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J. -JHXai.y, A. W. YaTT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W.PYATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
Bulletin Building, Oor. Twelfth Btrec
ud WaaluairtOB Avenue,
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)vric IIouk From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Sumlny from 7 to 8 a.m. Monty
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ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
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Ixpreas leaves Calrodally tlMKlp. m.
siiruta arrives el Cairo daily lu,
accommodation leaves Cairo daily. ..2 .00. ni.
iiroiuodation arrives daily (t-xca
Hniiiuv 11 " m
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CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
a it. Xj7 oisi
T1IK trains of thl' .nnifmTif connect st St
Levis anl Fast .. l-oius, with all Uicr
cm to Ilia Sort- stvnal stud Went.
r 4 SCHKDULK
m. :15 a.m.
81. 1., nil.
W II. M.tCFAltl.AND. 2
Ticket ami Freight Agent, (alio.
A. WENTZ Uentnil Passenger Agent.;
J. AULLL, Agi-ui at Cairo
" i'HE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
rilE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIHECT ROUTE
With direct Connection lor
- - . . ... .
Wlr.r.UX, PLKASAST an. COMKOKT
' Stioulj renumber thatjthe
BALTIMORE, OHIO RAILROAD
K'lcgant Coacliee, Splendid Hotel", (irand
and fleautlflil Mountain and Valley
ficeneiy, and the many points
iliatorlcal Interest A long
GaFara will ALWAYS ba aa LOW
aa by any bar Lisa.
i PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Western andjj Eastern Cities.
For through tickets, baggage checks,
jiivemnit of train, sleeping car accom
ablations, etc., etc., apply at ticket ottlcca
at all principal point.
NORTH, SOUTH, BAST or WEST
Dorsey, L. 11. Cola
t'l Hun. i IsketAgt. lien. Ticket Agt'
. 1', Barry, Ttaos. H. Sharp,
. Agt. Master of Transp'o
UAIRO & VTNCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
. 34 Miles the Shortest to
OVER TK.VIN OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
t aaaenirara) by otbar route to maka
Connection a muat ride all night wait
ing from On to Six Hour at
' ama.ll oountry atationa for
traisa of oonneoting roada.
Romember that fact and take our
g5:00 a. m. Train,.roaching
l:::rk Indianapolis GiwliiLfiwillt
Tralua leave and arrlva at Cairo, aa followa
' Mull Loavee..... .." S'-W a. ra
Mixinl " t 7: Hi p. m,
Uiularrlvoi lD'P. m.
ixod " l4f,a. m.
riirouih tickets and nliac.ki to all Important
eltlea.. ; .
. f . A, MILLER, H.L. HOBBILL,
;Uon rani Ail't. 0md"P
,t. ; 1 j -i ' 1 " fa.,Atnt. ,.
(Jrint and Franklin.
Froui the l'aul Mail (iaze tie.
Souie amuteuient linn been canned Lire
by tba taaiturnlty of tun. Ciraut, who li
not, however, more partilmonloim ot wordi
than the brut treat American dtien who
ylnlted Fume. In the lite ol lliillly, and
mayor ol i'arh, I find It mentioned that it
w at Challlot, In a little country houte
ba received hia friend, that be made tba
airpialntce of Franklin, who bad taken up
bia abode at Vattx with Mnm. Uelvetlua.
"The Urnt meeting liotween these two
men, lio resembled each other in more
than one point, wa," wrilen .M, Nourii
aon, "itranga enough. It is known that
Franklin waa very silant; as ambaitador of
the I'nited States of America be was
bound to be no. liallly, preceded by bis
reputation, wtiittonee Franklin, who re
raiTad blm a mervelllu. 'Good mornli,
M. Fraukllo. How do you do?' Said Hall
ly. "Very well, nir,' replied Franklin.
"Bailly then sut down by the tide ol
Franklin, and, aa much through modesty
as repect, not daring to put another que
tioH, a sl'enne was ctabllbed between the
pair which last J two hours. After this
mute convcritttioa, which waa as elo'iutnt
on one aide a the other, Bailly rose, and
Franklin, conducting him to the door,
shook biin by tbe band and repeated the
words, 'Foit bicn.' "
A new and wonderlul invention for
wa.'hluK. W allien like maidc : better than
soap lor wanning auyttilnr ; watnea in one
third of tbe time ; wanhes in bard or aoft
hot or cold water; tba only preparation
ever invented that will prevent woolen n
Irani snrinkiu; worth four times its price
or wanning wooicna atone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
rvomtuemU It to all housekeepers, says:
"'I'bey will rejoice both lor economy's lake
tad the saftcy ol tjeir clothing, and that it
can no more injure doming or hands tban
common warm water."
SKAHL HY 4c JOnXftO.V,
21 i'latt Street, New York.
JSTJiardny tiros, will supply trade in
I be IHUrrcuee.
The ordinary Porous i'laiter, on account
31 its peculiar mecnaalcal action, ts eatvem
id an article ol merit: but Benson's Caoclne
f trous l'lanter is considered an article ol
extraordinary merit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, In addition, pes
isMies medicinal qaalities ol a remarkable
cature, which causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
)tbcr I'orous riaHterawi'll not even relieve
For Jttiiumatiim, Ijaif Witk Ruck, Spina
Ilium, Crii k in tht Jitck, Kiclu.y I'imhm,
Siiramt anil brtiiiiua, Htvnt l'allii atd 8tll:.c,
nnkkaea of Un Hai;k. ate.
I k. inanuiactuier of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
ReclTodthtUiKhcstAllalat tUe Cvntvnnial .
It is now the staudard remedy. Its as
tonishlng pain relieving and ttrenthenini:
qualities attracted the attention ol tbe Cen
tennial Jurron anal thouaaada of physicians
who visited the Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tho best remedy ever invented for the
iJove ailments. Sold py all Druggists.
Price, So cents.
HaT Barclay Bros, will suprily the trade
I.Kit OK I)KAI.KKH
R. SMYTH & CO.,
tVliolt al and Ueta.il Driiirs in
Foreign and Domestio
avii:h of all ki.ms.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSltS. SMYTH ft CO., bsva constantly a
large stock ol the livnt kuwIb in the miir
kt, and Kivee'lieciil attention to the wliolc
el branch of the husiuees.
Unquestionably tno bee sustain ed
work of the kind in the World."
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27 1877
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
8uoceaBfjlly Treated wttli
SAKFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Id the tot of nvrlt. mil vwm tifn
tmntmnhi r l atiirrlnil Allnctlni.a, ntu
many minorahln fnllur-H, m'jiur ii!i't(int'i'.'l i i.T-i;!
furatlvn nroiinrtli-s In tlio rniwil n !, ' l i
kAXPoan't lurniMt.r i'hk f'ir t.'i ,rrl, ,,. , ,
prop'ruci? 'j )io uvlcliMirai, In tlw xl.nr o ol i n oh.
fitea tnumonlatsfroia tlviuioWixi'! wtnlil iiwi:, i
la all Stii'lOM of llfti.inuit lo C.:i'l . i.lv. r 1 1' !
rlnt. NuTfr.wolicllevn.ln tli'!M,ioryiifw.,ir.r
medlclnea him such Vfiln J I , t. .t'n 7 t' 1 f.
f.'reil,(rr!y offered, in t: vort,l aiir- tmti
tli'it In tho potj.'umu of tin nromli t.i- c,f tus.
ror!D'linADirAl,tlKi:Mrtvir.iil.ljwUI ,it". ua
not nipriMt!i.t.it!io-ii;n.tliii.'iiiftiio r'fi.i . i 1.
lnmraror. P"plonrT"n., a..ir,.)., mrr.. ,, j
1-urtKjf tlioHoiiisryil!iltyn'nltii.ii.i.n.t! ,riiviv r
any method of car ktwxra vUm rentier meiiie 1
r.rofcwion, lut siien 11m .iilill.-iiy i-k e...-.u.l in
publlli it.iicniciit. IIm.ci luo 1. .t uuntn',1 I 1
our potwlnn r-prMoat hit a f ill ,..rt r,f
tlioto withh"lit fur t:m r'-.i.-n nr-n 1 ;-.'. T'n
Hloirlnif tirmotti.i ti-.f:m'':.l:.i ivrr rrr.r
watu, ., dt Worn, ivi ft vo.'s r.r;.r -., n
an mutpoktu iiidoRitriKii.i 01 wuuwuuri. j.av
Vnm.VfT.ttti k ron-m.i . VTiolr-.-.lo T. !"- .; 1
IlosUin, M w.: titiitl. ,m ,-1 1, ivnf r .'' ,.u ,;..;!.
Ml It a duty tliut I in ; l i : 'i. ; !.i:i.. vniy I
. . t 1 " H I 1 : i:m -.1 I. :n ;u , im. 1 ,.
rivrij ir')in lli( TJ O ( r r A '' :j H :
rB (.ATAarn. I'orriOMtlinii'iri vtr. I ! .v'l ..
aniKIUiil Willi fti I v-iytr'iii!,i-. !!) I ''.t.
tuire tried nil tna romrdl'S tu.it I r.'.;:l! Icrl.b
f lthont nmiirt.,1 or i'mv.i b ..:,t. L.vil.
iedleavi hvj urrt"' d at t .a sti'.tn thnt I tr...
v rllcf or din. T.i 'entlMrWuw ;.yt
kd bccmono i,rloii,d,ini tli3" rr. .c 1. m!Is
Sered, thnt It via a li'iwln.'ul r: f.-r 1 I', r
CflnM go to thol';.;!.io;8-rf,or IC1 I U'j '. Ii- i'-i
IrtionMllvitic" . 1 ,-..;. rr. f. 1- .(;,
tttementnr tills nilHi-.rnd r -h ,! u ..
pierddJloua t'joi.t r; ei:'. ; (,r 1 ..
kind, jut In fn,i rili;":ru:i"i 1 tr ! :
at once lea-.nti.d tvit. Tiir:i ... .
a thronle disease r-f tle liver. r.. d, . :
-may prf-vjntii!yr;itr(...-,i ,, (
m 1 aenve iro:n 1:1 c .,!',- ire I t . .,
sod I an ho.l..ir tu lo 1 '.1.:: : .' ,. t ..u, Vv
Un nrrlve, ot 11 r 'P "C'.-ibl-jf.l I
trtiiiab!-.ii.i iittn .( u- irr.i.t-T-f r-vr. r
tu those, v.Ulc'i-ltnlh .vet.. n.r. u
trllltftMl ' . ;!' i":. I t r .
o.i ...' i'..( . I': e.;...,i 1 1 .,, 1 '. .. ' ,
cl,jucliii Trruinir this i.;'.o 'II '
Very truly yo'in, UI'". ,' '. ; ' 1 ',
Arsosi, :. y.,juuc,i.,Tj. tt
I-Jullig 'J bti , r.:U f !1 dutet.. . . I r 1.
c:ie. I'nrj 5 1;.!.'. lor s-iic bv ail t..v-l- v.
IletslllirugArli'Ui; riJJ.--r.li : :t:.roi:i;':"-ii ,:. '
f.U SMl ( .',.-.!:,;.. V. ! r"!il .V I 1 i 1 I' 1
Ajicbts uii tVholt:aaloi.-n.veiu 1, Jh, V
Enlarged Spleen. .
lls li t. rrr . y Va.i I h-e-i 1:- n'a.' r"'.r
roiuxa Voli'ai ) luiTii; wr r, ti '-.ai ;t
Holnen hnd I'.ri-aiou la ''1 . t.. ;. .'
lliey har g!vin s.o Kioru n-.l' I' 1: r. ctt. I
remedy 1 ti-iv 1 rr CmM. I . o',l t l..,r iv'tmn.;.
Rii'Dd tnri'i to fiilea-liligfroiut.ui ,...,.U i.ul
J, '.V. LiU'i,
TirrtzlVG, Hi.. .IrnoK, 1'"7.
Kay1r!ropR.iOn toir" a v-i. f - r-. .-re
pun In n.y iihlo ltreiii i.i, i ;..u i h i i' ..i.
tn Pl4TCs. a.,. I.i lu! 1. 1 I, ...i .
sseatu-i.lrri:iauv '.. M. : w. :: .
a -.!.: I. :-i:...t. :r.k.
TViV'fA. V.::s., J ... . i: i-n.
rel'n.s v .it-ii" rix"trp r!-- ' -a"
tV n htm ' f 't y'.i.ntf i!i ,t in, iiCt.;, tr, ,.( 1 r
lair.i an I WvakiwiSv-f the l--!. .rjk
....re riKinuway. J.'.ilbs LL, l.,.
J.i.li i, li... Juau v., V.
Irloc, Uj Cents.
Hi eiir-ful f r.htaln C'ir.Mss' Voi.tak- i 1 -
Tfl. aculull:uitl'.ii ,l tlucMi- mill uii,(. I-lali-.-.
With a hliful M.'illrl... riMIrr, on n . n In tin!
atioe cut. hoM by Mil WlKilemle and Iimll I (rug.
gMtl throilglii.iit fh- t'rj!Tr-.l Mt"B aTl canvl:.!.
"ry WtEiiS A l-OTTtU. Prcjirlctuni, Llua;
They Eeliere Pain.
They subduo Bwellinga.
They euro burns without a Bear.
1"n- Th. TIT I n . ...
--v u ueuwur Ajimznent is now
- i"ij mi ..ucuiuuii.iii, neuralgia,
Kiatica, Lumbago, Frost Bites, talked Vreaats,
Itch, (Julaneoiu fcruptionj, etc. These Liaiments
nave ntn.it! Ih i.iii rf rrk,... i r
, , 'imv. m-y iiuvc jicriorrn-
ed more Wonderlul cure of obstinate bed-ridjen
cripple and have alleviated more pains in a shor'er
n nw nf titrif. ih.n 1...... .11 ..i
J C" ntB Mil inner i-inuuems,
binbrocationK, Kxtracts, O ntment", and lulves
nriiilrni'. Tkir tul. t. : i
... . , 'uuicAnuig rrijuiariy
and rapidly. J heir best endorsers art phvic!ans,
tlirfl-nnc sn w.vinn.l..A 11 1 I n
... ..v..Mui,M,. jucrcii uierauy n
case ol Desh, bone or muscle ailment upon man or
"ii'vii me v,cniauri.iniriienis win not allevi
ate and generally cure. But it must be understood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: the White
i for family use and the Yellnw for horsea and
animals. For horses and mules liable t fHpavin,
.....s-u,lc, onccry, ,aiiB, !truns, string-halt.
' -, u.iiittiir uim-
ment is worth its weight in gold. We have
iiiuusuiKi-i hi ccriuieaie reiaiinj now thounanda of
duilar bottle of this all-healing remedy, The same
wiiouiniiy wiu ui me euccts on tne nutnun
llnraa t..nn. I.Al.l.t:. i .
itwiiuiina on crurencs ior yenrs
Irom Stiff Joints, Tumors and Old Surcs, have by
uiriicuiuic nmieventaur Liniment, been
retnreiltn tlinucMof ll iK.: n.u. n..
... ..,1, .iitiua. a lie cucii.
are next to marvels. We will givo the Liniment
y penun w no cverneam Ol a railure. Bucli
a cise ha never been reported to us. 1 lui.e Lini
ments are now sold ihrsugheut the inhabitable
J. U. KUSE ft CO. , WDcy street. New York.
To the taste but death to Gripe and Stomach com
plaints. Pitcher a Castoriul a complete sub
stitute for Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as
Honey, It Isparticularlyauapled toTcetning and
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, regulates the btoniach. and kures Wind
( olic. No remedy is us ellicacirui, for Feverinh-
iicw, Aroup, ,v ormi ami iv Hooping lougtl. Uasi
toria is a uurelv veeetable nrenaration. mnry ef
fective than Castor Oil, and neither giigs nor
COLDiiniA, Conn., May 3, IsT'i.
Messrs. J. I!. UasaA C, N. Y.:
I have a family ef eight children, and have used
your L'asteria . I have never found anything ciual
to it. My chllkren have lea n saved from severe
sickness by the use of Castoria. I recommend it
in preference to any other medicine 1 know. I
leal it a pleasure to give this ccvtilicati en account
of the benefits 1 haue derived by the use of your
ery Iruly Yours
N011MAN T. LITTLE.
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. tioulard'a Colobrat
ed Fit l'owdcr. To convinee auflerera
that theso powders will do all we slnlm for
them, we will send them by mall, pout
paid, a free triul box. Aa Dr. Ooulnrd la
the only physician that has ever mado this
diienso a apecial study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been ponna
nenlly cured by the use of theso powd jrs,
we will guarantee a permanent cure tr
every case, or rolttnd you all money ex
pended. All BUlferors should give these
Powders an early trial, aud be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, or 1 boxoa tor
tlO, aentby mall to any part ot Uiiitod
StatesorCiinada on receipt of price, or by
oxprots. U. O. D. Address,
ASH Si BOBBINS ,
809 Fultoo street, lirooklyn, N, Y.
Wiikiuac, Saruh K, Olassman, or Aleiander
county, stats ol Illinois, by deed ol trunt, inude,
'Secuieil and acknowledged en the '.'nd day of
AuKimt, A. I), U7d, and recordodin the onlise c I
rei'uriler ol ilceda of said county in book "li"
'l lniatdeedaon tugo Stilt did grant, bargain,
ell, mid souvey, unto the uialersigtied u. F.
li, own and M.rtin Urown, tuiHtees, the lotnor
Ii.irjrlle ol land hereinafter dcscrilied to r ecu re
th payment of one iiromissory note, oieveis
date with sail deed or trust, for the kuiiioI ore
hundred and thirty dollars and tllty cviita, piiy
able to Ihe saiil It. F. Urown uml Martin
llrown sis months after tba dale theruol', with
intereet at the rate ol ten per centum per milium
irom italc until pain. And wnereua, llureia
now due and Unpaid on said promissory nnle
the nun ol .ixty-two dollaraanu ten ceuin, be.
I ig the aggregate of the unpaid pru.cipul ami
interest up Pi liita ilme.
or, therefore, default having been mads
in the payinentoi mi l promissory iiotuu,t n.
tcrett thereon aocordiiig to the conditions am)
siipulallnuaol said deeii of Irtmt, public iiutiou
Is, tberefiire, hereby given that in purtiiatic of
the provisions olnaTil denl ol'trust, andby vir
tuo of tlie uutanrlty granted us therein, e
shall, on Monday, the 3rd duy of December,
A, I). 177, at the hour or t o'clock n. in. of
said day, and at the front door o( the court
boute iu the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
uml Htaui of llliaoiH, sell at public vendue to
the highest bidder i'uremh Itihaiid.tbepremlsea
described ia aaidducd of triiot us "iota iimhcr
eight (ej, nine i ') and ten (l"i in block, nuiulier
one (I) in theold original town of Tuliea, Al
eauder county, lliinoiii," tugetair with all
nlii add eijuity of redemption of her. the aaid
Sarah 1.. ilu.i.in, ner tieiis. e.'Kutors, u.
minintraiors or assigns,
U. r. Iinowjr,
Uc.ioUirij, is;;, Nov. l, i w
Notice of final SctllciuoBt.
8ulc of Illinois, Altxander coanty.
Estate of Nathaniel Holmes, deceased.
Notice is hereby given taat on Monday, the 12lll
day of November, 1?T7, the undersigned, adminis
trator of said elate, will present to the county court
of Alexander county, at the court house in Cairo,
Illinois, at a term thereof, then to be h jiden his final
report of his acts and doings as such administrator,
aud aslt the court to lie diachareil from any and ull
further duties and responsibilities connected with
said estate, and his aduiimnistration thereof, at
which time and place such persons as are intcrcatcd
may Le prccent and resist such application, if they
choose so to do.
(Signed) EiuxuiX Ilot.MFs,
Cain, Ms., Oci. 17, lr-77. wtd.
WamiEAS.J aeph It. Murray, and Custic Morray,
his wife, of Johnson county, iiiinois, by deed of
tru made, executed, and acknoaiedged on the sii
leentli day of October, A. D. Ic7'i, and du'y recordi
ed in the oltice of the recorder of deeds of Alexan
der county, Illinois, ia volume ) six, of deeds on
page :i'o, did grant, bargain, sell, remise, release
aud convey, unto me the undeisigne i John U.
MuUey, as trustM, the laud and premises hcicin.d
ter desmbed, to secure the payment of two certain
promissory uotes of even date therewith payable :
One to the order of John H . Mnlkey for the aum of
three hundred and fifty dollars $ I'm) with interest
at the rate of ten percent, per annum after maturity ;
and the other to the order of Ijneear and Lansdea
Inr the sum of three hundred ami fifty dollars Itloii)
With interest at the rate ct ten per cent, per annum
after mammy, both payable six months after the
dates therein and signed by the said Joseph It . Mor
ray and liobert J. Morray. And whereas, there is
a iw due and unpaid on said notes the sum of seven
hundred and thirty-five dollars W4-'), being the
aggregate of the principal ana interest up to this
date. Now, therefore, default having been made in
the payment of said promisory notes and interest
thereon public notice is hereby given that in pursu
aace, of the provisioas of said deed ot trnst and by
virtue of the power and authority granted to me in
aad by the same, I shall on .Saturday, the 'ilth day
ol November, A, D, b77, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at the front door of tbe court-house
in the lily ol Lairo, comity of Alexander, and Matt
of Illinois, dell at pablic vi adue to the highest bid
der for cash in hand, the premises described in ssid
deed of tiust as the north-west fourth of the south
east quarter and the northeast fiurlh of the south
west quarter of section, seventeen township fourteen
south ranje, three west of tie third principal
meridian, containing eighty acres, more or lees,
situated in the county of Alexander and State of
Illinois, and all right and equity of redemption of
the said Joseph li., Morray, anil Ousste Murray, his
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, or as
signs therein, JliHSt If. MtLKEV, Trustee,
Cairo.Hl, October the .'.i, A U, l-i7. did
Whereas liolcome Murray and Jane
Muriay, his wile, ot Alexander county,
Illinois, by a rule mortgage d.ited the twen
tieth day of January, A. D. 1S70, and duly
recorded ia tbe ollice of the reeorder of
deeds of Alexander countv, Illinois, in
Volume Z. of Sale Mort'aije's, on ptijo 3ot,
did grant, bargain, sell," remise, alien and
con cy unto David T. Linegar and John H.
Mulkey tbe laud und premises hereinafter
described, to secure the payment of a cer
tain promiopy notp, of even date there
with, payable ninety days after date to
David i'. Linegar aud Joliii II. Mulkev, for
lb turn ol ouo hundred dollars (Slut) W),
with interest at the rate of tea per cent,
per annum Irom date, and signed by the
said liolcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife; and wherea.", there is now duo and
unpaid upon said note the eum of $117 fiO,
being tho aggregate of the principal and in
terest up to this date. Mow, therefore, de
fault having been made in the payment ol
paid promlesory note and interest thereon,
public notice is hereby given that in pumi
ance ol the provi.-ions ol said sale mortL'ue
and by virtue of the power and aulhontr
granted to u, iu and by the tame, we
shall, on Saturday, the 2ltn day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1H7T, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of that thy, at the south door of tho court
bouse, In tno city of Cairo, county of Alex
antler and state of Iiiinois, sell at public
vendue, to t' e highest bidder for cu-h iu
bund, the prcmir-cs described in sild Bale
mortgage as: Tho north half (t) ol the
iiorthwot quarter () of section tiilrty-eno
(:il),'.ln township sixteen (IG), rano one
(1) west, except forty (10) acres oil of the
en-it end of said north half (J), in tho said
county ol Alexander and stato of lllluois,
aituatod In the county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, nnd all right and equity of
redemption of the said liolcomo Murray
and Jane Murray, his wife, their heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators or assigns therein.
David T. Lixkoak aim
Jons 11. Mui.kby, J mortgagees.
Cairo, 111., October 2.1, 18,7.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander .
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
term, A. D. lt7.
1'eter Adams vs. Mary Adams. Hill Inr divorce.
Affidavit of the non-residence ol Mary Adams
the above namest-defemiant having been filed in the
office of ihc clerk of said court of Alexander county
notice is hereby given to the said non-reiidcnt de
fendant that the said l'cter Adams, complainant,
filed his bill for divorce on the, chamery sale there
lore the loth day of October, A. D. l!s"7, and that a
summons thereupon isttued out of said court against
said defendant scturnable on the arst Monday in the
month of January, A, 1). WS as the law directs,
Now, therefore, unless you, the said Mary Adams,
shall personally be and appear before thecircuit court
of Alexander county on the first dayol'the next term
thereof to be held at the court-house, at the city of
i aim, in said county, on the first Monday in the
month of January, A. I'. 1"7, and plead answer
or demur to said bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein contained, will be taken
for and as confessed, and a decree rendered against
you according to Uie pravir of the same, Ac.
JOHN A. ItKEVh, Clerk.
W. 0. Mulkey, Compt's Sol'r.
wiw Cairo, Ills., Oct. 5Ui, A. V. 1677.
is hereby given that, by yirmeof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County in the Htate
of Illinois, rendered nt the November term,'
A. D. IH77. I, august Watermeier, administra
tor of the Estate cl Frederick Watsrmeier, de.
ceased, wtll sell at public vendue on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 1 ST7, at the west door
ef the Court House in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Stale, at 1 o'clock p. m.ofaald
Subject to the widow's dower Interval therein
for the payments of tlio debts of said i'.slate oi
Frederick Watctmeier, deceased, the following
deacribed property, to-wlt :
The south 1( of northwest, quarter nf north
west, ntiarter Insectlnn thirty-six (:W), town
ship, lltlorn (1() south range two i), west of
t te ard principal meridian situate In said county
Of Alexander anil Ntatcof Illinois.
Terms ol Hals-Cash in hand upon approval
ofsaleanddeliverv nf deed
Administrator of tht Estate ot Fred Water
ilatcd Cairo, Ills., N3V..lst,U77.
"Wa - Btoljartoa JL-vina.:
State of Illinois, county of Alexander,
t-j'au court ol Alexander nouniy, January tei iii,
llenrv VVhitcamp . William Elchhoff, Henry
Kichh'.iT. Kitni hkl.hotr, Charles hithhotl and
dracie t icl.h ,n, bin to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chan ciy,
AfliJavit ol t,r iion-restdeace of Henry
K.ichtiuH and al, fckliholi, two of the
defendants above nun ed, having been tiled in tr.e
office of the clrrlt f ,a, circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
dclimdantu, that i,e couip.ainaut filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery tide thereof
on tin ilat dayof November A. I. 177, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
attain. t said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. I). 17S, aa is Ly law re
quired. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry KiahtioA and Kalhi Kirhhotf shull personally l
uu .ppi-ar Deiore tne sam circuit court or Alexun
dir COUIll V on the first .lav nf the n.wt
of, to be Lolden at il. court house in tbt city of
v... u, i ii county, en ine nrst aiunnsy or Janu
ary A. I). ln"s, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complan.int's bill of complaint, the lame, and
the aiatters and things therein charged and staled,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
g-'iusi you according to the prayer of naid bill,
Jans A.Kxavii, (ilerk.
titio. Flfiazr, Crmplmnaui's scjiiulor,
Nov. ilst, A. D. 1;7.
Stiiti'of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court ol Alexander county, January
Lr,'','7i"r',,,,'onh,"n.",T' MnrE. Lonhlcnne.
Mil fur Dlvorca In Chancery.
Athilavit oi'tue non-rtanlence of Slury K. Lon
nleiine, the defendant above named, having
been illcdin the oilico 1 1 tlie clerk ol auid
court ol Alexuinl' r ruiiaty, notice is hereby
given to the said nn rcniilcnt defendant,
that fie compluiiiniit llled liin bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery aide thereof
on the rub day ol' October, a. u. l.77, and that a
stiiniumis thereupon ieniinl out of mi l court
against said dvti-iidants, reiernalile on the
lirat Monday in the mont.i of January, A. u.
le7K,as it Ly law required. N.iw. tnrelbre,
unless you, tliesuid Mary K. linliiennc, aliall
-...... j m:aiii.iijii:ai , iijiciUC WSIU CirtUll
court of Alexander couniy on tlie lirut day of
mi ui ai leriiuiiereei, 10 eunoiuca at ine court
house In the c iy of Cairo, in said counly on the
first Monday in the month ot January, A. 11.
lt7s, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ot
comphrnt, ihe sume and the mutters nnd tilings
therein set forth, will be taken an contesaed, and
a deer e eniereil agaiuot ) ou according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REKVE, Clerk.
W. C. Ml'I.KEY. Ciiinplaiiiant'a bolttllur.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. I'dh A. D. Is77. tw.
Public Notice la hereby given that by vir
tue ot tho power given me in two deeds ol
trust, executed, acknowledged and deity,
ered by John Dcvtne to tho undersigned,
Hugh Callahan, the tir.t dated .May lat,
ls7,j, given to secure the payment ol a
promissory note of iiaid John Define, of
even date therewith, for the sum of two
hundred and twelve uoUars, payable six
months after date, nnd recorded in the re
corder's otiice of Alexander county, in
book ti, at page US; and tho second dated
March 22d, lr-;u, given to secure the pay
ment of another note of said JohnDovlue,
of even date therewith, for the turn ol two
hundred dollurs, payable one (lav after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
Irom date, and recorded in the said record
er's ollice, iu book 0, at page y); and upon
which said notes there i now due tho sum
of f-itlii.42,1 will, on the 80th day ot Novem
ber, 177, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
fruld day , at the front door ol the cotirt-houso
iu the city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and stated Illinois, sell at public auetion,
to tlie highest biddor forcaah.the following
described lots ol ground, being the same
described in and conveyed by each of snid
deeds ol trust, to-wit: Lots twenty-throe
(2:1) and twenty-four (21), in block tiity-two
(7)2), in tbe said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all the right and equity of redemption
of tho said John Dcvine in and to said
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and lmmediato possession of the
premises. Dated October 2uth,l,s77.
UI GH CALLAHAN, Trustee.
AAMcia P. YVUKEI.BH, Atty lor Trustee.
M ortgUKee'ft Nitle?.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain
fale moruage, daied the twenty-eighth day of De
cember, A. D. Is7l, executed by Jacob Ci, Lynch
and Mary A. Lynch, his wile, grantors, to Jackson
rick, grantee, to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note for the sum ot twelve hundred dol
lars of that due. payable twelve months after
date, with ten per cent, interest per annum, de
fault having been made in the payment nf said note,
anil there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy eents, I will, on
V cdnesday, the twenty-first dav of November, A.
1. In'7, at tho hour of two o'clock p. tn. of sail
day, at the front uoor of the Court-house,
in the city of Cairo, iu the county
of Alexander, and .state of Illinois, sell the pre
mises in and by nitiil sale inurtgagu conveyed
anil mortgaged, deacribed im follows, to-wit :
Lots numbered lour (4) and live (') in block,
numbered sixty-eight (os) in the city of Cairo,
in the county of Alexander, and State itt Illinois,
together with all theestate.right, title and inter
est of said grantors therein including the right
and equity of redemption of said grantors, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder lor cash in
hand, in orderto make tlie amount now due up
on said note and the interest that shall accrue
until the day ol sale and the costs and charges of
this proceeding. JACKSON l ltlCh,
Oct. is, 4-w Mortgagee.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. 1. l.
licorge Weiss vs. Mary Noltc, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolte and Atnstine Nolle Hill to foreclose
niMrtpige in chancery.
Affidavit of the noii-rcsUlen" of Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Noltc and Arnstint Nolte, the de
cndiiuls above named, having been filed in the
otiice of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of AUxan
der County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant tiled his
bill of complaint III said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on tlie '.Mill day of October, A. 1
1677, aud that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first M onday of Januury, A. D, IC7n, as isby
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Noltc, Ida Nolte and Arnslino
Nolle shall personally be and appear before the said
I ircuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to be hidden lit the Court
house In the city ot Cairo, in said enmity, on the
first Monday of January, A. D, Irn.s, and ukail,
unsweror demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and tke matters therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, ami
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
Gl'oitcx Finitn, Complainant's Solicitor,
OctoberS'1, lS77j (Nov. 1. 4v)
Is hereby givon to Anton Stlagnla ol the
pendency, In tho circuit court ol Alex
ander county, state ol Illinois ol a bill ia
chancery to onloco vendor's Hen, wherein
bo is delenditnt, nnd Samuel Stuals Tavlor
nnd Kilwln I'arsons, trustees of tho Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
tlie summons la said cuse is returnable on
the Urst dav ot the next term of said
court to bo 'holden at the court house in
tho city oi Cairo, in sulci county, ou (bo
llrst iMonday oi January. A. D.
Clerk of said Court.
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Prion 1 ier liottle. It never fails. If he has it
not. have him get it, or sand to Proprieter, K.
r Kunkel, l&l North Ninth Street. Philadel
phia, l'a. (Advice at office fhsa, or ey mall.)
VITAL WltAKNBSS OR DEPRESSION t, t
weak exhausted ftwllng, no energy or conrage;
tlien'Sitltrl'MKNTAI. OVKK-VVORK. INDt.8
ClttlTW.NSOK KXi:KSSKS, erioma drain na
the sjsiem, is always rttred by Humphreys
Homeopathic Speciflu No. 11 tones up aad
Invigorates the system, Imparts strength and
euerg stops tht drain and rejuvenatet the
entire man. Keen used twenty years with per :
feet ttiooess by thousands Sold by dealers.
I'rlce 1 persmgla vial, or f.'i per paekage o
live vials and (J vial ef powder Sent by mall
n receipt of price. Address HUM I'HKKYH
IIOMKOl'ATIllC MKIHCINKCOMFAM-, lot)
Fulton streot.N. Y.
ssssasssssf Is not easily earned In tlieaa
i i yi7 limes, but it can be nude in
,11 icw Huuim I'j M um ,,s
either sex In any part of the
country whole willing to work
untidily at Hit employtnent we
furnish. tis a week ia y.ur
own tnwa. Yon need net be
away from boms after night. Yeu can give
your sole time to the work, er only year spare
momenta. We have agenia who are making
over - per dav. All who engage al once can
liinks money fast. At tae pn-aeut Unit no
enn not be made to easily end rapidly al any
other buslneas. It costo nnfhlng to try the
business. Terns enrle.1 outfit free. Adercea
at onoe, It. UAU-fcTT A CO, I'ortlaad, Me.