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I. OBMLT. . W. YATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W.PYATT i CO,,
City National Bat1
' . Proprietors,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
BolUtin Building-, Oof. Twelfth 8 tree
end WaabineTtoit Avenue,-
Otte. StOlattla SU41ai Oozaos TwUtl ttsew, sua.il "WisManrtoaa. Jk.tresa'aa.
- Oiro. Xlllrxolsw
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1878.
IJ'Oiimiv and RallroodWork especially
Jkkick llouita-Frovn 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
i.m.; Humlay from 7to8a.in. Money
i-rMH) H.tn. to 5:00 jt.nu
,'.1:80 J Illinois CentralR!!
i.00 I 2:
Miss. Control B &
Cairo A Vlnccnnes
Cnlro, Arkaniuui A
Tevm K It Daily.
Ohl Blyer He hi Ui
Minn. River IlMll
tip, Huh. Tu. Frt.
Krliluy A Saturday
O. W. McKxaiq, P. M.
5T. LOUIS JR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN It. R. ,
(xpr.a leaves Calrodaily ,'2-on p. ro.
tipi-MM arrives at Cairo daily... 4 :'. ni,
accommodation leaves Cairo lul)y...2:0b t. m.
Aceomo.bitlon arrives dally (exce
aiiridavl 11 "i m
. TO EVANSVILLE,
47 Miles tho Shortest to
ratf i m
34 Miles the Shortest to
siiiMjali., Ftiliislpiii fa fori
OVr.ll TRAIN JK
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
tasssingere by other routes to make
Uoaactiost must ride all ntcht wait
ing from One to Six Hours at
small country stations for
trains of oounectinit roads.
lemember that fact and tako our
6:00 a. m. Train,, reaching
aTju.iii.E, iUXu. . K.i4.l '"'
8 Aid .2 DAY.
J tains leave audatrive at Cuiro. as follows
Sail nves :'-0 a. I
a mil " - 1 ''? "'
tli.il arrlvel ",!"" P- n'.
-iixed " . a. in.
througu tickets ami checks to all Important
A KILLER, H. L. MOHRILL,
ja Pass Tlg't. Gent nl Bap
. I.. I). CHL'RCII,
iJAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
, 61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
PMK trains of this cirrpany connect 1 1 St
L a ;U and F.ant St. Louis, with all User
m u Uie North, l.oi.at mid Weal.
r.-ire nt.-t. Louu..
MstSuL u!i :l.la.m
; -..V ut Cairo... - 6:0up.IU.
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Ticket and Freight Ai.'cnt, t airo.
J. A. rt'KN'fp (iuni ml I'aiweui.-cr Agent.
.". AHKI.L, Agent lit Cniro
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
mm hi 1 1
HIE SUOKTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
With dlroct Connections for
'woeuhia, m.m MUf
Travelers o-sliing .a
MMfiKDY.'-rLKASANT and! OOSLKOKT.
Should remember tbat'tbe
tBALTIMOREIS OHIO RAILROAD:
; is teJebratcil lor Its
.tlogant Coaches, Splen lld Hotels, Urand
and Beautiful Mountain end ValloyJ
Sennet y, and the many points
U Istorlcal Interest Along
Us Line. .
JFara will ALWAYS be as LOW
as ty any her Line,
rULLMAN PALACE CAR
, ' Uotweentbesjl'rluolpal
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through tickets, baggage cheeks,
anvninnntof trains, sleeping car aooom-
moditlons, etc., etc., apply attiukot ouices
at all principal points.
ATOBTH, SOUTH, EAST or WKDT
!., P, Barry,
L. M. Cole
den. Ticket Act1
tfaster of Transp'n
c:::;i, Mkt mm
ASK tne recoTtrcd
siTrr, Tictiml of
feyerand acae, Ui
meourlal dlaeaaed p'
tlent, how they recoy
nplrlw, and good ap
piUt tbey will tel
you by taking Sim-
AND Iltbl' KAMLY MED-
ICI-VEIS I'HK W01U.li.
For DVSI'Kl'SIA. CONSTIPATION.Jauil c,
iliouaatucka, SICK UtAKACilK. Colic.
rcMionof Kuirlta.. HULK biOMACll, Heart
llu-n, etc. , nc.
vllwl Sduthirn ItpmoiW la war-
rantai not to contain a i-article of ixciiry,
Mirtliuritnithfme ftfiiithi'mrnnta and herta which
an all wIm iirovitience uua ilacl in countries
wbare Litr Uuea. prur.il. It will curwull
hmum caud by ilcruu-ineiit oa Uie l v
Tu.vMiii'iiiia of I.lrtr CoinuUint are a ult-
trr or Imi tUi in Uip nioulti ; l'utu m tbt book ,
tsule or Joinla, uiun -niiauaan tor iutum
timuiauur aUiuuu'h, loaa ol appetite, bowels
alturuutely coUV anil lax n-atlMlii; loaa Ol
memory, wit i a taiuful aenaaliun of uavlu
failrd to do aomeUiinx whinli oUKbt to bare
bund jne. difbihtv. low amriia. a Ibkk yel
low aparanc ol the akin and ye, a dry
CouKh crtcn luinUk.n for canauioption.
hoine iuiea many of th..e symptoms attend
the iliauoae, ut otliexa Tery few, but the liver, the
larirrat oritan in the body, la Kenerally the ait
of iliiwaaea and il not rrgubite.1 in tune, great
fcufferinir, 'wrel:ll!driif and UKAiU will
I nan nuwniniend as an efflcMclous remedy for
diiunl the Liver, lleartlmni and lTKepaia,
himmoru Liver bVarJator. Lswia Wlnueh,
noiMasivr ctrcet. Aatiabnt Fottmajiter, i'bll-
ailclubla. - ,
We have tetI its virtues, Personally, ami
now that inr Hjapili, liaiuuenej-a anu
'1 brubbiuK UiaJiw'hr it U the best medicine trie
worlileveraaw. wenave trteu tony ouier
rnnediei before Slmiuoni LiTet l-ultor,
ut none of them gave us more than temporary
reliff; but the lietfulalor sot only relievtu
but cured n." Ed.'Islbgmi' ajiu Mbkh
oku, Macon, lis. . . '
Notlnnir u to unt'leaiunt. nothma to common
iih ha.! bmith, ami in nearJ every owe it cornea
from the stonuich, and can be so eeeUy correct
ed if you will tak Simmons' Liver Regulator,
lo hot otirieci so sure a reracay tur iuu
pulaivedt.order. it will !, improve your
Ajipntte, ceniiiexion, ana urneru uwiui.
This dlatreenlnit affliction ocenrs'moet fre
quently. Hie disturbance er the stomaoli,
anaiiiK from imperfectly digenbrfl contenU,
cariMia t severe puin in tin bewl, accompanied
wiuiaiaairrea4 natucn, ana tnis romuuirai
jrlmt it p'.piiJuly known as Bun ueauaenc. ror
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical elements, never
Mind in the eaiue happy proportion in any
other preparation, Tin: a gentle Catharti'!, a
powerful tonic, n uneiceptirnaljia alterative
and a certain Ojrrective of all Impurities 01
he body, sin-bttltftuu auccrsa lias atteuded Its
uu t at u IS aow ngurueu aa uia
,An Ueinedy in
MVLAIUOUH FEYKIM. BOAKL COM-
l'I.AlXT-, I)VSPK1'."1A, MENTAL flEI'Ue.S.
tSK.N, Hfcil LK(!3.E;f, JAUM1CE, N A L'-t-KS.SH.k'
MKADtcHE. CC" iC, OUXoTlP
ATIO. and HI -lol .'SNESS
11 llvn l r-u.-VL..
imiftl vlth thia ANTIDOTE, all chanirM of
tliiiuite and water and food may be faced with
out fear. As s Keincdjr in sauitiuis
KLVEltH, unnr.li uuuri.AiAio, iimi
Lk.os.Nb3!5, J ALNKICE, NAUSEA,
J. 11. ZhlLES.
Price Li0. Sold by all DruggCt.
llupplnpaaor MiMrry, that ltlielue-
Dr. W. K. Host ot 25 years succfcesiul
practice etistiintccu opeedy and peiraan-
tit cure ot uu cnronic. Bcroitmms, 1 1 1-
Tiitt), Hyptillctic anU t etualo uiseases
Sii.rtii!iti-iih(cri. or sclt-abusc. at liii
Aledieal Institute. Agan & (;ieney Block,
onnosite tlti City Hall I'ark, hyracuse,
1 . .Mi'dicnw sent 10 an parts ui mc
I', s. nnil Cnmulii. Don't be deceived uy
advertisinsr quicks who thronjr ourlarjfe
citlo, but cntiMilt Or. iloyt or fend for
irculir troaiiiiL' on ins IR-Cittuues touis
r. o. uox iiTu.
t.r,iraMi- t'rr:tl. liauitl French
roiTi.Tk' Amln l); iemmc. or remaie
rru-nd. is uiiluilinj in mo euro 01 an
... , ..n
tminftil and daticerotis diseases 01 your
bi'y. It tnodnrates all excc?es, and
brings on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous and spinal aQec
tionn, pains in the back or limbs, heavi
ness, latljrue on siigiu exertion, :uiiu
flun nt thn hpnrt. lownCBS Of SDlflt, llV'
BtKrics. siek headache, whites, and all
nninful diwasos occas oned by a disorder
id uvatem It effects a cure when all other
means tail, rrlce a.w per ooiub, m-ui
bv mail. ur. W. E. uoyr, uox ziu,
yracuse, . 1 .
rAnitimnitMt tliut anrtre of humanity,
tiitKWt r'd ot th0 hmu fiwn..yi in U civil-
I feel confident that I am In possession of the
only sure, inlitllible remedy-uow known to
ne proiesaion lur is. pw,j, iub.m, .
hut dread disease, and ils unwelcome coacom
i . Cuiurrh AHthma. ltrnnchitts. er-
vous fiebilitv, etc., etc. I am old fogy. I be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rience as a busy practitioner in uie ueai
sumption hospitals in the old and new world
!; :. .'..., .... !.. v.iut, or tironer medlca tun
both local and constitutional In the cui of f Ms
.nmiiv nf our race. 1 have found ib Hut
I am dinressulng. I started eut to say to those
Buttering With consumption or any of the above
maladies, that by addressing me. giving symns
tOllU, Uicy Sliail IW Ulll HI l.u.oni..u..
irrent boon, without charge, and shall have the
benefit of my experience In thousands of case
suceesslUUy treated. Full particulars, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
instructions lor successful treatment at yoar
own home, will be received by you by return
mail, free ol g'Wl&HT,
wSUy 1OT Jefferson street Loniavm
an fl.ii.Ara from this disease
nxious to be cured should try Dr.. Kiss-
Dor's Celobrated Consumptive l'owders.
Ti,... nnw.i.n ar the only preparation
known mat wuicure consumpuuu uu
.nouau nf t.im thrnnt and luncs lndeod,
so strong is our faith in them, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
will forward to every suuexer, ui man
miatnaid. a free trial box.
vv don't want vour rfnoy until you are
perfectly satmneu 01 tnetr curauve oewwa.
Tr .no llfA la worth savlnir.tion't delay lu
giving these powders a trial, as they wll
suroly cure you.
l'rlee, lor large box, S. sent to pny part
f tbe United States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
Afin & BOBBINS,
800 Fulton Street, lireoklvn, K. Y.
Describe vote, cose, and send
rtiarssrA I with SA cenu. (Corroarjondf
LMOCnOC.3 J enee Fee) to Pr, Van DVCa
610 Mt, Vernon Street, i'hiiantipiila,
Isavow Nympsuby with the View
of Clerical Frleud.'
Tho recent election of George F. Sey
mour, Protestant Episcopal bishop of dio
cese ol tjpringfleld, has attracted wide at
tention, and ippears to btve renewed the
controversy between the branches ol tbe
communion known as High and Low
Churchman. This controvert; appear, to
be going on even more hotly in tbe east, and
posaibly to some extent in tbe south aluo,
than in tbe atate in which Dr. beymour's
bUboprio is situated. So spirited bis it
become that Dr. S. bas teen proper to
write a letter disavowlcg . hum of tbe
views attributed to Mm, which we find
printed Is tbe New York Tribute, and
which wlll.be of interest to members of
tbe Episcopal churoh In this state. Tbe
Tribune, in explanation of the circum
stances under which the letter was written,
says: " 4s Dr. i. H. Hopkins has always
been an earnest friend and supporter of
tbe bishop-elect, it is quite natural for the
Low Churchmen to refer to tbe files of tbe
Tribune, and to direct attention to tbe re
markable review ot the proceedings of the
general convention which recently ap
peered in its columns. Dr. Seymour has
thought tt'. to disavow any connection or
sympathy wltb Dr. Hopkins's letter on the
Triumph of Ritualism,' as will be teen
from the following letter which be has ad
dressed to Dr. Houghton, of this city."
The letter ol Dr. Seymour is as follows :
Key. ahu Dxar Brother I am com
pelled to notice an article in the Standard
ot the Crow, of the lsaue ol January 12,
IB 18. under tbe date ot Louisville. Kv..
January 3. signed "J. C." It Ib under
stood that tbe writer is Bey. James Craik, D.
u., anumsomectis to innuence islanding
committees against me in their action upon
my papers now before them, asking for
tbelr consent to my consecration as bishop
ot Springtield. I simply wish to address
myself to two point", which my reverend
nroiner seeks to make against me.
l. "j. c." holds me rssnomibie lor tne
letter ot the liev. Dr. Hopkins, which ap
pears o some wecas ago in tne new l org
Tribune. I disavow most emphatically tbe
logic and inferences of that letter, in so tar
as the) place me in the position of a leader
n tne tuiuanaiic. or any other party, l
disclaim, for myself, as utterly without
foundation in liuth any party trammels of
any kind whatever, 1 have lived and la
bored lor nothing less oroad and compre
hensive than the church ot Ood. My sym
pathies are an broad as are the church's,
and I am lull as tolerant as she. As I re
call tbe tone and spirit ot the Rev. Dr.
Hopkins' letter (I have not seen it for some
me), l dare to say that I have no sympa
thy with it in any way.
'i. "J. c." quotes some words or mine,
used in debate in the general convention,
and then draws from them a negative in
ference covering tbe whole area of Roman
t orruption and superstition, and states that
I gave it to be understood that tbe whole
ot It was sufficiently acceptable to me. I
to not minx mat any one else wouiu reaen
stab a conclusion from my words. a re
ported, nor uu t mi ..a my aear brother
would, were no not incensed against me
lor some reason or reasons unknown to me.
Still, lest this should be the case, I beg to
say that any such Inference as that deduced
by "J. V." uoesme tne grossest injustice.
I meant nothing of the kind. I am as much
opposed as "J. 0." or any other man can
possibly be to falsehoods, artifices and su
perstitions unaer any circumstances, anu
in particular to all that was corrupt and
erroneous in what '-J. C." calls Hedlxval
Komanism. There is very much In "J.C's"
letter that is personal to me and very offen
sive. I pass this all by, limply expressing
the regret for bis own sake that "J. C.n
wrote it and printed it. Through you, my
dear brother, to whom I am permitted to
address this note, 1 beg to assure "J. C."
ot my entire good will towards him. and
invoke Uod's blessing upou - his declining
years, r raternaiiy yours.
UEimuK r. st i .much
New York, Jan. 10, '78.
Daniel F. Beatty s
PIANOS ana ORGANS.
and BEATTY'S CELEBRATED GOLDEN
TOXULE PAULOBOKUANS are tne sweetest
toned and most perfect instruments ever neiore
manufactured in this or any other country. The
The world is challenged to equal them. Best
discounts and terms ever before given. Rock
Bottom panic prices now ready to Jobbers,
siressla and the trade In general. An efier t
These ceienraiea instruments tenner rianu ur
Organ) boxed and shipped anywhere, on five to
llltevn nays test mm. mousy mnuuea uu
freight charges paid both ways 11 in any way
sfsrliiry. Fully warranted for six years
strict ly first-class. Extraordinary liberal
Im-minta trlven to Churches. Hcu-ools. Lodges,
Ualls. Ministers, Teachers, etc., In order to
have them Introduced at once where I have no
,nii ThnHMinflH now tn uae. New Illus
trated A l V E UTLZKIl (catalogue edition), with
list or testimonials, now ready, sent tree. x.s
tablished la 18W. Address. ,
DANIEL K BEATTY.
decl-dlv Wsshington, N. J
FITS EPILESY .
Permanently oured no bumbue Dv one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders, To oonvmse sufferers
that these powders will do all we alalra for
them, we will send them by mall, post
paid, a free trial dox. as ur. Goulard is
me oniy pnysician tnat nas ever maae tnis
disease a special study, ana as . to our
knowieage tnousanas nave been perma
nently cureu ny tne use oi tnese powa irs,
we will gaarantee a permanent cure ir
every case, or reiund you all money ex
pended. All suffsrers should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers. '
Price, for large box. A3, or i boxes 101
110. sent by mall to any part ot Ut.ited
StatesorCanada on receipt of price, or by
express, c. t.u. Auoress, .
ASH & BOBBINS,
860 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, . x,
It la ordered that a special term of the Alex.
sailer Circuit Court be commenced and held at
the court house In the elty ot Cairo on Monday,
the 8Utday of Decetnlier, A, I). 1877, Said term
tn lie dayoted exclutlvtly to tho hearing of Chan
cery causes and the transaction of business ea
Uia (Joauoery uooaes. wuusi m. iwavai
Canto, Iixe.lKov. M, tsTT.
rtrtTf A AT flVn I flTTfjlTia .
Yen can ea-
!SI IIIHMj ICiilLiIlEillij; tllv in
your salary Dy ueyuumnj vtiy sowii jwnioa oi
your Irktare lime to my is teres t. I do not ex
nectt you to ranvass fofmy otlsbntett Bestty'a
Pianos and Organs unless von see lit to but the
service 1 reaulre of yen b Wlu pleaeant aad
"W-saS JbaUIM tl '
. . . . 1
A new and wonderful nventlon for
wasuing. n asu.es use mags; oetler tuan
soap lor washing anything; trashes in one
third of the time ; washes lnhard or soft,
hot or cold water; the onlj preparation
ever invented uiat win jireoni wooisns
Jrom shrinking; worth four tinea its price
lor washing woolsna alone.
, Mrs. Henry Ward Bjechflr
recommendi It to all housekeepers, says:
"They will rejoice both tor economy's sake
as4 the saftey ol their clothing and that it
east no more injure clothing or hands than
common warm water."
SCABCHT Sk JOaHaOS,
; : 21 Piatt Street, New York.
K3Iisatlay Bros, will suppy trade in
The ordinary foreus Plaster, n account
of its peculiar mechanical action esteem
ed an article ol merit; feu t BentoOs Ca'pcine
e irous Plaster is considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has tbe same
mechanical action, and, i addtlon. pos
sesses medicinal qualities o( a remark aMe
cature, whreb eausea u to a at once,
redeye pain Immediately, and sure where
9ther Porous Plasters will not even relieve
For Itbeumatitm, Lame aa Weak Back, Splaa
Disease, Crick in the Back. hUiiiey Lilseaae,
cipraius and Brnises, Severe falniunl SUtcbet,
Weakaessof Uw Hack, etc i
The tuanuiacturer 0
Benson's Capcine Jlaster ,
Keccived the Highest Medal at tfit Centennial.
It Is now the standard remejy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and srengtbening
qualities attracted the attention of the Cen
tennial Jurrorsaod thousands f physicians
who visited tbe Centennial, wto pronounc
ed it tbe best remedy ever Invented for the
Lbove allmenu. Sold py al Druggists.
Price, 25 cents.
Barclay Bros, will supily thet trade
la pursuance of a judgment ol Sfc bracken Com
mon i'lea. Court, rendered at la September Term
lT7, In the action of J. H . Terrell a Admioiitra
tor.plainiiffagaiDttJ. II. Terrell's hsirt, etc., de
fendants, 1 will on
WONDAT, JANCABYSSti, 1878,
(Being CouatT Court day), at tlu Couit House
door ia Hlandville, Ky , , tall to tit hif heat bidder,
on a credit of S, 12, IS and 24 months, tlie following
described propery, via ;
i Hot. 8. 4, and 6, froniiiK on the Mii-
8. contairinf 10 acres'
no. i. coniaiaiog su acres, ana Lot .No
i, wuwuum mi acres, ana int. to. a. mntain.
inf i acres-lying in the town .f I'bUuore, at the
tarminuma af the N. O. 8. L. L. and Chicago
Kailroad, opposite Cairo, Illinoh. Alio back Lot
Ko. 2, Wkich is subdivided into two luta. (henna
containing acres, the other catainioi; IttHW
acres, the whole lying in the Peter bheppard sur
vey ia Ballard County, Kentucky, which was di
vided Into the lota aforesaid by V. U. Uteres,
CommlMioaer of thia court, and far a mora partic
ular description of the lots aforeaid reference ia
here made to the P!atof Division oriile ia this case.
Also the following tracts of land,vii: Lying In
Ballard County, near Fidgeen'e ld Mill, being
the land sold by J. H. Terrell to VaUiam fidgeoa
aad bought baek by I. 11. Tarrellunder a judg
ment for the purchase money Ly in; on the watenr
ef Shawnee Creek, beginning at a sake a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum jointers north
east comer, thence north 87 west 147 Doles to a
White oak withsweet gum, white oakaad ash point
en, corner with Thomas Barlow, tlence north 109
poles to a stake with hickory, sinallolaclt arum sap
lings standing as pointers on east bmk of a branch
corner with J . H. Terrell's laad, thmce south 87 0
east 148 poles to a stake, with twe white oaks as
pointers, corner J - H. Terrel's laid, thence lue
poles to the beginning, containing Is acres, being a
run of the laad conveyed by Cauius M. Clay to J
U. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
Col. John Harsiss, the same has bein i ividtd Into
two lou. Nos. 1 and 2, by the Comnissioner afore
soid, which report of di visits it an tie and ken
referred to. The purchaserwill be required to give
bond with good ecii',,'t """V" 'laeicit 1mm
. . ..,.,w.....s ilirce of replevin b- "'J?r
cjncutioa may issue when due.
This 3rd day of December, 1S78.
6.W.MAUSBAU., 1 I. D. Wilcox,
C. S.ltKKvss, TV. H. Rrsvss,
.Atumeyi Con mi trio
State of Illinois, county of AleXinder.
Circuit court of Alexander couuV.Jannirv term.
A. U. 1S7S.
Htnrv Whitcama vs. William EichhnfT llenrv
Eichhofi; Kathi KichhofT, Charts Kichhoti and
tiracic Lithhoff. bill to reform ant foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Ainaavu oi tne non-resiaeice ot Henry
Ekhhoff and Kathi Eichhof, two of the
defendants above nailed, having teen filed in the
office of Uie clerk of said circuit eout of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to sad non-resident
detendants, that the complainant lied his bill ot
complaint in said court on tbe chanery side thereof
on Uie 21st day of November A. 11.1677, and that
a summons thereupon issuid out ef said court
sgainst said defendants, returnahe on the ant
Monday ol January, A. i. lSiS. aais bv law re-
quirrd. Now. therefore, unless vol, thesaid Hen
ry Kichhoffand Kathi KichhofT shnl personally be
and appear before the said circuit csirt of Alexan
der county on the first day of the nxt term there
of, to be iwiden at the court hous- in the city of
tairo,in siua county, on tne nrst aonoay oi Janu
ary A. D. Ib78, and plead, answerer demur to the
said complanaat's bill of complain, the tame, and
me matters ana things therein ctsrgeu and stated,
will be taken as confessed, ant a decree entered
against you according to the pravr of said bill.
joun A bkeve, tilers.
Geo. FisHse, Complainants Solicitor,
Nov. Klst,A. U.U77. ,
E. F. If linker Bitter Wne of Iron
The great suscets and ttello-htlf tbe neonls.
in fact nothing of the kind has ever been offered
to tbe Amertosn people which 1st so quickly
found its way into their good fawrend hearty
aoproval as t. F. KunkeVs Bittet Wine of Iroa.
it does al 1 It proposes, sad thus gives universe
satisfaction, it is guaranteed to tare tbe worst
cases of dyspepsia or Indigestioi, kidney or
liver Qisesae, weaxness, nervomnits, constipa
6ion, acidity of the stomach, As. Get tne gen
uine. Only sold In II bottles. Jepot sud of
Ice. ttS North Ninth Street, Pb Uaielphia. Ask
for Kunksl's and lake no other. Soli by all drug
Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.'
E. F. Hunkers Bitter Wins nf Iroi is a sure cure
for this disease. It has been srescr bed daily for
many years in tha Drsctloe of eminent vhyslclaas
With unparalleled success. Svrantcois are loss of
appcuie, wmu anu rising oi lOOO. eryneei in mouio,
neauaeae, oisanesa, sieeplessiiets am low spinu.
Get the genuine. Notsold in bulk, rely mil bot
tles) Sold by all druniiu.' Aak ftr K. t . stun-
kel't Bitter Wine ef Iron and take no other. II
par bottle, or six bottles for to . AD I ask Is a trial
of this valuiblsxoediclw. A trial willcettviacs
you at once. ... . -
Worms, Worms, Worms.
K. F. Dunkel's Worm Syrun never falls te
remove all kinds of Worms. Seat, pi a and
stnmanh Worms art reauUr removed bv Run
kel's Worm Syrup. Dr. lunate! is tho only
tUDCessful phjsiolan In Jhit country that can
remove Tape orm in irtnuwo to four hours,
He h is no fee until head asu all passes alive aad
la thia anare ot time. Caramon sense teaches
if Tape Worm can be removed, all other Worms
can readily lie removed. Aik your druggist for
a bottle ol Kunkel's WorraSvrnn. Price 11.00
per bottle. It never fails or send to the doetor
forcircnlsr. No. KS NorthNinth St., fhlladel-
phla. Advice tree, i
avassjaasasBfasi f Anv Penin who will m.ika
I" rTCgMoSi land forward ma a list of the
names of sellable persons ef their acquaintance
who wish to procure an Instromsnt, either Pi
ano or Organ, I will use my best endeavors to
sell them one, and for every plane I succeed In
selling to their list within oss year, I will credit
them with l, snd tor every organ 16, to be ap
plied oa payment tf either a piano or organ ;
and when it amonLb to a sun suflotenl to car
for any instrument selected at the LOWEST
WHOLKNALK FK1J1S, I Will Immsdlatsly ship
the Instrument, fret, or after any amount Is
credited the balahceouy be paid ms in oath and
1 will then ship item the Instrument, They
need not be knowi la the matter, and will be
doing tbtlt friendie real aervtce, ai .'shall
make SPECIAL (.FrKRto- thei, teflm a
BIIPRUinil lNHTlITMKNT foe (MM i.KK.
ITAI.r to TWoAlIfilM Wharf ia ordlnsurllv
aaked by SgenU. . Peaae send roe list tt one
aad site von ban dado Matt Ivy, ru east -add
w ii. Address,
rets, . ...
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herebf iven tta'ISiyueof a decree of the
bounty Court of Alexamler County in the State
of Illinois, rendered at a Nnwrntiar im.
A. l'. mi. I, august waierrae er.adminiatrav
torefthe Estate of Frederick Watarmeler, ile
ceased, will sell at public vendue ar, (he 24th
day of December, A. I). 177, at Its wt )oor
of the Court House in thecity of Cairo, lb aaiil
County, and State, at S o'clock p. as. of said
Subject to the widow's dower Interest therein
for the payments of tho debts of said Estate ot
Frederick Wateimeier, deceased, the following
described property, to-wit t
The south of northwest, quarter ef north
west, quarter In section thirty-six ('.), town
ship, fifteen (16) south range two Oil, west of
t te 3rd principal meridian situate insafd county
of Alexander and Htatcof Illiuols.
Terms ot Kale Cash in hand upon approval
oi sautanaueiiverr oi aeeii
Administrator of the Estate ot Fred Water-
Dated Cairo, lib,, Kjt. altt, 1877,
By virtue of two executions to me directed, by
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander coun
ty, in the State of Illinois, one in favor of Wil
liam M. Atberton, and one in favor of .liida
Atnerton and against A, C Hodges, sr., deceas
ed. 1 have levied upon the lollowinr described
property, to-wit: Lots two (.'), four (4) and
sis (it), ia block three (1) t lots one (11, three ( I),
five ('') snd seven (7), in block four (4) : lots two
il), four (4) and six (0), in block five (.1) ; lots two
u, tour w , six (0), eight in) ana ton (1U), in
block six (')) ; lots two (2), lour (4), six (fi),
eight (H) and ten (10), in block seven (7) ; lots
tw. (i), lour (4), six (Oi, eight (81 and ten (lo),
in block eight (s) ; lot ten (lo), ia block thir
teen (13 : lots five (5) and eight (), In block
Tonrtcen (14) ; Iota three O), five (.'), seven (7)
and ulna (U), In block fifteen (15) ; lou two (i),
four (4) and six (ti), in block sixteen (lt) ; lou
one (1), three (3), five (5; aud seven (7), in block
seventeen (17) ; lou two U). four (I) and six (S),
In block eighteen (Is); lots one (I), three (3),
live 5, seven (7, in Mock nineteen (19 )) lots
two lour i) ana six u., in rjiocx twenty i.zv)
lots ons(lJ, three (3), live (6) and seven (71, in
eiscx twenty-one li); lots two m, lour l J and
Six (). in block twenty-two lots one (I),
three (3), five (b) and seven (7), in ibloca twenty-
three; lots two (), four 14 and six (), in block
twenty-four (W). All above descri bed property
Is situated in town of 11 odea's Turk.
Alexander and State of Illinois, which 1 shall
offer for sale at public veudue at tha front or
weataooroi tne court House, in tne cityot
Cairo, county of Alexander and Stale of Illinois,
en tne 2&ihduy of January, 173, at 11 e'cloos
Dated Cairo , Illinois, 13th day of December,
A. 1). 1H77. 1'ElER 8AIP,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
. MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
Wbkhias, Oa the first day of April, 1871,
Emma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hus
band, mads, exesuted, acknowledged, and de
livers 1, to Airs. Cssaie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassia Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (3), in block No. twenty-nine (tti) in
Opdyke A Myer's addition, to the city ol Ches
ter, in tbe countv of Randolph and Slate of 1111
nois. to secure the payment of four certain nro-
minaory notes executed by said Robert 11. Can
ine, dated April 1, 1876, for two hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, nine and fifteen
m on Uia, respectively, from the dates thereof,
with ten percent, interest from the dotes there
of; which said mortgage was duly recorded
Aprils, 1878, tlie recorder's oiUce In saidlian
dolph county, in book ho. one (1) ol leases,
An. , on page kss : snd
: Wiiattsas, Said morurage provWes among
other things for the sale, by the said mortgagee,
ef said lot snd all the light and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
ol default In tbe payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
Wukrbab, Tbe time for the payment of the
said notea.and each of them has long since elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
ol the above mentioned notes the turn of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and five cent (til4.06.)
Now, therefore, notice ia hereby given that,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1578, at
uie ooor oi me court netue in saiu city of Chester
at the honrol two o'clock p.m. ot said day, the
undersigned will ofler said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser h good and sufficient deed therefor.
Formerly Cassis Williams
Htatcof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county. J.miMrv
Croaine J . Lonnienne vs. ilarv E. Lonhlenne.
Bill for DI vorce In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-Ktiilence of Marv E. Lon
hlenne, the defendant above named, having
been filed in the ouice i f the clerk of said
court ot Alexander county, notice is hereby
iiiven to the said nun-resident defendant.
that the coniDlainant filed bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the 15th day of October, a.d. 177. and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
BgainBt said defendants, returnable on the
Ural Monday lu tne month of January, A. D.
lri-U aa ia l. 1.., m...,Ih.I V..ur
uj - . uj Alt rt mjuucu, J T. .UICIOIV,
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonbienne, shall
personally be and appear before the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holilcn at the court
house in Uie cltv ot Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday in tbe month of January, A. l.
1&78, andplead, answer or demur to said bill of
complaint, the same and the mailers and things
therein set forth, will be taken as coeU-oeeu, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JUti.1 a. Kinvt, iter.
W, C. Mvlkxt. Complainant's Soltcitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. l&Ui A. D. Is77. . w.
Is hereby given to Joshua O. Hall ss admln's
trutor de bonis non of the estate of lioaea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin Bralaard of the pendency,
in tne circuit unn or Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery te foreclose amort
gage, wherein you, togttner with Chouncey N.
shiuman, Louisa N. Shipmsn, Jos ph W.
D revel snd Charles Edward Tracv. as Receiv
ers of the Cniro and Vincednes railroad, and tlie
Cairo ana vine mnet railroad company are de
tendants, and Charles C. llolten, as Receiver of
ol "the Mutual Lite Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : and tliat the summons
in said cause is returnable on the first day ot the
the January term, A. V. 1878, ot said Court to
lie holilen at the Court House, in the city of
Mtiro, in said county, on tne nrst Monday or
said month. Dated Nov. Tth, 1877. -
JOHN A. KEK VK, Clerk of said Court.
Sanest, r. Wbuxeb, Solicitor ol Complaint
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County. January
Term, A.D. 1878.
Ueortte Welst vs. Mary Nolle, Anna nolle, Ida
nouo ana Arnsuae none mil to lortciese
mertiraae ia chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence ef Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolle. Ida Nolle and Anutine Nolte. thtde-
endanU above named, having: been filed in the
office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice ia hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill of complaint in said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the 2uth day of October, A. D.
1877, and that a summons thereupon iuued ont ol
sidd Court against said defendanu, returnable on
nday of January. A. D. 1878. as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolle, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to be holden at die Court
house In the city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monday of January, A. V. 187S, ai.d plead.
answer or'demur to the said complainant's bill ot
complaint, tha same, snd the tuaurrs therein
chanted and stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered sgainst you sccording to the
prayer ot said Dill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
Gkobos Fihhkb, Complainant's Solicitor,
October OT, 1X77. (Nov 1. 4w)
Walter Hyslop, treosnrcr. vs . George W. Coch
ran. Aaanmnsit with attachment.
Public notice is hereby given to the tald
George W. Cochran that a writ of attachment
liioed out of Ihe office of the clerk of AlexanJ, r
county circuit court, dated the irsth day of De
cember, A. D 1877, at the suit or the said Wal
ter llysUp, treasurer, aud against the estate of
the tald tieorge W. Cochran, directed to the.
sheriff of Alexander county, which said writ
has been returned executed, Now, therefore,
unless you. thesaid Ueorga W. Cochran, shall
ersonally be. snd appear before the said Alex
aaesr ooanty circuit eoeurt on or before the first
day of the next term there, to be holden al tha
court house.; In the city of Cain, on the . first
Monday of Janua y, A. I).. 178, girt special
bail, and plea to the said lalntirs action, Jde
raentsbali bs entered sgainst y u.aml so much
nf iha nranari attached as may be aufllnUn, ...
satisfy the said Judgment and eoet wlU be told
...f - to satisfy tnesaie.
Are nw advertised at "cure-alls," but are specif
mended diseases lot which they are recoov
Investigators of swn,al science have demon
strated beyond controvy, rfhal throughoat (ht
animal kinfdom the i "suryal ol the Sttest" it tht
only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity.
Does not the same principle go.cns the commercial
prosperity of man! An interior xnnot supercede a
suserjor article. By leasonof euptnor merit, Dr
Pierce's Standard Medicines have outrivaled ali
others. Their sale In the United States alone ex
ceeds one million dollars per annua, while the
amount exported foou up to several hundred thou
sand more . No business could grow to suth. gigan
tic proportions aad rest upon any oilier basis thas
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
' Is Alterative, or Biood-cltaosing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
la a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical. Discovery
By reason of its arXratire propeiues, cures diseases
ol thcilloodand Skin, as Scrofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumora ; Ulcers, or Ud .Sores ; Blouhes; Pimples;
and Eruptions, by virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Branchial, Throat and Lung ArTac
liens: Incipient Consuinntlon ; l.iitferina CAnvh.
and Chronic Laryngitis. Its Cholalogue properties
render it an unequaled remedy lor Bihousncss iTor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint;'' and iu Tonie
properties nuke it equally efficacious In curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsio.
W here the skin is sallow and covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there ore scrofulous af
fections and swelling", a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will elfect an entire cure. If nu
dull, drowsy, debiiiuted, have sallow color of akin,
or yellowish brown spou on fact or body, frequent
headache or dirzlness, bad lasts in month, Internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low ipirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
tongue coated, you sre suffering bom Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness.'' in many coses of "Liver Com-
filalnt." only part of these symptoms art exper
enctd. As a remedy fur all su-h cases'Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effecU
perfcet cures, leaviag the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. j0 Care Required
while Using tliem.
The "Little Giant'1 Cathartic, nr Xf ITT.TITal tw
PARVO PHYSIC, scarcely larger than muturd
seeds, and are sugar-coated. They remove the
necessity el taking the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore so much in use.
As a remedy for Headache, Dlsztness. Ruth ef
blood to tht Head, Tightness about the Chest, Bad
Taste in tht Mouth. Eructations from tha Hmm.rh.
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice, Paia in tht Kidneys,
Highly-Colered Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative PelleU are snsurpassed.
Furthermore, I would say that their action ia uni
versal, not a gland escaping weir sensitive impress.
uupair tne properties oi t lest rciicu.
1 key are susar-coated and inclosed in alui hnirl.a
and reliable. This is not tht case with those pUis
which are put sp in cheap wooden or pastaboard
boxes. Tht daily use of two Ptileu has cured tht
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, lki!J. ILielm, Pimpits, Mori Eyes,
and Eruptions. They are, however, recommended
to be taken in connection with the Golden Medical
Discovery, In order to secure Uu best resulu.
The remedial management of thoss diseases
peculiar to women has afforded a larse exneii-
ence at the World's Dispensary, of wbleh Dr.
rierce is tne ctnei consulting physician, m adapt
ing remedies for their cure. Dr. Pierce's Kav-
oilte Piescriptlon is the result of this extended
experience, and bas become Justly celebrated for
iu many anu remar Xante cures oi aiianoss enten
te aiscases ana
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restorativ
Tonic to the entiroxtystem. It is a nervine of uu
surpassed elHcacy, and, while 11 quiet neryou
irriusiion, it sirengtnens tn. enreeuiea nervous
system, thereby reatorlne it to healthful vieor.
1 he following diseases art among those in which
Be favorite f rescrlpllon bas wonted magic
ures, vis: Leucorrhuta, or "Whites," Exeat
ive Flowtnar. PalnAtl Menstruation. Uanatural
oppressions, Weak Baek, Prolapsus, or billing
the L ures. Anteverstcn, Retroversion, Bear-g-dowa
Sensation, Chronio Congestion, la-
mniatlon and Ulceration ot tht uterus, Inttr
I Heat, Neryoue Depretswa, Debility, Dee
ondenov, and very many other chronic diseases
er.ullar to women, but not mentioned hare.
The following LadUs art a StW of tha many
thousands who can testify to the efllcacy of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, from experience
Mrs Cornelia Allison, Peotta, Iowa, Mrs Taos
J Methvln. Hatcher's Station, lis: MrsT A Sey
mour, Rome, N Tj Mrs Francis slntwiek, Ver
sailes. Ohio; hlrs Leroy Putnam, North whir-
ton. Pa ; Mrs Mary A llunolt, fcplna. Mo; Mrs
Marv A Frisbie. Lehman. Pat Mrs D KGiU.
Chillicothe, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Malone, West
Sorlnglleld, Pa; Mrs tt Htatt, Kmporia. Kan;
Miss Louise Pratt, Dodgeyille, Mats; Mrs L A
ifannitnu, nunoi, uii v aui.ua, iul.i ,
Iowa: Mrs J N Vernon, St. Thomas, Oat; Mrs
S C Motan, SAM North Howard Itieet, Baltimore,
Md ; Mrs Lucy Caliman, Barnesville, Ohio, Mrs
Naney MnNaugbt, Jefferson, Iowa; Mrs L G
Stem rod. Friendship, N Y ; Miss Ellen Cody,
westneia, n x; nira Ainuony aiiimiii, t.ruu.,
NY: Mrs B N Rooks, Grand Rapids, Mlch Mrs
F II nsbb, watertown, N I. i nousanus oi rti
vrcuces tan be given at Ihe World's Diepensarv.
Dr. R. Y. Pnnca is the sole tireorteior and
mauuntoturer ef the fortgnlng remedies, all of
wmca are sotu . uy anuKisus. ne is aiso we
Author of tha Peonle's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a work of nearly one thoasand pages,
with two handrtdane tightv-two woed-engrav
Ings and colored p bites, tie baa already sold of
due oopuiat wura. . , . ,1,',
Over 100,000 Copies
, PRICE (post paid) $1 SO.
Addrettt , ' ' . .. ' i
World's lsrpeaaarr, Bale), V. T,
""i ouur, Aat'i Cashier,
. STAATe TATLOa, ;R. H. Ct XXWOHAM.
G. D. WtvLuatjoV SxxVa Be,""
A. B, SAVrsno,
Exohange, Coin and United States
uonaa nought and Bi'd.
DIP0SIT8 reetly,d and a gsneral Lankini
rUiai nsvaxttl sinrtas
pw?!MdlPmlaeI,, H- w"s. eashler.
P.Neff.VlcePr.t T. J. Kertb, AssL Casb'f
Csrnar Co mmerolal A.v,. 8ta itlftt)
Rross, Cairo. Wm Kloge, Cairo.
NeO. Cairo. Wm Worfe, Cairo,
busanka, Cao, K. U billiu.aly, St. Lou,
Bnder, Cairo. II. W.lls, Cairo.
r . H . Hrlnkinan, Sr. Louis.
J. Y. CleuaoaAledotia,
Qetteial Bssaltlbg BtsaUsee Baae
KarExehanKe told and btnght. latsnst paid
i Ihu U.bUh I iu .u. . .. . T . .
i ,. r; . B e'"".. 'ouectiona made,
I all business nromMlv atteaiUd to. . i. '
naisira sags last . e i
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0RARTCRB9 M ARO i t, I'l 6
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CITY NATIONAL BANE , CAIBO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
8. S. TAYLOR. Vice President.
W. HYSLOP, Seo'y and Treasurer.
W. Babclav, Cms. Uaus,h,
M. STOCKTLaTH. Pirn, fi H,.i.
R, H. CnrmjrHBAai . H. L. ILu.unAV. '
J. M. Pnuura.
NTKRK8T paid on deposits at the rate ot SIX
. Dor cent, rjaur onaiim. Mrrh l.t aA -
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawals added lnune
liately to the principal of tbe deposits, thereat
rlvln.th.n, .-..-. 1Utnlr-lt
Married Women and Children may
uepssit uoney ana no one
else can draw it.
Oven every business dav fromaa.n. tsls si.
ad Saturday evenings for aavlnra dencasita nnl
rom 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HTBXOP. Ttuwt.
Evansvllle; Cairo and Memphis
steam Facket Co.;
Paduoah, 8hawneetovn, Evans-
Villa. COlliavlllA ninntnnatSl
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
Valtxi B. Pim-wimutok u.l
Jiiahus Pbjininotom Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY et
o'clock p. ni.
Tbe fleet steamer
Bin Howaju)............... ....., ..kiuu-r
Kd. Thomas.... clerk
Leaves Cairo every 8 ATI! Kit, Y.
Each boat rnakeaclnae ansaaanasa mt l'.lia
With llra(-Alaaa mtammaa fnm U I i- U.
B his and New Orleans, and al Kyansvllle with
lsK. AC. R. B. for oil noints North and Xasl.
andwiththe LoulsvUle Mall Steamers fohol.
poinu on ms uuper Obio, giving through re
ceipts on freights and passengers to all pokati
lor unhCT information apply to
J. M. PH1LUP8. I aaettw.
Or to . J. ORAMS
.a. ..... a a.
dunerinteadent and General Freight Agent.
tu-a-Ai-ir. a vansvuie Indiana.
WHOLES ALK AMD EttTAlL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Cles.
Corner 1 9th street and Command Ave.
CAIBO, ILLINOIS. -
C. O. PATIER & CO.
COME AND SEE ME !
. I am now oflerlnj my entire
. stock ol
At l inUmt tt quit At hutntM,
PARTIES, IN SEARCH - OF BAB
GAINS SHOULD MOT FAIL TO
' GIVE ME A CALL. ,
ate. SW.a. 'a. .Mtl nialasatt MMm
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