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ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
sVUU direct Connection for
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HbouM remember Uiat'tli : '
BALTIMORE l& OHIO RAILROAD!
;ii cekliratfld (or its
IlcKiiit Coaches, Splondid MotelH, (Irand
vid llcautlful Houtttitin tnd Valley .pj
-cciipiy, atxi ine many poinis
lltstorloal Interest Along
Far will ALWAYS be ai LOW
ai by any ber Line,
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
; ' Kiin Tlirorih
' WITHOUT CHANGE
Western and Eastern Cities.
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ror throuirh tirkets. taKcaae cheek.
anvement of traltwi aleeplnir .oar aocon
niKl.ttions, etn., apply atUcket orlU;
at all principal points;
BAST or WEST
I' turn. TloktUtt,
Xi, M. Cola
n B Sharp,
ASK tne rocoytrad
ufltwv, ntim at
fryer and agua, tbr
spirit", and good ap-
petit they will tel
mon'a ilver -
TIIK CIIEAI'E?r, AND BBSX FAMLY MED
ICINE IK TUB WOULD.
For DVapEPSIA, CONSTIPATION Jaudlea,
ilku. auaekl, SICK HBAUAClIB, Colic, le
niaionof ttuirita.. BOUK STOMACH, Jloart
Gu'R, (to., etc. '
Inia unrivalled souinern ni-meiiy i
ranh-d not to contaia a vaitiria of Mitvury,
lit any iuiurioui aulxuncc, but la
oonlamlnK tboae aoutbern roota and hcrtu which
all proyldKiin lua piacaa la couiiirira
Wbcra Liver Dlaeaavt prevail. It Will cur ail
dlaiMca cauaed by deraiiKeuuuit ua tba LTer
Tba tyiuptoma of Liver CompUint are a bit
ter or bad taate in Ihe nioutbj I'ain in tlx Vacl,
hiOita or JoinU, ofun miauaen (or rbeuiua
liainiaiMir atomacb , loaa ol aupi-Ote, poaola
alternately coaliv and lax. autttht loaa 01
nieinury, wiln a painful aenaatioit of liavlnK
fulled to do aoinetbloK wbinli oulit to bave
btendone. debilitv. luW BliLriU. a liiU'k yel
low apimrancc ol Ihe akla and eyea, a dry
couch Giles mialaltrn for aonauinftioa.
Kumeiunea many or mesa Hynipwiua k:u
lha iliawue. ml ollirit very few. but the liver, Ui
larKeat oriran in the body, la enerally the aeat
lit diaeaMM and If not reflated In time, ifreal
uiraiuK, wrcicliedneiw and 1LATU wUl eu.
I eaa rem tn mend aa an efficaclouarcme'ly for
dlaeaaeaot the Liver, Heartburn and DTlI'ia,
Himmnnt' Liver Ueneiator. Laww l.vdxb,
na Mauler atrcet, AwUtant Puimastcr, I'hil-
Wa have tented 1U virtues, tiersonally and
now tlut lur LMapepU, liuiousneiia ann
ThrobbinK Heailache it U the Iteat medicina the
worla ever aaw, e nave irwn tony uwier
rmwlie liefore Hlinnion.' Liver Krulator,
but nuoe at Hkiii kuvc u more than trn("rar?
rlif; but Km; itejfiiUwr but only tln v-l
but curea na.- to. iLaoajrii amu aum-
liak, MacOn. Oa. -
KothiD la ao unDleaaant. aothUK loeominon
aa had breath, and in nearly every can It eoiuca
from the blomach, and can beao eaady correct
ed If yon will Uk ftimmona' Live Kegnlator,
Do not nexlect ao sure a remedy for ttia r
piiUiveduorder. It will aij iuiprova tout
Appeuia, oompiezion, ana wwn umui.
Thl diitreaalng affliction occur moft fre
quently. Ihe Uiitlurtjanc af tba stomach,
ari.ing from lmperreetly digested content..
Qauaes a severe pam in Hi. bead, accompanied
with diMKTeeak nauaea. and tills eorutrtutes
wliat u uouuiatiy known a eicx iieauacou. r or
TAKE SIMMOMS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical elements, never
found In the aama napuy proportion In any
other preparation, vu: a itentla Cathartic, a
powejlllt tonic, o UDexoepuriuiuw aiurnuivv
nd a eeruin Corrective of all Impurities or
tbe body, buca.lgnal saaoeaa has attended lia
nu t-at it is aow regaruea a in
.Aa a Keinedy In
MVLARIOCS FEVERS. BOB EL COM-
PLAI.NW, DysPEPKIA, MENTAL DEPKc 9
BlCN, KKSTLE8SNE9S. JAU5DICE. VAV
EK, SICK HEADACHE, CO'JC, CONST1P
ATIO.N and BI JOLSSESS
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
Armad with talaANTrDOTB. all ehaoaea of
tllmata sad water and (bod may be faced with
out tear. A a nemeay in atutaiuus
FkV.HS. BOtVbL COMI'LAISTn. JlibT-
LESHMwiH, JAU.SUICK, X A Lis It A,
vaarrACTcnaB u.iti hi
J. li. ZE1LKH,
' Philadelphia, Pa.
Prus l. W. Sold by ail DruxKCU.
Mutinied Monthly Magatim.
Each anmbtr contains thirty-two paias of
and one colored plate. A beautiful rarden mag
azine, primed on rteffint piper, ana lull or in-
forataiiOB. la En(Ub and berioau. Pnee 1 25
V tck'i Flower and Vegetable Garden, 80 cents
In paper covers, la elt?int cloth eorcrs 1 1 .
VliJt's CaulokTue -Too Illustrations, onlv two
cents. Address, James YioR, itocnestet, n. l .
"ick'$ IlluiiraUd Priced Catalogue.
ffeventv-flve naee. 300 lllu.rmtloni, with de
scriptions of thousand, of the beat vegetable and
flowers in the world, and the way to trow them,
all for a two rent postage stamp. Printed in
German and EualUn.
Vict's Flower amt VFgetnuie oaruen. uu cents
In paper covers. In elpgant cloth oov.ra, 1.
V leVs Illustrated Monihly Magazine ai pages.
fine illustrations and colored plates In every
uuuibr. Price $l a year, rlyacapiej for '.
Addreii, dames vicU.Kocneswr.n.i.
Mck't FUwer and Vegetable Garden.
Is the most beautiful work of the kind In tbe
wnrhl. It innt;iln nearly IV) naires. hundreds
of One illustration, and six chromo plates beau-
tuullydrawn rnJ colored mm nurure. rnce'
huh la paper coven, II in cloui, Printed u
iermaa ana AuKuait, . .
Vick s Catalogue, aoo iiimtratiom, only "era.
Address, JauiesVick, Bochester, V.
Yiek'i Flower and Vegetable Seeds.
Are planted by a million people in America.
Bee Vick,' Catalogue 309 illustrations, only i
Vlek'i Illustrated Monthly Majrazln-J2 nan's.
One illustrations aad colored Plata each number,
Price II Id a Tear. Five copies for f
Vi cars l lower ana egeiuDie wttrucn, ov neuia
tn paper rovers, with elegant cloth caver 1 .
All my publications are printed in English
ana Herman. jvaurcis jaineB ia,
llltr itocnrdtcr, .i.
E. 7. Konkol'i Bitter Wine of Iron
Th. treat susee.and doliiiht of the peonlo.
lo faot nothing of the kind turn ever been offered
to the Amerioaa people which bas so quickly
found Its way Into tbalr good favor and hearty
aoprnvala. E. r. Hunkers Hitter Wine or iron.
it does all It oroDOie. and tnus Kivos untversa
atlsrafltlon. It if Ruaranteed to cure the worst
case of dyspepsia or lndiKestion, kidney or
nvar aiaeaao. weaanesa. nervousness, couiuav-
Bion.aoldityof the stomach, Ao. Uettiiegen-
ulna. Onlytoldln tlbotUm. Depot and ot
Oce. 2r.9lorth Ninth street. Philadelphia. Ask
for Kunkel's and take no other, Sold by ull dru-
Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia
K. F. Kuakal'i Bitter Wine of Iron Is a sure cure
for this disease. It bis been prescribed daily for
mnnv veart in ihe nraetlivl nf eminent nhvsictans
witkanvaralldediuotets. Symptoms ar. loss of
appetite, Winn and risinirmroon, anraeei iBm,iu,
hemdacks. dirrbtess. alaealaasneaa and low spirits.
(Jet tin nnuiae. Not sold la balk, only in 1 bot
tles; noiu dv an uruco its. ask ror a,: r nuu
kjj'a Itlttcr wina af Iran and take no other, $1
per bottle, Or six bottles for 1. All I ask It a trial
of this valuable medicine. A trial will convince
you at once.
! Worms, Worms. Worms.
V T.rt,,nV,liVAtm fivnln TtAVM fklla tO
remove all kind of Worm. Seat, pin and
ti.inuh wnrma ar. waaiiv rernovea dv i
kel't Worm 8ymp. Dr, Kunk'l I th only
ueoeasful phjsiclan la thU eountrv that oaa
-mmAva TSrlA tVATin in ITiim IWO la lour nuura,
He hat ao fee until head and all passe, alive and
In this space ol tiius. Common tense teaches
if Tan. Wimii-iM rtfnmovad. all other norms
can readily be removed. Ask your drugiiBt for
a Kami, .i unkala Warm 8vrnn. Price !. 00
rer bottle. It never fails or send to the doctor
fcr circular. No. aM North Ninth St., Phliadel
phia. Advice free,
" CURE GUARANTEED
I Describe your ense, and send
DISEASES J Siir.
Fee) te Dr. VAN VXMi
10 Mt, Vsmen Street, Philadelphia.
OAIKO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1878.
CONST AN TINOPfi.
A DrfeuMrlea lly that Has Been Be
lKed lHitiy-lliree Time and
Taketi Ml a 'lluiea.
A Constantlnoole correaoondent stvs:
"IhedelenBe ot Constantinople is hardly
height .nitsen miles to the north, of the
city .that stretches oyer a line of seventeen
miles from a point near the Black Sea to
the sea of Marmora. Some batteries and
other works bave been erected on tbem,
cannons mounted and ditches dug Even
if they were as formidable as tbey ought
to be we have no army to bold them.
Hasty levies of citizens cannot be depend
ed upon. The Russians would carry them at
any event, and would push lor he heights
ol iiaoud Pasba'audthe plateau behind Caa
m Patba. These, position overlook all
StambouJ, and from them a plunging Are
could be directed into It that In a few hours
would render It untenable. The Crusader
and Mohammed II, brought the Greeks to
terms by the heavy cannonading they kept
up upon tbem from these commanding ele
vations. Neither of them bave any fortl
fied lines that would give the Russians
trouble, Tbe tact thut the city caunot
stand a sieve Is doubtless tbe reason why
an ellort is being made to bring the Hue.
suns to a halt by tbe ariuibtice.
"Constantinople lias undergoao more
sieges that an other city In the world, It
has been besieged twenty-three times:
T wloe by the ancient fjreeks;,thrlce by tbe
1 Ionian Kniptroin; once by the Latin;
the Ptrlsans, the Avares, the Slavs, and
by one ot lti dethroned sovereigns,
Michael Palcologus; twice by the Bulgari
ans; once by the iSyzanline rebels; seven
times by the Arabs, and three time by tbe
Turks. It was taken but six timet: .By
AlelbiaJtN, the Roman Emperor Septi
mus, beverus and Constautlne, tbe Doge
Denuolo and Count Baldwin, the Emperor
Jiicbael Paleologus and Mohammed II.
'In T2, under Constantin II., Uwa
besiegod for seven years by the Arabs.
Tbey made the surrounding country a
desert, upiootlng trees, leveling villages
aud habitation, and converting the nour
ishing environ Into wast.' Then came
the Crurauer la 120.. The devastation
committed by the French and .Venetian
Champions of the cross exceeded even that
of the Arabs. They burn el the richest
and largest quarter ol tbe cliy, and Inflict
ed such a blow on It that it never recov
ered its former wealth and prosperity
They profraned the cathedral ol St. Sophia
broke into the tombs of the Byzantine.
Emperors, dragged out their skeletons and
scattered their bones in tbe atreets. Tbey
fired tbe public liararle, ridiculed tbe
Greek religion by decking their horses
with the vestments ol tbe clergy, and their
heads with the pontltical tiaras.
"Were it not for the Incomparable beau
ty and advantages of Its situation, Con
stantinople could never have risen again
from lu athr and survived such terrible
"What sow is most to be apprehended
1 that if the conditions of peace prove
very hard, and tbe sultan is obliged to cede
a large extent of territory to the Russians,
the partisans of tbe deposed Murad, may
attempt a revolution and tbe dethronement
of Abdul Hamid, It is easy by methods
often practiced In Ottoman history to put
a reigning sultan out of the way. liisown
servitors may . strangle or poison him.
There ha not been an hour sinoe tbe pres
ent sultan was on the throne that plots
have not been devised to open the way to
a successor. Not long ago thirty or more
of Murad' body servants were seized In
the palace of Tchirlgan in tbe dead of
night and strangled on suspicion of con
spiring tor his restoration to power. The
court party U deservedly unpopular. Da
mad Pasha, the brother In-law of the sul
tan, bas marred the plans ol tbe wisest
generals; has pillored right and left, and
obtained such a complete control oi the
sultan that his majesty is no longer master
Notice! hereby (riven that I will beat
thu fOilowlDir named piacea, at the times
below lUted, for the purpoio of collectlnn
the revenue of Alexander county, Ills., tor
me your a v., is.., io-wit:'
At the etore house ol E. Culley & Co., In
Clear Creek precinct-on Monday, February
2Mh A. 1 1S73.
At the store house of K. A. Kdinundson,
la Clear Croek. precinct, ou Tuoady, Feb
ruary Mth, A. 1 1878.
At tne store souse or is. ttrown
llro., lu Thebet precinct., on Wednesday,
February 27th, A.D., 1873. .
At tno store house of A. 11. Ireland, tn
Hnnta Jfe preniuct, ou Thursday, February
201U, A. If., iniB.
At the store house of K. I). Atherton. t
Co., In Goose Island precinct, pn Friday,
March 1st. A. I)., 181ft.
At tbe residence ot N. Hunsackrr.ln Doi
Tooth precmrt, on Saturday, Murcu 2nd,
A.D.J.S78. V , -
At the store bouse of w. B. Doorpaw, tn
Bodge' fark, Unity precinct, ou Monday,
March 4th, A. D., Is73.
. At the stare hoasti of O, W. Short, In
Sandusky, Unity precinct' on Tuesday,
March Dili. A. D 1B78.
At the store house of Sam IlargTive, in
Teieao, uaziewoou precinct, on weune
, PETER SAUP,
Sheriff ud. Collector.
Cairo, 111., Feb, 4th, 1878. 2-7 tw
, , IURN1TCBE AT PUBLIC SALE.
On tbe tOth day ef February, 178, beginning at
10 o'clock, a.m. and eonileulng from day to day,
th undersigned will sell at auction 10 tb high
est bidder for cash al the Furniture factory ol
William. Eithhoff. southeast corner. o 6evn-
ptenm ttreet ana nuningion avenue . in Cairo,
Illinois, a large lot ef furniture Ol Various kinds
ina uescripuons, consisting ei parlor sets, bel-
iur,iu .cm. oiireau., ueustauas, w.snnanas,
Wardropes, tables, bookcases, desk, stands,
what-nots, oradiee, looking glasses, baby carria
ges, hstraski mattresses, kitchen safe, a large
assortment ol chairs, dressing cams, etc.
, . , 'PETER SAUP,
I I I I , Mill lip.
, ' : 1 .. . 1 i J , W ' 1 ' i I -
A YEAR. AaxatwanM4.Bus.
rseeslearltlniat. Paf iilassrr .
A4JtW,T0atlt s, Jtlna.ak
A Wi and we-iderlul Invention for
wanking. Wal u miglt ; oocisn Ian
soap for waihlnif anything ; washes in one
tblrd'ofthe time; wasbe in bard or soft,
hot or oold water; the only preparation
ever Invented that wilt prevent woolen
Irom ibi-inking; worth four time its price
lor washing- woolen alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beechor
recommends It to. all housekeepers, ssvs:
"They will rejoice both lor economy's sake
faa 'ay ol their clothing, and that it
iummnh warm uratnr
BCABCUT at JOnMnOX(
. 21 PUtt SUeet, New York.
' ESTBarclay Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
sf its peculiar mechanical action, 1 esteem
ed an article of merit; but Benson' Capcine
farous Plaster 1 considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It ha tbe same
mechanical action, and, in addition, pos
sesses medicinal qualities ol aremarltahl
tature, which eauites it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
3th er Porous Plaster will not even relieve
Fat Kheutnatisnt, Lame an Weak Back, Spina
Diaease, Crick in the Back. Kidney fUiu9,
Sprains and Bruise, Severe I'ain. and Bcitclm,
VYrakness of the Back, etc
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
KeoeivadthcBbhettliedalst th Centennial.
It is now the standard remedy. Its aa-
tonlshing palu relieving and strengthening
:iialllleH attracted the attention ol tbe Cen
tennial Jurrors and thousands of physician
who visited tbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe best remedy evr invented for tbe
t)ove aliments. Sold py sll DruglhW.
Price, 2.') cents.
Hay-Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
In pursuance of a jmigmentof McCracken Com
mon Pleas Court, rendered at its September Term
177, in the action of .1. ft. Terrell's Admimttra
fr.pUintif ajainit J. U. Terrell's heirs, etc., de
fendants, 1 will oa
MONDAY, JANUARY mk, 1B7S,
(Being County Court jy), at the Couit floute
door in BlanUville, Ky,, aclltoths highest bidder,
oa a credit of 0, 12, 1U and U months, the following
described propery, vil ;
Front lots Not. 3, 4, and (, fr.ndng oa tbe Mis
sissippi river ; Lot No- J, containing 10 acres; Lot
No. s, containing 20 acres, and Lot No. o, contain
ing U'4 acres lying la di town ef Fillmore, at the
t.rminumt of site N . O. S. L. L. and Chicago
Kallroad, opposite Cairo, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. 'i, which Is subdivided into two lull, the one
containing 21 acres, die oioer conuiuioe; 18
acres, the whole lying in the Heter sheppard sur
vey in Ballard County. Kentucky, which was di
vided Into the lots aforesaid by W, H. Beeves,
Commissioner of this court, and for a more partic
ular description of the lots aforesaid reference it
here made to the P.'at of Division en file a this case.
Also the following tract of laad. vij'.Lying In
Ballard County, near Pidgeon's Old Mill , being
the land sold by J. 11, Terrtll to William fidgeos
and bought back by I. H. Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchase money . Lying on th. watenr
sf Shawnee, creek, beginning at a suae a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum pointers north
east corner, thence north sT 0 west 147 poles to a
white oak withsweet gum, white uak aad ash point
en, comer with Thomas Barlow, thence north 109
fioles to a stake with hickory, sm ill black gum tap
ln?s standing si pointers oa east bank oil branch
corner with J. H. Terrell's land, these south r)7
eastissis) pole, to a stake with two whit, oaks as
pointers, corner J II. Tertl's land, thence Iwl
poles to th beginning, coouiuing in) acres being a
part of th land conveyed by Cauiua M. Clay to J.
II. Terrell, and a part of lha survey patented to
Col. John Harsiti, the same has been ividtd into
two lots. Not. I aud 2, by the Commissioner .fore
told, which report of division is on file and here
referred to. 1 he purchaser will be required to give
bond with good security, bearing interest from
tUy of sale, having force of replevin bond o which
execution if ay Issue when due
This 3rd day of l)eccmber, 1S7S.
O.W.aURsHU., 1 1. D. WllCOt,
C. 9 BXKvxt, W.H.Rx.via,
Attorneys Coram, silo
By virtue of two fee bills to ms directed, by
the clerk of the supreme court southern grand
division at Mount veinon, tn the ttjte nf Illi
nois, in favor ot John C, Abrent i t als. and
agaiaBt Jason B. bmilh at als., I hay levk-t
upon the following de.cribed property, to-wit ;
Lot fourteen (14) in nlock eleven iU)i lot twenty-sir.
tweoty-sevea (i") and tweoty
eigot (lb). In bl ck -eventy two (72) ; lets ttilrty
one aud thirty-two (3-), in block twcnty-sla
UG). AH the above described property Is situ
ated In tbe city of Cairo, county of Alexa der,
and state of Illinois, which I ehaU offer for sal
at publio vendue at the front, or West floor of
tbe courthouse. In the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state or iiunois, on tneuttany
oftcbruary. Id?, at 10 o'clock a.m. lated
thi cairo, HL, is
SO) day of January, A.D. 1ST.
n PKTEtt SAl'P, Sheriff. ,
State of Illinois, county ot Alexander, ss.
In the Alexander county cirenlt court.
Hugh Callahan vs. John Devine.
BUI of loreclosure and for relief, etc
Amount of decree rendered Jan. 4. It's, (47t SO
Interest from January 4, 1878, at six per
cent. ; costs of suit, including solid- '
tor's fee of J0 M 20
Public notice is hereby given that In pursuance
of a decree rendered In ead court In the above
entitled cause at tbe special December term A.D.
Is77, 1, JohnQ. liar in an. Master in Chancery of
said county, will, on Friday, tbe
ttdDAX OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1878,
at tb hour of 10 o'clock a.m.. sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for cash, at the
front door of the courthouse. In the city of Cairo.
In sud county and state, the followina; descriDeu
real estate In the city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander, snd state of Illinois, te-wit : Fifty feet
off of the front end of lots numbered twenty-one
(il), twenty-two (2i), twenty-tiireo and
tvrentv-lour (24). in block Afty-lwo (Ml. being:
ott of the end that fronts on Walnut street, in
said city, making a piece one Hundred reet on
Walnut street, and fli'ty feet on Seventh street,
together With the privileges and appurtenance
thereunto belonging or in any wise thereto appertaining-
S. P. WliMLtR, Muster in Chancery
Dated, Cairo, His., Jon. 30, IS78.
Is not easily earned In these
times, but it can lie nude tn
three months by any one ot
either sex tn anv part ot the
country who 1 willing to work
steadily at the employment we
furnish. triS a week In your
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moments. We have .pent who are making
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make money fast. At tae prraeul time money
eaa not be made so easily snd rapidly at any
other business. 1 ots nolbinst to try ths
business. Terms and a outfit free. Addre.s
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Is hereby given to Joshua G. 1111 as stmln!
tralorde bonis non ol theostateof llosui Cl.rk,
deceased, and Kawin Kralnard ol the pendency,
in the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chanoery to inreclosu a mort
gage, wherein you, togefier with Chauncey N.
Minimal!, Louisa N. shipman, Jos lib W,
Draxel and Charles Edward Tracy, as Receiv
ers of the Cairo and Vincenues railroad, and Uie
Cairo and Vincmnes railroad company are de
fendants, and Charles C. Uolten, as Keceiver of
ol "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : aud that tbe summons
In sai 1 can is returnable on the tlrst day ol the
tbe January terra, A. D. 17H, ot said Court lo
be holden at the Court Hotiee, in the city of
Cairo, in ssid Cuanty, on the flrnt Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 2:th, 1877.
JOHN A. KLEVh. Clerlt ot said Court.
SatltSL P. WllKKLEH, Solicitor of Complaint
is hereby given that, by virueof a tlecree of the
County Court of Alexander County in the blau
ef Iliixa'.i, taiirel :t ht Vov-niuer term,
A. D. Ib77. I, august Watermeitr, -sdja.sjrra-torof
tbe Estate of Frederick Watermeitr, d...
oeased, will sell at public ven uu on th 24th
day of Deoeinber, A. D.ls77, at tne weal door
of the Court House la tbo city of Cairo, in sunt
County, and biaie, at o'clock p. m. of aaid
ouhject to tbe widow's dower Interest therein
for the payments of thedebu of said Esuttx ot
Fred rick Watermeier, deauased, the following
described property, to-wit :
The south X of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter In section thirty-six (3-3), town
ship, tu'ieen (15) south range twp (2), west of
t te Srd prinoipal meridian situate in said couuty
of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Terms oi Hale-Cash in hand upon approval
of sal and delivery of deed
Administrator of the Estate ot r rcd Water
, Dated Cairo, Ills., Nv. 21st, 187T.
Wbxbaas, On the first day of April.
Emma Canine ana Itouert II. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and de
liverel, to Mrs. Cassle Williams, now Mrs.
Cassis Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (3), in block No. twenty-nine &) In
Opdyke A aiyer's addition, to th city ol Ches
ter. In the county of Kandolpb and Bute of llll
nole. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory notes executed by said Hubert H. Can
ine, dated April 1, 1878, for two hundred dollars
each, payable lu three, six, nine and fllteen
months, respectively , from th dates thereof,
with ten percent interest from the dotes there
of; which said mortgage waa duly recorded
April S, 1876, the recorder' office la said Kan
dolpb county, in book No. on (1) ol leases,
Ac, on page 2vS : and
WnaiutAS, Said mortgage provMrs among
Other tuilli fur L'i by the nai-t nirirfgmr'e,
of said lot and alltherigut and equity ol re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
ot default In to payment of the said notes or
any part thereof ; and
WuaRaMS, The time for the payment of the
said notes.and each of them has long since elaps
ed, and there now remaina due on ihe last three
ol the above mentioned notes tbe sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and tlvs cents (ii!4.oi.)
Now. therefore, notice Is hereby given tlist,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1S78, at
tbe door of the court house in said city of Chester
at the hour ol two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will otter said prumisee lor sale to
tbe highest bidder for cash in band und on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and eumuiem deed therefor,
Formerly Casme Williams.
' To Consumptives.
Consumption, that scourge of humanity, Is
tbe great dread ot thu human family, in all civlt
I feel confident that I am in possession of the
only sure, infallible remedy now known to
be profession lor the speedy, positive cure ol
bat dread disease, and it unwolovme eoaooia
itants, vizi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, -Nervous
Debilitv, etc., etc. I am old fogy. I be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-eight years etpo
rienc as a busy practitioner In tbe bent con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
has taught me the value of proper rocdlca tiun
both local and constitutional In the cum of this
neat enemy of our race, 1 bay found It tlut
I am digressing. I started eut to say to those
offering with consumption or any of the above
maladies, that by adilrusainf rue, giving symps
torus, tbey shall be put in possession jothls
Cit boon, without charge, and shall bave the
eflt of my experience Tn thousands of case
etiooMsfttlly treated. Full particulars,' direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice ami
Instructions for successful treatment at yoar
own home, will be received by you by return
man, tree oi cnarge, oy-a'iureoHiog
DK. JOHN 8. BURNETT.
wJUv 107 Jefferson street Louiavill
BLL1U L UV . 11 IJL J- II
Permanently oured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Uoulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powdon. To convinue sufferer
that these powders will do all we olatm lor
them, we will sond them by mall, post
ald. a free trial box. A Dr. Goulurd la
tbe only physician that ha ever made tins
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd in.
we will gaerantee a permanent cure ir
every ease, or relund you ill money ex-
(ended. -All sufferers) should give these
'owders an early trial, and bo convlucetl
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, S3, or 4 boxes mr
10, eent by mall to any part ot United
Statesor Canada on receipt of price, o r by
express, CO. 11. Address,
ASHtfc BOBBINS. '
. 8tty Fulton Bireet. itruokiy a, N. Y. .
rent tin sn-
I yoitlMimit MJ
r.iiyrniesMyBsikui aad trill study ssvs j-lt
Are not adveitlud as "cure-slls," hut sre specif
ics in ths diseases lor which they are recom
mended. NATURAL SELECTION.
Investigators of natural science hav demon
strated beyond controversy, that thrnughoui th.
animal kingdom the "survival ot th fittest" It the
only law that vouchsafes thrift ami perpetuity.
Does not the same principle govern the commercial
prosperity of maul An interior cannot supercede a
tupi-rior article . By leason of superior merit, Ur.
l'ierea's Htandard Medicines have outrivaled all
others. Their sals In the United States alone ex
ceeds one million dollars per annum, while the
amount exported foots up to several hundred thou
sand more. No business could grow to such gigan
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
II Alterative, or Blood-cleansing,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Choiagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Hy reason of its alterative properties, cures diseases
of Ihe Blood and Kkin, as B;rofula. or King's Evil ;
'J umors j I leers, of Old Sorts ; lllotchen; Pimples;
and Lniptions. By virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung Alf:.:
tiens; Incipient Consumption; Lingering C'ouglu;
and C hronic Laryngitis. Its Cholalngue properties
render it an unequalcd remedy lor Biliousness i Tor
pid Liver, or "jjver Complaint ;'' and m Tonic
properties make il equally elliracious in curing Indi
Xi -li'm, Loss of Appetite and Dypeptia,
W her the skin is sallow and covered with blot
ch's and pimples, or where there are sr rohiloiu af
fections and swellings, a few hollies of Golden Mrd
ical Discovery will crfc-.t an entire cure. If you feci
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish- brown spots on face or body, frequent
heatiach or diix.ness. bad uuue in mouth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot Mushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and
tongue coated, you are Ktiffcriug Irom Torpid Idvcr
or " Biliousness. ' In many cases of "Liver Com-
filaiut." only part of thrse symptoms are exper
enced. Asa remedy fur all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
tiohlen Medical Discovery bas no equal, as it effects
perfret cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
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while I; Hin jr. them.
Th "Little Giant"' Cathartic, or MULTUM IN
PAKVO PHYSIC, scarcely larger tnaa mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coated laev remove the
necessity of taking the great, crude, drastic, slcken
Ine nills. heretofore so much in tue.
As a remedy for Heailache, Dilziness. Rush ef
wood to inc lli an, 1 igntness snout the chest, Dad
i aste in ins juoutn. t-rucunons irons tn stomacn,
Biiiout Attacks, Jaundice, Pain in the Kidneys,
Highly-! olbicd Uriae, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are unsurpassed.
Furthermore, I would say that their action is uni
versal, not a gland e.caping their sensitive impress.
Age does not impair the properties si these Pellets.
They arc sugar-coated and mclosed io gilts bottles,
their virtues thereby being sreserve animnauvu
for any length of lime, so that they ar always tresh
and reliable. This is not the esse with those pills
which are put up la cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily use of two Pellets bat oured the
most obstinate cases of Scrotals, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
rp jua,jiml. .ftmulea. Mom 1
and Lr ptions. They are, however, recommended
to be taken in connection with the Golden Medical
Discovery, in order to secure the best results.
Tli remedial management of tbos disease
paculi tr to women Una euorded a bu gs ex pel i
enoo at the World' Dispensary, of whiuh Dr.
Plcrrw is the chief consulting physioian, in adapt
ing remedies for their cure. Dr. PleieVa Fay
01 lb) Prescription la the result ot 'bis extended
experience, and baa become- JusUy oiiebrated for
its many and remarkable cure ofall those chron
ic diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Itrstorattv
Tonic to the entirs system. It is t nervlue ofun
siupasaed elBcacy, and, while it quiet nervous
irritation, it strengthens the enfeebled nervous
system, thereby restoring it to healthful vigor.
T he following disease ar anions; those in w hicli
the Favorite Prescription has worked magio
cures, vir.: Loucorrhcea, or "W'bltei," Exces
sive Flowing;, Palnlul Menatruntion, Uauatural
uppreariom, Weak Buck, Prolapsus, or falling
of the L'tcrus. Anteversien, Kstrovetslon, Deal
ing Down Sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulceration ot th Uterus, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Ds
luamlucv, aud vary many other olironlr diseases
peciilar to women, bnt not mentioned hero.
The following Ladles are a few of to. many
thousands who can testily to tne emesoy ot Dr.
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a Mrs Cornells Allison, Peosta. Iowa, MrtThos
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mour, Koine, N Yj Mrs Francis lltiswlok, Ver
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ton, 1'a ; Mis Mary A llunolt, fcnlna, Mo; Mr
Mary A friable, Lehman, Pat Mrs D KUill,
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.dm. Lonise Pratt, Doilirevllle, Mass; Mrs L A
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Iowa ; Mrs J N Y.rnon, tit, Ttxtnusa, Oat ; Mr
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Md ; Mrs Lucy Cnlimsn, Barnssville, Ohio, Mrs
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Adviser, work ef nearly is thousand pair,
with two hundred and eighty -two wood-angrav-lugs
aadeoloresl pJxtet. - Hs has already sold ef
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bi ni mi
I Will leave Cairo every WEDNI8DAY t '
o'tdock p. m. ' M
The flrwt alpaiiw. f
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Uaves Cairo every BATTIRTJM.
Kach boat make close eonnectlont at Cairo
with first-class steamers for Ht Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and it Rvansvills with
the K. AC. B. B. for sll points North and Fast,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fOt.aU
DoinUonthe Upper Ohio, giving through re
ouipt on freights and passenger to all iointa
tributary. - -
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HALLIDAY BKOS., j A-,!.
J. M. PHIJXlPS,
Or to it. J. OBAKMXB,
dupcrliitendent and (rvneral Freight Agent,
WUOLE3ALK AND KKTA1L.
IN THE CITY.
Groods Sold Very Clew).
Oortuiv leti atreet and Oommeroi Af
-., i ;, -I . -. .. . ;-.n'..;J ti....'. ;
All suO erera Irom this disease i . '
xloust o be cured should try Dr.. Eistv f
ner's Celebrated ConsumpUv Feirdere, t
Thus powders are the only Drepajailoa f
kuown that will cure Consumption and ell n
diseases of the throat end Iungsudee4.
so strong 1 our faith lu them, and else1 to
hhiv net, van tnat tnev are no nuuioiia-. wi
will forward to every sutjerer, by mat '-'
postpaid, free trial box. ' i.
W e don't want your tnotsy until yen are
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