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taking Samo Connections,
AHngere bv other ront to make
Couaaction must ride all nightwait
In from One to Six Hour at
atnall country alatlona for
trairs of connecting- roads.
a member that fact and take eur
5:00 a. m. Trainrcaohing
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61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
trains of this forai.any connect 1 1 81
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'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
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ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
V!i!i ijlrpi-.t Coniicctionn (or
Traveler irelrlns a
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SliotiM remcralicr that;th
i BALTIMORE ,& OHIO RAILROAD!
;is celebrate-J for Its
Hna tin Conches. 8nlendIJ llotrta. (iranrt
ku(I Iiuautltlil Mouutain cod Valley .j
oi:nui7, auu me many points
lllstorloul Intcrobt Along
eFara wlU ALWAYS b u LOW
as by any hor tins.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
WITHOUT CHANGE : ,
- Hotwcen.tL. Prtncljial
Western and Eastern Citios,
Kot through tltketH,.l)airii(!;e- okaoks,
n ivi'tncnt or trains, bloenlnif car aooom-
ui'nUtlons, etc., rt!.i apply at ticket ofllcci
u t: priudp.11 pouiiH,
MORTH, 60T7TH, AT ' WSBX
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i l)orer, L.M. Col
I't Uon. TickelAKt. OefcTtckjt if
'.,P. Brry, , ' Tlw. B. ibifi
.j.; J. AJrt. w- Mat .of Tttolt'
ruvtrand aiiuv, tLe
ipirita, aud good al-
petit tby wlu "
you by taKlog Blllf
Tllk. CIlJCAI'Ka r, AN D BtoX J AMLY MKI)
IC1NE1.N X1IK WORLD.
Knr DYSPEPSIA, CON8TlPATH)N.Jaod!ce,
illiuatlarka, blCK IIKAUAClIB, Colic, D
rcntionuf Hpirits., hOLltSiOHACH, He
Ttiia onrlTalle.1 fioutUern Rmly wr
riutwl not to contain a i-artlcie of M'-rcury,
or any iujuriou eulmlance, but ia
uiauinlnir thoM (tout hern roott and hrba whlo.b
an all wUiirovlilMiih placet in euuiitrie
wbreUwUilrct.tl. It WU1 eu all
nlaeaaea nviswl ty deraiigultveat oa tue
and bowel. ,
io iymp'oma of Uvr CoinpUint are a bit
trr of bad UaUs in the looutb i'aln in tbe baca,
bitraor Juiuu, oUn iuuiakn lor rliuina
tuimitoar atouiacb, lo ot appetite, bocl
alUTHately Cuauve and lax oaiteh, lun 01
uiKio.ry, Wltua painful atnaaUon of bavinK
failed to do aomcliilnK wluctt ounht to bave
iModiiit, dtbUity, low spiriia, a Uilca yel
low auiiearaocM ! tliu aklu and eyea, a dry
eouirb ollun iuutM.tt frconuuitlou.
ewuie.lm-Ji nuuiyor uifna ayuipwiu "
th diatusu, at utiier Tcry Itw, but tlie liver, the
largest organ in Hie bod, la eenerally tlie anal
of iliiMia and II not reanilalwl in but, jrreal
wiffering, wreiebedntm and DtA'lU wt.l eu
ua. I can rwyininwnd u an effleacloui remedy for
diaeiuwa ol Ui Liver, Hvartburn and irspaa,
binimon Liver Kexclator. Law.i Wimoaa,
17ifc Muter "irvtt, AastetAnt Pomuaater, Phil
" We have teted Ita vlrtuea, peraonally, and
now tbt for l)pepii, liiliouaiieea anil
Throbbing Headache it i the beat madlciue tue
world ever aw. We have Uted forty o.ber
rcmedie Ixiion; Sinimon Lirer IUiPilior,
but noo of them iravc ih inorv than Uuiporarv
reliJ; but the itiiUwr not enly mirvnl
but cured us. "-to. lEUMlafa AMU ilram
uau, Atauoa. Oa.
Nothinr is so uouleaaant. BOtbiBg so common
aa bad breath, and la nearly every cate It cornea
from the sunoach, and can be to easily eorrecw
d if you will Use hiuioioni' Liver Rcirulator,
10 not pegieoi so eure a itiul-uj iur uiw it
pulkivedi.order.. It will alaj improve Tour
Appetite, oomplexiou, aud Otneral Health.
This dUtreetlng eulictlon occurs moot fre
quently, the disturbance of the stomach,
arloiflK from imperfectly dleeabl conteuu,
causea a aevere pain in ths beaL Sceoinanied
ilii diunrreeaMe nauiea. aud thut COU'tltutea
what is Douulaily known as (tick llradViiC. t or
AKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, CoutalDS four medical element, never
found In the same happy nrotiortlon in any
other preparation, vis: a ftentle Catliartr. a
lwnul tjnio, n uneAccpUrnabla alteraiive
inn a certain uorrecuve 01 u iinpurinen 01
he body. VucaniKiutl suneeai has attended lu
UU ' at it is bow regaruea u we
,Al a Remedy in
MtLAKIOUS FKVKrW. llO KL COM
i'lJtLSTH, DYSPKl'MA, MENTAL DEPUr S
sICX, KKSTLKSsNEt", JAL'MilCt. .NAU
K. KICK HtAI)CHK. COMC. COXsTlP-
IT HAS.NU tgUAL.
Armed with this AXTnOTE. all changes of
ellniate and water and food suay bo faced vrlth-
out fear. Asa Kuncay in bauaki"-3
hVKRS. HO A EL CuMPl.AI.MS. Btbl-
LKsrtNKiH, JAL'NDICK, NALbEA.
MAtTACTCHED 05LT BV
J. II. ZblLEM,
Price fl.'JO. 6old by all DruxcCta.
Jiluttrattd Monthly Mnjmnt,
Lach number contains thirty-two nae?t of
readi matter, enanyjina woodcut illustrations
and one colored plula. A btautiftil eanlen mag
aune, prinud on ol'irant piper, and full of in
formation, in Kotlisb and ucrman. Pr 1 1!
rirk'i Flewet and Veavtable (Jarden, 80 cents
In paper covers. In elf .nt cloth covers 91 .
tick's Csialoirue 30 llluntntiom. only ttro
cents. Addrees, James icJt, Hocnester,
Vtct's Illustrated Priced Catalogue.
Pevrntv-llve raid. H illustrations, with de-
ciplloneof thousiiniL of 'he best vegetable and
flawer in tho world, and the way to grow them,
all for a two cent l.onUge stamp. Printed in
German and Eugllui.
V ict's r lower ana veietaoie i.ariien. ou cents
In paper rovers In eleont cloth covers, tl.
lie liluatrations snd colored plates in every
number. Price $1 a year. Ove e-piei for 85.
Aduie.i, James v ice, Koctititer, i . I .
I'iek's Flower and Vegetable Gwlcn.
Is the most beautiful work of the kind in tbe
iirld. It contains ncarlv lew iMKes. bttnrtreds
f tine illuktrations. ami six chrorao plates beau
tifully drawn ml colored Itom nature. Priced
enu in paper coven, at ui viuui, rnnict m
let man and Knglioh.
Vlck a CataJogne, 0" iiliistrat1on, only Mis,
Aildren , James Vkk, ltotiieeUr, N . V.
YicVs Fluwer and Vegetable Seeds.
Are slanted by a million people in America.
SeeVick's Catalogue 30 illustrations, only
wnw. . . . ............. .....
Vlrs iiiustratea Montniv Aiaa-aiine-j-.-paifee,
flue illiutrations and colored plate each auiulKr,
price l V a year. Kive copies for $
Vick's lower ai a V egetuDie oar ien, ou (vnts
In paper covers, with elegant cloth cavers il.
All my pu'dications are printed in English
and German. Addreis James Vlek,
1-jltl uociiemcr, a. t.
E. P. Kunkel'a Bitter Wins of Iron
Tha emat an inaas and dcllcbtof the DfOllle.
in tact nnihin of tne kind has ever beenoflfcrud
to ths American people which hat so quickly
found its way into their good favor and hearty
artprovalat E. . Minsers uiuer nmeoi iron.
It does an it proposes, ana tnus gives univena
satibfaolion. It is guaranteed to cure the worst
nases ofdyspepsia or indigestion, kidney or
liver dueu-e, wsniness, nervousnosa, conxipa
Sion, antdity of the stomach, Ac. (let tne grn
uine. Only sold ill l bottles. Depot and of
(lc. WNortll Ninth street, Philadelphia. Ak
ior ivunaei auo iniie no oiuer, ooiu My ui uiun-gl-,
Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. F. Kanksl Bitter Wine of Iron is a lure cure
for this disease. It has been prescribed daily for
manv vein in the nractlee of eminent physicians
with unparalleled lucieis. Symptoms are lost of
appetite, wind ana rising 01 loon. aryne in mouni,
neauncne, uixnncps, iieepiemnesi mi iu. .puna.
Uet the genuine. Not sold in bulk, only in It bot
tles; Hold by all drnciists.' - A" for K; F t h,un
knl'. Ttliter Wine of Iron and lake no other. 1
twiula. nrtii botlleasnr tS. All I ask is a trial
of this valuable medicine. A trial will convince
you at once,
Worms. Worms, Worms.
it. v. Dunkel'a Worm Svrun never falls to
remove all kinds of Worms. Beat, nln and
.in...h iiArmi .rt nm iv reiauve I uv nuu-
kel's Worm Byrnp. Dr. Knnk.l is tfra only
suooessful ph)tlolan In this country that can
...... T. Vnm tn fmm two tl four DOUrS.
He has BO fee until head and all passe aiive anu
In thta nt Hui.. rnmmnn senile teaches
If Taps Wermcan be removed, all other W orms
oan readily be removed. Ask your druggist for
a bottle ol Knnkel's Worm Syrup. Price l.o
per bottle. It never raiia or avnu so iu n.wr
for olrcnlar. No. i Korth Ninth St., Philadel
phia, Advice tree.
BTn our Wee
100 a nu.iiij
nta. asutsr IK"
CtN, SI. Luk4. Mik
Oflet , 33MUtlBk aull6.1MTt Csmi VwcXftb Ota a&4
CAIKO, ILUNOIS, THURSDAYi FEBRUARY 7, 1878.Vl
LINCOLN AND DOGLAS.
. . .
An toua M.tii'. licllcbtfal Hernial.
rencea K r Aoteworlby Aaee-
dolea-Tbe Nnrtyr Prealilenfs Ilosi
ftily stnsl Ihet 1.1 tile ttiam'a Prodlr-
IDsvcnport (Iowa) (iizette, Jan 10.
For tho last ilftfteu years Mr. 'ixon Uen
ton bus been one ot tbe mint prominent
men In Delaware couoty, In tills state.
His residence wax in Mniirliinter, where he
wan as popular as any cltUen of a town
can well become. "Nick" Deuton was
everybody's friend. He pos.o-sed a line
ftduo itlon, was one ol the roblest-lookine;
men in be state, and wan brilliant in iulud.
lie cared Utile for public honor elee be
mlgbt hive become a noted man In Iowa.
Mr. Denton went to Tex.n a couple of
weok Mnre with three or four carloads of
blooded cattle to offer to Htock breeders
in tiat state, and met with an accident on
tbe railroad, which caused bis death. His
remains were biougbt.to Manchester the
other day tor burial. A retidentof this
city who knew Denton wcll ban related to
us an anecdote .which illustrates kick's
readiness In repartee, and given us the de
tttilh of incident which will be read with
lutertft by every one who reveres the
memory of Abraham Lincoln, by every
wfcojne eheil-Qe the memory ot Htephen
When the Illinois Central railroad was
being built. "Nick'' Denton was one of the
civil engineers who made surveys for it,
and superintended its conatruclion. Alter
trains were running between the northern
termini, Dunleith and Chicago, to Cairo,
the civil engineer Indulged in a banrjuet
at a hotel in Centralis, John Wynian af
terward Brigadier General Jack" Vy
man, who was killed at Vicksburg was
one of those engineer. While tbe festiv
ities were at :heir height, Jack Wyman
rote to propoie a volunteer toait. He
raised bis glaas "Here's to the.two Nicks:
OldMckand Nick Denton!" The merri
ment wa luriens the Joke was on Den
ton. The victim .waitci until quiet had
been restored scd then raised bis glass
"Here's to the two Jauke: Jack Ass and
Jack AVynian!'' h lated Wvasn till bis
career close. When In the army with bis
brifaUe be would get the K cognation
from a far J I -talit voice. "Here's to the
two Jack!" In the tone of a prolonged
1 bo Illinois Central was not "fenced In"
in Hi early day, and jattle weie frequently
killed by tbe trrlnr. Much trouble with
the owners of lite etock enued. At hit
two cows belonging to a MethodM minis
ter in the central part of the state was
killed. Tbe company was sued for dam
ake, and tbe company resolved to make a
test cake of it. Tbe president ol the On
tril directed Denton to take $.V.K In gold
and go to Springfield and retain Abra
ham Lincoln for the company. Denton
was well acquainted with Lincoln. He did
as directed; entered Mr. Lincoln's cilice
and told him "the Illinois Central wished
to retain bimai counse I In that ilethoulnt
mlth-ter,s cow ease." Mr. Lincoln replied,
"I am sorry you didn't come yesteyday,
Nick, for I am retained by tbe preacher
and bis friend." Denton explained fully
the Importance of the cacetothe company,
and then, pulling two buckskin bags tilled
with gold out ot his pockets, be put them
down on tbe table before the lawyer, with
a startling chink, saying, "Mr. Lincoln, the
president of tbe company, autboilzes me
to band you th in retainer of foOO to take our
cafe." Mr. Lincoln jumped to his feet,
fluahed with angur over this apparent at
tempt to hire him to abandon bis client,
and replied: "Nick Denton, I bave given
my promise to that preacher and bis
friends, and .the Illinois Central hii-n't
money enough to buy me from his side.
1 don't know that I Khali ever get a dollar
lroui him but I'll do mybe-t to make
your company pay for these cows ." Den -ton
used to nay that he never felt to mean
and small in all his lile as be did at that
moment. And in lb60, though a Democrat,
he used to say, during the presidential cam
paign, that Lincoln was the noblest lnnn in
In 103 Douglan, Democratic candidate
for president, made a speech in Dubuque.
Dcbton, who . bad been acquainted with
Douglas for. many years, went to Cedar
Rapids with a committee to accompany
the senator to Dubuque. On the way
Denton and Douglass had a private tilk
together. "Judge,,' said Denton, "what
do you think of the campaign bow is It
coming out? What's best for a young man
to do who has a notion of getting into pol
itics!' "AicK," replied Douglas, "as
thing are now, If I was a young man am
bitious for political place I would support
Lincoln. Ho will be elected and there'll
be war) Tbe entire south will withdraw
from tbe Union; both sections will appeal
to arms. All tho northern Democrats who
support me will uphold Lincoln's adminis
tration to ave the Union. Ho otser
course will be possible or tolerated. Tbe
slaveholders will invite war, and they'll
got was till tboy are sick or 1L Wur will
freo tbe slaves; there'll be devastation and
ruin in the south,"
Denton reported this conversation to
soma of bis friends tho evening of election
day. After the result ol the election was
know, Denton waa ttrm In bia belief, and
didn't conceal it, that war was at hand,
when almost everybody else thought differ
ent, and Tena proved that Mr. Douglas
was correct, .
CniTAAT tnt) i niTPT)CI Yon ran ea
BII1UUL1 lUntimnO. ally Incwase
r 'a salary by devoting a very smull yortloB ol
your leisure time to mv Interest. I do not ex-
Mot tou to canvass tut mv uslebrated Beattv'a
Pianos and Organs nnhts Von see fit to I bat the
service i require or yon is nolo pmissnt ana
profitable, rnll partfcnlars It'. : Addrsts
DANIEL F.BKATTY, WsshBgtOB, N. J,
you ateifmr i
l. VZS&bwtWt. at VwVivjOsu tx j
A W9 ti wavdenul iBTentiou for
wass.ng. W'aiXssI lis magi ', ttsctsi i kan
soap for washing anything; washes In one
third of the time ; washes In bard or soft,
bot or cold water; the only preparation
ever invauted that will prevent woolens
from ebrinkuig; worth four times Us price
tqr washing woolens alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beechsr
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"They will rejoice both ler economy's sake
tad tne saftey ol Uielr clothing, and that It
can no more injure clothing or bands than
common warm water."
21 Watt Street, New York.
CiTUarclay llfos. will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on acconnt
sf ha peculiar mechanical action, Is esteem
sd an article ol merit; but Benson's Cc pcine
P irons Planter is considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, In add:tiun, pos-
seaea medicinal qualities ot a remarkabli
nature, which causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
other Porous Plasterswili not even relieve
For Khemnattsm, Lame in Weak Back, Spina
Disease, Crick in the Hack, Kidney i!neaD,
Hprams ami Bruises, rievexc Pains aud 6litcbes,
tVealucas of the Back, etc
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Iteoelved the Highest Medal at the Centennial.
It Is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
Dualities attracted tne attention oi tbe cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of physicians
who vihlted the Centennial, who nronounc-
ed it tbe best remedy ever invented for the
Oove aliments. Mold py all Druggist.
Price, 25 cents.
IST Barclay Bros, will siiddI v the trade
COM UISSIONEK'S SALE.
In pursuance of a indrmeat of McCracken Com
mon i'lea Court, rendered at its September Term
j.-,, (, m uivavuon oi a. ji. lerren s Aummutra
tor, plaintiff axamst J. 11. Terreli'shcin. etc.. de
fendants, 1 will oa
MONDAY, JANUARY 2Sth, 1878,
iBeini County Court day), at the Couil House
doorinlltandvitle, Ky., Mil to the hinheit bidder,
on a credit of . 11, is aud 'Ji months, the following
ocscriDco propery, viz j
tront lots AOs. 3, 4, ana s, framing on the Mis
sissippi nver ; Lot No- 3, containing 10 acres; Lot
No. f, containing 'Hi acres, and Lot -So. a, coitaiu
ing rj)sacres lying in the town of Fillmore, at the
termiuunu of the N . O. H. L. L. and Chicago
Itailroad. opposite Ciiro. Illinois. Also back Lot
No. 2, which is subdivided into two kits, the one
containing 21 i acres, the other containin; lv(-
acres, the whole lying la the Peter Shepparl sur
vey in Ballard County, Kentucky, which wis di
vided into the lou aforesaid by W. II. Kteves,
Commissioner of ibis court, and for a more psrtic
ula r description of the lou aforesaid refereice is
Here made to tne 1' ttgl uivuionennle in thiscase.
Alto the following Mill of land, vis Lying in
Ballard County, near Pideeon's Old Mill, beira
the land sold by J. B. Terrell to William PidgeJI
and bought back by I. H. Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchase money Lying on the wateni
af Shawnee creek, beginning at a stake a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum pointers north,
cut corner, thence north 87 9 west 147 poles to a
while osk with sweet gum, white uak and ash point
ers, corner with Thomas Barlow, the'nee aonh 1)9
poles to a stale with hickory, small black gum sap
lings standing as pointers on east bank of a branch
corner wiiA J . H. Terrell's land, thence south 1-7 3
earning poles to a stake, with two white oaks as
pointers, comer J H. Ter-tl's land, thence U'J
poles to the beginning, containing loO acres, being a
part of the land conveyed by Cauiua M. Clay to J.
U. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented
Col. Joha llarsiss, the same has been ivldtd inn
two lou. Nov 1 aud 2, by the Commissioner afoc
soid, which reiiort ol division is on file and hire
referred to. '1 he purchaser will be required to ve
bond with rood aecuritT. bcarinir interest turn
r!ay of sale, having force of replevin bond on wlich
execution iriay issue when due.
This Vd day of December, 1878.
G.W. Marshall, I. U. Wilcox,
C. S KKUvks, I W.H. Kkxvu,
Attirnevs t'omml saio
By virtue of two fee bills to me directed. y
the clerk of tbe supreme court southern grad
uivision at stount Vernon, in the state ol lli
nois, in favor of John C, Abreght i t als. nA
against Jason B. Smith et als., 1 haye leTed
upon thelolluwingdercribed property, to-vit :
Lot fourteen U) in idock eleven ill) i lots twn-
ty-bix (it), twenty-aeven (J7) and tweny
eight (). in bl'ick seventy-two (72) ; lets tbiry
one and thirty-two (3J), In biock twenry-iix
Ui). All tne aDove aeacriueu property is elu
ated In tbe city of Cairn, county of AlexanoSr.
and state of Illinois, which 1 shall offer for le
st public vendue at the front, or west ooor of
the courthouse, In tbe rity of Cairo, county of
Alexander and State of Illinois, on tbe 21st day
ofFebruaiy, lHTri, at 10 o'clock a.m. lated
tills Cairo.IlL, 18Uiduy of January, A.l. l7rl,
Stateof Illinois, county of Alexander, hh.
In the Alexauder county circuit court.
1 Inch Callahan vs. John Devine.
Bill of foreclosure sad for relief, etc
Amount of decree rendered Jan. 4. t' ''"4 90
Interest from January t, 1878, at iif '
cent. ; costs of suit, including '
tor's tee of SW
Public notice is hereby givenia' i pursuance
Of a decree rendered In said r" ,,' l'
entitled cause at the special LTm. , Ita A t
lt)77, 1. John Q. Usrman, " chancery of
said county, will, on FrW
K'.'d DAY OF KEB"AKY A. D. 1S7S,
at the hour of 10o'jolt a.m., Sell at public,
vendue to the bii-" UidJ cash, atihe
fron"o the'h. in he city of t sir,,,
in sai.l county anf!. the following described
reRt xi.m i thfC'ty of Cairo, county of Abx-
ander and star " " :,
off of the frnoenil of k)IS numbered twenty-one
(Ml twenfv-0 -) twenty-three (), and
twentv-lou?-1). uloc nfiy-two (W). being
oQ of the frnl on Walnut street, in
aald cltv Asking a piece one hundred feet on
WalautVMtt ad flrtT feet on Berenth street,
tonelhei'" ,h privileges and appurtenances
thereun belonging or in any wise thereto spper-
i1 JOHN Q. BARMAN,
S p VTiixlxb. Master In Chanoery.
patyt. Cairo, HU., Jau. 30, 1373. l-31td
Is not easily earned In thes
times, but it can be made in
three months by any one of
either sex In sny part ot the
countiy who is wining to worn
steadily t Ihe employment we
furnish, (tltl a week In yeur
own town. Yon need not be
away from home alter night. You can give
yom soieume so j" -it'"
moments. We have sgents who are making
over tio per dev. All who engage at one can
make money la At Uepreseul time money
eon not be made so easily ind rapidly at nay
other business, is "" w j mo
Vuslnees. Terms and 5 outfit free. Address
at once, H. HALl.h.i a wiimiws, e.
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torial Illustrations, the mysttries of the heavens and
farth, Natural ,ana Bupernsrarai,"uaiiio,, ..,
sical, Strange Curlesities. Witches and Witchcraft,
liresms, suparatltions, Atnuraiuo, inwu,,
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HATES: 12.00 PEZ; VAT
TWeiiig - tca. Avtnui.
is hereby given Uiat, hy Ir'iie of a decree ol the
County Court nf A lenunder County in the Slate
f :iltte'.r sil.Tsd t ht kovsmber term,
A. D. InH. I, Alltjunt Waturmeier, slssu J,rsy
torof the fcstaU) ol Friilurick Waternieier, de
ewwed, wtll ill at puhlio veuvitie on the 21th
dayot'Decodiber, A. U. 177, attne went door
of tho Court lloueein tlie city of Cairo, in said
County, and Statu, at li o'clock p. in. of suid
bubjeot to ths widow's dower Interest therein
for tbe payments of the debts of said Kstato ot
Krul'Tck Wateimeicr, dea,l, the following
described property, to-wit :
The south of northwet, quarter of north
west, quarter in section Ihlrty-six ( ''). town
Hhip, Bfieen (I'd soilUi ntnge twe U), went of
t le :ird principal meridian eiluate in snld county
of Alexander and a talc of Illinois.
Terms oi Hale Quh in hand upon approval
of sale and delivery of deed
At't.L'oT W ATERMKIK.lt.
Administrator of the Kstate ol Fred Water
Dated Cairo, Ills., Niv .SIst,lxTT.
V.'nAHKas. Ob Die first day of April, W'i,
truiii t anlne ami Koliert II. Canine, ber hus
band, made, exesutwl, aukuowltded, aud de
liverel, to Mr), t.asnie Willbuiis, now Mrs.
t an.iie Uripk, a eeruin sale iiioriitage on lot
No. three (::i, in Honk No. iwenly-uu.e (-") in
Opdyke Myur'a mldition, to the city ol dice
ter, iu the county of lUndoiph and Matou'f llli
noie, to seoiire the payment of tour certain pro.
intseory noles executed by suid KulH'rt II. Can
ine, dated April 1, t7o, tori wo hundred dollars
each, pajiliie in three, six, mac uml Utuen
monUis, rcspectiveiy, from Ihe duti-s thrreot,
with tun percent, lulercst froi; the dotes there
of; wnicll said mortgage Wan mil recorded
April 6, ls7i, the recorder's otlic in aanl Itun
dulpb coimiy, lu book No. one (1) ot leasee,
An. , on page tJt : and
Wuaaaas, Said morUraga provi les among
Other things for the sale, bv lliesaid murlgag'e,
ot said lot and all tlie rignt and tquiiy ot re
demption therein ol the said nranu.ro, in cane
ol default iu tbe payment of the said nous or
any part thereof; and
11 Ha ah, I tie time for the payment of ll.
said notes ,and each ol ihetn has long since ulu
ed, and there now remains due on the laxt fmti
ol ihe alMive meniiooed notes the suiuof i hin
dredand fourteen dollars and live cents (il !".)
Now, therefore, nopoeia hereby given that,
on Ihurnday, tlie 17th day of January, 07", at
the door of Uie court bouse in suid city of Cticnter
at the houroi two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will oiler said premises lor aaie to
Ihe highest bidder lor itijhiu band and on nuk
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purclutner a good and suttlcient deed therefor,
Formerly Cansie Vuliam.4
Stateof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
Urlmine J. Lonhlenne vs. Marv E. Lonblenne.
Bill for lJlvorc In Chancery.
Allidavit 01 lite non-nsiiience of Mary t. Ixiu
hlenne, the deteuilant above UKJUfl, huving
been filed in Ihe orUce 1 1' tbe clerk of smd
court ot Alexander county , uotiou is hereby
diven to tuo snt'i non rebiilent delenaunt,
thHt the complulnaut tiled bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thercol
on the I Hu day of October,.!, p. 1-77, and tlmt a
summons thereupon itemed out of sai l court
against said d:lendants, returnable on ihe
llrsi Monday in the month ot January, a. i.
1STS, as is by law required. Now. threloie,
unless yon, the suid Mary E. Lonhienne, shall
personally be snd appear belorethe euid oircuit
court of Alexander county ou the Um day of
the next term thereof, to be bolden at the court
house lu the city of Cairo, in said county on tlie
first Monday in the month of January, A. U.
Iu7s, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ot
complaint, the same and the maucrs and mini; a
therein set forth, will be taken as continued, and
a decr-e entered against you according tu the
praveref said bill.
JOHtf A. REEVE. Clerk.
W. C. Mclkst, Compiaiuaut's bultcitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. 15Ui A. U. 1877. iw.
Is hereby given to Joshua 0. H ill as adminis
trator de bonis noa ot Ihu Mttttaaf Hea clarC,
deeeased, and Kdwin Brainard of the KUdency,
in tho Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in cbaooery to toreolose a uiort
guge, wherein you, toget er wnh Chuuncey S.
,-viiuman, Louisa N. ihipman, Jos ph W.
Jrexel and Charles Edward Tracy, as Keciuv
;m of the Cairo and Vlncennes railroad, and the
Cairo and Vincmnta railroad company are rfe
tendants, and Charles C. llolten, as Itecetvcr of
ot "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : and that the summons
in said cause is returnable on the llrst dayoi tbe
the January term, A. U. 1K78, ol said Court to
lie holdcn at the Court Ilouee, in the city of
Cairo, in said coantr. on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 27th, 1H77.
JOHN A. BLE VIC, Clerk of suid Court
SAatisb P. Wussxtu, Solicitor ol'CompluinL
Slate of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, nuary
I Term, A. I). lt7s.
I (ieorge Weiss vs. Mary Nolle, Anna Nolle, Ida
I lte and Atnstina Noltc Bill to foreclose
mortgage in chancery.
Am tavit ol the non-resldtnce of Tilary Nolle,
Anna Nolle, Ida Nolle and Arnstine Nolle, the dc
endants above named, having been tiled in the
oSice of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
d-r County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant tiled his
bill if complaint in aid Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the iJth day of October, A. D.
1577, and that a summons thereupon Issued out ol
said Court against said dcfcndauis, returnable on
the first Monuay of January, A. I). 1878, as is by
law required Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolle, Anna N'olte, Ida Nolle and Arnstine
Nolle shall personally be anil appear before the said
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on the first day
of the next Term thereof, to he holdeu nt the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monduy of January, A. I. 1H7S, aLii plead,
uuswt rnr demur to the said complainant's bill ot
complaint, the fame, and the matters therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree emerod againnt you according t) ilia
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVK. Clerk.
(iROHuc FitilKH, CompUiiiant's Scliciior,
October!, 1377. (Nov 1. 4
Walter Uyslop, treasurer, vs. tieerge V. Coch
ran. Assumpsit with attachment.
Publio notice is bereby given to the said
George W. Cochran that a writ of attaohmi nt
Issued out ol the ouioeof the clerk of Aloxandu
county circuit eourt, dated ths 20th day of Ue
cember. A. D.. Is77. at the suit of the aald Wal
ter Hyakp, reasurer, and aninst the entntc of
tne aaia ueorge v. Cochran, directed to the
sheriff of Alexander couuty, which suid writ
has been returned executed. Now, therefore,
unless you, the said Ueorge W. Cochran, shall
tiersonally be. and appear btfere the said Alex
ander county cuculi ooeurt on or before Ihe llrst
day of the next term there, to be bolden at the
court house, lu the city of Calr , on the firnt
Monday or Janua y, A v., 1K7H, give special
bail, and plea to the said pltiiutiuT's ur.tion, Judg
ment shall be entered strains! v u. an I an much
of the poper y attiicbed as may be sufficient to
anility the sate. Judgment and coiit Will be told
to Hat isry the sure.
KEKN A (ilLBI'.RT. JOflN A. REEVE.
Alt'ys for plaintiff. Circuit Clerk.
Cnnsnmntlnn. that seonnre of humanity. Is
the great dread ol tho human family, In all civil
I feel confident that I am In possession of the
only sure, infallible remedy now known to
he profession lor the speedy, positive curt ol
hat dread disease, and its unwelcome coscooi
itant, viit Catarrh, Asthma, Brouchltls, Ner
vous Debility, etc., etc. 1 am old fogy. 1 be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-eirtht years expe
rienee as a busy praetltiouer in tbe best con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
has taught me the ralne of proiwr medlna in
both local and coustituUonal la ihect poClhts
great enemy of our race. I have found It But
lam dlgiwsasing. I started eat to say to (huso
suffering with consumption or any of the above
maladies, that by addressing ma, giving symps
turns, tbay shall be pus la possession , .lolhls
rest boon, without charge, and shall have tlie
beneflief myexpertmeeln' thoasands f ease
sucMsafully treateiu . Full particulars, iHrec
tioas for pnparanon and use. and advice and
lMtrttcttoos . rot suseessiql traaunent at rear
J own home, wlU be weeived by by xstiua
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Are not adveitiied a "cure-alls," hut are specif
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mended. NATURAL SELECTION.
Investigators of natural srlmce have demon
strated beyond controversy, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ol ihe liiiesi" is the
only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity,
lloes not the same principle govern ilia commercial
prosperity of man? An interior cannot supercede a
superior article . By leasonof superior merit, Ur.
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others. Their sale In the United Stales alone ex
ceeds one million dollars per annum, while the
amount esportcd foou up to several hundrnd thou
sand more. No business could grow to such jtijm
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that of merit.
Golden- Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-cleausing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagoguo, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative propeities, cures diseases
ot llm lilona.wd Miin, as scrofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumors ; I leers, or Old Sores ; Blotches; fimples;
ai d Eruptions. By virtue of tu Pectoral proper
Pet, it cures Bronchi il, Throat aud Lung Arle,--ti.iiw;
Incipient Consumption ; Lingering Coughs;
mi, I Uirsmic Laryniriiis. lu Cholaloiruc uroucrtiis
ri-.i'l ;r itanuneiiualed remedy for Biliousness : Tor
I Liver, or "Liver Complaint ;" aud its Tonic
properties make it equally eiticacious in curing Itidi
g..sii.m, 1js of Appetite and flypcpsia
Where ihe skin is sailow and covered with blot,
rfo-s and pimples, or where there are scrrlulous af
factions and swellings, a tew boltleM of Uolden Med
ical Discovery ill etfs-.t an entire cure. If you feel
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cr yellowish brown spots on face or body, frequent
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and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetite, and
tongue coaled, you are suffering Irom Torpid Liver
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Purely Yrgi!tabli. No Cnro Required
The "Little Cianf Cathartic, or Ml LTI M IN
PAttVO PUYMO, scarcely Utr m.in mustant
seeds, and are sugar-coated lf.e remove Ihe
necessity of taking the great, crude, di.iolic, sicken
ing pilis, heretofore so much in use.
As a remedy for Headache, Dizziness, Rush af
Blood to the Head, Tightness about ihe Chest, Dad
'1 asts is the Mouth. Eructations from the ftoliuch,
11ilif.it. A nal.. Id. b.i.. .1 l.-i.i
u.aKiy L-.iorvO u.in, m internal rever, Dr.
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Furthermore. I would say that their action is uni
versal, not a gland escaping their sensitive impress,
Age dots not impair tne properties ol i less f ellcu,
T hey are sugnr-coaicd and inclosed inc iss bottles.
J.heir virlltrs tharetur htrur pnumrvra unimpmtnu
or any length of time, so lhal they are always Iresh
and reliable. This is not the case with those pills
which are put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daiiy u-:e of two Pellets has cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Bulls, Blotches, Pimples, More Eyes,
and Eruptions. Theyure, however, recommended
to be taken In connection with the (.olden Medical
Diicovcry, In order to secure the best results.
3D i. Pioroo'a
The remedial management of those diseases
peculi ur to women bus sfforded a lame e.tueii-
eni'o at the World's Disiiensnry, of whlah Dr.
, imi: in luveuiei cuu.uisiug jiuyaiuiaii, luauaiii-
Ing remedies for their cure. Dr. Puree's l av.
oiite Piescripuon Is the result of 'his extended
experience, and has become justly o. letiraied for
its many and remarkablvcures of all those cluon
ic diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Reutcnitlvs
Tonic to the entire system, his a nervine of un
surpassed efficacy, and, while It quiet nervous
irritation, it strengthens the enf. filled nervous
evstem, thereby restoring it to healthful vliror.
The following dtienses are among those in which
the Favorite Prescription baa worked magic
cures, via: LeucorrhOD, or "Whiles," Exces
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of lie Uterus. Antevetse n, Ketroveision, lie.tr
ing Down aunsatlnn, Chronic Congestion, In
llammstion and Ulceration ol the Uterus, Inter
ual Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
niandnov, snd very many other chronic diseases
perular to wonien, but not mentioned here,
The following Lndtrs are a few of Ihe many
thousands whe can testily to the elllcucy of Dr.
Pince's Tavorito Prescription, from experience
a Mrs Cornelia Allison, Peosta.Iowa, MrsThos
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monr, Rome, N t; Mrs Francis iiuswkk, Ver
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ton. Pn t M'S Mary A llunolt, Enlna, Mo; Mrs
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Chillicothe, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Malone, Weat
Htiringlield, Pa; Mrs It Hiatt, Emporia. Kan;
Miss Louirte Pratt, Dodgeville, Mass; Mrs I. A
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NY: Mrs B N Hooks, Grand Knpids, Mlch Mrs
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t rtnees eun be given at liter World's Dispensary.
THE . PEOPLE'S
Dr. R. V . Pishcb la the sole proprietor and
manufacturer of the foregoing remedies, all of
XMcn are torn oy tiniggisis. rie is st.o tne
uthotoflhe Peojile's Common Mens Medind
Adviser, a worker nenrly one thousand pages,
with two hundred aud .mlity-tw o wood-enni-av
Ings and colored plattia. lie has already sold of
this iioj.itlar work 1 '
Oyer 100.000 Copies!
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City National Bank
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lint, ly to the principal of the deposits, tbertby
Married Women and Children may
Ajepasit money ana no one
else can draw it.
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I .-hifurday evenings for savings deposits only
romrt ton o'clock.
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Cji ner Co unierolal Ave. and 8ta Stres I
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I Will leave Cairo every W KDSKSDAT at
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The Beet steamer
Bkn Howaiui . ...... ...Master
Ed. TuoiiA ..Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATllH.vkY
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with Drsl-clasa steamers for St. Louis, Maui
phis and New Orleans, and at EvanaviUe with
Ihe E. A C. B. U. fur all points North and JUst.
andwiththe I.ouiavilie Mall Hteamers foall
points on tho Upiwr Ohio, giving through re
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Or to ((. J . GltAMMXB.
cjuperuitendent and tivneral Prvight Agent,
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IM THE CITY.
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