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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. XKT. PTATT CO
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulletin;, tar. Twelfth Btree
and WaaliinsTton Atmm,
rt-Uouut ud RtllroadWork Speclall
I.'fkicb Hookft From 7:3(1 a.m. tn 11:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7toUa.m. Money
.ia. to o:iri p.m.
I Illinois Central SB
Mis. Central R B
Cslro, Arkansas A
Ohio River Routs i
l)ily xo't Monday
Mia. River Route :
Up, Ban. Tu. Frt.
Tbebr Route ,
FrhUy Saturday '
a. w. MtHAna, r. u.
ST. L0UIS,rR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
f spree leave ClroJily.... ..J:00-p. m.
Kxpiwa arrives at Cairo dally ..4:W. m.
coommodation leave Cairo dally. ..2:00a.m.
Accomodation arrives dally (exca
nunuar) .11 no m
47 Miles the Shortest to
mmi mm mmm
Q AND WASHINGTON.
34 Miles the Shortest to
!tiiua;9lis,lM.sl;Iii& In M
IX HOURS SAVED
OVER TttAIX OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
MakiBg Same Connections,
luMutn by other rouUe to make
WWUVumi mis. nuw.MA umui wmit
lust troxa On to Sim Houra at
mall country atatioxta tor
train of onaaoUma; ro4a.
flomember that fact and take our
6:00 a. m. Tralnroacruiig
Train leave an i arrive at Cairo. M follow
ail Leave 5 AO a. m
7:3i p. m.
..10:00 p, m.
tUlied " '
fsrough ticket) and ebcks to all important
F A atlLLXB, H. L. MOBJITXL,
Pss Ag't. General Sap
;l. B. CHURCH,
3AIR0 & VINCENNES B. R.
61 Miles the Shortest rvouto
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS B. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
err. XaOTJis i
THE train of this company eonnert ft St
.mi KaatSt. Louie, with all Iber
to lb Mortal, Eoaa aad Want.
Vrrl at 8t. Louis - '
a. t 9:1.1 a.m.
,v at iiro..--rr,v;-r-ri
Tiezet and reigoi I' vauv.
J. A. WKItii Unxai raeeenaw
J. ABELL. Ant at Cairo
i'IHE WASHINGTON CITt ROUTE"
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
With direct Connection for
Mill, - Ipbj, Mils,
IPEKDY. FLEASANT and COMFORT
Should remember that. the
I BALTIMORE li OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated lor Its
Depot Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Grand
ana jpeauuiui vouniaia ua vaiiey u
Historical Interest Along
Tar will ALWAYS bt as LOW
as by any bsr Lias.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
.. Bun Threngn
Western andj Eastern. Cities.
- Wim ttiMtiirli tlnkat. tiaara nfeenka.
movement of ttsins, sleeping ear aeeoav
modatton, to., stcapply at ticket offices
SjI Ml principal vuim.
sTOITX. iOUTH. BAIT or WEST
Li Jt Cols
AMERICAN BEEF IN ENGLAND.
Haporf of tba Ameriran Caaiaal at
Ina Deuianrt far Amarlcau Uvff-lla
topenorlly over Ilia Ilrlllah fro-
Wasdnicton, Deo. 13, The Connul of
the United Btate at New-caHJo-on-Tyne
trtaamits to the department of (tato a re
port upon the aulinal food lupply of the
United Klofdoin, with eipecial reference
to tee Importationi from the t'nitod Btute.
It appean from this report that previou
to 1843 exotlu aulmal food win mbject to
conaiderable import dutr, and wai con
lined to cure or ealted neat and dairy pro.
duo. The foreign itrpply up to tbat year
icareely exoeeded the qtumtity exported;
the trade vat then chiefly carried on with
the celoniei and dependencies oi Ureat
Britain. Hint 1342, lowever, when free-
trade measure were adopted under Blr
Egbert Feel' adminiitratlon, the people
of the United Kingdom haTe,toa great ex
tent, become dependent upon foreign
countrle lor their eupply of animal food,
including ;fleeh.yieldiug live stock. The
importationi oi live itouk into Great Brit-
Ian during the yaar of 1875 ware a fol
Animal. Number. WtiKblt.
Oicd. bull and cow nt.tw ) .... ...
Calve -.. M,7
Hberp and Iambi.. ... ,V77,ta w.ib,?.)
titt... 7i,wi e.ow.wa
Trantportation acroai the Atlantic of
either live itock or Ireth meat wa little
more than experimental until within the
preent decade. Lose in sort eaaai at
tended iu:h enterprUee, though the death
of a great proportion of the animal ihlp
ped and by the meat becoming, by Iti pat
refacation, unflit to bo food for man.
Some ol the evil attending the tranilt of
cattle from America have, to a great ex
tent, been mitigated during fete yean.
Under tbl lyitem the animal are kept in
boxes or cages while conttoed in the hole,
and are hoisted on deck lor exercise and
air whenever the state of the weather may
permit ef it. Uy this means cattle have
frequently of late been carried across the
Atlantic with little or no perceptible
deterioration of the condition in which
they were shipped in America. But it
must be born in mind tbat this improved
mode of convey in cattle across the sea in
volves great additional cost of freight; and
futhermore, during adverse weatber the
Improved system become impracticable,
end the old dangers and dUadvantige re
turn. For some year past the exportation of
butcher' meat in it fresh state from
America into the British Iilex.wai.lrequent
ly attempted, but witb very uncertain eue
eas. Last year (1870) however, the prob
lem of how to btaln an nnlimlt1 mrpiy
OI tAlB WOttl llijpuiuujb ueveseiit wr lu
Oreat Britain was most satisfactorily solv
ed. The plan adopted for the preservation
of the meat in a sound and sweet condition
If the speedy withdrawal of the animal
heat immediately on the extinction of
life. This is accomplished by a refrig
erating proceu at the temperature of 88 to
40 deg, Fahrenheit. Alter which, and as
speedily ae possible, the meat Is sewed
up in canvas wrapper of open texture,
and transferred to air-tight chambers (con
structed in a manner also non-conducting
of heat) In the ship in which It Is to be
conveyed across the ocean. The condition
of the meat is excellent, very far surpas
sing that generally produced in Britain at
the present 'day. Prejudices against It
have been overcome. The American ex
porters sheuld now do all In their power to
impart confidence into the regularity, du
rability and sufficiency of this Important
M AN UFACTUBER AND DEALER IS
llr. Block desires to call the attention ot
the Public to tbo fact that bo has al
ways on hand a large, new and fashionable
stock of ready-made custom Boots and
snoes tvnicn ne wiu sen at
THE LOWEST -TRICES.
Call On Him At
piip St, Bel , Wash. & Com. At..
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bnk Building, ua.snlrs.
Ths Oldest (Esubllshed Agency in Bouthtrn
Illlaols, and npresentlng over
I3& 000 000
tn.1, Cklark far VS. ew. of sit
a Ik-klll.- mA I . U Zl-Zi .
ml Or. Oil asndiwu.r 16, Mmm Srliucl. ud wa H
Mwrwys, is. Iw-,i wtW Is ik. llslus sum. LA.
ItEfHlHnfi wltaj horn, u4 barS,call WvrV.
mf Mavealmr. far aUiu. Said nhy CmM A,T
Clnalsf cilssssttsai lUmsM Sy Cw
mUitm assssssasBr fcllssa) r-ta.riulaKs,
ATt AH. Asnwwntd. Bask
sees lecltlntaM. PsrUsulsnfrea.
ASSrsss J,St a ,Bl.MWIfa
fell f tart WhlMtoi
ISiSaaS Piunasla '
Otto, Bvllatlaa EialldiAaT, Gorxiai TwiUla SJtxaat axs.4
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1 8 77
ASK in recovered
ufltercr, victims of
fever and ague, the
mecurtal diseased pa
tient, how they recov
red health, cheerful
iplrits, and good ap
petlt tbey Will tel
you by taking Blm-
i(mon' Liver Eer-
TIIK ClIKAi'tsr. sa BESl' FAJILY. MIiI-
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jaudice,
iliuui attack, SICK HEADACHE, telle, De
rciiionof BpuiU., BULK STOMACH, Heart
I)irn, etc., etc.
Tble unrivalled Southern Remedy Is war
rauted not to cuntaln a narticle of Mercury,
or any injurious substance, but I
oonteinlns; tbose soulhern root ana berb wbleb
n ell wlw providence hu placed In eoiintrlce
where Liver DisewMM prevail. It will cure all
ItlteaK cautl by avrangemeat oe tbe lire
The symp'oml of Liver CompUlnl an a bit
ter or bud taitte in the mouth i i'atn in the back,
Hide or Joints, olUn luintakea for rheuma
tism) Sour ttoiuacb, loan ot apixtlte, bowels
alternately eoebve and lax fuadaebe, lost oi
memory, wita a painful sensation of having
falltd to do something wbleb ougbt to have
been done, debility, low spirits, a thick yel
low appearance ot the akin and eyes, a dry
cough ollea miaUtktn for consumption.
bomedme man v of tneee avmutom attend
the dieaatie, at others very few, but the liver, the
largest organ In the Door, is generally uie seat
of diseate and If not regulated in time, great
suffering, wretchedness and DEAik will en
sua. I can recommend as an eflcaclons remedy for
dlaeue of the Liver, Heartburn and lyspita,
Kirumont' Liver itcgclator. Lawia Wuhdbh,
17m Master atrcet, Aulaunt PostmaaVer, Phil
adelphia. " We bave tetd its vlrfnes, personally, and
now that for lHeiuil. Biliounneas and
Throbbing Headache it U the beet medicine the
world ever aaw, ve nave trietl forty other
reuiediu bctont fimiuon.' Liver licgulator,
but none of them gave ua more than temporary
relief; but the Regulator not only relieved
but cured u." Ed. iaxsoxara am ilwstx
oaa, alacon. Ga.
Nothing i o nnnleasant. notnlni so common
as bad breath, and in nearly every caae it comes
from the stomach, and can be o easily correct
ed if you will take Simmon' Liver Kegulator,
Do not neglect o sure a remedy for tula re
pulnivedUorder. It will alaj improve your
Appetite, complexion, and General lltallh.
Tbl distressing affliction occurs moft fre
quently. The dknirbance of the storaacb,
arUing from Imperfectly digeated contenu,
cauaee a kever pain In tha head, accompanied
wiin aiaagreeaue nauaea, anu tnis conititutes
What is Doutibulv known as bick lieudacbc. For
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical elements, never
found in Uie same banpv Dronnrlion in auv
other preparation, vis; a gentle Cathartic a
powerlul tonlo, n unexceptlrnable alleraiive
and a certain Corrective of all impurities oi
uie Douy. sucoaigmu eucoesa na atlcnaea its
ou t .at it i now rtgaraed as uie
As a Uenicdy in
ml Anions rcvsRs, bokl com-
PI.ALNTS.JIVSPKP8IA, MENTAL DEPKr 8-
lion and Bl AOVoKJn '
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all chinirea of
climate and water and food may be faced with
out tear. An a Kerned y in MALASIOL'S
KfcVEBS, BOvVEL CO.MPLAINTB, KEST
LE3SNESS, JAUNDICB, NAL'aKA,
UAairACTCRUI ONLY BT
J. H. ZE1LEN,
rrice 1.00. Sold bv all DnggCt.
They Relieve Pain.
They subdue swellings.
They cure burns without a scar.
The Tha Whita Centaur Liniment ! now
the standard remedy tor Uheumalitm, Neuralgia,
sciatica, LumDago, rrou cites, v.asea rreasts,
Itch, Cutaneout Eruptions, etc. T title LinlrnenU
have stood the tests of time. They have perform
ed mora wonderful cures of obstinate bed-ridden
cripples and have alleviated more pains in a thor er
pace of time than have all other Liniments,
Embrocations, Extracts, Ointments, and Salves
In existence. Their sale is increasing regularly
and rapidly. Their belt endorser? are physicians,
surgeons and veterinarles. There ia literally no
case of flesh, bone or muscle ailment upon man or
oeasi wnicn tne centaur Liniments win not allevi
ate and generally cure. But it must be understood
mat mere are two kinds or Liniment: tne wnitt
Is for family use and the Yellow for horses and
animals, ror horses and mules liable t spavin.
Kinc-bone. Sweenev. Galls, strains. Strinc-halt.
Poll-evil, etc., the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment is worth its weight in gold. We have
thousunds ol certificates relating how thousand ol
vaiuatite norses nave neen speedily restored oy a
doilar bottle of this all-healim remedy. The same
is couttianuy toiu oi me enccts on me numsn
fiame. Persons hobbling on crutches tor yenrs
from Stiff Joints, Tumors and Old Sores, bave by
the use ol the White Cent aur Liniment, been
restored to the use of all their limbs, The eflects
are next to marvels. We will give the Liniment
to any person who ever heard of a railure'. such
a case hat never been reported to us. Thoae Lini
ment ar now sold throughout the inhabitable
J. B. ROSE ft CO. , 4(1 T)ev street. New York
To the taste but death ta Grines and Stomach com
plaints. ritohar'aOaatorial s a complete sub
stitute for Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as
Honev. It is Darticulnrl v auan ted to Teetnlnc and
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
ine roou, regiuaiesineotomacn, ana Kures wind
Colic, No remedy is us efficacious, for Feveriah-
Bess, Croup, Worms and Whooping Cough. Osvs
toria is a purely vegetable preparation, more ef
fective than Castor Oil, and neither gags nor
Columbia, Conn., May 3, 1870.
Messrs. J. B. TtnAi;..N. Y
i have a family of eight children, and hav used
your Casterla. I have never found anything equal
to It. My chilkren have been saved from severe
sickness by tha us of Caatorla. 1 recommend it
n preference to any other medicine 1 know. I
leal it a pleasure to live this certiKeab nn account
of the benefits I hauc derived by the use of your
auuniauiv iieswi Mliuu,
Very Truly Tours,
NORMAN P. LITTLE.
-O U TOHEH.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Wssblngten tad Cos;
mereial ATtnnts, sdjoifilnc
To every resvli r ol till rIeT who sends us tills
certificate and fl we will torwanl, fur one year,
"The Treasure," a nuignllliwit Illustrated
Monthly Journal and liuuaekeeiie'' Alagu.ine,
and one copy of our uw and ekyoit (.milium
"ASKING A BLESSING,"
A masterpiece of the Dusseldorf ichool cl genre
painting, by Prof. Jordan, slzs in,' jxl5,'-a, es
wiuteil iu the highest tyle of th art. Itetail
price or, which fa -', and a copy i the lollow
ing beautiful poem descriptive of tne chromo, in
elegant illuminated colors for fiuuiug .
A yi but wait, good wile, a nlnutr;
1 have Urst a word to say ;
Io you know what to dar Irf
iloUicr, 'tis our wedding iay!
Just as now, we sat st supiiei
when the gums bad gone way;
Tou sat Uiat aide, I But thia tide-,
forty years ago to-day I
Then what plana we laid fgetheri
What hatVAthinge I lueait luilol
Could wlreiiu to-day woild Jd US
At tkii 'L&tifctV' and V'U'
Better to J rO'-nd Tet f
u.wuiiu. tbink l eannot i,.nr .
Had our boj ab, yesl lino. uei
iea, lieUostb aU t!iliw well.
Well we've had onr Jtfs and sorrows,
Shared our rmile well as Un;
And the beet of iluI w bud your
Faithful love foyo'ty Jearel
Poor we've been "nt not Drsaken i
((rlef we've Irfown, but never shaoii'
Father for Thy .ndless merctes
Btili w Wk "V Holv naiuei ;
AJM awafMaaSfsls This is a rare chanee
fl L,' ftp I for vou to makemon-
efcaV UaUaV) X M We T"1 ?,oU
large cash commis
sions sad girt you exclusive territory . Send
us on dollar, aroid unnecessary correspon
dence, receive your territory, and go to work at
once. I'pon receipt of which we will furworu
agent's outfit certificate ol" agency, etc Speci
men coles U oenta. none free.
I Address Tha Tranaura PablishiDg Oo, '
No. 4J cedar Street, New York.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Eunning Two
Daily Trams from Cairo,
CI I a II HI I' I
Train Leave Cairo
1:20 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in
Louis 8:.V) p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
220 p. TO, CINCINNATI & LOUTS- I
lU 1 It 1 Worth
VlJ-iLixi r AOT Jfl H ri 'against siuu ceundanti, remrnauie on ursi
s. Monday of January, A. D. Is7s, as is by law re
irrivin(rt n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Loui' ' Wir-d. Now. therefore, unless you, the said Hen
Vllle, 6:i fl.m.; lndi:inanolls, 4.15 a.l )olry Eichhoff and Kathi Eichhoff shall personally be
Passengers by this train arrive at ftbiFl ,'and appear before the said wrcuitcourt of Alexan-
07 ANY OTHXB ROUTE.
lxip. m. Fast Mail wltQ sleepers attacb 1 1
arrlvii; M wf. af-W ,M, tni- 'J
cagn at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Efiingh&m tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Passengers by this line go through to
tne Ease witnouc any ueiay causeu uy
fhe SATUUUAY AKTERNOON TRAIN
KJiOJl CAIRO AKKIVES IN iSKW
VORK MONDAY J10RNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
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tbey maim hptter time taan this one, are
are Issued either through ignorance or s
desire to mislead the public.
For throutrti tickets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central B. R. Depot, Cairo.
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ner of dlsplsylng their favors.
Communication upon auhleota of
era! interest to tha pnbilo oUolted.
UAII Btulnas Letters should be ad-lnsusd to
rsttr aaUatla Ooaassaa.
- .. I, . JOairo.in suid county, on the first Monday of Janu
X7 I t. ' , ary A. D. 17, and plead, answer or demur to thi
JL W A.Viuf u'a complanant'sbiii ut complaint, the tame, ant
WuaiutAs. Ob tlte first day of April, 17,
Emma Canine and Robert It. Canine, her bus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and d
liv.rel, to Mrs, ( osalo Williams, now Mrs.
(.ausie Drips, u certain sale mortgage on lot
No. threw U), in block No. Iwenty-uin (as) In
Ondyke ft Mycr's aildition, to the city ol ( hea
ter, in thejasuiiiy of lvaiulolkhand Bute of llli
noli, to if tbe payment of four certain pro.
nunsory nV xecute.1 by said KoliertH. Can
ine, dated Xpnl I, IsTtl, lurtwo hundret dollars
ew'.b, payable in throe, six, nine and Utteen
months, respectively , from the dates thereof,
with ten iiercent, interest from the dotes there
of; which said mortgage wan duly recorded
April tt, ifi-Q, thererdnler'iotUce in said Uan
dolpb county, iu book No. ono (I) ot lease.
Ac , on iag ais : and
WiutiMAs, Said mortgage provide among
other things for the sale, bv the said mortgagee,
of said lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
ot default In the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
vViihkba, The time for the payment of the
said notee.and each of them has long lince elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
01 the above mentioned note, the turn of six bun
tired and fourteen dollar and II v cent tU14.o6.)
Now. therefore, notine la hereby crivn iht
on Thursday, theUlhday of January, Ifi7, at
sraeToiir of two It fcfUt iBAIWd.citjr of Cheeter
underaiixneil will oner said premise lor iaietO
the highest hid'ler lor (utsli in band and on mak
ing said sale, will rluke, execute, and deliver to
the pure baser a good and auniuient deed therefor.
Formerly Cassi William
is hereby given ttntt, by vlr'tteof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County in the slate
of Illinois, rendered ut the November term,
A, I). lo?7. I, August Watermeier, sdminiatra
tor of the Estate of Frederick Watermeier, de
ceased, wtll sell at public ten lie on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 1M7, at the west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in laid
County, and Stale, at i o'clock p. m. of laid
bubject to the wldow'tdnwer Interest therein
for the payments of tbo debts of tald Estate ot
Frederick Watermeier, deceased, the following
described property, to-wit :
The south X of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six ( o), town
ship, lfl'ieun (I J) south runge two (), west of
I le 3rd principal meridian situate in said county
of Alexander and State ol Illinois.
Terms ol HalaCaoh in hand upon approval
of sale and delivery of deed
Administrator of the Estate ot red Tvater
Duted Cairo, Ills,, Njv. 21st, 18T7.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January term,
A. D. 17H.
llenrv Whiteamp vs. William Eichhoff, Henry
EichhoiT, Kuthi Eichhoff, Charles Eichhofl and
lii-acie EichhoiT, bill to reform and foreclose mort-
defendants above nan ed, having liecn filed In tne
office of the clerk ef said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
defendant, that the compiaijlunt filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
..n lh. -it.. la....r V..n.liM A I, 1..77 anil that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
( iler countv on die first dav of the next term there
lol, to De nonlen at the court nousc in tne r.uy oi
ithe inatier and tiinp therein charged and staled,
rill te taken as cootesseu, ana a uccrre cnierce
'ag-i'n'lyou accotdiug to the prayer of said bill.
JOUfl is. rtssvb, wicra.
Oin. Ftsiiis, Complainant's solicitor,
Nov. -list, A. 1. 1b".
Siuio of Illinois. Countv of Alexander.
Circuit ifiurtoi Aieaauder uoiuuy, Januaiy
'f1lSi,iul'0'ionne T- MarT E- Lonhlenne.
I'll', ..T '".v-irceln i h,...r
Aiunuvii oi uie iiucfiismeircfc o iutu uw
hlenne, the defendant above named, having
been tiled In the ollice i f the clerk of said
court ot Alexander couaty, notice is hereby
liven to the said non-resident defendant,
that the complainant filed bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on tne i ui nay oi uctooer.A.D. inn, ana mat a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable on the
Ural Monday in the month ut' January, A. D.
Ik- na id l.fr l.inr ., ihMl'nM.
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhlenne, shall
pei.onallv be and Jtiuear before the said circuit
court of Alexauder county on the tirst day of
mo m uu mereoi. to uenoiiten at tne conn
house in the city of Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday in the month of January, A. 1).
laTH, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ot
complaint, the same antl the matters and inings
therein set forth, will be taken as conleaetJ, and
a decr.'e entered against you according to ui
prayer oi earn utti,
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
W. C. MfLKiv, Complainant's Solicitor.
Calm, Ills. Oct. loth A. D. lt77. vv.
State of Illinois. Countv of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
lenn, A. v. i?,o.
Ueorge Weiss vs. Mary Nolte, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolte and Arnstine Nolle Hill to lurecl.se
mwrtcaee in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residenee of Marv Nolte.
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine Nolte, the dc-
endants above named, having been hied in Uie
office or the Clerk ol iiaid Circuit Court of Alexan
tier I'ountv. notice is hereby eiven to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill of complaint iu said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the 'Mh dav of October. A. D.
1877, aud that a summons thereupon issued out of
s:uu court against snia aeienuanis, reiurnaoieon
the first Monday of January, A. D. Ie)7d. as is by
law required, Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to be bolden st the Court
house in the city at Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. 11. IHTts. slu nlead.
answiror domur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, tne same, ana me matters therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer ot saiu tutu
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
Georob Pisrer, Complainant's Solicitor,
October, lfi77. tNov. 1. 4w)
Safe Speedy Sure.
The rapidity and certnintT which Dr,
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry sud
iiorehound cure diseases ol the respira
ory Organs and it reliability as a remedy
for consumption long ago secured lor it a
foremost rank among medicines of it class.
It la in fact THB recognized specitlo tor
throat nua bronchial disorders, it prompt
ly checks a cough, no matter of how long
standing, and affords great relief in case
01 asthma. It should not be mistaken lor
a mere palliation, since it not only afford
immediate relief, but also removes all
traces of the malady. It is a rpeclllo for
croup. Trial slzs 10 cents. Large size !0
cents anu one aouar.
SOLD BY BARCLAY BROS.
Also Agents for Trot. Parker's rieaesnt
"Worm Syrup, which never tall. Pleas
ant to take, and require no physio.
Price 2ft cents.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
- IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Close.
Oornar 10th street and Commend At.
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
O. D, WIUJLiiMSON,
And Dealer In
He. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC.ALattentioi sjlvoa tiDaslgarnaat a no
fllllng orders '
COME AND SEE ME !
1 am now oderlng iny entire
giiOTixxnT n r
rorflieXext Thirty Day
As I inttnd to quit the bumnfs,
PARTIES IS SEARCH OF BAR
GAINS SI70ULD XOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
I W ALDER,
Cor. 6th Street and Ohio tavee
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evana-
viue, laouiaviue, uinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant slds-wheel steamer
VaLTIR B. PlNXrNOT0N....M..
Will leave Cairo every VEDNEbUAYat
o'clock v. u.
The licet lleaiier
Psk IIowaud ...Master
Ed. Tuomas Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SAIUSQAY.
Each boat makes close annntrtlnna at Cairo
with first-class steamers tot UL Loula.alem-
phls and New Orleans, and at EvanavlUe witb
IbeK. AC. K.K. for all polnu North and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Hhwiiera fnall
uoiili oa the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freight and passenger to all points
1U1UI UUaUUQ Mir a a,
JAMES BIUUS, Passenger Agent.
11 A I. LID AY BKOU., J .,.
J. M. i'UIXJJi'S, j Agents,
Or to . J. OKAMliEB,
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-3-o-lv. Evansvllle Indiana.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogaheada, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceon whsrt host, loot of Sixth street. '
Ollice ot lialliday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, foot of Tbiriv-eiirnrh street, or
Post Offlce arawsr Juo.
City National Bank
W . P. ITALLIDAT. President.
HENUT L. HALLlbAT, Vie Fresl.
A. V. "FFORD, Cashier,
WAITER ITYSLOr, A'tCsshl.
. SrAAT Tatlob, R ll.Ct KsntoBAjr,
H, L. Haludav, W. P. Halloay,
G, D, Williamson, Stsphin Bimp,
Exchange, Coin and United Statos
Bonds Bought and Sold,
DEPOSITS recelvsd and a frsneral banking
siqn WMERS aa?sss
Patent Belf-Paitini :
Inth. uM ofihisboeksiavplv boIsU the ansa
and apply ih scrap. I h iranediaU result wUI
fcetthat w ,ne te""0"7 Ssasy ta Ska
IT IS THE ONLY CQItimfTffm
Adaited t meat ths waat f
THE AUTHOBm '
TMEDITOB, - -THE
and no Home o Mimplet wlttiMt It.
The Chilrl'a Sf.hH. sub .av.j. t....
tloa and amusement far the Otaslalvaaa.
For & I; SocblSo u. Mmny
rubliahasBr e .
BLOTE, WOODMLAN tk 00..
Blank Book Maautactursit,
US and Ut WILLIAM BTBIIT. .
NEW YORE. '
trfSend for descrlpoV (jrearav.
SWEET NAVY CHEWING
was awarded the ffrst Dremiun at Cenuanial Exd
sitien for fin chewing QualitiH, the excellent and
lasting character of iu aweeteaing and Savoring If
you want the bet! tobacco ever made ask your groeef '
tor this, sod sec that each slut bean our blue rt
trade mark with the words Jackson's best oa It,
Sold wholesale by all jobbers bend for sample a
C A JACKSON A CO, Manufacturers, Petersburg,
te n eofi per day at home. Samples wortk
a IO J6frM. brtN80Nto., Port
land, Maine -
For Particulars Address
wu mn mmi comic,
829 Broakway, New York City;
Chicago, Hi.; New Orleans, L.;
or San Franoiaoo, CaL
PLAYS! FLAYS I FLAY
Far Reading Club, for Amateur Theatrical.
Temperance flays, Drawing room Plays, Fairy,
Plays, Ethiopian Plays, Guide Boats, Speak-,
Panaomimes, Tableaux Lights, MagBisium Lights,
Uolortd r ue, Burnt lors, ineamcai lac rrcpar
aiions, Jar ley's Wax Works, W Igs, Beard, aad
Moustaches at reduced prices. Costumes, Scenery,
Cnarades. New Catalogue tent tree, eoatainlnj
lull description and prices. SAMUEL FRENCH
& BOH, IZ4 Nassau street, ew lori.
C3! WMk in 0UT own town
$.' outfit free.
II. MALLET A CO., Port
WONDER UPON WONDER.
Given Away A strange, mysterious sad most
extraordtnarybook, entitled "THI BOOK OF
WONDKRS." Containing, with numerous pic
torial illustrations, the mysteries of the heavens sad
earth, Natural ,and Supernatural, OddiUea. WfclBV
sical, Strange Curiosities, Witch and Witchcraft,
Creams. SussrsUtians. Absurdities. Fabulous, K-
Ch"W0l.S,'jt. JtRSPrJUiW .4."T !.
away to ail that desire to tee lb Address, by postal
card, K. ULKASOJ4 A CO., 738 Washington Slr.-f
xlosion, Mass. .....
WORK 70X1 Alili
In their own localities. eanvsltu tor tha
Fireside Visitor, (enlanredl Weekly and
juonmiy. inrmrmt -apcr an oa if .ri.,
witnaiammoin enromoa tree, siig vosn
slons to A2nts. Terms and Outfit
dress P O. VirKERY. Augnat i. Main.
Cl(ja (147 at bom. Agent waatM. Ussta
and terms free. TRUE A CO., Augswtai
A H Extra Flna Klsd Card. wlthaaaiS
tZJ 10 OU., post-paid. L. JONES A CO,,
Nassad.N. V. - .: .
SJW1IT PIANO, ORGAN beat. O Look
Buaail Startling new OTaaa 13 slop
Piano only si so. coitseao. circular rr.
D. F.Beatty, Washington. N. 3
So tin mixed 10c. SO extra mixed ,i3.
Mellenvllle anl Co.. Col. Co W. T.
By an Immense practice, extending through a
period of years, having within that lira trcatae!
many thousand case oi too dleasa pacwliar
to woman. I have ba enabled to parfaet a
moat potent and agreeable medloltte tbat meet
the Indication nrasntad bv that etaa as? Ala.
ease with positiv certainty and exaotness.
To designate this natural spetlflo empoaad,
I have named it ,
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescriptisn.
The term, however. I but a feebta sspieasioa
of my high appreciation ef It value, based ape,
my own personal otMcrvation. As a ataaa aa
erver, I nave, wbll wlmeaerng tta posistva re
uli In the few tueoial dueasas lnolsival to tha
aepornto osganlsm of woman, alngltd it out a
the r 1 1 max or erowstluc asm l sssr
inedleatl cttrear. On is aunt, as a pet
Uve, safe, and efTectual remedy fr this cua
of diseases, and one that will, at all tlasa aad
under all elrcumslanees, Mt kindly aad Us bar
mnnf with tha law which rsvara lha taals
system, I am willing to (take my mutatftssi as
pnyslclan. Nay, even mora, si eotsattsal an I
Kat It will not dlaappolnt tha sTtaaSSsatjulaa
expectations oi a singi mvatiq t
fur any of the allmml for able
unsniNTKl!. If a aaaaflciaratalsst ta I
aeiiarlannail bv tha tima two-thlrlla at Ik ao-
tenu of tha bottle are used, I will, on ntwra 4
tba liotUa, twoVthlrd ot tha ,tMiiselM Jtawiaf
been taken according to dlreotlon. and tba aaai
being on for which I wotamaad It, avoaaatly
refund the money paid tor It. He ao i
most perfect conodenoe In It vimi, I eostte
offer ft as I do under these conditions! but
wi.nj,as if. mlr.-iil.iis aura la SI
and of ease, I iwl tfsriut4 ss
perfectly aafa Is rUklusTth ss
reputation ass! air asta&ar
stterlM. , -, ;
Tba following are among tnos dlssaaaa ta
which my ravorlM rt,riStt".
worked our, as it by fDsgtc, sad wf"
alnty never Derore aiuunau dj anj avwi"
luoorrhi. Sieasslva Flowtrx, sUral
nal He Uervoua Ilmetetoa, geU4TR vm
pondney, Thrtatanar Hlsrr&jljyaa
Kngestlon, InflammaUon and llksiasj
tlUiFu, Impoteaoy, Barreaneaa, ar Sawiltra.
male Weaknes. andjrery many Ofkf tamtm
dlsense lnoidcut to wtwaa sssandrtrsvK bsm
In all affection of this nalnr, mi2
Prescription work ur-tba asUUrVM fl
She wirld. Tbl. medleipa T de jaot etalaa
cure-all, but U admljtbTy ittUUAsayg;
pw'tle m aiionjo'o'Uease of tljasarAJt
tern of wotnan. It will not onsarmaAaiikw. ru
it do harm, in any state or esisdisVs . 4
Those who dealra furthsr Jr,YtrjLj5
these wbject ean obtmla It lis tm tmrntfTf
cousioit sniras MawgAt, Aawssam, aasej
of over wo page, aena,
of Sl.so. u ueaia i
peculiar to Femal
ridnoa In r(M M
SWaOUOBS, ..... o-r :
w vorrai vm Wsurm kxm
Monthly Prtous, a pprwscss. wwsjiwv
natural eaiises. Irregularttlea, Waak Bawl, fro-
ipti, or falling of i
'.T o" a