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City National Bank
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AND BLANK BOOK
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FIiIDA, FEBRUARY 22, 1878.
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47 Miles tho Shortest to
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ilakisg Samo Connections,
PutbDtrer by other routes to make
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leg iron) Uua to fix Hour at
mull coiniry auttiona (or
traira of connecting road.
Soraembor that fact and take our
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irougu ticket and che-ks to all Important
f A MUXES, H. L. MORRILL,
u1 Pa Ait'l. General 6up
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'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
I'liE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT BOUTE
With direct Connection! for
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SfEKDY,! l'LKASANT and, COLFOHT
Should remember that.tb
BALTIMORE t& OHIO RAILROAD"
;i teiehrated lor Its
fle'jot Coacbet, SpU n IM Hotel, Cirand
and lieautlful Xouutain tnd ValHty ts
Uwneiy, n l tUt many points
iiltitorical Interent Aloof
Tart will ALWAI8 bt at LOW
u by any ber Hat.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
' WITHOUT CHANGE
Western and Eastern Cities.
Vot through tickets, baggage checks,
aovement of trams, eleeplni; car aecom
atoilnUons, eto., etc., apply at ticket officea
at a'l principal points.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
I'tUen. Ticket Agt
. I'. Harry,
h. M Cola
tien. Ticket tgta
Tho. U. Hharp,
Mauler of Tranap'a
la hereby Riven that, by vlrueof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County In th blate
f lUuro'ii' taitred an ht I'ovvmber term,
A. D. 1877. I, august V atrrroui.r, tlaiiiltr.
tor of tbe Mtaie ol Krexlerick Watermeier, de
cwued, wtll aeil at publio vendue on the 21th
day of Dece Jiher, A. I. 187T, at tne went door
of the Court lloueam the city of Cairo, in laid
County, and Btaia, at V o'clock p. m. or said
Bulijeet to the widow's flower Interest therein
fir tbe payments of tbodebta of .aid Kttat ol
Krvd rick Wateimelcr, deceased, tbe following
described property, to-wlt t - i :
Theaouth V of northwest, qnarar pt nonh-
shlp. if.aen (lo) touth range two (J), west of
l ie .ira prtnoipai meriuieu eiuiaw u
of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Terms oi Hale-Caeh In hand upon approval
Of tail end deliver r of deed
Administrator of Ua Kalata at red yVatcr
meter, oeoeaaed. - -
listed Cairo, ril,,Kj.tlitU'rc. .
AK me rtcovtrvl
KiifivrTr, tivtiin ei
Itytriuiil ague, tlic
tiuit, how tliey reov
- end health, cheerful
lil'llt, and good f-
' pttlt tty will H
you by tiiklng (Sim
mon ' Liver H'K-
I IIKOIIKAI'KST, ANUBhol t'AMLY Mtl-
IU.N iIJK OI'LU.
lur DVSI'Kl'Si A fiivsl iia IIIlN .Imidl i.
liUi-u. ailj.. cluH UbADAUlb, Colic, He
pruMiuii of ApttUi. OOCKBIUAIACII, iieart
iiuru, tie tic.
mi viurtvalled 6outiern lit-medy U wjr-
raiue I nut tu conutu a article of Mecury,
or any lujiuiom buu.uuo, but i
oontamlni ttioe houthem root and h.rba whli h
aa all wue I'roTliUaoe Iwa placed in couulrie
wnen Liver lieaw prtv 11. It Will cure all
dlacatei cau.ed bv derarjeement of the l:ver
luc .vuiDtouii of Lleer Coniultint are a bit
ter or Uul usu in the mouth i I'aio in the baci ,
aldei r,r lulnfji. ritr. n ntihfjikn tAr rhMililK
I turn aour atoiuech, loot ol appetite, bowi'l
wiiiaiiy co.iive anu lax oeauacue, iub ui
been dune debility, low (pirlll, a Ibli.k yel
low a, , urauue ol the akin and eye, a dry
couKb oltea iuiataan lor conaumption.
Bviuclrue many of Umm ) luptonn aitcBd
the diaHuxi, at oilier very lew, but the ll.er, the
Urgi-at orKan in the body, la veurrally the (cat
of diacawa and If not reKUlated In time, K"
auflericg, wratcbednei and DLA1 U will en
I can reooinmead as aa effleacloua reniedy for
dieeaaeeol tut Livrr, Heartburn and Lly.peptie,
Miuiount' Liver lUnclalor. Lawia WiMitia,
!7o, Jdanier alreet, Aaalaunt f oUBaalcr, r'bU
adelohla. "We hare tasted ita vlrtuea, personally, and
now Uut for Ujapepd', Uiliuu.ner and
Throbbuig Uradacbe it u the beet unxltcme liie
World ever we, We luve trieil forty oiber
I infl in petore flmiuout' Livur lKiiUtor,
but noue of luetn gar. ua more than temporary
relud; but the KvrfiiU'or DJt only reiiev ti
but cured u.''Lo. XfcLaoaaru Alio UutM
oaa, Alacoo. tia.
Nothing is 10 unpleuant, nothing so common
aa luul breath, and in nearly every ca it ouinee
Iroin tlie sUiiuun, aivl can be ao eaaily aorreew
e.. it you will luA aluiuiona' Liver Itrgulatur,
lo but neglect ao aure a reineuy for tula ro
puUlvedi. order. It will Uj improve tour
Appetite, oom'ilexiou, and inner at ileal th.
This dlttntalug aflln-Uon otxura moat fre
quently. I lie uuliiroance 01 the atoiaach,
ari.ing from imperfectly diwe.Kl cuutenu,
caUM a aevtre pain lu tnt hel, aaxompatiird
wiui diaacrera4e nauceu, and line coiutiiuiea
irtiat u populaiiy known a nick Heeylaclic. tor
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain fonr medical element, never
found lu toe nine happy pitipvrtioo In any
other preparation, lu: a Hemic Calharti:, a
poweriui louio, a unexceptirnaiae aitvraiive
and a certaiu Currecute ol ail iiujjtiniiee 01
'he toly. fiuchaigual auccta. hi atleliiled It
ua t at It i How regarded a uu
. . Aa a Keiuedy in
MvLAIUOCH reVLttt, lt'MKL CUM
fLALNTs, UygFtlVlA, 41K.NTAL liBl'H. e.
alCN, KkilLiosMiS-,, JAU.tHlCK. AC-
(Sfc , Sick HhAU cHfc, LU'lC. CU.SolU
AllU.N and 111 lOLS.VKoS
Armed with ihla AX I IUOTK. all chanire of
ellmata and wun may l faced with
out tear. A a itenjcuy in hal.auikl.1
Ke.Ve.KS, BO-v'tL CoMPCAIMa, Ktal
Ltoj.MuS, JAU.NOICK, MaX'StA,
Maklrac-Tuaao olt t
J. 11. ZblLEK,
Price fl.W. Bold by all Uniji.u.
E. F. Kunkol'i Bitter Wine of Iron
The zreat U:ceienl deligotof the ptople.
lo (act uotning of tne Xiad haa ever beeu offers J
to tne Aiujiu peopie which tu so quickly
found it. way into their good tavorand henty
auproval at .. V. Kuakei'i Hitler Wioe ol iron.
II Joe all it propoM. ana inua give umvcr.a
aatiu faction. It i Kuaranieed to cur the wont
oa.es otdytpepiia or indigeation, kidney or
Uver tiKc, weaUne, nervonsne, connipa
tion, acidity of tbeatomach, c. Get tne gen
uine. Only Ijld in $1 bottlee. Depot and of
Ike. avJX'orth Mnth street, Pnlladelphi. Ak
iit Kuukei'i and take so other. Bold by all drug
giata. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia.
K. K. Kiinkel a Hitter Wine of Iron It a ure cure
for thieducatt. lthaabrea preiaihed daily iur
atany yews in tne practice ol eminent pnysiciant
with unparalleled tucaesa. Nvmnlomi arc lo of
appetite, wind and ri.ing offood,dryne- in mouth,
bcadai'hc, iliinnciu, tlecplcgsneia and lo spirit,
lie! the genuine. Not Mid in bulk, only in tl bot
tles: Bold by all druniiu- Aek for r. F . Kun
kd'l Bitter wine of lrjn and taKe no other. (1
per bottle, ornx bouletfoi All I a k i a trial
of this valuable medicine. A trial will convince
you at once.
Worms, Worms, Worms.
E. K, Ihinkel's Worm Svrun never falla to
reiuove all kind of Worm, beat, pin and
t'.ornach Worm are readily removed by Kun
kel'a Worm Hyruti Dr. Kai.k'l 1 the only
.uuceasful phtiiciaa In thi country that can
rvraove Taue Worm in from two to four bourn.
lie h no fee until head ana all nanii alive and
in tbia space ot time. Cominoo tenae leachta
it Tape Hormoan be removal, .11 other Worms
can readily be removed. Ask your drueRtst for
a bottle ol Hunkers Worm Hvrup. Price al.uu
iernotue. it never mi oraeua to tneoo tor
for circular. No. iiJ Norto XinUi St., Philadel
bin. Advice free,
HMppiuasor lit ' it
Dr. W. E. lioyt ol 25 years succeiMul
practice Ktiat unit-en 8 petti v anil peiinan
cut cure ol all Chronic, bcrolulous, Pri
vate, byptiiietlo and female Diseases,
Spermatorrhoea, or gell-abuse, at bis
Medical lnetiiiite, A(?nn & Cheney lilock,
opposite the City Hull i'urk, Syracuse,
N. Y. Medicine sent to all parts ol tne
U. S. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertisint; quicks who throng our large
cities, but consult Dr. iloyt or send lor
circular treating on his specialities to his
P.O. Box 276.
Ladiks My great liquid French
remedy, Anile lt Femme, or Female
Friend, Is unfailing in the euro of all
painful and dangerous diseases ot your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brines on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous and spinal atlec
tlons, pains In the back or limbs, heavi
ness, latltfue on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot tbe heart, lowness of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, and all
painful dlscasrsoccasloned by a disorder
ed system It effects a cure when all other
means tall. Price $2.00 per bottle, sent
by mail. Dr. VV. K. iloyt, Box 276,
Syraetif N. Y.
NOTICE Olf FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Stat nf Minnie, Alexander county. Estate of
iianiri ii, rniiups, iieceassa ti
Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the lltd
day of Muck, A. I). 1M7S, the undsraigned s
ministr nor de bonis nun of ealoaesta o will pre
cent to the countv court of Alex atader Bounty a
the oourthou in Cairo, Illinois, 0( a teim there
of to be bolden, his final report hi ecu and
doings as administrator de bonis non, and ask
the court to bedischarged from any and all fur-t
ther dutlea and responsibilities con necied win
said estate, and his administration thereof, -t
whir.h time and tjliaea .nnh kimm. . .
. frt mw-mmw mm k, mwr,
etted mar be present and resist such applliationa
Ltf they choose so to do.
... , -vw',,,?l!t, ooais non
Cairo, lilt., 1st). I. lei. v - i IhU ,
A Frenchman named Duverne has pro
posed to the Chicago Common Council to
furnish meals of three course, including
j Roup, meat, et?., for eights cents a meal
lot no city poor and to those who may
wWi to patrunizo him.
A fanner living near Eaa Claire, Wis.,
visited that place, made more money than
he expected, got drunk, and, in going
home, drove hia horses off a Lank fifty
foet high. 0n of the horses was killed,
the other maimed, and the wagon smashed
in pieces, but the farmer, being thoroughly
drunk, was not hurt.
The famous canvas-back ducks of
Chesapeake hay derive their peculiar
flavor from the wild celery on which they
SSL BSi1 leJaWketi'ptteD
celery to domestic ducks fur a week or
two before killing them, with the result
of greatly improving their flavor.
Mcechasts b Troy, N. Y., are
muling a torn in silver on their own ac
count. They have purchased Mexican
dollars in New York at the rate of 90
cents to the dollar, and arc paying them
to their employes at their face value,
pocketing 10 per cent, by tbe operation.
There arc some things which even
a baronet can not do. The London
Timet sent out Sir Henry Havlock, M.
P., as its war correspondent, and the ex
citement of the scene, with bis exag
gerated sense of his own importance, so
thoroughly overcame him that Mr.
Ilelano had to order him home. .
Considerable progrees is claimed for
the French colony of Algiers. Between
1871 and 1870, 288,831 additional hec
tares of land became colonized, 120
villages and hamlet were established
upon this tract, and tho agricultural
.European population of tho country,
which in 1872 was 100,549, rose in the
succeeding four years to 123,304.
A farmer named It. Telford, a few
miles north of Oconto, Wis., sold a load
of hay to the Boom company at Marinette,
in which he had concealed about six hun
dred and sixty pounds of sand, in bags,
which he took off between the scales and
the barn. The fraud wan discovered, but
tho man got off with his pay. A few
days afterward he brought two more loads,
and was committed for trial.
Secretary Sheuman is of the opinion
that the tax on tea and coffee should bo
restored. Experience has shown that the
chief advantage ot a free breakfast table
has accrued to China and Japan, and
that while, by the removal of the duty,
the Government has lost a revenue of
$19,000,00fi xmsutners have gained but
a very blight oencfit.
A lady living in Washington, who lost
a valuable gold watch at tho Centennial
exhibition last year, had it returned to her
recently with a letter saying that the per
son who stole it was not a professional
thief, but took -the wa tch in a moment of
great temptation, and, Boon repenting the
mh act, had been ever since trying to
learn the address of the owner ; and hav
ing at last learned it, returned the property
and begged forgiveness.
American horses are appearing in
London in front of English carriages.
A Kentucky horse worth 8125 can be
transported to Liverpool for j?60, and
then sold for $300. One of the recent
steamers carried out twenty-four carriage
horses for tho London market. Tho
voyago seems to agrco with them, for
they gain in weight and aro very frisky
when they reach land. The branch of
American export trade has been greatly
enlarged during the past year.
Mr. Copcubcrry, of Buck Elk, Mo.,
letl his houso the other day, for tho pur-
poso of carrying some hay or straw to a
distant part of tho farm, lie tied up a
bundlo of straw with a rope and placed W
upon his shoulder and proceeded to climb
thefenoo, when ho-slipped and fell, the
bundlo litllinct on ono side and himself on
the other. When in the act of falling,
a loop in the ropo caught around the old
gentlemen's neck, and he was thus choked
- Tho amount of sugar annually eon
Butned in (iroat Bntain is 000,000 tons,
being about 60 pounds for every one of
the population. Raw sugar, when im
ported, contains from 2 to 3 per cent, of
impurities, as tnucn as tnrco ions oi
Btono havo been found in a single cargo.
According to experiments mado by lr,
Cameron of Dublin and Dr. Ilassell of
London, as many as 100,000 mites aro
sometimes found in a pound of raw sugar.
A case was lately Wore the Circuit
Court, ulasgow. which showed that or
senio was mixed with sugur, ' A captain
was charged with causing the death of
several seamen by serving out putrid
pork to them, but, on the sugar being
analysed by Dr. Maclacan of Jfidinburch,
it was found to contam sufficient arsenic
to cause death.- This sugar WM supplied
w we snip it cwiao. jv ' -;
A new and w9c!enul Inventlea 'ox
wauling. Wuxeal lismaji; caw xn
soap tor waHhing anything ; tvh s In one
third of the time; wanbe I) hard or soft
fot or cold wster; the any preparation
vor lnvetted that will praeitt woolen
i r oiu anoang; wont) tour imei it price
or wanning woolens alone. I
Mrs. Hetry Ward Beechcr
recommends It to all housekeepers, ssys:
'They will rejoice both lor aonomy's take
Had the saftey ol Uclr clotbrig, and that It
can no more injure clothing ir hands than
common warm water,"
SVAHCUT JOn !,
21 Piatt Street, ew York.
CfTUarclay Bros, will supply trade in
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
3f Its peculiar mechanical action, W esteetn
3d an article ol merit; but Benson's Capcine
P nous Plaster 1 considered an article of
sxtraoruinary merit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, in addition, pov
testes medicinal qualities ol a remarkable
cature, which causes it to act at once,
relieve pain immediately, and cure where
Jtjifir JL'oroug Planters will .vot iiacxj-A'tMia
Diaauw. Oilck in the Back. Kidney Hiaeaw',
fpraina and lirnim, Sever Pains and Stttehe
VY eaknesa of the Hack, elc
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received the Highest Medal st the Centennial,
ills now the standard remedy. Its as-
tonUhlng pain relieving and strengthening
juaiiiies attracted tne attention oi the cen
tennial Jurrors and thousands of physicians
who vitdted the Centennial, who pronounc
ed It tbe best remetiy ever Invented for the
l "jove ailments, told py all Drufrirlhts.
Price. 25 cents,
ifflr Barclay Bros, will i-upply the trade
Itluttrated Monthly Magaime.
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. ica a vjiwiusue-w inusiraiiuns, oniv iw,
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Ftc' Illustrated Priced Catalogue,
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Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garde's.
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tifully drawn rnl colored Irom natuie. Price W
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Vick'a (Analogue, riOO Illustrations, only Ictt.
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Tict'i Flower and Vegetable Seed.
Are planted by a million people in America,
Pee Vick' Catalogue SM illustrations, only t
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jl'i erWtie q'niuitt and tmllenct "i luttt 'ar
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A f Extra Fine Mixed Card a, with nam;
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I jSC'f'fa week at home Outtlt wojth 1$
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WANTED Menard women To good relia
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the year The best businesn ever offered to sgenta
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rowies : i rent you a cia ior iw? iwamu,
Cirscc's Salve. I nave had two and have used
'.hem on an ulcer on mv foot, and It isaimou
well. KeepccUuDyyous.C. J. Tan Ness.
rrioeZl cents abos at all dratrglits, orfent by
muilon receipt of 35 cents Prepared by Sem
w r owle It Bons.M uarruon avenue, iroii,
Is a Certain, Prompt and Reliable Remedy for
the prevention and curt of
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh
anu uu Dir-easxaoi iu vuuoi,
Throat and Luns.
ik I., .(.a u.,tl. u.w.mmMMt In. all rliane.
Jl IB also e.riienuy itwi. .-. -
ders of tlie uervoui sad blood systems being liu-
, , li ..-.i iiuul
eqUHieo as a nerve oioiiu iuu .vw
fulmona may be ordered tkrough any dealer
In medicines or direct from Oscar U Hoses, sole
proprietor IS Courtl.mil street. New York,
l'rioe one dolUr per bottle Important clrodar
sent free to applicants
All sufl erers trom this disease "
xloust o be cured should try vr. Kiss,
ncr'a Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will euro Consumption and all
diseases of the throat and lung ludeed,
ao strong Is our faith In them, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
wllllorward to every mflerer, by mat
postpaid, a free trial box. '
We don't want your monoy until you art
perfectly atttdiedol their curative powers.
If you life la worth saving, don't delay In
giving these powders a trial, as they wll
rrloe, lor large box, 3. sent to iny part
( the United States or Canada by mail on
reosipt of pnee. Auuress,
ASH ft BOBBINS,
800 Fulton 8UesL Brook lr, M. H
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Tbe fleet steamer
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Leaves Cairo everr SATIIKOAV.
Kach boat makes close connections at Cairo
With flrstrcUaa steamer for bt- Louia.Mem-
fihi and New Orlean. and at Evansville with
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and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fot.aU
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Or to . J. tiHAMiLElt,
dnpenntendent and Gneral Vraigbt Agent,
Notice ii hereby given that I will be at
the fo.iowlng named pi ace, at the times
below stated, for tne purpose of collecting
tbe revenue of Alexander county, Ills., Ior
the year A I)., 1877, to-wlt:
Al the store bouse ot K. Cuiley & Co., In
Clear Cretk precinct.oo Monday, February
At the store house of R. A. Edruundon,
in Clear Creek precinct, on TuesJy, Feb
ruary 20th, A. I)., 1878.
At tbe store houe of B. F. llrown fc
Bro., in "'hebes precinct, on Wednemlsy,
February 27tb, A. I) , ln7S.
At ibe store bouse of A. II. Ireland, in
Santa Ke precinct, on Thursday, February
vSth, A. U., 18,8.
At tbe atore bouse of F. I). Atliertnn,
Co., In Goose Island ptecinvt. on Friday,
March l.t. A. L)., 18T8.
At tbe remdence ol N. IIunsacker,ln Dog
Tooth precinct, on Saturday, March Sod,
A. D, 1878.
At tbe ftore bouse of W. It. llooppaw, In
Hodge's Park, Unity precinct, on Monday,
March a ih, A. D., Ic78.
At tho stare house of O. V, Short, in
Sandusky, Unity precinct' on Tuesday,
March f)tli, A. I) 1878.
At tbe store house of Sam Uargrave, in
Toledo, Hazlewood precinct, on VS'ednes
day, March Ulb, A. I)., 1&78.
At No. Oi Ohio Levee, South Cairo pre
cinct, on Thursday, 7th, FriJay, 8th, and
Saturday, 0th days in March, 1878.
At tbe courthouse in Norih. Cairo pre
cinct, on and alter March Uto. 1878.
rETEtt 8 A UP,
Sherlfl and Collector. '
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 4th, 1878. 2-7 4-w
Consumption, that scourge of humanity, Is
tbe great dread ot Uto human family, in all dril
1 fed confident that I am in possession of the
only sureto infallible remedy now known lo
he profcoaion lor the speedy, positive cure ol
hat dread diseaae, and its unwelcome coacoui
itanta, vizi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debility, etc., etc. I am old fogy. I be
hove in medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rience as a busy practitioner in the beat con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
hae btught me the value of proper medics Hon
both local and constitutional in the cum of 'Ma
great enemy of our race. 1 have found it, ilut
I am digresaing. I started ut to say to those
suffering with consnmpt.on or any of the above
maladies, that by addressing me, giving symps
tours, they ehall be put in possession jotlil
great boon, without Uiart-e, and shall have the
benelll of my experience in thousands of is
successfully treated, f ull particulars, direc
tions for preparaUon and use, and advice and
Instructions tor successful treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by return
mail, free ol charge, by addressing
UK. JOHN S. BURNETT,
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NOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT' .
Stste of Illinois, Alexander county.' ss. Estate
of Daniel Lampert, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the Hth
day of March, A lt. Is,, the underaigued ad
ministratrix of said estate will present to the
county court of ald Alexander county, at tbe
courthouse In Cairo, Illinois, at a term thereof
lb' n to be bolden, her final report nf ber sets and
doiag a administratrix, and ask the court to be
diacuarged from any and all further duties and
responsibilities connected with (aid istats, sad
her administration thereof, st which time and
placesucb persons as are interested may be pres
ent and resist sum application If they choose so
to do. MAttUAlttT LAMPaKT. .
Cairo, III., Feb. 1, 1878. n-livrtt
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, .
Eitate ol Margaret Cameron, Deceased,
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed
Administrator ot tb Estate or Margaret
Cameron, late of tba County of Aleiander
and Bute ol Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice thrt be will appear belore the
County Court of Alexander County, at the
Court House in Cairo, at tbe April Term,
on tbe Srd Monday in April next, at which
time all persons havlrg claims against said
Estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having tba tame adjust
ed. All Ptont indebted to laid Estate
are requested to make Immedlats payment
in to usuvr.iu.u ' - i i c-i rr
Datedthls)thdaT0f Fab., A.D.18fT8.
w . nvufmBtf avamiwivatoT.
'iiwwaf . r
' 'afrirr,iia '
Arc not adveitlicd as "cure-alls," bat ar peclf
ha ia tit diseases ior which they ar recom
NATUBAL SELTCCTIOIT. ,
Investigator of natural science have demon
strated beyond controversy, that thronghnex ths
animal kingdom the "survival ol the fittest" Is the
only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity.
Doe not the same principle govera the commercial
prosperity of man? An inierior cannot supercede a
superior article. By icasoa of superior merit, Or.
fierce'! Standard Medicines have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In the United Bute alone ex
seeds one million dollar, per annum, whir tb
amount exported foots up to several hundred thou
sand more. No business could grow to such giffia
tic proportion and rest npoa any other nasi than
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-cleanslng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Tonic. 1
Golden Medical Discovery
Ily reason of its alterative propeities, cures disease
of the Blood and hkin, as Dxofuia, or King's fcvll ;
Tumors J fleers, or Old .fores J Blotches; fimples;
and Eruptions- By virtue of Its Pectoral proper
ties; it cures Bronchi tl, Throat and Lnng Affec
tions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Ceughs;
and Chroaic Laryngitis. lu Cholalogue properties
render it an unenualed remerfy tor Jliliousness) Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint;" and its Tonic
properties make It equally etucacious in curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Oypepsia.
Where the skin is sallow and cuvcred with blot
ches and pimples, or where there are (crorulous af
fections and swellings, a few bottles of Cioldcn Med
ical Discovery will effect 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 distress, bad taste inm.uth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spints
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering trom Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness." In many cases of "Liver Com-
filaint," only part of these symptoms are experi
enced. Asa remedy for ail such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects
perfeet cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No Care Required
while Using. tbem.
The "Little Giant'' Cathartic, or Ml'LTL'M I
PAItVO fUYSlO, scarcely larger than mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coated i hey remove the
necessity ol taking the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore so much in use.
As a remedy for Headache, Dizziness, Rush of
iliood to the Head. T lihuiess about the Chest. Bad
I Taste in the Mouth. Eructations from the Stomach,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice, Pain in the Kidneys.
HighJy-C'oloied Urine, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are unsurpassed.
Furthermore, 1 would say that their action is uni
versal, not a qland escaping their sensitive impress.
Age does not impair the properties ol ihese Pellets.
'I hey are sugar-coated and inclosed in gloss bolUes,
their virtues thereby being preserved nnimpaircu
for y lengtn of time, so that they are always fresh
and reliable. This is not the case with I hose pills
which are put up in cheap wooden er pasteboard
la. The oauy of - P.l!e h., r.rrd the
most obstinate cases of scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Sore Eyes,
and Eruptions. They are, however, recommended
to be taken ia connection with the Golden Medical
Discovery, ia order to secure the best results.
The remedial management of thosa diseasea
peculi ir to women ruts afforded a urge expeii
ence at the World's Dispensary, of which Dr.
Pierce is the chief consulting physician, in adapt
ing remedies for their cure. nr. Pierce's Fav
oiite Piescriptton ia tbe result ol 'his extender
experience, and has become justly celebrated for
Its many and remarkable cures ofaU those chron
ic diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restorative
Tonic to tbe enure system. It is a nervine of un
surpassed efficacy, and, while It quiet nervous
irritation, it strengthens tbe enfeebled nsrvotta
system, thereby restoring it to healthful vigor.
1 he following diseases are among those in which
tho Favorite Prescription has worked magie
cares, via. Leucorrhrea, or "Whites," Exces
sive Flowing, Painful Menstruation, Uanatural
suppressions, Weak Back, Prolapaus, or tailing
of i he Uterus. Ante vei sun, Ketroveislon, Bear
ing Down Sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulceration ol the Uterus, Inter
nal Heat, Nervou Depression, Debility, Des
niand nov, and very many other chronic diseases
pecular to women, but not mentioned here.
The following Ladle are a lew of the many
thousand who can testily to tbe elUcacy of Dr.
Pierce' e Favorite Prescription, from experience
a Mr Cornelia Allison, Peosta, Iowa, Mrs TUoa
J Methvin. Hatcher's Station, lis; MrsT A tey
muur, llome.N Yj Mrs km nets ijuawlck, r
gaile. Ohio Mr Leroy Putnam, North Whar
ton, Pa ; Mi Mary A llunolt, Eplna, Mo; Mr
Wary A Frisbie, Lehman, Pat Mrs D KCiill,
CbilUcoth, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E M alone, West
Springileld. Pa; Mr R Hiatt, Kmporla. Kan;
Mis Louise Pratt. Dodgevilie, Mass; Mr LA
Dashield, Norfolk, Va ; Mrs C Allison, Proctor,
Iowa ; Mrs J N Vernon, bt. Thomas, Oat t Mra
S U Moian, M North Howard stieet, Baltimore,
Md ; Mrs Lncy Cullman, Bsrumvllla, Ohio, Mrs
Nanov McNaaght. Jefferson, Iowa; Mr L U
Stemrod, Friendship, S Y ; Miss kllen Cady,
Wrstaeld.N Y; Mrs Anthony Amann, Verona,
N Y ; Mrs B N Kooks, Umrvl Kaptda, Mich) Mr
F 11 Webb, Watertown, N Y . Thousands of ref
crencoe ean be given at the World's Dispensarv.
Dr. B.V.Ptca Is the eole proprietor and
tnanufaoturer of tbe foregoing re ntediea, all of
which are cold bydrugglaU. He it also the
Author of the People's Common Sense Msdicd
Adviser, a work of nearly one thonssml pages,
with two hundred and eighty-two wood-engTaT-Ings
and colored plates. He has already sold of
this popular work : ,.. ..-.
; PRICE (post vaWp 60.
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HENBY L. HALLIDAT, Vies Pient. ,
A. B. HAJFOBJ), CaShleT.
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L. Haixidat, W. P. Uaixoay,
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Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and S"ld. -
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
QHAHTEftED MAROH St, 18 0
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, Pnsldent,
8 8. TAYLOR. Vic Preeident.
W. HYSLOP. Beo'y and Treasurer.
P.W. IUhclat, Chas. GALicntn,
F. M. Stocktlbth, Pact S. Bcnun,
H, B. CoaHixaHAsi. P.. L. Haluoay,
J. M. Psiujn,
ISTERE3T paid on deposits at the rata ot six
percent, per annum, March let and Sep ten,.
wr 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added imme
Lately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
rlvine thn -nvid lntemt.
Married Women and Children may
i'wpasu money ana no one
else can draw it.
Opn every bnBtnessday rromta.m. to 8 p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
rora 8 to S o'clock.
W. ET8MP, Treaaurer.
F. Boss, PreslilenL H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Veil, V ice Proa' t, T. J. Kertb, Asst. Cssh'r
mill ,110117 .1,
Corner Oo nmarolad At, and 8th Streo
F. Brass, Cairo. H m Kluge, Cairo.
P. N'eff, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A. t-usanka, Cairo. K. L. billinasiy, et Louis
K. Buuir, Cairo. H. W.lls, Cairo.
K. 11. Brinkman, St. Louis.
, J, Y, Uemsoo, Caledonia.
A iDencrnl HnnkinkT Bualneaa Done
(tf Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n the savings Department, collection made,
nd all business iiruuiullr attended to.
WUOLEgALE AJJD RETAIL.
Xj -A.Tl.Gr3I! ST
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th atreet and Commerai At
O. O. PATIER & CO.
Bv nn Immense practice, extending through a
period of years, having within that time treated
ninny tlionaand cases ot tltose dl-eaae peculiar
lo woman. I have been ennbled to perlecl a
nioet potent and agreeable medicine thul meets '
tlie indications presented by that class ot di
eaoa with iwsitlve certainty and exactness.
To designate this natural sneeifle compound,
I have named it
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however. Is bnt a feeble expression
ot my high appreciation of its value, based upon
my own personal observation. As a close ob
server. I have, while witnessing- It posiUve re
sult in tlie few speciul diseases Incident to the
separate organism ot womnn, singled it out as
the climax or crowning go in ol my
medical career. On its menu, as a posi
tive, sate, and effectual remedy for this class
of diseases, and one that will, at all times and
under all circumstances act kindly and In har
niony with the laws which govern the female
system, 1 am willing to stake my reputation ss a
physlcinn. Nay, even more, so eonUdent am I
that- it will not disappoint the most sanguine
expectations of a single Invalid lady who uses II
for any of the ailment for which I recommend It,
that r ofl'er nml sell it under A rosiTIVK
UUAHANTEE. U a beneficial effect is not
experienced by tbe time two-thirds ot the con
tents of tho bottle are nsod, I will, on retnm el
tlie bottle, two-thirds of tlie medicine) having
been taken aoronting t diractusn. and tne on)
being one for which I recommend it, promptly
refund tlie money paid for it. Had 1 not the
most perfect confidence In lta virtnes. I eonld not
oiler ft as I do under thesa conditional hm ha.
Ing witnessed It trulv
sands ef oases,. teol warraaleet and
perieciir aaie m rlaklag bolb rwy
repatatlon aud ay money oa iw
Tbe following ara among those diseases ia
which my t'avorlto Proacrlptlost baa
worked oures. aa U bv msorln. and ith a ean
tninty never before attained by any medlcirra:
S. . . 1 ".aceasivs, lowing, . rainitu
Monthly Periods, Suppresslona when from ua
natural entises, irrogulitritle, Weak Back, Pro
btpstis, or falUng of the Uterus, Aatevarsion sad
Retroversion, Bearing Down Sensations, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
pondency, Tkrastened Miscarriage, Cnatnto
Congestion, Inflnmmatlott aad UloeraUon of th
Utaru. ImrjoMBoy,Barrmoas,r SterUitr, Fe
male Weakness, and very many other chiwala
disease tneidenl lo woman not mentioned her,
In all affection of thi nature, my Favorila
Prescription workj cures lata marvel l
the world. Tbismedlotneldeaotextolua
cure-all, but It admirably fulfill a) al !
neaa ol jaarttoaey being a tnost perm
speoitlo In all ctuoui disease of tba sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint, aoe Watt -
it do harm, ia any suteogeoailloo,
Thosa who deslra tnrtbef tnfonaatien oa
these subject enn obtain it la Tax Paorttra
Comxom eJiftsa MlDtOAi. Avialta. a book
of over WO page, sent, post-paid, aa jrecalu
of $ l .50. If treat mlivnlery oT thosa alaaa.ee.
peculiar to Females, and gives xiuea taluubl)
adteco In regard to the laaiuvgtmeaa at kys
affeotiona. ; .Ti . ,
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