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CAIEO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
JnUetln Buildlxur, Oo Twelfth 8 tree
and WMhiikftoB Avenae,
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irrwM Hodr From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Onlr 8:00 a.in. to 5:00 p.m.
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U It Dally.
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Up, Son. To. Fri.
Frlilay 4t Haturday
O. W. McKbaio, P. M.
BT. I0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
- & SOUTHERN R. P..
Ixprees leaves Celrndaily....- 'i "'p. m.
(xi icm arrives at Cairo dally ...sra's. m ,
accommodation leave Cairo dully.. 2 :00a.m.
tieoioaUiloa arrive dally (exes
dundav) - 11 on ' m
47 Miles the Shortest to
mm, mm mm
34 Miles the Shortest to
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rilX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
Halting Same Coansctioiis,
l eestngere by other routes to make
Connection a mun ride all night wait-
j iDK rrom w -
t email country atatlons for
C trains of connecting roads.
aemomber that fact and take our
5:00 a. m. TraiDreachiog
toll!., Isiiuajolis, tei4ioi!S
T reins Item and arrive at Caio. aa follow!
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rarougu ticket aod chesis to all Important
A MILLER, B. L. MOBBILL,
den' I'eae Ag't. GeaerelSsp
,L. B. UiLBClI.
, Pass. Agent.
JAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Mllesthe Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LIME
rlie trams of this company connect l St
Loiia and Hast 81. Louis, with all Iher
Lee U the Aortal, Kernel Maid Wel.
J;-av test St. L.ui - :.5.m
i. . ! Cairo :0p,ra
' L r " W- 11. MACFAKLANd
Ticket and rretght Agent, telro.
J. A. WENT Gem ml Passenger Agent.
.1. Abr.LL. Agent at Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
li DUO L I
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
sVItu direct Connections lor
'BiiMPm, w? mi mm1
ETravelerg ..elrlng a
PKKDY, PLEASANT and" COMFOKT
Should remember thatthe
BALTIMORE i& OHIO RAILROAD
la celebrated lor Iti
ilepiint Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Grand
and ueautimi Mountain ana valley
Sceneiy, and the many points
Uidtorical Interest Along
-uarrare WiU aUWAtSbe as LOW
U' as by any , her Line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
. Between;tUe. Principal
Wectern and Eastern Cities.
rnr throiiirh tickets, baggage checks.
movement of trains, deeping car accouv
nodations, etc., etc., apply t ticket ofllcei
tt all principal points.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
Doriey, ' L.ll. Cole
. Ait. lUstet ef Transp'a
ASK tue Teosversd
ituflisn r, yiotlms of
feyerand agtie, tin
bow tUey rtcov
Iilritfl, and good K"
petit tbey Wilt !'
you by taking Win-
TlItCllEArKl Asillrl i'AMLY 5IKD-
Por UVSHEl'SIA. CONSTirATION.Jaudice,
lliuuit atluri-s, SICK IlkAUAtHE. Colic, 1 -renlonof
SpiriU., bOtllSTOACJI, Heart
i amiihonf ltemeW Is war
ranted not to contain a .article ol mcuij
er any injurious subkUnw, boMi
en.lai.in.tiuie. KmthemnottHd feeiiowbleb I
an all wlw, provUlence liua .I1 in rwiuu-M
wnere f.iver I'latm.-
Wri !bj XrwKeiBWl'
tiTT . '-v , . I
Ibeiyinp'oiusor Liver uompnini are a ou
ter or IwU ImU; in Hit luouthi J'aiu in t twe,
Sides or J'linia, oiun uiiai'iken lor i ivuina
tianiisniir Hoinai li. lo6 ol uiiiietile, uoei
sltrrnutely conuve and lax uxii'Ucliv, l"". "
memory, wit i a paiujui icubiuuu i
l'aileil to do aomeUiiiig vtbn-,11 ouUl to hae
Inend ine, debility, low apirils, a ibkk yel
low suiiearance ol the akin and ejes, a dry
couirh olu-n uiieluli. n for conuiniti'n.
rxUM uue uiany of tle mptoiu atund
the disease, St oilier very lew, but tlie liver, li.e
largent orifaniu Hie bod,', la generally the hrn
of iliMae and if not regulated In tune, gn at
suffering, wretebuluem siidiikAlU tti.l cu
sue. I run reniiTiiiii-nd aa iin eflraurlout remedy for
dlnetuieaol Die Liver, llmrtlium and Iriieiia,
himiiioni' l.iver JU-KcJab r. l.awm l'nueu,
n& Mailer ttrcet, Aamataut roauuaskr, 1'UII-
We have tested in virtues, jn-rsonally, and
nOW that lor llJUpep-d', UlllOU;liera Ull'l
I tirobliiriK lieadaotie it u the beat uieuicme tue
world ever aaw, We have tried forty oilier
reinediea before flmmoni' Liver Lvgulatur,
but none of lie in Kave ut more than temporary
relief; but Hie Uegulator not only relievfd
but cureil us. to. Jtaxauajrn anu uhim-
oaa, Macon, Ca.
Vnthmtr ta ao nnoUajiant. nothing ao common
as bail breath, and in neaily every case itvomee
Irolu the stiiiuacb , and can be so easily correct
ed if you will Like Mimuous' Liver Htvulator,
1)0 not oeKlei t to aure a remedy for luis re
pultlve di.ordtr. It will alaj improve vour
Appttiie, cjinplexiou, and (tneral Health.
SICK HEADACHE -
This distressing affliction occurs most fre
quently. 1 he disturbance ol the stomach,
analog from imierlcolly tlieal'l conienu,
eaiiie a severe pain in in heal, accompanied
with diaagreoiUx nauaea, and tins eoii-mutes
er.ut la Hp.ilaiij known aa an.k lleudiv:Lc. 1 or
prompt re. H 1
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
IC1NIE, ( onlains four meiliral elements, never
fonnd in tlie Mine nappy propurtion in uny
other prvparaliou, via: a gentle Catltarii'. a
iowerlul tonic, n unexceptiri.abl alteraiive
and a certain Corrective of all impurities oi
'he body. Muchaigiutl succea has aitvieltd ita
uu t si it la now regarded ai tha
EKFKC1UAL SPE' irC
A8 s Kemcdy in
M tL.VKlOl'H FKVi:as liOKI. COM
I'l.Al.M, iysi'Kl.-IA, MKNTAI. I)E1'K- S
M'.N, KKM'I.fcSSNESS, JAIPUR A -MC.SICK
HKAl'ACrtK. W 1C, tuXrllf
A11U.S and 111 -.l0l .SMr.3S
IT HAM NO htlL'AL.
Armed with ihisA.TirOTE, all changes ol
ellruate anil water and food rny be fared w!:b
oul lear. Aa a lielucdy lu SlALAHIul.S
KKVfcltS, lldvVKL COMPLAINT."!, UKS1-LtS.-i.Nk.bS.
. I AL'MJlCK, NAL'kKA.
MaMTACTtMl D ONLY HT
J. II ZMI.EN,
I'nce l.f1. Sold by all Iiiuggi:t.
WHOLESA1.K AD IlETAIL.
IM THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Commerci Ave.
0. 0. PATIElt & CO.
COME AND SEE ME ! ,
I am now olleriny iuy entire
For the Kext Thirty Juy
Ai I intend to pat the bustum,
PARTIES IV SEARCH OF
,Ti) I '
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL
GIVE ME A CALL.
I. WALD E
Cor. Cth Street and Ohio l.eyte
NO CURE-NO FEE;
Ulf Wl RjmI WMbiuvln linmu Cbi.-trn, fi-r II'- n't or all
iTivtl), Chronlf-anil S(i.l Lliv, K(.rFtlrtul v Iiphs
Nfpvso JU'blllty, unit Lut Mum h nod, p .nmtlv
rttm). 1.U. U fckxsJualf of tlifl li.'fotm rVl.fol. iin. ;i' nn
Vr-rvur) hat the Ivjmi pnw li. t in tti I'ttiwd Ht.ti L.
IHKSiTuWrsgtmliiVfni nnk hnm arir Ixukrrl, call frwfl r.
Evrry oHivfiil.'nr fi psUlont. hftitl Urtv tVttte fur M A It
jiK tl lDK! T pi, lllusirml. ), Altlfl .U
I.ADItH and ntlwiM wtid Fifty t'lttil f.-r S411. i-lt f )Uty
it titwit an! ('inwlar nflmtsnrtrtnt liifiartfmikitn bv fsismw, C.n
wllMlkBftaihleba.ki.tiai. tIUlU K.irJ. IIIK i a Uu-
U XT TOIIBR.
Dealer in', Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
1 merolal Avennes, adjoining
OAmOIIiLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1878.
u ,"S all-in.
8t;itistlta lately made public iliow the nheep
in the VHrloti countries noted, below to bo
as folio!: In the United Kingdom, In
18,6, Uiere'were, 32,2j2,!iT8. sheep; In Ku
1 1870, there were 43,130,000; In Ger
many, la JSM, there were 24,990,40C; in
Austria, In-1971, there were 20 mm; in
France, In I72 .tisjre were 21,580,047; and
In Mpaiu' In W!. tav- were 22.0M.8C9
kkelni; at,olalIiiEHi'eof about ')00,.
" AltoWMM, er, w.iw;
f o)4)j Hope, 10,000,000; Hiver Pis-
' C0,00".,0-0 Morth America. 60,00.
3a.'i,lKi,uOQ. 't'nrkey, N'nrth Afnce, Persia,
etc., eay Ci,000,(XO; Jndia and China, Siy
3.).0W,(iOC. Grand total. 41.000,(00.
It in not every shori-horn male call that
is lit for a aire, ana sum? a one tbat is sold
for a piece should have been sent to the
shambles when youn or rown bh a steer.
It every lanuer wouid make it a leature to
(trow ono, two or more ahort-horn steern,
half or three- quartern blood or seven
ei'Q'J, or even full bloods we should soon
buantof a belter clu-s of cef. Such beef
would pay better lor both produoor and
consumer, at leaat there certainly would
be mure pleasure In the buslncra ol both
parties. We submit that it is too common
a practke to turn off to the shambles all
male calves as well as all male iambs. Let
us have a lew more fat wethers, as wall an
a few more fat steers, and better beef as
well Jui better muttun.
VF.GITAnLJts FOR P0ULTHV.
The Poultry World makes the timely
iUK?e'tion that onions chopped up tresh
once a week, in cold weatuer, are a very
good change lor "freen feed" to loul stock
after they are hou-ed lor the winter. This
vegetable in eagerly eitcu by poultry,
young are old, if not too layily fed to them,
or given to oiten. It helps to keep ver
min o!T their bodies, too, as the garlic
work, outwardly, through the akin-pores,
as well as inwardly upon the digestive
functions. lUw vegetables, cboppedfine
such as cabbage, turnips, rutabagas and
carrot will all be eaten with avidity by
fowls in cold weather if fed to thf m with
discretion, and not too Irevucntly. And
sonic of tbee arc a desideratum to our
poultry !toi k, during the months when
they cannot have acces ta the fields or or
chard, for grass, etc.
I never throw bones away, but on the
contruy gather all I can tlod scattered
ako.ii, iud purchase all I can get, to man
ulactre into a fertilizer. Tho process is
very simple and inexpensive. Take a
atroiu', tight barrel, or Home Urge boxes
conatructed lor the purpose, and place a
covering in the bottom of about four inches
ol unleactied as-hts; upon this place a lay
er 0 bones as close as they can be picked
t .gether, and then civcr with unlescned
:.."hei, so as hide the bones completely.
Vvben another layer of bones can be placed,
and thus alternate ashes and bones, until
the ver-tl is IsCiled, ll the vessel is very
large, water hould be poured In when
eveiy lour five layers arc on; but with a
common barrel it is sufficient to pour in a
couple ol paillulls when tile barrel is lull,
or better still, place the ve'stde out in the
yard, where it will yy.l surtlcient moisture
.rem occasional showers. -If kept under (
cover, water has to be snpolied in very
sm nl cuautilies, sufficient- to keep the
mass trolst. Leave the vessel thus all win
ter, and in 'lie spring it will be found that
the bones a'c disolved. I empty the mix
ture ont, and add hen tnsnure lor my on
ion bed, ortlecomposed grasses and weeds,
or stable manure, lor other vegetables.
St. Louis, Mo.
IH08. A.RICE, A. M.I.I. B.,
IAS. BICE, A. M.,
I. H. HURW00D, ,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP,! $81 00
T03T Complete, Thorough anl Prsctlca
il course of .-tudy in the United Mate a
course IndiPiiensible to every young ma eni
lnukii:K4B the as of life.
For niuitrated Circular,
IHud.sxURICK. A. M., L. B..
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
NorvMdiina. V. inrnte paid.
A4drrf t. A. OltAM l'0.( ,
Uoue ni iiiociunau,
ApreM. ciooilnfitfiptn. li.nn
rei I eil.'i el-iiiM Illierul.Par
, .i .Worlii I o.M.LuUi...Nii
City Katlonal Bank BulMlng, up.stairs.
1h Oldest Eitabllshed Alfency in Souiliera
Illinois, and representing ovrr
Siitesand l'rovinces to ansmer this adverti
ment. Addrns, "uSSnl'j.
A new and wonderiul Invention for
Wanning, Wanbes like magic ; better than
loap for washing anything; waxbes In one
third of the time; wanues In bard or soft,
.... i I . . V. I uu . I .
ooi or um waier: iub uuiy preparavion
ever ln.ver.ted that will prevent woolens
from shr nkni: worth four times its nrlua
Irona shrink'ng; worth four times Its price
ir washing woolens aione.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
'They will rejoice both lor economy's sake
and the saftey ol Ueir clothing, and tbat it
can no more injure doming or nanus tnan
common warm water."
SCABUHY cfc jnIM.
21 Piatt Street, New York.
B3rJarchy Bros, will supply trade In
, V , j, The nilferenc.
. ' vi"iVr.ary Porous i'laster, on account
v rvcii'lur mechanical action, Is esteem-
n' m a.' '.ir (.. I merit; but Henson's Capctne
' ' ', ,-C"t is considered an artlclo of
eAUuuroiu.iy m nt. It l as the same
me.chanli'al action aoo, in adjtb n, pos-
ses-ee medicinal qualities ot a remarkable
nature, wnicn causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
stherP rous Piasters will not even relieve
For Klicumatiaru, I-amc in k Itnck, Splsa
IiineuM, Crick In tha Hark. Kidney liiseaas,
Sprains and Uralses, rievert i'aina awl Btitchn,
lVealncai of tin liuek. ic
The loanulacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Eeceived the Highest Medal at the Centennial,
It Is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
realities attracted the attention 01 the Cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of physicians
who visited the Centennial, who pronounc
ed it the best remeiy ever invented for the
1 5ove aliments. Sold py all Druggists.
Price, 25 cents.
ST Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
By an lmmonse practice, extending thronph a
periol of years, having within that time treated
many thousand cases of those dl-eases peculiar
to woman. I have been enubled to perfect a
most fioient and ap-eeable medicine that meets
tho indications presented by that class of dis
eases wiUi po.itive certainty and exactness.
To desipi.ne ibis natural specific compound,
I buvo nauivd it
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The terra, however, Is bnt a feeble expression
of my hiKh appreciation of its value, based upon
personal observation. As a close ob
nave, wni e WltneAmni, Ita noail ka re-
iave, while witnessing it
suius In the few special diseases incident to the
sepurale onsnnbrni of woman, singled it out as
the climax or crowulua; gem of my
medical eareor. On its merits, as a posi
tive, aaie, and effectual remedy for this cists
uf diseases, and one that will, at all times and
under all circumstances, act kindly and In har
mony with the laws which Rovern the female
system, I am willing to stake my reputation as a
physician. Kay, even more, so conlident am 1
ftmt it will not disappoint the most sanguine
expeetatioujof a single invalid lady who uses tt
for any of the ailments for which I recommend it,
that IotTer nnd sell it under A POSITIVE
GUARANTEE. If a beneficial eileci ta nol
experienced bv the time two-thirds of the con
tents of the botlle are used, I will, on return ol
the bottle, two-thirds of the medicine having
been taken according to directions, and the case
ocing one for which I recommend it, promptly
refund the moeoy rwIJ for iu IM I not ihe
m't perfect confidence in lis virtues, I could not
wuar it a i aw -unaer uie.' e"-jill(ltl,; utt, wav
ing witnessed its truly mlracnleus r ire. in thou
sands of coses, I feel warranted and
perfectly safe la risking both my
reputation audi my money on lu
The following nre among those diseases in
winch my Favorite Prescription has
worked cures, as if bv magic, and with a cer
taiuly never before attained bv any medicino:
Leiworrbiea, Excessive Flowing, Painful
Monlhlv Periods. Simnressions when from un
natural causes. Irregularities, Weak Back. I'ro
Inpsus, or falling of the Uterus, Ameversion and
Retroversion, llearing Down sensations. Inter
nal Heat, Kervoua Depression, Debilitv.
pondency, Thrciaencit Miscarriage, Chconie
Congestion, inoanunatlon and Clcciation of tlie
I'U'rus. Impoiency, Barrenness, or Sterlhtv, Fe
male Weakness, and very manv other chronio
dieoases Incident to woman not mentioned here.
In all n (lections ot this nature, my Favorite
Prescription works cures the marvel of
tho world. This medicine I do not extol as a
cure-all, but it admirahlv fullllls a single
nesi of purpose, being a moat perfect
specific in ad chronic diseases of the sexual svs
tcm of woman. It will not disappoint, nor will
it do harm, in any state or condition.
Thoe who dc-ire further information on
these subjects can obtain It in The, People's
Common .isnse Medical Adviser, a book
ot over iwO pages, sent, post-paid, on receipt
of fl.SO. It treats minutely of those diseases,
peculiar to Females, and gives much valuable
adv.ee in regard to the management ol Qiose
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION SOLD
BY ALL. DHIGGISTS.
R. V, PIERCE, M, D, IWr,
BUFFALO, X. Te
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January term,
A. I). 1K7S.
Hfnrv Whitcamn vs. William Eichhofl. Hennr
ElchhoiT, Kathi Kichhoff, Cliarles KichhoS and
(iracia EiehhorT, bill to reform and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
araaavii 01 tne non-rrsiaence oi nenry
F.ichhoff and Kathi LichhorT. two cf the
defendants above naned, having been filed is tna
omce ot tne c era et tarn circuit court ot Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to laid non-resident
delrndants, t.at the complainant filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the 2 'at day of November A. U. le'77, and that
a summons thereupon issued out ef tarn court
against said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. D. 1S7S, as is by law re
quir d. Now, therefore, unlets yon, the said Hen
ry Kichhoff and Kathi Kichhoff shall persunslly be
and appear before the said circuit court of Alexan
der couuty on die first day of the next term there
of, to be nolden at the court bouse in the city of
Lairo,in said county, on the first Monday of Janu
ary A. I). le7&, and plead, answer or demur to tne
said complanant's bill of complaint, the smt, and
tne nutters ana tnings tnerein cnargea ana tiaiea.
will be taen as cnfjued. and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said bill.
JOHM A a K, viicra.
Gin. FlSHU, Complainant's Solicitor,
Nov. Jlst, A. U. 1077,
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander Couaty, January
Term, A. D. 1878.
Ueorce Weiss vs. Mary Volte, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolle and Arnstine Nolle Bill to turacleae
mortgage i chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Mary Nolts,
Anna N'olte, Ida Nolle and Arnttinc Nolle, the de
tndantt above named, having bsea filed in the
office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill f complaint In said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the ?Hh day of October, A. 1).
1877, and that s summons thereupon issued out of
laid Court asiiinst said defendants, returnable on
thf first Monday of January, A. I. IK7S, as is by
law required . Now, therefore, unless yeu, the said
Mary Nplte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle snd Arnsti
Nulla snail personally be and appear before, the laid
Circuit court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to be holden at the Court
house in the cilyot Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. 1, 1878, ai.d plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's bill ol
complaint, the same, and the matters therein
charged and stated, will be taken aa confessed, and
a decree entered against you according tt the
prayer of said bill
JOHS A. REEYK, Clerk.
GRQRtiB FisHtn, Complainant's Solicitor,
October0, 1H77. (Nov 1. s)
It Is ordered that a sneeial term of the Alex
ander Circuit Court be commenced and held at
the court house In the city ot Cairo on Monday.
the SUtdsy or December, A. U. 1877. Said term
to be devoted exclusively to Ihe bearing of Chan
cery causes and the transaeUon of basinets est
me men eery uocsev. ioiar a. nxs-va,
Circe it Clerk
Caiho, Ills., Nov. tt, 1K7. ,
ii heroby given llwt, by vlrueof a decree of the
Connty Court of Alexander County la the htate
of Illinois, rendered al the November Urm,
A. I. I77. I, augusl Watermeicr, vlminiitra
torof tbeEilale of Kredenck Watermeicr, da
cewed, wtll sell at public ven.ne on the 24th
day of Ieoe.nlier, A. D. 1477, at tne weal door
j ?iu'ny.". ft 0icikTm. of said
i , i ' r
subject to the widow's dower interest therein
fur the iaymrnts of the debts of aaie Kitate of
r rid rick Watrimeier, deceased, the following
Uracribad property, to-wit :
The south X of nortbwt-si, quarter ef north
west, quarter in section thlrtf-six town
ship, fllieen (It) south range twe (2). west ef
t is 3rd princltial meridian lituata in aald coantT
ui Aiejianuer anu niaicor Illinois.
Terms ol rialeCash in hand upon approval
of laleanddellverr of deed
Administrator of the Ksute ol f'rtd Water
. Dateil Cairo, I1I.,Njt llt,l77.
By eirtue of two executions to me directed, by
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander coun
ty, ia the State of Illinois, one in favorof W il
ium M Atherton, and one in t.vor of Jada
Alherloa and agaiust A, C. Hodges. Br., decaaa-
eil. 1 have levied upon ths following described
property, to-Wit: Lou two ), lour () snd
is (:), ill bloi k three (1); lots one (1), three (.1),
live (..) and ,even (7), in block four () ; lots' twe
(.'), four (S) and tls (ii), in block Ave o) ; lot, two
W.fourH), six (), eight () and ten (10), in
block sis (i ; luu two (-'), lour (4). six (),
eight (s) and ten (10), in b'ock seven (7) ; lota
tw U, lour (4),kix ( , eight (8) aad tea (li) ,
in bl ck eight () ; lot ten (lu), in block Ihlr
teen (13 ; lots five () and eight (8), in block
funrtcen (14) ; lots three (.), live ("), seven (7)
snd nine (!'), in block fifteen (l') ; lots two (x),
four (I) and sis (C). In block sixteen (18) ; lots
one (I), three (3), live ('.) and seven (7), in bloel
seventeen (17) i lots two (J) four () snd six (a),
in block eighteen (is); lots one (I), three (.1).
five A, seven 7, in block nineteen (1911 lots
two vii, four i4) and six (8), In block twtniy(20ij
lots one ilj, three i;)i, Ave (6) and seven (71, ia
block tweniy-one (il); lots two CO, four 4 snd
sir (Hi. in block twenty-two ii): lota one (I),
three 13), five !) and seven (7l. in bloca twenty
three; lots two (.'), fonr 14 and sit i, in blook
twen'.y-luur (4). All above described properly
is situated in town of Hodge's Park, county ef
Alesander and slats of Illinois, which I shall
offer for sale at public vendu at ths front or
west door of the Ceurt House, in the City ot
Cairo, county of Alexander and Htate of Illinois,
on tne ttthday of January, 1871, at 11 e'oloea
Dated Cairo , Illinois, 13tk day nf Deoeniber,
A.D. 1877. J'KIER 8 A UP,
Bherlff of Alexander Ceanty, Illlneu.
Whxeias. On. the first dsy of April, 1ST,
Emma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and de
liverel, to Mrs. C'asaie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassie Drips, a certain aaie mortgage on lot
No. three (3), in block No. twenty-nine (') in
Opdyke & Myer's sddition, to the city oi Ches
ter, in the county of Randolph and fctate of 1111
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory notes executed by said Robert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, 1H70, tor two hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, nine and fllieen
months, respectively , from tha dates thereof,
with ten percent, interest front the dotes there
of; which said mortgage was Duly recorded
April 8, UM, tlie recorder's onice ia said Ran
dolph county, in book No. one (I) oi leases,
etc. , on page fell : and
WiixiiKAs, Said mortgage provides among
other things for the sale by the said mortgagse,
ef said lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, in eass
ol default In the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
vViimtBAi, The time for the payment of tha
aald notes.and each of them hss long since elsjis
ed, snd there now remains due on toe last three
ot tin above mentioned notes the i una of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and five cents 114. 06.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on '1 bnrsday, tlieUlhdsyof January, 1578, at
the door of the court house in said city of Chester
at the hour ot twoo'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will ofler said premises tor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
S.aiHkwa, mii'i uh4u)l,.im umf,
a CAS1K DJUPa,
Formerly Cassis Williams
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexauder couaty, January
L'rbaineJ. Lonhiennevs. MarvE. LoDblenue.
Bill for Divorce In Chancery.
Albdavit of the non-nsidenee of Mary E. Loa
bienne, the defendant above named, having
been filed in the onice f the clerk of said
court ol Alexander couaty, notice is hereby
yiven to tlie said non-resident defendant,
that tlie complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereol
on the luth day of October, a. D. 1877, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of sai.l court
against said defendants, returnable on the
first Monday in the month of January, a. d.
1878, as is by law required. Nuw. threfore,
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhlenne, shall
personally lie and appear belore the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at the court
bouse in the city of Cairo, in said county oa ths
firBt Monday in the month of January, A. D.
In7d, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the same and the maaera and things
therein set forth, will be taken as conlessed, and
a decro entered against you according te the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
W. C. Ml'LKXY, Complainant's Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. lain A. I. Is77. w.
Is hereby given to Joshua O. nail ss adminis
trator de bonis non of the estate of Hosea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin Braiuard of the pendency,
in the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to loreclose a mort
gage, v. herein you, toget erwtik Ckauncey N.
fliiDman, Louisa N. Shlpman, Jos ph W.
Drexel and Charles Edward Tracy, as Receiv
ers of the Cairo and Vinoennes railroad, and ths
Cairo sud Vineinnsa rail road oomnan vara de
fendants, and Charles C. Holten, as Receiver of
oi "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, Is complainant : and that the summons
In said cause is returnable on the first day ol the
the January term, A. D. 1S78, oi said Court te
be holden at the Court limine, in tha cite of
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 27th, 1877.
JOHN" A. REE Vet. Clerk of said Coort
Saui.il p. WniBLEB, Solicitor of Complaint
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