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CAIRO CITY BnTDEUT,
W- .4. .l' if ' '-v
City i Nataonal r Bzrl
Proprietor ... ,
BINDERS AND BtANK BdOX
" ' tLAHTjT A0TCRXH1. '
. Bulletin SnileMna-, Oor. Twelfth. Sbr
V ad Wm hiaVrtoa Atmm, . f,
CAIRO, HJJNOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 5, 1878.
fc":onnty and BallroadWorh especially
rnc Hours From 7:30 4.M. to 1.30
p.m.; Sunday from 7to.m.. Money
I rlr S-im a m . tn K-fUi m IT ..
.(1 : I Illinois Central B B
HIM. Central B K
Cairo A VlnerniMt
t'lro, Arkansas A
Trias R R Dally.
Ohlt River Route
Daily exo't Monday
Mint. River Rout
Cp, 8nn. To, Frt.
Down.Tu Tho at.
Wdy A Saturday
O. W. McKjujo, P. M
ST. L0TJIS.IR0N MOTJNTAli
; & SOUTHERN B. B
' ;TPTTvm oAiii
IXprea leave Calrodally 0l p '
tx press arrive at Cairo dally ..4:00 wi.
tonomoiodaUon leave Cairo daily...! :00a.m.
lonomoihtftoa arrives daily (exc
Ji.niUv................... w 11 m n
JAIRO & VTNCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
TO EVANS VILLE,
47 Miles the Shortest to
mm. mmi mimi
34 Miles the Shortest to
hhiy&i f&iij&L h Tori
-AND r '
rUX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN OF '
ALL OTHER ROADS
taking Same Connections,
t'asat.nger by other routes to make
Connection must rid all night wait
in from On to Six Hour at
mail country etattiona for
trail1 of conoormc road.
asmember that fact and take ear
6:03 a. m. Traiireaohing .
.T;;:rle, Isdi&n&pclis. GisrimtUrcM.
Trtim leave tDd arrive at Cairo. a follow
(ail 0eaea.... ...... 6A4 a. m
Sited 7:30p. m.
rfaii arrive ,;. ......lBrt p. lu.
iied ;. m.
fh rough ticket and Checks to all Important
r. a. KiLLEa, H-t-Moiaiix,
Utl' Pasa Ag'l. OeMralSun
L. B. CHURCH.
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
niE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
TO " - ;
A lib direct Connection i or
mmmi tin mi im
Traveler ,.elrinij a"
SPEKOY, PLRASANT and, COMFOET-
ABLE TRIP. . . ;
Should remember thattho
LBALTIMORE .& OHIO RAILROAD"
celebrated lor It ; ,
ileirant Coicb, SplenJU Hotel, Grand
amliieiutirul Mountaia end Valley
Hcneiy, and tbb many point
HItorlcal Interett Alonf
: lu Line. .
kFar wiU ALWAYS be u 10W
" m by any her tlat. '. :
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Run Ttroa t "' : H'
WITHOUT CHANOB ; ,
Between;tbe.mnelpal ;! ,
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through ticket, baenee check.
movement of train, deeping oar accon
noaniionn, em., eta., apply atucket omee
It a.( pnocipai pomii, .
VO&TH, BOTJTH, EAST or WEST
Doney, , L. M. Cole
i't Ucn.TlaketAii. Oea. Ticket Art1
' . P. Barry, Tkoi. It. Sharp,
. Airt. Maater of Tmnait'a
' NOTICE. ' '
Walter Byalop, treworer, rs. Georire W. Cocr
ran. Aaiumpsu wiid iiacnment.
Publie nolle it bsr.br ln to th. aald
Qtorn VV. Cochran that a writ of attachment
-iuuwl out nf th olOoa of ih. clerk of Alexandrr
county circuit conn, dited th aerh day of Da
MmVur. A. D . 1877. at th Bait of In aald Wal.
ur Hrnkp, freaaunr, and acalnatjhfUkteof
in. laid urarir n 1n.iw, hukm i in
tb.rlffof Alcxandtr connty, which aald writ
Bm been retttHMd MtcaMl. KoW, UiatMfor.
nnlm you. the laid (leorg. W. Cochran, haU
pnroonally be, and appear befert file Bald Alas
tader county circuit coeurt pa or before tb flrat
day of the neit term ibere, tA hoWanat lb.
court hou, In the city of Calri, on the flr.t
Monday of Janna y, A P.. 178, Kir tpcelal
bail, and nlea to th. raid nUlntura action . Judf-
went hll b entend araln.t y u, and to much
of th popery attached e aaay aw uci.t
aatlify th aaM judieaeat attd ooal WIU be ield
10 Minn in c, i
RtEN A UILfcERT. JOIN A. UITL
AtfytforpUlnUf, , , i i ClfoBUOek.
ABK to rceoTertd
uffrrNr, ?letim et
flryw aad ague, th
BfeurUJ dlwaeed pa-
tfent, how they ratoT
plrltt, and good ap
prUt tbey Will Hi
mon' Uver P(r-
THE OUSAPEiT, ASD Btal f AilLY MKD-
laS "Wl UK WORLD. ' -
ForDTSPEPIIA.COKSTI PATION.Jaudlf e .
.Uluua atUo.. 610KUh.AUAl.liE, Colic, Or
prmaion of bpinla, Uut'K Sl'OUACU, Ueart
inn, L ic.
ib. QiiriraiiMi eouiicra Bnnady is war-
raniel nut ttt eontaiu a -arUcJ of Usraury,
o nay liijuiloa autwuno. but la . '
eantainln Ihoae anutberurootaand haiba which
aa all wu Protklaoce baa plaoad in couutrb
wbm Liwt Diwaat prcT-ll. Il will cur ail
dlauset cauactl by uerangemeut oi tt
ami baacla. 1
Th iymptom of Llrer CompUint r a bit
car or bad uiu la th mouth i t'alo In th. back.
aid or Julnts, o(vn niutakn-ior mauma
lm aour ttoiuai'b, loa ot appatiU. boU
aluirnaicly cnatir and lax aoilacb, Iom oi
mnuin with a nainltil aenMtion of havinir
Oils l i do omtttiln which ougbt to bav
bean don debility, low apirila, a toica yel
low t.Aaraoc of the akin and eyca, a dry
couirh ortan miatalun for oeiuniitloa.
eom. iUK. nianrol then Birmuioni. aiwnn
tb iim, at uUur Terr few, but lh liver, Uu
larreat orxao in the body, btenerally the Beat
of diaeaaee and If not rcgulatwl in time, grrat
BuOerUg, wrelcbtdnMn and UK ATM wl.l ea
I can recommend aa an eflJcadoni remedy for
dinu)aot U Llvw, Hoartburn and lTPui,
Hiininow Liver Ut-gclator. Lawi Wdxdbu,
17M lifter atrcct. AaulaUnt Po.uuaatr, AUU-
"Wehavetntoilltiivlrtnva, pereonally, and
ow that for Ineueeil. Bilioaancaa axl
llirob'ilQir MuvlarliF it Is the neat medicine the
world ere ev. We have trinl furty oi her
rvnicdic bct'nre Amnions" Livtr liltor.
but none of ibun rav ua more tbua temporary
relief; but tha luyuU'or not only retirr-!
Duicureu us.' 1A. A ixaoaAn ab
cai, Macon. Oa.
- . )
Kothin. is to nnnltauiant. aoUiltta so Oinunoo
aa bail brveth, and i nearly .Very caae It ounin
I rum the atomach. and eau be u aaUy correct
! if you will uk Biinraon' Uvr bgulatnr,
uo not neglect ao sure a remeay tor tuie re
puWlT di.ordrr. It will mitt iuiproe yourj
Appetive, aoinpiexion, ana jaerai ttenitn .
This d it beating .miction occur. mot fre-
qoently. 'I be uistnrbano of lb ionach,
ari.ing from imrwrfcoUy digvelnd conleuu.
eaanea a aerera naio In thi bead, accompanied
with dtaagreniN naruea, and tbla couimib
what 1 poutilaily known aa sick iiendaebc. t or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain four medical element, never
found in th urn nappy proportion In any
other preparation, via: a rentle Calhartin. a
powerful lonio, n unexcrpUrnabl altcreitve
and a eeruin corrective oi an impuritiea oi
be body, buchilgnal uocea h4 attended it.
uu t.at It i now regarded aa Iht
,Aaa liemcdy in
MVLARIOUS FEVER. BO El. fOM
ftAlNTS. UySPKP-IA. MENTAL DEPH"
BICN, HK1TLkSSNKH, JAUSU1CE, HL
8E SICK II KAI MJHK. CO'lC, CONdllf
ATIO.N aad BI .lOL'S.NK.tS
11 ilASMJ tVOALr.
Armad with thla ANTIDOTE, all changes of
.llmatc and water and fond may b faced, with
out fear. Abb Kenway m mauabhu a
rKVKRS. HO VtL CUMPLA1S1S. Kt4I-
L38NKs8, JAUSOIOK, NAUSEA,
MKCrACTCKKB OWLT BT
J. H ZaILEN,
Price 1.00. Sold by all DruggCw.
E. F. K anker" Bitter Wine of Iron
Theercatau reel and d.lightof th ne.ul.
la (adaotblng of lb kind ha aver been offerud
to th American prop! which ha ao quickly
found It. w iatoihelr good faroraad bemy
aoproral at K. t. Kualw't Bitier Win of Iron.
It doe i I It propoaea, aao tans give umver, a
aatle fiction. Itia cuarantetd to cur the worst
canea ofdypep' or Indlgwtion, kidney or
liver diMtae, weakaasa, nrTotnaes, coo.tlpa
tion, acidity of lb Btomach, 4c. UeUn gen
uine. Only sold in 1 bottle. Depot and nf
Oca. ri North Ninth strict, Philadelphia. Ak
lor Kunkai't and tak ao other. Sold by all drag:
Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia- Dyspepsia-
K. P. Kuakel's Bitter W in. of Iron is a lure cure
for this disease. It ha been prescribed daily for
auny years in the practice oi eminent physicians
with nnnaralleled iucmsl Fvmntoms are lo I nf
appetite, wind and riaingoffnod.dryn-sin mouth,
headitch., diuiocH, sietplesmns aad low spirirv
Oct the genuine. Not sold ia bulk, only in II bot
tle.: hold by all drugeiilt. Ak for K. F . han
sel's Bitter Wine of Iron and uk no other. II
per bottle, or ui botilei for $5, All 1 atk U a trial
oi tnia vaiiume HMtuvin. A uuu win convince
you at oac.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
E F. Dunkel's Worm Syrarj never falls to
remove all kinds of Worm. Seat, pin and
S'omacri Worm are readily removed by Kun
kel't Worm Syrup ' Dr. Rank' I la the only
stti-eessful phi siciaa la tbit ocuntry that can
remove lap orm in trom two to lour noun.
H. knis fe. until head ana all Dasws alive aad
lo this nace ot time. Common lenac teaches
if Taix V orm can b removed, all other Worm
can re.diiy ne removed. Ait your amvKiai inr
a bottle at Kunkel'i Worm Hrrup. Price el. (if)
per bottle. It never fails or send to the do'tor
fur circular. No. Hi North Ninth Hi., I'liiladeN
bia. Advice free,. ,
II apploBBor Miveirr. this! Is ttt
: iwa i
Dr. W. E. Hoyt ol 25 yeari suooeml
practice guaianteea epeedv and potuiun-
ent cure ol all Chronic. Scrofulous, lrl-
vate, 8ypbiletlo and Female Dlteaaeg,
Spermaterrhcea, or sell-abufo. at Mb
Medical lDitttute, A (fan & Cheney Block,
opposite the City Hall 1'nrk, Syracuse,
N. Y. Medicine sent to all parte oi tbo
U. 8. and Canada. Don't be dect'ired by
advertlslnf qntcks who throng our largo
oltte i. but eoniult Dr. Ooyt or fend for
circular treating' oh bis specialities to his
V, U. SOX '19.
Ladies -My arreal llouid French
remedy, Amle l Femme, or Female
Friend. Is unfaillnar in the euro of nil
painful and dangerous diseases ot your
ex.. . It moderates all exceeoe, anu
brink's on the monthly period with regu
larlty. In all nervoug and spinal aflec-
tlons, pains In Ibe back or limns, neavi
ness, tatlgue on gllght exertion, palpita
tion ot the heart, lowneu of spirit, hy
steric, sick headache, whites, and all
painful diseases occasioned by a disorder
ed system It effeets a onre when all other
means rail. Prte $2.00 per bottle, sent
by mall. Dr. W. . Hoyt, Box 276,
Syracuse. N. Y.; , ; 1 .
" J SHERIFF'S SALE.
- By virtue of two fe bill to m dlreetcd, by
th clerk of th supreme court southern grand
division at Mount Vernon, tn th sine nf Illi
nois, in favor of John 0, Abrcght ct alt. and
Bgalnat Jasoa B. Smith et all., I bay levied
upon tn touowingdeaorihod property, to-wit
Lot fourteen (it) ia block eleven (till lotstwen
tT-U , Jwaty-vn (W) aad twenty.
eight ('28). in Bloek rnty two (72) 1 1U thirty
one i aad thirty-two In block twenty.sli
(ia). AH tb above daerlbd property is sltU'
ared Intb of Calm, eoontv or Alexa d.r
and state of Illinois, wM-h I shall orTer for aal
at public veadue at th front, or west aoor of
iheoourthouee.ln th elty of Cairo, county of
Alexander and Stat of iillaott, on the list any
igja. as 10 o'd(
I'cioek a.tn.. lt4
.llL, Ilthiar o( Jstmary. A.D irs.
, .. rXTEHlAUr.SbnlaT.
I thongbttoworktbrHtm. "Master," I aald.
Heboid hOW WiiiAths Haf.la mmA t. a mnrJt m-mA
How taw to now Vap Th .u mil tl. '-'
Oh bid m go I"
"Kotttaj my child, th task iSwuio SitSf-
"Thon M-t, Lord, how white th harratt bend,
now worn Hi reaper, are. Tli eW y axatwda
t ot b.lp, mortt bvlp to garner up th grain
Hare am 1, Lord, aead ni." , ,
.iitul la.M l
Tb Master aaltb, "Let other Mod the nhaav w."
"Thy lamhi, dear Lord, are itraylnr from th told,i'
TUffr rrt aresiiuubilugo'arilw auiiUuikoaiaV.
Far in the night 1 bear their plteotM cry
Let mrHn back th. wandert-r. ere they die."
.No. OUmc tuuida muM load ttaam aoni again.
"rarMa-ter.dntt thon seeth bitter tear
The in)unieiud f Tlirougb all the long aad year
Tlwlr walla awwrnl WUl tho not bid ua a
ynr hand ahall wlp aacb nwmrir' Un ewayt" "
"My cUUd, 1 know their griala, aad 1 will Ual.
"Tie not for ttiM) to sow the deathleas seed.
Nor mm to bind trw .bean ; iKir Uiln. w load
we iun lajuu. uiicK into ttietr roia again
Nor yet to aooth the li wrt tore cruahed with pain.
I or tbee, my child. aauUiar taak ia aeu" .
And then fie led me to my darkened room,
An-i thero amid the alienee and ihe gluoui.
My taak A found.
. . . Bnt I am well content
To bear the pain and weakneea H haih aeut,
itejolMeJ that 1 uuu auOar for ilia aag e.
The Future of Farmlus.
&i the Valmont Anniversarj' Grange
mtHiting JadQ IIonicl read the annuiil
atltlrcsis to the Xatitinal Grange meeting
and it wad noticeablo bow much it dwelt
on the intellectual, niond and social im-
frovement of tlio meincrs of the order,
t reminded w of Prof. Swing's tribute
to the future of firming tittered in a
recent discourse, as followg:
According to ull the poets, and even
philosophers, the tiosMcs-ion and culture
of land has always been an ideal destiny,
nencver Homer or Ovid or tho modern
verse-makers have touched the farm, their
harps have waked up as under a new in
spiration, riow, the poets have never bee
behind humanity, but always have been
ruarelung; lar in lront ot their nations,
ringing songs w lufty aa to be prophesies,
so the poetu who have touched tho plow
and the sheaf and tho cottage and the
vine, have been prophets harping out the
glory of subsequent centuries. It may be
that our times arc drawing near the fulfill
ment of thew Sibylline leaves, and that
the time is at hand when a farm on the
MihsiKiippi or Lt l'latte, or in tho
perpetual spring of Florida will be
ait noble as a law office or a clerkship, or
an intercut in a commercial house. In
deed, thi coming farm in its power to
take young men away lroia temptation
and to build up happiness and honor will
rival the pulpit itself as a public means
of reform. Indeed, the new fiwhion
ttiat snail make young men place their
small or large capital ia land will come to
our sinful society ia all tho benuficience
of a gospel. The railway and telegraph
have terminated the isolation and solitude
of the agricultural rife t have joined the
good of the city to the country's pure
air and isolation and peace.
- That ideal farm is coming along 1 Our
labor troubles, our over-supplied pro
fessions, our idle lawyers and doctors and
preachers, our book-keepers with no
books to keep, our teachers with no
school-house, our politician with no nom
ination or election, our banks with no
capital or integrity, all these ills of so
ciety will make it look out and see tho
blessed land which made Anlaeus a giant
while he kept his feet well upon this
mother earth. It may be that whilo so
ciety is . trying to change its fashion, is
halting between two opinions, is ohuging
to the dead old and fearing tho living
new, ills will coma and loud complaint
such as filled the ship of Columbus when
the waste of waters lay around, but let
us bices God that our sailing millions can
look out from the present and seo a
continent whose hills und prairies shout a
This is what the .Awiertcaii Regktet
tells . the Parihiaus, perverted by . the
libels of " L'Oncle Sam : " " Your true
American girl is a very charming being.
Like all creatures reared in trocdom, she
possesses an untaught grace and vigor of
mind aa well as of body.; She is no help
less puppet, as is her European proto
type, pulled about by hidden wires, and
kept perpetually ia a box. . Bred amid
the healthful atmosphere of a social sys
tem of exceptional purity, respected hon
ored and guarded trom baby hood by the
chivalrous natures that surround .her the
learns to think and act aright., -It is
well nigh impossible to over-esUmaic her
influence on our social system;' Reared
at her side the American youth grows u
with an instinctive reverence - for, an
desire to protect, helpless innocence and
maidenly purity. 1 ho salons to which
she lends , the charm of her winning
graces and youthful sweetness are more
potent for good than were the salons of
Ilocamler or Do j?tael, ' ; The love that
she inspires is a young man's best shield
against temptation. She docs not her
self understand, the smiling maiden,
what good she has dono and is doing
every day. Yet her white imago has
waved back many a youth from the
pathway of temptation, her clear eyes
lent light to the comprehension of bet
ter things." ' ; .. ,,". "."J '
Railroad Caki (fine). Creom two
largo tablospoonfuls of butter, free from
salt; with, two cupfuls of sand sugar;
when light, sdd one cupful of new milk
and the yolk of three eggs. Into three
cupsful of sifted floor rub thoroughly a
teaspoonful of cream of tartar ; dissolve
in small quantity of. water; half a tea
spoonftd of ioda, and add to tho batter,
beat the whites of th until light,
add to the cake,; ltersateif with the
flow, lfrk is peas as &r jelly caie.: .
l'.v.V,,4.r.-4;(, ?!!(. .tJVV.:
A iv d woudetml 1neotlon fur'
awtiaj, . WutM It oaxls j Uatv lAn,
soap lor washing anylhiag ; washes in one
third of the times waue In bard or soft,
hot or cold water) the only preparation
arir Inverted that will prevent woolena
trom snrtnk'Dx; worth four, tiaie It price
lor washln; tvooleat alone., j.
Mrs. Hery Ward Beecher
recommend It to all houaekeepers, says:
"Tbey will rejoice both lor economy' lake
aad the isftey ol Ueir clothing, and that it
can no mora injure clothing or hand than
eotrimon warm water." t . r t . t
' ' scABtrur A jonssokf
- -y il PlaU trw ew York.
' IdTBircluy Bros, will gupply trade in
Tb DllTereiseo. .... ,
The ordinary Porou Platter, on account
yt It pooullar mechtnicM action, Is ester tu
ft an article ot merit: but Benson's Capcine
f srou Planter 1 considered an article of
ixuaoralnary merIL It La. . tho aame
mechanical action, and, in addition, poa
iee medicinal qualities otaremarkaM
Cature, which cauaes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
other Porous Plasters will not even relieve
For Hbeumatlim, Lame an Weak Buck, Spina
Diavaae, Crick ia til. Uack, Kidney liwao.
Sprains and ilruines, Severe 1'ain. and Stitches
Weakucas of tb. Bdck, .to.
Iht manulacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received the Highest Medal at th Centennial.
It Is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
aualitieH attracted toe attention ot tbe On
tcnuiid Jurron and thousands of physicians
who visited the Centenui.il, who pronounc
ed it the best remeoy ever invented for tbo
fjove aliment. Sold jy all Druggists.
Price, S3 cents. ..
Iki? Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
In pursuance of a judgment of McCracken Com
mon Pleas Court . render..! al iu dcptcoilKr Tern
lo77, in the action ot J, H. TirrtU's AdminUtn
tor.pLiiniia against J. U. Terrell's hein, etc., oe
IcndanU, 1 will oa
HON DAY. JANUARY tb, 1ST,
(Being County Court day), at the Couit IIouk
door in Blandvilia, K.y., Mil to the highest bidder,
on a credit of . 12, 18 and J t months, lb. following
described propery, vis ;
Front lou .Noi. 3 4, and 6, frsnting on th. Mii
siuippi river ; Lot No- 8, containinft 10 acres; Lot
No. 4, containing M acm, and Lot .No. a, contain
ing li acres lying in the town of Fillmore, at Ihe
t.rmiuums of the N U. pi. L. L. and Chicago
lUliroad, opposite Ciiro, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. 2, which ii tubdivided into two luta, the one
containing il8 acres, the other containing. IHS
acre, th. whole lying in the Peter bheppard sur
vey in Uallard County, Keatucky, which was di
vided into the lots aforesaid by W. II. Reeves,
Commissioner of thia court, and for a more partic
ular description of the lots aforesaid reference is
here made to the F'atof Division on file in this case.
Also the following trai ts of land, viz: Lying in
Ballard County, near 1'idfcon's Old Mill, being
the land sold by J. U, Terrell to William l'idgeos
and bought baek by I . 11 Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchase money Lying on the watcnr
of bhawnee creek, beginning at a stake a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum pointers north
cast corner, thence north b7 0 west 147 volet to a
white oik with sweet gum, white uak and ash point
ers, corner with 1 nomas Barlow, thence north 109
poles to a stake wnn nickory, small Cluck gum sap
iinp standing as pointeis on east bank of a Draiich
corner mud. ti. aerreu s lana, ineoc. sou in HI"
eaiti4SA poles toa stake with two whit oaks as
imers, comer J IL Tertl's Und, thence K'J
U. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
Col. John Harms, the same bas been ividcd into
two low os. a.z, by the Commissi. .ncralbre
soid, wMch report ol" division is oa file and her
referred to. 'ih. purchaser will b. required to give
bond with good security, bearing interest trom
rUy of sale, baving force of replevin bond on which
execution in ay issu. when due ,
Tnis 3rd day of December, 1S7S.
G.W.Maiuhaix, I I. l. Wilcox,
C. 8 RkKvss, W, H. Rkbvm,
Attorneys. Gommi ssio
NOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Slat of Illinois, Alexander county. Estate of
Daniel H. Phillips, ileoeaaed.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 11th
day of March. . A. t ls'a, the Undersigned ad
ministr tr de bonis nun of sidei)ta o will pre
sent to the couniv court of Alexaader oountv at
the courthouse in Cairo, Illinois, at a teim there
of to bs bolden, his final ret ort of his acts and
doings as administrator dc bonis non, and ask
tb oourt to bediacharged from any a nd sll fur
ther duties and responsibilities connm-iH Willi
laid estate, and hi. administration thereof, t
which time and place such persons a arc inter
ested tuny be prcaent ami resist such applicaUon,
if they choose so to do.
BYRON F. BLAKE,
AdmirWjiratoi de bonis non.
Cairo. 111., Feb. S, lovs. i-Uw4t
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Ettte of Illinois, Alexander ciunty. (s. Estate
of Daniel Lampert, deceased.
rouce ii hereby given tirsi on Monday, the Utb
day ol March, A 1. 1S78, tbe underaigned ail
miaiHtratrix of said stat will vrvsent lo the
county court of 'aid Alexaader county, at tb
courthouse in Cairn, Illinois, at a term thereof
th' a to be holden, her final report nf her acts and
doings as administratrix , and ask the court to b
discharged Iroru-nny ami all further duties snd
responsibilities connected with sa d state, aad
her administration tnereof, st which time snd
placemen iiersons al arc Interested may be pres
ent snd resist SUM application if theychons go
to do. . MAUGAUE1' LAMPr.KT.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 1, 137a. i-14ir4t
FURXITUBS IT PUBLIC SALE.
On th 20th day of February, 1878. beginning at
10 o'clock, a.m. and continuing frnm day to day,
the undersigned will sell at auiiloo 10 til b'gi -est
bidder for cash at the furniture Factory ot
William Eicbhnff south-ast corner oi evtn
teenth street and Washington avenue, in Clro,
Illinois, a l'g. lot of furniuir ol various kind
snd descriptions, ennsisting ol parlor sets, bed
room sou. bureaus, lielsteaus, wash-tsnds,
waidropes, tables, bookcases, desks, ssns,
what-nots, orad es, looking glsssc, baby carria
ge,, batrac s msttrrssca, kitcben safes, a large
assortment ol chairs, dressing rsfet. itc.
. . J-ETkR SAUP,
g-Rtd - Sheriff.
MASTER'S BALK. ,
Stale of Illlnoli, county ol Aleiaader. ta,
In the Alexander county circuit court, , ,
Hugh Callahan vs. John Devi.
Bill of loreolosur snd for relief, etc
Amount of derre rendered Jun. . U78, 1475 SO
Inwrest fiom January 4, 178. at six per . ,
cent t cost ofsuit, la:ludlngsolil.i i
tor fee of S5" M Jo
Publie notice I hereby give that la pursuance
of a ilscre rendered in Bald court In ihe above
entitled cause stth special lleccmber term A D.
1877. 1, John Q. liartuan, Master in Chancery of
said county, will, on Friday, th
, Kid PAY OF FEBRUARY A.D. 1171, r
at tb hour of 10 o'clock a.m., sell at public
vendue to tb highest bidder for cash, at tbs
front door of tbecouxihous. In the city of Cairo,
in said county and Mat, th following described
real eilate in th city of Cairo, couuty of All X
andcr, and sut of Illinois, to-wit t llfiyleet
oft7 of the front end of lot numbered twenty-on
fil), twenty-two (), twentv-thre and
twenty-lour (U), in block, flfljr-two (IW), being
on of the and that fronts on Wslnut ilreet, i
said city, making a piece on. hundred feet oa
Walnut atraet, and ttltT Oet on Seventh street,
together with th privilege sad appurtenance
thereunto belonging or in any wis thereto ppr-
" JOHN Q. HARMAN,
S. F. WaxBLtn. Masts in Chanosry.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., Jan SO, IS78. 1-Sltd
NOTICR OF API'UCATION FOR PARDON.
Notion la hereby glvca that spplleatloa will be
msd in du course of time to His Eioellnoy,
Shelby M. Culiom. governor! th Stal ,f Ilfl-
aoU, for the par of Day rfonaaott (oalnt
cl),coavtcidatthMy turn of h Alexsadar
county elrealt court oa a charg of larceny and
(ataaosd to thrreyrar In the BMilWatlary,
Cairo. UU . D0. 10, IH77. "'
'- Each number contain thirty-two page of
read! g matter, many Ho wood cut llluatratioaa
nd on colored plat. A beautiful snleo mag.
axin, ptioud ou elegant paper, and full of u
furdiatioa. In Eagiisb and oermao. Yiwt tl si
Vick'i Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50 cent
In piper cover, laelegantclothcover.ai.
Vlck's laulogualuw illustrations, only two
cenu. Address, Janie Vlck. Mocheeter. N. V.
t'..l- TIP.. .4.-1 .j IL.- -J n . i ? 1
Seventy-Ore pages, 300 Illustrations, with dV
sc iptlon.of tbou-and. of 'be beat vegetable ad
Sowers in Ih World, snd tb way to grow lueW,
il fur a two cent postage stamp. Printed iu
Carman and English.
' Viox' Slower and Vegetable Garden, Co cents
in piper cover In .leganl cloth cov.rs, tl.
Vitk's Illustrated Mb lily Magaxin-Sl p,irM,
fine illustration and colored plates la vry
number. Price f I a year Ore copies for ti. ,
AuUrsji, Jaxuca Vick. ltocu.ster, N.Y.
' -Tuk'B Flower aZTVtietMbU g-uZ."
ta Ihf- moat beauuU- work of the kind In th
world. It contains nearly 160 pages, hundred
of line illustrations, snd six chiuino puues beau
tifully drawn ml colored from nature. Price JO
cents In paper covers, 1 1 In elotu. Printed In
German snd Englieh.
Vlck's Catalogue, W IlliHtrntinns, only 2etx.
. Addreei, James VUk, ItocUasbr, .N. V.
Flowtrand Vegetable Sui:
Are planted by a million people in America
Se Vlck's Catalogue J.KI iltuairation, only 2
Vick's Plustrated Monthly Magazihe-Kpsees,
fine illustration and colored piste each aumbcr,
Price St a year. Five copies for JS.
Vick's Flower srd Vegftabic Garden, SO cent
in paper covers, with elegant clotb covers tl.
All my publications are printed in English
and (ierman. Addre'e .'slur's Visk,
l-3lif Rochester, N. Y.
Is hereby given to JooIiim (. Hull aa adminls
IruUir dc bunts nun ol tbeotateof llosea Clark,
demeaned, and Edwin llrainanl of the pendeucy,
in the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to turecloee a mort
gage, wherein you, toget crwuh Chauocey N.
shiumun, Louisa N. sliitnuia. Jo i.h Yi.
Drexcl aad Charles Edward 1 racy, as keiv
ere of the Cairo and Viuceones railroad, and tne
Cairo and Viucmnts rail roa 1 company are de
lendants, and Cbarlea C. Holteu, as Receiver of
at "the Mutu.l l.ii'o Insurance Cuuipsuy" of
Chicago, iacornplainaut : and that tin-summon
in sal. i cause is returnable on tue first day oi the
the January term, A. D. 17, ol aaid Court to
be holden at Ike Court House, in the city of
Cairo, in said connty, on tbe first Monday of
said mouth. Dated Nov. 27th, 1S77.
JOHN A. RKEVa. Clerk of said Court.
Samusi, P. WuaxLKa, Solicitor of complaint.
is hereby given that, by virueuf a decree of the
County Court of Alexander Couuty in lh Mate
if lilire'.i,; ixlirri i!i he kovsiuber term,
A. D. IS77. I, august Waterrneier, aaiiiati'xa
tor of the Estate of Frederick Wateriueier, de
ceased, wtll sell at public ven u on the !4th
day of Deccnber, A. D. 1877. at t lie west door
ol the Court House in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and State, at it o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow's dower Interest therein
for the payment of tbo debts of said Estate ot
Fred rick Wateimeier, decease, the toliowiug
described property, to-wit l
Iho south X ot northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six ( W), town
ship, green (IA) south range twr (J), west of
t ic ord priucipul mer dlau situate lusaid county
oi Aiexauaer anu atatoot Illinois.
Term oi Hale-Caah in baud upon approval
Of saJe and deliver v of deed
AUI.UBT WATERMEIF R,
Administrator of the fcatata or i red Water-
Puled Cairo, Ills., Nit glst,l7T.
Whbrias, Ua the first day of April, 1870,
Emma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her bus
band, made, exesutetl, scknowudgedand de
liver 1, to Mrs, Casaie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassia Drips, a certain sal mortgage on lot
No. three (J), la block No. tweniy-uiue (i) ia
Opdyke a llyer'e audition, to tbe city ol Ches
ter, ia the couuty of Randolph and Sut of lili
nois. to secure the ptiyiueni of lour certain pro
missory note executed by said Rubert 11. Can
ine, dated April 1, U76, for two hundred dollar!
each, payable In three, six, nine and Hi teen
months, respectively , from th date, thereof,
with ten percent, interest from ihe dotes there
of ; which said mortgage wa only recorded
April e. ISTti, the recrrdrr'a ofllc in said Ran
dolph county, In book No. oua (1) ot leases,
Aeon pageSss rand
WnaHSAH, Said mortgage provi lea among
Other things fur the sal, br the said mortgagee,
of said lot and all the rignt and equity of re
demption therein of tbo said grantors, incase
ot tlefiiuli in the payment of the said notes or
any art then. in'; ami
nHHHBAS. rue time lor tue unviu.mt or tin,
aaid notea.and each of tbetn has long ainor elaps
ed, aud there now reiuiiua du on ibe last thiae
otihe above mentioned note, theiumofalx hun
dred ami fourteen dollars and live cent (SlCuo.)
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, th 11th day of January, IS7S, at
the door of the court hous In aaid uity of Chester
at the hour oi two o'clock p.m. of aaid day, the
undersigned will ofler said uremises lor saleto
the hlsheal bidder for cash iu band and on mall
I n IT mild sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good aud lutilcient deed therefor,
C ASM IK Dill rs,
Formerly Casai William
FITS EP1LESY .
Ptrmanently cured no humbug dv ont
month' usage of Dr. Goulard' Celebrat
ed Fit Powder. To oonvinee sufferers
that these powder will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mall, post
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
tbe only pbyalulan that baa ever made thi
disease a special ttudy, and a to our
Knowieuge tnouianas have been perma
nently cured by the tue of these powd jr,
wa will gaarantee a permanent cure ir
every case, or relund yon all money ex
pended. All tutferers should give these
Powder an early trial, aud be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large beg, S3, or 4 ho ins ioi
10. ent by. mall to any part ot L'l.lted
State or Canada on receipt of price, ot by
express, C. O. D. Address,''
ABU St OBBLna .
" 1 800 Fulton Hireet. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Is not easily earned ta this
times, but it csn be mail in
thre month by any one nt
aitiier sex in any part ol the
country who la willing to work
steadily at th employment w
furnish. a week in yenr
own town.' Ton need not be
away from horn after night. Yon csn giv
yoar sole time to the work, or only your spar
moment.. Wuv agents who ar making
over j; per dev. All wboengsg atenc ean
make money fast. At t.i upwuiiI tim money
ean not be made so easily rod rapidly at any
other business, it costs nothing to try th
business. Term and 5 outfit free. Addres
tone, H. liALLKTT A CO. I'ort'a-d. M.
v Consumption, that scourg. of humanity, I
ihe great dread ol the human family, ia all civil
ed eoontrie. 1 . ,
. I feal confident that I am la posaesaioa of the
onlysur, Inralllbl remedy-now known ta
h proswsioalor the speedy, positive aura el
hal tlreavl dlsaass, and Us unwelcome osacom
itants, vin Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debility, etc.eb). 1 am old fogy. I be.
Hove tn medlolu. Tweoly-elght year expo
rleoesssabusy praotlllouer Ui th best con
ntniitlon hospital In th old and new world,
has taught me th valu of priper modlea turn
both local and constitutions! In Ihe out of ihl
grant annmy of our raos . I have found It Rut
f are dlgtwleg. I started it tho
aflarlng with consumption or any ef the above
fnaladlM, that by addressing m. giving tymp
turns, they ahall b put ta xMslm jotbie
groat boon, without charg, and ahall nave th
ben.fiiof my enpsrleae In Ihatiaand ef ess
tnocaasfully trsatsd. rull parllculaM, .direc
tion for preparation and use, and advloe and
I r traction tat atwMil tmtsMal at yoar
owahcwUllairaoslved by yoa by return
V wkwMlw) rt ' - - " LAulaV!
, ,.. ,.',,'-i4'';rim .i.v.iv ..i,.H ...it;,
Ar Mt advntlied as "cure-alls," but ar specif
lei in in diieases lor which they art racam
mended. NATURAL 8ELFCTIOW.
Ismibjainrs of astural scl.nc hav demon.
SUated bayond controversy, thai ihrouihoui Ih.
animal kingdom th. "turvlval ol th. fines!" is the
only law ihat vouchsafe thrift and pernetiuiy.
Doei not the lam. principle govern the commercial
prosperity ol manT An m erior cannot supercede a
superior anicU. By leasnn of superior merit, u,
llerre'a (tundard Medicine, have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In the United States aton ex
eeeds on million dollars per annum, while the
amount eiported loou up lo several hundred thou,
sand more . No busiaeis could grow to tuch tlmn
rc proportion and cast ns r ToUn
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-clcanslng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogu, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical. Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of its alterative propei ties, cures diseases
Of the Bloooand Skin, as Sjrofula, or King's Evil i
Tumor. Llcrs, er Old Sores ; Blotchee; dimples;
snd Eruption. By virtue of US Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Luig AUcl'
tions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs;
anil Chruaic Laryngitis. Its CholalMgiie properties
reader itanunequalcd remedy tor Biliousness; Tor-.
pid Liver, or "Uver Complaint;'1 aad iu Tonic
properties nuke il equally efficacious in curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsia.
Where the skin is sallow and covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there art scrotulous af
lections and swellings, a few bollles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will effect an entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of ikin,
or yellowiih brown spot, on face or body, frequunl
headache or dizziness bad last, in mouth, Internal
heat or chills alternated with hoi flushes, low spirits
snd gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
longns coated, you are suffering Irora Torpid Liver
or "Uiliuusncss." In many cases of "Liver Com
plaint," only part of these symptom, art exper
ienced, Asa remedy fur all su.h cases. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects
erfeet cures, leaving th. liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No Care IteQulred
while Using them.
Th. "Little Glsnt" Csthsrtlc, or Mt'LTl'M IN
PARVO l'UYSIU, scarcely larger uiaa mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coated Ihey remove th.
necessity ol tak ng ihe great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pilii, heretofore io much in us..
As a remedy fur Headache, Diuinci., Rush ef
Blood to the Head, Tightness about the Chest, Bad
i aste ia in asuui. itMuuiia front in qui in,
liiiim. Attack, Jaundice, Fain ia the Kidaeys,
Uriae, awl Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce 'l Pleasant Puraalive I'elleu ra tin.urr.4.. A
rurthermorc, 1 would say that their action is uni-
venai, mn n xiaiHi e-eaping tneirscnslllve Impress.
Age doe. not impair the properties ol I Set Pellets.
'1 hey are sugar-coated and inclosed ia us bstties,
their virtues thereby bainz
for any length of time, so that they are always Ireih
and reliable. This is not th. case with those pill,
which sre put up In cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The dally ute of two I'.llets has cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula. Tetter, Ball-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils. Blotches, riraplu, (tore Eye.,
ant) hri ptioni. They are, however, recommei ded
to n. taken ia connection witn tne UoJtlen Medical
iriscovery, in order to secure ibe best resulu.
The remedial manarement of thnsediseaiea
pwcullar ta women has allonlod a large xpeii
ence at the World's Dispeniary, of which Dr.
fierce is thecblefconstUtlng physician, in adapt
ing reatedie for their cur. J;r. l'ltrce's Fav
oiite Fmcriptiea 1 the result ol 'bit extended
experience, and has become justly oWcbratcd tor
Its many and remarkablecures of all those ohion
lo diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restoratir
Tonic to the entire system. It is a nervine ol un
surpassed efficacy, and, while It quiet nervous
Irritation, it strengthens the cnfieblid ntrvotts
syem, thereby restoring it to hoaltbfui vigor.
1 he lollowing a i leases are among those In w hich
lb Fuvorli I'reserlpllon has worked magic
cures, vis. Leucorrbuu, or "Whites," Ixccs
live Fit wing, I'siiiml Menstruation. Canaiural
lupprea-laua, Weak Baek, Prolapsus, er falling
rf us Uisrus. Ameveisi' n, Retroveislon, iiear
rng Down Mentation, Chronic Congestion, In
fiumraitlon snd UloaraUon ot th. L'lerui, Inter
nal Ileal, Nervous Depression, Debility, De
mandaov, and very many oilier chronic disease!
pecular to women, but not mentioned here.
Tbs following Lailles are a few of the many
thousands wh caa testily to th efficacy of Dr.
Ftirot' Favont Prescription, from xpeiituco
Mr Coruulia Allison, Paoita, Iowa, Mrs Tho
J Methvln. Ila'cher's Station, Us; Mrs T A S.y.
m ur, Rum., N T; Mrs Francis tiitawlrk, Vr
salles. Ohio MrtLemy Putnam, North Whir
ton, l's; Mis Mary A Ilunolt, Eulna Mo; Mrs
Mary A Krisble,- Lchmsa, Pat Mr D K Gill,
Chilllcoth, Ohio; Mr Harriet K Malone, West
Sprlnsfield, I'a; Mrs R Hlatt, Emporia. Kan;
MisaLouiss Pratt, lodg.vill, Mass; Mrs L A
Dafhleld. Norfolk, Vs ; Mr C Allison, Proctor,
Iowa ; Mrs J N Vernon, St. Thomat, flat ; Mr
$ 0 Moian, i.VI North Howard street, Baltimore,
Mil t Hi Lucy Caliman, Bametvllle, Ohio, Mrs
Nanot MCiaught, Jefferson, Iowa; Mrs L U
Htemrod, Frlrndchlp, N Y;Mlss Ellen Cady,
Westfitld, N Y J Mrs Anthony Amann, V.ron.,
N Y : Mrs B N Rook, Gmnd Rapids, Mlck Mrs
F ir Webb, Watertown, N Y. Thousands of ref
rrence san bs given at the World' Dispensary.
" "THE PEOPLE'S
Dr. R. V. Piaitce I th sol proprietor and
manufacturer af th foregoing renmlin., all of
which ar Sold by drugists. II ia also th
Author of th People's Common Sena Mediml
Adviser, a work f nearly on thousand par.,
with two hundreil and eighty-two WoM-enartv-
lugs awl colored plat, It aa already sol of
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRtCE (poet paid) $1 SO. ;
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HENRY L. 11 Aljjb A Y , Vum PrestL
A. B. AFFORD, Cshli,
WA1 XX a Yttlr6p, Ass'i CuhVaV
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U. L. HAIXIDAT. 'W. P. Hiur..1
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Exchange. Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and 8 ''d. .
DEPOSITS received and a general banktaat
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OHABTERED tfAHOfl , 18 6
CITY KATIONAIi BANK, CURO
' omcaaa : -
A. B. 8ATFORI). President. .
8. S. TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. HT3L0P. 8'y and Treasurer.
P. W. Babclat, Oh as. Qauchi, .
F. M. SrocartJiTH, Padi, O. Hcatm.
R. Ii. CcwmnoBAaf , KL.liaLX.iDAr,
J. M. Pfumrt.
INTEEEST paid on deposit at the rat of st
per cent, per snnum, March let and Saptea, .
er 1st. Interest not withdrawn ia added lBune
liately to th principal of th deposit, thereby
Married Women and Children may
Peposit Money and no one
else oan draw it, 1
Opa every business day from SB. m. to 4 p.m.
aJ Saturday evening for saving deposit ontv
tome to 8 o'clock.
W. HT BIjOV. TrtAror. -
F. Boss, President.
P. Nell, ViotFrw't,
H. Well., Cashier.
T. J. hertb. Asst. Cssh'r
CirnarOeaunerolstl At, and 8th Stre
F. Bross, Ciiro. vi m Klnge, Cairo.
P. Nefl", Cairo. Wm Woir, Cairo.
A. rusanka, Cairo. R. L. rllllias'y, et. Lout
hi. BiWcr, Cairo. H. W. lis, Cairo. ..
f II. Brinkman, at. Louis. "
J. Y. Clemsou, Caledonia. . - '
A esirskl Manblng Bunlne none
rj" Exchange sold and bought. Intereat nsld
a me oaviDfr. ifcpanmeni. i.oiiecuon
nd all business uronuitlv. attended to.
TEAM IIO ATS.
Evansvlllo, Cafro and (Memphis ,
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinolanati -and
all way landings.
Th elegant aide-wheel atean et
fALTtii B. Pimeiwonow..... Master
Jhaulbm I'KNirn.Ton , ...Clerk
I Will lev ' ro every WROSJCSDAT at
j'olork v. tti,
Ihe fleet steamer
Kd. liiostae ,
Leaves Cairo everr 8ATtIltA,
atach boat makea lUrwi .naSMMnn. at l.ln
With flrst-elajia .Imiiimm rA w i ..id li
Phi and New Orlvsna. mnA e...tn. i,w
the E. AC. K U. for ail points North and East,
an d with the iivllle Mail Steamer fos.all
poinuon the Upper 4lila, giving through re
trlb tuy K auJ Passengers to all point
For urth.r Information apply to . ,
J VMKS Uli KM. Passenger Agrnt.
llAUJDAtBH08.,. " -
J. M. I'HILLIFS, 1 Aiceaitai.
Orto n J imlHilr.
superintendent aud Ivviieral Freight Agrut, ,
- - . - cvewavuie juuiana.
WH0LE8ALJC ASD BETAIL
tSoods Sold Very Close, "l
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Corner 10th street and Commeni Af
CAIBO, ILLINOIS. ? y '
C. O. PATIER & CO
All uH erir Irora thi dlae
xloust o be cured ibould try pr. Kli.
aer Celebrated (JonauinpUre Powders,
The powder are the only preparation
known that will cure ConnurnpUon aad all
dl of the tbroat and iuag indeed,
otmiifU our faith In tbwn, and also la
convince you tbst the ar no humbug, we
will forward to every mflem, by aval
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