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rUf. baiaa ot this company toaatrt it Bt
Laiis and Kaat Ht. Unit, wltk alt Uwt
ar totha Marlia, tat4 Waal.
TIME BCHKDULE '
, 6 Ml p .m.
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J. AhtLF.. Altai at Cairo
"TOE tftSHlllGTON CITY ROUTE"
ffllE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
OH LT DIEECT BOUTB
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, :) SVltU dirci't C'oDctloni for
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KKt'DT, 1'LKASANT and t'OMKORT
- ABLE TRIP.
(Should remember that; the
BALTIMORE 1st OHIO RAILROAD
- t ' . Is eelebreted for tts
aicgant Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Orand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley u
Hcenei y, end the many points
, . Historical Interest Along
Fare will ALWAYS bo is LOW
at ly any ber Use.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
' Bun Tnron b
, Between;the Principal
WflBtflril and ' JBastem Cities. I
Kor through tickets, baggage checks,
movement of trains, sleeping cat accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket offices
, tt all principal points.
KOBTB, SOTJTH, XA8T or WEBT
L. 54. Cole
ton. Ticket Agt'
Tkos. K. Bharp,
UaaUr of Trantp'a
UAIB0 & VINCENNES E. E.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
TO EVANS VILLE,
. 47 Miles the Shortest to
' 'Mm' EMM
. . . AND WASHINOTON.
34 Miles the Shortest to
AND BOSTON. 1
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fllX HOtJRS SAVED
1 ' O' A ' iJ J H '. OVER TRAIN Of
ALL OTHER ROADS
iHO J '2 sm Conntotioni,
- leseeatrera hy ether rem too to make
Connootloae moat tide all alcht wait
la front One to Sis. Houra at
aaaall ooankry atatione for
ihSJlb s-lsls) of eoneotia roada. , ,
AsmemlMy that fact and take tor
nm - rM "t-ti v i -!'.
sau a a r .
T . , . i, i i ("i i Si i
Ttalae leave and arrive at Cairo, as follows!
. "t. iDfe.n ' ' bikuh S:tO e. I
sjiied " f.iM,n.i"",,"-'t''?lk m.
1IXM " .,
t kronib: Uekafi and eheek to all Important
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49. A. KILIXa,
GRANT AT SUNDERLAND.
V ' .TT"r '
"Snadivlsrid Herald. -
,UM viarircat Mrtlala.
-, ilJt)Xitt4y Ueaurat (Jraut, teooropDletl
h ilVrS J )rii id Oottriil ll4eu ii
patty, riaWa vuli to tlia cxteoaive
worki ot Meim.iaaiet Hartley k Co. lin-
tMdiaitlr etrliig lbs ofllei, Mr. 11.
P. Ktyll,ti)lreluj tltu Oencral, nU lie
wst yry glad ! calva4 lUitlroui
bluylur tbej, bad muy cu(oitr in
Africa, fidnod, "AnietlfA woo Ifcelr Wl
uirkot, aud tiirrWrt of tlillTlilt Would
Tra id will inwret-t. They therefore
ho,el to iiiaW Ui vlilt of General Oraut
iaUifaUuK 'If Uitn wtnt oj to ex
plain tlio olff.reut fjanufjtturet ol k'
ami amid oriUai;' U jOaettvlwHy con
ibted of crown glai,irblchtM "Kirtlier
ed"iroiu lurnitei aid by meannjof cen
trifugal farce Ukkly expanded Into tU
circle ol k1t- a pttrn tali e of wbfnb
wat tbeaeliows. Tbltkind U; no longer
maufa.:tured In Mcn. lUrUej'l workn,
ha vlnt ba eompleiaJy luperted'ed by the
manufacture of oheet glace, which ban ren
dered it production uuremuneraiive.. L'p
to 1H4D, when the duty wae taken offgltsH,
It waiconsl'Urcd extravagant to tue large
Um, but when the duty wai remored
there waianmcb gretUr demand and the
manufacture ol ibeet glasi or cylinder glati
cante'luto operation. Mr. Kyall here
pointed out to tie Ueiural two etotniouii
eytindere which had been manufactured
In the wort and,wbich tneaaurcd from 80 to
lOtlncbealn length, and forty inches in
diameter. Tbee, however, be laid, were
larger than thoae ordinarily nude, at 'be
expense ol gathering end blowing
ueb extreme M.e we equal to producing
poli.bed plate gla.-a. The orJinary tize
wai now 50 iucbei in lenittb, end 30 Inches
wide. Large kbeet were difficult to man
ufacture, and great care bad to be exer
cised ty tue workman, uexperience alone
could teach bim the proper amount ot
natal A 'iftlhftr knil llAW tn IlloW OUt
am U .the proper length and width.
The glaHS UJiut lie uisuiuuiea eveniy over
the whole surtai-e and not be ditnrbcd
even by the fortieth part of an Inch. Tbe
Americans themselves bad adopted this
method of manufacturing glass. Sir. ksyll
also showed specimens of polished, rolled,
and toughened gla, wlta tbe letter ot
which an interesting experiment wss
shown. General (irant said bis was
very opportune, inasmuch as be had lately
seen glass manufactured at Pittibur. The
party then proceeded on a tour of inspec
tion of tbe works, end witnessed the man-
ufacture ol ordinary sheet win. low glass
in nearly all its tage, also tbe minuiac
ture of furnace pots used in the melting ef
the metal. The materials used in tbe man
ufacture ol eomon window glass are sand,
talpbpate of soda, chalk, and black oxide
01 manganese. Tbese are carefully pow-
derel and calcined prior lo their transfer
iu definite proportions to the crucibles or
glass-house pots. , The manufacture ol
these gUe-houe pots Is an impotant and
Interesting branch of Messrs Hartley '
manufacture. Tbe metal in the luroace
having been converted into tbe requisite
molten state, tbe visitors witnessed tbe op
eration ot manufacturing it into cylinders.
Tbe blowers, with their long blow-pipes,
approached the glowing furnace, and after
a lew seconds they withdrew them with a
goodly lump of molton metal attached.
71ls, by blowing, is distended, and, stand
ing over a pit, the blower dextronsly
swings tbe blow-pipe from side to side, the
pear-shape bulb of glass assuming mean
while the symmetrical form of a true cylin
der with rounded ends. That end ot the
cylinder unattached to the blow-pipe is
now weakened by tbe application of a
piece of molton glass, and the mouth of the
blow-pipe being closed, tbe expauslon of
the contained air bursts tbe softened end
t the cylinder, which is thereupoa snap-
vu rriiu asuiuiuiv iuui. mc ui iuiiiK ia
to detach the cylinder, when completed,
from the blow-pipe, and this Is effected by
drawing round Its nock a cold iron, which
causes it to separate. Tbe cylinders are
tbea split from end to end by a diamond,
and placed in tbe flattening kiln. Here,
subjected to a nicely graduated heat, the
glass softens, and with the aid of suitable
tools the eylinderi are opened out, Die
resulting flat sheet of glass being removed
to annealing kilns, where they are per
feeted, The method of manufacture in
the case ol plate glass, which was also wit
nessed by tbe visitors, ia altogether differ
eat. Before Mr. Hartley Introduced hit
successful plan of manipulation It was
tbe custom to lift bodily from the
furnace by means of cranes, tbe cauldrons
of glust, 'their contents being thrown
upon an iron tnblo and relied into large
plates. The use ot ladles ii an emen
tial part of Mr, Hartley's patent, and
it also embraces the happy idea of engrav
log a pattern on the table. By the
adoption ef tbese simple expedients tbe
manufacture is greatly helped forward
lor the tmaller p.atei can be economically
produced, and tbe suitability of tbe gists
lor certain purposes is appreciably In
creased. The glass Is prodaced in vary
Ing thicknesses, tbe table on wbicb tbe
plastic metal ii rolled being fitted with
lateral gnagei which enable the degrees
of tblekaesses to be regulated tea nicety
Other departments ol tbe works are eciu
pled with the production of miscellaneous
and colored glass. Ia tbe latter branch
Messrs. Hartley have wea considerable
repute, their glais for pictorial windows
'bowing a btauty ol tint and texture
tbe best specimens el ancient
bowing a btauty ol tint and texture
anufaeture. In the artists' rocm tbe
visitors wltaesisd tbe eotrse of eoapls-
tion ol window for the private ol the
Queen at Wind tor, made alter a favorite
design ot her Majesty. The storage ao
tnodatioaat Messrs. Hartley's worki
most extensive, and the. largest of the
warehouses, known as the Crystal Palace
ii remarkable structure. It Ii 170 feet
long by 78 leet wide, and Ii glased tbe
VMIMI' JIU JAW
Otte. SuUaHti, StUAlxMr, Coraaor Xwlllh, treat ant
CAIRO ILLINOIS, SUNDAY,
ridge aud furrow principle. The roof con
tains no lets than 1,0 squares or glasr, in
all amountlog to 10,400 superlUdat feot.
The lmmi'De apartment Is well tilled with
the produeU of the works, the galleries
containing Urge quantitlis el glass articles
used In horticulture.
A branch ol the No toeattrrn Railway
penetrates into the works, flaying tbns
visited nearly every department of the
works, tbe Sencrsl and bin party lelt the
premises, being greeted with enthHslestie
cheers Irout some thouiandd of people
wbo bad avtenibled in the DighloibooJ.
Or Kngar-:otd,C'onceutrUd, Hoot
net Herbal Juice, AuiUBiIlooe
Uraualea. nE"IITTUE OIANT"
CATHAHTIC, or Mnltam lit Par TO
Physic. : .
The neveltv of modern Mcllcal. Chemical and
Pharmaceutical Science. No un ot any longer
taking Uio lara-e, repulsive, ami naiiicous pills,
eompoaert of cheap, crude, and bulky Inirrwli
ents, wuen we can, by a careful application ot
chemical science, extmet all the ealiiartle and
other medloinal properties from the moat valu
able toots And herbs, and concentrate them Into
minute tiranuie. eeareeiv larsrer than a
mnatarat need, thai ran Ue readily swallowed
by thoaa ot the moot aenaltlve stomachs and faa
Udiouiuutca. KachliuleParsjallve Pellet
representa. ia a most concentrated form, a much
calhartio p"cr as is embodied in any of the
large pn i'umiu i'r mis in arug-toopa, errors
llu-ir i:nU.i Jul c.itli-'i iii iwcr. In comosruion
to their aiie, efil urlio bare not tried lliem are
t to auppoae mat nicy are nurio or uraatic in
ect: but audi is not at all tbeeane, the dilTorenl
active medicinal principles af which they are
eompoaed belnp so harmonised and modified,
one by the others, as to produce a noil
aearchlng and taoroogli, yet f eutlr
and kindly operating, cathartic.
t SOO Ileward Is herehr offereil bv the nro-
pneior ( theae IVIIeia, to any cbemiat who,
urion analvtu. will And In them anv calomel or
other forms of mercury, mineral poison, or In-
urious urug. -
Helm entirely Tearetable. no eartlcnlar
eare ia required while using them. They oper
ate witnoiii uitturimnce to tue constitution, utet.
or occupation. For Jaundice, Headache,
t'ouatlpatlon, impure Blood, Pain
In the Mioafdera, Tlghtneaa of the
Chest, Dlulneaa, Soar Eructations
irons toe aioaaatn, use tasta in too
saouth, BIMone atUeha, Pala la rc
on os avianeya, aiiieraat eevar,
loated feellaa-aboat Stomach. Bosh
of Blood to Head, High-colored
Urine, l aeoeiahllit and tloomy
lorrbodliiao, uke Dr. Plerce'e Pleaa
aat Pargailre Pellets. In explanation of
the remedial power of my Pura-ative Felleta
over o gret a variety of iiarasen,' I with to say
ttifct taeir anion upon too animal
economy la universal, not a Bland or
tlaaue escaping; their eauailve Im
presa. Ase does not Impair the pmpertiea of
utw rcueia. incj arn auirar-coaiou ana in
ioseil in (lau botUes. their virtues beinir there-
by prcnervod nnimpaircd for any lenrthof time,
In any climate, so that they are alwitya freih
nn'l rcimi'i. xnis is dvi iuq casu mnu IUUCQ
pillt which aro put up In cheap woolen or
ijteboarl boxen. Recollect that for all die
f:ncs where a Laxative, Alterative, Of
Purgative, ia Indicated, these little Felleta
win Kive tut own pcnwi nsmiaaioa w m wuo
They are eold by all Druggists at
It cento a bottle -
B.y.PUn:2. U. CProp'r,
nrrrALo, x. v.
GLAD Mm TO THS AFFLICTSD !
Alliilment untverallv acknowledged aa
tbe most renowned quick cure ever brought
before the pubic in the Nineteenth cen
tury for the perfect cure ot
Man and Beast !
This pooular and great healing remedy.
so long needed by suffering humanity, is
riving unbounded proofs of its meriu.by
all having tested its unrivaled powers, and
n all cases rlalralog it the most power
tul remedy and quick reliever from agony,
Diamond Oil Fosesses
he best concentrated healing properties,
quickest scientific arts lor pain relief, mont
combined medicated necesnities, us a lini
ment for man and beast, ever introduced
for public benefit.
who will use this liniment in time, will be
convinced that this is a sure cure for rheu
matism, neuralgia, bruises, sprains, swell-
lug, burns, cuts, felons, tumors, piles,
Injured limbs, scald, gout, dlptberla,
sore throat, toothache, Headache, Insect
bites, bts, colic, tape worms, etc., lor toe
human race, and Is
A POSITIVE CX'RE
for sweeney, ringbone, strains, callous
sinews, hurts, curbs, cute, bruises, lame
ness, strained fetlocks, spavins, colic, botts,
wlndgall, poll evil, cattle and sheep com
plaints, and all general diseases in stock,
and the many other ainictions of both man
DIAMOND OIL is lor sale by Framk
Hiliv, being well recomended by all
druggis, pbyicians, and every one who bas
ever used it. Price. 7) cents per bottle.
. I" AUAHit i u.,
Bramch Office, Indianapolis Ind. .
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now ofloriiij my entire
stock of .
FortheXext Tbiriy lye
At I t'itatd lo juit the bmnrm,
PARTIES ' IS SEARCH OP BAR
O AIN3 SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
. I 3YALD E R, '.
Cor. 6th Street and Ohio Leyce.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. If 8
CITY NATIONAL BANK, C A IB O
A. B BAFfOItD. President. !
n 8. TAYLOR. Vic Frvalilont.
W . UYrLOi, Beo'y and Treasurer.
' PaiilU Wcam,
1. kl. BTocartaTfl,
u. u. ixmNaMAM
J. hi PHILLlVs! "
rXTEHEST paid on depoaiu at the rale of six
per cent, per annum. March 1st and Hpteni
xrlat. lauiraat not withdrawn It added imma
Uabdy to the principal of the deposits, tbrvhj
rlvlnir h.t, .t.r,.. ...j Intfret..
Wi-inta and Children may
poait Money and no one
elae oan draw it.
Opus evnrybusineudaynromlla.nl. to 3 p.m,
ad Haturday eyanlnra for savings deposits only
torn S to o'clock.
City National Bank
W. P. 1IAIX1UAY, l'resldent.
IIKNUV Li. HALLIDAY, ViotPmt
A. It. H VT01tl, Chlr.
WAI Tr 8 UYHLOP. Ass't Cashier.
. STiiTS TaVLOl, R. II. Cl KNltil.HAM,
11, L, Haixidat, W. I. Hai.lhai,
(f. V. WilliamJdS, Htipusk llmii,
A. B. SASTi'MO.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rceivt'l and a general tanking
t. Bots, President.
it. Wells, Cannier.
T.J. north, Aai-t. Laah'r
C irner Oouunarolal Ave. and 8th Street
F. PrOHB, Cairo. Wai Kloge, (slro.
P. Neff, Cairo. Win Wolf alio.
A. fmsanka, t'jirn. It. I. Billinsiy, bt l.O'US
K. Bu ler, Cairo. II. Wrila, Cairo.
F. II. P.rinkman, St. I-oiUe.
.1. Y. Ch-uisoo, aledonla.
A neaernl Bnnklna; Boalneae Done
tf-Exchange told and bought. Interest paid
a me 8avinars UeiartniFnt. Collections made,
nd all bualneas promptly attended to.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Buuk Bulging, up.lialis,
Ihe Oldest fcEiubllshcd Agency IB Sotillient
Illinois, sod rpreieming ovr
185 000 000
rublic Notice U hereby given that by vir
tue of the power given me in two deeds ol
trust, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Devlne to the undersigned,
Hugh Callahan, tbe first dated May lit,
1876, given to secure the payment ol a
promiMsory note of said John Devlne, of
even date therewith, for tbe sum of two
hundred and twelve dollars, pay able six
months alter dale, aud recorded in the re
corders office of Alexander county, in
book 0, at page 148; and the second dated
March 22d, 1870, given to secure the pay
ment of another note of said JohttDcviue.
of even date therewith, for tbe sum ol two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
Iroiu date, and recorded In the said record
er's office, In book 6, at page 1UI; nnl upon
which said notes there Is now due the sum
of 4tf!i.42, 1 will, on the 30th day ot Novem
ber, 1X77, at tbe hour of 11 o'clock a. ui. ot
said day.at the front doorol tbe court-house
in the city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ol Illinois, sell at publio auction,
to the highest biddor for cash, the following
described lots ol ground, being the saute
described in and convoyed by oach of said
deods of trutt, to-w It: Lota twenty-three
Ci.".) and twenty-four (ii). in block fllty-two
(52), ia the said city ot Cairo, county of
Alexander and state or Illinois, together
with all the right and equity of redemption
of the- said John Devlne in and to said
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and I m mod iat e possession of the
premises. Dated October 2!)tb, 1877.
HL'UII CALLAUAN, Trustee,
bAMi'BL 1. Witccxirt, Atlv lor Trustee.
' weekly Bt
How 11 la OoxvO
Tbs first object In life with the American peo
ple is to "fst rich I'' the eecoed, boar to regain
good health. Tbe Irsi tan be obtained byausr-
Rf, hoaeaty and lavlngt the second, (good
ealth.) by using Qreen's Anrngt rlower.
Should yon la a despondent sunarer from any ef
the efrctt ol Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Indi
gestion, Ae.,sueh as Sick Headache, I'alpnalloi
of the Heart. Sour Stomach, Habitual Costive
a eat, Dirslness of the Head, Mtrvotis Prostra
tion, Low spirits. Ac. , yoa ae d sot suler an
other day. Two dnera ef August Flour will
rWlaravon at ones. Bamnla Boitlea lOeents.'
BcgiHer sue 7S eeats. FoeMrtly sold by al.
irst-tlets Vptgatsts la the 1
sj.av I ; r
NOVEMBER 4, 1877
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpua I.CI.I.KTIN Is published every morning
(except Uoatuy to the Bulletin Building, eor
net Washinfttou avenue and Twelfth street.
Tax BtnxiTtif Is served to city subscribers Ly I
faithful carriers at Twenty-five Cents a Wetk,
payable weekly. By Mall, (In advanca) , S 10 per
anuru; six montht, i; three mnnths, II; on
month, It 28. '
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thais lay morning at $1
pel annum, invariably in advance. IhspostSK
a tin Wkly will be prepaid at this office, so
a sabaurlliers wll obtain fr.r a subscrlptloa
rio.nl 1 1 year.
o a i l r .
Business Cards, per annum -.fX
One square, one asertlon, a 00
One square, two insertions, i 1 U
One square, one wee , 2 50
Oae equai. two wesks 3 so
One anaare, three weeks, 4 00
One sqtrra, onanonth no
W MM KL I.
One square, one Insertion - ...11 00
Each subsequent Inrmrtijn SO
aa"One inch Is s square.
tTo regular advertisers we offer superiorly
dtiozmcnts, both ss to rate ol chargea and man
ner of displaying their favors.
Oommanloatlona upon aubjeota of
ara Interest to the pabllo eolloltod.
tJ"AII Bntlnesi Letters should be addressnl to
t'alro Halletla Company
Whereat, Holcome Murray and Jane
Munay, his wife, ot Alexander county,
Illinois, by a sale mortgage duted the twen
tieth day of January, A. I). lsTti, and duly
recorded ia the olllce of the recorder of
deeds of Alexander county, Illinois, in
Volume X. of Sale Mortgages, on page 308.
did grant, bargain, sell, remise, alien and
convey uuto David T. Linetrar and John II,
Mulkey tbe land and premises hereinafter
described, to secure the payment of a cer
tain promissory note, of even date there
with, payable ninety days after date to
David T. Liuegar and John II. Mulkey, for
the sum ol one bundreil dollars (fiou 00),
witn interest at tue rate or ten per cent,
per annum from date, and signed by the
ssld Holcome Murray and .lane Murray, his
wire; ana whereas, mere is now due end
unpaid upon said note the sum of U7 M,
being the aggregate of the principal and in
terest up to this date. Now, thorelorc, de
fault having been in ado in the payment of
said promissory note and Interest thereon,
public notice is hereby given that In purtu
ance ol the provisions of said sale mortgage
and by virtue of tbe power and authority
granted to us, in and by tbe same, we
shall, on Saturday, the 2 lib day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1877, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, at the soutTi door of the court
house, in ihe eity of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and stste of Illinois, sell at public
vendue, to ti e highest bidder for caili in
band, the premises dsscribed in sild sale
mortgage as: The north half til ol the
northwest quarter (I) of section thirty-one
(31), 'In township sixteen (16), range one
(I) west, except forty (40) acres off ol the
east end of said north half (1), in the said
county ol Alexander and state of Illinois,
situated in the county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, and all right and equity of
redemption of the said Holcome Aiurray
and Jane Murray, bis wife, their heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators or assigns therein.
David T. Linuab and i a.-..,,,,...,
.IohnH.Mclkby, J Mortgagee".
Cairo, III., October 23, 1,7. dtd
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic
WISE OF AliTj K1X1M.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
" rtS.-sKS. AM YTU ft CO., have constantly a
1VA. large etocK 01 tne neat irnous in tne mar
ket, snit giveexpecisi atientioa to tue wnoic
tale branch ol' the business
The attention of tlio public Is culled,
to this great improvement in
Of 7i of Mi Mi 6iTt it i Trial.
Call nt the
ui Cellar Faciwy,
XO. UO C'OMMEUUAL AVE.,
anil examiue aud be convinced of tue
tyreat superiority of this new collar over
the old style hard and still' collar now In
use. It Is a woll-known fact trnt eycry
day largo numbers ol horses aro rendered
unfit lor service by chtfllujr, caused by
the use of the old stylo collar, and that
by this means many horses are mado to
balk. This now collar will obviate all
THE TUHXEY HORSE
is the best made. Come and see them
at 119 Commercial avonue.foot of Sevonth
Turley Eorse Holla
t, t t bmw St., Maadtti
Ia the uu of lUi book dimply molilen the gum
and apply tin rai. i he inimedhta rr.iilt will
immriliairly confirm the trMimoliy of mint to the
IT IS THE ONLY CONVENIENT
A'bpted to iucl tlie waiit of
THE LAWYER, ,
THE STATESMAN. '
THE TEACHER, . '
and no Home os complete without it.
The Child's rtrrap-flook aflurili iintrnc
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Address la. fcrjta Me. ITN h It. St. Leaie. ate.
. tf.ii tuoeii.
I m au.v eas;af
a-niiwiilrnrvuBuUiuut aud tU aunly save y-e
,. Xeuia ainwtla'e ft ISlbt'a Ca,. S. lale. aa
Knell week to Airnla. flooflsWapte. ra.ns)
tleulisr ire. i. Won AVu.ttt.l
gtrmOlM rlATWAiM-BM. Chase.
Wlestla lbs known world. tamWatehtni
Wotles of Float aettleraeat.
ityisoriuuis, juttodtfctifcij-, ,
' It .latCAf -Culhaiiiat lbl. ,iLAJ '
' Holies I nerebgiveit tlut id MWsy, tli l.tk
lav of November. 1677. the iindeni
trutor of said tiutc, wjilj present to in coaaty court
" uruniier cnomy, ar tae- court Doth ia Cairo.
Illinois, m Una llier.t.tkji 10 b. lui,um hi. a..)
report of hu acta and doiuarx aa Mich adminl.tai..
iid wk Ike court tu b discharged ftorn any and all
niriiivx UU.JSS ana lupoaaiouilics UsanecMU -Bttn
aid estate,' and hit SdmiiUnistratiea thereof, at
which urn and placeauch aerseuausxainkre.Ue
may be present and resist tuvb aptlicmio, if thty
CllOOM 5 to do, .
(Sigaed) E a.tcr.1. lldi.MSa,
Cairn, ills., Oct. 17, 1K7. Jk , x wttt.
CHAJIUSBT MOTtCBy ' ,
State of IlUnola, eouaty of Alexander.'
Circuit court of Alexandn cnuatv. Jaiuura
term, A. D. 1878.
Peter AdamtvaKaryidamt. Rill for diveire.
. AftidAvil of the neo-reaidence tt Mary Aden
the above named defeirUat taring ktea lied ia the
oftVeof the clerk of uidceurlof Aleuadercoamy
notice ia hereby given to the aald o-mideit ete-
leaaaat mat tne uld fetet Adaau. coapUlaaM,
uieu nn diii tot uivorce on the CUAMery side thtre
fr the 19th day of October. A. . 1W7; and that a
umroom thereupoa katied out of taiet cenirt agaian
aaid defendant returaahla na the tat Men day la the
raoatk of January, A, li. 1S7N. as the law direct.
Now, therefore, ualeaa you, ihewul Mary Adaau,
thall penonally be and appear MoeatkaOreaiit court
of Alexander county am the iat day at trie next tarn
tncteoi 10 ue neia at tne ooun-nouae. aa tne city or
i'alro, m tald eaoary, w Ihe tnt Monday in the
month of dnnuary, A. ! lira, aad alcaef aaawer
or demur to tald sill e ertmpuMQt, tae tamt ana the
niaitera and tblnga therela contained, wiU be take
tit and at confeated, and a decree rendered agaimt
yuu acceruiug to tne prayer ot tne lame, tc.
JOHN A. KE& YE, Clerk,
W. 0 . Mulkey, Compt't el'i. .
wtw Cairo, Ilh., Oct. tth, A. P. W7.
., t , . MorteagreeefsiUe.
Notice i hereby ri vea that by iy'tue sf a certain
sale montage, dated the twenry-igUib day of in
rember, A. i. lB7t. executed by Jaoeb U. I.yach
aid Mary A. lyBth, aiawtk, mraatsra, tt Jcke
frick. front en, to tecum the payawat of a certain
nruailwory nota tor tlaaaaekot-awafaiahandnd aol
lart of tbat date, payebla twelve auintht after
date, vrtib tea per rent, merot (4 anaaa, dc
, feult having been made In the payment of taid note,
ami there bemg now tine thcreea totrr hundred aao -aeventy-fbur
dolhn and teventy eenta, 1 will, on
Wednetda v. the twenrr-tnt daw ef Nevember. A .
I'. 1X77, at the hour or twoo cloct
p m. or mi 1
day, at the front door of the
in the e tv of Cairo. la
0 Alexandar' and State of JlIlBols, sell tbe pre
lumes lo and by aaid aIeAUrrrgae conveyed
and mnrtioMtet, aeacrtoM as satiowa, to-wil ;
Lett nuru bored tour (t) -aadove () la block,
niimbermt autr-eiRbt (W) an the eiiy ef Cairo,
in the county or AJwW,eat blt at Illiaola.
tocether with, all the asiatcrlght, title and la tr
eat ot aaia gran lore taenia ineiuamg tne rgnt
and equity of redemption of said grantera, at
Kuuiie vennue to tne nignesi uiaoer tor eean in
and, In order to make the antooai now due up
on aaid note and ttn latavaet taat shall anerae
imiHttMdayolaaleaselia cmta and ohararea of
lliitproeeeUlg.. ..JACKaOS FKICK,
Oct.lS,4-w, , ... f t t. Mortgagee.
; THt'9TE9'( AtVeVa
WXRIA, Sarah t. GIiuMrrranref Alexander
county. State of Illinois, bv deed of trust, made.
executed and acknowledged en the laid day ef
Augiut, A. D.l;, and recorded in tbeoflieecf
recorder sf deeds Of aaid oolinty ia book "tj"
of trust deeds on pagaltU, did eTTaat, bargain,
tell, and waver, onto tbe andenlftied ii. W.
Brewa and Martin BrowayJ.naateee, the lota or
pasells of land hereinafter described to secure
the payment of oae. piesalasery note, of even
date with sail deed ( trust, for the turn of one
hundred and thirty rtellars sad Buy cents, ray-
able to the said B. F. Brown and Martin
Brown six months after the date thereof, with
interest at the rata ot tea per eenttun ner annum
from date until paid. And whereas, there ia
now cute ana unpaid en rata promissory note
the sum of sixty-two dolhtrs and ten eenta, be
ing the aggregate or tha an paid principal and
Interest up to this date. ' '
now, ttwrrernre,- - aeiann saving oeen luaaa
in the payment of aaid promissory nota aad la
te real tltereon aocording to the conditions and
stipulations of said deed of trust, public notice
Is, therefore, hereby given that la pursuance of
the provisions of said deed of trust , and b y vir
tue af the authority trranteat ue therein, we
shall, on Monday,, the 3rd day of December,
A, D. 1877, at the hour of il o'clock a. in. at
said day, and at the front door ef the court
house in the eity of Cairo, coanty ef Alexander
and State of Illinois, self at putilie vendue to
thehigbeabbidder foresail ia band, the premisea
descriYied in aaid deed of trust as "lots number
eight (n), nine () and ten (10) la block, number
one (1) in the old original tewa of Thebes. Al
eiander county, Illinois," together with all
right and equity of redemption of ber, the said
Sarah K. Glassman, hat heirs, executors, ad
ministrators or assigns.
. B.F. Baowa,
. , , , , Martw Bboww,
' ' Trustees.
Octotierii, 1S77. . .) ) Nov. l,4w
... . . r t n 1 r j n t x r
ii KRaA...losepn a. .uorrar.aau uuasic jv'ii.jr.
his wife, of Johnson countv. Illinois, bv deed of
truss maae, cxecuiew. ena sCTwrnwiTtt om uwui
teenth day of October, A. D. 1M7U, aad duy record,
ed in the office of tbe recorder of deeds of Alexan
der county, Illinois, in volume ) tlx, of deeda ea
nare 0.'.,. did irrant. baraaia. tell, remise, raeaaa
and convey, unto me tha nadeteigaed Joha U.
Mulkev. aa trustee, tne tana ami premises nereinai-
ter described, to secure the payment of two ceruia
nmmiturv Bote, ot even date taerewttn navaose :
One to the ordei of John II. Mulkey for tbe turn of
three hundred and ultv dollars (uuu; wita interest
at the rate of te a per cent, par annum after maturity j
and the other te the order of Linegar aad Lanadea
for the sum of three hundred and kfty dollars ($350)
with interest at the rate of ten per cent, per annum
after maturity, both payable six monuu alter tne
dates therein and aimed bv the aaid Joseph B. Mot
rav and Robert J. Morrav. ' And whereaa. there ia
now due and unpaid on aaid notes tbe turn of eevca
hundred and thirty-five dollars (t73u), being tha
aggregate ot tae principal aaa nuereai up so inre
date. Now, therefore, default kaviag been made la
the payment of laid promiaery notes and lateral
thereon public aoitce Is hereby girea thai in pursu
ance of the provisions of aaid deed ol trust and by
virtue of the power and authority granted to me ia
and by the same, I thall on Satur
no, 1 thall on Saturday, tne twin aa-
of November, A. D. 1B77, at 1 e'cloek In tbe after
noon of that da v. at the froat door of tae court-houae
in the C'itv of Cairo, countv of Alexander, and State
of Illinois, sell at public veadue te tae higheat bid
der tor casti in nana, tne premisea ueecrioea ia his
deed of trust aa the aorth- west fcurth of the south
east quarter and the aortheaat fourth of tbe south
west quarter ef section, seventeen toWnskip fauneea
south range, three west of the third principal
m-nrllan. contauunar eutntv acres, more or lean.
iimateil In the countv ef Alexander and State ef
Illinois , and all right and equity -ef redemption of
the aaid Joseph t... At array, ami auxait asorray, rue
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, or as
signs therein. JOHH.MctaST, Trustee.
Caire,!, October the SB, A i, lt7. did
E U LIItEETS,
nern in stent rat tie.- ior twenty vea
KvcrTVthcre nroved. the ttit tAP
S.1 VIPLIL 1.1 ONCCIICALaci LFFICIB
medic mm kit or It. 'f aryare lut vtlea
the peooie vtant, taring tnue, money
sickness a;ia ktifrrrlnA Krrry stsrst
iperllc tbe well irica peranlptiem
Rucuilne. '.olsiclpu. . . , ,
Nos. Cures, Ceol
I: Fevers, fyinstitm, leflrmmationa, , .
X. w rrss, wiinu i.cr, worm iiusc, . .
3. C'rylliK-r'-llc, nrTnlthltlart f InfauU,.
4. ISIarrliOua, ef C'hltitreti or. Adultr?, , .
5. Uy-rntcry, O.lul'.it, Billou. Colic, . .
. t'ftolrro-Vltrt'bH-i, V'turttrg, . . . .
7, t'riitxlii", Co'is, Pn xel.u
8. Neuralir , Iwlh-'hc Facearh, . .
Hca'taclir'., -SlcW U.adacU., Vtriiyi, .
10. Uyttt-'lK'rt, Ili'.' l" t-b T.'h, . , . .
11. Sitf.inrrs-ie.l, or Painful Pnim!, . . .
11 Uli lie, toe piohwe.Crrt id!-
i t'rotip. tnttgi', r f Viilt lti ; hic, . .
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1 BheutniitWiit, lain .i.a h t'xiiir. . ,
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17. PIIm, liib.Ber bta-iilng, : .; . .
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ri. ('atarrss, Kirtervhroale, lafitieiiaa, .
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