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CAIK0 CITY BINDERY,
. W. PVATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
bulletin Bntldlnir, Oof. TwelfU, fttree
. ul Washington Avenue,
, Qlro X1 11 noli
l'niinfrnd Railroad Worn alpeolaltr
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ci ray poBTomcE. '
men Ho0r From 7.-SW a.m. to (.30
P.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
f iniVr H:(I0 a.m. to iVftO p.m.
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A.M. 1 TU.
Id:' illllnol Central BB
Mlu. .iitri A B
Cairo A Vmrennes
Cairo, Arkansas' tt
Ti-ta h ft rnlly.
Ohl. silver Route
Dally txe'l Monday
Mia. River Until
Up. Sun. Tu. frt.
Thebes Route I
Friday A Saturday!
(i. WMcKbah,, P. M
5T. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNT A
& SOUTHERN R. B
txpres have Calrodtiy .....!..:') s
fM'"'. arrives t Cairn daily n,
socoiiiniodnlioii leave Cairo ilaily ..2;0ua.tu.
ioconiodnllon arrives dally (exee
Hundavl ........ 11 nn m
-47 Miles the Shortest to
IHCTILU, CIHIinAI! BALIIM
34 Miles the Shortest to
I:!;:::::'::, Mips 'sw M
I AND BOSTON.
i H1X HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAI5 OK
ALL OTHER ROADS
Alaklpg Same Connections,
l'tsngera tiv other route to make
Connection muat rid ail nltrht wait
Ian from Una to Six Hour at
nail country atatiooa for
Uii of conneotiug roa.de.
Eomembar tbat fact and take our
6:0U a. m- Train, reaching
lixsrh, Isfaayto. G;:iti,ioiisTillj
Trafft I war snd arrive at Cairo, aa follow
.il '.ravr. ..... IMl.
CliruuiM licit I
I ;ov p. at.
)U:u0 p. m
and cb is to all
A allLLia. H. L. XOBBIXX,
Oia 1'aaa An't. GrnFralBup
L. It. CllCKtU,
J.AIRO 4 VINCENNE3 R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
rllK trains ol tbla company connect t 8t
I.e..' and KaatM. Louis, witk ail tbel
r.ea o Hi JaertU, Keaetand Heat.
, 7 30 re
av East SU I
(I no p.m.
w it. aiAt.rAiii.Au,
Ticket and FrelKht A (rent, Cairo.
W KM. ien4.rHl Paaeerurer Agent.
.1. A HELL, Aicent at Cairo
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
1 1 1 1
I run SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Vlih direct Conoecttoni for
- ' AND
' ' A5D . . '
TraTclors v.i'drlng a
SPEKUVS'l'LKASANT and. C0MF0BT'
. ABLE TRIP,
Htiould remember tbatth
BALTIMORE t& OHIO RAILROAD!
ileuatit Coaches, SplenJUl Hotel". Urand
.and Beautiful Hountalo tnd Valleys
nccoeiy, bd i int many points
Historical Iutereat AIodj
Tare wiU AIWATBba u LOW
ai by uy , ; her Lin.
PULLMAN PAL A CE - CAB
. , , Bun Tbron-jii r " r
, WITHOUT CHANGE
. ItetwMBUie Principal
Wastern and Eastern Cities
For through ttckM, tBgjraf; ; ehteca,
BBivementof trainn,, ileeplni? car aocom.
m i:itlon, etn., etc; apply at ticket office
at til prluolpnl poUU. t-i -yjii j ; I ft S
aTORTB, BO0TS, ZAST
L. M. Colt
.. . (ca.TihM iit
' ASK in rccrrcred
sufferer, net Inn i
; tVytraarl tgue, th
tleat, bow 0y rteov
spirits, end good p
petit. ttty will tl
yon y taXI BUtt"
moo' Uvar Veri
latnr. ft, ANDBKST KAMtV MED
N I UK WORLD.
I EAl)A;IIE, Colic. U
i UKSi'JM ACli, Uiwl
oulhera Bmd "
it ala a -artitic of Mercury,
i biUnoa, but I
uDcc luta placwl In couulzm
maprcT-U. ll will can all
y araoKOMiil ot tb l:vr
- ' .. i,t LIvcrCoinnUlDtinaiiit
in Uic uoulo ; fain in tb liavt ,
, kiUu uiauucD lor roetuna
omnrb, low ol appal lie, boi!l
, oatira aaU laa amtum, ui
In Una painful aeoaaliun of havioM
,,. lomemiun wlii'Jb oubt to bave
bo ' . .r.drbiliiy, low ipims, a uih: -low
abearance ol Ibe ikln and ), a dry
. k tt.9 Mnlfimhtlun.
hum Uw ataiif of tbea ynnnomi tl
tbdmiM, at utlieni ry lew. om nw hto,
lari!"lorKao in h b.d, i eBrliy tb vmi
of disme and ti not rgulaUi la lnoe. Ifrtai
auIiriBi, wreubedDca aud UtAiai tu
tu. I can recommend aa aa afflcaelon rtmrfy for
dlMaiot the Uvrr, IlKartuum id l)TPia,
bimmoM' Liver ilclawr. Liwi t-xu"'
17 Manier alroet, AisUUnt loUDalr, ihll
lelunla. "W batetMtcd lu vlrtuee, wrsonally, and
now tiul for H)pe4 , Biliouane. and
Throbbing Uwiacbe it u thrbest mtxliciue tu
world er aaw, We taav tried fiwly o ber
rrrunliu In-fore Plmiuom' Iivt iUirulator,
r.nt non of tlii-m u more lb Umporary
rellal; but the iwuU'Jjr B'lt Oily leliMil 1
butcuredua "-Eo. ahu Mum'-
uaa, JllacoB, tia. ..- . , '
Kothm la to nnplaaaant, aotbtag eammon
u bed brretb. and i nearly every oa tt evaiea
from the sumiacn, and oanb o eaatiy aurRCl
i If yeu wiU uk nimmunt' Llwr Heguletor,
Do aot neile:t o aux a reiuMly for Wl. ro
puU-ivedi-ordfr. It WiU alaj iuiproy lonr
Appvlite, oomplexiou, and Inner! ueaiui
Thi dtitretilnr affliction occur moat fre
quently. 'I be di.Uirbanc el' tb etoraaeb,
ariainK from Imperfectly ditfeauid contenu,
oauae aMTrra puia in thi bead, accompaaied
with diaairneaUe naiuea, and tliia coiuutuUMi
lia( ia populaily known a Hick Meadaobo. for
prompt reiief - '
AKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain four mMlcal clemenU, never
found in to aauw happy prou-rium lu any
otker prparaliun. Tlx: a BU Calbaruc. a
power lul Iodic, a aaeioepuxnama aiwriir
ina a oeriaiu wmwu . jwijuiiug. u
he body, e-ucbaitfoal aucce. hiaanended iu
UU t at 11 1 BUW rrnaiueu aa vw
Aa a Uemedy in
MVLAK10US FKVJills, BO EL COM
I'lJtlNTS, llYSPKI'IA, 1IENTAL UEl'K
r-lLS. KKtl LhSSNKS. JAt'.M'ICE N AU-
6E, 811-K HtAUVCHE, US' IV, tONsTli"-
ATIOasd Hi .iJL6t3
11 HAD MJ LUUAb.
Armad with ihl AXITDOTB. all ebaiure of
llmal and water and food tuny be faced with
out fear. As lleaiedy in MALAKlUtS
rtVk.KS, HOVtL wiiri-Aisia, aaai
LaiSNroS, JAUNU1CK, SAI.'SKA,
J. II ZMLEN,
Price 11.00. Sold by all Druii;ie.
llluttrattd Monthly Uagatine.
Each number contain tbirtv-two pares of
readii g mauer. many line wood cut inuatraiiona
nd one colored plate. A Deiuuiui aruto
aune, ptmuaou eierant paper, ana iuu oi in
formation. In Englub and Ocrman. Pritetl ii
VlcA't Flower and VKetable Garden, to cent
in paper covera. lneltuitcloibooruaai.
VliLk's Catalogue H'ueiratioM, only two
ccnta. Addrtea, guinea vie, nocBeaier, a. i.
Vtek'i Illuttrated Priced Catalogue.
Aavente.nre nasea. 9)0 illustrations, with de-
ac-lptloo.of tbouaiidof he beat vegetable nd
flower, in the world, and the way to trow them,
all for a two cent postage tlamp, Printed in
German and Enxliin.
Vic a h lower and etetaDie canten. w eenia
in piper cover in elegant cloth covers, al.
VlcV'a Illustrated M,a hlyMagatin-3J pages,
ne illu-tntlions and colored plates in every
number. Price a year Ove eopiea for V.
AddreJ, tlames vies, ttocn(iter,.ii
Vicl'i Flower and Vegelablt Garden.
I the most beautiful work of the kind In the
rid. It contains nearly 150 runes, nunureaa
of fine illuitraiions, and six ehiuino plates beau
tifully drawa rn X colored from nature. rriceWJ
enuin paper covers, II in Cloto, Printed in
Getmaa and English-
Vlrk Catalogue, hJ iiiniranons,einiy :pu.
Addrcw, Jame Vik, BocmsUrt " Y-
VicA'i WUaer and VegelabU Setdt. .
. 1 J V ! M uutA I - 1m.m
PeeVick's Catalogue 3 UluairationB, only 2
cents. . .
Vlrk'a niustrated Hontnivuuaz n ?SBees
One illustrations and colored piate each aumber.
frit ai U a year. Five copies for $
vica's r lower at a vegemoie varaen, ou rente
i n,MvmTiri. with aleizunt oluth envers al.
All my Dubllcation axe printed in English
and liermsn. AUdreis Jamea visg,
l-31tf iwcnester, .
E. F. Kunkel'f Bitter Wine of Iron
The neat an 'ecu and delight of tbe pronle
In .n nothln. of the kind ha ever been offend
an me Am 110W peopi wmcu n.s bo Muita'7
found Hi way iati taidr good t'arorand hety
approval at e.. . Kasui a oilier wise oi iron,
it doe all tt rjro noses, and thus five nnlverra
satlrfactioa. Ilia sjuaranteed to cure tbe worst
case ofdyipep'a or Indigestion, kidney or
liver airs tse, wanness, neryonmess, consupa-
sion, acidity oi the stomacn, a. tret tnegrn
uine. . Onl Bold in al Imttlee. Denot and of-
Oca 86S North Ninth str-et. Pbiladelphl. Ask
for Kankel's and take no other. Sold by all drug
Dyipepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia
E. F. Kunkel Hitter Wine of Iron is a sure cure
for this disease. It has bean nrescribed daily for
many years in ta practlo of eminent physicians
wiin noparatiauKi luc.ets. . pyreptoms ara 10 a
aonetlie. wind and rlsinenffood.drTn-ajiow
headache, dirriness, sleeplessness and low spirits.
Wet the genuine. Kotsnla to DOlK.oaiy mi not'
ties: Hold br all dntesliu. Ak for E. F . Kun
kej's Bitter Win or Iro and tak no other. l
ner bottle, orsia bottles foe 'i. All I atk is a trial
of this valuable medicine. . A trial will convince
you at eac. ... . .
Worms, Worms, Worms.
E. F. Dunkrl's Worm Syrnn never falls to
remove all kinds of Worms. Seat, pin snd
lAmtfli WArma ara nadlW vemovsd DT Kun
kel 'a Worm Syrup -Dr. frank-1 la the eale
successful phuiclan la this country that can
remove rane) w orm id iruiu iwo to aw mruro.
He h ia no fee until bead ana ftU passes alive and
in tbla snsee t time. Common lenae leaohes
if Tana Warm ran be removed, all other Worms
eaa readily he removed. ' Ask your dracilat for
a bottle o Kunkel' Worm Svrnp. Price 01.00
per bottle. ' ft aever farte or send to the do- tor
r.re circular No. 4i Kottn Math St., rblladd
pbU. Advice free, '
" CURE GUARANTEED
I Describe your case, and send
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY; 10,. 1878.
THE MEXICAN BOUNDJSBX .
Raw a rel'Mf e . - Couinillsir
Adopted Its lu GraU lil4 ef
lb hierrMN. . .
(To the editor ft- Louis Globs-Democrat J '
KiRxwoot), Jao. 21), 1878. Iq lh Glob
Dvnocmt of a few dayi ago, I find the fol
lowing: ..... T - ,
The New OrIcM Ptnyunt call! the It'O
Grand D arrow, roked nuisance,
acron wtlch a rasn can throw stono,
wltbapoeilble chance of bitting a patriot
and making a war with Mexico. Why,
then, not abelitb it aa a ironiier line The
Bierrai, not very many mllti distant,
would be a far batter line ol deruarkatlon.
The river ltrell his, lioce 1859, and more
particularly since proored totally triad
quaU to the protection of Toxao lnteret
It would be good lor humanity.
It would be an efficient fact in the settle
ment ot Texas state, be It remembered,
as la'ge as Franceantraelf if the murderers
and robot rs who now congregate upon the
side of the stream could be removed acroi
the bills in their rear. All international
law, all the precedents of bUtory, woul J
jmtlfyus in asserting the right to push
them backward, anJ, it they refuse to
leave, to wipe them out of existence as
1 hese views were entertained by Preti
dent Polk at the time be directed the trea
ty with Mexico; but through the faithless.
nets of his commhHiooer, Mr. Nicholas P.
TrUt, his inrtractlons were disregarded,
and the treaty of tiuadtfloupe Ilidalgo was
made, establishing the Bio Grand as tbe
boundary Uoe uetrTeen the doited Elates
and Mexico. The 81err mountains, from
where they are pierced by the Panuco riv
er, run in nearly straight line northwest,
and iorm a bulwark o( almost solid stone
6 JO feet high, Kith the eastern face an al
most perpendicular wall for nearly 600
milts, to Saltlllo, (torn which point they
bear to tbe south. Inlrontol SoltUlo, Gen
Taylor fuught the tattle of Buena Vista
In lu rear is Monterey, capital of the state
ot New Leon. Btariing at Tampico, on the
gulf, and at the mouth of tbe Panu:o river
an J running ap the river sixty miles, we
reach the' point wnera tbe river peases
through the mountains. The river isabout
400 yards wide, and has water to float a
man-of-war.- This river, which Is the
southern boundary of the state vf laoiau
I pi, would make a good boundary be
tween tbe United States and Mexico, from
it mouth where It pierces the Sle res. let
the line then extend with the mountains
to sikillo, to which point thi-ir is no break
except a mule path at fcaflU Barbara and
one at Vicloira. These passe are 300 to
400 feet above tbe level of tbe sea, and are
very narrow and difficult ol aceets.
It will be remembered that -Nicholas P.
'Prist was sent by presldeat Poik as a com
mlakinner with (j60. SsCOtl's army. Mr
Trlat was impllcKly Instructed by the pres
ident to agree upon no treaty with Mexico
fixing boundary line without the consent
and approval ol Ms, Qen. Gideon Pillow.
Oen. Pillow had, by personal observation
an I survey, made himself familiar with the
line above desciibed, and held a commis
sion from. tbe president, a cotifldentiai
cummlhaioner, to act with Mr. Trist, and
instruct him in making a treaty with Mex
ico. It was tbe Wish of the president that
he boundary line tu m Suhlllo should run
nearly north to the Quit ol California, but
he left to the discretion of the commission-
rs the question of the direction ol this
line, aid was content tbat it shoul pursue
luo umiu uivuuuhu vuiiu lu J1U1QE WUere
its direction would intersect the Uulf or
California and the table lands! Mr. TrUt
wholly disregarded tbe instructions and
wishes of the president, and he was recall-
), but disregarding this, he followed tbe
Mexican authorities Into tbe interior, and
without consultation with Oen. Pillow,
who had been disaMvd at tbe storming ol
Chapultepec, be made and signed tbe treaty
of Guadeloupe' Hidalgo, establishing the
Rio Grande as the boundary.' It is true
tbat the treaty ot- Guadeloupe Hidalgo
was afterwards ratified and approvedjoy
the senate ol the Lotted States, but It was
made against the wishes and without the
authority of President Polk.
Notice is hereby given that I will be at
the fo lowing named Races, at the limes
below stated, for tbe purpose of collecting
the revenue of Alexander county, Ids., lor
the year A D., 1877, to-wtt:
- At the store bouse el B. Culley Co., in
Clear Cretk precinct.on Monday, Februacy
ilhth A. D., 1878. : k
At tue store uoue of K. A. Kdmundor,
(n Clear Creek precinct, on Tuesdy, Feb
ruary 26th, A. D I87H.
ai me storo oouse or B. r. Brown
Bro., in Tbt-bes trccinct..on Wedneidsv.
February 27tb, A. D ; Ms.
At tbe store house of A. H. Ireland, in
Santa fe precinct, on Thursday. February
X8th, A.U.. I8.5V . , . .
ai me store bouse Of r. D, Atherton , A
iu uwvo. insau uiciuuus vu Armey.
March 1st. A." U., 18T8.'
At the residence ol N. ntinsacker.th Doi
Tooth precinct, on Saturday, Marott 2nd
A. D . 1678.- "
At the store bouse of W.B. Hooppaw, In
Hodge'a Park, Unity precinct, on Monday,
March 4th. A. D L 78.
At the store hontaof O.Vf, fibort, In
Sandusky, Unity pceomci' on Tuesday,
March 5th. A. D.. 1678. '
At the store houseof Sam Hsrgrave, in
Toledo, Uagleweod precinct, on Wednes-
aay,Marca oto; Kiii.vm. '
.IK . PKTEK 8 A UP,
!- . Bhrrtff and Collector,
Cairo, Ilia., Feb. 4th, 1878. v. -7 -w
' , FURNITURE AT PUBLIC SALE, '
- i . .!.' i 1 1, . '. ; .
On the 20th day of February. 1878. beginning at
iv gnawi e.ru . ana coaunuing irom aay to nay
th undersigned Will (ell tt Btulion to lbs kiviu
est bidder fur cash i I he lureilur -Tec lory ol
William Kichbotl southeast corner nl riav.n.
teemh street ad Washington avenue, In Cairo,
Illinois, a la'ge lot of furniture ol Various kinds
and deTipuous, consisting el parlor seta, bad.
room aeia, .- bureaus, badsteada, waahraade,
word ropes, tables, bwkoaers, 4tka, IstwH,
w hat-trot, firadea. took Ins Uaaaa. I Aw
oaaorUntStet chslrt. dnsalne eataa. air. :
Ansv and wovdenul laventton for
AJig. rWukeeHAemlbToeitsr kau
exrap for washing anytblng waehee in one
third of the time; waenes tabard or soft,
bol or cold water; the only preparation
over lnvtited that will prevent wooteM
rroin snnnk-ng; worth four timer lu price
log vraeuiug wuuiHBa auone, rr
1 Mrs. Herjr Ward Beecher
reeommeodi tirta all housekeepers, says:
"Tbty will rejofce both lor conomy's sake
tnd the saftey ol Ueir clothing, and that it
can no more injure clothing or hands than
common, warm water." r
' ' ' ' ' Cl ttABVUX at JOnSBiOM, i.' .
. . ..2 PUUMtrMt. KewYork.
tdTflsrelay Uros. rUl'snpply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
f it peculiar mechanical action, is esteem
st an article ol merit; but Benson's Capcine
t rou Plaster ia considered sn article of
extraordinary .merit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, in add tin. pos-xs-e
modlcinal qualities ot a remarkable
catare, which causes it to act at once,
redeye pain Immediately, and cure where
other Porous Plasters will not ev en reli e ve
revAUMurnauam, Latn aa Weak Back, Spina
Dltteuse, Crick in the Hack. Kidney DiavsM,
Sprains end Bruise, Severe fains auU Btitches,
WeikkueM of the Uai:k, etc
Tb inauulacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Eetelved tbe Highest Medul at the Centennial.
It is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
uaiitie attracted tne attention oi the Cen
tennial Jurroraand thousands of physicians
wbo visited tbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe best remeiiy ever Invented for th
fiove aliment. Hold py all DrUKgisU.
Price. 25 cents. ' . . i
t2T Utirday Bros, will supply the trade
COMMlfSIOXEIt'S 8AI.R( , t
la pursuince of a jodgaseni Of McCraAen Ccm
mon Pleat Court, rcndereil at iu September l erin
1 077, ia the action oi J. II. Terrell's Administra
tor pUlso! against J. H. 'leneU'iiuUs, etc., de
fendants, 1 will oa .
MONDAY, JANUARY th, IBTli',
tltelng County Court day), ai (he Couit House
door in Blandvills, Ky., ell to the highest bidder,
oa a credit of 6. 12, la ud i atunUu, lb following
described propery, vis ;
frost lot boo. 8 4, aad , fr.nting oa the Mil
siuipoi river ; Lot No- i, containing 10 acres; Lot
No. 4, containing aTJ acre, sad LotSo., contain
ing iy acres lying in the town of Fillmore, at the
ttrmioum of the N. O. . L. L. and Chicago
Kailroad, opposite Cairo, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. 2, which it subdivided into two tuts, the one
containing 'alt acres, the edier eoataining 188
acres, the whole lying in the Peter bhcpBard aur
vevln Ballard County. Kentucky, which was di
vided, into the lota aforesaid by W. U. Beeves,
CommUtioner of this court, aim for a saer partic
ular dctcriplioa of the Iota aforesaid reference is
here made to the P'atof Division en file in this case.
Also the Wlowlng trac ts of land, vis: Lying in
Ballard County, near Pidgeon'a Old UiU, being
the land sold by J. H. Terrell to William Pittgsos
aad bought pack by I. ii. Terrell under a judg
ment fur the purchase money . Lying on the watenr
of Shawnee creek, beginning at a tuke a large red
oak, two hickories and tweet gum pointers north
cast corner, thence north 7 o west 147 poles to a
white oak wilh sweet gum, white uakaad ash point
ers, comer with 1 nomas Barlow, thence aonh lilt
poles to attakc with hickory, tmall black gum sap
lings standing as poinicis on east bank oi a wanch
corner with J U. Terrell's land, thence soutb a7s
east 1481 poles to a slake with two whit, oaks as
pointers, corner J II. Ter-el's. land, thence lull
poles to the beginning, con Uluing I iO acres being a
part of the land conveyed by Casttus M. Clay to J.
II. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
Col. John liartiss, the urns has been ividid into
two lots Not. I aud '1, by the Commissioner afore
soid, wSicb report ol diviaion it oa ale and here
referied to, 1 he purchsser will be required to give
bond with g'jod necunty, bearing interest from
ray of sale, having force of rep.evia bond an which
ciruuiton if. uuc when due
This 3rd day of December, 1S7S.
G.W.MamuAU., i i. u, Wilcox,
C. 0 Bkxvss, J W.H. Kkbvis,
Atumeys Oommi csio
By virttte of two fee bills to me directed, by
the clerk of tbe supreme court southern grand
division at Mount V'einoo, in tbe state of Illi
nois, inlavor ot John U, Abrcgnt i t ais. and
ugainst Jason B. bmitb et al., I baye levied
Upon tb lolloWiogdercribed property, to-wit :
Lot fourteen tls) in lock eleven ill) i lot twen
ty ix fit) tweotv-.even C'JT) and tweniv-
etght (J),inbl.u eventy two (72) 1 1U thirty
one and thirty-two (Si), In biock twenty-six
(2C). All tbe above described property is situ
ated in tbe city of Cairo, county of Alexa der,
and state of Illinois, which I tball offer for sale
at public vendue at the frout, or West aoor of
the courthouse, in the city or Cairo, county of
Alexander and State of Illinois, on the 21st day
ofFebi-uaiy, 1CT8, at 10 o'clock a.m. Paled
Ihitiairo.IlL, lUibduy of January. A.D lS7d,
f ETEU aAUl , bhenn.
State of Illinois, county ot Alexander, ss.
In the Alexander county circuit court.
Hugh Callahan v. John lievlne
Bill of loreolosureaaad tor relief, etc.
Amount of decree rendered J.n. 4 U7S. I47& 30
Interest from January 4, ln7 .at six per
cent : coats ol suit, including solici
tor's fee of I51 Ci 20
Public notice is herebv triven tbat in pursuance
Of a derree rendered in said court in tbe above
entitled cause al the special Uewmberterm A D.
177, 1, JolinQ. Herman, Maa'rr in Chancery of
said county, will, on Friday, the
!3d DAY OF KEBUUARY, A.D. l7s.
at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m.. Sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for each, at tb
front door of tbe courthouse, in the city of Cairo,
in said county and state, the following described
real eslate in the city of Oairo, county of Alt x
ander, and stale of Illinois, to wit : Hf yleet
off of the front end of lot numbered twenty-one
(21). twenty-two (221, twenty-lhree I'M), ana
twentv-lour (24). in block lifiy-two (52), being
oil of the end that fronts' on Walnut street, in
said city, making a piece one hundred ieer, on
Walnni Street, ana nnv lees on srvewn street,
togeihi r with the privileges and appurtenance
thereunto belonging or in any wise thereto apper-
Wlnm8' JOHN Q. HARMAN,
8. P. Wbiilib. Master, in Clianoory.
Compile. Sol'r. ' . ,
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I hereby given to Joshua (. Hall is adminis
trator de bonis non of tbe esutteof Uosea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin Unsinard of the pendency,
in mo circuit court or Aiexauuer county, mi
nuia, of a bill in chancery to loreclob a mort
gage, wherein you, toget er with Chauncey S.
shiumon, Louisa N. nliipman, Jus pb W.
Drexel and Charles Edward Iracy, as Receiv
ers of tbe Cairo and Vincennes railroad, and the
Cairo and Vinciaoe railroad company are de
fendants, and Charles C. ilolten, as Receiver of
of '-the Mutu.l Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, ia complainant : and that the summons
is sal.l cause ia returnable on the Ural day ol the
Ike January term, A. U. 17, ot said Court to
be holden at the Court House, in the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 37th, 177.
JOHN A. lit E Vet, Clerk of said Court.
S ami'bl P. Wukxlkb, Solicitor oi'comnlahiL
is hereby given that, by ylrueof a decree of tbe
County Court of Alexander Couuty in tbe Male
f !lll'.i,r taJirtd at: hi a'ovaiuber term,
A, D. 1877. I, august Watermeter, s.aa!U'j
tor of the EsUte oi Freilerick Watermeier, de
censed, wtll tell at pulilio vendue on the 24 lh
day of DeoeAber, A. D. 177, al the west door
ot the Conn House ia the city of 'Cairo, in laid
County, and Susie, at i o'clock p. u. of a aid
subject to the widow' dower Interest therein
for the payment of the debt of said Estate ol
Fred nek Wateimeier, defeased, lh following
described property, tu-Wit :
rbeeouin J( of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter iu section thirty-six (.M), town
ebiu. nt'.een (15) south range two (2), west of
t le 3rd principal meridian situate in said county
of Alexander and Slate of Illinois.
Term oi Hals Cosh in hand upon approval
of sale and delivery of deed -
Administrator of the Estate ot It red Water
trtl Cairo, iUS., .1DV illt, 1T7.
WHBFtiAR.'Oa the first day of April, 1870,
Emma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hut
bond, made, exeauled, acknowudged, aud de
li verei, to Mrs, Cossie Williams, now Mrs.
Cesaie Drips, a certain sal mortgage on lot
No. three (J), In block No. iwenty-uiue () in
Opdyke at Myer'a addition, to tbe city of Ches
ter, in tbe county of Randolph and Stale of ill!
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory note executed by said Robert H. Can
ine, dated April 1, leTtt, for two hundred dollars
each, payable In three, six, nine and fifteen
months, respectively , from tbe dales thereof,
with ten percent. Interest frost tbe dotes there
of; which said mortgage wa ttaly recorded
April b. 1876, lb recorder' oD'te in aaid Ran
dolph county, in book No. oue (1) ol lease,
Ac on page 2an : and
Whbkxai, Said mortgage provlle among
Other lliiugt for lh? sale by the Mid morlgng-e,
of auid lot and all tbe rtgut and equity ot re
demption tbereiu of Ihe said grantors, in-case
ot default in tbe payment of Hie said note or
any part thereof ; and m
Wukbba. Tue time for the payment of th
said notes, and each of tbeui has long since elaps
ed, and there now remiins due on toe last tbiee
ot the above mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars and flv cent (614.04.)
Now. therefor,-notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, thelltb day of January, IS7S, at
the floor of the court house in said city of Chester
at tbe houroi two o'clock p m.of said day, tbe
undersigned wUl oiler said premises tor sale to
the highest bidfser for cash iu band and on mak
ing aaid sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
tbe purcbuser a good and sufilclent deed therefor,
Formerly Cassi William
Consumption, thatsoonrg of' humanity, Is
the great dread ot the human family, ia all civil
1 feel confident that I am in possession of tbe
only sure, infallible remedy now known to
be profession tor tk iieedy. positive cure ol
bat dread disease, and iu unwelcome cosoom
Itonts, vis i Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debilltv, etc., etc. I am old logy. I be
hove in medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rienee a a busy practitioner in the best con
sumption hospital In the old and new world,
has taught me th value of proper medlca turn
both local and constitutional In lb cur" of fM
great enemy of our raos. I have found it But
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suffering with ooosuinpt.on er any of the abov
maladies, that by addressing me. giving tymps
tout, tbey shall be put in possesslea joints
great boon, wiUiout charge, and shall have the
benefit of my experience Tn thousand of case
successfully treated. Full particulars, direc
tion for preparation and use, and advic and
Instructions for auccessrul treatment at your
own boms, will be reoei veil by you by rtura
mail, free ol charge, by addressing
i - i)k. JOHN 8. BURNETT.
willy 167 Jefferson street Lonisvlll .
, permanently cured nd humbug Dy one
manth'e usaite of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders. To oonvinee sufferers
that these powder will do all wo elalm tor
them, we win sena tnem oy mau, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard it
tbe only physician tbat be over made this
diseaea a BDecial, study, and a to out
knowledge thousand have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd its,
wawiil eaoranteo permatient euro r
varw run. orralund TOU' ail BIO0r OX'
pended. .Ail sulTarera should give thee
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PI-.liUnIrf. idau auJ wuiiiiSi
Ar net adveitlted as "cure-all," but are specif
ics la the disease for which they are recom
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Investigators of natural science have demotv
stntsed beyoad cootroversy, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ol the finest" it the
only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity.
Does not tbe same principle govern the Commercial
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superior ardcle. By leasoaof auperiot merit, i,r.
i'ientt's (Standard Medicines have outrivaled al)
others. Their sal in th United Slates sloae ex
ceeds cm million dollars per annum, while the
amount exported foots up to several hundred thou
sand more. Ne business could grow to such gig.ia
tJc proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that yf merit, , . r , .
Golden Medical DiscGverv
' l Aiteretive, or Biood -cleansing.
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Golden Medical Discovery
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By reason of lit alterative propeiliet, cures diseases
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and Eruptions. Hy virtue of it Pectoral proper
lion, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung ARee
llons; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs;
and I hreaic Laryngitis, lu Cholalugue properties
render itaouneqiialed remedy tor Biliousness lor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint ;" and iu Tonic
properties make It equally ctbeaciousio curing Indi
gistion, Lost of appentaand Uypcpsia.
Wlirr. the tkin Is sallow Snd covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there are Hcrohilous af
fections snd swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will effect an entire cure. If you feel
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and gloomy forebodings, im-guisr sp petite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering trom Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness.'' la many cases of "Liver Com-
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enced. As a remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it eflecu
perfect cures, leaving the liver strengthened aad
P. P. P. P.
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while Ving tbcin.
The "Little Giant" Cathartic, or MULTL'M IN
PARVO PHYSIC, scarcely larger than mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coated I hey remove the
necessity of taking the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore so much in use.
As a remedy for Headache, Diulness. Rush ef
Blood to the Head, Tightness about the Chest, Bad
Taste in the Mouth. Eructations from the Stomach,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice, Pain la the Kidneys,
lltghly-Loloied Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
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Furthermore, i would say that their action is uni
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Age does not impair the properties ot 'Sese Pelleu.
They are sugar-coated aad inclosed iag.'tsa bottle,
their virtues thereby being preserved unimpainu
A mmj v.VM. W ., , .!; imH
aad reliable This is not the case with those pills
which are put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily un of two Pelleu has Cured th
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils. Blotches, Pimples, etere Eyes,
and En plions. They sre, however, recommended
to be taken In connection wilh the Goluca atedieal
Discovery, in order to secure the best resulu.
The remedial mansrement of those disease
peculi ir to women has afforded a Isrge expeii
ence at the World's Dispensary, of' which Dr.
Pierce is the chief consulting physician, In adapt
ing remedies for their cure. Jir. Pierce's Kav
oiite Pietcripnon ia the result of 'hit extended
experience, and has become Justly o lcbraied for
ilt many and remarkable curt of all those chron
ic diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restorallvs
Tonic to the entire tvstem. It is a nervine of nn.
surpassed eflieacy, and, while tl qutet nervous
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1 he following diseases are among those in v. hich
tbe Favorite Prescription has worked magic
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ing UttwB Sensation, Chronio Congestion, In,
noinmauon tno utoerauoo oi ine uients, inter
nal lieat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Dea
Tuandocv, and very many other chronic diseases
secular to women, but sol mentioned here.
, The following Ladle are a few of tbe many
thousands who can testily to tbe efficacy of Dr.
Force's Favorite Prescription, trot experience
nd observation :
s Mr Cornelia Allison, Pneta, Iowa, Mrs Too
J Methvin. Ha'cher's Station, Mrs T A Sey
mour, Rome, N Y; Mrs Francis iiiuwick, Ver
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ton, Pa ; Mi Mary A Hunolt, Eplna, Mo; Mr
Mary A Friable, Lehinaa, Pal Mr DKGill,
Chillicothe, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Malone, West
Siiringfleld, Pb; Mr R Hiatt, Emporia. Eon;
Mis Louise Pratt. Dodgeville, Mas; Mrs L A
Daidiield, Norfolk, Va; Mr C Allison, Proctor,
Iowa a Mrs J N Vernon, St, Thonaaa, oat; Mr
S (J Moian, S"3 North Howard stieet, Baltimors,
Md ; Mrs Lucy Callinan, Barnesville, Ohio, Mrs
Nancv Moisaught, Jefferson, luwaj Mrs L ti
Steinrnd, Friendrhlp, N Y ; Miss Ellen Cady,
WesttleM, N Y; Mr Anthony Annum, Verona,
N Y ; Mrs B N Rook, Urond Rapids, Mich; Mr
W H Webb, Watutown, N Y. Tbousanda of ref
erence can be given at the World's Dlspensorv.
- THE PEOPLE'S .
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manufacturer of the foregoing renstdi, all of
wnicn are tola ny druggists, u u also in
Author of th People't Common Sea Medio I
Advlaer.a workelnearlv ease' ihonseatsl nawa.
witk two hnndred and eighty-two Wood-engrav-lng
asul colored Bute, lie ha already sold of
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CITY KATIOWAli BANK. CAXBO
omciaer ' : ! ',,
A. B. BAFFORD, President.
8. S. TAYLOR, Vic President. s
W. HYSLOP, Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. BaactJiT, Cuts. tSaLiclt, , ,
F. M. StmjTuni, Pact O. ScttcH.
R. H. CnwiAitnitasi. K L.lUia.iPAT, .
J. at. Fruixm.
INTEREST paid on deposits at th rata ol Sis
per cent, per snnum, March 1st and Septets,
wr 1st. Interest aot wtUulmwa is added lrtim
liattjy to tb principal of tbe deposit, thereby
flvlne ln '.--nl lnteri).
Married Women and Children rasj
A'eposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9. m. te I p.r,
ai Saturday evenings for savings deposit only
torn to 8 o'clock.
F. Boss, President. H. Wells, Cashlsr.
f. nell, vine rree't. T. .1. hsrth. Asst. Uath'r
Cirnar Oonmerolal Ave. andSthStree
F. Broes, Cairo. ra Kings, Celra
P. N.tl, Cairo. Wm Wull'o, Cairo.
A. eiiaanks. Cairn. R. L. btliinstiy. at. Louis
E. Buder, Cairo. H. W. Us, Cairo .
r M. iirinxmsn, St. Louis.
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and all way landings,
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Th Beet steamer
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Leave Cairo every SATTTROAT.
Each boat makes close oonnecUont at Calra
with first-class steamers for St. Louis, Hew
obis and New Orleans, end l Evanaville with
the E. AC. B. R. for ail points North and East,
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