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For throufth tickets, baggage cliecki,
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midatioiiN, etn., etc., tpply tt ticket otfice
at all princtpul po'ats.
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iea. Ticket trt
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Mtpr of Tranap'a
Walter Hyalop, treuurar. t. (Jeorge W.Coch
raa. Aiaumpsit with attaraiDeat.
foblie i sotlca ie btrcby glveo to th eald
Cenr W. 4ehraii that a writ or attachment
Utuwl out of tht olHoaof tktclerk of Alaiandir
eounty cirou t court, dated the 3lih da of D
eemhvr, A. D., Ih77, at the Mil of the aaid Wal.
ter Uyalip, raaaurar, and arainat tht etiata of
tha (aid timraa W. Coohraa, directtd to tht
Serlff of Alexamler eountr, which aaid writ
ba btan rammed exacuttd. ow, thtrnfor
BDleaa you, tb Mid ttouraa W. Cochran,- abail
peroaallyba ad appoar befsr Ih aaid Alex
ndtr county circuit eoaurt oa or before tha 0rt
day of tha ntt wroi there! te b boldan at the
court hotuc. In tba city of fair , oa tli Ural
Monday of Jnna y, A P . 1K7U, Rive apevlal
ball, and plea, to the eald plaits tllTi action, juda
mni ahaii be entered again! y a, an I aa much
of th prjpar y alttehaa aa may be eaffleUnt to
tatiefy tb aU JndftMl and coat will be told
tt aatUfy toe ewe.
RKEM A OILhlRT. JOSX A. KESVt,
, . Ajt7fee4aiua. ) :- ,. . Clromii CUrk.
AHK tne roenvered
sffertv, Tlttlm et
feyerand agne, Uie
tient, IX'W tliey ro
md health, ctxiif'J
autritt, and gfl V
' n-lit ttey wi M
Touliy tat-itiK blm
mon'a Uvtr 1:-K
rilK CMEAl'ttr, AS1) BKST fAMI.V MKI
ICIN S HIE WUKLU.
bllluuaaitacka. blOJi Hr.AUAt.ilE, t olic,
praaaion of Xpirita, ooLH blOilACli, lleart
iluro, ate. eto.
'Ihi unrivalled Soulhera Remedy la wr
raute l nut to coutaia a articl of Mwtuiy.
or any iujurioua aubatancc, but U
O-ntainln thoM Mothern roott and betbe which
an all wua i'roldanc ha placl in countri
whtre Ur D.i.j prcr-il. It will cure all
dlacaet eauaed by derangement of the l:rr
and boaela. . , . ,,
Th. ,.i.r,M Ar I Ivm. tVimtilafnt are a lilt-
tar or bad bvu ta the tuouth; I'ain in tha bari,
aldw or joint, ofUn mUtaken tor rheuma
tlin nu itomah, lo ot appetite. tMjweU
a ii-riiitelT cortive ana lx mvucix,
mtmorr with a painful aenaation ol having
fjilt is do oruHhiiiK which ouht to liave
ben done debility, low apirll. a thick yel
low a, ,Kirao of the akin and eye, a dry
omaro oOea niietak.a for eonaumptlon.
borne itiwa many of tiiaaa aympionia atteea
th iliantiw, at oUiw Tery few, but the ilver, tu
Urgvat organ in the body, i aentrally the t
of dieeau and if not rtguUted in ljue. f real
aufleriag, wnlchedne and KEAI H wi.l en
I Ban recommeod u an efBcaelon remedy for
dlaaaot tiie Unt, llearthum and 1TPPI.
Simmons' Liver Rtgelator. LWI C""1'
17Maair etreet, AaeisUnt PomnaaUr, Phil
adelphia. " We have tfcd ita vlrtiita, preonally, and
now tht for Kjapcpd1, Willounnwa and
1 brcbliing i'Urhit it tho ixxt medicine tiie
world evrr aaw. We hjva tnr'l forty 0 her
rvruedie tjefora lmiooD' Liter IwftiUUir,
but none nf them gave u more tlun temporary
relief; but Hie riegiilator not only rli
btit cured u "-to. laxeoxara aji Muki
uaa. Macon, Oa.
Nothing i to nnpieuant, aotuiag so common
aa bad brrath. and w uarly every ce it conie
from the sunnacb, and can t o easily eorrtct
i if yon will take biraiQune' Livur Regulator,
Do not ofglnct o aura a remedy for una rc-puUtvedl-ordtr.
It will alaj improve our
Appetiie, ooinplexion, ana iocrai tiraiin.
Thia dlitnaalna: affliction occur nio't fre
quently. '1 he owturbauo of tb atomach,
uuinn from lmnrrbctlr dnretd cuntrnb,
causes a wvrre pain in in : -hauU aucompaturd
with duugreraMo naurua, and tlii conttltuU-a
bat i pupulaily known ttick licwUcjie. fat
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain fonr m "ileal c.einrnta, utver
found in Uie urn haupy proportion in aay
otkrr prrparatkon, via: a genu Catharuc a
powerful tonic, n anioeptirTal4 altrraiive
nd a eertain tyurrvcuve of all imi-untia oi
'he body, liuchalgnal aunerea b kitended ita
so t at tt at now rtgarueu aa ma
A a Hetucdy in
it 4LAUI0CH f-KVElt-4. B'tA KL COM
fLAIM-a, DYSPr-P-lA, MKNTAI. UKrK- a-
?ICN. KKSlLKSb.NKSf, J At .MJIL K .ML
81, 81CK HCAICHE. CO'K. UjNrif-
Alio A and HI .lOONK.S,
ArroadwiththtaAVntKrrB.kU change ot
cllnaita aaa wain and tuna may 1M bcol wlttt
out famr. Aaa Itctnedy In af ALAKltlLd
t kVt.HS, UO VkX CoMPLAINlo. htiT
LKSS N K 3. J AU N UIC K, S A t.'S E A.
auacraCTcaao oxtr ar
J. 11 ZfclLEN,
rncefl.OO. Sold by all Draggi:u.
B. F. Kunkol'i Bitter Wine of Iron
Tkeert eu'oeend dallgbtof the d'od!.
In tact noihlag of the kind lua ever been offtrud
to tha Americn p-opit wich baa o quickly
luuna uf way into tnatr goou iiToranu actriy
auproval ai t. K. Kankei'a Bitter Win of iron
it doe ail it Droooici, and that give oniver,
atitftlon. it i guaranteed to cure toe worst
eaiea of dyapepaia or indigeation, kidney or
liver diwtac, wenknns, neryoutnaAe, constlpa
Sion, acitllty of the atomaii, Ac (et tne grn-
uine. iniy'iiain i bottle, nepoianaoi
ftcr. iilNortn Ninth etr., Pbllalrlpbi. Ak
for Kunkel't and take no other, Sold by all drug
Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. K. Kunkel'i Bitter W int of Iron i a jure cure
for thlidiacaae. It has been prescribed daily for
many years in the practice of eminent physicians
with unparalleled sucaeas. Svnmtoou are lo.s ol
appetite, wind and naing offood, dryne-t in mouth,
haadacke, diriiacaa, slccpleasnest and low splriu.
(jet the genuia. Not sold in bulk, only mil bot
tles: Hold by all drtigdits. Ak fur fc. V . Kuo
lei's Bitter wine of Iron and uke bo oilier. (I
per botue, orsia bottles for $". All 1 ask is a trial
oftkis valuabl medicia. A trial will convince
you at enc.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
E. F. Dunlcel'i Worm Svrun never fail to
remove all kind of Worm, teat, pin and
atomayh Worm arc readilv removed by Kun
kal'a Worm evruo. Dr. li jnk'l la the onlr
aureeeiful pbsiciaa la tbia oountryth.it tun
nrnov lane w orm in tmrn two to wur noun.
Me h i no tee until head ana all peases alive and
ia thia snace ol time. Common sense reaches
if Tap Worm can be removed, all other Worme
can readily be removed. Ask your druggist for
a bottle el Kunket'a Worm hvruii. Price tl.OO
per bottle. It never fat! or arnd tothedo'tJt
furclnnlar, No. Hi) urth Mutn Bi., Phiiadel-
bin. Advice free.
H aiplDaorrtii err. that M ta Qn
Dr. W. E. lloyt ol 25 years lucowstul
practice euaianree sreetlv ntl peiuistn-
ent cure ol all Chronic, Scrofulous, 1'rl-
vate, syphllftlc and Female Diseases,
Spermattrrhosa, or sell-abuse, at hie
Medical Institute Afiran & Cheney Block.
opposite the City Hall Park, Syracuse,
N. i, Medicine sent to an pans ol tne
U. 8. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising quicks whojjirong our largp
cities, but consult Dr. Royt or send for
circular treating on bis specialities to his
P.O. Box 278.
Ladiks My jrreat liquid French
remedy, Amle 1 Femmc, or Female
Friend, Is unfalllns In the cure of all
painful and dangerous diseases ot your
eox. It moderates all excesses, and
hrlnjrs on the monthly period witli retru
taiity. In all nervmis and spinal aflec
tions, pains In the back or limbs, heavi
ness, intlirue on slljrht exertion, plpitH
tion ot the heart, lownens of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, and all
painful diseases occasioned by a disorder
ed system It effects a cure when all other
means fall. Prlc 12 00 per bottle, sent
by mail. Dr. W. E. Iloyt, Box 270.
Syracuse, N. V.
fiv virtu of two fee bills to me directed, by
th clerk of the tiprome court aaathern grand
division at Monnt Vernon, in the uts of Illi
nois, in favor of John 0, Abreght -t ala. and
agalnit Jaion D. Smith et ale., I hay lev Id
upon th following de'crlbed property, lr-wlt :
lt rourreentit) in ' loci te-n ill) i lot twen-tv-flx
(m twantT-Mvenr (t and twenv-
eight In hi ick eventy two (7!) t rat thirty
on and thirty-two (D2), in block twenty-li
Hfl. AU the above dcrlhd property It elra
tied la th eltv of Calm, oennlv of Alaxa dar.
ana aute or I Hinol. Which I ahall nn-er for a
at publifl vendne at the froot. or weal floor of
tneeounnona. laibe eltv or Cairo, oonnty of
ainuow asa "' or tuinoia, en in list nay
of Ftbroary. 1S78, at 10 o'dewk a.m. fated
this Llro,Ul. lllb lay id Janitary.n 17.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1878.
A Lower-Canada Custom.
Two old jieople Vera bold tho other
day at the church door at a pariah in
Quebec, incumbered with a farm, to tho
highest bidder. They handed over their
property to their children, on condition
that so long ua the old pcoplo lived these
children should lodgo and board them,
vroch and mend their clothing, furniali
them with outer garmcnto and linen,
bhocit and headdresHcs, all suitable to
their condition; tako them to divino
ecn ice on Sundays and feast days, and
bring them home ; place a horse and ve
hicle at their dfrpoMi on demand ; fetch
and fee the pricot and doctor when de
hired; keep in good order the best bed
reserved for theia until tho death of the
hurrivor; allow them acocee to all .build
ings and land they niuy wish to enter:
satisfy all their necessary wants, spiritual
or corporal, and in tiiuo of sickness fur
riUh them with due luxuries ; and finally,
at their death bury them in tho parish
cemetery, provide an ordinary funeral
ecrvice and a memorial sorvioe at tho
end of the year, beside having ten low
masses chanted for the rcpoae of their
souls. The new posseosors of the prop
erty failed, a d now the property is
offered for sale, subject to the charges in
the deed of donations. Thia is a very
common practice in Lower Canada, and
n.any of the contract- made would be
worth reproduction, if only to show how
carefully old habitants, disposing of their
property, provide for such (not) neon
Hidered trifles as clay pipes and nutmegs.
" . Iteadlnff.
In these days all men and women read
something, but the trouble U that by
reading in a Bingle vein, which so strongly
appeals to their individual fciKtes and
personal idiosyncrasies that it in not htudy
at all, they loce their power to study any
thing else. The rule for successful and
profitable reading would, in the light of
these facts, seem to be to read only what
one doe not like to read. That reading
which coots no effort and necessarily
dissipates the jov.ir of btudy, ia that
which we nhould indulge in only for
recreation, while that which we know to
be important in iUelf, and in iu bearings
npon broad knowledge and culture, should
most engage our time and attention. The
trouble is, not that wc do not read enough,
but that wo read to much of that which
simply pleases us ns to destroy our power
to read that which will edify and enlarge
as. There arc many aspects in which
newspaper reading is preferable to much
that id considered essential to high culture.
It-is undoubtedly diss'pnting to the
power of study, but so is any other read
ing which is pursued as a passion. It
has this advantage : that it never detaches
the mind from a supreme interest in the
affairs of to-day. There are studies which
separate a man from his time which
shut off his sympathies from the men and
the movements around him. There is a
kind of dilcttanteism which rejoices in
mousing in dark corners for the curiosities
of history or art, which is wise about
great nothings wise about bric-a-brac,
wise about antique gems, wie about coins,
wise about classical antiquities, wise
about old books of whose contents it knows
little, wise about dead and useless things,
and foolish enough to plume itself upon
its wbdom. Dr. Holland, in ScriLner.
Grant Interviews Vesuvius.
Grant (to Vef-nviun) lh you object
to smoking ? Vesuvius Oh, no, not at
alb Smoke away. I liko it. I'm an
incorrigible smoker myself. Pull I
Grant Smoking ever make you sick?
Vesuvius les, I throw up a good deal,
and am troubled with chronic-eruptions.
Grant Ever make you nervous? Vcsu-'
vius Makes mo a little shaky sometimes.
Grant Folks complain about you smok
ing any ? Vesuvius Yes, but it makes
no difference to me. I can't live with
out smoking. I smoko away juet as long
as I please. Grant So do I. Think
it is a bad habit? Vesuvius No. I'm
as old as the hills, and I've smoked ever
since I can recollect. Grant So have
I ; only my folks complain because my
tobacco scents the rooms. Vesuvius
Egad I I scent all Naples sometime and
the surrounding country. Grant Got a
match about you ? Vesuvius No
matches, general; plenty of sulphur,
though. I'm in the gunpowder line,
general, like ycureelf. Grant Yce I
Why, I fought it out on thatr humph!
I've heard that before. Good morning.
A Sensitive Woman.
The following is told of a resident of
Iowa: "The case of Mrs. E. Winship,
who resides in Shell Hock, is a remark
ble one. The slightest odor of tobacco,
ether, chlorofbrm, turpentine, benzine,
kerosene or prussio acid will, if she in
hales it, throw her into violent convul
sions. So sensitive is she to the effect
that sho is obliged to shut herself wholly
in a room by herself. These convulsions
increase in severity at each repetition,
and a few days since a man entered tho
houso with a piece of. tobacco in his
mouth before tho family were aware of
it, and, although tho rooms were thor
oughly ventilated by leaving the doors
and windows open, enough of the odor
of tobacco remained to produce those
convulsions when Mrs. Winship camo
into tho room, and for Bomo hours it was
thought she would not recover. Extra
ordinary precautions are used to prevent
those who use tobacco from going mto the
hcytue. .' - ' .. ... .
A ni wOTderlu! 'jivootlon (or
WMtk.n(, WaaaeMlinaAf.rj cai ka
loap lor waabtng anything ; waahe in onr
t bird of the time; waohe In hard or soft,
hot or void water; tho only preparation
ever invetted that will prevent woolens
Jrom iiirinkiDg; worth four lime ita price
lor waahing woolens alone. .
Mrs. Hciry Ward Beecher
reo.ommenda, It to all housekeepers, says:
"Tht v v,ill rejoice both lor e.-onumv'a uk
tad the nMcy ol Uelr clotbltiK, and that It
can no mora injure clothing or hauii tuan
common warm water."
BGABl'ttY A JOnSMiX,
21 Piatt Street, New York.
tSTBarctar ltros. will supply trade In
Tho ordinary Poroua Plaster, oo account
it its peculiar mechanical action, 1 esteem
id an article ol merit; but Benson' Capcin
firou Planter U eoualdered an article ol
extxaoniluury merit. It Us the same
mechanical action, and, in add tl'in. poe
re medicinal qualities ol a remarkable
suture, wbk'h cause it to act M -once,
relieve pain Immediately, and cure wuere
other Porous Planter will do; even relieve
For Rheumatism, Ijiu'- an Weak Rack, Spin
Dleeaee, Crick in the luck. Kidney DUkim.,
hpraiua and Kruiws, Severe l'aini and htiiclirs,
W rakneaa of the Uack, eto.
Th manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Flastor
Keeeivad the Ulgbett Medal at the Centennial.
It ia now the atandird remedy. Ita as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
lii&litiea attracted tne attention o: "the Ceu
lennial Jurrort and thousands of physician
who vidtedthe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe best remedy ever invented for tbv
fxive ailments. Sold py ell Druggists.
Trioe. 2o cent.
teaf Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
In pursuance of a judgment of McCracken Ccni
mcin I'icas Court reoUcrciat ita aepcemlKr 1 erm
lo77, in the action ol J. li Terrell's Administra
tor pUintitf against J. II. TcrtJi'ahcira, etc., flc
IcJitUnta, 1 w.U on
Monday, januaev Hh, mi,
liking (unty Court day), at the Couit Houae
door in lilandvilU, Ky., sell to the highest bidder,
on a credit of t. I.', 11 aud. J I months, the Mlowing
described propcry. via ;
Front lots o. 1 4, and frnting on the Mis
sissippi river; Lot So 4, containing 10 acres; Lot
No. 4. containing 40 acres, and Lot .So. a. oonuiu
ing li'i acres lying in the town of Kl.lmure, at tha
termiuums of the S i). n. L. L. and Chicago
ltailnad, opposite C-iro, Illinois. Also back Lot
.No. 2, which is .uMiviiied into two Ms, the one
containing '111 ai:re Uie outer containing Iss'
acres, the whole lying In the feter bbepiurd sur
vey io lUUard County, Kentucky, whicb was di
vided into the lots alurcuud by W. 11. Uecvcs,
LXiiiimissioncr ut tnis court, and for a more partic
ular dvscripiion of the lots aforesaid reference Is
here made to te P atcDivwionenhle in this case.
Also the foilowlng train of land, via Lying la
Ballard county, near I'idgeon's Old Mill, being
the land (mid by J H. Icrrtll to William l'idgeos
and bought baek by 1. U Terrell under a judg
ment for the purch se money Lyirg on the watvor
4f Shawnee creek, hegmoutg at a suke a large red
oak, two hickories and meet gum pointers aorth--ast
corner thmcc north "7 west 147 tides to a
while osk with sweet gun, wnite vik and ash point
ers, corner witn I hu as liarluw, thence north Wi
poles to atuae with hickory, small black gum sap
lings standing Ht pnintei on cast bank of a oranch
coiner with J ri. Terrell's land, thence south b" 3
easti4SW tvitea toa s'aae witbtwo -Abiu oaks aa
liiniera, Corner J - It. Ter ti'a land, thence luv
poles to tbe bcginaing contaibtng iiO acres being a
part of the land couvcyed by Camus M Clay to J.
i. Terrell, and a part of the aurvey patcnud to
OA. Juha HaraUa, the same his been ividtd into'
tr. i luta Itos. 1 aud i, by tha CvinmiaaKtier afcre
aoid, which report of diviaioa is oa file and here
referred to. Ibe purchaser will be required to give
ansMi wills good oenrstf . baeniray ustamtt trom
Uy of sale, bating furcc of rep.evin bond oa which
execution may issue when due
Tnis 3rd day of Dtcember, 178.
aWaUansHALL,' I I.U.Wilcox,
C. Uklvis, ; W.H. Rexvu,
Attorneys Comini stlo
KoTICK OF FIKAL SEITLKMtMT.
State of Illinois, Alexander county. Estate of
Daniel li. rntlllpt, iicoeamd.
Notice la hereby given that on llonday, the 11th
day of Uarck; A.U W.i, th nnderaigned d
minisii iter de bunii nnn of aaid esta o will pre
sent to the coud.iv court uf AlexaaJcr county at
the conrthousem Cairo, Illinois, at a teim there
of to be holden, hi ilnul retort of bis acts and
dolngi a administrator re bonis non, and ak
the court to beditdurged from any and all fur
ther duties and responsibilities coat ivu 1 wi ll
said estate, and his administration tuereof, at
whicb time and place such persons aa arc inter
ested may be present and resist such applkatiuu,
II IUCT C1IIMJJC so to uo.
BYROS F. ni.AKK,
Administrator fie Lonia non.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. S, W.i. ''-Hw4t
NOTICE OF FISAI. SETTLEMENT.
Stste of Illinois, Alcxfnderc wnty. 6, Kstste
ot Lrantel Campert, deceased.
Nonce is berebv given tliat on Mnndav. the 11th
day of March, A. It. 137S, the undersigned ad
ministratrix of said estate will present to th
cutinty court of said Alexander county, at the
courthouse in Cairo, Illinois, at a term thereof
th n to be holden, bcrVnal report of beracts and
doing at administratrix , and ask tha court to be
discnargerl from any and all further duties and
responsibilities connected with said tstst, sad
her administration tuereof. at which time ana
placecuch persons aa a inttrested may be pres
ent and riaiut such application if they choose ao
10 00. JlillUAUtl IA Ml-eVUl,
Cairo, Ills., Feb. , 1S79. i!-Hwlt
FVEXITCKE AT PUBLIC SALE.
On the Si'ith day of Febraatv. 178. brvtnning at
10 o'clock, a.m.andconliatung from day ts dav.
the undersigned will (ell at sactlon lo tbe h'g;:-
est bidder lor cash at the furniture Factory ot
William r-Ktsbott. soiuhfait corner ot ceven
teenth streerand Washington avenue, In Oiro,
Illinois, a large lot o f furniture ot various kind
and descriptions, coaaistlng ol parlor set, hed
ronm sett, bureaus, bedsteads, witbstsnd,
wardropes, tables, bookcases, desks, itab'ls,
what-nots, erad ei, looking glasser, baby carria
ges, hatracii mattresses, kitchen safes, a large
assortrntnt el chairs, dressing rases, etc.
rfclElt 8 A UP,
State of Illinois, eennty et Alexander, s.
In th kleisudcr coamy circuit court
HnrbCallenan VI, John Levin.
Uillof loredoBure sd for relief, etc
Amount of decree rendered J in. 4. U7(. 475 SO
Intcrxatfiom January s, 17. at alx per
ceus : coero oi aun, la.isiuuiB solici
tor a fa of y Ci 29
Publifl notice I hereby given that la pursuance)
Of a decree rendered in aaid court in the attov
entitled cause stthe Seolal I ec-iii ber terra A 1,
18i7, 1, JohnQ. liarnisn, Masier in Chancery of
aid couuty, wUI, on Friday, the
Hi DAT OF KtBKUAUV, A. D. 78. -at
the hour of in o'clock a.m., tell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for carb, si Ibe
front door of thecouithouse, in ttte city of Cairo,
in laid county and state, the following described
real estate la th cliy oi Cairo, county nf ah x
ander. and state of Illinois, to wit: Mfyteet
off of the front end of lot numbered twenty-one
(21) twenty-two tl), tweaty-threa and
twenty-lour (It), In block fifty-two (W), being
ofl ol tb end that fronts on Wal out sirens, in
tald city, making a piece one hundred fret on
Walnut street, and flflV ft on bv tb atreet,
togcih r lib the pnvileges and appurtenance
thereunto belonging or lo any wis ibaretii apper
JOHN Q. II Alt U AN,
A P. WnxtLix. Master la Chancery.
Dated. Calm I Is.. Jan SO, ISTS. Mltd
NU'I ICK OF. APPLICAliON FOK FAHUUN.
Notloils hereby given thatappllaatioa will be
mad in due enuree of time to Ilia Excellency
Slielby M Culli'iu, govenmrot the Slate I llfl
nnia, f r the perda of Ihtbney Johnson (nolor
oi) , conviciH at the May ten of the Alegaadur
eoti'ity oiruuh eoart on a charge of laremy and
teuten d to tbneyrsr in the pauitrnllary, ,
Cairo. Ill (Qo. IU, IH7T, ...- f. ' j
' . "' '
i IllattraUd Monifdv il'i-riiiM.
Esvib number contain thirty-two page of j
readli g matter, many doe Wood cut illustration j
and one colmred pusla. A beautiful arden mag
aame, printtd oo elegant paper, aud full of In
formation. Inknllabaudtavrmaa. Frio 1 ' ,
. a s r iirwcr sou . eaeauie iaraen, so eente
In paper covers. Ia elegant cloth covet Si
tick's taulogue Joo illusiraiions, oaiytwa
cent. Address, Jaiue Vic, UociwMee, S.V.
Pic' Hhutrated Pricvl dialogue.
Peventy-flve pages, 300 Illustrations, with, de
ne iiuluQsof thousands of 'he beet vegetable and
Rowers in tbe world, and the way to grow Ifirm,
all fur a two cut poatagc stamp. 1'rinieel iu
Ixrinan and English.
Vice' t lower ami VegelabI Oarden. IP cent
In paper covor. In elegant eloth covers, (1.
vick't (lluatrated Mom hly Magazine-da pages,
ftne illustrations snd colored plate in every
nutnlier. Frice (I a year Ave copies for 11.
Auarj, jainc vick, nocnster, rs. i,
'ick'$ Flcnvtr and Vigctable Qardtn.
I the moit beautiful work of the kind la tbe
world. It contains nearly l.s) page.a, nitadreila
of floe Illustrations, and six rhrumo plates beau
tifully drawn rnj colored from nature. friceVI
i-ents In paper covers, el ia elutn. Printed la
C-i-yAjian and Knlish.
V w.a'a Catalogue, .W illiutrntlons.onlyxau.
-' A.ldrv. JaioeaViik, KociieMer, N. V.
I'tct'a Flower ari l Vtgtt'iblt Sctdt.
Are planted by a million people in America.
SevMck' Catttlogae Jn UluaUations, only 2
Vick'l Illu.itraled Monthly Mapaxine-R imges,
fln illustration tnd colored piste each aumuer,
Frlrc tl s year. I ive copies lor .
Vlck's Flower ard Veg (able Garden, 50 rent
la paper covers, with elegant clutb covers tl.
All my publications are printed in English
and tiennun. Address James V luk,
1-aitf Itochrsier, S. V.
ia hereby given to JunliUati. IIjII aa adminis
trator de bums nun ol the estate ufllisea Clark,
deceased, and E twiu Itrainanl of the (tendency,
IU tne Circuit Court of Altxatt'lrr count) , Illi
nois, of a bill in eua .oary to tun-clot a mort
gage, wherein you, loget erwuh I haoncey S.
lnuniau, Louiaa .S. nhipiuni. Jos Lb W V
llre.el aud CUsrleS Kdwrl 1 racy, as liecelv
era ul Uie t-airo and Vinceai.es railroad, and the
Cairo aud Vine -11111 rail nm I lumpany are d
lendanut, and CUariert C. lljlten, as Ituceiverof
ol ' the Mutu.l l.ifa Insuran,- Company" nf
Chicago, is conipluiuaut : and that the smiimons
in sal. 1 eause ia returnable on tne drot day ot the
Ike January term, A. U. 1K7S, oi said Court to
be holden at the Court House, in the city of
Cairo, la said county, on tbe tlrsl Mioilay of
said mooth. Uatrd Nov. 37th, le77.
JuliN A. KKEV n. Clerk Ul said Court
Rahul I". WhubiKB, SoliriMroi i omjilaint.
is he.-eby given mat, by vir tieul' a dmrev ol th
Conoty Cuurt of Alexander County in lh- Mate
if ::!ija-,- tilirt.' ; hi Tfov.-itiiier term,
A.I). ie77. 1, Atigunt Wstetuieur, u
torof the klstate ot Frederick Wnicimeier, ils
ceHhed, wtll sell at public ven ue on the 21th
day of UereJiber, A. U 177, ai li e west door
01 tuc Court House in tbe city of Cairo, tu said
County, and Bla.e, at i u'ctoca p. m.ol aaid
Buhjrot to the widow's dower interval therein
for tbe payments of lhdlebi of said Ksute ol
Irr.d rick Waleiiueier, ijioi,!, lb luilowiug
described property, lu-n it :
Tnasottibi 01 uurthw st, qnur-.ar of nurtb
weat, quarter la section tniny-six (ts; , wwn
sbip. HI eea (I") soutb rangi twr (.'), west of
t ie ird princiiul meridian aitunte in aaid county
uf Alexander aud Mate of ilhuoia.
Tern. soi ! Caah io hand upr.n approval
of sal and deliver, ol deed
Administrator of Ua r.aute ot rred Water
Usttd C'bim, Ills., N iv Slst,1H7T.
MOltTul AtiEt'S bALE.
Whkka, On the first day of April, ls'l,
F. tunas Ciuiuut and Uobcrt H. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowitdged, aud de
liverel, to Mrs. C'assie Williams, now Sirs.
Cassie Drips, a certain aula mortgage on iot
Sv. three (Jl, iu Mock So. tweuty-ui..e in
Updyke Myer's addition, to the city ot l bea
ter, iu the eouaty of Itamlulph aud State of lill
nois. to secure the payuieut nf lour certain pro
missory note execute)! by said Hubert II. Can
ine, dated April 1, 1"76, fortwo hundred dollars
each, payable in throe, six, nin and Ultren
months, respective) , from the ilntes th-n-of,
with ten percent, interest Iron th doiea there
of; whicb said mortgage wa. i nly recorded
April e, lfTO, lb recorder's oOice in aaid Rati
dolpb county, in book -So. one (1) ut leases,
Ai. . on page i.'i : and
Woxhxa-i, rinid sn or I gage provi 'ea among
Other things fur the tale, bv tliesaid mortgag e,
of said lot and all the right and equity of re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
m u-f'.'ili in tne pnymvnt of the sui t note or
any part tl.eliul : nicl
WiisKkas, Tuc time for the payment of ilia
laid notee.and each of them lis long since elsjis
ed, aud there now remains due on the last tine
oi the above mentioned notes theaumofatx hun
dred and fourteen dollar and fiv cent (Mt.Uo.)
Now. therefore, notice i hereby given thai,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1878, at
the door of the court house in said city of Chester
at the hour 01 two o'clock p.m. of said day, the
undersigned will ofler said premises lor sale to
the highest bidder for cash in band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
Formerly Casals Williams
Permanently cured no humliuir uv ont
month's UMage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Pit Powdura, To oonvinue stitlerera
that these powdurs will do all w e claim lot
loom, we will send them liy mall, post
pah), a free trial bos. As Dr. (loulard U
the ouly physician that has ever mado this
discaso a special study, and a to oui
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd irn,
we will guarantee a permanent cure k
every case, or refund yon all money ex.
Denied. All sufferers should give these
Powders an early trial, and lie couvioi'Hti
of tbelr curative powers.
Pries, for Uri;e box, (3, or i hox 101
10, eent by mail to any part ot L'l.lteJ
State or Canada on receipt of price, er ty
exprtips, C O. I). Address,
SflO rulton Htreot. Hr loklvn. N. y.
is not easily earned In tlies
times, but it can be made In
three month by my one ni
either leg in any part ol th
oountiy who la willing to work
teadily at the employment we
furnish. Slid a week in your
own town. Ten need net be
away friiu bam after night. Van can give
your sol tlm to th work, or only ynnr spar
moments, ns avi agvuia wno are maiing
over $.'U per dev. All who engage atone can
make money fast. At t unreal time raosty
van not lie mail 10 easily tud rapidly st ai y
other business. .1 costs nothing to try the
business. Term and Vi oiillit trei. Addrees
atsnoe, II. UALLKfT A CU, I'cut n-d, Me.
Consumption, that scourge nf humanity.' I
lh great dread ot tbe bnman mmlly, in all dril
led countries. ' . , . :
I feel confident thai I am In possession or th
only sure, Inlulliiil remedy now known to
he profssslon lor lh ep-ely, positive cur nt
hat 1 1 read disease, and Its unwelcome ceacnm
lUtils, vlsi Csurrb, Aatbma, lironchitis, Ner
vous I hrbtllty, etc., etc. I am old (nay, 1 be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-eight year espr-
1 u - kiiau a. ww is 1 1 1 exssssd Irs Sitae 1 as at, aafits
I...... ,i-h..., ,li.l. I. ih. nlil .ml new arorl.l: I
haataitghl m Ih nlue of proper imsllca tmn
both local and eonstltutlounl Iu (hscur of r Caw
great enemy of our race I have found It. Kit
I am dlgressslng. . I staglett ut to sar tu those
suffering with cousninit.in or any of th. above
ntsUdles, lust ut wmrret o me. giving syssip t
benefit of my ierinos In thousands f eass i
Initruoilona for euceredtil treatment at yotr
own borne, will be roslvd by yo ,by retttni
tkiiUtreeel b.rj,e. by atMnwjjn, ., ,
i id v' , ;
lft Jctrsn rtrH Lpoiavlll, f,;
Ar not advertised as "cure-alls," but ar specif
ic la th diseases for which they ar recemr
Investigators of natural science pay, elcmoa
alrated beyond controversy, that throng bran the
animal kingdom tha survival ol die Sliest" it las
ouly law that vouchsafe thrift and perpetuity.
Does not the sam principle govern the commercial
prosperity of maid Aa ia trior cannot supercede a
superior article. By leasonof nupennr merit, lir
rierva't Mlandard Medicines have outrivaled all
others. Their sale la the United Stales alone ex
ceeds on mulios dollars per annum, while th
amount exported fools up to several hundred thou
sand aaore . Mo business could grow to such gigm
tic pruportioas sad rest upon any other basis than
thai of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
I Alterative, or Btood-clcansiag,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
is a cnoiagcgue, or Elver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Ily reason of Its alterative proper tita, cures diseases
of ihe lilondand hkin, as Bjrofuia, or King's Evil :
Tumors ; fleers, or Old Sores ; Blotches; f imples;
and Eruptiona. By virtue of ita Fectoral proper
ties, it cure Bronchial, Throat and I.ung ASeu
tions; Incipient Comumptioe ; Lingering Coughs;
awl Chronic Laryngitis, Its Cholalogiie properties
render It an unequaltd remedy lor Biiiouaness ; Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint j-' aud its Tonic
properties mate it cijually efficacious in curing ludi
gestiof), lasss of Appetite and Dypepsia
U here tbe skin is sallow and covervd with blot,
thes and pimples, or whew there are seretuloua af
fections and swellings, slew buttles of tKiltlen Med
leal Discovery will effect n entire cure II you feel
dull, Hrovrsv. debi.itated, have sallow eulor of skin,
or yellowish brown spots on face or lxity, frwu.nt
headache or disiiness bad tasie in mouth, internal
Ileal or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirita
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and
tongue coated, you are su tiering Irons Torpid Liver
or "Bilieiianns." In man) cases of '-Liver Com
plaint." enly part of th se ivmptoms an exper
tenced. As a remedy for all su-h cases Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical I liscovery bis no equal, as it ejects
perfect cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No. Care Kf quired
while Uniiijj them.
The'-LiMleOiaat'' Cathartic, or M CM' CM IN
PAItVtJ I'UYSlc', acarcely larger than niusurd
seeds, and are tugar-coaud lhev remove the
necessity ol taking tne great, crude, drastic, aickea
ing pil.s, heretofore so much in use.
As a remedy lor Headache, iJilziness, Ruah of
Biood to the llisd, Tightaest sbout the Chest, Bad
Tast ia Ihe Mouth Erucutions Irons the Stomach,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice. Pais ia ibe Kidneys,
Highly-i oloied Urine, and Internal fever, l)r.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets ars unsurpassed.
Furthermore, I would say that their action is uni
versal, aot a gland captug their sensitiva impress.
Age does not impale lh properties ot Sesc Pellets
They are sug ir-coateii and inclosed iac, 1st bottles,
their virtue thereby bung preservca uninspalnu
for any length of time, so that they are always Iresh
and reliable. This is not the Cat with Ibose pills
which arc put up la cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily a of two Pellets kaa cured the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum
Erysipelas, Bolls. Blotches, Pimples, Sore Eyes'
anil Eruptions. They are, however, recomm. ded
to be taken ia connection with lh (Jnluen Medical
Discovery, io order to secure the best results.
The remedial management of those diseases
peculi-ur to women bss afforded a Urge expeii
ence at the World' Dispensary, of which Dr.
i'lero is the chief consulting physician, in adapt
ing re medic for their cure. nr. Pierce's Kav.
out Prescription i tbe result of 'bis extended
eipcrlence, and lias become Justly o lebrsted for
Its many aud remarkable cures of all those chron
ic diseases and
Favorite Prejcripiion is a Powerful Rsstoratlr
Tonic to the entire system. It Is a nervine of uu
surpassed efficacy, and, while it quiet nervout
irritation, it strengthen the enfiebitd nsrvon
y.tein. thereby restoring it to healthful vigor,
1 h following diseases ar among those in v, hich
th Favorite Prescription has worked magic
cures, via. ICticorrhiaa, or "Whites," Exces
sive Flowing, Pain lul Menstrnstioa. Uanainral
ruppres-lona, Weak Back, Prolapsus, er falling
tif be Uterus. Anteveiai' n, Ketroveieinn. Bear
ing Down ftensation, Chronic Congestion, In
f animation nd Ulceration ol tha Uterus. Inter
nal Heal, .Vervou Ieptvaaioa, lebllity, De
mandnov, and very many other clironlciliseai.es
pecular to wotneu, but not mentioned bete,
l bs following Ladles ar a few of tbe many
thousand w he can testily to the efficacy of Dr.
Fir roe' Favorite I'rescripuoa, from experlenec
a Mr Cornelia Allison, Peseta, lows, Mrs Tho
JMcthvln. Hs'chrrMstlon,(is; MrsT A bey
m. or, Rome. N I; Mrs Krancia tlnswlck, Ver
sallcs. Obiii Mr Leroy Putuata, North Wbir
ton, Pa I Mi Mary A Hunolt, Etilua Mn; Mr
Mary A Frlshie, l etiman, Pal Mr DKUili,
( blllleolhe, (this; Mr Harriat E M alone, West
Spring-Held. Pa; Mrs K Hl.tt, En.porla. Kan;
M tsa l.oul I'rstt, Dmlgeville, Mas; Mrs LA
Danhloid, Norfolk, Va ; Mr C Allison. Pmcior,
Intra : Mn,f N Vernon, M. Thomas, Oat; Mr
ft C Mo.au, t.'d North Howard sUeet, Ballimor,
Md i Mrs Lucy Cullman, Barnesville, Ohio, Mrs
Nanci Moaiight, Jefferson. Iowa; Mrs L U
Sterrrod, rrleniUhlp, N T ; Miss Ellen Cady,
Wintllel t, N V; Mr Anthony Amaan. Vsrons,
N T : Mr H N Hooks, Orand Kapida, Mlch Mr
W II Webb, Watertown, N Y. Thousand ot'ref
erence can lit given at Ihe World' Dispenanrv.
! - fir. H. T Pi ear a Is the sale nmnristm and
ran.irtwrtitrvir of lb fitregnlag remeslles, all of
which am'inild by druggists
tte ts also the
Author of the People's Comm in Sn Mestte I
.V'vlsr. a work of nnuly nn tlionaand tans.
wltk two h Haired and eiirliiv-two wood-enmv-
Inga and colored plate.. He hs already sold of
lata us iiuiv wwa . , . ,
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Ovcv 100.000 Copies!
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: :FJtWX fpost paMJ $1 60.
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W P BUIJ4DAI, Prwldenf.
HBNBT L. nALLluAY, VtcasFisst.
A. B. HFFOrtD, Caahii,
W4I Tl HYS'ViF, Aas't Cashhw.
. 8 a at TAraoa, S. II. Ciwst'geiua.
B. L. ilAixiPAy, .;. W. P. Halldat.
U. O. WixuAsfsoa, , St r usx Biko,
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Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonda Bought and d.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
OH AftTSElED MAXO I alt, 13
CITY NATIONAL BANZ.CAIBO
A. B. 8AFFORD. President.
S. 6. TAYLOR. Vie President.
W. HYSLOP. aWyand Treaanrer.
P.W. BABCLAV, CUAl 6AU6RBB.
f. M. SrocKTLani, Paitl S. Bcntra,
R. 11. CtTtHIHOHAW. P. L,Hai.udat.
J. M. Pmujr.
fXTEREST id on depoelu at th rate of all
L per cent, per annum, March 1st and Sapiens
jerlat. Interost net withdrawn is added Imm
llstely to th principal of Uie deposits, then by
rlv-iii" - ---id in)i"
Married Women and Children may
. Peposit Money and no on
else can draw it.
Opus every business dsy trom 8a.m. lo S p.m.
a J Saturday avenlng foi saying deposit only
torn to 8 o'clock.
F Hot President. H- Welle, sasftter
P. ell. Vic Prea't T. J. Kerth, Aoel Cash'r
mm ni mi;
C .ruor Co Tamerolal Ay, tuid 8ihtr
r. Itnias, Cjiro, a m Kl ge, 4 sua
P. Ncff, t ro. Wm VV olfc, Cairo.
A. husanki, Cairo, R. L Btliin.s y, hi. I.nni.
K. Bu n r, Cairo. it Wi Us, I siro.
I' H. Uriukman, hi. Louts.
J. V. Cleniaon, Caledoaia.
A IS-itrcMI einuklDK Uuaiueaa none
taffacbangesold and bought Intereal paid
u Uie (iavtcga Department. Collections mado,
nd allssuaineea iiromiiilv atbmded to.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetovm, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and ail way landings.
The elegant side-wheel sttai. n
axtxh f). ra.VNi.vuron Master
Jbasu.1 PgSM.vrirne Clerk
I Will lav iV'ro evrry W FI)NF.SrAT at '-.
I he Sect steamer
Ban Howaju......, ..Master
En. Tiioma clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATTturiaV.
Aach boat makes close connections at Cairo
srltn neai-laa. .t..r..M eA u. i .,
" - -wnim oi. miuidi uuu-
phii i and Nw Orleans, and at Evnvllle with
sue a. est., a. n. lor all points North and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fos.aU
noiats on thn IT..n-r iihi,, .(.in. k -
eelpt on freight and passenger to all points
tor unbar information apply to
J AMKS Bllllss, Paastnigar Agent.
J. M. PHILLIPS, .
duperuttendenl and trvnensl Freighi Agent,
WHOLESALK AND RETAIL.
IM THE CITY,
Grooda 8old Very CltMd.
Corner lDtlk etroet raaut Commerel aVwe
G O. PATIER & CO.
AU u9 err trom thti dtiease :
xlous tab cured iboultt try Dr. Kle
aePt Celebrated tJonsumpUve Powder
The powder ar the only preparation
known that will cure Con-umptlon and aH
dlieasee of tbe throrit and lungv lide.d,
aotroDglsoiirfalthlqtheim, nod ta
coovinoa you that they are nohumbof, w
will lor ward to every luOerer, by asai
ptivtpaid, a free trial box.
W don't wast your moRoy unUI yoo are
perlevtly eetlsdesl el Ulr curative miiav
If you life Ie worth aavlng, lioa't delay 1 1
vIvlB Uieaw powder trial, a they ayft
Mt. tat isjy boa, fa, eent to pay f
t the United States of Caaattm by apej 4
rtlpt of priee. Adtlrt, ,
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