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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
ulletin Building-, Oof . Twelfth Blreo
and WMtvlnirtoa Avwm,
rfConntv aad KallroadWork a Specially
mca Hock From 7;.') a.a. to I.JO
p.m.; Hun'Liy from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Orlr S:lX) a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - t
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Cairo, Arkansas ft
Texa It It I ily .
Ohl t River Kmi
Dally exe't Motvloy
Miss. River Route
Up, Sun. Tu. rri.
Frlduy ft Saturday
a. w. McKiAio, r. m.
ST. L0UIS,IR0N MOUNT Ally
& SOUTHERN R. B
IlpiVM leave Ciro 01 p
txpreaa arrive at Cairo dally .... m.
aeeoniruodHtioa lore Cairo daily.... :00a. m.
liVvtrnofUlioo arrivn daily (exc
Sunday) .. II Mi di
L - - ji . .
JUP.O Sc VTNCENNES E. R.
el Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
mu ciotmi mmn
AND WAS LTINQTON.
34 Miles the Shortest to
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1X HOURS SAVED
OVER THAIS Of
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
l'nffora by other route to make
Connection mast ride ail nl?htwalt
lev from Una to Six Uoure at
mall country station (or
trair of connecting road.
3 em ember that fact and take our
6 :00 a. m. Train,, reaching
.Trfe, &iiu;.& CsitiLouTille
Trsinslmv and arrive at Cairo, at follows
gall 'jeeves ! a. ns
Ued " 7:p. m.
lail anivca ......,...- lO:Wl p. ni.
mixed " . .. ;4.'-a.m.
Carougu ticket anil check to all Important
f. A. MILUZtt. B. L. UORKXIX,
Cssn' Pas Ag'l. General Sup
I.. B. CHURCH,
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
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I'HF, SIIORIEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIBECT ROUTE
With dirout Connection! lor
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Traveler vijlrimc a
"jPKKI'Y,: PLEASANT and. COMFORT
A HLK TUU.
Should remember tbat;th
BALTIMORE i& OHIO RAILROAD"
1 celebrated lor it
tiegint Coaches, Splendid Hotel, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley jt
Scenoty, and ths many point
Historical Interest Along
Curare will ALWAYS be u LOW
u by any her Line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Bun Tbron u
Westeru and Eastern Cities.
For through tlckatt, baggage check",
a rvement of train, Bleeping car accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket odlcei
at a!' principal points.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
Doney, L. M. Cole
x't Won. TlcketAgt. tion. Ticket Agf
. P. Harry, The. It. Sharp,
. Aai. Master of Tranap'a
WallM nylop, treasurer, v . Oeorxt W. Coch
nin. AiKumpsit with altauhment.
Public antic ! hrcy RiTea to the Raid
tiennt W. Cochran that a writ of attaobmeut
Isatifd out of the olHoe of 'h clerk of Alaiandi r
county circuit eourt, dated the ilh day of le
opmler, A. 1) . , 1 7, at the rait of the aald Wal
ler HyMtp. treaaurer, aud acaiaat the estate of
the ld Unix W. Uochraiii directed to the
sheriff of Alexander eonntT, which said writ
hai been retitrotd eiiccuUid. Mow. therefore,
uulest you. the ld Ueont W. Uucnran, shall
personally be. anil appear before tbeeald Alex
ander county circuit ooeurt oa or before the flret
day 06 the next term there, to t bolden at th
court bouse, In the city uf Culr 1, on the first
Monday of Janua y, A. !).. 1'A, five special
tell, ami plea to the said pUilntlff's action, Jucla
moot shall be entered against J u,and so much
of tits prapsriy attached as may be Sdfflclailt to
eatUfy the sal Judgment and oost Will be told
to satisfy tb aare,
OlttKN UILfiRRT, JOHN A. XHT1V
Att'ya for plaintiff. tJrotut Clerk.
." ASK tne rooo7rJ
. 'J ' u)frt, Tintlma
I'rrerand ague, the
niecurial dlaeased pa
tient, how they rOT
ersd health, cbetrful
' spirit, and good P
prtlt they wUt to
you by taking Sim
jnon's Liver HrKu
littjir. TIIEOHEAI'tST, ASDKr-i r"AMf.V Mt-
IClN t'N I1IK WOllLO.
billirtisailucks, olOh lir.AUAl II E, ( ollr,
preuion at rlpirila, SULIl blUMACll, llaart
Uuru. (. etc.
ilii uiirivallrd Bouthern Hraimly u war-
rantel not to oontuia a i-articl of Mi-mirf,
or any iujurlutu substance, but is
containing those nontbern rots and beib which
an a!l wise I'rovldeuce has placed in countrii
where l.ivcr lneae prtv-il. It will cure all
iliuu cud by derangement of tb I'.ter
I be svuiDtomsof Uver Coluulaiutare a bit
ter or but uwu In the nioutbi l'ia In tbe back,
sides or juiats, ofua ruin taken for rbeuiua
tlm sour stomach, loss ot apixtile, bowt-ls
alternately umLiv anil lax iwtvWUB. low 01
aieuuirv wltii a paiuiul sensatioo f liavioK
Iiule-l t co soliirtning wtiicn ougni to nave
been done debility, low spirits, a thick yrl
kiw a, ,iiranw oftheskbi and eye, a dry
Couirb once inislakan for consumption.
aoiueiiinc uiaoy of tneae ayuiitoui aitcnd
the dtsxjM, at other wry few, but the liver, tbe
btrircsl orcao In tbe boilr. is aenerally the seat
of dlseM and if not rtgulatnl in time, trrcai
suiTering, wrelrbeitne and DKATll will en
ean riiiuii nd as an efficacious rtwedy for
(lissMiiil the Uver, Heartburn and liysepsia,
hiiiiinon-' ,vcr liegtiator. Lawi iistia,
17. Maier rtreet. Asui.Unt losuuaHt:r. 1'bll-
We hare trstol it virtues, iwntonally, and
now tlut for Lsnel. ililiousneas and
Throbbing Heailache it la Hie beat medicine Uie
world eter a vr. He have trie-J lorty oihcf
nmolica before 0munon' Liver iyiilstor,
luit none of them gate u more than temporary
reltel; L'Jt Ilia iwuli'or not oly rdievl
bulcureil us." Lo. lai.r.OKai-11 ajiu htim.i
can, ataooo. Ga.
. BAD BRKATH
Kotbtug is so onilcasant, nothing so common
as bad breath, and la nearly every catc it come
from the stomach, aud can le so easily correct
ed il you will lake wimmuii.' Liver ttugulator,
Do nut arglect so sure a remedy lor tuis re
pulelveduordrr. It will al improve vour
Aipetiie, coiuplexiou, and licneral Health.
This distressing affliction occurs DwM fro
(ueatly. ibe UuiturUuice el' the ctoiMOb,
arming from Imperfectly digested content,
ceuMa a sever paia in th heal, accompanieii
with duagreea4e naiuea, and thi oonunX
what i piipulaiiy known as Hick livwlacbc. t or
prompt rw lei
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVEP.
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical cleuienU, never
found in the aime bappy prouuruou iu any
other preparation, via: a genue Lalharuo. a
powexlui tonic, n uiieiceplirnalitx alterative
and a ceruia Ct.rrecuve oi all impuntiea oi
thebody. buchsigoal sucoea. ha auniileil lie
uu l at it is BOW regarlel as Ih.
tFFKClUAL HI'Kt irC
.As a Ueioedy In
M ILAKIOL'S KEVK1W, HOAKt. COM
FI.AL.SM, UVSPfcl'sIA, MENTAL UEl'ltRO
8IC.N, Kklll.fcS.S.SE.lb, JAL'.HI'ILK, AU
8K, bCK UKAUACHE, CO' JO, CU.Veiif
AflU.N and 111 -.lOL'fvVL.iS
Armed With this ANTIDOTE, all change or
sllmat aad water and food may be faced with
out tear. Aa a itemnly In M ALAHlut .i
yEVjCKS, JtO.VKL CoMPLAlAifo, Uh'ST
LKSsMi, J ACM OICE, N AUs&A.
MAxcracrfaKB ojilt bt
J. It. ZtlLEN,
Price It. 00. Sold by all Lruggi:u.
E. F. Kunkel' Bitter Wine of Iron
Taegreit taxei and deligkt of tb people,
in Uct nothing of tb kind has ever bern offered
to Um Amwicaa people wtucb baa so quickly
found it. war int) then giMKl favor and hearty
aoproval ai fe. Kunkei's Kilter Wm of Iron.
Itaofj ail It propotea, ami thas gives nnlvirsa
Hitisfaction. Itis curBteed to our the worst
oases ofdyippi or IndigiMttoo, kidney or
Urrdi-ie, weakness, nervousness, constipa
tion, acidity of the stomach, Ac. Oet tnogun
uine. Oolysjlilin 1 iMittles. Pert and of
nc. .-ti North NuiUi street, Philadelphia. Ask
Sut Knukei'a and Ukc no otb-r. Sold by all drbg
gist. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. F. Kunkei's Hitter Wine of Iron is a sure cure
for this diicasc. It has been prescribed daily for
mauy years in the practice of eminent physli Ian
With unparalleled iuceu. Hymptoma are low of
appetite, wind and rising of food, dryness in moutii,
liemltche, diiiiness, sleeplessness sad low spirits.
Get the genuine. Not told la bulk, only in $1 bot
tles: Moid by sll drugcliu. Ank for ti. r . Kun
kel's Bitr wiueof Iron and uke no other. II
per bottle, or si i Imulesior $ . All I atk i a trial
of tliis valuable medium. A trial ib convince
yoii at once.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
K. K. Dunkel'a Worm Syrup never falls to
remove all kinds of Worms. Scat, pin and
stomach Worms are rcadilv removed by Kun
kei's Worm Syrup. lr. Kunkei Is the oaly
successful pbviician tn this country that can
remove Tape Worm in fnuu two to tour hours.
He h is no fee until head and all pauses alive and
tn this sim ot time- Commou sense teachos
if Tape Worm can be removed, all other Worms
can readily be removed. Ak yonr druggist tor
a bottle ot Kunkei's Worm Mvrup. l'ncel."i'
perhottle. It never f. lis or send to tliedoetof
for circular, No. 'iyt -North Ninth 6t., I'lillsdrl
hia. Advice free.
U )iploNor.ttiirir, tit tt l. I i
Dr. W . E. Hoyt ot 25 yoara sucwststul
practice nuatuiiii'C" spcutly and (iviman
entcureotulK hronlc, rjcrofulous, i'rl
vnte, SypbUetlo aud Futuale Diseases,
rijK.-rniaUTrhri'a, or eolt-abtise, at bi
ilodleal liistiutte, A gun & Cheney Block,
opposite the City Hall I'nrk, Syracuse,
N. V. Medicine sent to nil parts ol tbe
U. !i. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising quicks who throng our large
cltleH, but commit Dr. Iloyt or send lor
circular treating on his specialities to bis
P. O. Box 270.
Lawks My jtreal liquid Frouch
rciuudy, Atnle Do Femme, or Female
Friend, is unfaillnir In the cure of all
painful and dangrerous d incases ot your
kcx. It moderates all excesses, and
brings on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous aud spinal afleo
tlone, pains in the back or limbs, heavi
ness, iatlgue ou slight exertion, palpita
tion ot the heart, lowness of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, and all
painful dlBeascftoccaaioned by a disorder
ed system it effects a cure when all other
means tail. Price $2.00 per bottle, sent
by mall. Dr. V. E. Iloyt, Box 27tt,
Syracuse, N. Y. -
. SHERIFF'S BALK.
By virtue of two fee bills to ma directed, by
the clerk of th supreme court seHthern grand
division at Mount Vernon, In th tut nf Illi
nois, in favor nf John C, Abteght et all. and
againot Jason B. Smith et als., I hiye levied
upon tb following described property, to-wit i
Iot fourteen (W) in block eleven (11) lots twenty-
U twenty-sevea (27) and twenty,
aight (3H).tn block seventy-two (72) t lots thirty
on and thirty-two ('), In block twenty-six
t'.M). All the abeve described property Is situ
ated In thsslty of Cairo, county of Alexander,
and sut of Illinois, wldrh 1 shall offer for sale
at public vendue at the front, or wast door of
the courthouse, in tbe city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and Stat of Illinois, oa th 21st day
of rtbrtuuy. 1S7M. as 10 o'clock a.m. Iatd
this Calro,uL, Ittb day of Jannary. A.D. lira.
. . . rMIHSACP,Sbrlir. '
09.c, nalltln S-vaU&lxvr. Csmex Trminix Btwt
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, BJ2BRUARY 19878.
llow to rrtwrve a Piano.
It w evident that if the piano'w to re
main in good order for many yearn, good
cure mast be taken of it. The instrument
should be closed when not in use, in order
to prevent the collection of dust, pins, etc.,
on tho sound board ; however, it must
not lie left closed for a period of several
months or longer, but bo opened occa
monally, and the daylight allowed to strike
tho leys, or else tho ivory may turn
yellow. Any hard substance, no matter
how small, uropied mcido ot the piano
will cause a rattling, jarring noi5. It is
in every case denirablo that an india-rub
ber or cloth cover should protect the uv
Htrument from bruises and scratches. The
piano should not bo placed in a damp
room, or left open in a drail of air
(JiimpncM ih its most dangerous enemy,
cau-sing the strings and tuning pipes to
rust, the cloth used in the construction
of the keys and action to swell, whereby
the mechanism will movo sluggishly, or
often stick altogether. This occurs
chiefly in the summer mason, and the
Ixf-t pianos, made oi most thoroughly
seasoned lnatorial, arc neettarily affected
iy uunipiiess, inc.aLorpuon ixiing ruptu.
Kxtreme heat is scarcely less injurious.
The piano chould not be placed very near
to an open fire or a heated stove, nor over
or close to tho hot air furnaces now in
general use. Moths are very destructive
to the cluth and felt used in the piano,
and may be kept out of it by placing a
lump of camphor, wrappjid iu soft paper,
in tho inside corner, care being taken to
renew it from time to time. Many per
sons are unaware of tho great importance
of having their pianos kept in order, and
only tuned by a competent tuner. A new
piano should be tunod at least once every
three or four months during the first year,
and at longer intervals afterward.
How Webster Slaughtered the
Webster, as Secretary of Stato under
Ilarrison, had a worrisome time about the
President's inaugural message. He wrote
one out himself and endeavored to make
Harrison accept it, but that worthy was
obdurate ; he had prepared his own and
was determined to read it. Webster told
his friend Harvey that lie was annoyed
because the message was. according to his
judgment and taste, so inappropriate.
It entered largely into Roman history,
and had a great deal to say about the
States of antiquity and the Roman pro
consuls and various matters of that kind.
Indeed, the word " proconsul " was re
peated in it a great many times. When
ho found, says Mr. Harvey, that the
President was bent upon using his own
inaugural, Mr. Webster said that his de
sire was to modify it, for, as it then stood,
he said, it had no more to do with the
affairs of the American Government and
people than a chapter in the Koran. Geu.
Harrison rather reluctantly consented to
let him tuko it. Mr. Webster spent a
portion of the next day in modifying the
message. Mr. Beaton remarked to him,
when he come home rather late that day,
that he looked fatigued and worried. Said
she, " I really hope nothing hasnappened."
" You would think that something had
happened," he replied, " if you knew what
I have done. I have killed seventeen
Roman proconsuls as dead as smelts,
every one of them.''
Mrs. Bennett was a medium highly
esteemed by the Spiritualists of Boston.
Her seances were made interesting by
tho appearance of apparitions iu great
numbers and variety. She long with
stood the tests of investigators. How
ever, chc was caught a few evenings ago.
IVcscott Robinson, a firm believer in
Spiritualism, trapped her neatly and suc
cessfully. She promised that in a cer
tain .seance his dead daughter should ap
pear, and he had his friends there in
readiness. A form purporting to be that
of his child emerged from the cabinet in
the dint light, and handed a flower to
hiuu He pretended to rccognizo her,
patted her on the head, and then sud
denly seized her in a firm grip. One of
his rriends turned up the gas, and all
saw that tho "child" was a woman
walking on her knees. A general fight
ensued, the pcrsonators of spirits trying
to rescue the woman, and tho capturers
trying to keep her a prisoner. She
escaped, but not until the humbug had
been thoroughly exposed. Anothei
" spirit " ran out of the houso, scantily
attired, carrying moat of her clothes in
The emigrating instinct of John
Chinaman, suppressed so long and devel
oped recently with such remarkable force,
has at last found a welcome response.
Kicked, cuffed and despised, both in . Cali
fornia and Australia, tho Chinese aro
welcomed in Peru. There are now 70,
000 of them in that country, and the Gov
ernment have engaged steamers to bring
more. They intermarry, it is said, with
tho lower classes of whites, and are ac
corded tho full rights of citizenship. The
t wo races agree and get along comfortably.
On tho Pacific slope tobacco is fre
quently administered to poultry as a
medicine, and is an effectivo cure for
somo of tho ' prominent epidemics to
which the poultry tribe seem liable. A
dose is said to be a quid of Well moist
ened tobacco, half . inch in '' diameter,
thrust down tho throat.
A bv ail wrodtrtaJ laotfci far
wasi.ng. WaJX( Ut natfe; totm kin
soap lor WBhhiun anything ; wsrhss In one
third of th tiui, svaahea la hard or aoft
hot or cold water; th only preparation
ever invented that will prevent- woolens
from shrinking; worth four time it price
lor washing woolen aloao.
Mrs. Hery Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"Tbry will rejof both lor economy's sake
tad the saftey olUeir clothing, and thai it
ean no more injure clothing or biodl titan
common warm water." '
21 PUtt Street, New Tort
tUTBtrclay Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous l'lnster, on account
f its peculiar mechanical action, Is esteem
id an article ol merit; but Benson's I'apcine
f irons I'laster is cousidered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has tbe sane
mechanical action, and, In addition, pot
tes.es medicinal qualities ot a rcmarksM
Lature, which cause It to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
Jtiier l'orous I'laster will not evenrelteve
For Kheumiti.ru, Lame an Weak Hack', Splaa
Disease. Crick in the Hack. Kidney liwa',
Sprains and liruifles, Severe I'ains and Stiti h.
Weakness of the Buck, etc
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received the Highest Medal t the Centennial.
It i now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and utrengthening
qualities attracted the attention otthe Cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of physicians
who vbltedtbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it the best remedy ever invented for the
t tove aliments. Sold py til Druggists.
Price, 'iii cents.
iST Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
lllutlt-ated Monthly Magazine,
Each nnmlier contains thirty-two psges sf
read I; g matter, many tine Wood cut illustrations
and one colored plate. A beautiful earden meg
azioe, priutidou elegant paper, and full of in
formation. In English and Oerniaa. l'rice SI i!i
Vii-Vs Flower anil Vegetable Garden, 60 eeull
In laier covers. In elegant cloth covers $1.
tick's Catalogue ow illustrations, only two
cent. Address, diuues Vick, Kochester, X.Y,
Vxk'l Illustrated Prietd Catalogue,
Seventy-live pages, 3M Illustrations, with de
sciiptlonsof tbouisnd of 'he best vegetable and
flswers in the world, and the way to grow them,
all for a two rent postage stamp. 1'rinted in
German and English.
Vica's lower and Vegetable Garden. Hi cents
In paper covers . In elncant cloth covers, SI.
Viek's Illustrated Monibly Magazine-Si pages,
fine illustrations and colored plate in every
number, l'rice $1 a year, live copies for t5.
Addreja, Jaiues Vick. Kchtsler, N. Y.
Yick's Flower and Vegetable Oarden.
Is the most beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It contains nearly l.V) pages, hundreds
of flne illustrations, and six chiomo plates beau
tifully drawn ml colored from nature. Price SO
cents in paper covers, at in cloth, l'rinud in
(jei man and Etiglih.
Viek's Catalogue, 600 illustrations, only 2rt.
Address, James Ykk, hv.ciiul-r, X . V.
Vk.'i Flower and Vegetable Seeds.
Art planted by a million people 'in America.
SeeViek' Catalogue 3uU illustrations, only i
Vkk's Illustrated Monthly Magazine 3t pages,
line iJluiir.itions and colored piateeachauniucr,
frire l 2.'. a year, rive copies for go.
Viek's Flower ard Vegetable Garden, SO cents
in paper covers, with elegant cluth cavers tl.
All my publications are printed in EngUsh
and German. Address James Visk,
l-31tf itockeater. X. V.
is hereby given that, by virueof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County In the State
f Jl" j '.,: talus! i.': hi a'lmmber term,
A. I). 1T7. I, August Walermeier, lajsigijv
tor of the Estate oi i'reilerick Watermeier, de
censed, wtll seil at public vendue on th 24th
day of December, A.D. 177, at t he west door
of the Court House in tbe city of Cairo, tn said
County, and State, at it o'clock p. m. of laid
buhject to the widow's dower Interest therein
for the payments of the debts of said tiUte ol
Frederick Watermeier, deeeaeedi the following
described property, to-wit :
The south of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six tW), town
ship, Ufieen (1-) south range twe (-), west of
t le .'Ird principal meridian situate in aald county
of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Term oi Sal Cash in hand upon approval
of sale and delivery of deed
Administrator of th tate ot Fred Water
Uated Cairo, Ilia., Jijv. ilat, lS77,
Wuireas, On the first day of April, lS7d,
Emma Canine and Hubert H, Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and de
livers!, to tlrs. Cassle WiUbuns, now Mrs.
Cassie Dnps, a certain sal murtgag ou lot
No. three in block No. 1 wenty-uin (.) in
Opdyke et Myer's addition, to Hie city ol Ches
ter, in the county of Randolph and sutc of 1111
noie, to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory note executed by said Hubert II. Can
ine, dated Anril 1, lsTo. lor two hundred dollars
each, payable In three, six, nine and ill teen
months, respectively, iroru we nates tnereof,
with ten tier cent, interest fron the dotes there
of ; which said mortgage was dnly recorded
April 6, lHTn, the recorder's olflce in said Itan
dolph county, iu book No. one (I) ot leases,
CO.. on page si) : ana
WuiRKAx. Said mortgage ' provides among
other things lor Uie sale, by tbe said mortgagee.
or aaiQ lotana an tne ngnt ana equity in re
demption therein of the said grantors, incase
ot default in the payment of tbe said notes or
any part thereof ; and
Wiitnass, The time for the payment of th
said note. anil eachoi them has lonir ainreelntis-
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
ol the above mentioned notes the stun of si J hun
dred aud fourteen dollars and Ave cents (G14.06.)
.sow. therefore, notioe is hereby given that,
on Thursday, Uiel7thdayof January, IS7S, at
the door of the court home in said citv of Chei-ter
at the hour ol two o'clock p.m. of ssid day, the
undersigned win oner said premises tor saie to
th highest bidder fur cash in band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
Formerly Cassis William
Is hereby given to JoshnaG. Hall H adminis
trator de bonis nen of tbeeklateof llosea Clark,
deceased, and Edwin Bralnard of the (tendency,
In tbe Circuit Court of Alexauder county, Illi
nois, of a bill in chancery to toreolos a mort
gage, wherein you, togct er with Chauncey N,
shiuntan, Louisa N. shlpmn, Jos ph W,
brexel and Charles Edward Tracy, as Receiv
ers of th Cairo and Vincennes railroad, and th
Cairo and Vine -nuts railroad company sre de
fendants, and Charles C. Uolten, as Receiver of
ot "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : and that the summons
In said cause is returnable on tbe first day ot the
the January term, A. D. 1X78, ol said Court to
b holden at tie Court House, In the city of
Cairo, in said county, on the first Monday of
aald month. Dated Nov. J7th, 1H77.
JOHM A. RKEVB, Clerk of said Court
SiULU 1'. WncsLKB, Solicitor of complaint
KOTICX OK FINAL SKTTLKMENT.
Stat of Illinois, Alexander county. Estate of
Daniel H. Phillips, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that oa Monday, the ltth
day of March, A.D. Wi, the undersigned ad
niinlatritar de bonis non of said esta will pro
sent to the eottntv court of Alexaader county at
tbe courthouse in Cairo, Illinois, st a term there
of to ba holden, hi final ntort of hi acts aad
doings a administrator d bonis bob, aad sak
th eourt to be discharged from nT nd all fur
ther duties and responsibilities connected with
said estate, and hi administration thereof, al
which time and place such person a are Inter
ested may b present aad resist lach application,
If Ibsy ekooso to do. . . ,
. . BTHOJI F. BtAKE,
- Adminlttrater 4 boal bob.
Cairo, III., Feb. 1, 17l. I-Wwet
.) 1 .1-
rt laaytoaa. ULv.u. '
j NOTICE OP FINAL SET'IXEVKVT.
fctiteof Illinois, Ahrgsnder CTinty. . Mtre
of Daniel Lampert, dexatasstd.
I Notice Is hereby give that on Monta; , thellth
r day of March, A.D. 187". th anderaij'ied ad
! miaistratris of said estate will prewut to 1b
ttsuar uiun ui wmm aiciMiier COUUiy, as lor
courthouse In Cairo, Illinois, at a terra thereof
th n to be holden, her final report of her skis and
doings as adminiatratria, sod ask the court to lie
discharged from any and all farther duties and
responsibilities connected with said tstatat, sad
her administration thereof, at which Utne and
placemen persona as are interested may be ires
ant and resist such application if theychoone so
touo. NigUAur.i iitnriKt.
tJaire, Ills., Fb. . T7. r
KVUXlTL Kai AT I'tRLIC SALt. .
On the Hh day of Ksbniary, Ks. beginning at
10 o'clock, a m. and continuing from day to day,
the undersigned will sell at auction to the hlgn
eat bidder for cash at th furniture Factory ot
William hlclilioff, southeast comer ot Seven
teenth street and Washington avenue, in Cairo,
Illinois, a large lot of furniture ot various kinaa
and descriptions, eotuixting of pnrlor Seta, bed
room seu. Iiureatts, brdsteudt, washatands,
wardropes, tables, bookcases, desks, siahda,
wbat-nots, orad.es, lookhig glasses, baby carria
ge, hatract a mattresses, kitchen safes, a large
assortment of chairs, dressing rases, etc,
S-Std ' Sheriff.
State of Illinois, county ot Alexander, .
In the Alexander county circuit court
Hugh Callahan vs. John Devine.
Bill of loreclosure and for relief, etc.
Amount nf decree rendered Ja. 4. 17, f 17j
Interest from January 1, 17. at six per
cent. ; costs of suit, including solici
tor' fee of W tu 20
Public notioe is hereby given that in pursuance
of a decree rendered in aaid court in the above
entitlrd cause at the special December term A I).
1h77, I, John V- Usrmsn, Master iu Chancery of
aid county, will, on r riilay, the
IX DA V OF FfcliltUAin , A. r. 17S,
at the hmtr of 1" o'clock a in., sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for nub, at the
front door of tbe courthouse, in the city of Cairo,
In said county and state, tlie following described
real estate iu th city if Cairo, county of Alex
ander, and state ol Illinois, to wn : Mf.y feet
nu of the front end of lots numbered twenty-one
(il), twenty-two (!), twenty-thite (il), and
twenty-lour (-'I), in block filly-two (.v.'j, being
oil of the end that fronts on Walnut street, in
said city, making a piece one hundred feet on
Walnut street, and lilt y feet on Seventh street,
together with the privileges and appurtenances
tliereuntrt belonging or in any wis thereto apper
taining. JOHN g. UARMAN,
Si. P. WEKLiB, ' Master la Chancery.
Dated, Cairo, lilt., Jan. SO, 1378. 1-Sltd
SlatCof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
L'ruame J. Lonhienne vs. Marv E. Lonhlenne.
Bill for livorce In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-rtsulence of Mary E. Lon
hlenne, Uie defendant above named, having
been tiled in tbe ouioe t f the clerk of mid
court ot Alexander county, notice I hereby
given to the said non-resident defendant,
that Uie complainant filed his hill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side therein
on the lUli day of October, a. 0. 177, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of sail court
against said defendants, returnable on tbe
Ural Mondny In the month of January, A. D.
IsTs, as i by law required. Now. tbreiore.
unless you, the said Mary E. Lonhienne, shall
petsonally be and appear bet ore tbe said circuit
court of Alexander county on the first day of
Uie next termtbereof, to be bolden al the court
house in Uie city of Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday in the mouth of January, A. D.
lniS, audplead, answer or demur to said bill oi
complaint, the sain and tbe wauerti and tnings
therein set forth, will be taken as contesscd, and
a decree entered against you according to Uie
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
W. C. Mr-LKIY. Complainant's Soltcitor.
Cairo. Ills. Oct. l'th A. D. Ia,7. iW.
Permanently cured no humbuff by one
month's UHiue of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Kit Powders, To convince sufferers
that these powder will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. (loulard is
tbe only physician that has ever made this
disease a special study, and a to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd rs,
we will guarantee a permanent cure i
every case, or relund you all money ex
pended. All lutierert should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers.
Prici, for larse box, $.1, or 4 boxen ioi
till, sent by mail to any pirt ot Ci ite.l
States or Canada oa receipt ol price, ut L'j
express. C. O. D. Address,
ASH tb BOBBINS,
3fi0 Fulton Htreet. Brooklyn. N. T.
Consumption, that scourge of humanity. Is
the great dread ot the human family, in all civil
I feel confident that I am In possession of th
only sure, iufallilile remedy now known to
bo profession tor ike speedy, positive cur ol
hat dread disease, snd its unwelcome coacora
itants, via Catarrh, Asthma, llrnncbitis, Ner
vous Dcbilitv, etc., etc. I am old fogy. I be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight year expe
rience as a busy practitioner lit the best con
sumption hospitals In the old and new world,
has taught me the value of proper medica tion
both local and constitiitionnl in the cur" of 'Ms
great enemy of our race. I have found it Sat
I am digretsslng. 1 started ut to say to tbuso
sud'erlng with consumption or any nf the above
maliidics, that by addressing ui. giving symps
bom, they shall be put iu possession jotliis
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
lientni of my experience in thousands of case
successfully treated. Full partienhtrs, direc
tions for preparation and uso, and advice and
instructions for succeesttU treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by return
mail, fix ol charge, by addressing
DR. JOHN 8 . BURNETT.
wnllv 17 .leffirson street lniavil)
ft TEA A KOATK.
Evansvllle, Calro,and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant tide-wheel ttean er
VsXTxn B. PaaxnioToa... Master
juablu PEsnuarojt Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY al
o'clock . ru.
The Bret steamer
Baft IIuwiid.ho .h
Leaves Cairo every SATHRUATi.
Each boat makes clot connections at Cairo
with flrst-cUs staamers for St Louis, Mem
Dhlssnd New Orleani, and at Evansvllle with
r. n - 11 I-.. -.1 tr.t
IBS A. si a. a. iw hiiviui.4ivimmiu mom.
BBdwItbth LoulsvUl Mall Steamers fox all
point On I1M vpsmt vawi itmi suruusjiiiv
selpu onfrelghU and passsmgers to all points
tributary. . ; ' -v
For nrthsr InfbrmsUon apply to
JAMJCS BlUUi. Passsnfer Agent.
J. M. FHILiiPS, I .
ur to ... wawixtxtaiB,
ctwriBtt4n.t Vki Otsaaval Frsafht Agent,
Ar not sdveitiied as "cure-alls," but ar. specif
ic m ui. uueucs ror wmcn uiey are rewtn
swaded. . NATURAL 8ELCTION.
Inveatiiatnrs of natural aelenea hava demon.
Itraled beyond sontroveny, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ot the finest" ia th
eary law Out vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity.
Does not the same principle govern the commercial
prosperity of mant An inierior cannot supercede a
MUMnor article. By leatonof superior merit, Dr.
Pierre's Standard Medicine, hava miiilnlnl .11
others. Their sale in th United States alon ex-
etas one million dollars per annum, while the
amount exported foots up to several hundred Ulou
sand mora . No bosin.u could grow to such gigin
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that of merit.. ,
Golden Hedical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Bioed-cleanting,
Golden Medical Discovery
Is s ectoral.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative propeniea, cures diseases
of the Ulondand Skin, as aofula, or King's Evil :
Tumors ; I leers, or OldSorea ; Blotches; t'lmplea;
and Eruptions. By virtu of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throst aad l.Ung Affec
tions; Incipient Consumption ; Lingering Coughs;
and Chronic Laryngitis. Its Cholal. 'gu. properties
render itanuneiinaled remedy lor lliliousiiesai Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint;'' and its Tonic
properties make it equally efficacious In curing Indi
gestion, I.oss of Appetite and Dypeptia.
Where the skin is sallow and covered with blob
chea and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings a few bottles of Uplden Med
ical Discovery will effc-.t an entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish brown spots on face or body, frequent
headache or dui.ness. bad taste in ni.ulli, internal
heat or chills n Itcruated with hut flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and
tongue coated, you are suffering Irom Torpid Ijver
or "Biliousness." Iu many cases of "Liver Com
plaint," only part of these symptoms are exper
ienced. As a remedy for all iut.h cases. Pr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects
perfeet cures, leaving th liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No Care Required
The "little Giant'' Cathartic, or Mt'LTL'M IN
PARVO PHYSIO, scarcely larger than mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coated I bey remove the
necessity ol raking the great, crude, drastic, sicken-
In. nill.. K-wtufrirM an .ntiol. I..
Asa remedy for Headache, Di'itlnesi. Rush af
iiooa to me i ieau, i igntness anout the Chest, Had
Taste in the Mouth, Eructations from the Stomach,
jiuious Attacxs, Jaundice, fain In the Kidneys,
Highly-Colored Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellet, are unsurpassed.
Furthermore, 1 would say that their action is uni
versal, not a gland escaping their sensitive impress.
A(e dees not impair the properties ol these Pellets.
1 lm Sf. ,UiNhrn.t.r( and i.liuail I .. ' .... k.-.l
their virtues thereby being preserved unimpalrtu
for any length of time, so that they are always tresh
ami reliable. This is not the case with those pills
wuita arc pui up in cneap wooucn or pasteboard
boxes. The daily use or two Pellets has cured tbe
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Bolls, Blotches, Pimples, Sore Eyes,
and Eruptions. They are, however, recommended
to be taken ia connection with the Uolden Medical
Discovery, In order to secure the best results.
The remedial management of those disease
psctillir to women has afforded a large expeti
ence at the World's Dispensary, of Which Dr.
Pierce is ilie chief consulting physician, in adapt
ing remedies for their cure. Jr. Pierce's Fsv-
Ollte nescriptlon is the result ol 'bis extended
experience, and ha become Justly ovlcbratcd for
Its many and remarkable cures of all (hose chron
ic diseases aod
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restorative
Tonic to the entire system. Ilia a nervine of un
surpassed etUcacy, and, while It quiet nervous
irritation, it strengthens the enfeebled nervous
svtlem, thereby restoring it to healthful vigor.
The following diseases are among those in which
th Fsvorlt Prescription has worked magic
cures, vis; Leucorrhuia, or " Whites," Exces
sive Flowing, Painful Menstruation, Canaturai
rupurcHniona, Wsak Back, Prolapsus, or falling
pf tne Clems. Ameversien, Itetrovwsion, Bear
ing Down Sensation, Chronic Congestion, lu
ll animation snd Ulceration ol th Uterus, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
mandnov, and very many other chronic diseases
pecular to women, but not mentioned her.
The following Ladle ar a lew of the many
thousands who can testily to the efficacy of Dr.
Pierce' Favorite Prescription, from experience
a Mrs Cornelia Allison, Peosta, Iowa, Mrs Thot
JlUctbvln. Hatcher's Station, (is; Mrs T A Sey.
nn ur, Rome.N T; Mrs Francis tiuswick, Ver
sailes. Ohio; Mrs Lsroy Putnam, North Whar
ton, l'a ; Mis Mary A llunoli, Eplna, Mo; Mrs
Mary A Krlsbie, Lehman, Pal Mrs D K (1111,
C'hiUlcothe, Ohio; Mrs Harriet E Malone, West
Springfield, Pel Mrs R Hlatt, Emporia. Kan;
Miss Louise Pratt, Dodgerille, Mass; Mrs L A
Danhield, Norfolk, Va ; Mr O Allison, Proctor,
lows ; Mrs J N Vernon, St, Thomas, Oat ; Mrs
S C Moian, t) North Howard sheet, Baltiutore,
Mil ; Mrs Lucy Caliman, Bamesvill, Ohio, Mrs
Nancy MuMaugbt, Jefferson, Iowa; Mr L si
Stemrod, Friendship, N Y ; Misa Ellen Cady,
Westfield, N Y; Mrs Anthony Amann, Verona,
N Y Mrs B N Rook, Grand Rapids, Mlch Mrs
F II Weld), Walertown, N V. Thousands of ref
erences ean be given at the World' DUpeuaarv.
. THE PEOPLE'S
Dr. R. V, PtmcB I th eel proprietor and
manufacturer of the foregoing remedies, all ot
which ar sold by druggist, lie Is also the
Author of th People's Common dense Medic !
Adviser, work of nearly on thousand pages,
Will two hundred and eighty-two wood-engravings
and colored plate, lie lias already sold of
uis uopuiar worn
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE (post paid) $1 SO.
H.V. PIERCE m.D.
WarU'a DlBKaaarr. BatsUa, IV. V. I
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City National Bank
. CAIRO, ILLIUOB.
If. T, HAXLTD A Y Prealdeat.
HEN BT L. UALUDAT, ViosPrtst.
A. P. M4.FFOKJ0, Oaahlel.
"sins HYts, Aaa'tCaAhJar,
, Staatb Tatlob, ,R. B. Ctngntauaa,
R, L. Haixidat, W. P. Halloa t.
(i, D. WiUJAUHow, BnrHBM llmo,
A. B, Battokd.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and S Vd.
DEPOSITS received and a general Unking
OHAHTERCa MeUlOrX 21, H t
0TTT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
8. . TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. HY8LOP, Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Babclav, Char. GAUbHta,
F. M. STocKn.BTa, Paul 6. Hen lb.
It. H. CrriniritoHAji. V . L. Haluday,
J. M. Pmixips.
INTEREST paid on deposlU at th rat ol sis
percent, per annum, March Island Septem
jer 1st . interest not withdrawn i added liiun
liately to th principal of tb. deposits, thereby
rivln tVim ." -.i-id IntgreV.
Married Women and Children may
Peposit Money and co one
else can draw it.
Opui every busineasday from rta.m. to S p.mS)
al Saturday evenings for saving deposlu only
torn ti to s o'clock.
W. HTSX.CP. Treaaurer.
F. Boss, PresMent H.-Wells, Castder
P. '.ell. Vice PresX T. J. Korth. Asst. Caah'r
Oirnr Co tuner olai Awe. tvndbthStre.
F. Brass, Cairo. W m Kluge, Cairo.
P. Nefl; Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A. buaanks, Cairo. R. L. Uiliiusaiy, ist. I.HU5
E. Under, Cairo. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. Rrinktiian, bt. Louis.
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledonia.
A tieaernl nun kins; Butatue dosio
tJExchunge sold and bought.' Interest paid
n tbe Having Department. Collections made,
nd all busia ess uronuitlv attended to.
"WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th street and Oommerol Ave
C. O. PATIER & CO.
All suO erers lrom this disease
zlouat o be cured should try Dr. Kls
aer'a Celebrated Consumptive l'owders.
These powdors are the ouly preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of tbe throat and luug' Indeed.
BAltmnir ! mirflrh In thnm n.t .I.a ...
- O IM .UM M'lW MF
convince you that they are no humbug, we
wtll forward to every sufiertr, by mat
postpaid, a free trial box.
W a don't want vnur mnn.-v until inn
FerfeUly sstlhfied ol their curative pewera.
r you life ia worth saviiiR, uou't tlelsy In
Klylnjr these powder a trial, they wfl
surely euro you.
price, lor large box, f3. sent to rny part
f tha Unite,! istntaa nr l'in..l. I., mail -
reaeipt of price. Address,
ASLT St ROD BINS,
IMo Follou Ptreet. Brooklyn, N. pt
St Louis. Mo.
ra08. A. BICE, A. M. 1. 1. B..1
IAS. SICE, A, M., VPrUidtiald
J, H. HURWOOD,. J . ,.
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MOST Complete. Thorough and Prartlea
course of etudy in the .I'mted Btatas
eourso ItitliKpent Ible ro every jonnit man
batklng on tiw sea of llf. .
For lUnitrattd Clrrutar,' . '
Address, ' ' ' '
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