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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
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Irt oit niodatlon leave Cairo dally.. it:oua.ni.
Iccomodutlon arrives dally (exec
imdavl IH m
47 Miles the Shortest to
mm, tmai mimi
o4 Miles the Shortest to
'Muwplis, IMifli lb M
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OVER TRAIN 0:'
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
aastngera by other routes to make
CounaclioDe must riaea.ii mKuvwwr
in from One to Bix Hour at
mail oountry alations for
train a of connecting; roada.
doriombor that fact and take our
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slued " 7 :! m
alml arrive ... - loiob p. ni
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ratoiigb ticket an') checks to all iinortant
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Go' i'nss Ag't. General Sup
,L. B. CUUKCH.
Paa. A Kent.
JMEO & VINCENNES E. E.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. B
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
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L U.ii uil East St. Louis, wltn all Uier
i..jt in tue .Nor I It, fceaat aud Weal.
urn eat St.
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at Cairo... 6:JUp.in.
W II. M ACFAKLAND,
Ticket and Freight Agent, Cairo.
I. A. WENTZ General Passenger Agent. .
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I HE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
i 1 1
THE S1I0BTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
With direct Connections tor
.Travelert .airlin; .
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Should remember that'th
BALTIMORE i& OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated lor 1U
Jlegnt Coacbee, Splendid Hoteli. Grand
aud Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Sceneiy, and the many polnte
Historical Intcrent Alone
Fart will ALWAYS be at LOW
aa by any her Use.
tULLMAN PALACE CAB
Be tween;tlie, Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through tlcketn, baggage check,
novemept of tralna, doeplnir oar aocom
Diulntionii, etn., etc., apply at ticket oflleel
it all principal point).
U.OBTH, SOUTH, - EAST or WEST
L. M. Cola
Thai. R. abarp,
Haalcr ef Trfmp'a
ASK tun rtwvmil
nuffem, Vi' r.';u uf
reyeranil aj(ur, tin
um'Urial Jiaiaiwil pa
tint, Iww they wcov
ijilrlH, and good p
llt tbry will K'l
you by tnhlug Hi
mon'a Livtr Uf
TlrECIIKAI'Ksr. ANIMIKV1 FAMI.Y HEU-
KorDVSI'EI'SIA, CONSTIPATION. Jaudli,
llliwattai:ka, hlt.K IIEADAC'HK, t nlic, le-n-wionol
OuiritK.. hOl K STOMACH, Heart
Hirn, etc.. etc.
Huh unrivulkJ Koutbi'ru Iti'incily l war-
ran'iil iil to toiiluln a imtllcie ol .nwiiry,
.'V kL" o jurinua aulmUiuuCi but ia
tcijinniiii those ooutljerii rmiti and hci ba wlilcb
au all wIm provideuc baa pbicca In eounliiea
wlierel.lver Ui-ern in v.il. It will cure all
oieaet(ic.i' by .injiemeDt on die l:vw
fi. ..-..."..t.--..-Mr "-J
ivr ul in ,wa: oi,,ri ", "".-'nk.
hum r .iTr."- 'n in ",r
tiniur aldiiiacb, loa ol aiwtitc. boweli
alivnaiiy eontivt and la, uouUebe. Join 01
meoiury, will a painful avnaatiun ol havlriK
tailed to ilu aoiueuiinx wbicb ouifbt " have
bctnd na, debility, low npirlia, a "10 1"'
low appearance or tin akin and eyra, a dry
ouuitb oflea uiutalun for cunaumptiuii. .
huiuatiiuca many of Uiem ayuipUjiua atttad
ihiliMu. at otiiura vurv lew. but the liver, int
lara-oat oran in the body, la ueomally tb aeat
or diaeaM and If not rcgulatul in time, frreat
euHerlng, wretoufjueea ana vcaib i
I can recommend an an efflracloua remedy ror
diiteaeeaol the I.iver, Heartburn una uvapepaia,
s, ...,..... litH, R.i'1-mtnr l.EWJh WlMoaa.
I7ZI, MiiHier mreet, Aaalaunt 1'uaunaatcr, 1'Ull-
ai Ul uli la.
' We have leled tt virtue, iienionally, and
tii.it ii,r i. niH-ntl.. Miliouanesa and
1 drubbing Uradache it u Ui beet uetliuiue tne
woria ever aaw, r nave irrai tun mim
r. uimIici before Flniluout' l.ivei wuutur,
but uoiw of Ibem gave ua more Hum temporary
reiml; but the Regulator nut obly roivved
but cured u.' -.l. iLMar" AHU Jn '-"
uau, Jdavoa. la.
NotlnnE it to UMiieaaaut. notrtiBg to common
aa bad breath, and ia neurly every cjuc it cornea
from the atuiiuu:h, and can be ao eauily turrect
M II you win uav Mmiuonk' Liver ueguuwr,
lo not neglect ao ure a rviiitdy for tula rw
puiaive di.urdrr. It will aluj improve our
Appetite, eoinplrxiou, and inner ai ileal in.
Thia di.UeanloK aOhctloo oocura moct fre
quently. '1 lie disturbance of the atomacb,
ariaing froiu Imperfectly dii;eted contenU,
caue a aevera pain In tlx bead, accompanied
withdinagraeaMe nauaea. and thia corulitutra
arlutt upopniati) known aa Sick Headache, lor
prompt rem f
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain! four medical elements, never
found in the nice luppy pruKirtion in any
other preparation, TU: a aenue CulbarU", a
powerful tonic, . n unexceptirnahia alterative
and a certain Corrective of ail impurities oi
toe body, buchaigmd tucreaa hu attended its
uu t at It is now regarded as Un
EFFECTUAL SPEl UC
.As a Ueiuedy in
MALARIOUS FEVERS, KOEL COM
1'LALNTS, HVRPEI'SIA, MK.STAL IEI'Kfct4-
6EA, SICK HEADACHE. CU'JC, CONSTIP
ATION and III lOCSN ECS
i riut ho rjtJAii.
Armed With ibUA.NTiiUTK, all changes or
ellmale and water and food may be ciced with
out fear. An a lteiucdy Id UALAUK1U8
FKVER3, BOA'EL COMPLAINTS. HKSX
LESSMW.S, JAUNUICK, N AI'bKA,
UAKLrACTUStO OMLT BY
J. li. ZEILEN,
Price fl.OO. Sold by all liruKnOi.
WUOLKSALK AM) RETAIL,
IN THE CITY.
Gooda Sold Vorj Clese.
Corner 19th atreet and Oonunerel Ave
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
J3 XT T OIIEn,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com-
morcial Avennes, adjoining
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oilorlng my entire
For lh Next Thirty Duje
At I intend to quit tht business,
PARTIES IS SEARCH OF BAR
UAIXS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
I W ALDER,
Cor. Oth Street and Ohio Leyee
NO CURE-NO FEE!;
Ial ! Wahlimuo ikMI. Cblrwo. fo. Ihr run
tali Ml B Wkl,..i..n .w-. r-kuJ- ,.TT.k.
vi.ua Ckwjk 4 SUI DUi Kemlaal Wmkaeaa,
mni. 1)1,0. 1. .in.Wl.or tlx Kstocn SrWUnlMin
ilTSi5" ,,K '"e"' ''tw Vrm 8i.ua. LA-
IkVltt ... rnU.ni a nMrKt, c!n hr mpl. tthJi
m cli IM Clwln .flnnoUDt Inltmuiw. by iqw, Coir
wlurtna rn MS intt4..ad, A.1I..U r.ia.1. Plniila .
- Cttce X)u.lltlJ& SxlXdl&ar, Coia Twelfth Btxt tud 'rtMlnftoA
CAIBQi ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, DEpEMBEK 20. 1877.
Hon They Friar l "Xawe the
X. V. Hnd.
' Tliu (ew counresinen and other polltl
oiunn who ri maJn bf re have been diHuuceiuif
to day two rumor whlcb poiut In directly
opposite illroitloiiH. The first rumor as
ncrtx that Mr. Kvarta and Mr. Cooklin are
getting reconciled; that the tecretnry ot
utale aud tbcaenator from New Yoikmuan
berealter to act In accord, and that tbey
have agreed that Ilia secretary of the in
terior and the iioHtmater generul tball be
offered up aa naoriticoaonthe altar of peace.
Tho second ruiuor Merto that Mr. Evar:
will soon rcsUjn hie place in the cabinet,
because beflB'ilnconveni,'tto safrltlfa
bU J,w ttt., $
partineot. Both rumori are probably falee,
but both attract a good deal ol atlentloo
here to-day. , i" .
: Gen. Butler's speech before the Mlddlev
tex club, in Boston, ban also been a topic
Of convenatlon among antt-Uayet Rebubll.
cnn, to whom It ii very acceptable. An
eminent person ot tbU faction who was
here a lew days ago, being asked his opin
ion ol the political future, gave the fol
lowing forecast, which differ) Iron Gen.
Butler's addrest only in that it riore defi
nitely lays out a programme: "The illver
bill will pa," Ue said, ''and will become a
law, but with the reservation that tllver
thall not be used to pay off the bonos or
to pay duties. For ail other purposes it
will become a legal tender lor all amounts."
"Do you nottblnk tl is will toaluiin cap
ital as to cause still greater depression and
prevent new enterprises bciog marted?" he
"Not atull," he replied, ''on the contrary,
it will give us a period of renewed gjod
times. All business will leel the stimulus
of this inflation ard capitalist1) will give
way and go in with the rent. But what I
think of more importance by Ur thun thU
Is that the parage of the diver bill will put
the currency queMion out ol politics. On
that both parties are split up. When it
becomes a law the Republican party will
once more be a solid army, and it will im
mediately turn its attention to the south to
inquire what has become ot .the southern
Republican prty. That inquiry It Will
prosevute to the end. You will see that all
our platforms next (all w.ll talk only of tbe
south, and will demand to know what has
become of the Republican majorities in
those fctutes. They will intist on the use
of every law en the statute books, and ol
every power possessed by tbe federal gov
ernment under the amendments, to re-es-tabush
and to maintain the Republican vo
ters ol the south, where, an In Mississippi
and other states, these voters baye disap
peared. This tv 1 11 a uku P.j .
Intimidation, and where, as in Louisiana
and South Carolina, the Republicans elect
ed their governors, It will be demanded that
tbey shall be reinstated by the federal force
and maintained by the same."
"Do you not believe that other and new
questions will occupy the publie mind?"
No. This question takes precedence
of all others. On it we can arouse tbe
north and solidify tbe Republican party,
aud you will see that this wiil be the issue
in At to the president, heunda him
self In an untenable position. It is a mis
take to think tbat ho can get aloug with
out a psity. lie can not, and be will have
co surrender. The few supporters be now
has among Republicans will be forced to
abandon bint unless be does, and he can
not stand alone, lie is not a ttrong man,
and be wiil find that his civll-servlce-reform
ideas aud his southern policy are impracti
cable and visionary notions, The south is
tho true issue; and when tbe silver bill be
comes a law therewill remain nothing to
divide the Republican party, which will
march solidly Into tbe canvass of 1680,
stronger than ever. The president will
havo to reform his cabinet and bring it in
to harmony with the party. It will not be
long before he sees this. When he does
tbat we shall be a united party, and all
these dissensions will vanish; we shall have
the solid north behind us once more."
This, there ii good reasons to believe, is
at present tho programme of tbe Repub
licans. BAN KK.
City National Bank
W. P, HALL1DAY, President.
HKNUT h. HAJJJDAY, VloePrest
A. K.RArrOHD, Cashier,
WAI rtru HY8L0P. Aas't Cashier.
Btaats Tatub. n it rvuiv,i...
H. L. Hallway, W, P. IUlldat, '
(l, 0. V ILLIAMHOM, STIPIKH lllHD.
A. B, SArroHB,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought ar,d S'd.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
SIGN PAINTERS IWrTISS
States and Province to answer this sdvmliM-
meul. Address, v DAM1KL F. BKAlTV.
Washlnaton, N. J.
ctmTAAT mn immna vnii ...
BLllUUL liliAtil&llOS .uv 1,7,..:.
your salary by devoting a very small portion of i
your leisure time to my latareat. I do not .
pent you to canvass for my celebrated Beatty'a
Piano and Oman unless van n. lit tn , hut ih. .
Sfrvlo I require of you U both Pleasant aad
profitable, a till particulars ftv. Address i
UANlih f. II a, ATT X, Washington, N. J. '
A now anil wonderful Invuntloi for
washing. Washes like magic; bcttci than
osp lor washing anything ; washes li
third or the time; washes in bard oi )ft,
hot or cold water; the only prepaia'ton
ever invNLted that will prevent wtolMie
from shrinking; worth four tinea its price
lor washing woolen alou.
Mrs. Hery Ward Beechtr -
recommends It to all housekeepers, says;
"Tbey will rejoice both lor eronomy'isake
aid tue saftey ol taelr clothing, and fiat it
can no more injure clothing or bands tban
common warm water."
SKABCHY V JOnBHlOp.
21 I'lalt Street. ewJork.
tTJtarclay Bros, will supply trad In
The DlbTereiieo. , -Tho
ordinary Porous Duster, on acootlnt
af its peculiar mechanical action, la esfetm
9i an article ol merit; bit Benson' Caicioe
froui riaster is considnred an K'w 9'LX,
!Tl:!Vmedioinal qoaltttcr i a YnuUtiSj
,-.ure, which cause it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and euro where
other I'orom j'laster will not even relieve
For Uhcuniali.m. Lame an Weak Back. Snlna
nisease, Crirk in tbe Back, Kidney lilseuse,
praina anil iiruiaes, acTere rami aud Hlituha,
. I ui IU. INI;.! CIU.
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capoine Plaster
Ketelvtd the Highest Medal at tbe Centennial
in now tne standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strenxthenlnir J
liiaiuies aitracteu tne attention oi tne cen
tennial Jurror and thousands of physicians
who vl -lted the Centennial, who pronounc
ed it the best remedy ever invented for tha
l'jovo aliments. Sold py all Druggists.
I'rice, 23 cents.
tT Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
By an immense practice, extending thronirb
period of yeura, bavin within that time trotted
many thousand cases of those di-eates peculiar
(o woman. I have been enabled to perfect a
most pmcnt and agrooable mvdicine that meets
tho indications presented by that clnsa of dis
aae. with positive certainty and exactness.
To designate this natural specific compound,
I have named It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, howeTor. is bnt a feeble expreislon
of my lugti appreciation of Its value, baaed upon
Aa 1 lASkA a-tK-
auTver, I have, while witnessing Its poaitire re
aelta in the few special diseases incident to the
evpnrate otganlsm of woman, singled It out as
ne cumax or trowuiui Kent ol nr
niodlcal career. On Us merit, aa a nnuf.
Mvo. aale, and effectual remedy tor this class
of diseases, and ono that will, at all times and
under all circumstances, act kindly and in har
mony with the laws which govern the female
system, I am willing to stake my reputation a a
physician. Kay, even more, so conddani am I
that it will not disappoint the most sanguine
expectations of a single invalid lady who usea it
for any of Hie ailment for which I recommend it,
thnt I offer nnd sell it under A POSITIVE
(JARANTE. If a beneficial effect is not
experienced by the time two-thirds of Uie con
tents of the bottle are used, I will, on return ol
the boitla, two-thirds of the medicine having
been taken according to directions, and the case
being one for which I recommend lt,prompUv
refund tbe money paid for it. Had I not the
most porfect confidence In its virtues, I could not
offer ft as I do under these conditions; trai hav
ing witnessed lis truly miraculous cures In Uiou
aamis of cuscs, I tool warrantee! mni
perfectly aale lu risk I oar both lur
ueriw.IWa mf mouer ou
wiE m1l0WsV'l? ,ri those disowns In
which my Favorite Preacrlptlou has
worked cures, as if by mngii, and wit" a ce
m.. imm uciui, aiuuni
V anv tuadicinfl!
aionioiy rerious, buy,
i, buppreulons when from nn
iTCgufaritiea, Weak Back, Pro
of the Uterus, Aateversion and
iituunu oausea, irrei
inpsus.oT laiung oi lti Uterus, Aateversioa and
Bctroversion. Bearing Downuo,i!Tnror.
nal Heut, errous Dcpreision, DcbUiir. lie.
ponuency, Threatened Miscarriage, Chronic
Congestion, Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Uterus, I m potency, Barrenness, or Sterility, Fe
male Weakness, and very many other chronio
dtsenisca Itwhlent to woman not mentioned hero.
In all affections of this nature, my Favorite
Prescription works cures tbe marvel of
the world. This medicine I do not extol as a
ciu-o-ull, but It admirably fulfills a single
neasj of purpose, being a most perfect
specific in au chronio diseases ot tbeaexnal sys
tem ol woman. It will not disappoint, nor will
It do harm, in any state or condition.
Those who desire further information on
theso subjects can obtain it in Thb People's
Common sense Medical Adviser, a book
of over 900 pages, sent, post-paid, on receipt
of $1.80. It treats minntclT of those diseases,
peculiar to Females, and gives much valuable
aduce in regard to the management of those
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION SOLD
BY ALL, DHtGGlSTS.
R. V, PIERCE, M, n, Prop'r,
BUFFALO, N. T
0. D, WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Ma. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
PKL.ALattentbt givaa taaaiUawaat spa
Orders for Coal by the o-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for sbment
promptly attended to. ;
To large consumers al . all
manufacturers, we are ppared
to supply any quantity, y the
month or year', at . uaiforxrrates.
Offlceonwh.riuoat.foot of Sixth ast.- '
' LOUlo of llalllday Brother, optito St
Charles Hotel. . ' . . .
Kavotian Mill. Twuttath atrant.
Coal Dump, fool of Thlnr-iftith 41, t
foitOfflo drawer sno . , . F
In tk u of hit bnok timply moittta tha gum
and apply tha scrap. Ih iiamediata rc.ult will
mnediately confirm the teatinony of many to- tha
IT IS THE ONLY CONVENIENT
Abated to meet tha wants of
. THE LAWYER.
t mil l.i ajrern rvr-r . m
'f h nm.ii 1'ntnsaiir a -w
and no Home oscomplat without It,
Tha 4 hiltl'N Hrrai-Dook afTords iiutmc-
uun mwi amuaemeni lor ine vnilllrest .
by hhlh ni Mmi
SLOTS, WOODMAN & 00..
Blank Book Manufacturers,
UJ and 121 WILLIAM STREET,
(JSend for deKriptive circnlar.
SWEET NAVY TflEWING
awarded the flhrt premhim at Centennial Expo
utien for hoe chewing qualities, the excellent and
lasting character ofiteaweeteaing and rlavonag If
you want Ihe bet tobacco ever made ask your grocer
lor thla, and see that each plug bean our blue strip
trad, mark with the words Jacftion's best on it.
Sold wholesale by all jobbers Send for sample to
C A JACK-ON i CO, Manufacturer, Petersburg,
$5 ta X20 Pr day at home. Camples worth
7 Z. W tte- n80N A CO., Port
For Particulars Address
urn mm mmi mmi
829 Broakway, New York City,
Chicago, Hi-; New Orleans, La.;
Of San Franoisco, CaL
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Temperance flays, Drawing room I'lavs. Fairvi.
Plays, ihiopian Plays, (juiile Boaks, Bpeakers
Panaomimes, Tableaux Lights, Msgnisium Lights,
Colored Kiie, Burnt Cork, Theatrical Face Prenar-
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Mouiuchea at reduced prices. Costumes, Seenery,
Ctiaradea. New Catalogue suit free, containing
lull description and prices. SAMUKL FUKMCH
& SON', lli Naasaustreet, New ,'ork.
, ., . , v. , a V(U, T UHIUL HIIO
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"WONDER UPON WONDER.
Given Awiy gtrange, myaterious and most
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. i fl . .' "Waining, with numerous pic
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warn, r. ui.LMua a iAf ii v asiungtoB street
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fine mixed 10c. SO extra mixed. Mo.
.State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander Couiiiv. January
term, a. 1.1. ir.p.
Ueorge Weiss vi. fury nolle, Anna fiolte. Idi
nous aua Arnsune none Jim to lor.clei
inortguce in chancery.
Attidavit of the non-resid.nca of Marv Nalta.
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstiiie Nolle, the de-
endants aooCWltiCcT. 'riSViiiii Di.''Tn'eVj "di hi'
iTT:-.. -iT.Jr.ni A-lil. -r.um "At W. ii'fr1
Ollice of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, nnuc it hereby given to the said non
resident defendant, that she complainant filed hi
bill jf complaint in mid Court on tha Chancery
side thereof on the 2Mli day of October, A. 1.
1877, aud that a summons thereupon issued out or
sidd Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. D. 187s, a is by
law required. Now, then-fore, unless you, the said
Hry Nolte, Anna Nolle, Ida Nolte and Amstine
Null, shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Uiiirt of Alexander Couiuy, on th first day
of the next Term thereof, te be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, in said county, oa the
Unit Monday of January, A. V. 1S78, aud pleail,
answi r or domur to tha said complainant's bill at
complaint, the tame, and tke matters ther.ln
charged and alated, will be taken aa confessed, and
a decree entered against you acvording li the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REKVB, Clerk.
Ukoiuii I'HHEa, Complainant's Solicitor,
October , 1877. (Nov. 1. 4w)
I hereby given that, by ylrmeof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander Couuly in tha State
of Illinois, rendered at the November term,
A. D. !t77. I, August Watermeler, sxlministra
tor of the Estate of Frederick Watermeler, de
ceased, will sell at public venous on th 21th
day nf Dec,Iiber, A. 0. 177, al Ihe west door
of the Court House iu thecltyvf Cairo, in said
Couiuy, aud State, at t o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow' dower Interest therein
for the payments of thadebl of said EttaW ot
t'red' rick Wateiineier, deceased, th following
described property, to-wll t
Th south It' or northwest, quarter of north
wast, Quarter lu section Uilrty-tix (;i), town
ship, flfieen (lf) south rang two (li), weal of
1 1 ard principal meridian aitual in said county
of Alexander and State of Illluols.
Terms ol Sale Caen in hand upon approval
or sal and delivery of deed
Administrate of Ue Cslate ol tred Water-
M dtMfMMnU ' "
, jjatU Cairo, llli., K .1st, ii:t. ,
Bv Virtue of two execution tnniedirei'.Kd. by
the clerk of the ( limit Court of Alexander miuu
ly, In th Slats of Illinois, one in favor of Wil-
iuiu ax. Atnenon, anu one m ,avur vt uuu.
Atherton and against A. C. Uodgcs, Sr., deceas
ed. I have levied upon Ihe billowing described
property, to-wit: Lou two ii), four d) and
six (t,l, in block three (l) i !" " (), three (;),
five ( ) and .eve a fl), In block four (1) ; lots two
(2), four (4) and six (t), in block five ; lot. two
(J).four 111. six (ill. eight IS) and ten (10). in
block tin (i) ; lota two I), tour (4), sis (1),
sight (K) and ten (in), in block seven (7) lots
tw.. (i), lour (4), six (i, eight (ft) and ten (H),
in block eight () : lot ten (lo), ia block ihlr-
teen list ; lots nve 131 ana emni t), in mors
fourteen (It) : lots thre (.'), live (.'). feveu (7)
and nine (U), In block fifteen (15) ; lots two Ct),
four (4) and six ('), in block sixteen (1U) ; lots
one (1). three (3). Ave (6) and seven (?) , iu block
seventeen (17) I lots two (2) four (I) and six (6),
in block elirhteen (1H) : lots one (I), three (3).
five l''l, seven 171, in block nineteen (lll)t lots
two (2). four (4) and six ib). in block tw ntv (m i
ouon(IJ,ihree(:i',llf.i'.) and seven 71, in
block IV. em v -one MIY. lota two Vi). four 141 and
six (6), in block twenty-two .-' i lots ona (1),
three (8). live (?) and wren (7). In Uloca twenty,
three; Iota two ), four 1 4 and til ("), in blocs
twentv-four (241. All above described nrouertv
is situated In town of llodga's Park, county of
AlcxanoVr and Htate of Illinois, wliicb I shall
.Tw tor sale al vnh'ic vendue at in
TW for sale at ini ic vendue at tn - mu or
's"I oi ixittsMEi..iiT..,1f Illinois
n tne Wihday f January, ISS, a. o'cloc
'm'. in, ., , n . , . ,, , ,
. "iS;1" IHIuois, 13th ility of December,!
A.D. 17. PEt Kit 8 A UP,
Sheriff of Ale xanderConiityj, lllinott i
Is hereby given to Joshna G. Uall as adminis
trator do bonis non of the estate of Uosea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin ttraiiiard of tbe pendency,
iu the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to toreclose a mort
gage, wherein you, toget. er with Chauncey N.
shinraan, Louisa N. f-hlpnin, Jos oh W,
Drexel and Charles Edward Trscy, aa Receiv
ers of th Cairo and Vlnoennea railroad, and th
Cairo and Vincmne railroad company are de
tendauus, and Charle C. Uolten.aa Receiver of
ol 'the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, i( complainant : and that tile summons
in said cause is returnable on the ilrst day ot the
the January term, A. l. l7s, ot said Court to
lie holden at the Court Uouse, In the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the drat Monday of
said month. Lated Nov. 2rth, 177.
JOHX A. RKK Va, Clerk or said Court.
Sasilsl P. WH1JU.KB, Sulicitor orcomnlalut
Wbkbsa, On the first day of April, Hit!,
Emma Canine and Robert II. Canlno. h.r Ima.
baud, made, executed, acknowitdged, and de
li verel, to Mrs. Lassie Williams, now Mrs.
Caaaie Drills, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three CI), in block No. i wintv-i,i..u ( n In
Opdyk A Myer' addition, to Ihe city ol (.hos
ier, in toe county ot Kandolph and Mate of llli
nois, to secure the payment or four certain nro-
misaory notes executed by laid Robert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, IXTtortwo hundred dollars
each, payable tn three, six, nine and dtteen
nioniua, respectively, irom the date thereof,
with ten per cent, interest from the dotes there
of i which saiil mortgage was duly recorded
April e, 1H7C, the recorder's onlce in said Kan
dolph county, In book No. one (I) of leases.
Ac, on page 2u : and
WuBHiAS, Said mortgage provides among
other things for the sale, by the said mortgagee,
ef said lot and all the right aud equity et re
demption therein of the said grantors, in cas
ot default in the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
Wukrss, Tne time for the payment of the
said notes.and each of them ba long since elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
ot the above mentioned notes tbe turn of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and i)v cents (U14.06.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, ihelitli day of January, Is, at
the door of the court house iu said city or Chester
at the hour ol two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will offer said premises) tor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
Urbaine J. Lonhienne vs. Murv E. Loublenuo.
Bill for Divorce lu Chanuery.
Attidavit of the noo-rtsulenc or Mary E. Lon
hienne, the defendant above named, having
been died in the ollice f the clerk of said
court ot Alexander county, notice Is hereby
given to the said non-resident defeudant,
tbat tbe complainant Hied hi bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side tliureoi
on the 1'ith day ol October, a. D. Ia77, and that a
summons thereupon issued out ol' said court
against said duendauts, returnable an the
ilrst Monday in the month of January, a. n.
lO.asia by luw required. Now. turefore,
unless you, the said Mary K. Louhienne, shall
personally be and appear before the Bald circuit
court ol Alexander county on the Ilrst day ol
the next term thereof, to be holden at the court
house in the city or Cairo, in said couuty on tbe
Ilrst Monday in the month of January, A. D.
lfc.78, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ul
'omplaint, the same and the aiaiters nod tnings
tht-wn set forth, will be taken as con leaned, ami
a dectai. entered against you according to Hie
prayer ol elu bill,
ar n JOHN REEVE, Clerk,
w. HoLkay, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo. ills. Oct. lam a. l. 1H77. w.
State of Illinois, county or Alexander.
Circuity court or Alexanderceuuty, January term,
A. D, 187H,
Hnrv HTiitcampvs. William Eichhoff, Henry
Etchhofl, Kalhi Eichhofl; Charles E chhud and
Uracie EiehhorT, bili to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of TJ
Eichhoff and Jiauii iviainolt, two of th.
defendants above nau.ed, having been tiled in the
office of the clerk ef said ci rcuit court of Alexander
couoty, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
defendants, that the complainant filed his bill ol
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
00 the '.'I si day of November A. U. 1S77, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against aaid defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. D. l7S,aa it by law re
quired. Now, therefore, unless yoll, the said Hen
ry Eichhoffand Katld Eichhoff shall personally b
and appear before th said circuitcourt of Alexan
der couuty on the first day of the next term there
of, to be holden at th court house in the city ol
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of Janu
ary A. O. 17, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complanant'a bid of complaint, th ame, aud
tbe matters and things therein charged and stated,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
agaiostyou according to the prayer of said bill.
John A.uaavK, jiem.
Geo. Kisiisb, Complainant's Solicitor,
Nov. list, A. D.1877.
Y. lTuriSelifBatcr Wine ot Iron
Ha never been known to fail tn tho cure of
weakness, attended wh avmntoins. Indiauosi-
tionto exertton, loss of memory, dlthculty of
ureavning, general weatnesa, oomir oi disease,
weax, nervous tremDiing, areamitl horror of
death, night sweats, cold feet, weakness, dim-
nets of vision, languor, universal lassitude of
tne muscular system, enormou appetite, Willi
drspoptlo system, hot hands, flushing of the
nouy, ajynessoi ine nam, painti conn tenant-,
and eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in ihe back, heaviness of tbe eyelids, Ire
uncut black spots ll v I on before the eyes, with
terassorary suffusion aud loss or sight ; wsnt of
attention, etc. i nese symptoms ail arise from
a weakness, and to remedy that, nse E, P. Hun
ker's Bitter Wine or Iron. It never fails. Thou
sands are now enjoying health who hare used
it. Wet the genuine. Sold only in 1 bottles.
Take only K. '. Kunkel'e.
Ask for Kunkel't Bitter Wine of Iron. This
truly valuable tonic hat "been so thoroughly
teste J bv all classes of the community that it la
now deemed indispensable as a Tonio medicine.
It costs but little, purilles the blood, and gives
tone to the stomach, renovate tbe system aud
I now only ask a trial of this valuahle tonic.
Price SI per bottle. K. T. KD.SHKI,, Sole
Proprietor, No. -m Neath Ninth til., below
Vine, Philadelphia, Pa. Ask for Kunsol's Hit
ter Wine or Iron, and take no otker. A photo
graph or the proprietor on each wrapper, all
others are counterfeit.
He ware of counterivlts. Do not let youi drug
Utll yon any but Kpxksl's, which 1 put up
only as above represented. Yon caa get six
bottles fur to. All I 'k 1 on aliuple trlul.
Tape Worm Removed Alive.
Head and all eoroplete In two hours. No fre
tut otstu psasee. Beat, rin ana ntoniscb Worms
removed hy Dr. Kdmkil, Sol North Ninth St.
Advloe free. No fee until head and all passes
in on, an 1 alive. Dr. Kunkei I tbtoaly suc
cessful physician in this county for th removal
oi Worm, and his YYomt Svacr is pleasant and
Mfirorcblldnn or grown twnon. h.nd fbr
cir.ular or sk lor a bottle ot Ki sgai'i Work
Srsif. I'rice II a bellla. tiel lief vrarr drug
lat, ll never tails.
Ara not adveitirtd at "cure-alls," but ar sptcit?-
us in Hi diseases lor waicn iney at. iw-om- .
Iumti2al0n of natural science have demon-
It rated beyond controversy, that throughout th
aniaial kmgtloni the "survival ot the ailest" ia the
only law mat vouchsafe thrift and perpetuily.
lio.. not the same principle govern Ihn commercial
prosperity nf man! An interior cannot supercede a
superior arncie , nvrrawnoi .uiviwr .,..., .
1'i.ree'a Standard Medicines have outrivaled ail
others. Their sale in tha United Stales alon ex
seeds olio million dollar per annum, while the
amount exported foot up to several hundred thou
sand more . No boiin... could grow to such gig""
tic proportions aud rust Upou any omcr oasis man
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Attentive, or Ulnod-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
I, a Cholagogue, or Liver stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterativ e iiropeities, cures diseases
ol th. lllooaand skin, .-. n 'roiiila, or king t r.vil ;
t: lcen. or O'.d i:,r : llioichei; t unpies;
and tpisiious. y virlue ul u l'ytutUruyer-
ifasn.; Incipi. (CulP AVTT Xnigermg Coughs;
V am ihruait karyngms
reuder itaountiiuicd r
pid Liver, or "Liver t
properties make it equal
its Llixlaigi.c propcuic-
remedy lot Ihiiousiiess: Tor-
Complaint : " aud lis Tonic
properties make tt equally etneactous in curing indi
gestion, saiss or appetite anu Liypcpsia
W Here the skin is tallow and covered with blot
(hriandpliiiples, or where inert arc aciorulotis at
faction, aud swellings, atew buttie of Oolden Med
ical Discovery will eliect an entire cure. It you leel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have tallow color ol akin,
or yellowish brown spots on facc,or Dody, frequent
heaJach. ot disi.ness, bad tasie I mouth, internal
heat r chill, alternate 0 with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular aputtite. ami
tougue coaled, you are suffering Uom lorpid Liver
or "Biliousness.' In many cases of ' Liver com
plaint." only part of tluse symptoms are exper
ienced. As a remedy for aiisuih cases, Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, aa it eflecLs
pcrleet cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No Cure Ik-quircl
whilu Usin tlictu.
The 'Little (slant'' Cathartic, orMULTUM IN
'AliVU MIVSIU. scarcely lamer man miict.ir.1
seeds, aud are sui;ar -coated ihey remove Hie
necessity ol taking uie great, crude, urasuc, sicken
ing pitis, hcretotoro so niuco in use.
As a remedy for Headache, Dittinesa, Rush of
Blaod to th. Head, Tightness about the Uust, Had
Taste in the Mouth, Eructations Irom tha Btoiuadi,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice, Pain in the Kidneys,
llighly-toloied Unue, and internal iever, Ur.
Pierce's Pleasant furgative I'ellcts are uusurased.
Purtharmore, 1 wou.d say that their action is uni
versal, not gland escaping their sensitive impress.
Age doe not impair Uie properties of these feliets.
T hey are sugar-coated and inclosed in glass bottles,
their virtues thereby being preserved unimpairtu
lor any length of lime, so tnai they are always iresh
and reliable. This is not tue case wiih those pills
which are put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daiiy ue of two Pellets has cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrotals, letter, Sali-thcuui,
Erysipelas, Rous, blotches, Pimples, Sore hyt,
and Eri'puons. They are, however, recommcded
to be takn in connctuoa with the GoKien McdiiMi
liscovry, in order to secure ihe best resuiu.
" J-X" XAox54U',fci
The remedial management of thoso diseases
peculi'.r to women has afforded a large expeti
ence at the World's Dispensary, of whicn Ur
Pierce is thechict' consulting physician, in adapt
ing remedies for their cute. ,,r. Pierce's rav
el lie Prescription is the result of this extended
experience, and has become Ju-tly o lebrattil lor
lis many niui rouiarkablrcuivs of all those chnm
iu disease a i,d
??Jite.rre,Crip"on Powetful Restorative
surpasse.1 efficacy, and, while . q,et ncrvuus
imtailnn, , It strensthcus the euf.ebhd n.rvoua
aystem, iherehy restoring it to healthful vigor.
The following disease aieamong those In which
the rayorite Preacription has worked magio
.:"""'' unites,' r.xos-
a ill In I M-nTni..tl.. i-. i
..uppreasrons, Weak Uack, Prolapsus, or falling
or the Cterus. Anieveiap n, Hetroveision, Rear
ing down sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulcen.tiou.ei the Cicrus, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
ponr unov, aud very many other chronic liist-ascs
peculiar to women, but nut mentioned here
Th following Utiles are a few or the runny
thousands who can testily i0 the eOlciicy of Dr.
Pierce' I-avoritc 1're.cnption. from cxptrienco
Mrs Cornelia Allison. Peosta. Inw 'rs Th(w
,.i '. .ii. Xlll.WICI
r.. . , i TV' ' '"''' Allison, Proctor,
Iowai Mm J N Vernon, St. Thorns, Out; Mrs
S C alo.an, Did North Howard stieet, lUlli.nore
erences ean b given at the World's Dinpwisarv.'
Dr. R. V Piaara is tho solo proprietor ami -maniifaoturer
yf the foregoing rimed i all o
which ara so d bv dincrm. 9 u. i. 1 ,'..""
villi,, mis lcror 1'lltnum N,,.,u txru..
Pa; ins.M.irv A ll,,ni, t.'.i." .'".' .'"
A Krlshie, i.ehltm,,, P,,, Ai'.; 'D k'. ,
jotlie, Ohio; Mrs Harriot K ai.i.... v.
Inglleld, Pa; Mis 11 llutt. i:,i,.i.' i.-- ' .
, , j .......H.., ,,aincsviiie, unto, airs
Naucv McMaught, JtilVrson. Iowa; Mrs L I.
Stemrod, rricntkhip, N Jir Elltn cZw
W''W5". g Vt MifAnihony Amaim, Veroiia',
IP 11 W ebb, tt ate rtown. N V . ihm,....i. J,- J ,"
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