefor,
Is hereby given to Joshua U. Uall as admin's
Iralor de bonis non of itw.tateof Ujaea i l.rk.
deceased, and Edwia Bralnar.i of tbe pendency,
iu uw . ireuu toun oi Aicxaauer uouniv, mi
aoU, of a bill la eba eery to toreeloae a mort
gage, wherein yoa, toget er wuk Uuwiicay N.
hblumaa, Loulaa K 6hlpmn. Jo b W.
Drt.l and Charles Edward Tracy, ae Beceiv
era of tb Cairo and Vlnceoi la railroad, and tne
Cairo and Vlaeinnia railroad Anniiianv.M iU-
lendanta, and CharlC. Mohea.aa Btcelverof
ef '-th Mutud Life Insurant Company" of
ynicaio.taoonpiainani i ana tnaitiMBammon
is eai.i cause I returnable oa tb Srat day oi lb
Ik Jannar term. A. II. I87M. nl aal.l iVwrt ta
be noliien at It. Court Home, la th city of
vairutueam caaniy, OB IB aril AtuBdaV M
said month. Dated Nov. 7. 1177.
. JOUJ A. RJkEVai Clerk of said Court
AmtLP. Waaaua, SoUcltor ofcoatplaint
v tr .alary by devoting a very email oortloa of
r leleure time to my interest. 1 do not x-
peci yna io canvas mr my eieDrted Beatty'i
PUnoa and Organ aal roa m It te bit the
aarvtee 1 nqulre of you fe balk fleaiaM aad
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION. Ohio Leveo.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints--,!! Colon E:ady for ths Sri
Lard Oil, Whale Oa
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Th? Elgin Ke.osgne Can.
The OalyPerfeot Can io
th World. Made of Olasa
and Warranted sot to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family ahould have
OIL TAKES and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
...j measuring force rump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
tveaen. we sell at their prices
iy ; a
Agency and Depot for Ayers' 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 DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHENE
4,Lastwoik I bonphtalOcentpacltaiieof Washmeaiid done my washing It. one ball
the usual time at les than halt the cost of Soap. My clothe weri wbl er. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not .hrink my woolnns, and for one I was enabled to get
hot dinner on Monday. So Utiles Uy it, and you v. ill save labor, time and money. It I
perfectly safe to use it. vug 'a
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
GOlden Lion HftlOiyriO-J Exquisite rragranco
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
' All Kinds
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and nnnntov PvncTinfl
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Poli sh
Pure Imported Bay Bum, Splendid-Canada Tar
, aD - aa B .aw
oap- ungual, and American Hoapt Fine im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Bottle or In Broken Quailtl
lies aa wanted at low price.
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after t thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
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.
Buy WA8HTNE AT BARCLAY'S.
Fever P ills
at Dr. Woods1 Prices.
Table UseVerv Oheati
Best Trusses. All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Blacking:. Stove Blacking:
of Almanacs Free to All
Sarsaoarlila and Blood Purifier
and all Aeue Medicinas
' , ; i a i .
At Borolayn' Druo Sicnro.