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A. W. VATT.
CAIRO CUT BINDERY,
sV. XXT. X'lTATT CO.,
31NDERS AND BLANK BOOK
.-tvlletln Bnildtn-, Oaf. Twelfth 8trM
Ull W MWIWIM ATMUi
- te-Urtinlv and Railroad Work a Bpeoialtv
rvicn Hodro From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.tii.; Hun.lny from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
hrr : H.io. to 6:00 p.m.
A.M. I r.a
i Illinois Control B li
Miss. Ontrul B 8
Cairo A Vlnconue
Culro, Arkansas A
Trui K K flally.
Ohl- lw Bout
Daily exn't Monday
MIm. River Monte
Op, Hun. To. Frl.
Down.Tu Thu fat
Krt'lny at Saturday
O. W. MeKsure, r. M. f
ST. LOUIS.IEON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R. : ;
Ixpress Iidth Cairo dally ..,...i"' n. m.
ill rem arrives at Cin daily .4 :''. m.
l.-comniodntloa Imvh Cairo daily-. aiiaia.iu.
1 .OIiiocUIIjQ arrives dally (exce
rtcm lnv) 11 I"' m
47 Miles the Shortest to
WIS, .mW SALT1M
34 Miles the Shortest to
siiiaipcS, iMilfii fa fork
OVER TRAIN Of
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same ConntctionB,
tBssengera by other route to make
Connection muat rid e all nixnt wait
l&a lrom uov w c umimw ...
email country stations (or
train of oonneotiusj roaala.
iletacmber that fact and take our
6:00 a. m- Train,, reaching
.TusTille. Ii2ii:aplis, fiisaulnisrili
r rains leave and arri at leiro. as follows
siail 'juivw - .-
alutd " m
Mail uriivM l't' P-
misti ' - ;' a. a.
rsrottgn t'sfcel fhe-ks to all Important
A KILLEK, H. L. KORBILL, ,
'V 1'ui Ag'l. Gwral&np.
,L. B. t IlliUCU.
JiIRO fit VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
8H0RTEST SHORT LINE
riiF, trulDB ol this company connect 1 1 St
Levis and East lit. Louia, with all tlief
r.m Hie North, sestet nod Heat.
LrrirealM. Louie -.-. ifiOf.m.
.vt ImH St, I. ul.... :l$a.m
..f at Cairo.. 6:00p.m.
W 11. M VCFARLAND,
Ticket and I relgbl Agent, Cairo.
I. A. WENT jncr1 PaaMiKr Agent.
J. AlitLL. Agent at Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
& m 1. 1.
ONLY DIRECT BOUTE
Vlih direct Connection lor
win, nw mt mm
.Trarelert i.-'Blrlnif a
JlJKDY, PLEASANT and. COMFOttT.
Should remember that. the
BALTIMORE S OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated lor Us
Clegant Coachei, Splendid Hotel), Grand
nail Beautiful Mountain and Valley
7cneiy, ami iut many points
llUtorlcftl Interest j
Jar will UWATBbaai LOW
u by any her Una.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Western and Eastern Cities.
trnr fhroimh tlMcata. bairirBira nhanba
movement of trains, sleeping ear aorom
uodationa, eto.,.eW., apply at ticket pffiee
tt ail principal points.
XOaXB, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
lit limn. Tlnkal A t. . Oaav Tlaket Kit'
f, P. Barry. Al5?uT
. Art. Matter t Umit'i
ASK toe recovered
wfferer, Tlutuua vt
rcrarand acu, b
ticat, DoW tkey reoo?
pUltl, and good r
you by taking Bun-
IHP CHJEAPJUr, AND Btsf FAMlV MED-
.: . . .:iciiUTUft.woiu.u.
for DYSl'U'SIA. CONSTIPATIpN.Jaudice,
. Uh.ua atlacka. fcltK lltAUM.HE, telle j. l
uf Bumu.. ui.asw-v"i -
J aa A.ja u
Tbu uart7altd SoulWa Banedr Js Wr
raawl not in contain a artWe ol Mercury,
w any Ikjurioue aubetanoa, but W
vontwulnR (hoe outncruxoataaml bcib wlticb
an ail wUa providuiot ne iilooea In oounU'""
wbera L.iwr Dumlm prtY U. It will cure all
olaaiK eauMd by ikrangitmcnt lb l.rr
and boiftlt. . .
Tne .ymp'ome of Llrer Complaint are a bit
tcrocljad uus m UiauuUi I'bu in tnt tact,
hi'le ur Joint, often mbtakvaa lor rbeuma
luiajtoor atoinarb, low ol apMtlte, liol
allwualcly ooativ and lax tuawiMue. o
menwry, wit . a pwulul aenaalion of uavlng
faUd lo U aomUiiuK whinb ought to nave
i.. mi a ai. detiilav. low limits, a thick yel
low appearance of the kl and eyee, a dry
ouurh oiua mutak. n ior euinptia.
ewnw lint many of tneae ay niptomt atleoa
the diwe, at otar Terr few, but the lir, tnt
iurffi.it nmn m ih tadv. ia leutmlly tne n
of dlMBtt and if notreguiaied in Uine. Kreat
uScnug, wretcnolutan auu ut-Am iw
I can rfcomraend u an tfflcaclotu renicdy for
dieraoeaot lb Livrr, limrtburn and Uyptpia,
biunuom Liver laudator. u " .
174b Hatter etrcel. AealaUnt FtMUuaeter, Pbll-
w h.r. ta.tM lu virtues. neraonallT. and
now Umi for uj.ppl , iiiuoiunaii aw
1 tirouiunK lleailacbe u tne oeiil meuicinc i"
wurl 1 ever aaw, e nave CriM forty o.ner
r. mii belore 8Diiuon' 1-iver wuiauir,
I..., nnu nt iimtu nvi lu more Lhan knipurary
relil; tut the iwtfiilator aotaaly wiicT'vl
but rurr.1 at "-to. lUMIKAr AflV MceSlIC
liiK, Mucoo. Ga.
NV.thiTii ia ao nmeaaant. aotniaz SO eominoa
as bad bnatb. and id nearly every ewe It comes
fruinuie stomach, audeanbeao easily eorreet.
e-4 if you wili Uae ounmont' liver Uvgulauv.
Ho oot neglect so sure a reiueOy for tuts ro
pul.ivedi ordrr. It will alas improve tout
Appetite, complexion, aa4 Ifincral Ucaita.
Thit dUtraetlnx affliction occurs most fre-
qumtiy. 'I be uiturlnce ef tne ttoiaaeo,
arming from bniertecUy digl4 eonlrnu,
cauaeii a aevrre pais in ths head, aoconipaoird
wiindiMiKreraU nauiea, and tbia constitute,
wuat ispopuiaiiy known aa bick Ueadaciic. if or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains fonr medical elements, never
found in Uie same happy proportion in any
oiker preparation, viz: a gentle liharti'.-. a
poweriul ionic, n unMcepurnabla alteraiire
and a certain Corrective ol all iuiriliea m
be body, buchsignal succea. nts aitrnded lu
UU t at it is bow regarded as the
, As a lienxdy in
SIM-AKIOI'I I'KVKbVl. BOrlEL COM
I'LAIMS, uysPtl 1A, MENTAL UK1'K S
rIi;i, Ka.Sil.kB8.SES, JAC.NIHCK, NAU
bE , KICK HtAliACHE, CO" iC CONslir.
AllON and III .10LS.NESS
IT UAUAU tyuit,,
Armed with this ANTIIXJTI. all anaaiea of
climate and water and food may be deed wltb
oul tear. Aa a Kemedy in mal,akhlb
rtVUKS, UUVLL CoMrLAlTB, KtST
La.ato3, JAU.NUICE, NAL&KA,
kLaXtfACTUBan oli IT
J. 11 Zr.IL.EX,
Price f.V. Sold by all bruggUu.
WHOLESALE AND KETA1L.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloao-.
Corner 18th atreet and Commorci Ato.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oflerlng my entire
For the X Thirty Hr
As I intend to quit tht busmen,
PARTIES IK SEARCH OF BAR-
U AIN3 SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
U1VE MB A CALL.
I W ALDER,
Cor. 6th Street and Ohio Levee
NO CURE-NO FEE!? ;-
tali iM tm Wyrue iumi, CUw f u. un 1 M
Fftnu, Cbrarir mi SjMi.1 HaH Ikalaal Weakaew,
Nervena Debllltr, t Lwt Maakoad, pnuuu.il)r
rMnd. I.0. li kpwuupf lb. Kcfoitu Scbool.wiiltMr.no
Mrurri aar ih Urrt amntr. In ia. CltoS Suut. LA
OIEaM,driMlaliMt "lib kMHnd hnH, nil orwitu.
Ivwv rMr.nl.np. fa? Mtbiau. Htwi rifle for MAR
RIAOK fiDIIRI Via tmm. iuunmiH. MAKRIK0
LAnllSaMS .ll,m. mM rift? Cwa for Sanpl. of Hub-b-r
ljo.nl mni CWnUr Imporunl lfimiUN bf .ifiiw. Cor
arUiUoi few aS awSiwiUI. MkbU raaaiarUKtlaBiB
Dealer in Freah Meat
Between Vuhlntten end Com
mereiel Avennee. adjeising
OfOc. Bllttn BuUU&ff. Cornel Twilfft eStreet mja.0.
CAIRO, ILLINOIB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1878.
'We) air) flleadlly AppromtinMInc P.
rlMan Ilablta aa Regards the Obaer
vaae. orHnaelay," Hiiya Mow Tsi
New York eorrenpodenca of the Chicago
Journal: The seventh day ia every year
regarded lew loJJew Vork aatbe Lord'
day. tVe are steadily approximating to
ward Parisian faaulU and manner as re
gard the Sabbath. It was only lew
year ago tint good people would not rf
nit Sunday paper to come into their dwelling-,
and lean well remember the surprise
and pain which ware occasioned in many
religious circle when the Times appeared
with a 8undsy edition. Now, all the lead
ing dallies of Mew York, with the exeept
ion of the Tribune, have their Sunday edi
tions, and, what Is moro, put special laor
upon ihene imuos. The Sunday Sun if
marvel of good original and selected read
ing natter, while the Sunday Times and
World via with eacfe other In catering to
the taaUs of the brtt oUa of sewtipaper
readers those who are lond ol literature
and the flue arts. The ltculng of a Sunday
dl-loa by the Timet in war time waa
palliated by the fact that people were eve
ry day anxloui to hear lrom the front, but
religious people warmly applauded the
coure ol the Tribune in announcing that
it should publlah no Sunday edition. 5ow
about everybody in New ork, saint and
sinners, church-goer sad non-church-goers
take the Sunday paper or have avcea
to their reading. Twelve year ao it
would have been about as much a. a minis
ter's reputation wag worth to have adver
tised his hour aud place.of service in a Sun
day paper. Now. many ol them systemat
ically do it. Formerly, many religious
people wou'd nt patronize horae-car on
Sunday, aud signed petitions to have them
debarred lrom running upon that day,
Now, they are crowded with people going
to and coming from church, and in a few
Sunday" more the steam-cars on the eleva
ted railroads now building will be thunder
ing up and down Sixth avenue, and on
man ot our principal thoroughfares, from
Sunday morn tlll.Sunuay nighu Fifteen
year aro New Yorkers would have been
horrified at the idea of our public places
ol amusement being permitted to remain
open on Sunday. Now, under the I ead ol
".acred couceru," etc., some ol the theater
and amusement bill are giving perform
ances regularly on Sunday evenings, and
it now looks a If all the theaters might be
in lull blast in a lew years time wtttt Sun
dsy alter noon matinees and Sunday eveing
'-lull bills." Whatever compunctions ol
conscience proprietors possessed were
quieted on the ground that thousands of
people bad no nine on waalr. days lor wit
nesbiog the ' moral and instructive" enter
tainments given on the theatrical boards.
Ureal liuanlBg Hatch la England.
A running match took piece December
tl at Lllliebndfe, London, betweon Qeo.
Llsxel, ao EaglUh long-distanue runner,
and Acbille Cargossi, who U styled tbe
Italian champion, the distance being 10
miles, and tbe stake $200. There is only
one instance on record of so long a distance
as that of 30 miles being ruu, and that is as
long bark Irt'l, when J. Rhodes, a
Wolverhampton man, ran 30 miles at Bir-
ingham in 3:20:00. Tue betting was two to
one on Hazel, who is a tbia, hatcoet-fsced
man, with long, well-shaped legs. Achllle
Bargoasi, on the otner hand, 1 a short,
dark haired little man, of whose nationali
ty there can be no doubt, and who imme
diately after starting, was greeted with
ironical cheers and ciies ot "Go it, ice
creams." It soon became apparent that
the Italian, who 1 reported to hay run 60
mile without stopping, was not In it with
hi opponent, HazM ran but first five mile
lu 28:38, while tbe Italian took 3U:3U, liiiel
having lapped him (ihere being three laps
to tbe mile), alter going four and a half
mile. Biirgrossi was again lapped alUr
going eight miles, and a third time after
Bazel bad gone eleven miles. Hsiel ran
his ten mile in 67:37, and his eleven mile
in 1:3:33. Hazel continued to gatnand
gain till, after running within a few yards
of 15 mile in 1:41:50, the Italian gave up,
Hazel at tbe time having gone clone upon
17, miles. Hue!, however, continued on,
and a there had been some betting that he
would run hit 30 niilei in three and three
quarter hour, it was thought he would
have finished the distsnce, but after run.
ning 20 miles in the wonderful good time
of 1:64:27, Bazel (topped, of course receiv
ing tbe stakes.
Is hereby given to Anton Stiagala of the
pendency, In the circuit court ol Alex
ander county, state ol Illinois ol a bill in
chancery to eiiloce vendor' lien, wherein
he Is defendant, and Samuel Staal Tavlor
and Edwin Parsons, trustee of the Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the summons in add case 1 returnable on
the lirst day ot the next term of said
court to be holdenattbe court house In
the city of Cairo, In ld county, on the
first Monday ol January. A. D 1878.
JOHN A. REEVE,
tlirk of said Court.
Gsxkn A Gilbert, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, lb77.
It la ordered that a special term of the Alex
ander Circuit Court be eommenced and held at
the court house in the city ol Cairo on Monday ,
the 31st dsy of December, A. D. 1877. Said term
to ha devoted exclusively to the bearine of Chan
cery causes and the transaction of business a
th Chancery docket iloux A. Hsevb,
Caiho, Ills,, Nov, 28, 1S77.
Publio aotles is hereby given that we, the un
dertiitBsd, have this day formed a partnership
for tbe purpose ef practicing oar respective leiial
rnfemIons, The style ot ths Arm shall be
ULKKY A SKKK. Said partaerahlp shall not
extend loth irlmlnsl practb . We respectfully
oliolta share of the legal business, which, if an
trusted to onr cars, shall reel re caretol and
prompt aitenuos. William 0. Mi'Lasr,
Dated this MSI day of Deoembsr, A. D . 1177.
AUlUHUlUVTisTUi cvn Woais. Chios
A new and wonderiul invention I for
washing.- Wat-be like magic; better than
soap lor washing anything ; warhes in oue
third of the time ; washes In bard or eott,
hot or cold water; the oul' preparation
ever invsttod that will prevent woolens
tram shrinking; worth four time It price
ler washing woolens alone. . ,
Mrs. Hewy Ward Beechsr
recommend It to all housekeepers, says;
"Tbry will rejoice both lor economy's sake
tnd the laftcy ot taeir clothing, and that it
can no more injure clothing or hands than
common warm viator."
' ; ' . , 21 1'latt Street. New York.
BTfiareUy Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
Of its peculiar mechanical actlon.is esteem
ftd aa article ol merit; but Benson' Capcine
f trous l'lanter is considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has the same
neithanical notion. ' and, in addition, pos-tesi-es
medicinal quail tins ol a remarkaMe
nature, whU-b cause tt te act at otr-e,
relieve pain Immediately, and cure where
Other i'orous Plasters will not even relieve
' for Kbenmttlsm, Lara- an Weak Butt, Spina
Disease, Crii-k in the Hack, Kidney Disease,
Sprains and Bruises, Severe Pains aud Stitches,
VVeuxueat of tbe Back, etc
The rnanulitcturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received the H luhest Medal at the Centennial.
It is now the sundird remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and suengtheninir
.'lualities attractea toe attention 01 toe cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of physicians
who viaitedthe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe best remei'y ever invented for the
t'jov aliments. Sold py all Inigglste.
Price, 'a cent.
t&" Barclay Bros, will eupply the trade
fttr tin (wtmaetuA M.a-ill.. a. li i i.
I i i1""'" .tiAn.t, wsMxwimK wrong!, a
prIoU of yeuM, bavin within tlmt lime treat..
uiaii tuuiAMuiu vtttw vi uiwe ai-eitHea pecuniar
If! Woman. I hnm hn annl.larl a ..uo.e-.ut -
.... w UV' II I""l'IV"J IfV AVJVV a
nimt potent and tfrreealile medicine that meets
the indiraiions prencnuxl by tlmt cIium of dis
eases wuii poaitive certainty and exactness.
To decimate this natural specifle com pound,
I lave named it
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however. Ig bnt a feeble ernretalnn
of my high appreciation of lu value, based apon
my own pervxiul nliecrvatlon. As a ciooe ob
server, I have, while witnessing lu positive re
sults in the few special dieoases incident to tbe
rx-p.-iraie ocR.inu.ra 01 wniniin, sinRietl it out as
the climax or crowning gem ol my
medical earer. On its ruerTuu as a Doel-
hve, sale, and effectual remedy for ibis oUim
of iliaeitMis, and one that will, at all times and
ander all eireiimttancea, act kindly and In bar
tnonv with the laws which govern the female
svstem, I am willing to ituke my reputation as s
pnyiicino. nov, even more, so eonaueni am I
that it will not dlRanDnint the mrt aanfrmna
exiieeiatlnLiof a single invalid ladv who ue it
for any of Uieullmenta for whlcb I recommend it.
mat i oner ami reii it under a afrssrivas
GUARANTEE. If a beiieOctnl eifeol is not
exierlenced by the time two-thirds of the con
tents of the bottle are u-od, I will, on return ol
Die bottle, two-thirds of the medicine having
Dn uuten according to directions, and tne case
wine on for whlcb I recommend it. nrommlv
refund the mono? pnld for iu ilud I not the
most perfect oonfiilenco in Its virtue. I could not
offer it a I do under the conditions; but hav-
ik niinowK.-u iu inn; miraculous cures in tnoii
sand. of cooes, I feel warranted and
perfectly aafe lu rlskliiar both uiy
rcpatalloa and asf mvuey ou lta
The followtnsr are amons; tho dTaesaci'in
which my favorite PreacrlsHiloit uss
werked cure", a if by mngic. aud wlih a cer
tainty never before attained uv any modlcino:
Leucorrbasa, Kxeeaaive Flowing, Painful
Monthly Period, Snpprsselons when from un
natural eniii. Irregularities, Wenk Back, Pro
L-ipmis, or fallins of tbe Uterus, A ate version end
Retroversion, Bearing Down benMUons, Inter
nal I lent, Kerrous Ueprelon, Dobilitv, Des-
ponaency, xareiiteneii Aiiscarnage, comma
Conpeition, Inflammation and L'lcerationof Ukj
L'u-ruH, Impmencv, Barrenness, or Sterilitv, Fe
male Wenkno.-w, and very many oilier clininio
dbenses Incident to woman not mentioned bere.
In all afTections of this nature, my Favorite
Precripti"n works cures tho marrel of
tbe world. Thin medicine I do not extol as a
cure-all, but It admirably fulfills a alngleo
neaa of Parpoae, being a meat period
specific in ad cbronic disease of the sexual svs
tern of woman. It will not dliippoint, nor viil
It do harm, In any state or condition.
Those who dottre further Information en
these subje-its ran obtain It In The People b
Common 6e.isb Mkdioal Auvtsxiva book
of over 900 pages, sent, pot-mld, on receipt
of $1.60. It treats mlnntely of tho? dlseai-en
peculiar to Females, and gives much valuable
sdnce in regard to the management ol those
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION SOLD
BY ALL. DRIGGISTS.
R. V. PIERCE, H. D.,Frop'r,
no a i.
Crdera for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for ahipnent
promptly attended to. "
To large consumers and
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO
0 ftlce on whannnat. foot ef Sixth strn.. -Otllce
ot Ualllday llrutbera, opivosltc HL
Kgyptisu Mills, Twentieth street.
Cool Dump, font of Thtrtv-elKhlh street, or
fen OUlee drawer auo i
O. D WILLIatlSON, -
And Dealer In
If: 16 OHIO LCTES.
PIUALstUatln glvsa ilri usih m
Patent Belf-Pasting .
In the iue of thit book.imnltf mnUi.n ih. o,im
snd apply the scrap. he Immediate remit wilt
immcmaieiy connrm the tntiniouy 01 many to Ike
IT IS THE ONLY COM VEIITENT
Adapted to meet the wants of
: THE MERCHANT, ,
THE STATESMAN." .
. . THE TEACHER,
and ne House oa complete without it.
The hild'a Mrn.Bnrk afford, iutruc.
tioa and amusement for the Children .
Fo: Sili SsUn d Mm
f Published By
8LOTE, WOODMAN & CO..
Blank Uook ilinufitiurerj,
115 and 121 WILLIAM STREFT,
tj"8nd for deicriptive circular.
JACKSOM'S . BEST ...
SWEET NAVY CHEWING
Wi$ awarded the ffrsl premium at Centennial Expo
titiea for dot chewiug gual tin. the excellent and
lasting characut of iuiwesteaing and flavoriag If
you want Ike be.t tobacco ever made uk your grocer
for llil,. and s' e that each plug bean our blue atrip
trade mark with the word. Jackson', bet on it.
Sold wholesale by all jobber. Send for umpls to
C A JACKaO.N A Cy.klanutatturcn.l'ctersburi,
$5 to $20 Pr day at home. Sample worth
V . U bCmi- 0 IlNnON tt It)., Port
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mm sEwin. mmi mmi
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State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. V. 1878.
George Weiss vs. Mary Nolte, A nna Nolte, Ida
Nolte and tnstine Nolte Bill lo loreclese
mortgage in chancery.
Affidavit of the nou residence of Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstlns Suite, the de
end an u above named, having b.en bled in ths
office of the Clerk of i-aid Circuit Court ef Alexan
der County, notice la hereby given lo tbe said non
resident defendants, that the complainant hied his
bill f complaint in said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the Suth day of October, A. L.
J 877. and that a summons thereupon issued out of
satit Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. D. i7S,as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, th. said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstinc
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Loun of Alexander County, an the Aral day
of the next Term thereof, to be holden .1 the Court
bouse in the city ot Cairo, in said county, oa the
first si onday of January, A. L). 187, aud plead,
aruwi r or demur to the said complainant's hill ol
complaint, ths same, and tbe matters therein
Charged and slated, will be taken u confessed, and
a decree entered against you according t? tire
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVK. Clerk.
GKOltn KlSHBll. Complainant's Si licitur,
October", 1m)7. iNov. 1. )
Is hereby given that, hy vlr'ucof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander Connty In the State
of I ill not rnudi-red at the November term,
A. 1). Is"". I, august Watermeler, idnilnlatra
tor of the Estate ol Frederick Walvrmeier, de
naan.il. will sell at tmhlio von tie on tbe 111th
day of Peccnber, A, I). 1X77, at tne west (lour
of the Court lloussm tlieolty of Cairo, in ssid I
Oeauty, snd Stale, si 1 o'clock p. m. of said
Suhjcnt In the wldow'sdower Interest therein .
fhr tbe payments of the debts of said Estate ol
Fssd' tluk Wateimeler, dceeaetdi tbe following ,
described property, to-wll i . t
Ihesontb iV of niirthwrat, qnarter olnorth- !
west, quarter In section tltlrty-alx (10), town
ship, lifisvu (1'r) south rant two (tl), west of
I le .lid prluolpal meridian situate In said county
of Alexander aud Htatcof Illinois.
- Terms oi fare-Cash in hand upon approval
of sale and deliver f of deed
' Administrator of the Kstat. ot rod Water--
Irated Cairo, flls., Nv. 1aU . ,..(
By virtue of twoexecntloas tomedlrecMd, by
turn acre w mm urn an i.ourt oi Aiananucr coun
ty, ks the State of Illinois, one in favor of VVil
ham M. Athenon, and one in favor of Juda
AtHertoo and affaiasi A. C Hodges. Sr., dictat
ed. I have levied upon tho following described
roperty, to-wit: Lou two (i), four (I) and
sl ta block three 0) I lots one (1), three U),
five ("r) and .even (71, In block four (i) ; lots two
U), four (4) and tlx (.), la block flve(5) ; Ion two
Ul.four (i), aix (6), eigbt () and ten (10), in
block six (f) : lata two !), lour (4). six (fi),
eiiclit () and tea (10), (a block seven (7) ; lot.
!"':.-'( tont H'.six (i, eight () and un U),
in M ok eight () ; lot tea (IU), ia block thir
teen (II) : iota live (5) and eight (s), in block
fourteen (14); lots three :), Ave f.'r), feven (7)
and nine (). In block dftcea (I .) ; lots two li),
four (I) and six (0. in block sixteen (16) ; lot,
on (I), three (31, dee (") aivl seven (7) , in blocs
aevrnicea (17) t lou two U) four (I) and six (H).
in block eighteen (IS); lets ons (I), three (.().
live l'), seven 7, in block nineteen (l'J)i lou
two (if, four (4) and six (I.), in block twenty Cim
lota one (IJ, three (11, dve (1) and seven 171, In
block twenty-one t );lota two ti), four 4 and
slx(1,in block twenty-two il)t lots one tl).
three (ll, live (4) and icven (7), in blocx twenty,
three; kits two ), four 4 and six ' ), in block
twenty-four (211. All above described nronerre
iasitusted la town of I fridge'. Park, Connty of
Aieaananr ruin aiaie or lilluoii, which 1 shall
oUV-r for sale at nubile vendue at lha front or
weet door of tbe Ceurt Mouse. In the City of
Cairo, county of A leiander and Stale of Ulmois,
on tne'un day of January, l!-7S, at II o'clocs
Uatal f!lro , Illinois, Will thy of lieywmbn:,
A. V. I77. - - I'K1KBACT. '
Sheriff of Alexander l oamy, llllnnl..
Is hereby given to Joshua U. Hall ss admin's
trator dc bonis non of the estate of Uoaea Clark,
deceased, and Kdwiu Brainard of the pendency,
In the Circuit Court of Alexander couuty, Illi
nois, of a bill In cbanosry to toruoloae a mort
gage, wherein you, toget erwith Chauncey N,
hhiuman, Louiu N. hbipruau, Jos ph W.
llreitl and Charles Edward Tracy, as Receiv
er, of the Cniro and Vincenues raiIroai, and ths
Cairo sud Vino tones railroad company era de
tenrlsnts, anil Charles C. Holten, as Receiver of
ot "the Miitti.l Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : and that the amnmona
in said cause ia returnable on tbe first dayot the
the January term, A. U. 187s, ot said Court to
be bolden at the Court House, in the city of
Cairo, in said connty, on the flint Monday of
said month. Hated Nov. 27th, 1877. .
KilIN A RKE Vlt, Clerk of said Court
- Sami slI'. Wiisslbr, Solicitor Of Complaiut
Wiwieai, On the first dsy of April, 17i,
Kmnia Canine and Robert II. Canine, lu-r hus
band, made, executed, acknowlidged, ami de
liverel, to Mrs. Caabie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassie Drips, a certain sals mortgage on lot
No. three (tl), in block No. twenty-nine it") in
Opdyke a, Myer's addition, to tbe r.iiy ol Ches
ter, in the county of itandolphaud buteoillli
noii. to secure tne payment of four eertahi pro
missory notes executed by said Robert II. Con
ine, listed April 1, 1S7, fur two hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, sine and diieen
months, respectively, from the dates th'ivof,
with ten percent, interest from the doies there
of ; which said uortgago was tl ill y rrcoided
Aprils. 1876, tin recorder's office in said Ran
dolph county, in book No. one (I) ot leases,
Ao.. on page 29 isnd
Whshbas, Sahl mortiraga pmrl les among
other things for the saio. by the said ntortgagre,
of said lot and all the rlgnt ami equity ol re
demption therein of the said grsntori, incase
ol default lu the payment of tbe said notes or
any part thereof; and
vYuhaas, Tne time for the payment of th
said notes, and each of inotu hat long since elaps
ed, and there now rein r ins dus on the laat three
ot the above mentioned notes the bum of six hun
dred snd fourteen dollars and dve cents (tilt.t5.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, thellthday of January, IS7B, at
the door of the court house in said city of Chester
at the hour or two o'clock pm.of aaid day, the
undersigned will oiler said premise lor sale to
the higheot bidder fur cash in hand and on mak
ing suid sale, win make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good aud snfflcieni deed therefor,
- - CAA8H4 lilUPa,
Formerly (.'ueale Williams
Mate of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
UrbauieJ. Lonhlenne Vs.' Msrv K- Loohlsnue.
Bill for lilvorce la Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-nsrdence of Mary E. Lon
hienne. the delendant above uuitiul, having
ueen filed in tbe omcs t the clurk of biuil
court ol Alexander county, notice is hen-by
viven to the said uon-rebldent defendant,
that the complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint in said court ou the chancery side thereoi
on the laUtday ul October, a. D. 1H77, and that a
outnmoua iberetipon iaaued out of said court
agaanut said dtlendanu, returnable on the
lirst Monday in the month of January, a. d.
l7S, ss is by law required. Now. tureture,
unless you, the said Mary lu Lonhlenne, aliail
pe sonslly be and appear betora the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
Uie next term thereof, to be holden at the court
bouse In the city of Cairo, in said county on the
Ural Monday in tbe month of January, A. L.
1s7b, and plead, answer or denial lo said hill ol
complaint, Hie same and the nuuiers and wings
therein set forth, will be taken as cun leased, and
a decree entered against you according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
JOn A. REEVE, Clerk.
V. c. Muxkit. Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. Iotb A. 1). 1B77. iiw.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Aiaxaiider couatv. January term.
A. 1. lt7.
Hcnrv Wh teams vs. Win am Eichhoff. flenrv
CichbofT, Kathi klchhoff, Charles EichhoR and
Oracle EiehhorT, bill to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Amaavu oi me non-resinence oi iicnry
Eichhoff and Kathi Eichhoff. two of the
defendants above nmed, having been filed in the
office of Uie c.erk ef said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
defendants, that theomplainant filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
Co the if. i st day of November A, I). Iti77, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, returnable oa the first
Monday of January, A . 1). l7,as is by law re
uuin d. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry Elchhof and Kathi Eichhoff shall personally be
and appear before the said circuilcourt of Alexan
der couuty on the first day of the next term there
of, to be holden at ths court house in the city of
Cairo, In said county, on the first Monday of Janu
ary A. 1). Is78, and plead, answer or demur to the
said comnlanant'abill of complaint, ths ame, and
me maiicni .net wings inercui vuaru w .micu,
will be taken aa confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said kill.
JOHN A. iSCXVE, uierx.
Geo. Ftsirii, Complainant's eolicltor.
Nov. illst, A. l. Ih77.
E. P. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron
Ha never been known to fsil In the cure of
tionto exertion, loss of memory, difficulty of
DieatniDg, general weaanesie, uorror v now.!
weak, nervous trembling, dreadful horror of
J.-.k Hiute, ,u MMlJT fmatt llIM,. it I ftl-
UMtU U 1,11, . . I, wii, . . , - .
ness of vision, Isnguor, universal laoaitude of
uie nauecuiar oyoivui, cnoiiiiuuo
dyepepb systvm, hot bands, fluahing of the
and empti .ns on the face, purilVlng the blood,
UUBlllirH 1MI Um. IU13V V. WW .jw.-n.i-'
..w.a Sw.t'.,M tho .VM. With
quail, ut-b- .iww hjiii. m.v.w
temporary sullusion aud loss of sight ; want of
attention, sto These symptoms all arise lrom
a weakness, and to remedy that use E, V. Kun
kel's bitter Wins ol Iron. 1' never falls. Thou
sands are now enjoying health who i.ave used
it. tiet the genuine. Sold only iu H hollies.
Take only E. F. Kunkel's. '
Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron. This
ti til r veiuuble tonlo has beea so thoroughly
tented bv ail classes of lh community that II Is
now deemed indtapsnusbleas a Tonlo niedlclne.
It costs but little, purifies tbe blood, and gives
tone to the steaiacb, renovates the system aud
n'w o'uly'aska trial of this valuable Ionic
Price tl per twills. K. r. KUNKEL, Sole
Proprietor, No. 'Hi Ncuth Niuth St., below
Vlne,Phlladel.hU, Pa. Ask for Kunkel's Bit
ter Wine of Iron, and tnks no other. A photo
graph of tbe proprietor on tach wrapper, all
others are connterMt
He wars ol CounterfVits , Po not let youi drug
glst.ell you any but Ki'Kksl's. which Is put up
only as above represented. You cbb get six
bottles for IV All 1 ask la en simple trial.
Tape Worm Removed Alive.
Head and all complete In two hour. No fee
till bead passe I. Seat Pin and Stomach Worms
removed by Dr. Kcnxbl, North. Ninth bL
Advice free. No fee until head and all passes
In one. an! alive. Dr. Knnkel la in only suc
cessful physician In Ikis Bounty for th reooval
oi Worms, sad his Woaa Siacr la pleaasui and
af forcblldreB or grown persons, bend for
clr.-nlsr or ssk for a bottle or Kcsxat's Wotai
arncr. PrtcellsbBttls, Ost Itol yourlrtut
list, It never tails.
Ars not sdveilited ss "enrs-alls," bsa are sasclP
ks la the dlssssas tor which laey are rataiXr- " v
NATURAL 8ELXCTION. . . "
Investigators of astnral science has dstane- v
strated beyond eontraversy, that thrtmfVmr lha
animal kingdom the "survival ol the ttusr" is that i
only law that vouchsaiea Ihnft and Berpataaty,
Does apt the aane principle govern tare aosswesriat
prosperity of mast Aa m arier csbbu suparaede a n
superior articla . By reason of superior atarli, iir,
Ficru4rs Htandard Medicines nave ontiivsled sQ .
others. Their sals us ths United States slone ex
ceeds on millioa dollars per aannra, while the
aaaount exoorted fcota un to severaJ hundred thov
sand store . No Business could grow to sack gigan
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis I baa
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Blocd-cleaasing.
Golden Medical Discovery ..
Golden Medical Discover Th
Is s Cholagogue, er Liver Stimtuaat,
Golden Medical Discovery -
Is ionic. ' : ,
Golden Medical Discovery . : .
l,y reason of its alterative aroperties. cures diseases
of the Ulondand Kkin, as ;rofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumor,; I leers, or Uld Sores ; Blotches; fimples;
and Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung AUoo- -lions;
Incipient Consumption ; Lingering Cough ; 1
and Chronic Laryngitis, lis Chotali.gue propertiee
render it aa unequalcd remedy lor BdiouMesaiTor.
Did Liver, or "Liver Ctmnlalnt :' and its Tonic
properties make Ueejually csWaciousin curing lndi; ' '.
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsia.
Where the skin is sallow and eiivnrd with blot.
chrs and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med.
uiscorery win tnect ao enure cure, it you feet
dull, drownv. orohitilatrii. ha aalliiw enlar nf .bin
or yellowish brown spots a face or body, frequent
neauacne or uisi.ness, oaa usia in mojub. Internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low swttiui
snd gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and
toncuc coated, vou are sufterinr from Tamid fawte j'
or iiiiiuusDess. in many cases ot" Liver Lout- .
plaint, only part of these symptoms are exper-'
leeced. As a remedy for all smb eases. Dr. Pierce's ;
Crolden Medical Discovery bas ao eauaL aa it effects
perfect cures, leaving the liver strengthened and 1
P. P. P. P,
Purely VegetauSf. ' No Care Kcnuirert
while L'alnx lliom.
Hu'rl i'i!. i:;,n,'i r-iit.;. ui-tti-i,
- v v -. v, Ai-bit in
PAIiVll I'llVnlil or.r-.lu I..... .... ,
seeds, and are sugar-coated they remove the "
necessity ot ukrng the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore so much iu use.
An icmiout lor iivauacnc, uiiiness. nusn ot
IUotl to the Head, Tightness about the Chist, Bad
I aite m the M'Mith. Eructations Horn lha stomach.
rtilinn. A.ia.L. .l....r..tl Dn .. .1 L' : .t
r- i wuiw, ui m. iiiuucys,
Uighly-ColBied Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Ficrcc's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are unsurpaMan.
Furthermore, 1 wourd say thtl their action ia urn.
venal, not a gland ecaplirg their Ktsilive Impress. '
Age does But impair Uie properties ei Sese Pellets.
They are sugnr-coated and inclosed inc.: -us bottles.
J - , " "' "crv. i.t.iniinu
tor any length of lime, so that they are alw.j, irtjh.
u., ,. .in. riimuii iac wnn lucse pills
which are put up is cheap wnodeo or pasteboard
boxes. The daily u.e of two i'elleis has cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, letter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils, blotches, 1'irapieo, bore Eyes,
and tr ptions. Th.y are, however, recommended
to be ukea in connection witb the Uoidea sledicai
Discovery, in order to secure the best results.
""" ' KAVOKirK
The remedial lnsnarrm nt of those dlsetisss
peculi'ir to women has afforded a large expeii
euoe at the World's Diipeuaary, of which lv
Fierce is the chief consuliiiig phystoian, In adapt
ing remedies for their cute. jr. Pierce's Fa v.
onte Fiescriptiun ia the result of this extended
experience, and has become juotly o.lebraied for
its many and reuiarkablecuren of all those chion
ic diseases and
PECULIAR TO I'
Favorite Prescription Is a Powerful Itastorative '
Tonic to the entire system. Ills a nervine of un
surpassed efficacy, and, while it quiet nervous -irritation,
it strengthens the enfteblrd ntrvous
system, thereby restoring it to healthful vigor.
Th following diseases are among those in which
ths Favorite PrescriDtion
eurts, vis: Leucorrbma, or "Whites," Exces- " '
sive Flowing, 1'ainiul Menstruation. Uanatural
Suppressions, Weak Baek, i'rolapsus, or falling
of the Uterus. Anteve.ist-n, Ketroveieloa, Bear
ingvown Sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulceration ol the Uterus, Inter
nal Ilcat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Dea-
ponuenor, anu very many otner Chronic atsear es
peculiar to women, but not mentioned here.
The following Ladles are a faw-of tbe many
thousands who can testily to ths efficacy of Dr.
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Mrs Cornelia Allison, Feosta, Iowa, Mrs Tbos
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ton, Fa ; Mis Mary A llunolt, Ejilna, Mo; Mrs
mary a rnauie, s.cnmaii, rat airs V aiitLI,
t'billicotlie, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Maloas, West
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Dashisld, Norfolk, Va ; Mrs C AUison, Proctor, .
Iowa; Mrs J N Vernon, St. Thomas, Oat; Mr
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Aid i Miw Luoy O.liman, Itarocsvllle, Ohio, Mrs
Nancv McNaught, Jeffrrsoa, Iowa; Mrs L 4i
Btsmrod, Frieadehip, N Y ; Miaa EUea Cady, .
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NY; Mrs B N Rooks, Grand Rapid, Mich, Mrs '
FU Webb, Waiertown.N Y. Tbousamls of ref
erences can he given at tne World' Vlspsusarv,
Dr. R. V. Pissca Is th sole proprietor and
manufacturer of th foregoing remedies, all of
which arc sold by drnggiata. lis Is also tit
Author of tbe People's Common bease Medic I
Adviser, a work ofnearlv one thousand inures,
with two hundred and eighty-two wood-engrav- .
ings and colored plates, lie has already sold of
this Popular work . , s
Over 100,000 Copies!
TRICE (post paid) $1 SO.
Address : ' ' '
It. V. riEItCE, JI. D.
World' Itlapcaaar)-, Rawalst, IV. Y.
Public notice i -hereby given that tbe
partnership exlntlnff between W. K.
Schuckers and R. li Tblelscke I on tt ta,
the flint day of January. A. It. 1877, dl.
eolved, K. II. Tbleleeke retirlt-a; from tbe ,
Arm and W. T. Behuekers cuutluulnf the
buslnoas under bis owxsnaine. Mr. w.' It. '"
Sohucker assuming all llabilille and 01
lectlng a I the debu due the former finel ;
Dated Jaunary 1st, A. P.. 1877. 1 "- n '
( . w.r.ecawittei!