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ii press arrive at Cairo dally 4 :00. in.
accommodation leave Cairo daily.. 3:00a.m.
: accomodation arrives daily IttH
Hundavl 11 m
'47 Miles the Shortest to
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34 Miles tho Shortest to
OVER TU.V1X hy
ILL OTHER ROADS
dug Same Connections,
ken tv other route to make
.cUoDi must ride ail niafht wait-
froxD una to o ia uuuh in
email country Btatlone tor
.trains ofcouuoctmif roaaa.
jer that fact and tako our
m. Trum,. reaching
I arrive at Cairo, a lollows
., : J:'.o a. la
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and checks to all imiiortant
H. L. MORRILL,
Aii't. (Ant ral Kup
,L. P.. t UCltCll.
VINCENNES R. R.
Is tho. Shnrtnct Rnnta .
& ST. LOUIS R. R
tTEST SHORT LINE
I'liK trains ')! this company connect it8t
L 1 . dH Last M. Louis, with all ther
-tii title rlh, l.eiaat niil Wesri.
L....TC l-:ai St. I. uii - :l ia.m
.r at Cairo... :VU',m-
W II. M ACFARLAND,
Ticket un.I Freight Agent, Cairo.
I A. Hf.M'i mmcr-il Passenger Agent.
J. ALELL, Agent lit Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
Mill CI 1 I
THE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Willi direct Connection (or
PHILADELPHIA. HSIV Ml BOSTON-
.Travelers ..'lrinK a
il'EEUY, l'LKASANT and, C0MK0UT
Should remember thattbo
BALTIMORE t& OHIO RAILROAD
U celebrated lor IU
loitnt Coaches, Splondid Ilolcls, Grand
and UcuutlHil noumatn r.nu v aitey
Hccneiy, and the many polntH
HihUirie:il lutcrent Along
.ao&iFar will ALWATTSba ai LOW
RlP'aC ai by any hr tine.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
wrrnouT change .
Western and Eastern' Cities
Kir throuicU tlckots, bat,vage cltcclt".
movement ot trams, sleeplnt? ear acc.om
noilatlons, etc., etc., apply at ticket olliucii
tt alt principal points.
SOttTH, SOUTH, EAST ot WEST
' . P. Uarry,
L. M. Cole
lien. Ticket art'
Taos. K. Hbarp,
Master Of Trtnap
ASK tna recTercl
auiferer, yictlinl 01
ieyer and ague, tht
ticnt, how tliey reco
ereil health, chccrtul
plrlti, anil good ap
letU tl.ey wUl tel
you by uikiiig fcii-
mon' Liver jvh-
' lator. ,
THE CUKAI'KSr, AND Bfcbl- KAMLV MbD
: RISE IX THE WOIU P.
For UYsl'El'SIA. t;ONrtTirATIliN..)uu.licc,
llloiwattuclc., SICK IIEAUAUlE.CuUc. IJe
reinorhpiril,i., bOL K b'lOM.VAjll, Hear!
Hit' n, tii1,., etc.
Hit unrlvallwl Houlhem ItepiMir II TTr
raotwl not to contain a rartiiTe 01 Jkrcury,
or any iujuriotia iutsluiico, but U
anallVflrtliroviaeuUail:ea in coiuitriei)
wliercUverDlaw'eipn.T'il. It will ran all
nlur um,i hy Ucranji'Tueut Ui l:ver
i nt i.iu.. v.i..i.'ii.i .nu 0 it-
ler or bad taste ill the niouliij I'alu in tlm l)c.
lea or Joints, otlun mtntalten tor ri eum-
limuiii.Hir etomaeli, lorn ot aplietne, uoweia
aiteruuteiy coative and j '';
ineiiijry, wita a uinnjl sensation ot luuux
failed to do aometbiPK whiiiii ouKiit to have ;
Uiend Jlie. ilehllity, low apirna, a ui"
low apiearanca ol the akin uml eto, a dry
eoiifCh often mtstuktn for conaiiinptlon.
Suine.lluea nianyol' tliene i-yiiiptoinn attenil
the dmeaAe, at olliem very lew, but the liver, the
Urgent orKan in the body, w Ketierally the
of loeae and It not reKiilaled in time. Xieat
nutferlDKi wreti:helntBf and 1EA1 U wt.l en
1 can recommend " enicarlotia nunaly for
diaeaaeaot the Liver, 11,-artliuni ami lyiepiia,
imiiion' l.iver iteireiaior. Miwia n rMuaa.
17 Ma-ier ntnel, AaiicUnt I'uttiuaatcr, I'lill
wieltihla. We have twted its virtue!, tiemonally, and
now tlml lor Uheiii, iiiiioiibiieea ain.
I hroliljinir IJeadai he it t the lt niwticiuo me
world ever nar. We have tried lorty o:ier
ruiiwiin belore, fliuii,onJ' l.iver Wwlalor,
hut none ol tin ui tt tin more than temporary
reiiel; hut the Keirula'or not iy reiii v xi
hut ruled ua ' -Ev. lakauaaiu AJ0 .tiweis-
i.an, Maron. da.
Nothiiii! in eo unnlewant, nothinx to coiumon
as bal hrtuth, and w Drarly every cae It uuuea
lroin the Moniae.li, ami can be ao eaaily eorrect
e.l if you will tuk Miuiuona' Liver lteuulator,
lo not Deflect eo cure a remeiiy lor tuia re
puli ive di.order. It will alaj improve vour
Ai'j'tine, coIliiie.ion, anu utnerai iieaiui.
Tlii dittreatlnir alllictlon o":ura tnoi-t fre-
liieully. I lie Uiaturlnuiee ot tne sioinacn,
insinic from iiiiiiencctly diiiented coiitenu,,
eiliiMM) a M-vere pain in th i head, au.ouipuuu'd
Willi aiiutrreeuNe nuihi-a, ami una coruiiiuien
what in poMi!.uiy knowniui enk lluMlncbc. ror
prumpt reiii I j
AKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contaimt four tnelical elemenu, never
found in the asaiiie happy proportion in any
other preparation, viz: a itentie Catharti1'. a
powerful tonic, n uneceptiri,alil alleraiive
iflU a eeriaiu orreeutv ui an iiiipuriiiej, t,i
he IhxW. Mucliaignal aucceaa hta ailendeil iua
uu t at It la now regarded aa tin
LFFKC1UAL SPEt irC
.Ail a Itemed) in
MI.AU10VS FEVKIW. HOAKL COM
l'LALTs, llVSr-El'elA, MKM'AL UEI'Hp.
ICN.KE-lLhtNKt,.1. JAlMiKE. AL-
i t has u tyc O.L..
AniiailwithlhlaANTinuTE.au cliaiizes of
elimate and water and food may lie faced with
out leur. Asa Itemtdy In JIALAItli ICS
fcYE IS. liO VtL CU.iii-i.al is. nr.si-
LESsNEsS, JAL'MJlCE, .AC-K.A,
Naai'rALtl.ntD oni.r r
J. II ZtlLEX,
I'rice Jl."0. Sold Iit nil liruituCt".
WHOLESALE AND UETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th atreet and Commerci Ave.
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
BUT OIIB TL,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
mvi bs, adjoining
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oQcriny my entire
lor Ilia Next Thirty Iny
As I td old to quit the bunness,
1'AKHES IN tiKAKCH OK UAU-
UilN3 SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
i GIVE MK A CALL.
I. W ALDER,
Cor. Oth Street and Ohio Leycc
tall ISt FaIWhIiIiiu'ii .Iriwt, Clil'-wn. fur Hi. eun of all
I rixu, Chronl and Sptelal 1)Im.m, Memlnat WeakaeMs
Nervoua llnllltj. and Lot Manhuod, iHinaaruily
runt. Or. O. II a imluaw of Iba Itf m Krlnwl. ainl om rul
W-friirvi bw lit laiaail prarlU In Ilia I'alM alalia. LA
tlkamialriiiliMOiiiiii w"h hmua aal bwanl, a I
K,v rnamilmji fwpilliM.. tWnd Ptlv Croa '"jJJA'
PlT.Tfa .,! tnllmian -iiaKlnvt.'fiiMfwrl.iiiU of Ruli.
barllunU aaii l.'lAilai oflinlanlliifMmIWB bv .imiji. Coo-
allall fm ladrWiMaollal. Hallabla naiaa niu,.
1 - .
Oflic. BtaOlotlA 33v&lldl.tf, Comai Ttv1JUi. Stxt a.n.4.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY-1. 1878.
" KOW TO USE STIMULANTS. . "
A HrltlNli VliyalrUn HUB Forth tUo
Poalllou Taihrn by tlie fitrulty.
Tlio UritlKh Medical Journal of Novein-.
Ir 10 contains a paper "On the Medical
Injunction ot Stiinulantii In lHseasc and
Healtli," liy Dr. Dycc Duckworth, F. It.
C. l, whoso ennm nco aa a pbynician
vill comtnt'tia ItLs word to the tai ulty
wlillo the clear common wnsc of his
Inferences will be fouu'l a luifflclent re
comtnendution ol'tliem to the ludy read
en of the World. Dr. Duckworth agrees
. .1 i ,,, L' i t,.
ui reiiro.iun uji. i.uii
iu notorious drtinkennegH i utterly
grievous. The (jucdioii, ho :tys, Is one
tor rh .cfaigy and iho doc Drn. ,-wfceir
tlio doctors ugrue and can lay down
irinciiies 10 gimiu mu i .
professions will be able to lay an Irrc
giotible cac belore parliullleut. It .8 dts-
creditable to tlio profession, lie thinks,
i hat they should be divided, not In opin-.
ion, but about tacts. There is no middle
'.our-; siiinulatiti are all riylit if rightly
used, or all wrong It u.-ed at all or in any
decree. Ir. Duckworth then gives
what lie Itoids and iecs to be the true and
legitimate positionof thoughtful medical
men In n-.-pect to the use of stimulants
in (llM;a-e. lie groups tho diseases In
wltoe treatment alcohol is and is not ot
uso, and concludes that tin-re Is no routine
in the matter of employing stimulants.
"Wo put alcohol, when its congener'',
into our therapeutic armcnturiuui; it is to
hand when wanted, ju-t as are quinine,
c ilutnt-1, the lancet or the cupplng-glas.
We cannot do without it or with any of
these things, but we employ them or not,
m our bedsido knowledge indicates."
;,llut is alcohol or wine food? Some
physiologists tell us not. I do not be
lieve them. 1 am fully satMled of the
nutrient power ot wine and alcohol alone,
under tome condition, or more especial
ly in conjunction with other pabula."
Slluiulaiits,Dr..Diick worth continues, are
not nccestary to healthy and well-ted
people, leading what may be called nor
tnul live?. To thetn they are a lttxuiy,
not necessarily pernicious. Uut how
many people persistently lead normal
lives? He is not prepared to say that a
little good beer is not a very valuable ad
dition to tiie olten scant fare and coarse
tood ot working people, or that it may
not fairly be taken to counteract, as It
will, th'.1 many sources of depression to
which such people are inevitably expos
ed in Great Britain, II they cannot get
mood beer, then the legislature is in (attlt,
.'n.'uuui men may iuuij m, ,uo ,
robust, well-fed and well-housed to give
up stimulants 11 they fully maintain their
Ileal ill without them. Total abstainers
are generally large eaters, and the tilti
nnte tcxtural effects ot excess in eating
or drinking, if any, may not be very dis
similar, '-I think it is proved,' says Dr.
Duckworth, ''that the addition of a little
alcoholic food to a meal secures a more
moderate ingestion of solids, and where
it agrees, which it doe? not always, pro
motes of more satisfactory digestions of
them. Hot a large number ot persons
suffering eliielly lrom dyspepsia or in
somnia arc better without stimulants of
any kind." A "daily allowance" ol al
cohol is manifestly wrong; more to-day
and less to-morrow may be needed or in
stinctively called for. "I he rational in
dividual must honestly and consclentis
ously find out for bitasell what the special
needs ot his system are; and where a
right-minded Christian individual is in
earnest in such a matter, atid has a pro
per control over his appetite, be i3 not
likely to go far wrong iu the matter ot
Medical men should ur-c tcelotuli-m up
on the nervous classes of drunkards, per
sons who arc careless and sell-indulgent,
or who by tbeir lives or callings are much
in the way of drink. Stimulants should be
alwa;s at meal times, and only then, ''I
am contident," Dr. Duckworth says, '-that
aa a body our profusion is unanimous iu
condemning the modern American hubitof
taking odd clause ol stimulants at all hours,
i.nd laments the grievous multiplication of
tli e means of gratifying this mischievous
custom, for truly the conduct ot masses of
young business men in our cities and large
towns in this respect is becoming disgrace-
lul, and the practice Is fast gaining in other
circles and communities. Our country-
uiuu oi luese emfaca uave no excuse lor
this, for they arc well fed and have liquors
with their meals in addition to their
hourly drams, while Americans, who are
notoriously the worst dietitians in the civ
ilized world, are water-drinkers at meal
times." No serious results, in Dr. Duckworth's
opinion, follow the sudden cutting off of
stimulants from bard drinkers or daliriutn
tremens patients. As to teetotal socictiex,
1 believe that a mission against the
drinking habits ol all classes and commit'
nities, conducted upon principles of total
abstinence, is a hopeless one U embark up
on. It is simply to light the air, - Ltltle can,
in the nature ol tblnirs, come of it. A cru-
siitie conducted on principles ot
tnio moderation and lobrluty, is a very
difloreut matter. I liatly reltise to
believe that tlio broad stream ol common
sense and Iciritlntate freedom in this, or a
other like matter, has flowed lor centuries
in a wrong channel, and that we alone in
our day a are called upon not oniy to ui
vert, but to dam It no lor all luture time.'
Dr. Duckworth., however, does not de
cry but applause"tbe noble example of total
abstention from strong drink, sot by tho
clergy and"otneis tu conspicuous poi
tloun." "We, as a body," be says, ''are at all
events unable to resist tha evidence they
bear to the effect that tbeir principles
tlooe In many cases enable tbem to reclaim
drunkards and achieve results that would
otberwise be Impossible,"
Cai telle Lraik
II lms- U II 1 1 i-i- a 11-
i I Xe
Dow and wondertul Invtution for
Waahlm' " Wavbes like miifelc t better than
' soap for washing anything; wasbe in one-
third or tun inner, waxues in Darn or aott,
hot or cold water; the only preparation
ever inverted that will prevent woolens
lrom ahrlnk'ng; worth four tlmu9,Jts price
lor washing woolens alone. (;
Mrs. Hiry Ward Beecher
recommends It to all houeekerpeni, says:
'(Tbiy will rcjolee both for crop omy 'stake
ii tbe saftcy ol Uclr clothing, and that it
can no more injure clothing or nands than
common warm water,"
SGAHl'KY at JOn.VSOV,
U.riattdtreet, New York.
tSTllarolay Dros. will supply trade in
. The DlrXereure.J
The ordinary Porout Plaster, on account
af its peculiar mechanical aetloi.U esteem
ad an article of merit; but iicnsr.n's Cupclrte
f irons 1'liiBter la consldoroi' u article of
extraordinary merit. It La the same
OMchaRtonr ctl and, i vulditCn, poa
.H-f. uje.oii.inul 'nialltics ot rCiuarkaiU
nature, which eiusea it to act at once,
redeye pain immediately, and cure where
Dther Porous Plasters will not even relieve
For itheuroatiim, Lame an Week llick, Spina
Diaease, Crirk in the Hack, Kidney Diaetuw,
Sprains and llruiaea, Severe 1'klni ana tStttchei,
Weokneaa of the Buck, eic
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Iteeived the lliKhestMedul at the Centennial.
It Is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strcngtbenini.'
:iua!itles attracted tbe attention oi tbe Cen
tennial Jurrors and thousands of pbyslciuns
who visited tbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe heBt remedy ever invented for the
i 'jove aliments. Sold py all Druggists.
Price, 25 cents.
riT Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
Tiy nn Immense practice, extending throneh n
period of yean, having within that lime tre.iied
many thousand ca.-os of thO'.o di-cusea peculiar
to woman. I have been enabled to perfect a
mot poient and airreeahte muilielnn tlml rm.ef
the Indications presented hv that claxa of dia-
cuaca with Kitin certainty and exacincaa.
To dcsiimnte tbit natural specific compound,
I have named it
Dr.Pisrce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however. Is but & feeble Mnressdon
of my lujrri appreciation of its value, bn-cd upon
iriy owi pernouai oifnervnuon. as a Close 0D
server, I have, while witnessing its positive ro
suits in tbe few spcciul diseases incident to the
separate onanism of woman, singled it out as
the ellmax or crowning aem of my
medical eareer. un iis uierits, as a poet
live, sale, and cflictnal remedy for this cla9
of diseases, and oao tliat will, at all times and
under all circumstance, act kindly and in har
mony with the laws which govern the female
system, I am willing to stake my reputation as a
pn ?i-iuu. nay, even n,oie, so connaeni am 1
that it will not disappoint the mot sancuine
oxpcciatiousof a Jingle invalid lady who uea it
ior Buyoi iiieaiimenia lor wmcn 1 reenmmena it.'
that I offer end -ell tt under A POSIT! VE
(il'ARAM'CE. If a beneficial eilecl 13 not
experienced by the time two-thirds of the con
tents 01 tlio oottie nre u-C'l, 1 will, on return 01
the hottlo, two-thirds of the medicine having
lieen taken according to directions, and the case
neinpr one for which I recommend It, promptly
refund the money paid for iu Had 1 not tho
nioit perfect confidence In its virtues, I could not
oiler ft as 1 do under these conditions: but hav
ing witnessed. 'ts truly mlraciilwus cures in thoti
perlertly safe rii'rU'LYiiK boili "ii'if
lrputuilon and niy uiouey oa lw
The followlniT are amonir those diseases In
which my favorite PreKcrlptlou has
worked cures a if bv magic, and with a cer
tninty never before attained by any medicine:
Leucnrrhiva, txccsslvo Vlowiiifr, Palnliil
Slonthly ferloils, Siippreislons when from un
lmtiir.d cnues, Irregularities, Weak Back, I'ro
liipsus, or falling of tho t'terus, Antcversion and
Betmversinn, Hearing Down Sensations, Inter-
pnndvncv, Threatened Miaejirringe, Clitnnlo
C'nnerti'on, Inflammvtion and Ulceration of the
L'leriH. Ir..potency,Barrennes,or.Stci'iliir, Fe
mine Weakness, rind very many other chronic
diseases incident to woman not mentioned licit!.
In n:l nlleclions of this nature, rnv Favorite
I'rc.-oriimon works eurcs tlio marvel of
the ivvrld. This medicine 1 do not extol n a
cuic-iill, but it admirably fulfills a s.lngle.
iiena of purpOHC, being a mosl peiteet
eper.ulc in all chronic diseases of the sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint, nor wiU
It do harm, in any state or conditiuu.
Those who delro further information on
ibe-c subjects can obtain it In The People's
Common sense Mkdical Adviser, a book
of over MU pages, sent, post-piid, 00 receipt
of $1.90. It treats mliuilelv ol those dlseiisea
peculiar to ieinales, and five- much valuahlo
advice in regard to the management of tliosa
i avoritp pitrsraiiTiov sold
BV ALL, DltlUlilSTS.
R, V, PIERCE. M. LWr,
J) 111, All)
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Ho. IS OHIO LEVEE.
iiivn t miil 1 'e i'l U
Orders for Coal by the car-load j
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office on whan noat loot of Buth fltrwt.
entice 01 liallfday mothers, opposite
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth atraet.
Cuai Dump, foot of 'lhirty-eignth street.
foil Office drawer 3uo
In the uaa of thia hook nmnly mo'itcn tha gum '
and apply tha aerap, ha immediate re.ull will
immediately confirm tlie testimony ol many to I he
TT TH TTTTs! nwi v rrvroTfi?wTTewrrn 1
Adapted to meet the wants of
THE CLERGY, .
TIIE JIERCII ANT,
, THE SPECULATOR,
and no Home o complete without ll.
The lnlil'aa Ncrap-nnok affurds iriuruc
lion and amusement for the Children.
SLOTE, WOODMAN 4t CO..
lilank Hook Jlanufacturen,
113 and 121 WILLIAM 8'irtKET,
IScnd fordeacripiive circular.
was awarded hc ffrst premium at Centennial Expo
sition lor line chewing Qtial tios. the ecelent and
lasting character of its iwectesing am) flavoring It'
yuu want the bct tobacco ever mulc ask your grocer
for this, and see that e.tch plug bear uur blue strip
trade in .irk with the words Jackson'i best on it.
SoM wholesale by all jobber Stnd for sample to
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Shite of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court uf Alexander County, JauUary
Term, A. V. K8.
lieorite Weiss va. Jlary .oite, Anna none, iua
oite ana Ainstine oue 'mu 10 nnaviwsc
nwrtguge in chancery.
Affidavit of the non residence of Mary None,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Arnstine Nolle, the de-
Oe'ofthetrif oYVald fctHuft feiV't ol"'Xf'en".
der County, noiice ia hereby given to the laid non
reaident defendants, thai the complainant filed his
bill if complaint Iu said Court on Hi Chancery
title thereof un the iuh day of October, A. 1).
11477, aud that a aumiU'-'tu thereupon issued out of
a.dd Court against aaid defeudanta, re.urnablepn
the first Monday of January, A. 1) I87S, as ia by
lawjeipdred. Now, therefore, unlcsi you, the said
Mary Nolle, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnatine
Null, shall personally be anil appeal before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander Coutiiy, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, 10 be holden at the Court
house in the city 01 Cairo, iu said county, un the
first Monday of January', A. 1. ls7S, ai.d plead,
answ, ror demur to the said complainant's bill ol
complaint, the same, and the matter therein
charged and auted, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of .said bill. ....... . .
1 ' JOI1S A. UEF.VK. Clerk.
GKonr.t I'lmsta, Complainant's Sr.licitor,
October l'1, ln.'i. tSov. 1. 4)
i he.'eby given that, by vlr'tieor a decree of the
1 'mmlytoiirl of Alexander County in the State
of llliiioia, rendered at the November term,
A. Ii. IH77. I, August Watcrmeler, tdmlniatra
torofilieKalau! of Frederick Watcrtiieier, de.
cenntd, will sell at public von 110 011 the 2llh
day of December, A. 0. IS77, at tno west door
of the Court llousetu the city of ( uiio. in suid
County, and Miaic, at 2 o'clock p. in. ol said
subject to the widow 'a dower Intereal therein
for the payment of ibodehu of a.ud l.Uate ol
r rvd rie.k Watt'iiueler, deeeascd, the following
described properly, to-wit 1
Thesottm .'a of northwest, ipiarter of north'
wost, ipiaiter 111 nectioti tbirty-alx (dd), town-
hln, tllieim (I'd south runga two (i). weat of
t ie fid principal meridian situate In tald county
of Ale.xundor and Nuitouf Illinois.
Term nl Kila-C'ush in hand upon approval
of sale aud delivery of deed
Administrator of the Kstaut ot Fred Water
Dated Cairo, Ills. , X"v list, II7T.
By irttie of twoeaecntlnna tome directed, by
tbe clerk of die Cln ail Court of Alexander coun
ty, in the huie of Illinois, one In favor of Wil
liam SI. Athenon, and one In favor of Jada
Atberloo and against A, C. Hodges. r deor ag
ed. 1 have levied UfKin the lollowiiig deacribcd
property, to-wn: Lota two (i), lour (I) and
aia ('), in block three (1) ; lota oua (I), three ( I),
live i) and (event1;), In block four (I) t Iota two
(.'), four ( I) and all ('.) , in block 0v (') ; lou two
l-j, "our t-ij , ai.x toj, eigm ) ana teu till), in
block l (;) ; lata two !), lour (4). ah U),
ciglit (-) and ten (In), In block seven (7) ; iota
tw UY, lour (t),alv (, eight (a) and ten (1"'),
lnbl ck eight () ; lot ten (I"), la block thir
teen (Ui : iota live (.',) and eight (), in block
lourteaa (H); lou three (), tlva (:,), even (V)
and ulna (111, In block Bftcen (I ") ; Iota two ('.!),
four () and ais (' ). in block sixteen (li) : lou
one (I), three ( t), live ('.) and seven ('), in liioet
(cwnteen (li) lot, two (J) font (I) amlaix ((I),
in block eighteen (is) ; Ima one (1), three (:t).
live aeven TJ, in block nineteen tltti; lots
two !), (bur (1) and six tM, In block iwmty r.Mii
lota one (1J, ihrit:li, live (.)i and seven (71, in
block twenty-one ll). lata two (21, four 1) and
mix I'H. ia black twenty-two .'.'); Iota one 111,
three 1 31, An v6) and leven ,l7'in bloc.K twenty
three; hits two (Jl, four 1 1 and aia ' 1. in bioca
twen y-t'our (J4). All above described property
is situated in town of llodfe'a 1'ark, county of
Aleaander and State of Illinois, which I shall
oiler for aale at ,,ui lie Vendue at the front or
weaiOoorof th caurt linuae, in the city of
,-,,uit,7 ui icxaimei ami -tute or iiiiuoia,
on the 2"thday nl January, Is, at II o'cloca
listed C.iiro , Illinois, i:nh davnf liecember,
A. I). 1M77. PKl'KK NAl'p.
Sheriff of Alexander County, llllnoli.
Is hereby given to Joshua 0. Hall aa ndmins
trteiur de lain 14 non of the estate ot 11 aeu 1 Lttk,
deceased, and Edwin nruluarit of the tendency,
in the Circuit Onirt of Alexander count), Illi
nois, of a bid in chili cry to torei'lime a Illort
gage, wherein you, tnget crwrh C hauncey N.
.'hiiiiiiuu, Louina N. Miipman Jus i h W.
Drexel and Charles Edward Tracy, us Receiv
ers of th Cairo and Vinueu,,es railroad, and the
Cairo and Vine Hint h rutlroa I company ru de-ti-ndania,
and Charlea C. lLilten, as Receiver of
ol "the Mutual Lifa Insurance (Jompanv" of
Chicago, is complainant : and thai the summons
in sai I cjiiise is returnable on the first day 01 the
the January term, A. D. Is7s, ol said Court to
lie holden at the Court House, in the city of
Cairo, in suid county, on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov, J'th, 1877.
JOHN A. KKEVW, Clerk of said Court
Saui iL I'. Wiixxlkii, Solicitor of complaint.
Wiiekkai, On the rlrat day of April, l7il,
Emma Canine and Itobert II. Canine, h. r tiua
bund, made, cxecutetl, acknowitdged, and de
ltverel, 10 Mrs. C'asaie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassie Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three CD, in lilock No. iwi'iity-ni..e (i) in
Olxlyke A Myer's audition, to Hie ciiy ol 1 hea
ter, 111 tbe county of Itundolphand Male of 11 ii
nois, to secure the payment of four oertul i pro
missory notes executed by said Ituhertll. Can
ine, dated April 1 laTtl.loriwohundretl dollars
each, payable iu three, six, nuie and tlitten
months, resiiectively , from the dutes th. rent,
with ten percent. Interest from the doics there
of; which said murl gage was i.uly recorded
April ti, l-7ii, the reec rder's ollice 111 suid Ran
dolph county, in book No. one (I) ol leases,
on page 11 : and
WiiKHitas, Maid mortgage pi'ovl 'es nmong
other things for the sale hv the said inortgag",
ol sunt lot and ail the rigut and iquity ot re
demption therein ol'lhe said gtuni'ii's, incase
ol drl'sult in the ,aytueiit oi the said notes or
any part thereof: and
tv ii-Ha is, ine lime fir the payment of the
said nolcs, and each of ibem has long since elaps
ed, aud there now rem hub ttuu on die last three
otthe above mentioned uotev the tumof six hun
dred and foui ttin dollars and live cents p'dl.oi.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given tha',
nn Thursday, the I. Ill day of Jiiuuitry, lH, at
the Door of the court house in said city of Chester
at the hour 01 two o'clock p.m. of suid day, the
undersigned will oiler auid premises tor sale to
1 lie highest tiiilder for cash iu hand and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sulllcieni devil therefor,
Formerly t'assie Williams
a,,, mis,,' n nutu .....
Suite of Illinois, County of Alexander
Circuit court ol Alexander county, Jjiiiihi')'
L rbaiueJ. I.onhlenne vs. Marv E. Lonhlennu.
Hill for Divorce In cbanwry.
Allidavit ol' tin- iiun-n science of Mury E. Lon
hleniie, tlie deteimunt ubove named, having
been llleilin the olhce , f the clerk of sid
court ol Alexander county, notice is hereliy
given to the suid nun-resident, defendant,
Hist tho complainant illisl his bill of com
plaint in said court uu the chancery aide Ihercol
on Uie loth day of October, a. u. I"77, and that a
summons lberetion issued out of sai 1 curl
against said ddendunts, retiirnalilu 011 the
first Monday In the month of January, a. u.
l7s, is by law required. Now. torelore,
unless you, the suid Mury E. I.onhlenne, shall
pe tonally be and appear belore the said circuit
court of Alexander county on tlie first day of
the next term thereof, to he holden at the court
bouse iu the city of Cairo, in said county 011 the
llrst Monday In the month of January, A. D.
Is7tt, and plead, answer or demut to said bill id
complaint, the same and the minors und tnings
thereiu aet forth, will be taken as con tensed, and
a deer 'e entered against you according to tlie
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. KEEVE, Clerk.
W. C- Mt'LKKY, Complainant's Soltcitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. loth A. D. Ie77. iiw.
State of Illlnola, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January term,
A. D. 17S.
ltcnrv Wbitcainpvs, William Eichhoft, Henry
EicldiolT, liattii fcichhoff, Charles Eichhofl and
Oracic tieliliotf, bill to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Affidavit ol the non-residence of Henry
EichbofT and Kathi Eichhoif, two of the
defendants above named, having been hied in uie
office of tlie c erk afsaid circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
dclendanta, thut the complainant tiled Ins hill of
complaint in said court on tlie chancery side thereof
ontnea'Stdayof ,oveOiber A. D. 177, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable on the tiist
Monday of January, A. D. 1KTS, a is by law re
ipiind. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry F.ichhulfand Kathi Eiciikoif shall K-rsonally be
and appear before the saiil circuitcourl of Alexan
der couuty ou ihe fin-t day of the next term there
of, to be Loidcn at the court house in the city of
Cairo.iti said couuty, on the first Monday of Janu
ary A. D. Ml), aud plead, answer or demur to the
said complananl's hill of complaint, tbe aine, and
the wallers and things thereiu charged and staled,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
ngaiustyou according to the prayer of said bill.
John A. Kkkvk, Clerk.
fiKO. Fisitxu, Complainant's .'solicitor,
Nov. vllst, A. D. IH77.
E. P. Kunkel'B Bitter Wine of Iron
ll, nn., hiM.it kl,nwu ft.ll km o'
weuaueaa, .iteioicu won .u,itiiu,, uni.,.,
tion to exertton, loan of memory, dillieultv of
uieaiuiua, a nerat weasueos, uuiioi . mrw,.-,
weak, nervous trembling, druadlltl horror of
death niaht aweala, cold feet, weaaueai, dim
ness of vision, languor, universal lassitude of
the muscular system, cnotmoua appitite, w ith
dyspeptiu ayauni, hot hands, flushing of tlie
body, diynessof theekln, pallid coiiuluuauc
and eruptions on the faoe, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness of the eelids Ire
ittent black spots Hying before the e)c", with
temporary sullaslon and loss ol B'ghi ; want of
atieuiton, etc These symptoms all arise lrom
a weakness, and to remedy that use E, F hun
kel's Bitter Wine ol Iron, li never falls. Thou
sands are now enjoying health who l ave used
it. bet the genuine. Soldouly in bottle.
Takeonly E. V. Kunkel's.
Ask lor Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron. This
tiuly valuable tonlo has been so thoroughly
tested bv all classes of th community that It is
now deemed lndlsiwnsnblo as a Toulc medicine.
It cost but little, purities the blood, ami give
tone to the stomach, renovutes the system and
prolongs Hie. , , ,
In .w only ask a trial or this valuable toulc.
I'rice SI ier but tie. K. t KL'NKKl., Hole
l'ropiietor, No. a"' Noith Ninth t , below
Vine, f hlladeli bio, l'a. Ask for Kunkul'a Hit
ter Wine of Iron, and take no other. A photo
graph or thu proprietor on lucu wrapper, ail
others are coiiuteifcit
llewure ol counterfeits- Do not let yout drtlg
gls 1 .ell you auy hut Kukkel'. which ia put up
only aa above represented. You can get six
bottle for '. All I ask I one simple trial.
Tape Worm Removed Alive.
1 -it -.......,.. l it.. l,Apa. 'n I'm,
HWI anil ail uiupiv.K i "
till head passe, ellt l'ln and Stomach W orm
removed by Dr. Kt Mist., 'iV.i Nortb. Ninth t
Advice l're. No fee until head and all pac
iaone, aui allv.. Dr. Kunkel I the only uc
ceasiul plivsiclan In thl county for th removal
01 Worms, and hi Won 8vt;r 1 pleaaam and
safe for childrvB or Brown person, f d for
circular or ask lor m bottle of Kckl V oast
STitT. FrloelabottUv tiet It of your drug
gist, It never tslls.
Arc not adveitirad aa "cure-alls" but are tpcclf
ica in the dlseaaca lor whidk ihay arm recom
mended. ""NATURAL SELICTI01S.
Investigator of aatural acienca have desaea-
stralcd beyond controversy, that throughoec the
animal kingdom the "aurvival ol tha fitlaal" is the
only law that vnitchaafea thrift and perpetuity.
Does not the same principle govern the commercial
proepcrtty of mant An imerior cannot auparcada a
superior article . Ily reason of auparlor nerit, I r,
1'ietve't HUndard Jledicinea have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In the United States alone ex
ceeds ana million dollar per annum, wkiU aha
amuunt exported foots up to several hundred thou
aaud more. No business could grow to such gigan
tic proportions and rest npon any other basis than
thai of merit,
Golden Medical Discovery
It Alterative, or Iliood-cleansing,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
la a C'hoiagogue, or Liver stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
lly reason of its alterative properties, cures diseases
ol the llloou and ."skin, as o.rofula, or King's Evil :
iumors: fleers, or Old Nona Itl.orh..-
ana kruptiuns. tty virtue of its .Teetotal uupai-
(ICS. It cure! llroilthul. 'llir.il at(t j
liuiu; Incipient Coniompliua j Lingering Cougtiav -j
ami v.uruaic L.aryngitia, lis cnoiai gue propertic r
I rciiuer iianuneijualeu remedy lui lloiousoesaj jor
piu i,irti, vt j,ivcr s nipiaint ; anu us ionic
properties make it equally eriicaciuiu in curing Indi
gLsuon, Los, of Appetite and Dypepsia
Where the akin ia aailow and covered with blot- v
theaand piuiplea.or where there are ac.oluloua af
fections aud swellings, a few bott.e. of ijoidvn Med
ical Discovery willcrt'c-:! siientlie cure It you feel
dull, drowsy, debi.itatcd, have sallow color ot akin,
or yellow ,k hmwu spots on lace or body , frequent
headache or dizi.ness bail uate in mouth, internal
heal or chilli alternated with U01 guinea, low spirits
and gioomy forebodings, Irregular ap,,eiit and
touguc coated, you are suffering lrom lorpid Liver k
or "lliliuusuess.'1 In man., cases of ' Liver Com-
filaiDl," only part of th.se symptoms are experi
enced. As a remedy for all su h cases Dr. Pierce's
Gulden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects
perfeet cures, leaving th liver strengthened and
Pi Pi Pi Pi
Purely Vt'jjtdilnlf. No Cure Hi (mired
While L'rlliy tlll'lll.
'Ihe "Utile loauf Ctl.articr or Ml'LTl M IN
l'AKYO I'lIVt-DJ, scarcely laiger man niuauni
beeds, aud are suar -coatcd 1 hey reniuv lite
necessity of t.ik.nu me reat, crude, ur.istic, sicken
ing pil,s, hereiolore so inocn in uie.
Asa remcity tor Headache, Ini'lnesa, flush of "
I'.luod 10 tlie Head, 1 igUtness about the CIksi, bad
I asie in the Mouth, Ktociatious irom th stomach,
Hiiioua A Hacks, JaunuiLC, fain 111 the kidneys,
llighly-t olmcil Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
1'iercc'a I'icasant rurativc I'eileis are unsurpassed.
Furthermore, 1 wouid say ili a their actiun is uni
vcrsal, nut a gland escaping their sensitive iinprt ss.
Age does not impair tlie prupeitics uf liiesc l alleu.
'they are sug.,r-cuated auu inclosed ingiasa botpes,
their virtues theichy being preserved ummpairtu '
tor any length ut lime so tlial ihey are always Iresh
and reliable 'I ll's is nul the Case Wllh tllvse pills
wnich are put up in cheap wuodcit or pasteboard
boxes. 'Ihe Uuiiy u e ol two 1 eileis bus cured the
most obstiuaie cases of :scrotula, 'I euer, Aali-rheutn,
F.rysipelas, Ho' ", bioithcs. I'itnote.. s-r. '. , -and
Lr ptiuns. 'lliay i.re, huwever, recooime ded
to be taken in conueuiuii with tlie tioloen alcdiivl
Discover)', in order 10 secure the best results.
The remedial msnagemeut of those disease
peculnr to women haa attorded a large ex pel i
ence at the World's DisR.nsary, of which Dr
fierce ifrthcchie! consulting physician, in adapt
ing remedies for their cine. nr. 1'ttrce'a Fav.
oiitel'icsctiption is the result ol this extende.l
experience, and has become justly cwlehrateil tor
its many anu remarkable cure uf,M ,iuap cUwa
ic uiscues and
Favorite Prescription la a Powerful Restorative
Tonic to the enure system. It is a nerviue 01 un
surpassed etUcicy, and, while n quiet nervous
irriutiion, it streugthens the euf.ebbd nervous ' i
ystem, thereby restoring it to hcallhiul vigoi.
1 he loliowhig disease aieamong those in which
the 1 avonie 1'rescripticn baa worked magic
cures, viz. Leiicorrtui'i.or ''Whites," Exces
eivc Flowing, Painful Menstruation Unnatural
Suppressions, Weak Hack, 1'rolspsua, or falling
of the Uterus. Anteveisi n, lietrovetslon, Hear
ing down .Sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
lluUiniittion and Ulceration ol the Uterus, Inter- '
ual Heal, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
pondsncv, aud very muny other chronic uiseates
peculiar to women, tun not mentioned here.
'Ihe following Ladles are a few of the many
thousands who can testify to tbeelllcacy of Dr.
Phrce'a Favoriie Prescription, lrom experience
Mr Cornelia Allison, I'eosta, Iowa, Mrs Tho
J Metbviu. Ila'cher's Mutlon, tin; Mrs! A Scy
m.tir, Home N V; Mrs Frauds uiuwick. Ver-.
saues, omo sirs leroy Putnam, North Whar
ton, Pu; Mis Mary A lluuolt, tptua Mo; Mr
Mary A Friable, I eh max, l'ai Mrs D K.U1U,
Chiliicolhe, Ohio; Mrs Harriet EMalone, Men
Hpringlleld, Pa; Mrs ft Hutt, Fiiiporia. Kan;
Mina Louise Pratt, Dodgeiilie, Mass; Mr I, A
Dashicltl, Norlolk, Va ; Mr c Allion, Proctor,
!.,... V n .I M V.i-,..h u ,rk..... rt-. . I. 1
" " - . j. L ,, , uuiiiu, us, j aitu
S C Mo, an. x.'rt North Howard sheet, Baltimore,
Md ; Mrs Lucy Cullman. Itsr,,svllle, Ohio, Mrs
Nanci Mcsauglit, Jttl rson Iowa; Mr I. li
Ntemrod, Kriemblilp, N Y; Miss Ellen Cady,
Weaulelo, N Y; MrsAnthouy Amiun, Verona,
N Y : Mrs II N Hunks, Grand Kspiile, Mlch Mia
V II Webb, Wairrtown, N Y. IhousaiiiU of rvf
trencea can be giveu at the World'a Dlsyensarv.
Dr. R. V Pnarc ia the sole proprietor aud
manufacturer of Hie foregoing remedies, all ot'
which are sold by druggist. Me la also th
Aillhor of th People's Common bensa Media I
Adviser, a Work of near I v nn thousand page,
with two hundred and cighiy-two wood-engrav .
lugs aud colored plate. Ilu ha already auul of -this
Over 100,000 Copies!
I'JllCE (post paid) $1 50. .
II. V. PIKKCE, Ji. D.
World'a Illnpeuiaar)', Haffklss, H. V.
Thedi'innfO llaythoin . Co., is thu day
dissolved, J. 4. Howe, of Cincinnati, retire, H -IT.
Llv .sdmltlwd. diyUlha
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