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CAIBO CITY BINPEBT,
, rroptlstois, (
8INHERS AND BLANK BOOK
MANUTApTURKU,1 ' f
BuUeWn Balldinar,' Oar. Twelfth Sts-ee
Ml WMfcfcctoa AYoxaua.
tyCountT and BallroaflWork ailiexslallri
Jrvtci Uoun--Krom 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
( mier 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
a.m. I t.m.
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lOidU J Mdss. Uiitrsl B B
Cairo A sineennee
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J Daily tso'lUowUr
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Up, Sun. tfv. frt.
8T. LOUIS.IBON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
' t 1 it leaves Cal ro dal! y ....r On p . 'ra .
i. in rust imm si Cairo dally... m .
, AmmnnmUliun leaves ('tiro daily. ..2:00a. in.
iouieslailfa anivee daily (etc
mijj-'i i 1 1 ' mji.-i . - -m
CAII10 & ST. LOUIS B. B
'SHORTEST SHORT LINE
''PHK trains ef toll eempaoy ooneert it Br
' 1. Leila and fcaaiHt. Louis, with kit ibex
lea u the M strata, LmhI uiwhI.
Uatva East ALU. Ills .
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l-..w at Cairo..... -. -iMpm
W II. UAt.TARI.ANI),
v TickMiod Freight Agent, Calre.
J. A. Owxral fuMUtr Agent.;
J. A HKLL, Agent at Cairo
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
I ti L 1
iK SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIBECT BOUTS
With direct Connections tor
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minimi, iW'iou" -lonor
FEKDT, PLEASANT and COMFORT-
ABLE TKU .
' Should remember thattbe
BALTIMORE i OHIO RAILROAD
dls celebrated lor It
.legoat Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Grand
ana ueiniuui Mountain and T alley
kceneiy, tnd tbe many points
Historical Interest Alone
' lu Line. - .
ait-Sf'-L, vU1 AX WATS MAI LOW
iJp"a' aa by any hsr Line.
PULLMAN PALACH CAB
Bun Throa b
Western and Eastern Cities.
tor through tluketi, baggage beeks,
.ovementof trains, sleeping ear aeeon
lodatlons, etc., etc, apply at ticket enlvel
; all principal polnti. . .
OBTH. SOUTH, BAST or WEST
Uoney, ' L. H. Cole
I'ttian. TIckttAgl. aen.liekn Aft-
Barry. Taoe. K. Sharp,
. Art. Uaater of Tranap'a
AIRO & VTNCENNES B. B.
SI Miles the Shortest Route
"47 Miles the Shortest to
RLE, anil. - BAilMS
34 Miles the Shortest to
ik;oli8, Mjlplia-to Tori
IX HOURS SAVED
A. I ',.!, OVH T&A.1N Of
ALL OTHER ROADS
Uakiag Same Conncotions,
aaeencera . ft
from On to Six Hour t
V tmtul ooontry iuuobi ier
UfJBI VA VVIUIfVUfl Awetnce.
aamembor that fkotand take or
6:00 m 'ATAiDf reAoiuns
iTatrilli, Ifliiiujslii teililfiMli
Ttalui leave aad arrive: alCalre. eefeUewe
efl Leavee... jmi, at
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rrouh tJekata and ehetka te aQ impertaat
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ghc 'J all-in.
. LATEST FASHIONS.
ChrUtuae el New Teer'a nreeare,
.It it not alone In tbe rich matei lal, but In
tbelr email detalle, that the beauty ol tucb
drenee coeiliU. Moit vorugei are Kjuare,
and! laog trannpuont lace or beaded ileeree
are aeiaehionableai elbow eletyei. While
the neweet dreiitca are made with prlnc
eaae back, with tan train, or elee tba
itralght flowing empreae back, thefronta
or net cut In one from head te foot, but
nave separate walataeud apron breadths.
Tbese aprons, In order to be flat, conslts
merely of tbe front breadths ol tbe skirt,
Taryllatly trimmed in diagonal rows, In
purvM. or In straight canels. inetead ol
being tuucb ' wrinkled drapeal-Fa
eoreage fronts the round waist and wide
belt are used, unless a bane is preferred,
whe n the basque inuatbe quite abort, to
prevent wrlkling wben tbe wcartr Is Hit
ting, The edge of tucb baskues liaye a
double piping of satin. A cenage bouCt
a!cemDanlss all dreaaes, even tboae of
black silk; II tbe nsck is square, it is
placed in the Ult-baad corner; if the front
Is high, it is worn in tbe belt, or else high
on the lelt side. Tortli makes quaint
bows of Ix small loops of satin folded lets
than an inch in wl-it)i, and puts one such
how near the bai k ol tbe ;neck,iquareand
another In ront. From lour to six plain
round satin button, au Inch in diameter
and bulging out In the center, iasten such
waists, liich lace Is no longer used as
gathered flounces around the skirt, but is
laid on flatly on the front and side sores to
utline and apron, and thus the fine de
sign or tbe lace ia displayed; it also fortes
jabots down tUesldesorln tbe middle ol
tbe train The trimming at the toot of tbe
front breadths is always ot the dress ma.
terlal, and muat be eery simple and nar
row border. The back of such dreaaes,
whether high or low In the neek, has moat
usually ;tbe prlncese effect, wait and
train Is one, with even three, live or seyen
seams curving over tbe tonrnure, and fit
ting the figure as it utodled upon it; very
small ladles use only three seams, as more
than tbese makes the bak look patched.
The train consnts ol three straight long
breadths, not looped, bat held back by
rows of tape underneath, and thus forming
a fan, or else they aie left to flow freely,
and are trimmed with a reverse oa each
side. The edge of such trains is alto sim
ply trimmed with one or two narrow knife
plaltiogs set in, or eise it is cut in dsep
points that are mounted onknlfe-plaltings.
Tbe modiste turnisbes a trained petticoat
flounced to tbe waist behind, er else she
inserts a long ian-abaped piece ot ciinollne
la the trin, and bcn the palaveuae ol
mtulln and lace Is added tbe trained skirt
may be dispensed with. It is alto true
that separate over-eklrte are not used
with basque dresaes except (or very
young girls; tbe trimming Is Invariably
laid on the traiued skirt. Tbe new bas
ques baye1 square position backs, beaded
in tbe corners to bold them in place, and
ornamsnted very simply, either with a few
plaits and buttons, or else a large bow
made ,up of the middle forms lengthened
sufficiently and widened. Beads ieim
trimming for all kinds of dresses; pearl
Ulmmlnga are for light alike; raiabow
beads, Clair de iune, and tbe modore beada,
which are "old gold" la color, trim black
and eolored dreases, and jet beads with
steel gray are on black dresees. Flowers
are seed in sprays to form side trimming,
and la email clusters, but tbe Jong gar
lands and vines have been used in such
prolusion that they are losing favor. Two
or three fabriee enter Into each dress, yet
but one shade ol tba color appears, and
this muit be among tbe lightest; tb.ua pearl-
color is used Inatead of lavender, and ivory
white is preferred to cream-color. If a
eoutrast or dash color is employed It Is
In the flowers, yblpgers are made of the
silk of the dress, and silk stockings are
choaen ot the same tint. Many ladles
wear thin lisle-thread stockinet inside
colored silk ones. Alltts reacbiui; to the
elbow are worn either the color ot tbe
dress in tilk lace with Valenelennes, or
also they are duchesse or of round point
lace to match the lace used on the dress.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oflerlng my entire
for the Nest Thirty Iaya
At I intend t',qtdl Iht hmntst,
PARTIES 1ST REARC1I OP BAR.
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
L W ALDER,
Cor. Cth Street and Ohio Laree.
Permanently curea no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders, : To eonvinea sufferers
that these powders will da all.we alalm for
them, we will send them by mall, pest
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
tba only physieiaa that has ever made this
dleeaee a apeelal study, and as to out
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently aured by the use of these powd jrs,
w wiu ajaaramca permansni cure ir
pended. All sufferers should give these
Powders aa early trial, and be convinced
i weir eurauve powers.
Price, for lame box. S3, or 4 boxea foi
miM V il 1 " . . r i . .
Jiw. irai u; uiau w any part 01 Ulllltt
utes or Canada on receipt of prioe, or by
lia, . v,v Aaoreaa,
IMFalten Street, Brooklyn, N,T.
0M, iUtla. Bulldlsie, Cnmi Tralitla. Street anl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4 1877
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
8uooeaafuily Treated wltfi
SINFORD'S RADICAL Cl'HE.
CCCCESH lathe tout of mirlt. mA tnrcw H the
H treatment of Catarrluil Alttlu m, nfur to
many mlaarabla ralluroa, mean umluuMcil luiriao
caratla sropartloa In thn ri-minly Mn.l. I a
tarom lUDioiLCuaa for Catarrh iKimnn km-a
jroparttaa ? The oWenc, In flu nhiipe of i.iwoll.
tittd taMlRMBlalafroai tlio moati appe.lnblu iMnl i
to all stations of life, mtt ba couiluilv) on iliii
point. MaTer, we hallovo.ln ittn liikloi y U ..iinr
kadlelnea haa lorb rnluat,l i ttlnK.r j li'a of
fered. freely offered, la favor of any rcfntilr limn
that (n tba BOHMBlon of tlia tro,rVt. m of f ti
roiryI!iDIOiLCtilil. AndvnfuuWoomtU.lt don
Bot reprciisot athouaandth pnrt of ttio roonuncirl.
aUona walca) arolo-uay olfcrc 4 by frlnndo to I rkiiil
In lu favor. Peoplo orwoollh aniUBfliif ir.ent In nil
parUoftheeonitrycUlly admit llaanprri.rltf.rrr
enymvthoaofcnre known to tliririlnr firdfitl
prof-ealon, but alum Uii Hi'illrlty IncW' ntal to ,t
bubliahed atateiwnt. Ifenen tl.a ti tilrranliili In
it l"pr'iit h'.t a ain-!l khI i f
(bole witblK-ld f'r t'io I
allowing nnanlMttit tei
fU.Lt. T.t., of v,i(s, .a
ir.riMt'itu irin iiff!ir:Y
. I.AIUO ft CO. 'A I Tt.roMA. (.
an onupktil titdomiueu ui Uklt intra; letl
Meters. Wens A rorrrn. VHioH ln T)rtff! :ll,
poaton, Ma-w.i i.tiirUmrti,--lhnvtir.ri'iu) i t.-.'iil
lilt It a duly Hint I owo t a.'l ri' ir Imiriu .'i'tj
rlte Ton.ats'inif th.ief nt s t't itM.a.i r!-..
rived from tli ni rNriin ) liviirr',:. li ti!
foCiTann. 1 or mot it tu.n )yn .m I l.uvl. .i
afflicted with t)M vrtronhl' ." n c-1 ; 1. I
feavs tried all Ilia rcmc.ll I., it I c '1 ii ..1. but
without matr1ul '-r p"rnia'i',:' b''""'it. l.u-rf-. l
tljed ! Iik arrived ht Hint Mr.ie thm I ir.st
lave rolluf or die. Tbeeullrinii'ml.rni. utsyil 'n
bad bocoineoln(l:r.tl,ml ;Uul'iuiu:h 1 1 dtujr
dered, that It woe a douMfcl r.r ! t : r I
rjold ee ta the t'oeiiiecaotf .or If I ti. i r -h.-tktr
thonld live tocomo birkor n r. 1 un ft.lt- r.
tlMmat of t.'mm'Mli'-IU!'. a:. ullhi r 1 : !.. vry
tncredulooa about np'-cm. rr w-tr - i f any
aiad. yet Inabcor il'.puaiion I tr; 1 1! , a1 I w .j
at once benratod by It. Tliurli t.r t. ,: ';
etironlo dlBtuMiofll !!vr,n .'1 fc .'.'t"!--'.-. ff'. )
may prevent qreoiro r-noi ,1. :i, 1,,. r .1
A. I J.... tt. .... 1 . ...
. uiii. ..uii. 11.1 1117 uiqin I" :u i k i . .
no, 1 an hoping to bo f u V I'ly v..u j, U
Mt arrive at rcapeetbtit iMtne.
Ifthleitiiiim.ht f iMyto'iA;.L'!ef fit.yj. rrl'i
Iothoae afpi-rtc'il as I Iiivh been, a:..1 f nn'l. 1 .
.rlriw Ttilk rui 'n i.w.i .... . I 110 ..
rlna tbii rT
iilM,'!.. 1 i4.!y
c:i Hie rntliti' r(tn..t .v
oUuct In MrrltliiK tlil.i il wilt t
Jui.e,l.'X t,x ut
T.trH pai-Vnga eontnlna Jr. PanfoT" Jwpr'.-1
InhalUig Tub' and full dir(ictU:;t f .- ti. u :!!
auoa. I'rtcc tloju. Kor aalo by ail W.10U in' aud
J:HJI UruKKluod Jicnb mtliroQuL.ihlt:.' I i.lii-il
inaieaandlanndu. WI.KKS l'dTTKH, (I. n..-l
Ageuta and Wboicanle Iiruffiiua, I)oi ,u. Mi. j.
"Ir.la la to certify tl.at I bav-i r !ip yor
foLMNe' VOLTAIO I'l.jLirraK.. lor kriialcll. :.t ft
tbe Spleen and JMireuiou In tbe r.uarb, u. I
Uey haeglvon u.c Mom rj.'.! tan :.i 1 otb.r
reniedy 1 have t-ver rwil. I wni:M b'l iy rfroni
tn.rid Oieni 10 all tL'J-.rt tro. iLi '.jm:Ui 1,1 p..la
rratHtxo, Mo., Jntic 53, J"
Raring oer.a!"n tome fir-i '"' v t- 7 a r-r;. trt
emmln ujy i!de I tried 11:, ' 1 .iir 1 hllinw' N 'U
laro Pi.raK. lid In Uti-u iti.r In '..ikji..
waseuurelyraattV'd. J. H MM Ml-.
At- ' rv.M.. r : irai :.at.
Vrjowt, M!:;., Juno u. 1
Co'.llni' Vc'.talc Plaatera Rivo tin Sen f-tife-tlon
btra if atytlu:ia tl.'vV h 'i:tn r,i: i 1 r
LerritLene and V caaoiM ot tbu iwrk. fli-n.. K.id
tuort tifUi tway. J.illLi tLV, w.
Iimjl r, Lx., Jooe 1. l'CT.
lrio, 'aij" Cents.
lie careful to obtain Colmi.- Vorrnie J'L.y
Ta, a couibluatloii of Flectrb. aiul Voitnlf Plates,
wltu a bigbly Medlratd i'lawter, a cvi-D In tiio
above eat. bold bvetl 'hol"ie nd Ilevil Dn;ip.
sltta U.ro"iiut tni Tnlffd Mata and (.anadKS,
aod by WLAS A I'OTTtI'., 1'd.prleUira, luiiu,
They Belieye Pain.
They subdue swellings.
They cure burns without a scar.
The Tha Whlta Dantin. T.lnlmml is nu
the ntandard remedy for Itbeumatitm, Neuralgia,
Stiatita, Lumbago, Frott B.tcu, Caked Preaita,
lich, CuUneout trupiioni, etc. Tftese LinimeuU
have ateod the tcttt of time. They have perform
ed more wonderful curea of obstinate bed-ridaen
cripple! and haee alleviated more pwna in a ihor'er
apuvi of time than have all other Liniment,
r.inorucauous, r.itracu, umtmentN, and Salves
iaexiUence. Their ale ia increaaine ruirularlv
and rapidly. 1 heir best endorers are phyaiciant,
turgeona and veterinariea. There ia literally no
case of fleah, bone or muscle ailment upon man or
beast which the Centaur LiniiuenU will not allevi
ate and generally cure. But it inuM be understood
mat there are two amda or Liniment: tbe White
ia for family use and ibe Yellow for horses and
animals, for horws and mules liable t Spavin.
King-bone, Sweeney, (jails. Strains, String-halt,
Poll-evil, etc., the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment ia worth its wcif(ht in gold. We bave
thousands ot certificates relating how thousanda of
valuable horses have been apeedily restored by a
doJar bottle of this all-eesling remedy. The same
ia constantly told of Ibe effects on the human
fJarae. 1'eraoaa hobbling on crutches lor yenra
from Stiff Joints, Tumors and Old Bores, have by
the use oi Ue Whit Oam aur Liniment, been
restored to the use of all their limbs. The eOects
ar next to marvels. We will Kiva the Liniment
to any person who aver heard of a railurc. Such
a case bai never been reported to ue. Those Lini
ments are aow aold threughout tha inhabitable
d. 0. KOst a CO,, 4 Dey street. New lork.
To the taste but deatb ta Gripes and Stomach cam
piamis. riicnar e Oaatorlai aa complete sub
stitute for Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as
Honay. It is particularly aaap ted. toTeetniny, and
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, regulates the Stomach, and Itures Wind
Colic. No remedy Is as efficacious, for Feverish,
nets, Croup, Worms and Whooping (lough. Oaa
toria Is a purely vegetable preparation, more ef
fective than Castor Oil, sad neither gags aer
CoM-MBtA, Conn., May S, 1176.
Messrs. J. B. ReeaAC, N. Y.:
lhavaa family ef eight children, and have used
yonrCastaria. lhavt never found anything equal
toil. My chilkren have been saved from severe
siekaees by the as of Castor ia. I recommend it
in preference to any ether medicine 1 know. I
teal it a pleasure te give this certificate, en account
of the benertn) I kaue derived by the use ef your
Very Truly Tours,
KOKMAN P. LITTLE.
1 nium'w vei
- and all kinds Country Produce.
03 Ohio Leree. Cairo. Hit.
0 B) Vaav ejVwfemeawvwsrwm ewriaaii,Wawkeh
Is hereby Kiven thut, by vlr'neof a decrre Ol the
County Court of Alexander Caunty lu Ibe Stale
til Illinois, rendered at Ihe November term,
A. I). IV77. I, august Watermdcr, tdminietra
torof the Estate of Frederick Watermeier, Ue
ceai:eil, will sell at public vendue on the 24th
day of Deoemher, A. L. 1(177, al lim wvsl door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in sunt
County, and btale, at 1 o'clock p. m. of aaiil
huljccl to the widow's dower InttnM therein
for Ilia payments of thedebu of sat. I hAute ot
1'red'rick Watermeier, deceaetd, ll.a lullowmg
daacribed property, tu-wlt :
The aoutli or northwest, quarter of north
west, qiiartcr inaection Uiirly-aix ('! ), town
Ship, tlfieen (14) soulb range two (J), Went of
t is litl principal meridian situate in tai l vouuty
of Alexuuder and lta(cof Illinois.
Terms ol Mala Coah In haud upon approval
of vale and delivery of deed
At c.LsT WATERMr.lKIt,
Administrator ol' lbs titata ot 1 red Water
Dated Cairo, Ills., N'iv, iht, IS".
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county,. I miliary trim,
A. l. r,t.
Heurv Whitcamp vs. William KirbhotT, Henry
Klchhoff, Kathi tviclihoft, Charles huliholl and
tiiacta ticliheii, Ujil 10 irforin and fareclese mon
ga 'n chantry.
Atfidarit of the non -residence ' l Henry
K.iilihn and Kathi kichhofl, two of Ihe
d-fendan's above named, having leen filed in the
oUice ot the ilerk ef s.-iid ciniuit courtrof Alexander
county, nfitice is hereby given to said non-resident
delendlnU, that the comp alnaut tiled his bill ol
complaint in said caurton the chancery side thereof
on trie i'st day af November A. 1). 1-77, and thai
a summons thereupon issued out of said caurt
agaiat said defendants, returnable an the first
Monday of January, A. II. Ii7, ai is by law re
quired. Now. therefore, unless you. tbe said Hen
ry MchhofTand Kathi KiclthotTslmll iersunally 1
and appear before the said circuit court of Alexan
der county on the Iir4 day oi the next term there
of, to be hoiden at the court house in the city af
Cairo, in said county, an the first Monday of Janu
ary A. D. l"7a, anil plcud, answer or demur to the
1. id cotnplanant'a bill ef complaint, the ame, and
the mature and things tueretu charged and stated,
will be taken as confessed, and a derree enterra
again. t yea according to the prayer of said bill.
John A. KaavK, Clerk.
Oxo. FiaiiiH, Complainant's solicitor,
Nov. .1st, A. U.1S77.
Htfiteof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
LrliaineJ. Lonlilrnne vs. Alary E. Lonlilenne.
Hill for Divorce In Chancery.
Attiilavit 01'IUf nou-rtsidence of Mary K. I.on
hlcnue, Ilia defendant above uanird, biivniK
been Illedin the enice if the clerk of said
court oi Alexander coiiaty, notice is hereby
Viven to the said non resident defendant,
Hint the complainant tiled Ins bill ol coin
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on tneiotli day ol'Uctober.A.D. Ie77, and tuut a
summons tlirrenimn iaaiicil out of tai l court
aainat aaid deleudaiila, returnable on the
tlrm Monday ia theutnntu of January, A. 11.
17H, as is by luw reittirel. Now. tnrefore,
unleaa yoo, the said Mury E. l.onlnenne, shnil
personally be and appear before the said circuit
court of Alexander county ou the first day of
the next term thereof, to be hoMcn at the court
house in the city of Cairo, in said county on the
drat Monday in the month of January', A. D.
leTK, and plead, answer or demur to sun! bill nt
complaint, the lame and the mutters and tinny
therein set forth, will be Liken as confessed, and
a decree entered aicauidt you according to Ihe
prayer of attic) bill.
JOHli A. ItKKVE, Clerk.
W. C. Ml lhiv, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, Ilia. Oct. IHti A. D. Ib77. aw.
Public Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue ol tbe power Kiven me in two deeds oi
tru-t, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Duvlne to the underiignetl,
1 1 u t; h Callahan, the fimt dated May 1st,
187.'), jfiveu to socure the pnyinent ol a
proiuiiiory note of aaid John Dcvine, of
even date therewith, for the sum or two
hundred and twelve uollars, payable six
months after dale, and recorded iu tbe re
corder's ollice of Alexander county, in
book H, at pae 148; aod the eeconil dated
March 22d, lbTtf, civen to secure the pay-
meut of another note of said John Leviue,
of oven date therewith, for the sum ot two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annual
from date, and recorded in the said record
er's office, In book 6, at page SAt; and upou
which said notes there i- now due the sum
of iica.42, 1 will, on the 30th day ot Novem
ber, lt77, at tbe hour, oi 11 o'clock a. id. of
said day, at the (rout door oltliecourt-boiifto
in the city of Cairo, county ol aUexamler
end state ot IliinoiH, sell at public auction,
to the highest biddor for each, the following
described lots ol cround, belne the same
described in and conveyed by each of raid
deeds 01 trust, to-wit : low twuty-:iitee
(23) and twenty-four (24), in block titty-two
(.v), in the said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all the riKut and equity of redemption
of the said John le vine iu and to 'aid
premises. The purchaser will bo entitled
to a deed and immediate pown-ion of the
premise. Iated October'J'Jth, 187.'.
tii.uii tjAH.AiiAa, irustce.
MMl'ELl'. W HKEl.KK, Atty lor Trustee.
WiiEHaAa, Sarah E. Classman, of Alexander
conuty, Slate ol Illinois, by deed of trust, made,
executed aud acknowledged on the iaul day of
August, A. u. i7o, and recorded in the onice cl
recorder ol deeds of said county iu book "U"
ol'trust deeds on taee iil, did Kraut, bariruin,
sell, and :onvey, uuto the undersigned
lii'oi anil .M.rtln urown, trunteea, tne lota or
porcelle el laud liereiunfter described to secure
the payment of oue riromissory note. 01' evea
date with sail deed of trust, for the Huruot oi.e
hundred and thirty dollars and Atty cents, pay
able to tbe aaid It. F. Drown and Martin
Urown six months alter tba date tbcraof, with
interest at the rate ot ten per centum per annum
from date until paid. And whereas, there is
now due and unpaid o aaid promissory note
the sum of sixty-two dowars and leu cents, be
ing the aggregate of tbe unpaid principal aud
Interest up to this date.
Now, therefore, default having been mads
in the payment of eai I promissory note and in
terest thereon aocording tethe conditions and
stipulations of said deed of trust, public notice
is, therefore, hereby given that In pursuance of
the provisions of sold deed ol'trust, audby vir
tue of the authority Kmnted us therein, we
shall, on Monday, the Hrd day of December.
A, D. 177, at tliebour of 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day, and at tbe front door of tbe court
bouse in the oity of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at pubiio vendue to
the highest bidder foreash in hand, the premises
descritied in said deed of trust as "lots number
eight (s), nine ('.') and ten (I11) in block, number
oue (1) in theolil original town of Thebes, Al
exander county. Illinois," together with all
right and equity of redemption of her. the aaid
Sarah K. lilassman, her heirs, executors, ad
ministrators or assigns,
B. F. Brown,
JsAKim lliiowrr, .
ctober25, 1877. Nov. 1,4
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. D. 178.
George Weiss vs. Mary Nolle, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolte and Atnstine Nelu Bill te loreclote
mortgage in chancery.
Amdavit of the non-residence ef Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Amstina Nolle, the def
endants above earned, having been riled in tbe
'ottceoftlie Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice la hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill of complaint in said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on tha 'Mh day of October, A. V.
1877, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
ssid Court against said defendants, returnable en
Ihe first Monday of January, A. D. I87H, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, tiniest ycu, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolle, Ida Nolte and Amstine
Nolle shall personally ba and apixar before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, te be hoiden at tha Conn
house in the cityot Cairo, In said county, oa tha
first Monday of January, A. D. 1878, ai.d plead,
aasweror demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and the matters therein
charged and stated, will be taken at confessed, and
a decree entered against yeu according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk,
GRORoa FiHRla. Complainant's Solicitor,
October 20, 1677. . , " , iNev. 1. iw)
,IM. aialkrf for anr nus, I
akuM. Tai SawwaS
Is hereby jlven to Anton Stiairala ol tha
pendencV, in the cirruit court ol Alex
ander county, state ot lllinnii, ol a bill in
chancery 10 1 nloce vendor's lion, wherein
he is dule.itimit, nii'l Samuel Stasis Taylor
and t'dwin I'u.m.iik, trustees of the Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the summons in t .id case Is returnable on
the tint day ol the next term of said
court to be hoiden at the court house In
the city of Cairo, in said couuty, 011 tbe
flrst Jlonday ol January. A. 1). 1878.
Clerk of said Cum t,
(iREKN & Ull.llKHT, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 17 J.
LEGAL NOTICE "
la hereby given to Joshua G. Hall as adBiinii
trator de bonis nun or the estate of Hosea Clark,
deceased, and Edwm ilruiuard of the pendency,
in the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Jill
nois, of a bill iu charcery to toreclnse a mort
gage, wherein you, together with Chauncey N.
bliimnan, Louisa .V Miiprnau, Jos lib W.
Dresel and Charles Edward T racy, as Iteceiv
ei s of the I'niro and Vinceunee roilrood, and the
Cairo and Vlncmnn railroad company era de
lendants, and diaries C. llolien.as Receiver of
ol "the iliitml Life Insurance Company" of
. in'h"ii:"Miimiuani : gnu inai tuc summons
i nam ennse is returnable on thelirat. dayot the
the January term, A. I). l7h, t aaid Cotirt to
lie I10I1I111 in (he Court linns, in fli ritv ,r
Biro, In mini ronntv. on the llrsf Monduy of
miA 'n'-u .nv. . in, in. 1,
J HI s A. ItKKVK, Clerk of suld Court.
Sash il I'. Wiisklkr, Solicitor id 'Complaint,
Jt isonleie.1 Ibuta "pe. ial term of the Alex
nndir Circuit Court Iw nmir.enu d and held at
the court house ii, tlic i-.ltj ol I mroon Monday,
tbe;iUt day 01 l)cceiul r, A. I). 1"77. said term
to bedevnted rxcliisivcly to Ihe b'ari ng of Chan
cery causen and the Iruusgctlnn of business on
the Chancery docket. Johm A. Itaxvx,
Cairo, Illh , Nov, , 77.
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sufferer, victims of
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Thesymu'oins of Liver Ccinmliint are a bit
ter or bad laale iu the mouth) I'ain In the back,
.-iii. or .joints, alien mistaken lor rneiiuie
tiHiir, snur stomach, loss ot appetite, bowels
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Ttr All ImnsonkA niaitlii. va.11. k.
.. i v... i.iiHiiwi.iwiiuiiii Mirotivy ,
lioriod of years, having within thai time treated
many thousand cases of those disease peenlutr
to woman. 1 huve been enabled to nerteot a
.ii"i i'.mi iii una Hgroenuie mouicine that meets
tllO iudie.'lliotna nreKimtml hv thn. nl.a. .1
lit' with potitivo certainty and exactness.
To designate this natural speclfle eemnonnd,
Iluivenoiucdit . .
Dr.Pisrce's Favorite Presoription.
The term, however. Is but a feeble expression
of my high appreciation ol its valuo, bused upon
my iran personal observation. Aa a close ob
server, 1 have, while witnessing Its positive re
sttl's in tlio few special diseases Incident to tba
reparole organism oi womnn, singled it out as
the climax or crowning; Rem of my
medical career. On ire tuovTts, aa a poaf
tivo. sufo, and effcctnul remedy for this class
m iiiacnsciti, non una mat win, at ail timet ana
tinder ..11 fiiriiiiidiania. . . , iriH.iiH.j i i
... .... -,,Miv.va, ti... muiuij uu in imr-
mony with the laws which govern the female
pvitom, I am willing to suke my reputation as a
physician. Nay, even more, so confident am 1 "
nut u wiu not uisanpomi me most sanguine
cxpeeuttons ot a single invalid lady whe asaa.lt
for iiitM tli a kilmnnt. f is ml.1 ni. T Jw.....-a
that I 0or and soil It under A POSITIVE : ,
CifJARANTCE. If a bencflcdal street is not
experienced by the time two-thirds of the eon- :
tents of tho bottle are used, I will, on return ol
tne bottlo, two-thirds ot the medicine having '
been taken according to directions, and the ease
Being one for which I reisommeud it, rrommlg
refund tlio money paid for it. Tlsd f not 'the
most perfect eonlideoce in its virtues, I could sot
oiler ft as I do nnder these conditions; but hav-
ing witnessed its truly rairaculeus euros In thou- -sands
of cases, I foci warranted and
perfectly eafo In risking- both my
repntatlou aud. my mouey on lu -luerltav.
Tho following are Among- those diseases ia
winch my Favorite Prescription haa ,
worked euros, au if hv magic, and with a eer.
Utility never boloro attained by any medicine:
LcucorThcea, Lxceaslve Flowing, Painful .
Monthly Periods, buiipreaslons whea from un
natural causes, DTegularlties, Weak Back, Pre- '
lapsus, or falling of the Uterus, Aateversion and :
Retroversion, Hearing Down Beneatione, Inter-
n.,l 1 r.i.i r i'.minll II. 1 i -1.: i ... r..
..... ....it v, iii'i iuiio v.lllc-fllllll, l3UU4kV. Wm
pondency, Threatened Miscarriage, tbtrmle -Congestion,
Inflammation and Ulceration el Ibe
Uterus, Impotcnov, Barrenness, or Sterility, Fe
male Weakness, and very many other chronic)
diseases Incident to woman not mentioned here.
In all affootlons ot this nature, my Favorite
Prescription works cures the marvel of
ho world. This medicine 1 do not extol as a
cure-all, but it admirably fulfills a single. .
uostt of pnrpoep, being a most perfeet
speciilc in au chronic (ilseaaos of the sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not disiiopoint, nor will
it do harm, in any state or condition. - - ' '
Those who desire further information en
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