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OWKUT, A. W. YAW.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
City National Bani
CAPITAL " $10(f,000.
W. f. HaXTJDAY . President.
HENEY L. HALXjtjAY, VtaflSn.
A. MtirogO, CaibW.
; 2 Praprletor,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
BulUUn Bvildln, Oar. Twalfth Str
OOoa, SaiUdlaar. Oamaj TvaUth 9tst vn.4 WavaVMjaartoaa A.Tr&uv. .
VOL. 9. OAIIIO,. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1878. ilO. 309
, mma wasawston Avenue,
tCountr and Bsllroad Work a Specialty
Orrici Hoim-.Froin 7:30 a.m. to 6:
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Honey
vuf n;w .IU. IA) q:hj p.m.
' I ' a. at. I rat,
.tlDKi ) Illinois Central UR
10 ::',() Mis. Central B B
10:00 Cairo vtuccnne
U 11 Dully.
I(l:u0, Cairo. Arkansas A
Tuns It lt-l.llv
8:(a1 l Oht. silver Itout i
Daily exo'l Monday I
Mid. Uiver finale !
Up, Sun. To. Fri.
Duwn.To Tnil Hat 1
lhetie Route i
Priihty A Saturday
O. W. HcEiAia, P. M.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
txnroM leave Citrodaily . -...a: on p, ro,
ti"Drw arrive at Cnlro daily..... 4 mZ. ro .
aoothnimlatUn Imtm C.lru rl.lly . on. Iu.
aocomodatlon arrives daily (exc
Hurnlav) II u n,
1 ' i- i. - ... .i.ii.i . J
" TO EVANSVILLE, .
47 Miles the Shortest to
iwi-rau, raczsnrAn mm
34 Miles the Shortest to
liJiiiapolis, Madelplia lew M
SIX HOURS SAVED
A , OVER TRAIN OF
tf ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
Fasnaara by other route to make
Connection a moat ride ail night wait
ing from One to Six Hour a at
mail country station for
train of oonneotiaeT road.
Remember that faot and take eur
6:00 a. m. Train,. reaching
ImA Masxgk Gincixiiiti. LcuisTills
Trains Ustv and arrive at Cairo, a follow!
Sail tave.. H ........ 6:00 a. ra
lied " ............ 7:3 p. ni.
Im.iI arrive r. ion) p. iu.
mixed ' i .......... - 116 a. iu.
through ticket and eherJu a all important
V. A. XIIXKB, H. 1. MOHKILL,
Wen' Taa Al't. ' General Bp.
,L. a CHURCH,
(JAIR0 & VDfCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
8HORTEST SHORT LINE
rUB trttnn of thU romny connect 1 1 St
Levi anil KastSt. Louis, with all Urn
Ecs '.o the North, leant aud West.
TIM It 8UUKUULE
I. aveCalro... 7:.T0'ra.
Arr.ic atbt. Louie .. o:OUp.lu.
tine East Sk L uia . ,. . :1J a.m.
1 .. at Cairo .. a :oo p.m.
W' II. MACFAKI.AND,
Ticket and rrelfht Agent, Cairo.
J. A. WENT2 Ucncral Paaaenjter Agant.
J. A H 1 1,1,, Agent at Cairo
k'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
tm f, (itjffi tj b
rilE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
WUU direct Connections (or
MAIELPHI1 W. Vill WW
STraTolen pairing a
BfEKDYPLKASANT and; COMFORT-
Should remember thatjthe
BALTIMORE 14 OHIO RAILROAD!
;t celebrated for IU ,
Sloant Coaehee, Splendid Hoteli. Grand
ana meautuui vountaln and Valley 11
Sceneiy, and the many points
Historical Interest Alone
MMfrara will ALWAYS beat LOW
Ur, by any her line.
PULLMAN PAL A CE GAB
Western and Eastern Cities
For through tickets, bacarairo eheeki.
jtovomnntof trntne, aleeplne; oar aoeom-
nr anon, eui.. etc. aonir at ticket otHuca
u in principal poioii. -
IIOBTH, SOUTH. EAST or WXST
I't Uon. TIckaiAiL ' (lan.Tiakot 4 it
I, I. Barry. Tkoi. K.Hbarp
... . Ait- r .Abator f TratipHk
ASK tn recovered
tltnt, how they racOT
end health, cbetrtul
.plrlte, and good
you by tailing Sim
mon Uvor BeK-
TliE CUKAl'ESr, AND Bri' t AMLY MBU-
ICIXE1N THE WOKI.H.
Hor DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATlON.Jaudic,
III ..--I - Ll'l IIL . I.A'lll.' I A 11.. lif
r.iMii.ni,f Hmriu... HOUR STOMACH. ilr
flU II, ctu. etc.
Tl,i. inrii1ul Rmiihrn Turned T Is war-
rantul not to contain a ankle of Mercury,
ur any lujurioua subafaince, but u
eontoinlng Uioat nutneru rooU and herbs whioli
au all wloa providence tua placed Iu counuien
wiiereUvvrUtwa-uipriT il. It Will cure all
i lDuaaea oauaul by derangement oa tn 1-ver
I .................. I t.Mi rmiil.fntiu.1 bit
tvr or bud taaui iu Uit moulb i'ain m lb. bact ,
niuos or uoiaui, oi.:u ini.ui i"u
tieiiiiur atomai-b, Ion. ol appetite, bow!
altcnutelr coaure aud lax uWacbe. lam 01
meiu ry, wit i a painful acnaatiuu of baviux
laiiea to ao aonaiinnit winnu uuui i ii.
low appearance ol tb akin and ya, a dry
cmiirb orfin uiiatak. n forcor.auinpti m.
bjmo iniea many of Uiene ayiupuiiua attend
thuiiinw, at otlierk very lw, but tbe IWer.tlu
ififfui ill ni' u' l , f im -
of diaewea and if not rcftiibitMl in time, great
BUfferiiiK, wntclwdntiat and UEATU wl.I en.
I oan recommend aa an eidcacloua remedy for
diaeaaeaot Uie Liver, Heartburn and LT'pepia,
Hlinmon.' Liver ICfgciakir. iJiwu vvuriDaa.
174. Miuter alrtet. AaalaUnt Potunaater. Pnll-
" We have teated it virtues, ncrsonallv. and
now that for l)pepil', Uilloueneea and
TbrobbiuK HuuUclie it U tbe beat medicine tbe
world ever aaw. We have trteU forty otner
remedies before Hlmiuont' Liver IviuUtor,
but none of them irava ua mora than temporary
rrliof; but the KvgulaUr not only tellevid
but cured US." fcD. I'SLauKAJ-H AMD llCotN
oan, alacon, Ua.
Notbinr is so onpieaaant, nothlax so eonunon
aa bad brealb, and to nearly every eaae It comet
from the blomacb, and ean be ae easily correct
ed If you will take Simmons' Liver Megulator,
Do not neglect go sore s remedy for tola re
puleivedl.order. t will alsa improve your
Appstite, eompiuioa, ana otaerai ueaitn .
Tills distressing affliction occurs most fre
(juently. Hie duiturbauce of tbe atomaeb,
arising from Imperfectly digested contents,
causes a severe paia in las bead, accompanied
withdiaafrreeabie nausea, and this constitutes
what is populsriy known a bick Hcadacb. or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical elements, never
found iu tbe same happy proportion In any
other preparation, viz: a Ken tie Cathartic, a
uinc. pi,rjjw b.ivu, ,i, Kcuii vtuiuu, a
powerful tonic, n unexceptirnabbi allerailve
and a certain Corrective of all impurities 01
the body, huchsigual success h attended it
uu cat It la bow regarded a th
.Aa a ttrincily In
M t LA RIOt'S KEVK1W, HOEL COM
l'LALNTS, DYSPKPelA, MENTAL DEPBr.8.
HIC.N.KESTLItSSSESS, JAU5DICK. NAU
8E, SICK HEAD CHK. CO'JC, COJibTU"
IT UAa NU EgUAL.
Armed With thiaA i aboxiii. ail cnaiufei. m
tllmate and water and food may be faced wlth-
ont tear, am a itetncuy iu mai,aiuuuo
KEVKKS, HOkVKL CO.MPCAINTtJ, HtSX
Lt8HM.S.S, JAUNDICE, .NAUKA.
MAatrACTOaaD OHLT Br
J. H. 2K1I.EX,
Price $1. 00. Sold by all DruggCU.
Happiness or M leery, that 1 the Quea-
Dr. VV. E. Ltojt ot 25 years succeiuiul
practice euaianteen gpeedy and perman
ent euro ol all Chronic, Scrofulous, Pri
vate, ayphllctlc and Female Diseases,
Snerinaterrhoa, or salt-abuse, at bis
Medical Institute, A (run & Cheney Block,
opposite tbe City Hall 1'ark, Syracuse,
N. V. Medicine sent to all parts ol trie
U. y. anil Canada. Don't be deceived by
ad vertiRinjr qtncki wbo throng: our large
cities, but consult Dr. Hoy t or send for
circular treating; on his specialities to bis
V. O. Box 278.
Ladies My irreal liquid French
remedy, Amle Do Femmo, or Female
rriend, ig unrailinr In the cure of all
painful and dangerous diseases ot your
sex. it moderates all excesses, and
brines on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous and spinal afluc-
tlnnn, pains in the back or limns, Heavi
ness, lutlifuo on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot the heart, lowness of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, -and all
painful diseases occasioned by a disorder
ed system it effects a cure when all other
means tall. Price $2.00 per bottle, sent
by mall. Dr. W. E. Iloyt, Box 26,
fcyracuso. JN. i.
Conuimntlon . that scourm of hnmsnltv. Is
the great dread ol Uio human family, In all civil
I feel couddent that I am In possession of tbe
only sure, Infallible remedy now known to
ne protexaion lor tae speeay, positive cure oi
hat dread disease, and its unwelcome ooacom
Itants, vixi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debility, etc., etc. I am old logy. 1 be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-eight year eipe
riuuca as a busy practitioner in the best con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
has tunglit me the value of proper uiedlca turn
both local and constitutional In the cum of this
great enemy of our racs I have found It Bnt
I am digroisalng. I started eut to ssy to those
suffering with consumption or any of the above
maiaaivs, uuti urauuressing me, giving syrups
tomi, they shall be put In possession jothis
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
benefit of my experience hi thousands of case
Buconsfnlly treated, full particulars, direc
tions for ureuanition ana use, anil suvice ana
Instructions for successful treatment at yoar
owb homo, will he received by yon by return
mau, free ot onarge, oy auiiresstng
T ti TskllU O HITIJiT1wfv
147 JeflVraon strmt LouiBTill
All sufferers from this disease
nxloua to be cured should try Dr. Klss
ner's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of tbe throat and lungs Indeed,
to strong Is our faith In them, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
win lor ward to every euflarer, by mall
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want yourmocoy until yon are
perfectly satisfied ot their curative powers.
If vou life i worth savinir, don't delay in
giving these powders a trial, as thay wil
rarely cure you.
Price, for large bOx, fd. tent to my part
f the united State or Canada by mall on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
800 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, N. Y.
ftlfln CURE GUARANTIED
' OWII 1 Describe your case, and ssad
C10 ML Vernon Street, Philadelphia.
The city council ol Shrevcport,La.,hu
levied a license ot 950 on money lender.
-Extra endeavor have been mads in
Germany to overcome the growing dotnand
for American maoblnery.
A huge lioness, tbelprlde of tbe St. Louis
zoological gardens. Is dead. Three physi
cians were called In but they couldn't save
A novel attempt at suicide was that of
a Houston woman wbo knosked a hole in a
window pane and sawed her neck over the
Tabltha A. Holton, who has just been
admitted by the surpreme court of North
Carolina to practice at tbe bar, lathe
daughter of a clergyman, 22 year of age,
small In figure, and of modest, unassuming
Horseflesh is now becoming ao com
mon an article of lood in Paris tbat a thou
sand beasts are consumed every niontb.
Tbey are not killed until tbey become use
less 'or work through age or lameness. The
meat Is but hall too price of beef.
A patriotic man In Kennebunk, Me..
hat painted bis bouse and barn from foun
dation to roof with alternate banda of red,
wblte and blue. At each corner o( the
bouse is a huge union jack about aeven
feet wide, and tho chimney are painted
with the national color, and studded with
Grifflo, Texas, is supported almost ex
clusively by buflalo hunters. Tbey work
with tbe tactic of well-orgunized akrmUb
era, and hundreds of buffaloes are killed,
every day. Tbe bides there are worth
from f 1 to (1 90 each, and the meat com
mands a good price. A skilful hunter will
skin a six-year-old bull In five minutes.
Through a compromise between tbe
younger members of a large Quaker soci
ety, at Iowa Falls, Iowa, who refused to
contribute toward a new church building
unless they could have a steeple, and the
old folks, who ware horrified at tbe pro
posed Innovation, tbe meeting bouse will
have a steeple. Thla will be an incident
without a precedent in Quakerism.
-The Louisville Courier-Journal telle of
a negro who is tbe envy of all the negroe
around. He was euce very black all over,
but a white spot appeared on his body
some years ago that has increased in size
until he has gradually turned from Ethio
pian to Caucasian color. His face and
there hands have undergone the change.
and U preepect that he will be a white
Seme rockless Jokers in Merlden
thought it good fun to have an Italia n um
brella mender arrested on a charge of steal
ing an umbrella that had been given him
taaaand. Alter the man bad spent tbe
night in jail, tbey realized tbat .the joke had
gone too far, so they refused to mike com
plaint against him. The msglstrate, to
shield them, sent the poor follow to jail for
ten days, accusing him of Intoxication.
-The Methodist clergy of Chicago are
stirred up over tne discussion ot the ques
tion ot future punishment and the proba
bility of a hell of lire and brimstone, all ot
which has grown out ofthe emphatic stand
taken by the Rev. Or. Thomas in his ser
mon of last Sunday night. At the regular
weekly meeting of those clergymen on
Monday it was determined to take up at
the next meeting the subject, "How shall
we teach tbe doctrine ol future punish
New England's fishermen say that they
have no reason te complain over the sou-
son's catch, which has been fairly p'Otila
ble, although hatdly up to the average.
Tbe mackerel fleets returned with not
more than half tbe usual numbers, but tbe
herring, cod, and halibut hauls were up to
tbe former standards. The Bank aud
George fleet have already landed 23,000
tons of green fish In Gloucester, and ves
sels are arriving at tbe rate of filty a week.
Prices are well maintained.
Some women in Cincinnati have formed
an a-sooiation tor the cultivation and appli
cation ofthe i rinclple of. art to industrial
pursuits, and the establishment of an art
museum. The brilliant result at South
Kensington, tbe opportunities revealed at
Philadelphia, the school and museums of
Button and New York, are all referred to
in their address to the public a examples
of what concerted effort may do toward
making the study of art in it practical
Uses minister to the happiness and progress
ot their own community.
By virtue of two fee bill, tn ma dlrootrd. fiv
the clerk of the supreme court southern grand
division at Mount Veinon, in the state of Illi
nois, in favor or John O, Abreght 't alt. aud
against Jason B. Smith at a Is., I haye levied
upva iu loiiowmgaeacriaea property, to-wit :
Lot fourteen (14) In ulock eleven (U) lots twen-ty-eix
(i), twenty-seven (i7) and twanty
etght CM. in block seventy-two (72) Uu thirty
one and thirty-two (32), In block twenty-six
in). All tbe above described property Is situ
ated in the city of Cairo, county of Alexa der,
and state of Illinois, which I shall offer for sale
at public vendue at the front, or west door of
the courthouse, In tbe city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and State of Illinois, en tbe 21st day
ofFcbruaiy, 179, at 10 o'clock a.m. lated
this Catro.llL, lsthdoyoi January. A, I) U7ri, ,
PETEIt BALI', Sheriff.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Denier In
V. If OHIO LEVEE.
PlUAXattontloi lvaa toooilgameat a?u
f Ulna order
a warn ......,. m.,-
Fttaall7ltlitiAt. ia-r..ii Isu-a foau
nVIWSl), Wtf fX lJtS VV, ill
A new aid wonderful invention for
washing. Washes like magic ; better than
soap for washing anything ; washes in one
third of the lime ; washes In hard or soft,
hot or cold water; the only preparation
ever Invented that will prevent woolen
. from elirink'ng; worth four times its price
ter washing wooluns alone.-, ;
Mrs. Hery Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"They will rejoice both lor economy's sake
and the safley ol Uelr clothing, and that It
eanjio more injure clothing or hands than
common warm water."
21 PUtt Street, New York.
t37'Uarc!ay Bros, will supply trade in
Tbe ordinary Porous Plaster, on a -count
Ot its peculiar niuchanlcal notion, 1 esteem
ed an article ol merit; but Benson's Caecine
f iroua Piaster is considered an article of
sxtraoruinury merit. It l.as the same
mechanical action, aud, in additi n, posses-en
medicinal qualities ol a remarkaM:
nature, wblcb causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, ana cure wnere
DtherPurous Piasters will not even relit ve
For Khewmatism, Lam aa Weak Bck, Splaa
Disease, Crirk In the Hack. Kidney DiHeoss,
Sprains and Hruisi-H, Severe Paint and Stitches,
VVeakuess of tbe Hack, etc
The manufacturer of 1
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received the Highest Medal at the Centennial.
It is now tbe standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strenitbenini?
qualities attracted tbe attention oi the Cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of pnysicians
who visited tbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it the best remedy ever invented for tbu
Lbove ailment, bold py all Druggists.
Price, 25 cents. '
8 Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
la pursuance of a judgment of McCrackcn Com
mon Picas Court, rendered at iu September Term
1877, in the action of J. H Terrell's Administra
tor, plaintiff aguinK J. Ji. Terrell '3 heirs, etc., de
fendants, 1 will on
MONDAY, JANUARY fctU, 1878,
(Being County Coort day), at the Couit House
door in BlandviUs, Ky., sell to the highest bidder,
on a credit of C. It, 18 and H months, the following
described propery, vix ;
front lots Hot. 3, 4, snd 6, fronting on the Mis
siuippi river ; Lot No- 3, containing IU aciea; Lot
No. 4. containing 20 acres, snd Lot No. 6, contain
ing Wi acres lying in the town of Fillmore, at ths
t.rmmums ofthe N. U. S. L. L. and Chicago
Kailroad, oppotits Cairo, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. 2, which is subdivided into two lots, the one
containing 218 acre, the other containing- Itt8
acres, the whole lying la the Peter bheppard sur
vey ia Ballard County, Kentucky, which waa di
vided Into the lots aforesaid by W. U. lieeves,
Commissioner of this court, snd for s more partic-.
ular description ofthe lots aforesaid reference is
here msde to the P 'st of Division on nle in this ease.
Alto the following tracts of land. vi Lying in
Ballard County, near Pidgeon's Old Mill, being
the land sold by J. 11, Terrell to William Pidgeot
and bought baek by I. 11. Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchase money Lying on the watenr
f Shawnee Creek, beginning at a stake a large red
oak, tws hickories and tweet gum pointers north
caat corner, thence north 87 west 117 poles to a
white oak win, sweet gum , while oak and ash point
ers, corner with Thomas Barlow, thenca oonh 19
poles to a stake wiu. hickory, small black gum sap
lings standing us potnlcn on east bank of a branch
comer with J . U. Terrell'a land, theace south b7 9
east 146 poles to a slake, with two white oaks at
pointers, corner J n. Terr-l's Und, thence 1U9
poles to the beginning, containing HO acres, being a
part ofthe land conveyed by Castius M. Clay to J,
II. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
Col. John Ilartiss, the tame has been ivwkd into
two lots. Not. 1 and 2, by the Commissioner afore
sold, w bicb report of division it on file and her
referred to. The purchaser wiU be required to give
bond with good security, bearing Interest from
(.ay of tale, having force or replevin bond on which
execution may issue when due
This 3rd day of December, 1878.
O.Vf. Marshall, . I. D. Wilcox,
C. o.llKftvu, XV.H. Kf.bvu,
Attorneys. Co rami ISio
Stats of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander couaty, January term,
A. D. 1S7S,
Henrv Whitcamp vs. WUliam Elchhoff, Henry
Eichhoff, Kathi KichhoiT. Charles Kichhofl and
Oracle kiehliorf, bill to reform and foreclose mort
gage in cnancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Henry
Eichhoff and Kathi Kichhoff, two of the
defendants above nail ed, havintr been filed in tne
office ofthe cierk af said circuit oourt of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given to said non-resident
dctenditntit, that the complainant filed his bill 61
complaint in said court on the chancery tide thereof
on the 2 'st day of November A. D. ln'7, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of said court
against laid defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. D. 17 o, ao is by law re
quin d. Now, tberefoe, unless you, the said Hen
ry hichhoffand Kathi Kichhoff shall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court of Alexan
der county on the first day of the next term there
of, to be aolden at the court house in the city of
ary A. D. I.i78, and plead, answer or demur to the
taid complaint's bill of complaint, the a me, and
VKirv.ui wiu county, on uie ur.i suonuav oi .Janu
tne matters ana tbtngs therein cnargeil and stated,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said bill.
John A. (bvk, Clerk.
Gxo. Fish su, Complainant's solicitor.
Nov. aist, A. D.1S77.
E. F. Eunkel'ti Bitter Wine of Iron
The great au cess and Uelifrbtof tbe peoi-le.
In tact notbiuir of tne kind has ever beenofferuil
to tbe Amerioan people which bat so quickly
found its w -sy into tb"irgoou favor and hearty
aoproval as E. F. Kudket'a Bitter Wine of Iron.
ltaoesail It proposes, and thus gives unlverra
satisfaction. It ia uarantcd to nun Uie worst
case of dyspepsia or iadigestion, kidney or
uver aisease, weataeas, nervousness, const! pa
aion, acidity of the stomach, Ae. Get tns gen
uine. Only sold in $1 bottles. Depot and of
fice. 259 North Ninth str-et, Philadelphia. Ask
for Kunkel's and take do other. Sold by all drug
gists. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is a sure eur
for this disease. It has been prescribed daily for
many years in ths practice of eminent nhvsiclaas
With unparalleled success. Symptoms are lo-t of
-. : ...I I rr ' i ri ,k
"CI"-""-, iuu Bi,,i leiug ui hjuv. urynv?. in uiuuvn,
headache, ditslncss, sleeplessness and low spirits.
Get ths genuine. Nottold in bulk, only in SI bot
tles: Hold by all drugiliu. Auk for it. F . Kun
kel's Bitter Wine f Iron and take no other. $1
per bottle, or sis bottles tor $. All I ssk is a trial
of this valuable medkiae. A trial will convince
you at once.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
B, F. Dunkel's Worm Syrup never fails to
remove all kinds of Worms. .Siit, pin and
stomach Worms are readily removed by Kim-
kel'i Worm 8jt"P Dr. knruVi is the only
successful physician in tills country that can
remove Tape worm In from two to four hours,
He h s no fee until head anil all passes alive and
in this space ot time. Common' sense teaches
If Tape Warm can be removed, all other Worms
can readily be removed. Ask your drusciat fur
a bottle ol Kunkel's Worm Hvrnp, - Price l,oO
per bottle. It never falls or send to the doctor
for circular. No. vtVi Nona Niuth St., Phlladel
nhla. Advice fraa. 1 ... f
PDPfsi Any Perton whe will make
r rctsCai I and forward m a list of tbe
names of reliable persons of their Bcqnalntanc
wno Winn to procure an instrument, eiinitr t'l
ano or Organ, I will as my beet endeavors to
acll them one. and for averv nlano 1 succeed in
selling to their list within ons year, I will credit
mem witn iu, ami lor every organ , to neap
nlierl nn navniMit nf althar a talatto or at-nit .
aad when it aro.ont.ts tn sum sufficient tn pay
for any instrument, selected at tbe LOWEST
WtlflLKNALK PIUCH, 1 Will Immediately ship
the Instrument, free, or after any amount I
credited the balance may be paid me In cash and
I will then ahip them the Instrument, Tbey
nrnt not be known In thematter, and will be
doing tbelr friends a rani service, aa I shall
make RPKC1AL OfyHRSto them, sellings
8UPKIUOR lNSTRUMKNT for from ONK
HALF to TWO-THIRDS what I ordinarily
asked by-agont. Pleas send ma a list at once,
aad after you have mad inquiry, yon oaa odd
to It. Address, , . k .
DANIEL F. BE A TTf, Wahhxgion,N. J.
- PUBLIC NOTICB
is hereby given that, by vlr'ueof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County In the State
of Illinois, rendered at the November term,
A. D. 1677. I, August Watermeier, vlmiuistrm
tor of tb Estate of rredarick Watermeier, da
eeaaed, wtll sell at public ven-.ue on the 2,ib
day of December, A. D. 1S77, at tne west dour
of tlw Court House in the city of Cairo, in saul
County, and Stale, at II o'clock p. ss. of said
subject to the widow's dower Intereal therein
fr the payments of the debts of said Kstate ol
Fred-rick Watermeier, deceased, lb following
described property, to-wit I
The south V of northw-st, ajnarter of north
west, nuaner In section thirty -six (3D),, town
ship. Ul'ieen (19) aotilli runjre twr Ci), west of
t le irii principal meridian ainiata in u I it muntv
of Alexander and btatcof lllmoi.
Terms oi Hals Cash in hand upon approval
v,w.wuuuirrrr oi uevu
AUOUbT WATERMr.il. R,
Administrator of th Kstate oi Fred Water,
Dated Cairo, 111s.,Ntv 21st, 1877.
By virtue of uvu executions to ma directed, hv
the i-Jerk of the Circuit Court of A lei muter coun
ty, in Uie State of lllinou, on in lavorof Wil-
nam n. Atnerton, ana one In tavor or Juda
Alherton and against A, C ilodgea, Sr., deceas
ed. I have levied upon the lollowing described
property, to -wit: Lou two ft), four (4) and
tlx (U). in block three (II l Iota one (ll. rkrae l.'il.
dve (i) wid .even (7), in block four (4) ; lota two
W, linir (4) and tis (H), in block five (6) lott two
i-r, wu iv, ma u, eigni ley anu tei iu), In
block six (il) j lubvtwo (-'), lour (4) .six (),
eight () and ten (ill), in block aeven (7) ; lot
tw (:), luur (4), six (u, eight (sj and ten (1"),
inbl ck eight () ; lot ten (Iu), in block thir
teen (lj : iota tlve (6) and eight (8), in block
fourteen (14) ; Iota three (,i), Ave (,'.), i.even (7)
aud nui (It), In block fifteen (15) ; lots two ('.'),
lour (4) snd ix (), in block sixteen (10) ; luts
one (1), three (3), live (5) and seven (7), iu blocs
seventeen (17) lots two U) four (I) and six (ll),
in block eigbtecu (18) ; lou oue (I), three (3),
five 6, seven 7, in block nineteen (1) lou
two(J), four (4) and six (b), In block twtnty ()(
lou on (1J. three (S),vs (!) and seven 71, in
block twenty-one (il); lota two (2), four 4j sad
six (S), in block twenty-two 2'JJi lota on (1),
dirce t.S), Ave (a) and seven (7), in ,bloca twenty.
Uiree; lots two ii), four 14 and sit in bux
twenty-four (24). Ail above described property
iasttaatrd in town of Hodge's Park, county of
Alexander and State of Illinois, which I shall
offer for aale at public vendue at Uie front or
west door of the Caurt llouse, in -the Cityot
Cairo, couuly of Alexander and Suite of Illinois,
on the 26Uiday of January, 13, at' 11 o'oiocs
Dated Cairo , Illinois, 13th day of December,
A.D. I77. PEIEB 8AUP,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
WuaiiEAS, On the first day of April, 1870,
Emma Canine and Hubert 11. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and de
livcrel, to Mrs. Cassis Williams, now Mrs.
lassie Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (:), in block No. twenty-nine () la
Opdyke A Myer's addition, to the city ol Ches
tur, in the eounty of Kundolph and istate ef UU
noia. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory note executed by aaid Robert 11. Can
ine, dated Anril 1. 176. fur two hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, nine and fifteen
months, respectively, from U. dates thereof,
with ten percent, interest froi tbe dotes there
of; which said mortgage wa duly recorded
April t, 176, the recorder' office ia said Ran
dolph county, in book No. oue (1) ol leases,
etc. . on page an : ana
WnBHBAs, Maid mortgage provide among
other tilings for the sale, by the said mortgagee,
ef said lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, Incase
ot default in the payment of the sold notes or
any part thereof ; and
Whshbas, Tbe time for tbe payment of the
aid notes, and each of them has long sine elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last Uiree
ot ibe above mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and Ave cents (oU.ot.)
How. therefore, notice la hereby given that,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, lo78, at
the door of the court house In said city of Chester
at the hour oi two o'clock p.m. of aaid day, the
undersigned will offer said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in hand and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, aud deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
Formerly Cassia Williams .
State of Illinois, Conntyof Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander eounty, Jan nan,
Lrbaine J . Lonhienne vs. Marv E. Lonhlena.
Bill for Divorce In Chancery.
Affidavit ofthe non-residence of Mary E. Lon
hienne, the defendant above named, having
been filed in the office . f tho clerk of aaid
court ot Alexander couaty, noUce is hereby
ulven to the said non-resident defendant,
that tho complainant filed bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery aide thereot
on theUthday ol October, a.d. Is77, and that a
summon thereupon issued out of said court
ngainst said defendants, returnable on tbe
lirsl Monday In tbe month of January, a. d.
1S7S, as is by law required. Now. threfor.
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhienne, sbail
pe.sonally be and appear before the stud circuit
court of Alexander eounty on the first day of
tbe next term thereof, to be holden at the oourt
bouse in the city of Cairo, In said county on the
first .Monday In the month of January, A. D.
17B, aud plead, answer or dvmui totuld bill ol
complaint, the same and the nutucrs and tumgs
therein set forth, will be taken aa confessed, aud
a decr-e entered against you according le Uit
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, ClerV
W, C. Mdlkxt. Complainant's Solicitor. '
Cairo. Ills. Oct. i5th A. D 1B77. w.
Is hereby given to Joshua U. Hall as adminis
trator de bonis non of Uie estate of Hoaea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin Bralnanl ofthe pendency,
in the circuit Coort of Alexander count), Illi
nois, of byi in chancery te torecloae a mort
gage, wherein you, toget er wilh Chauncey N.
.-bniman, Louisa N. Hhlpman Jos ph W.
Drexel and Charles Edward Tracy, as Receiv
ers of th Cairo and Vinoennea railroad, and the
Cairo and Vlnomnes railroad company ura de
fendants, and Chariot C. Holten, as Receiver of
of "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, Is complainant : and that the summons
In said cause Is returnable on the first dayot the
the January term, A. D. 1878, ol said Court to
be bolden at th Court llouse, In the city of
.Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 27th, 1877.
JOHN A. REEVrS, Clerk of said Court
dAiii;xL P. Wueeleh, Solicitor of complaint
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander Couaty. January
Term, A. D. 1878. ' 7
George Weiss vt. Mary Nolle, Anna Nolle, Ida
Nolta and rnstlne Nolls Bill to forsciate
martgage in chancery.
Affidavit of the non-resldtnce of Mary Nolta,
Anna Nolta, Ida Ncdte aad Arnstine Nell, the de
endunts above named, haviag bwi hied in tb
Office of the Clerk of eaid Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice Is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that tne complainant filed his
bill Df complaint In said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the 311th day of October, A. D.
1H77, and that a summons thereupon Issued oat ol
laid Court against said denrndants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A..D 17, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, ths said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolle and Arnstine
Nolle shall penonally b and appear before th said
Circuit Court or Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to l,t kolden at the Court
house in Ui city ot Cairo, ia said county, oa ths
firtt Monduy of January, A. D, 187S, atd plead,
nnjw.Tor demur to ths said complainant's bill ot
complaint, the same, and th matters therein
charged aud suted, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according v the
prayer of said bill,
- JOHN A. REEVM. Clerk.
GEOROB Kishbb, Complainant's Solicitor,
Q tober 29,1877. (Nov 1. iw)
' '. " ". ''NOTICE.
Walter Uyalop, treasurer, vs. 0org W, Coch
ran. Assumpsit With attach ruanl.
Public nolle I hereby given to th aaid
George W. Cochran that a writ of attachment
Issued out of th oirloe of th clerk of Alexandi r
county circuit eonrt, dated the Mh day of De
cember, A. D , 177, at the (Hit or th said WJ.
ter Hytlsp, treaiurer, aad svalnst th rtute of
th said Georg W, Coohraa, directed to th
sheriff of Alexander eounty, which aaid writ
has been returned executed. Now, therefore,
unless ynu. ths said George W. Cochran, shall
personally he and appetur befsre the said Alex
ander Bounty exrsuit ooeurt os or before thelnt
day of lit aaat term thai, to be holden l th
eourt house, In the city of Cair , oa th Bnt
Monday of Jsaua y, A ft., lS7rt Vv.i2
ball, and Plea to the said aWatiraaolTpadi.
men t shall be entered sgalust y Uj aailso mueh
ofthe prsperij - altacheui a may b sufficlsnl to
Ma"y Um Jtotit and ot will b Vohl
to satisfy tb ssre. ""
j tJREKN Y QILnRstT, JOIN A. SIEVE
Ar sot adveilited as "eure-allt," bat art specif,
les in ths diseases for which they are recent-.
Invettigators of natural science hare deraoa
llrated beyond controversy, that throughout th
animal kingdom the "survival ot th fittest" Is th
oniy law mat voucntaiea thrill snd perpetuity.
Does aol the sam principle govern the commercial
prosiicfity of man? An inlerior cannot supercede
superior snide. By leason of superior merit, Ur.
Pierce's Standard Mediclnte have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In the United Suum .In. ...
cecds one million dollars per snnura, while tae
amuupt siported footi up to several hundred thou
ssnd mors . No butia.M could grow to tuck gigan
tic proportions and rest npon any ether bull than
that of merit.
Golden Medical- Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-cleauln.
Golden Medical Discover?
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogue or Liver Stimulant
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of its alterative properties, cures diseases
of in. Uloooand akin, as Sjrofuli, or King's Evil ;
Tumors ; fleers, or Old Sores ; Hlotchea; Pimples;
and Eruptions. By virtue of Its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung Affec
tions; Incipient Consumption: Lingering Coughs;
snd Ckroaic Laryngitis. Its Cholalogue properties
render il an unequaled remedy lor Biliousness Tor
pid Uver, or "Liver Complaint;'' and iu Tonic
properties make it equally efficacious ia curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite snd Dypepsla.
Where the skin it sallow snd covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will effect an entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have tallow color of skin,
or yellowish brown spots pn face er body, frequent
headache or diirlneu. bad taste ia mouth, Internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spina
and gloomy foreboding., imgular appetite, and
tongue coaled, you are suffering horn Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness.' In many cases of "Liver Com.
filsint." only part of these symptoms sr. exper
enced. At a remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects
Eerfeet cures, leaving Uie liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P,
Purely Vegetable. No Care Required
while Ueloff thorn.
TV. TJhL r:;ni', . miiy mvi
PARVO PHYSIC, scarcely larger than lausurd
.la .nil .m a,,....ju.nJ f' L ...
necessity ef taking the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore to much ia use.
At a remedy for Headache, Diuinett, Rush f
Blsod to ths Head, Tightness about the Chest, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, F.ructatlons from tke Stomach,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice. Pain in the Kidneys.
Highly-Coleted Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are ansurpatsed.
Furthermore, 1 would say thai their actios U unl
vcrsal, not a gland escaping their sensitive impress.
Age docs not impair the properties at i Set Pellets.
They are sugar-coated and inclosed la gl.it bottles,
their virtues thereby being preserved unlmpaiitu
for any length of time, so tkst they an always fresh
and reliable This It net th cat with tbu plili
which are put up In cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily us or two Pel leu has cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Teuer, Salt-rheum.
"TiT1".' Wlfa.Bfotches. Pimples. Wore Eye.
and Eruptions. Th.yare, nowever.reeomm.nW
to be taken in connection with ths Golden kledital
Discovery, In order to secure the best mulls.
The remeiTial management of those diseases
peculinr to women bus afforded a large expeii
enos at Uie World's Dispensary, of which Dr.
Pierce is the ch ief consul ting physician, in adapt
ing remedie lor their car. Jr. Pierce's Fav
oi IU Pictcrtption is ths result of this extended
experience, snd has become JustlyeaSebrated for
its many and remarkable cores of all those ohrn
10 diseases sod
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restoraiiy
Ionic to the entire system. It It a nervine of un
surpassed ciHcacv. and. whlln u nntet
Irritation, it strengthens tile enfeebled nervous
sysiem, increDv restoring it to healthful vlror.
1 he follow in diseaaea are amnna Ihna. In hlk
be Favorite Prescription haa worked magio
vi ucuenrrnuu, or -vvniies,- axosi
lve Flowing, Painful Mensrruatioa. flan.iunl
upm-esfions, Weak Back, Prolapsus, or billing
. um imiun. Jimerernion, neireveraien, near
g -down U.n.iinn, ohtwuiu Cuu-wi.ii, 1st-
mmation snd Ulceration ol th Uterus, Inter-
I Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, De.
. ndenov, and very many other ehroalc diaeaHS
r.ullar to women, but not mentioned her.
Tbe following Ladles ar a few of the many
thousands who can testify to thesfficacy of Dr.
Pierce' Favorite Prescription, from experltne
and observation t
Mrs Cornelia Allison, Feoata, Iowa, MrtTko
JMethvIn, Hatcher's Station, Us; Mrs T A Ssy.
moar, Home, N.T; Mrs Francis tins wick . Vsr
aailes, Ohlo Mr Lsroy Putnam, North whan
ton, P ) Mr Mary A Hunolt, Eplna, Mo; Mr
Mary A Frishie, Lehman, Pat Mrs D KGIU,
Chillicntbe, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Melons, West
Springfield, Pa; Mrs K Hlatt, Kmporls, Kan;
Miss Louis Pratt. Dodgeville, Mass; Mrs L A
Daahield. Norfolk, Va ; Mrs C Allison, Proctor,
Iowa : Mrs J N Vernon. St, Thomas, Oat ; Mrs
S O Moran, A1 North Howard stieet, Bsltlmore,
Md i Mrs Lucy Cullman, Barnetvllle, Ohio, Mrs
Nanov Mc.Naught, Jeffemon, Iowa: Mr L U
Blemrod. Friendship, N Y ; Miss Ellen Cady,
Wfstffcld, N Y; Mrs Anthony Amann, Vsrona,
NT: Mrs B N Hooks, Grand Rapids, Mlck Mrs
f II Webb, Watertown, N Y . Thousands of ref
erences ean be given at th World's Dispensary.
Dr. K V. Ptsaca Is th sale proprl.tor and
manufaolnnr ef the foregoing remadlra, all of
Which ar sold by druxgisu. H Is also lb
Author of ins People's Common Seas Msdic-I
i.wf'! w"rff nearly oa thousand page,
with two hundred and slghiy-two wootl-ciigrav-lag
aad colored plat, lie ha already .old of
thi Dapulur work n . . , .
Over 100,000 Copies!
; PRICE (post paW$l so.
AdtUlMl :(.' ''.'! "I ' - '' I '
' n. v.preneE.Ri.i).
.Warld'. DUisasory, ffais SI. y.
Staat. Tivin. n ir r.M.
H. L. HALLU.AV, W. P. HAUJaix;
U. D. WiuiAMSoa, aVrarBaa Biaxs,
a. o, oAxrsnji.
Exchange, Coin aad United States
Bonds Bought and Hd.
DEPOSITS receivsd and a general hanklnf
Boss, President H. Wells, Cashier
P. Neff, vie Pres't J. J. Kertb. Asat Cath'r
alM lp Mr
CornrCcmmrolU At, and 8th ItrM
OAino, zxaXjs. " - -
F. Bross, Csiro. W m Kluge, Cairo.
P. Neff, Uiro. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A. buaanka, Cairo, B. L. Silibi.aiy, tt. LoolS
E. Buder, Cairo. H W. lis, Cairo.
F H.-Brlnkman, St. Louts.
J. Y.Clemsou, Caledonia.
A General Banklnt Bn.ime
tf-Exohangs told and bought Intrt paid
n tbe Savings Department. Collection natd.
nd all business urornutlv attended to.
OHARTCREO MARCH SI, 19 1
OITT NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD, President.
8. S. TAYLOR, Viee President.
W. HTSLOP, See'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Baxclav, Cuta. GAUona,
F. M. Btocxflbtb, PablG. Scnmj,
H. it. ctTsnrutaRAii, H. L. Raludat.
J. M. PHnxirs.
TNTERE8T paid on deposits at th rat of sit
A per cant, par annum. March 1st and Septan
Mr lit. Interest not withdrawn 1 added latun
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
ftotnat thaw. inttmnt
Married Women and Children may
Avepasik money ana no one
else oan draw it.
Open every business flay from 8a.m. tot p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for savings deposit oalf
rom to 8 o'clock.
Evansvllle. Cairo and Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evana.
. Tille, LoniavillA, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tb elegant side-wheel steamer
'alrb B. PBwnn,oTO. ... ..Master
Jbamlbs PaitaiKOToK...... C'Ufk
t- Will leave Cairo very WEDNESDAY at
o'clock o. tn.
The Beet tleamar
gas How am....... ........... .Jbtaitar
Ed. Thoma clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATtlKHVI.
Each boat maktselo connecnons st Ualr
with nratrelas steamers for St Louis, Mam-
BblsandN(w Orleans, and at EvarurvUl with
leE. AC. R. R, for all point North and Eaat,
and with the Louisville Moil Steamer fos.all
rviinU nm thm ITioum, ,i,ia i- w .
eelpt on freight and passennr to all point
For urther information apply to
J A.HKS HKJGS, Faasenger Agent.
HALXJDA Y BKOS., (
Or to 1 G. J. GKHHER,
auperintendent and General Freight Agent,
l.M.vg)-lT Kyanavill Indiana.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Class,
Corner 19th street and Oonamarol Aw.
Daniel F, Beatty's
PIANOS and ORGANS.
BE ATT Y xTuSEi,!
and HKATrY'S CELKBKATBD COI.nai
TONGUE r ARLOR ORGANS ar th Swaetaal
toned and most perfect Inttrumeau ywr Basora
manalactiired in this r any other sotry. The
Th world I challenged to equal tbenal Beat
discounts and term sver befbr given. Rock
Bottom li! prices now reedy to Jobber,
agent and tbe trad la getMraJ. Art aOar i
Then otlebrated iaslrumeuu (attber Platvs os
Organ) boxed and shipped anywhere, oa ly, to
RfUn day twi trial. Money retnaded Bad
frlgkt charges paht both way If liTany
sfsclory. Fully w.rrsated IW EmjZi
trlctly finl-class. Extraordinary liberal
Isnouata f lva to 'Jhoroh, H).m1s. LodaTswT
lUlls. Ministers. 'iWhera, elo., uToSSti
bav Ibera Introduced at nc wber I bav
agsata. Thoa sands bow la aa. kw Uk,
lratr4 All VERTIZ1R (catalog diUoa). Tlh
list of tastlmonlala, sww ready, ataltV, It
labllshed la law. Addisxav
DANIM&F. BtATTT, '
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