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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1878.
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61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
I'iii&apaiis, PUiislpiia Sew Id
-SIX HOURS SAVED
OVKH TRAIN Of
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
I aa.eufrer by other routes to make
Connection, must rids all night wait
ing from One to Bi Hour at
mull country station, (or
trair a of connecting- road.
Remember that fact and take our
C:00 a. m. Train,, reaching
Train Itave and arrive it Cairo, an follows
fail Vaves - a. t
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al uil arrive lOrou p. ui.
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fhroagu tickets ami checks to all important
A. MILLEB, H. L. MOHRILL,
bi n' fan Ag't. General Sup
L. B. CHLHCH,
Psss. A stint
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
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HI. k U.U it. tt,
HIE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT BOUTE
Willi direct Connections lor
mmmih, nt mi
Travelers slrinc: t
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AHLETRU. Should remember tbatthe
BALTIMORE !& OHIO RAILROAD!
flep::int Coaches, Hplendld Hotels, Orand
and Beautiful Hountain tnd Valley j
Hceiioi)', and the many polntu
llUtorl'-ul Interent Alore
.Fare wiU Al WATS beat LOW
at by any bir tin.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB.
Itun TUron h
Western and Eastern Cities.
For tbroiiKU tlcketB, htggtgt checks
.uuvniiiiuuui iruinn, cicepinir car ficrom
modfttionn, etc., etc., apply at ticket oillcea
a, iiuuijiai puimif.
TOKTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
Donev. L. M. i:oi
I't en. TIckatAgt. Oen.TirJtet A(rf
Marry. Thoi. It. Sharp,
. Acl. Mauler of Tranio'a
Walter llyslnp, treuurer. vs. (loorge W.CocIf
ruu. Aaauiiiinu wiill aiiac.llienl.
fttblle notice Is horeby given to the said
ieoige W, Cochran that a writ of attachment
Issued out ol the offlceof th clerk of Aleaamlvr
county circuit noun, uatca tne tfiin flay of He
i iimlwr. A. It,. 1177. at the SHU of the aald W'.l.
ter llyali, treasurer, and against Ilie estate of
the satu urarg w, uoenran, itirecteil to the
Hheriflfof Alexander county, which said writ
has been returned executed. Mow, therefore,
unless you, the said Ueorge W. Cochran, shall
personally lie. snd appear befsre the said Ale.
anier county circuit ooeurt on or bel'ure the llrst
liny ol tliu uext term mere, to tie uoiuen as ina
court house. In the citv of Cain, on the Ural
. Monday of Jaiiuit y, A. 17X, give special
ball, and plea to tin said plain UlTsaction, judg
ment shall Im entered strains! T 11. and SO much
of the pnperiy attached as may be sufficient to
satisfy.tb sale Judgment and cost will be told
to satttiy ma tscs, v, .
icllk KN A lill.hKRT. JOHN A. REETt.
Att'ys for nUlntlff.' i. . a Circuit Cerk,
ASK tne rtflovertil
ulTeir, flitlma l
feyeraad ague, tt
tlent, how they reaoT
red health, cheerful
uplrlw, and good ap
. jittlt H-y will tH
nion'i Liv H-lil.r.
1 IIKOHEArKST, ASUBhsl fAMl.Y MM-
ICIN 'N 'tllKWOlU.1). -I'orDVSI'KrsiA.CONS'ni'ATIoNJaudke,
billouaatlaiikii, faiOh Hr.ALiAi IIK, Lniic, lh-
Lremion of ftpiru, oOLlt blOjiAi.ii, n
Jin nurivalien bouinera iwwuy ia vi-
Mlite'l not to Contain a mrtiou of Mercury,
or auy iujurioiu aulatanoe, but ia
ivinlaiiiiuiitioeouthernro'iuanil b-rb wtilrli J
in all wiae I'rovulance luw placwl in counlrww
where Liver lien pruvMl. It will cure an
lia,e cauwd hy deraiiKunenl ol me i.ih
ami Iniwela. . , ,
The syuiiitoma of Liver Complaint are a bit
ter or laul taMa iu the mouth) Fain in the WJ,
h1m or Jniata, fkn iuiuken for rlieuma
h lr.Mii nt aonetlte. iiowela
alternately costive ana lax. iwaiucnvi i ""
inciiiory with a pamiui aewumuu
failel i. ! omelliinif whir.n ounlit to have
ln Mone deliility, low Hiirita, a thick 1
low a, ,aranc ol tliu klu and eyes, a dry
Huinediuea many of Miene yinpU)iu attenil
thediauane, at olliern very few, but the liver, tlit
largest oiyan in the body, in t-snerally the "
of dtaoaiea and If not rtftulatwl in tune, Kri.-at
auneriog, wretchedneei and UfcAlu wui en
I can rwv.iiimcnd aa an efflcacloua remeily' for
diwwof the I.iver, llmrtlmm and DvHpeima,
hiiumon.' Liver lKcJator. Lawia v LtioaK,
17 Matter etreet. Aanintunt I'uimsUr, l'lill-
W'e liav. teteil It virtues, jronally, and
now tlut for UjHuepits lllliousneas ana
'IhrobhiuK Headache it w the lient mwlicine lue
aorlleveraaw. We have trifl forty other
r.-medk Hore SUniiHin,' Liver lyulator,
but none of them a-av o lu more lbn tenuorary
relief; but trie Itejitila'Jir not ouly reiiivwi
hutctireil ua."-L. l'aLaurAra akd Mrnuiw-
i.iH, Alaooa. l.a.
Nothing ii to onDleaaant. Bothinn to eonuiion
aa bail breath, and in near) every case it cornea
from the Stomach, and can be bo easily eorrect
m if you will taka Simmons' Liver ltrulaUir,
Do not neglect ao a ore a remedy for thii rc
pulaive tluorder. It will alaj improve vour
Appvllie, cjinpieiion, au'i utoerai ueaiin .
Tlii diitreanlnr affliction occur! mot fre-
'luently. Ilie Uiaturlaince af the stoiaacb,
arming from imperfectly direated contenU.
caunea a aevere nam in in bead, accomiianiel
with riiaairretakUe nausea, and thia con-UiuU
what ia popnlaily known at Kick Headache, t or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, ( ontalnt four molicHl elements, never
found In Uie aame happy proportion in any
other urrtration. via: a ifut.e laltiartiu. a
powertul tome, n uneiceptirnalile alu-raiive
and a certain Corrective of all impuritie 01
'he body, (ucbaig'iutl euvcea liaa atunded itu
uu t at It la bow renarunl aa Uie
EITKC1 UAL PPE( irC
.Aaa lirmedy in
M tLAHlOVH IKVKhW. IIOALL COM.
1'LALNTS, ItysPKI'cIA, MENTAL IiEPKr S
KICS, KESlLtS.SSE.ss, JAl'.flilCK. NAC
Kt, 81CK UKAD VCHE. CO' U,, CONRllf
ATIOX and HI -101 :sMM
Armed with thlt ANTIDOTE, all change of
climate and water and food may he faced with
out tear. Aa a ltenieily in MALAUIul S
KKVEKS, HOVEL COMPLAINTS, UtST
LEsaNEart, JAC.N HiCK, -NAUSEA,
MAJctrACTLHKD ONLY BY
J. II. ZEILKX,
Price fl.'C. Sold by all UruggCta.
llhutrated Monthly Maiiaz'uw.
Each numbr containa thirty-two page of
Itailu.it maH-r, many line wood cut llustrationn
and one colared plaia. A beautiful ranlen mag
azine, pr.ottd on eji-gant pap-r, and full of in
fornuition. In EngliaU aud (jrrman. Trice tl '.'''
ici't Flower and Vegetable flarden, 50 cents
in iier coven). In elegant cloth covera I .
tick's Catalogue iAn illuntrationt, only two
cents. Address, jHiaefl Vlca, Kochcster, N . V.
Vick's Illustrated Priced Calaligue,
Sevenly-flve pajp 2tM illustration", with dc
sciiptlonaol tbuiuand. of the beat vegi'table and
Uowers in the world, and the Way to grow them,
all lor a two cent tioblage stamp, i'rintcd in
(vrrnan and EnglUii,
Vick's Mower and Vegetuble Car . len. 50 cents
In paiier cover. In elegant cloth iver", .
Viek's Iilumrated MonihlyMaguiae ii pagei.
fine illustrations tnd colored plates in every
number. Price $1 a year . live copies fur SO.
AJdre.1, James Vick, Hxbitter, N . V.
Vick's Flower and Vegetabls Garden,
Is the moat beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It contains nearly l page, hundreds
of One illustration', and six chroiao plates beau
tifully drawn ml colored from nature. Price j"
cenu in paper covers, (1 In cloth, l'rinled in
oernuui and cngnan.
Vick s Catalogue, oo illustrations, only '.'cts.
Address, James Vitk, Kotiiejur, V.
Itcil'i Floicer and Vegetable Seeds.
Are planted by a million people In America.
See Vick's Catalogue 3ii llliisiratious, only i
Vict s lilustratca Montniy jiagsiine JTiuzes,
One illustrations and colored plate eu.'h aumbcr,
Trke It K.'i a year. lve copiei tor f .
Vick t lower sua egetaule Oarucn, .vj cents
in paper covers, with elegant cloth cavers 1 .
All mv publications are printed in Uiglisn
and German, Addrr9 James Vik,
1-jltf luKhester, . Y,
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron
The iraat success and delight of the ueopla.
Id faol nothing of the kind has ever been offered
to the American people which his to quickly
found Its way into their good favor and hearty
atiproval as E. F. Kuatel's Hitter Wine of iron.
itdoes all tl proposes, and thus give univcrea
satisfaction. It it guaranteed to cure tbe worst
oases of dyspepsia or Indigestion, kidney or
liver disease, weakness, nervousness, constipa
tion, acidity of the stomach, Ao. Oct tne gen
uine, unty soia in i Doiuea. nepoi ana oi
flce. 2.V North Ninth street, Philadelphia. Ask
for Kuukel't and take no other, Sold by all dmg
gitts. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. F. K unkel'a Itittcr Wine of Iron is a sure cure
for this disease. It bat been prescribed daily for
many years in the practice of eminent physicians
With unparalleled tucaess. Symptoms are lost af
appetite, winu ana rising ot tooa, dryness in moutn,
headache, dullness, sleeplessness and low spirits.
Uet the genuine. Not sold la bulk, only in tl bot
tles: Mold by all drtiMliU. Ask for E; r : hun-
kel't Bitter Wine of Iron and take no other. SI
tier bottle, orslt bottles for fiV All I ask is a trial
ottlds Valuable medicina. A trial will convince
you at once.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
K. F. Itunkel's Worm Svnin nevor fails In
remove til kinds of Worms. Scat, pin and
atnniar.h onus are reaiiuv removes! hv ruin-
kel'a Worm Hvvtiu. Itr. Knnkil is the only
suoeessful phsloian In this country that can
remove I ape orrn in irom iwo m lour nours.
He h tt no lee until head ana sll passes alive and
in thia mace nt time. Common sense teaches
if Taps Worm can be removed, all other Worms
can readily be removed. Ask your druggist for
a bottle ot Kunkel's Worm Svrup, Price II .00
ier bottle. II nover rails or tend to tne no'tnr
or circular. No. 9 Isorth Ninth St., l'hlladel
phis. Advice fire,
IViirri.M vour caii?. and aend
wun xn cenu. vunrrHnonut;
ahM li'aaMn Ht V a M !
j ais a mi av v w maw m a
uo nt, vsi-non etnet, rnutntipma.
Artists' Models in New York.
HoHton Saturday Gazette.
It wat not io long Ago tbatarthUin New
York liad a bard a time to find modoU a
tliev aometimes bave .to tlnd gold. .Nude
modelH I mHii. There ut-ed to be but two
female model-, one a great lat woman, and
another very thin. Kor a long time the
Academy or Denn louht tifalnm a life
cists, but Unully bud toive in. The (,'oop-
er lm-tltiite ti boolH of art mill hold out
oiiinht the Innovation; I think tbut to pro
poie a binle model to l'otcr Cooiwr would
be enough ol a nhock to caime hid death,
Tliu Art btudontH League, bat lilo modelK,
and tbe artists tind no trouble in getting
them lor ibuir xtudios. Another hard
struggle wh fur Hie lady attirtls to get
model',. Women who would pose for men
would not pose for women. I know of an
lnntance of a
model who always wore a
veil over ber luce when the rut for hides,
but took It off when she sat for men. Her
rear-on lor this was that women would
point ber cut on the street, Iftbty chanced
to meet ber, as our model," whllo tbe
men wouid cot think ol her at all. Mod
els are not necessarily depraved women.
Home of tbe bent in tbe city are quiet, mod
est girl, w bo have been brought up to tbe
profusion, as their mothers before tbeni;
and tbev look upon ituierely in a business
lilit. They are mostly Oernisn and Ital
ians, American models, as a general ItiiiiK,
come from a lower order ol society. It Is
no eay thing to be a model; try to stand
in any one position for ball or three-quarter
of an hour, and see if you can do it.
You would lire.-tk down in less that a quar
ter ol that time. Models are allowed a
rest of twenty minutes between their
sitting, and durini; this time tbey generally
wrap a eliawl about them and retire to an
othi.r room. One model 1 know of is an
exception to this rule. She poses lor a
d'ts of ladies, aud when ber restiugtime
coulee, she cteps down lrom the platform
in all tbe simplicity of mother Kve, and
rakes the lire and puts on coals. Then tbe
sits cro's-legyed on the edge ol tbo plat
form and reads a story paper. A friend of
mine wanted to get some private sittings
from ber, so be said, "I wili you would
couie to me alter you are dressed, I want
to speak to you." "It isn't w orth while
waiting lor thai," replied the amiable mod
el, "I'll come to you now," and with that
s'ae tripped jauntily across the floor, thread
ing tier way in and out among the artists
without an article ol clothing on, "I
want to hare you sit lor me at my ttudio:
what are your terms for private sittings?"'
Inquired my iriend, a little nonplussed,
"O, we won't quarrel about ter.-ns," said
the model, with a jaunty sir. "Uut I wish
to know bofor. nana," insisteliuy Iriend.
"Well, then," laid the model, with an ln
describuble to of her head, ".10 cents an
hour to I.jdles, and $1 an hour to gentle
men." The bargain wai at once sealed,
and tbe skipped lightly back to the plat
lorm, bumming a tune. Not long ago a
well known and favorite model made her
debut upon tbe theatrical stage, playing
a leading role with a great deal of promise.
It is not such ,an uncommon thing as one
might suppose for an artist to marry his
model. 1 know of several instances where
this has occurcd, and they made model
XOTICE OK FINAL SE1TLEMENT.
State of Illinois, Alexander county. Estate of
Daniel II. Phillips, dcoeassd.
Notice is hereby given that on Mon'Iny, the 11th
day of March, A.l. lr-To, the unilerriuned ad
ministrn.r de bonis Hon of said esta o will pre
sent to the coumv court of Alexander county at
the courthouse in Cairo, Illinois, at a turm there
of to he holilen, bis llnul report of bis acts and
doings as administrator tie bonis non, and ask
tbe court to he discharged front any a nil all I'ur
ther duties and responsibilities connecttd witli
said estate, and his administration thereof, at
which time and place such persons as are inter
eteil may he present and resist such application,
If they choose so to do.
HVRON F. I1LAKE,
Administrator de bonis non.
C airo, Ills., Fcb.fi, lP7s. i-Uwlt
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
State of Illinois, Alexander county, ss. Estate
if Daniel Lanipert, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 1 1th
day of March, A. It. IsTs, the undersigned ad
ministratrix, of said estate will present to the
county court of taid Alexander county, at the
courthouse in Cairo, Illinois, at a term thereof
thn to he holdeu, her final report of ber acts and
doings as administratrix, and ask the court to be
discharged from any anil ail further duties and
rebponsihilitui connected with said estate, and
her administration thereof, at which time and
place such prrsons as are intsrestcd may le pres
ent and rt airt such application If they choose so
to do, M Ali.U A Kb 1 LAMl'MU ,
Cairo, His., Feb. f, 1ST". 2-Hwlt
lloiiploisor Hisr-r y, tlsnt la ttt
Dr. V. E. Hoy t ol 25 years sueeessitil
practice euaiantec" speedy and per m un
cut euro ol nil Chronic, Scrofulous, I'ri
vato, Syptiiletic and Female DUeustg,
SjiermuUTrliira, or self-abuse, at his
Medical institute, Agftn & Cheney mock,
opposite tlio City Hall Park, Syracnpc,
N. Y. .Medicine sent to all parts ol the
V. 8. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertisin?; quitcks who throng our largo
cities, but consult Dr. Iloyt or send lor
circular treating on bis specialities to his
r. u. ucnu.tj.
Ladies- My great liquid French
remedy, Anile Do Femme, or Female
Friend, is unlailinir In the cure of all
painful and dangerous diseases ol your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brines on the monthly period with regu
larity. In oil nervous and spinal aflec-
tions, pains in the back or limti, lienvl
ness, fatigue on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot the ncarc, lowness 01 spirit, ny
sterics, sick headache, whites, and nil
Diilnful diseases occasioned by a disorder'
ed system it effects a cure when all other
means tail. I'rl $2.00 pef bottle, sent
by mall. Dr. W. K. lioyt, Box 270,
Kyracusp. n. .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PAItllON
Notice Is hereby given that application will be
mads in Hue course ot urns w ins excellency,
sihelby M. Cttllotn, governor nt the Mtiita of Illi
nois, for the nardtia of Onhnev Johnson (oolor-
ed) , convicted at the May term of the Alexander
county circuit court on a charge of larceny and
tsntenceu io ureeyrar in lue penitentiary,
Cairo, Ills., lleo. 10, 1877.
lusuy sapor m
arfS ltIMemlrcM SMkuig and UI Musi asst I't
' A mi bJ1 weilerlvd iaTeation for
wisk.ng, WaiAeilUs aajt'.i ; rsasr An
soap lor washing anything; washes In one
third of the time; washes in bard or soft,
bot or uold water; tiie only preparation
ever iuvscted that will prevent woolens
from shrinking; worth four times its price
lor washing, woolens alone..
Mrs. Heflry Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"Ttity will rejolcu both lor economy's sake
sad tne suftey ot tjelr clothing, and that It
can no more injure clothing or bands than
common warm water."
gVABUKY - JOnlRUN,
21 l'bttt Street, ew York.
tSTBarulay Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary l'orous I'lastcr, on account
3f its peculiar mechanical action, it esteem
sd an article ol merit; but lienson'sCapcine
I' trotis I'lititT Is considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has the aame
mechanical action, and, in ad:tlon, pot
eHe uedicinul qualities ol a remarkable
cature, which causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
3tlit-r 1'urous l'lasterswill not even relieve
For ithcumatlsm, Iiuesn Weak Hack, Spina
liiscase, Crick iu tlie Hack, kidney liise.tsu,
Sprains and lirtiises, Severe l'uins and Mtitciies,
Weukucas of the Hack, etc.
Benson's Capcine Plastor
lteeiYsd the H ighcs.t Medal at tbe Centennial.
It is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
qualities attracted the attention oi tne cen
tetiuiul Jurrors and thousands of physicians
whovLsited the Cciitciiiii.il. who pronounc
ed it the best remedy ever invented for th
ijove aliments. Sold py t-il Druggl-ts.
iTiue, so cents.
J&aT Barclay IJro. will sunnly the trade
In pursuance of a judgment of McCrucken Com
mon 1'kas Court, rendered at iu September l ei in
1-7", in the action of J. II. Terrell's Adininiitra
tor.pl.iintilTag:usi.I. U. TerreU'sheirs, etc., de
fendanu, 1 will on
MONUAV, JANUARY th, H7
t'lleing County Court day), at the Couit House
door in Itlandvills, Ky., sell to the highest bidder,
on a credit Of 0, 1J, Is and il muntlu, Uie following
described prupery, viz ;
rront tots Jsos, J, , ami n, tranting on the Mis-
si.sippi river ; Lot No- ,1, containing IU acres; I-ot
No. 4, containing m acres, and Lot No. S, conuin
ing l'Jl j acres lymi! in the town of Fillmore, at the
tormmums of the N. O. S. L. L. and Chicago
ItaUroad, opposite Cuiro, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. i. Which is subdivided into two lots, the one
containing i!IS acres, the other containing Issi
acres, die who.e lying in tha Peter bheppard sur
vey in Iiallxrd County, Kentucky, which was di
vided into the Pits aforesaid by W. 11. Ueeves,
Commissioner of this court, and for a more parlic
ula r description of the lots aforesaid reference is
here made to t"e P!at of Division on file in this case.
Also the following tracts of land, vn Lyinig in
Uallard County, near I'idpeon's Old Mill, being
the land sold by J. H. Terrell to William 1'idaeos
and bought back by I. II. Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchikse money. Lying ou the watenr
of ahawnee Creek, beginning at a slake a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum pointers north
east corner, thence north 87 0 west U7 poles to a
White oik with sweet gum. white oak and ash txiint-
ers, corner with Thomas Harlow, thence aorth loU
poles to a slake with hickory, small black gum sap
lings standing as pointers on east bank of a branch
cornerwith J. H. Terrell's land, thence south s73
eaitl4f.' poles to a slake, with two white oaks as
(Kiinters, corner J II. Tertl's land, thence lis)
poles to the beginning, containing ItsJ acres, being a
in oi me land conveyed oy Casnus M. Clay to .1.
I . Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
ol. .l,.l. Mar.iKV the san h-,. , i..id-a in.n'
two lots. Nos. 1 and i, by the Commissioner afore
soid, which report of division is on tile and here
referred to. 1 he purchaser will b reouired to civa
bond wiih good security, bearing interest lrom
lav of sale, having torce of rep evin bond on which
execution may issue when due.
This .Ird day ol ucccmhcr, lsys.
G.W. Marshall, i I. Ii. Wilcox,
C. b.lttXvEs, j w , H. Ur.avcs,
Aturneys. tkimtui ssio
lly virtue of two fee bills to me directed, by
the clerk of the supreme court soHihern grand
divisional Mount Vernon, in the state of Illi
nois, in favor of John C, Abreght et als. and
against Jason It. Smith et als., I haye li'Vleil
Umn thstollowing described property, to-wit ;
Iait fourteen (U) in block eleven 4 U) lots twenty-fix
(.i). twentv-seven (:7) and twentv-
eight in block seventy-two (7) ; l.ts thirty
one and thirty-two Vtt) , In biock twenty-six
U' ). All the above dcscrilied property is situ
ated in the c:ty of Cairo, county of Aic i der,
and stale of Illinois, which 1 shall offer for sale
ut public vendue at the front, or west aour of
the courthouse, in tne city oi Cairo; county oi
Alexander and State of Illinois, on the 21st da?
of February, lfTS, at 1 o'clock a.m. 1'ated
this Cairo, 1 1L, lnhduy ol .lanuary, A.l). IsTs,
I'EThlt SAl 1', Sheriff.
State of Illinois, county ot -k:;:indcr. ts,
In tbe Alenandei county cir-uit court.
Hugh Callahan vs. John lieviue.
Hill of loreclosure and for relief, etc.
Amount of decree rendered Jan. 4. 1S7K. M7j 30
Interest from January 4, IsTs at six per
cent. : costs ol suit, insiuaing solici
tors fee of 5o . ........- CI 20
Public notice is hereby given that In pursuance
Of a decree rendered la said court in the above
entitled cause nt the special December term A It.
177, 1, JobnO. llarnian, Master in Chancery of
said county, will, on Friday, the
22d DAY OF FEBKL AItY, A. D. 17S,
at the hour of M 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 sa.d county and stale, tne pillowing uescruieil
real estate In the city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander, and state of Illinois, to-wit : Fifty loet
olf of the front end of lots numbered twenty-one
(.1), twenty-two (:.'), twenty-inree tu, and
twentv-lour (Hi), in block flfty-two (&!). being
oil of the end that fronts on W alnut street, in
said city, making a piece one hundred teei on
Walnut street, and HltV feet on Seventh street,
together With tne privileges ana appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in uny ise thcrcte apper
taining. JOHN Q. HAftMAV,
8. P. Wiiixli R, Master In Cbancury.
Dated, Cairo, His., Jan. 8", ISTS. 1-SHd
Consumption, that scourge of humanity, is
the great dread ot the humau family, in all civil-'
I feel confident that I am In possession of the
only sure, Infallible remedy now known to
he profession tor the speedy, positive cure ol
hat dread disease, aud its unwelcome conrom
itants, vin Catarrh, Asthma, bronchitis, Ner
vous iiebllitv, etc., etc. 1 am old fogy. 1 be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rience as a busy practitioner In the best con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
has taught me the value of proper medic ti"n
both local and constitutional in the cum c)f this
freat enemy of our race. I have found It. Hut
am digresssing. 1 started sut to say to those
suffering with consumption or any of the above
maladies, that by addressing ins, giving tymps
bum, they shall be put iu possession jotliis
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
bene III of my experience In thousands of case
successfully treated. Full particulars, direc
tions for preparation an l use, ami advice and
Instructions for sucimsstul treatment at yosr
own home, will bs received by you by return
wlllly 107 Jefferson street Loulsvill
FUBNITLltB AT I'll BUG SALE.
On the 2"lh day of Februaiy, IiCh, beginning at
10 o'clock, a.m. and continuing from day to day,
the undersigned will sell at auction to the high
est bidder for cash at the rurnltura Factory ol
William Kichhon. southeast corner ot even
teeuih atreet and Washington aveuiie, ill Cairo,
Illinois, a large lot of furniture ol various klnss
and descriptions, consisting ol parlor sett, bed
room sec, bureaus, bedsteass, wasbstands,
wardropes, tables, bookcases, desks, slnluls,
what-mrts, cradles, looking glass, baby carria
ges, hatraost mstttvssea, kitchen safes, a large
assortment ot chain, dressing esses, etc.
JOHN G. WIliniER.
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Address II. O. Houghton A Co., UiversiUe
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Is hereby given to Joshua G. II ill' as adminis
trator de Ihiiiis mm of tbeestateof Hjsea Clark,
Uece,e.l. and Kilwin Hrainanl ot the pendency,
io the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bid in chancery to loreclose amort
gage, herin you, tnget er Willi Chuuncey N.
r-liiiuiian, Louisa N. nhipnian, Jos nil W.
Itrexil snd Charles Hdward Trscy, as lleceiv
ers ot'Uis Cairo and Yinoennes railroail, and tbe
Cairo and Vine mnea railroad company are de
tendanis, and Charles C. Holten, as Iteceiver of
ol "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant :and that the summons
in said cause is returnable on the tl rut dayol the
the January term, A. It. Ws, ol said Court to
be holden ut the Court House, in the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the llrst Monday of
said month. Dated Nov, ;th, l77.
JDllN A. KKKVK, Clerk ol said Court.
Samikl P. Wiikalkk, Solicitor olcompluiut.
is he.xby given that, by vinueof t decree of the
County Court of Alexander County iu the Mate
af ii'i,j ix'irel h Vovsiuljer term,
A. I). Is77. I, august Waterriieier, aJtii j'.ra
tor ol the Estate of Freilerick Watermeier, de
censed, wtll sell at public veu lie on the 21th
day ofDece, tiller, A. O. IS77, at the west door
ol the Court lloose in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Slate, at o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow's dower interest therein
for the payments of the debts of said Lstate ot
Frederick Watermeier, deceased, tbe lollowing
described property, to-wlt :
The south of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty -mx (:iu), town
ship, lltieen (15) south range twe ), west of
t ic ict principal meridian situate In said county
of Alexander and Mate of Illinois.
Terms oi Mis cah in hand upan approval
of saie and delivery of deed
Admlnistntor of the Estate ol Fi-cd Water
Dated Cai ro, Ills., Xjv 'Jlst, 1S77.
MOUTUAti EE'S SALE;.
Wiieiiia. On the first day of April, ls7u,
Kiuma C iinine and Robert 11. Canine, her hus
band, made, exesuted, acknowltdged, ami de
liverel, to Mrs. C'assie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassie Drips, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three ( I), in block No. iwenty-nin'e (-"') !n
Opdyke A Myer's a.Ulition, to the city ot Ches
ter, in the county of Uaudolph and state of llli
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
nussory notes exocuUsi by said Itoliert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, lsTti, loriwo hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, nine and lllteen
months, restiectively , from the dales thereof,
with ten percent, interest from, the dotes there
of; which taid mortgage was duly recorded
April b, IS7, the recorder's otlice lu said Ran
dolph county, In book No. oue (1) ot leases,
&c. on tinge -'.is : and
Wimixai, Said m.irtgaire pmvPes smong
Other Uiiugs for lb" sale, ov the sal 1 mort.'ag-e,
of sunt lot and all the right aud trinity in re
demption therein ol the said grantors, incase
ol default iu the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof; und
Wiikhiah, The time for the payment of the
said notes, and each of them has long since elud
ed, and there now remains dut on the last three
ot the above mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars und Uve cents pilCoo.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, Is7s, at
the 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 ofler said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in hand and on nuk
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and BiilUcietit deed therefor.
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