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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
MilletiB Bntldlnv, Cor. Twelfth Stree
f"t;oiintv iinil RailrnadWork Specialty
jpkick HouRfrFrorn 7:30 a.m. to 6:;0
p.m.; wmuuy from 7to9s.m. Money
i irner a.m. w o:uu p.m.
:( I I Ml
I ;. Mlsa. Central II R
' 1(i:na( Cairo A vlnccnnea
10:001 Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas K It Dally.
Old a iver Itoute
iPnily evc'l Monrlny
Mica. River Borne
Op, 8un. To. Fri.
4 ThnU Route
I KriiUy Saturday
Q. W. UcKjuio, P. M.
ST. LOTJIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
, TIME OAIID .
Ixpreas vii Cairo daily., ... 'J On p. in.
ix press arrive at Cairo "Lilly ". m.
eccouini'idation leaves Cairo iJaily U .''j m.
I :eoiiidnliun arrive dully (exce
ftimdnv) ll " in
47 Miles the Shortest to
o4 Miles the Shortest to
tdiaaijiis, ttlpii. few Tri.
OVF.lt TRAIN Ot
ALL OTHER ROADS
, Making Eomo Connections,
t aeatmiiera by other route, to make
OouaacUoDa miut ride all night watt
iuir from One to bix Hour at
imall couniry atutiona for
, traira of oonnectmu roada.
a&taembor that fact and take our
6:00 a. m. Tram-reaching
liamakAva and arrive atCauo. an fallow
Sail Oearc-i rM .
Mixed " - t-'P- w-
Mull snivel 1 r; p. ID.
...xed " til.a.ni.
.'ar..'i?li tickets and hecks to all important
A aiXAEB, H. L. KOHBIXJ-,
ten' Pass Ag'l. (ienersJ Hup
.1,. 11. UIUHCU,
JiiRO & V1NCENNES R. R.
, 61 Miles the Shorto.t Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
t'liE trains f 'I'1 company connect il St
U ' '! EeMM. Louis, with all ther
t tl,e Orlaa, Lrwat oud Wrat.
.nvei a .ro. ......
irrire at ft - Li.uia..
6 .I'll p.m.
Vavf haM fit. L uia - :V a.m
, -i i .ro :Uup.ni.
- "' " V ll.MVCFAItLASD,
Ticket and Fr-it;ht Agent, Cairo.
I A. WENT, iiencrnl Paancuiier Agent.
J. A HELL, Axent at Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
!i ill 1 1
I'M; SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Willi diroct Connections lor
WSIFBI'SSV Ml B05M
17 XXX. CAST,
Travelerii v.-'1iirig a
ffKKDY, PLKASANT and COMJf'OKT
Should remember tli&t.tke
BALTIMORE ,& OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated lor li
iloiaht Coaches, Splendid HotclR, Urand
ami lieauuiiii nouniam tiiu aney
Si'oneiy, and the many point
Historical Interact Alone
Fart will ALWAYS be at LOW
at by any her Line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Western and Eastern Cities
Kor throiiRh tickets, haRprage checks,
jnvetni'Dt of trains, aloepiug car aorom
iiodntlons, etc., etc., apply at ticket otllcei
it all principal points.
NORTH. SOUTH, EAST oi VEST
Ii. M. Cole
I't Uen. TleketAgl.
Uen. Ticket igt
Taos. n. tinar
HasUt ef Trtosp
faeej, BvOlwtla S-vU&xr, Coiaai Twelfth, g-trae suad, WavoiHncton. Avaaua. '
" VOL. 9." OAliLINQia kilDATjNUAR iOaos'
. i " i . 1 1 .i '
A8K ine rtcovered
HuSercr, Tlotlma oi
feyfrand agua, Uia
me(tirlal dlaeaal pa
lient, how they rtcov
end tMaltn, cheerful
.plrlta, ami good RP"
petit tl.T Will tel
you by taking Him-
nion'a tlver Pcg
lator. Tflt tllKAHKf f. AND Br.sT KAMI.V Mtl-
For UYI'F.I'SIA, CONSTIPATION ..laodlce,
ilibiw allucU, hlCK IIEAOACIIK, Colic. 1
riont.f oiuriU).. SOLK blOMAUl, Heart
Hu n, etfl., etc.
Tina unriTalled Poutbem llemeily la war
ranto! not to contain a rarlide ol Jlercury,
or any Injuriotia aubdUiuuv. but ia
containing tlioae aoutbern root and Uti ba w lilch
anallwliiroyiiUncuaaiibca In coiuitnea
nnii.iii.riiiwHiiii il. It will cure all
I'iaeuaca cauaei by ilcmugemmt oa Ilia l.ver
ami liowelt. . ..
That hi VIIIlVilViaa lit I. Ivor finnlkint are a tilt'
tcr of bad Utale in Uic mouth j fain m Hie baua ,
KiUua or Joinu, OtUn muutea lor rneuiua
tiain:auiir .toiwll. loaa Ot aiinellie, lo-U
allMualely coauva and lax uaUaelie, loa 01
memory, wil i a painful atonal ion ol having
failed to do aometmng whioli ought to have
Uend me, deliiluy, low tpuiia, a illicit yel
low auoe-ranca ol the akin and cyea, a dry
couirli oltea inialaa. n for conauinptioa.
home linea many of Uieae ayiiipioin attend
the di-a, at otbent Very few, but ttie liver, the
lurKi.t organ in the bid, is nenerally the a-ai
of diee-aea and If not regulated In time, great
miflew.K, wretobedneai and KhAl 11 wil etu
nut rMvimniend aa an efflcadoua reniwly for
liaeamaol the Liver, llwrtljurn and tlropepkia,
himmoni' l.iver idKClalur. Lawn Wind,
17 Maitter utreet, Aasietant PotuiiaaUr,
'We have Uwted ita virtues, oeraonally, and
nn tlut for ljpepil , lilliouanea ann
1 iiroliliing Headache il u tlia Deal umliciue lue
wurld ever " hava tried forty oner
Kiuedi-ra helore filniuion' Liver Wulator,
Ixii none of them gave ua more than u inpjrary
rrtin but Die Uegulalor nut only reiievvl
but cured u." Kd. lataoaAfM AXB MtW--
Nnthmr u ao unnleaaant. BoUiinit o common
aa Iwl breath, and In nearly every cau Itoiuiea
from tlie ftKniiacti, and can be ao eaeily aorrecw
ed if you will take Biuuuoni' Liver ategalator,
Do out neglect ao aure a rraueuy mi tuis n.
pulaive dt.ordrr. It will aUj improve your
Apvtii oom pinion, and Otnerai iiealib .
Tina diatreaaing affliction occars mont fre
ueutly. 'I tie ointnrbance ol the aiornacn,
ariaiug from lnierlettiy aiemv-n conu-uu,
cauaes a aevere paw in tin head, accompanied
Itli rtiaairreeane uauatu, aim una diikuiuki
hat ia populatiy knowaaa bick llc-dacli:. Koi
prjinpl reiu l
AKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical element, nerer
found in the aame baiipy prourtion In any
oilier preparation, vli: a genue CaUiartl', a
poweriul tonio, n unexceplirnaM alu-railve
mo a Genain uirrecwve u an iiii)ruriiitw ui
he body, bucbaigmd aucoeaa ha aitended ita
uu t at it la dow rrgarueu aa ui
tl'FF.Cl UAL SPF.C IFC
,Ao a Itemed y in
M LAUIOT'S fevf;i, UOAKL COM
PLAINTS, liYSHtP-lA, MENTAL DEPttr B
ffi.s, nail l.btHKth,, JAl'."IKE, NAL'
SE , BlCK IlkAIMClIa, "Ji'iC, C)NT1I-
IliJ ana m .ioii.m
IT HAH SO KUC'AL.
AmA with thia ANTIDOTE. all Will-if p or
lluuite and water and fonl Diay be faoeil wllli-
out (ear. A a lleiueiiy in bausiolb
hVfcKS, HO-vtl, tUMn..iiM3, iiMi-
l.h.S.N h.3.4, .1 A L N DICE, N A I. W ,
MAklTACIVHIlD OJUI III
' J. II ZEIl.F.N,
Pn fl.'Q. Sold by all lriii!k'i:!i.
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Corner 10th atreet and Commercl
. O. PATIER & CD.
BTJTO HE H
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington ana com-
mercial Ayonnoa, adjoining
COME AND SEE ME!
I nm now oilcrinj; my mitlre
ror the Xe.U Thirty lHy
'Is intend to quit the- bumirts,
PARTIES IV SEARCH OP BAR
UAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
UlVE ME A CALL.
I. W ALDER,
Cor. Oth Street nnd Ohio Lcvco
NO CURE-NO FEE!
I II a 'a
Ua. a 1
Inll in SMI Vt -hlufMu ilmk L'liliwo. lm llnt.inn o
is!,.!. Chmnk .nil SattUl DUhmm. a-Mtlnal eaan
tun tit all
Nervoua Debility. iul hunt Manauod. irtinau.uily
runhl. Ut. O. Il ui.luawor lu Hrrmm IMionl. ami w no
M.r. urytbM Me l-vtl pivllia la laa iwwa ' Mm, a.i
lllKIt rwHt-lUii.nl IS tiral. ana bav4,all ,Vn'
ftvary roafnl,ii( tarnallnli. Sna Silly Cuatt n M A R;
LApTGe and laalUmn na fifty Caoai far tnuaU at Rub
bn (Inula and ClNtilar aflnlulant Innxmauoa by eiMai. Can-liUIiaaSiiMwMi-l
Rallatla r.U lnlk l Sea
N. Y, Tilliune.
Mi's Jennie Lee, the clever ICoglUa so
tor of l'oor Joe ol Tuin-ail-Aloiic'i, bad a
great deal ot trouble In getting the broom
she uses In the play. Hlie went about Lon
don street trying to bargain with the
croainy-weeper lor a well-worn broom;
but cunningly enoogb, wliile the could get
dozens of comparatively new brooms, and
not an old one would the sweepers part
witb. Tliey knew the trade value of a
worn broom to an actor, lot they were
themselves actors oflocg experience. Af
ter muny failures ahe copied a wretched
little Arab presiding over a dirty crossing
with a very old broom, near Westminister.
She astonlehed tbe urchin by otlertrg bira
five ablllitigs for bis nump of a broem
With an Incredulous grio the Arab said.
'You don't mean it?" Said tbe lidy,
"Don't I though? hero's the money;" and
after some amusing pailoy she got peases
Ion ol the drauutle "propeity" or rather
the boy promised to bring it te her resi
dence for tbe five slilllUgs. Mlt Lee got
the broom, aud prizes It greatly. Hbe has
used It on the stage countless time as l'oor
A colleclion ol autograph letters formed
by Charles Muck ay, the poet, has juat been
sold lo London. Ono ot the most Interest
ing Items of the sale confuted of the orig
inal doc intents which gave rice to the Byron-Leigh
controversy. Among 'these
were Miss Leigh's own account, of seven
teen folio pages, in her autograph, signed
and addressed. to Mr. Thomas Smltb, and
thirty pages of a conversation with Lord
Byron, dated 182X Thete documents
wont for fOO. A letter from Charles Dick
ens to Dr. Mackay, dated 16U9, In reference
to tbe Byron controversy, In which the dis-
tlnguiahed novelbit lays he is 'iliigusteu
witb Mr. Stewe's diseased appetite lor
notoriety," was knocked down for HO. A
brief letter by Sir Walter Scott, dated Ab
bofeford, 1827 sold for3; one by Tennyson
lor i ', anil another by Job Leech for
An effective contrivance has been devil
ed for overcoming tbe dryness oi tbe air in
healed rooms. It Is called an "air moisten-
er," and is of additional sen' ice by arrest
ing the dust that comes up thro ugh hot
air flues. The frame, Kach pan has an
outlet tube, which rises from tbe bottom to
a height lees than that of the side of the pan .
Consequently, water poured into the top
pan overflows through the outlet tube and
fills tbe pan below it, and so on, through
tbe series. At the top of the frame there
is a chamber of just sufficient capacity to
bold wair enough to fill all the pans; this
is H" drat; then it outlet Talve is open-
eu, lue pans uu, idu me uvumtauw io .
dy lor operation. The frame Is to be hook
ed en in front of hot-air registers or set on
top of a stove or furnace. Air thus moUt-
ened is very plcu.iDt to breathe, and must
doubtless prove lar less irritating to the
lungs and throat than ordinary lurnace
heated air. The quantity ol waVT evapo
rated is large, aud the apparatus needs to
be filled at least once a day, but where it
is Inserted in cellar furnaces the filling can
be mrJe automatic by connection with
the wutr supply.
The Italic, of Homo, publishes a remark
able ue:ount of the reception of French
pilgrims from Carcas'onne by the Tope.
The visitors had been previously requested
not to iiiaulfe't tbeir devotedness to the
Ualy Father by cries or applause, as any
clamor might be prejudicial to bis health.
Plus IX., who was brought on a chair car
ried by four porters, raised hi hand with
difficulty and blessed tbe audience The
head ot bis Holiness was pvered with a
vtlvet cip trimmed with ermine, and he
wore the rid papal mantle on bis shoul
ders, lie has greatly changed in appear
ance since June last. Ue is no longer the
bile old man whom no one would suppgse
to be eighty-lour years of age. Be now
looks as if teu years sioce had passed over
his bead. He Is pale and depressed, his
under lip is pendent, and his tongue is
constantly hanging from his mouth. Tbe
smile which constantly played on bis lips
has vanished. In tine, the Pope is a brok
en down old man, aud. not the Pius IX.
known to all Catholic Rome. Lie coughed
painfully three or lour times, aud uttered
tome words. Ue speaks in French, but
witb certain diuulty.
la hereby given to Anton Stlairala oi the
nendencv. in the circuit court ot Alex
ander county, state oi iiunot',01 a run i j
chancery to enloce Vendor's Hen. wherein
he Is deleodant, and Haiouel Staals Tay lor
and tldwtn t'arsons, trustees oi tlio Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the summons In a aid cuso Is returnable on
tbe first day ot the next term of said
court to be lioldcn at tlio court house In
the city of Cairo, in hi Id county, oo the
first Monday ot Jaouary. A. I 1878.
jvux a. ltuuv rj,
C'Urk of ald Court.
Qkkicn & (Iilokkt, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 1H77.
It is ordered that a special term of the Alex
sndvr Circuit Court be commenced ami held at
the court house In the city ol Cairo on Monday,
the Dial day of December, A. 1. Is77, said term
to be devoted exclusively tothe hearing nf Chan
cery cauaes and the transaction of business on
the Chancery docket. Joux A. Khkvi,
Cairo, Ills, , Nov, !W, 1877.
hi. -ouit-WTH.j,;.'ruN,'ir'ft..tt lil-, V
Public notice Is hereby given that we, the tin
derslgncd, have this day formed a partnership
for the purpose of practicing our respective legal
nrolVsalona. The style ol the firm ahull be
MULKKY REL'K. Kald partnership ahull not
extend io the irlmlnal practf e. Wareaieotfully
lollclta shureof the legal business, which, If an
imated to our oars, shall receive cawlul and
prompt attention. William 0. MuLxtv,
1 Artois Ltix.
Datedthls 31st day of December, A. D., 1877.
A new ami wonderful invention for
washing. Washes Ilka magic, better than
soap for washing anything ; washes in one
third of tbe time; washes In hard or soft,
hot or cold water; tbn only preparation
ever Invented that will prevent woolens
fiomsbrluk'ng; worth four times its price
for washing woolens alone.
. Mrs. He.'ry Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"They will rejoice both lor economy's sake
tnd the saftey ol tdolr clothing, and that it
can no more injure clothing or bands than
common warm water."
SCAIiritT A JOHMSOV,
21 Piatt (street, New York.
KSTBarclny Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
3t its peculiar mechanical action, Is esteem
ed an artldo ol merit; but Benson's Capcine
V srous Planter is considered an article of
extraominaiy metit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, in mid two, pos
eses medicinal qualities ol a remarkable
cattire, winch causes it to act at once,
roiipv pain Immediately, and cure where
Mber Porous Planers will not even relieve,
For Rheum.itiim, Lame an Weak Bc, Spina
Hieaine, Crick in the Hack. Kidney Disease,
Sprains aad Bruises, Severe Pains and Btitchet,
U eakueai of the Back . elo.
.- . llva aia-uutctnrer of
Benson's Capcine Piaster
lteeeivtd die Highest Medal at the Centennial.
It is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengtbenlmr
qualities attracted tbe attention ottbe Cen
tennial Jurroraand thousands of physicians
who visited the Centennial, who pronounc
ed It the best remedy ever invented for the
Oove aliments. Sold py nil Druggists,
Price, 2-i cents.
4fj? Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
Bv nn Immense practice, extending thronpb a
perio.1 of years, having within Uiat time treSiied
many tliouannd cases of these di-eaoea peculiar
lo woman. I have been enabled to perfect a
most potent and agreeable medicine that mecta
the Indications presented by Uiat class of dta
ea!t' with pt.sitive certainty and exactneaa.
To designate this natural pecio compound,
I have named it
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however, Is but afeeble expression
or my high appreciation of ita ruluc, based upon
my own personal observation. As a close ob
server, I have, while witneasiag Ita positive re
sults In the few speciul diseases incident tothe
H'paraio organism of woman, singled It out as
the climax or crowning gem of my
medical career. Ou us merits, as a post
al re. safe, and effectual remedy for this class
of diseases, nnd one that will, at all times and
under all circumstancevact kimlly and In har
mony with the laws which govirn the female
erstera, I am willing to auike my reputation as a
physician. Nay, even more, ao contldent am I
that it will not disappoint the most sanguine
e eetatioii9 of a single invalid hdy who uses It
for any of Die ailments for whichl recommend it.
Hint I offer and Kill it under A POSITIVE
GUARANTEE. If a beneSslal eSect is not
experienced by the time two-Utrds of the con
tents of the bottle are used, I a-ill, on return ol
the bottle, two-thirds of the medicine having
been taken according to direcLons. and the case
being one for which I recommend It, promptly
refund the moncv paid for IL Hnd I not the
most perfect confidence In its virttiee. I could not
oiler ft as I do under those conditions: bm hav
ing witnessed Us truly miraculeus aiires in thou
sand; of cases. I feel warranted and
perfectly aafe In risking both my
mSw,t,'on By -" oa
The following are tinning those aise...
winch my Favorite Prcacrlpllou has
worked cures, as ii by magic, and with a cer
tainty never before attained nv nny medicine:
I.eucorrhflsa, Excessive Flowing, Painful
Monthly Periods, Suppression when from un
natural causes, Irregularities, Weak Back, Pro
lapsus, or falling ot the Uterus, ABteversion ami
Kctroversinn, Bearing Down sensations. Inter
nal Heat, Ncrvnua Depression, Dcbilitv, Dei
jiomlmiev, Threatened Miaoarriago, Chtonio
l oiiKesti'on, Inllammatlon and Ulceration of toe
Uterus. lniotcnc.v, Barrenness, or. Slerllitv, re
male Weakness, and very many other clninio
dieciise9 incident to woman not mentioned h're.
In all afTeotlons of this nature, my Favorite
Prcw-ripiion works cures the marvel of
llio warld. This meillcinu I do not extolns a
cure-all, but it admirably fulilUs a ainfle
lieia ol purpoae, being a most pc.-tcct
apocitlc In nil chronic diseases of Hie sexiai. ays
leni of woman. It will not disappoint, nor will
it do barm, in any state or condition.
Tline who desire further informatins on
thec subjects can obtain it in Tug PeoLE's
Common hcssa Medical Advisbk, a book
of o-.er Uuo pafps, aent, post-paid, on receipt
of tl.50. It treats minutely of those diseaea
(ifculiar to Females, nnd gives much valuable!
i-e In regard to the miiuagenient of fhuse
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION SOLD
BY ALL. DHtUGISTS.
R, V, PIERCE, M. D, rrop'A
JtUFFALO, X. Fe
Q. D WIUJAMSON,
And Dealer In
Km. IS OHIO LEVXX.
til 1 1 nar oriln
giwa aaiiri"itj a m
Orders for Cpal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and fall
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
0 like on whan Uoak loot of Sixth street.
Ottlcs oi Ualllday Brothers, opposite
Charles Hotel. ......
Egrphaa Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, root of Thirty-eighth street,
Poll OtBte drawer 90 i .. ;
la the me of dm book limply moiaten the gum
and apply the acrap. 'he iiamediile reiult wdl
immediately confirm tlic tealiiaony ol many to the
IT IS THE ONLY COH VElf IENT
Adapted te meet the want of
THE -LEECH ANT,
anal nu lloiaia oa aoauplaaa wittiotu jj.
The rbild'e ftrrop-Rook afTords iastmc
lion and sniusenient fur Pie Cbllalrcti.
h hi. MiiWm i:i Statiosers
SLOTS, WOODMAN Sc CO..
Blank Hook Manufacturers,
119 and 121 WILLIAM STREET,
tySend for dcKrlptive circular.
SWEET NAVY CHEWING
was awarded the ffrst premium at Centennial Expo
sition lor fine chewing Qualities, the excellent and
lasune character of its sweeteaine and Aivonu If
you want Ihe beat tobacco ever made ask your grocer
for this, and see that each plug bears our blue strip
trade mark with the words Jackson's best on It.
Sold wholesale bv all iohtvra
C JACKSON 4 CO,ll-tnufacturr, i'etersburg,
$5 to $20 Pr day at home. Samples worth
4U ai fnw. KlIIHllMtrn P,,i.
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mm n. mmi mmi
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State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. D. WS. . .,.. ...
Ueorge Weiss vs. Mary none, nna .aoiie, au
Jsolte and A matins NoUe-JJUl to lunciose
mrtgage in chancery.
a Hi.lii,ii nf ih nun. reaidanre of Marv Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Anutine Nolle, the dc
endanta above named, having been hied In tbe
office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice is hereby given to the said non-
resilient delemlanta, mat me compiainaiii uicu him
bill af complaint in said Court on Ihe Chancery
.U....J lih ,lav r,f t k Other. A. I.
HUG M- " - J w- - . - .
1H77, aud that a summons thereupon issued out or
stuu Court against ,aia acicuuunaa, ""-"-
the first Monday ot January, A. v. ioio, aa
law required. Now, therefore, uuleal yeu, the said
Alary noun, Anna none, sua ieuia uU um..,,..
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
i -in-iti i ..nn nf Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, in sain couniy. on ma
lirst Monday of January, A. 1. 17, aid plead,
answi ror demur to lha said complainant i bill ot
coinplaiut, the same, and the matters therein
charged and staled, will be taken aa confessed, and
a decree entereu against you ia,uiui.a '
prayerofsaidbllL J0UN A. REEVK clerW.
liKOKdl Visiiaa, Complainant's Solicitor,
October4!'i 177. tNov. L lw
Is hereby glvtm tlmt, by vlntic of a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County la the Slate
of Illinois, rendered at the November term,
. D. IH77. I, august Watermeler, tdmlnistra
tororthefcatate of Frederick Wateruieier, de
ceased, wtll sell at public vem tie oa the 2 lib
day of December, A. D. IS77, at Ihe west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Stale, at a o'clock p. in. of sold
rftlbject lo the widow's dower Interest therein
for the payments of the debts of said hatate of
Fred rick Wateimeier, decaascd, tb following
di-surllied property, W-wft i .
Thesonth V ol'aorthwiti quarter of north
west, iiuancr lu section thirty-six (ilti), town
ship. Ilfieea (15) south range two (J), west of
t ic .inl prlunlfial meridian situate In said county
of Alexander and Statoof Illinois.
Terms oi Hals-Cash in hand npoo approval
of sale and deliver? of deed
V AVtiVbt WATERMElK. .
Arlminlstrator of the Estate ol Fred Water"
Dated Cairo, ills., Hjv.llat, 1177.
' SHERIFF'!) SALE
By Virtue nf two executions to me directed, by
.uv u.o v in aia a.oun oi Aieanacr coun
ty, in the State of Illinois, one in favor of w il
ium M. Atherton, aad one ln favor of Juda
At&e'lpn and against A, C Hodges. Sr deceas.
fd. I have levied upon the lollowing described
property, io-wit: Lots two (il), four 0) and
six H. In blmk three ( l) lots one (1), three (.,),
Bva (oj and seven (7), la block four ( I) ; lout two
U), four (4) and alx (it), la block Ave (.) ; lots two
U). lour (), six (ii), eight (S) and ten (10), in
block six (u) ; lots two (.'), lour (I), alx (),
eight (S) and ten (lo), In block seven (7) : lots
e-s ' V - I S - a --v. aa, Ba-a ItlJ l a , guisl
!'(' lour (4) , six (i, eight (s) aad ten (In),
in block eik-lu (s) : lot ten (l'l. ia Idoek thir
teen U iota live .i) and eisht (s), in block
lotirleen 1141 : lota II, r 1 1 ilr- r .t
and nine (9), Id block fifteea (lo) ; hits two (.'),
four (I) and six (ii), in block sixteen (It!) : ku
one (I), three (J), rive (5) and seven (7) . in bleek
seventeen (I7) hut two (J). four (I) and alx (tl),
in block eighteen (l); lots one (1), ihnre (3).
live 1), seven f,7J, in block nineteen (19U Inn
two I'il. four 141 and alv tl. In Klnk .a...-. D ..hi. .
lots one (1J, three i3. live i."o and seven 171, in
black twenty-one il); lotsuvo c, four 4 and
six('".),in block twenty-two WJ: lots one (I),
three (Hi, live (ft) and aeven (", in bloca twenty,
three; lots two (.'), four (4) and sil ', in bloc
Iwen.y-four (Jl). All above dneen bed property
IS situated la town ofllodiia's Park, cnuntv of
Aleaander and rliate of Illinois, which 1 shall
offer for sale at public vendue at the front or
west door of tbe Ceurt House, In the City of
Cairo, county of Alesanderami Stale of Illinois,
on tne itb day of January, lH7s, st llo'cloca
Dated Cairo . Illinois, l.nh il.iv of ifaih,,
A. D. 1J7. I'M EK SAliP,
ahcrlffor AleXanoer fAium-, dii.4.
Is hereby given to Joshna U. Hall aa adniin'a
tralor de bonis non or the estate of llosta CUrk,
deceased, and Edwin Hrainard ol the iendency,
in the Circuit Cou(t of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to foreclose a mort
gage, wherein yon, togtt .er wnh Chuuncey N.
fhiumen, Louisa N. hbipman, Joe ph W.
Drexel and Charles Kdwanl Tracy, as Iteceiv
era of the Cairo and incennes railroad, and the
Cairo and Vine nines rail road eomuanvara de
fendants, and Charles C. Holten, as Keceiver of
ol "lbs Mutual Lite Insurance Company" of
.imgo,ie cuiupiainani : anu mat ine summons
in said cause is returnable on the first day oi the
the January term. A. D. 1S7S. nf aaid ilnnrt i
be holden at the Court House, in tbe city of
iiro, iu aaiu oouoij, on toe nrst Aionaay ol
said month. Dated Nov. 27th, 1877.
JOHN A. UKEVB, Clerk of said Conrt
SnitL p, H'HSBLea, SoUoltor of Complaint
Wiibhoar, On the first day of April, )s7,
F.mma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowitdgrd. and de
liverel, to .Mrs. Caasie Williams, now Mrs.
Lassie Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (;i), in block No. twenty-nine (ai) !u
Updyke A Myer's addition, to the city ot Chea
ter, in the county of Randolph and htate of t lit
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory notes executed by said Robert II. Can
ine, uateu April 1, in.ti. Ion wo aunoreil Uollars
each, pajnble in three, six, nine and Uiteen
months, resueotivel), from the dates thereof,
wllh ten neroent. intereat from tha rlnteatnanw
of ; Which said mortgage vtas duly recorded
April , uf;6, the reeordrr's oftlce ln said Ran-
uoipn eoxniy, in dook 0. one (') ot teases,
Ac, on aage ail : and
Wubhiah, Said niorhrage provl lee among
other thiags fur the sale, by the said mortgagee,
of said lot and all the right and equity of re
deroptlos therein of the said grantors, in case
ol default in tbe payment of tue said notes or
any part thereof ; and
wh'Ssas, The time for the payment of the
said notes.and each of Ihein lias long since elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
otibe above mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and Ave cents (614.05.)
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1578, at
the door of the court bullae ia said eity of Chester
st the hour ol two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will offer said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in band anil on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
Tnrmerty caamle'wmtains '
Mate of Illinois, County of Alexander
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
lllll iwa i.r,wi-..
.M.rv E, Lontlienue.
Affidavit ol the non-rtsidence
ice oi ainrv c ijuh-
hlenne, the delendunt above uamed, having
been tiled in the oltice I tue cierx oi aaiu
court ol Alexander county, notice Is hereby
liiven to tbe said noa resident defendant,
that the complainant Hied bis bill of com
plaiut iu said court on tbe chancery side llicnoi
on the 16Ui day of October, a. d. lb", and that a
summons thereupon issued out of saia court
against said detendants, returnable on the
Ural Monday in tbe month of January, . t.
IO, sal by law rciUired. Now. turufore,
unless you, Ihesuid alary E. Lonhienne, shall
peisoually be and appear before tbe said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at the court
house iu the city of Cairo, in said county on tlie
first Monday in tbe month of January, A. D.
lo7ti, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ot
complaint, the same and the maucrs and tbings
therein set forth, will be taken as conteased, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
F JOHN A. REETE, Clerk.
W. C. Mi'Lxsv, Complainant's Solicitor,
Csiro, Ills, Oct. Ifdh A. D. 1877. Cw.
State oflllinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit coat of Alexander county, January term,
A. D. 1ST.
Hcnrv Whitcamp vs. William Eichhoff, Henry
Ekhhofr, Kathl kiichhoff, Charles Eichhofl and
Uracic EiebhofT, biU to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-resldeace of Henry
Eichhoff and Kathi KlchhotT, two of the
detendants above named, having been filed in the
office of the clerk af said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
detendants, that the complainant filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on ine .1st day of November A. D. If77, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. D. li, as is by law re
quired. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry Eichhoffaud Kathi Eichhoff shall personally be
and appear before thesaiti circuitcourt of Alexan
.i rnnnav nn ,ha firat dav of the next term there
of, to be holden at the court house in the city of
Cairo.ln said county, on the first Mondayof Janu
ary A. D. in7, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complanant's bill of complaint, the aame, and
the mailers and things therein charged and nated,
will bo taken aa cuiifesscd. and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said hill.
Gxo. FisiilB, Complainant's Solicitor,
Nov. illst, A. D.IH77.
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Has never Inen known to fail in the cure of
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It costs but little, purities the blood, and gives
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PTnw"on'y ask a trial of this valuable tonic.
Price l per bottle. K. V. KUNKLL, Sole
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I, Alterative, or Bioorl-cleanalng.
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the firat day of January, A. 1. 177, die
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