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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
jL. w. pyatt CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Ballditur, Oor. Twelfth Itm
aad Waabingtoa Avon,
tt;ouuti nil RailroedWork a Ipeclaltv
)rrioi HouBt From 7:90 a.m. to 6:30
u.ui.; Huntley from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
) Illinois Ontral B B
Miss. Central B B
Cairo A Vlneennea
Cairo, Arkansas A
Tela It H Daily,
Ohla lver Kouta
Daily exc't Monday
MBI. Hi tar Boats
Dp, Bun. Tu. rn.
Friday A Saturday
Q. W. MeKmara, P. M.
ST. WUIS.IB0N MOUNTAIN
SOUTHERN B. B. "
flpresaleavee Cairo daily ..t0 p. m.
ixpn-ss arrives at Cairo dally 4:00a. m.
fcviamodatton leaves Cairo dally. ..3:00a.m.
Accomodation arrives daily (axca
Hundav) 11 ei m
aui ; a i ... -iu. i
47 Miles the Shortest to
mm, cmcOTATi mm
34 Mile the Shortest to
IX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
laaeengero by other ronton to make
Ooanaotloag muat ride all night wait
IDC from One to Bis Ho are at
mall ocrantry atatloaa for
train a of oonnectiac road a.
Remember that fact and take eur
6:00 . m- Traiivreaching
Er&ssriEi, Iiiiiwjoli Giiiiiiti, Louirrille
Tiam.ltave end arrive at Cairo. M follow!
Bused ' .7:k.m.
MaU arrives - I('!,!) m-
Hied " - ,t..n.m.
(trough l!kctt and checks to all important
A MILLBB, H. L XOB&I1X,
Kin,' Pass Al'l. General fp.
;l. B. CHUHCH,
Ass. A (eat.
JAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
THE tralna of thla company connect it St
Lof.!e and KastSt. Louie, with all ther
cts to the N artk, Cosset aatl V?et.
TIMK SCHIDULX .
tT Cairo .H
Us-ve Eat St. Louie - 9: n.m.
r etCairOaM 6:oep.m
..... asusiro-. H.MACrABLAND, :
Tiekat and Freight Agent, Cairo.
J. A. WETTiS UeiKral Passenger Agent.;
J. A BELL. Aatnt at Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITYROUTIT
& 1 1 1
WE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Willi direct Connection! (or
liM, Lj:::i:?, Mil,
mum, m mi mm
IFKKUY, PLEASANT and COUFORT
Hkould remember that . Uie
i BALTIMORE 14 OHIO RAILROAD
In celebrated iorttt.
ilegent Ooaehee, Splendid 'Hoteli, Uritnd
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley u
Seeneiy, and the many polnti
Historical Interest Alone
aw'" vUl UWATIbeai LOW
I jw at ky aay her Line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Weitirn andj Eastern Citiei.
far ttkraurti tloketa. batraaee otieoki.
wvemeator tralnt, ileeplng oar aeeom
modationi, eto., etc., apply at ticket otlcee
II au pnaeipai poiaii,
KOBTS, SOUTH, IAST Of Will
f.V. fiirry. -
L. M. Cole
(Jan. Tiekat Alt
Tkoa. 1L Bkara.
. am. Mietar e TreBiel
AFFECTING SCENE IN COURT.
Am fcralMiillna Espraa Haaaanaar
Itaa hia alnea aiuapcnara on r-
of Provloae Bravarj In (he
A caae of .much intereit came op In the
criminal eour; thii monrlog. It wan that
ol Ueaygo U. Trice, who a month ago w
eentenced to one year la the peultentltary
on the charge of having embezzled fuitdi
belonging to the Adame Kxpreas Compiny,
amounting to 230. Price had been locked
up and wai awaiting traDiportatlon to Jol
let. lie had become a favorite about the
Jail, and even allowed ponealon 01 the
keya, being turnkey In the abtence of the
Prlce'icaie will be remembered by all
readen of the Poet. lie wae employed at
road agent of the Adami Expreti Compa
ny, and one night about three yean ago,
while hit train waiipinnlog through Ohio,
he ihot and killed a man who wai attempt
log to rob the ezpren car, tbui taring the
company Ironialoii of f i8,000.
For thleact ot bravery Trice wai ptoin
ted; but becoming ihort ot fundi be em
bezzled the eonipany'ilunJi, for the par.
poie ot helping hlmilf out. To thli irime
be pleaded guilty.
When Price wn brought luto court tbii
morning, Judce MeAtlUter talked to him
like a father.
"You detune,' nai J lit Court, "a great
amount of coniideratlon. You have iul-
fered all the Indignity that can follow your
crime, and have, by your Incarceration In
the couuty jail, endured a detrimental
blow to yonr character. In" order to re
trieve and aaaert your manhood, thli court
haa taken Into view the facta in your caie
relative to a luipeniiioa of sentence. While
it wai eitrrmely wronK tor you to embez
zle, yet we Lave aome centideiation for
you a a man. it Is the understanding of
thli Court that your wife, with a young
babe in her anni, called at the office of the
preatdent of the Adame Expreaa Company
at Cincinnati, having gone there to inter
cede in your behall, but that he indignant
ly refuted to.iee her. I regard the act ol that
official u a reprehensible one, and it will
have no Influence with thlt court. I do
notjmake thii remark for the purpote ol en-
eouragin; crime, but there are clrcum-
tancei entitled to Ihe d Incrimination of the
Court. Your caie it one ot tlicm. The
object of puniabment U not to exterminate,
but to reform. Trusting that you will re
aitert yonr manhood, 1 tutprnd your tent-
Ae the last worde of the Court fell upon
the art of the aagar li.tentr, 1'rtoa ibank
ed the Ceurt, and turned towards hia wi(,
who tat sear, with ber plcatent yet torrow
ful faced bathed with teari. She arose and
extended ber ami a. Price advanced and
embraced ber. lie Imprint d a kltt, a one
would after along parting, and confiding
ly the two patted out of the Court.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now offering my entire
For tba Xeat Thirty Iaye
BELO W 'COST,
At I Mtnd to' quit the bunntsi,
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF BAR
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
L W ALDER,
Cor. 6th Street and Oblo Levee
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. 0. D-
Old Hats Made New.
o. 30, Eighth Street.
and all kindi Country Produce.
93 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ilia.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Mr. Block deairei to call tba attention ot
the Publlo to the fact that lie hai al
ways on hand a large, new and fashionable
stock of ready-made custom Moots aud
Shoes wDivn he win sen at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Oa Him At
'aipSlSil,; M l Cos. An.
Braves I Co
OfAo. 3lltlxi SulXdlaar. Co T-walftli 3Uat an. 4
ASK tne recovered
lUfferer, victims of
'feyeraod ague, the
laecurlal ditoiaed pa
titut. how they recov
end halth,cbrful i
jjilrlts, and good ap
itlt tl.ey will tri
:,mons Liver HcK-
TlfE L'llfcAl'Ksr, AND Jtlviri'AMt.V.Mi:i)
IClNEIN Tilr: WUKM).
iliou. utlack., SICK lltADAl UK, C olic. l
rionor SpiriU., SOCK STOMACH, Heart
Eu'n, etc., etc.
'l inn unrivallpd Southern ltvmtdy I wr
rautfd not to conlftlu a i-artirja of MiTCiirj,
cr auy injurious tuoalaaoe, but U
contaioinr tnimc southern roots and htibs wlilph
an all wIm. provhlenoa liw plaowt iu rxmntrlwi
wlwret.ivrUU pn v.il. It will cure all
dlgea.es rauaed i1 dcraUKCJueot ot tUa l.vir
and bowel.. .
The idi'oiii of Mver Cooipliint are a lit
ter or bad tante in lue mouthj fain in the back,
Nlilea or Joint, often mistaken tor rheuma
tism; sour stomach, lots ol appetite, bowels
alternately contive anil lax. ncuilaebv. Iom.
memory, witn a painful sennation of having
failed to do soruelhiiiit whiob ought to huve
beeodjne, debility, low spirils, a thick yel
low appearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
cough often mistaken for consumption.
bumsiimes many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at others very few, but the liver, the
largest organ in the body, is itenerslly the seat
of disea.es and if not regulated in time, great
suffering, wretdiHlneni aud liKA'lM will en
sue. I can recommend as an efllcaclous remedy for
diseases of She Liver, Heartburn and lmpepsia,
himmoiu' Liver lU-Kdator. Lawis Wt xoaa,
lVlfiMaKter street, AsslsUnt l'ottiuastrr, Phil
" We have tested it virtues, wrsonally, and
now that fur U)spep4l, UiliouHiiess and
ThrobblUK Hcadai he it U the lest nmlicine the
world ever We have tried forty other
rented!" U-lore Slnnn'iii I.iver lirulator,
but none of thun kuc iu more thon Umporary
relief; but the lutrulator not onl;' rtlievnl
but curud us." Lu. Xll.sbKAl'U and Mil
oaa, Jducon. Ca.
Sowing is so unpleasant, BOthmx so common
as bail breath, and in nearly every case it comes
from the summon, and can be so easily correct
ed if you will take fiiinmous' Liver Regulator,
lo not neglect so sure a remedy for this re
pulsive di.order. It will alsj improve vour
AppeUie, complexiou, and (itneral Health .
This distressing sfllietion occurs moct fre
quently. 'J lie UittiThance of tho stoiHach,
arising from inirlcitly ditfentul content.,
causes s sever pain in ths hua. accompanied
with disugreeaMe nuiisca, and this I'omlinites
wliat ispopul&ily known ns sitk lleuilitclic. for
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical elements, never
found in the fume happy proportion in any
other preparation, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a
powerful tonic, n unexceptlrnable altersiive
anri a certain Corrective of all impurities ot
the Imdy. Suchsignal success tits attended its
uu i at It is now regarded as in
EFFTXIL'AL SPEt IFC
As a Kemcily in
MVLAIUOUA ITKVItRa. ItOKKL COM
PLAINTS. DYKPKPelA, MENTAL DEPKkkW
BICN, KliTIkoHSKHM, J A1I.-4HJC K. NAU
BKK. SICK IlEADt HE. COUC, C)NtlP
A TIU.N and 111 -lUl'S.VfcsS
IT HAS NO EQITAL.
Armeil with this ANTIDOTE, all changes of
ellmute and water and food may be faced with
out IVar. Asa Hemerty in MALAHliU'H
FfcVKUS, HO'VEL COMPLAIN I s, UESl
LEaS.NEaS, JAUNDICE, NAUSEA.
Jtafttil IfKED ONLV BY
J. II. ZEILEN,
Trice ll.'iO. Boldliv all lruggi:n.
They Believe Pain.
They subdue swellings.
They cure burns without a scar.
The The White Centaur Liniment i now
the standard remedy lur Hheumuiism, Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Frost bites, Caked Prea&ts.
itch, Cuuneout brtiptiont, etc. These Liniments
have stood the tests of time. They have perform
ed more wonderful cures of obstinate bed-rida'en
cripples and have alleviated more pains in a shor'er
Kpace Of time than have all other Liniments,
Embrocations, Extracts, Ointment", and bulves
in existence. Their sale is increasing regularly
and rapidly, .heir best endorsers are physicians,
surgeons and veterinarics. There ii Ihe, ally no
case of flesh, bone or muscle nilinent upon man or
beast which the Centaur Liniments will not allevi
ate and generally cure. Hut it must he understood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: the White
is for family use and the Yellow for horses and
animals. For horses and mules liable t Spavin,
King-bone, Sweeney, Galls, Strains, String-halt.
Poll-evil, etc, the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment is worth its weight in gold. We huve
thousttnds of certificates relating now thousand, ot
valuable horses have been speedily restored by a
dollar bottle of this all-healing remedy. The same
is constantly told of the tu'ects on the human
fiame. Persons hobbling on crutches tor yenrs
from Stiff Joints, Tumor!, and Old Sores, have by
the use ot the White Cen aur Liniment, been
restored to the use of all their limbs. The effects
are next to marvels. We will give the Liniment
to any person who everheard of a railure. Such
a case ha, never been reported to us. T hose Lini
ments are now told throughout the inhabitable
.1. B. UOSEA CO., 4 Dry street. New York.
To the taste but deatli ts Gripes and Stomach com
plaints. Fitoher'a Caatorial t a complete sub
stitute for Castor uii and is as pleasant to take as
Honey. It isparticulnrlyauapted tol'eetning and
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, regulates the stomach, and ktires Hind
Colic. No remedy Is us efficacious, for Feverish
Bess, Croup, Worms and Whooping Cough. Caa
toria is a purely vegetable preparation, more ef
fective than Castor Oil, and neither giigs nor
CoLrMiifA, Conn., May .1, 1870.
Messrs. .7. B. Reni&C, N. .:
I have a family of eight children, and have used
yourCasteria. 1 have never found anything eipial
to it. My chilkren have be: 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 eertificap. on account
of the benefits I haue durived by the use of your
Very Truly Yours, '
NORMAN P. LITTLE.
COCCI Ab7 P""0"- who will mnke
riaala I and forward nici a list of the
names of reliable persont of their acquaintance
who wish to procure an instrument, either Pi
ano or Organ, 1 will use my best endeavors to
ell them one, and for every piano 1 succeed in
selling to their list within one year, I willoredil
them with 810, and for every organ 8, to be ap
plied oo payment of either a piano or organ ;
and when itatnoiti.ti to a turn sultlclvnt to pay
for any instrument, selected at the LOWKHT
W IIOLESALh. PRICK, 1 will Immediately ship
the Instrument, free, or alter any nmount Is
credited the balance may be paid me in cash and
I will then ship them the Instrument, They
need not lie known In the matter, and will lie
doing their friends a real service, as 1 shall
mnke SPECIAL OFFERS to thtm, rolling a
SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT for from ONE
HALF to TWO-THIRDS what la ordinarily
asked by agents. Please tend me a list at otve.
and after you have made inquiry, you can add
to It. Address,
D AXIS I F. BE A TTT, WtMngttn, N. J,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1877
In the use of thit book simply moisten the gum
and apply the scrap, t he immediate result will
immediately confirm the testimony of many to the
IT IS THE ONLY CONVENIENT
Adapted t meet the wants of
THE LAWYE1V . -i-j ,
THE STATESMAN, j
and no Home oscomplett without it.
1 The lluld'a ftrraii-flnitk atfotd iiistmc
tlon and amusement lor the Chilli rcu.
h: Sale I; liMtei ::1 Stationers"
SLOTE, WOODMAN & CO., ,
Illank Book Manufacturers,
11J and 121 WILLIAM STREET,
JjTend for!e.criptive cireutar.
mnmn i j u i m iiii i .in j
SWEET NAVY CIIEWlXd
was awanlrd the fTrst premium at lntcnnial Kxpo
iitien lor fine chewing Qualities, the exr.elleni.Knil
lasting tharact?i'of its aweetrsing ami flavoring Jl
you want the bet tohacco ever made ask your grocer
for this, and see that each plug bears our blur stiip
trad mark Willi the words ,l.ukori' best on iu
Sold who) tattle by all jobber Mfiid for sample to
H A JACkhO.N CO, M innfaLiurers, retcrsburt,
- w.-'ww-s usvwai
tK rt COrt prdar utliomo. Samiilei worth
3 TO WUjft. MlNrt()NAU).,Port.
For Particulars Address
wilsos sewm mmi mmi
829 Broakway, New York City;
Chicago, Hi.; New Orleans, La.;
or San Franeisco, Cal.
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Ksr Reading Clubs, for Amateur Theatricals,
"Vemperrmce Plays, lirawing room Plays, ralrys,
Plays, bihiopian Plays, (iuide Hooks, Speakers
l'anaomimes, laoieaui Lights, aiiigmsium Lights,
Colored r ire, Burnt Cork, 'iheatricai Pace Prepar
ations, Jarlty't Wax Works, Wigs, Beard., and
Moustaches at reduced prices. Cobtumei, Scenery,
Lnarade. New Catalogue sent free, containing
lull description and prices. SAMUKL KRt.NL'lI
& l-ON, i.- Nassau street, New lork.
a week in your own town. Terms and
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Given Away A strange, mysieriout and most
extraordinary book, entitled ''llilT BOOK OF
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breams, Superstitions, Absurdities, Fabulous, En
chantment etc. In order that all may see this cun
ous book, the Dublishers hav. resolved to eiv. it
away to all that desire to see It. Address, by ostal
card, t. l.l.LASUM Jt CO., TJ3 ashingtonMreet
WORK FOR ALL
In their own localities, canvassing for the
Fireolde Vint tor, (enlarged) Weekly and
Monthly. l.urirfKi t-iiper in sue nsrin,
with Mammoth chromos Free, liig Commis
sions to Agents. Terms and OuUlt Free. Ad
riren P . VfCKKHY Amrtit . Main.
a day at tiomo. Agents wnnted, Outfi
and terms free. T'RLK & CO., Augusta
Af Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with nam;
iW IU Cta., poit-pam. L,. JU.M.3 tw,
Nassau, N Y.
T5T ATT7 NANO, ORGAN best. tJ-Lonk
fiaaiii Stnrtliug news. Organs 12 stops $j
Pianos only Jl'. CoJtttUU. Circulars Free.
l. F. Ueaity, Washington, X. .1
S S"flne mixed Wc. So extra mixed ,2'c.
MellenvilleCaH Co.. f.'ol. Cn N. Y.
If you want to bo String, Healthy
aud Vigorous, takeE. F. Kunkcl't Bitter Wins
o. Iron. No lunguaue can convey an admuate
idea ot the inime liuto and alniOHt mimc'out
c'taniie produo. ! by I iklug K. F Kunkel't Bit
ter Wine of iron iu the di'issed, debilitated and
sliatttreil nervous syetem. Whe'.lier broken
dswu bv excess, weak bv nature, or imnstred by
sickness, the relaxed and unstrung orguanatlon
is restored to perfect health and vigor, Sold
only is in tl bottles. Sold ' all druggists aud
Nervous Debility 1 Nervous Debility
Debility, a depressed, Irritable s&'.esnf mind,
a weak, nervous, exhausted !er!l"tf , no energy
or animation, confused head, Wcu.. iLetnory,
the consequences ol excesses, uHnbd ovurv. ork,
This nervous debility llnds a aovc-ri i n r.i-e in
E. F. Kunkel's Hitter W ine or I10:. tones
the system, dispels the menial g!u;u ni ile
tnondency, and rejuvinatet the enure tyBtein
Soldouly in ai bottles, (let Uie genuine. Tabe
only it. F. Kunkel's. it has a yellow wrapper
around it, his photograph on outside. Sold by
yotirdruggist. i.. F. Ku"kel, propriefnr, No
tin North Niu'h StOect, Pbiludelphia, Pa. Send
for circular, or advice free. Try my great remedy,
(iet ii ot yoitrdt uggist, six bottles for I"'."". It
cannot tail, it is guurauicw, so uu as it recom
mended. Worms! Worms! Worms!
E. F. Kiinkel't Worm Syrup never fails to
remove all kinds of worms. Seat, Pin and
Stomach Worms arc readily removed by Kun
kel't Worm Syrup, llr. hunkeliitheonly suo
ccBnfUl Physician in the country lor the remov
al of Tape worms, lie removes them In - to i1
hours, with heudand all complete, altvt,snd no
Ice until hesd is DUSsed. Common aonse teaches
if Tape Worms can be removed, - all other
worms enn be readily destroyed. Ask your
druggist lore notiie oi Hiinaert worm syrup.
Price $1 icr bottle. Jt never fails, lfhe lis.it
not, hv him ge It, or send to Proprietor, E.
JT. Kunkel, 2.V.) North Ninth Street. Philadel
phia, Pa. ( Advli at oftioe free, or by mall )
Ilnnplnee, or Misery , Hint la the
nr. W. K. Hovt of 23 years euenesslul
practice guaranteet speedy and permanent
cure oi uu c nronic, ncroiuiuus, I'l'tviue,
HyplUletio una r emaie Diseases, npnrmater
rhiit. or toll-atiiuo. ut ble Medical Insti
ttite, .Aifim Sa Cheney lllock, eppodto the
City Ilull l'ark, 8rucute, ,N. Y. Medicine
tent to all paru of tbe U. S. and Ciuada.
Don't be deceived by advertltlna nuacks
waotlironi our large oltlee, but consult
Dr, Boyt or tend tor circular trtsttog oa
ATI ipeoeutltt to utt r. i co i.p,
"W avail Ln-rton. .Traia-u..
CO A I,
Ordors for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo connumcrs ancl all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office on wharl boat, foot of Sixth street.
flft'iita !' I Im.1I i.li.tf ltr..,h..F unni,.. t.
hgyptutn Mills, Twentieth stre-d.
t ool Dump, loot of Thirtv-cigliltl strei l, or
Po o Uii rt rawer IMiO .
STEAM BOA TN.
Evansvlile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
vnto, ojouiBviiio, Cinuiumii.1
and all way landings.
The elegant lido-Wheel Stcaliirf
VALTKH B. PINIHOTO!...-m
t Will leave Cairo every WKDNKpDAT at
o'clock p. p..
The fleet steamer
leaves Cairo every MAlT'lttt AT.
r.soh boat makes close connections at Cairo
with first-class steamers for St. Louis, Meiu-
fihisandNew Orleans, and at Fivansville with
he K.AC. U. K. for all points North and East,
andwiththe Louisville Mail Su-amers to tall
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
OLdpts on frelgliU and passengers to all point!
For tirthcr information apply to
.1 A.M KS Iliilij.S, ji'axsenger Agent,
J. M. PHILLIPS, 'AKentt.
J Or to tl. J. GKAMMKR,
superintendent and General Freight Agent,
1u-s.gn-tT. Kvnnsville Indiana.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast Express, arriving In St.
Louis 8:50 p, m.; Chicago, 7:;i0, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louts
villa, 8:'J5, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
l'sKsengiTH ly toit train arrive nt above
OF ANY OTEZS BOUTK.
.l.-norp. m. KHst Mail witli eleopore ttttach
ed. for ST. LOUIS and Clilfc'AOO,
arriving In Ht. Loult nt tl;:i( a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Elllncham tor Cliiciunati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
i? (.sue tigers by tbla line go through to
the East 'without any dulay caused by
Hie SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
KltoM CAIRO ARK1VES IN NEW i
YORK MOSUAV MOHNINd
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTUER JtOlITE.
tVdvertitonicnte of competing Hups that
they make better time than tbla one, are
are Issued either through Ignorance or a
tleslro to mislead tbe public.
For through tlckots end Information,
tpply ut llllnoia Central B. K. Depot, Cairo.
TRA.1HI Aaniva at caiao
txprvss ItifW p m
Gon'l Houthern Agt
II. .Ion km. Ticket Aet. '
. 1 . n. . 1 . i. 1 " 't
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
Skin 1 n'HK tiUAiiANTKno
0,s"' I Dc.cribs jourcasc, and send
nlCCACCft I with M cents. (Cnrrrspend(
UIOCA3CO J t,f VeeU i)fi van bvai
ni" ivt. vcrnnn r.HepT. rninneiT'nia,
muNI.Vfssr-l i'fc ft' Mt lirtJjuMWtv.
rM'lnr, tl. ,11 ,,.if r JJr. Uvi
Wuxhias, On the first day of April, 1D78,
Km ma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hus
band, made, exejnted, acknowledged, and da
liverel, to Mrs. Csnsie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassia Drips, a certain tale mortgage on lot
No. three d), In block No. I wenty-niue () 1 a
Opdyke Jt Myer's addition, te the city ol Ches
ter, in the county of Ksndolpb and State ofllli
lion, to secure the payment of four certain pro
inissory notes executed by said Hobert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, H7tl,fortwo hundred dollars
each, payable In three, six. nine and fllteeo
months, resoectivelv . from ihs dates thereof.
with ten percent, lutertst from the doles there
of; which said mortgage was iiuly recorded
April tt, rf,t',, the recorder's olllce la saldlian-
uoipn county, in boog au, one U) ot leases,
etc.. on Dane iws : and
Wiiirsah, Said mortgage provides among
other things for the sale, by tbe said mortgagee,
of said lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein ofthe said grantors, incase
ol aetautt in tne payment oi toe asm notes ut
any part thereof: and
WuauaAs, The time for the payment of the
said notes.and each of them has long since elaps
ed, and therj uow remains due on the last three
ot the above mentioned notes the imn of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars aad nv cents (tilt.us.)
Now. therefore, notice is hrrebv liven that.
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, IMS, at
the door of the court house in said citi of C hele
at the hnnroi twoo'clock D.IU.of said dar. th.
nndersigned will offer said premises lor salete
tne Highest oidaer tor casn in nana and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaier a good and iiithclent deed therefor,
Formerly Cassis Williams
is hereby given that, by vir'ueof a decree ofthe
County Court of Alexander County in the State
of Illinois, rendered at the November term,
A. 1. loTT. I, august Watermeier, administra
tor of the Kitate of Frederick W atermeier, de
ceased, wtll tell at public vendue on the 21th
day of December, A. U. 177, at the west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and State, at i o'clock p. m. of said
Subject to the widow's dower Intereit therein
for the payments of the debts of .aid F.itate ol
Frederick Watermeier, deceased, the following
described property, to-tvlt :
The south V of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six (.id), town
ship, ilfieen (l.d south range two (J), west of
t if llrd principal meridian situate in said county
of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Terms ol Sale Cosh in hand upon approval
of sale and deliverv of deed
Administrator of the Estate ot Prod Water
Dated Cairo, Ills., N jv. Met, W7.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January term,
A. I). lTS.
Htnrv Whitcamp vs. William EicWhnrT, Henry
RkhhofT, Kathl Kichhoff, Charles Ktchholl and
tiracie fciehhotf, bill to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-rctidence of Henry
F.ichhotT snd Kathi EichhotT, two of ths
defendants above nsrtied, having been filed In ths
orlice of tlie clerk of said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
defendants, that the complainant riled his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the 21st day of November A. 1. lt77, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable on tie first
Monday of January, A. D. 1S7S, at is by law re
quired. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry F.ichhotr and Kathl KiclihorT shall personally be
and appear before ths laid circuit court of Alexan
der county on the first day ofthe next term there
of, to be nolden at tbe court house in the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of Janu
ary A. 1). l7i, and plead, answer or demur to tbe
said complanttnt's bill of complaint, the tame, and
t he matters and things therein charged and stated,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A.RllVE, Glerlt.
(.10. Fisnxa, Complainant's Solicitor,
Nov. list, A. D.1877.
fttateof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
L'rbaine J. Lonhicnne vs. Marv E. Lonhlenue.
Mill fur Divorce In Chancery.
Allidavit ofthe non-residence of Mary E. Loa
hienne, the defendant above nlmed, having
been tiled in the olllce i f the clerk of said
court of Alexander couaty, notice la hereby
given to the said non-resident defendant,
that the cotMailuinont tiled hia bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery tide thereof
on the i"ui nay ot uutooer, a.d. isn, anu tusi a
summons thereupon Issued out of said court
against said delendants, returnable on tbe
first Monday in the month of January, A. D.
17m, as is by law required. Now. threJore,
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhienne, shall
petsonally be and appear before the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be bolden at the conn
house in the city of Cairo, in said county on the
llrst Monday iu the month of January, A. V.
ls'g, aud plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the sums and the matters and things
therein set forth, will be taken as contested, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. BEF.VE, Clerk.
W. C. Mi'LKiv, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo. Ills. Oct. bth A. D. 177. tiw.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. D. 1878.
George Weiss vs. Mary Nolte, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolle and Arnttine Nolle Bill tu forecl.se
mortgage in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence ef Mary Nohs,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Arnsnns Nolte, ths de
endants above named, havuiR been tiled In the
bltice ofthe Clerk of said Circuit Court ot Alexan
der County, notice Is hereby given to tbe said non
resident uefendants, that tne complainant filed his
bill ol complaint iu said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the 2mh day of October, A, D.
1377, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. 1. IS7H, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless yen, Ihs said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolle, Ida Nolte and Arnstins
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
ofthe next Term thereof, ts be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, ut said county, on ths
first Monday of January, A. 1). l7n, at.d plead,
answiTor demur to ihe said complainant's Dill of
complaint, the same, and tke matters therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entersd against you according to the
prayer of said blU.
' JOHN A. RF.ETK, Clerk.
CiF.onoa Fisitkr, Complainant s Solicitor,
October!!!, 1H77. lov. 1. 4w)
Is hereby given to Anton Stlagala ol the
pendency, In the olrcult court ol Alex
ander county, state ot Illinois, of a bill la
chancery to enloce vendor's lien, wherein
be it delendnnt, and Ssmuel Slsatt Taylor
and Edwin Parsons, trusted of tbe Cairo
City l'roperty, are complainants; and that
the summons In ttld case It returnable on
tbe lirst day ol tbe neat term of aald
court to bo bolden at the court house tn
the city of Cairo, in aald couuty, oa tbe
first Monday ol January. A. D. 1878.
JollN' A. KEKVE,
Clerk of laid Court.
(Ihkkx t OiutffRT, Holii'ltnis.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 177.
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Just as now, we sat at supper
wiien Uie guests had gone away
You sat that side, I sat this aide,
Forty years ago to-day I
Then what plant wa laid together j
What brave things I meant tn dol
Could we dream to-day would flnl us
At this table me and vouV
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Yes, He doeth all things well.
Well we've had our joys snd sorrows,
Shored our smiles as well as tears)
And tbe best of all -I've had your
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Poor we'vt been, but not fbrsakem
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