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BLUE FLANNEL SUITS.
Vfi offer DLU13 FLANNEL SUITS, well bound, hfcif lined and
Bioely nude -Coat, Pants and Vc st-for
We have Blue Flannel Buits for Men aad Boy a.
To those wtio wiuh a gnarantoe of Fast Color we will subject the
Goods to the only known test, that of Nitrio Acid.
Suits at Low Price warranted to be Fast Colcr.
We nover guarantoe an articlo unless wo are auro. Last year we
gave guarantees, and for reference too tho Editor cf this Journal.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
X . . 'I IH ! . .1 - I ' - 1 - - '- ' -J.-"l. -1L-.LJI1
WEUNKSUAV, April 17, 1878,
Kev. II. V. tifore in home h'uin.
-Mm. J. II. Metuall in ctlll quite ill.
Police con rU are (niii't place thc.e
Mr. John ijute la under the
-Tin' tnx rihI banket factory II lull ol
The Cairo and St. Iaiuia railroad Ih
dniiijr a nooi butdneM.
Dr. Artrr I iiitftrovlntr rapidly and
U almoin ahkjN) Hit up.
Mr. Henry Unpen will pay Honjfola
k vimt lor ItlM healili (V) .liortty.
Circuit court will commence grind
In; on the third Monday in May.
-Mrs. .1. B. Kellcy Iflt lor Ctii'lnnatl
mi the hfi'dincr SriiddrT yesterday.
The public gchoolg are (lourif titnif -The
attendance in unusually large.
.ludRii V omul's court is now In -Muii.
The biisincu l. onlj routine,
A largn iiuiouiit ol a tuck, bound
north, Ih pacing dully through thU eltv.
Hurjfalna in all dcpartin-nts at ).
ila, thorn & ( V. fit
Harry WalUr h-U up the oyster
toiip I ii i it ri every morning at a o'clock.
' Men and Imi) h' minuter hat at 0.
lUythoru A i'j. largest Htm k in the
Krexh ahell oysters at Harry Walk
er, if '
Cooley' cork corset are lor sale
only by . Ilaytliorn A 'i. Ot
At Harry Walker' crystal saloon
Uiay Ixi hiiind the choicest -hell oyster",
May panic will soon be in order,
and the Tuner ar the llrnt in the
Judge Marrhlldoii of ThebeH, la In
the city, and repotM everything quiet
The New Yolk store now hasoie of
the neate-t and unat eacy riiuuitig de
livery wmkoih iii the city.
Passenger travel on the several
railroad (entering at this point Is ex
treinely light Just now.
dycter soup lunch at Hurry Walker's
Crystal' saloon every veiling at U
-Kor llutter, Ka, Apples, etc., call a
No. til Ohio levee,
tl. ii. LKHiUTON
Shell oysters Ht received at the
( ry at al saloon. HakKV WaLKKR.
John W. Brown was awarded Hie
medal as the most awkward skater the
other night at Turner's hull.
Artificial teeth made, from $S 00 to
jd.'tlKJa net, at Dr. Jocrlyn's, No. 14
Kighth street, Cairo, III. 4-10-tf.
The 'J urncrs are making arrange
ments for a May picnic. .Notice of time
and place will be given In good time.
To-day Is the last day on which bids
will be received for the Hibernian en
vine house and the lot on whluli It stands.
-The auction sale ol pictures in Dr.
Waidner s building lant evehing was
wed attended, and (he sales were liberal.
Mrs. dipt. Dugan, who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. ('has. Uallgber,
left lor St.. Louis yesterday alternoon.
I Deputy Sheriff Jack Hodges is "go
lug through" the county on a tax col
lectmg lour. He is collecting personal
Street .Superintendent Oorman and
Ids gang of laborers are duing good
work on the streets in different parts ol
niery: Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they eau buy Marburgli
Bros, "Seal ol North Carolina" at the aauie
Don't lorget the tree oyster soup at
!) o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
For calsomiiiing, paper-hanging,
irululuK and painting, call on J. H.
Parks, on Seventh street at Able'aoJd
eland. 4-10-1 w
A Herman, about eighty yean old,
named Wuita committed, suicide InPai
ducah last Sunday. Dispondency, it l
laid, was the cause.
Farmers everywhere are taking ad
vantage ol the good weather lo do their
plautlng. Tbey are at least three wsekl
ahead o: J time tblt spring.
To-nljjlit at tho Bkatintr rink a prlie
will be itwardtil the iuohC graceful
Human ptrlorimT, Wlint, I he tm h
w did not hfar.
Frank Krat.ky will build a two
Ktory brick addition to hit Union bakery,
which will he oin:wliut ot nil iinjrov
oiunt to that locality.
On and In tint vicinity of .Twentieth
!rwt SupiTVui'ir Ooriiitia ia doing some
much lectin! work with a :orpn ol gomu
twelve or tliirUwn men.
Mr. John P. Brodcrlck,who has been
In Philadelphia for the last three months,
hag returned to this city to transact
business connected with his real estate.
It U said that the colored servant girl,
who was so severely burned a short time
ajjo at the resilience ol Dr. Dunning,
thoiiyh still alive, cannot recover.
A prostitute, on Thirtccilth street
between Commercial avenue aud Poplar
street, aocldeutly shot herself through
the chin the other day with a email
Mr. P. Korsmeyer is just in receipt
ol very lare and select stock of Key
West and imported cigars, to which he
calls the special attention id smokers.
Our new sto'tk ol I.vliei1 Shoes,
Sllppera, etc.. is (he largest most com
plete in the city, and should attract the
attention ol every buyer in this line.
(it. O. IUythobn A. Co.
Our new stock of Dry Oeods Is equa'
to any lu the city, and embraces many
novelties not to he found elsewhere.
all ami see them .
tit O. Haythorn' A Co.
At the Herman Lutheran church next
Sunday Hev. Diiersclmer will examine a
1 1.. for continuation, and all those who
pass will go through that ordeal the feb
Mrs. Win. Pitcher, Jr., ;ieft this
morning lor Nashville, Ills., which pla.'e
she intends making .her future home.
Mr. Pitcher, her husband, is doing a
good business in that city.
Kverybody wants them door and
window screens; cedar-cheats, ready
made; also theheat cistern pump In exit
tain, all to be had very cheap at Lan
caster & Rice'. lit
The 14th ol April has parsed and we
have not yet Been the balloon ascension
which Prol. Liiinmer snlJ he would
make on that day. Wo mention this to
retreh the memory of the proiessor.
Intelligence Office Montresser is no
where visible in our midst. Business in
his line seemed not to be as good as was
anticipated by this enterprising young
man, and consequently he haa departed
for parts unknown.
Work on the extention of the Mis
sissippi Central railroad Iroin Fillmore
City to a point opposite this city Ls being
pushed ahead with great rapiidty, and
It is expected that it will he completed
within the next sixty days.
The colord masons of Ibis clty'are
talking ot purchasing the Hibernian eni
gine house on Thirteenth street and II t
tlng It up lor s lodge room. The build
ing would answer the purpose well aud
could be made to last for years.
The next meeting of the Excelsior
Social and Literary society takes place
in the parlors of the St. Charles hotel on
Tuesday, April 2;i, for the election lot
officers and tho transaction ot other im
portant business. A lull attendance ls
The amount of vegetables of all
kinds which daily pass through this city
from New Orleans, although already
quite large, Is dally Increasing. By the
way, a vegetable car, bound for Chicago,
leaves this city every Sunday.
Invitations to the marriage of Miss
Ada Halllday and Mr. John AisthropH
have been received by a number ol our
young people. The marriage will come
, M I ..... I.' 1 n I . , . 1, An Unn,l.
uu III uiv r.piovuimi uiiuii;u vn itiuiiiibj
the 23d Inst., at 8 o'clock p.m., and
promises to be a brilliant affair.
The I elta City engine Jhousa U al
most Mulshed, the last touch ol the plas
terer being at hand. The upper story Is
a very clean and spacious apartment.
This would lie a golden opportunity for
the company to have a little hopjuyf
strawberry lestlval. "What d'yesoy,"
The ruusic written by TO S. Hays
of Louisville, lor the Cairo Temperance
Relorm club, will be sung at the club
rooms on next Friday evening by Urt.
Stansburry, Miss Black, Miss Hattie Mo
Kee, Mr. Frank Van Doreo andW.F.
McKee. It U an excellent piece 1 music,
and will, no doubt, become Ufu rallying
song ol the elub.
The auction salesNif oil paintings,
American, Qermau aud KnglltJi oil
chromos, last eveulng drew a large
crowd ol spectators and purchasers,
and the pictures ottered tor sale were
"knocked down" at extraordinarily low
(Inures. The sale will be continued this
evening at 74 o'clock. Rooms open for
visitors during the day. It
The managers of the Reform club
ball, to take place on the 24th Intst., ate
sparing no means or expense to make
the affair the grandest of the sea
son. Further particulars will be found
In the columns ol the Bulmtim on tho
date ol the ball.
We hold a communication over,
which, although It is a little more per
sonal In some respects than it should be,
will be inserted' If the writer will tend
us his name. 11 speaks ol (he numerous
prostitutes, sports and eonlldeuoe men
now In the city and particularly of the
brazen "Haunting" manner ot the Unit
Mrs. J. 11. Phillips, havinif taken
charge ol her house at the corner of
Fourteenth street and . Washington
avenue, has concluded to take
boarders. She will furnish first-class
day board Rt $:i per week, or boarding by
the month Iroiu $10 to $20.
Furnished rooms with or without board
can he obtained at reasonable rates. .
-Squire Nick llunsacker Is in towu.
He says there never was a better pros
pect at this season ol the year for an
abundant yield of wheat. The "fly" or
"bug" that has made 1U appearance re
cently in the wheat, he says, is doing no
damage. In his locality wheat is begin
ning to head out, and he thinks that by
the middle ol May it will be ready to
Children t ry for Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant lo take at honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleteri
ous ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome Ir
ritation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mottierscan rest, ami children enjoy
liealtn, who use Castoria. It is harmless,
it is certainly speedy, aud It is cheap.
The boarding house ol .Mr. Win
O'Callahan has just receive an entire
overhauling and uow present a very at
tractive appearance. The painting and
the graining Is executed with the best
tacte. anil nroves the stranger who did
the job to be a man ol more than ordi
nary ability. By the way, Mr. O'Calla
ban's hotel Is conveniently located tor
travelers by river or rail, and since mine
host O'Callahan, is a genial and ac
comodating gentleman, he should, and
doubtless will, receive his diare of pat
ronage in this line.
Mrs. L. J. Spears has returned lroin
laying in her spring stock of millinery
and notions. 'She can say without fear
ot contradiction that her stock through
out is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only aks the
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that she competes success
tully with all others In these goods. She
will have auctions on the first Saturday,
Iron) y a.m. to 10 p.m. ol each month
to make room, as she will receive new
goods in the latest style dally. She will
be pleased to show goods to all who may
call. Cor. 8th street, in the Alexander
county bank bank building. .Kl-l m
A shock log aoc'.dent occurred on
Friday last a short distance above I'nlty
in this county, by which au old colonel
woman came to her death In a singular
and shocking manner, bhti was sitting In
her house smoking a pipe, when some ot
the tire lell into her lap aud Set tire on her
clothing. She tried to put out the lire
hut could not, aud when It commenced to
dame she started to run to her husband,
who was working a couple ot hundred
yards away from the house,
tier screams attracted his attention but
before he could get to her she was so
baildly burned that she died in a very
abort time. Our Informant could not
4'ive us the name of the unfortunate
creature, but vouchsafes the truth ol this
Cairo can boast ol three or lour of
as fiao miliuery establishment as any
city of her size In the State. Indeed the
nillinery trade forms a prominent feature
ol the trade of the city, and the amount
ol goods In tills line sold in Cairo dur
ing the year is greater titan many ja r-
sons are willing lo believe. Among the
new establishments which deal exclu.
slvely in the milinery line we may men
tion the new and enterprising tirm of
AlissS. II. Carson & Co., Commercial
avenue opposite Winter's block. This
firm has just received a large and com
plete new stock, which they are ready to
exhibit to those wishing to purchase.
Their stock is all entirely new, fresh and
seasonable, and will be sold at the most
reasonable price. We bespeak for the
new tirm a lair share ol patronage.
4-4 i id.
The charter election yasterdy for
members of the city couueij was perhaps
the quietest election ever held In .the
city, and fie vote polled very light, lu
the first ward Alderman ' Win. O'Calla
han was re elected without opposition.
In the second ward there were three
candidates Capt. N. B. Thistle wood.
present member ol ,the council, Mr.
Jacob Morlock and E. F. Davis. There
was not much excitement, however,
and the election passed oft quietly
The vote stood Thistle wood, 120; Mop.
lock, 84; Davis, 50. Capt. W. P. Wright
In the Third; D. J. Foley in the Fourth,
and Thos." W. llalliday In the Filth
wards, were elected without oppositi on.
Wright received 01) votes; Foley, HO, and
Halllday, 121. Thus It will be seen that
tho composition of the council is not
changed, all of the old members being
returned. 1'. Is generally admitted that
the counoll Is one of the best the city has
had for years, aud by general consent the
members whose terms are about lo ex
pire were allowed to be their ' own suc
cessors. . , i.eille'lnisn'a l.Miadrj. .
Mrs. Leltle Oolemau has raoptuod her
laundi y on Fourth street, between wash
in ton and Couimarelal vuuea, and takes
Ibis method ol lnformlag Iter old Irlends
sod batrons that ih Is airsln at thai set.
vies, aad solicits thalr pstrsnagt. Has ha
rcduosd prluei to suit tbt timet.
NEW EIGHTH STREET DBY
GOODS HOUSE. '
Iloiserv. Your choirs fmm una
dozen, from 6c. to $1.25 per pair;
complete lines Ladies', Children's
and Gents' Hose at So. per pair,
together with a full line of Amer
ican Goods at 8, 10 and IS l-2o..
wmcn cannot oe dupuoated in any
other house. English. Goods.
Full, regular, seamless 25o., worth
85c: genuine Balbrigans, silk
clocked, worth anywhere 66c, for
40a., together with elegant lines
of tinted and embroidered goods,
at from 26o.to $1.25.
A visit of inspection solicited.
DitY GOODS HOUSK,
8IU.N1I. BKKVICK ItKI'ORT.
STATION. LOW wAraa. KiM or Fall
rt. IN. PT. IN.
Clni 2.1 I , U
Cincinnati II 016
liavenport :i i
Loiiiavllla X '
Keokuk 4 S 0
St. Luuia II 4 j
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Sergeant Mutual .Vrvict, U. H. A
ConiuoJore Kounlz la lu St. Louis.
Capt. J jo. Spau is sick in New Orelans,
Capt. K. W. Iuggau left for St. Louli
W. K. Packer is mauler of lu steamer
fashion and W. W, Ilouston.'cltrk.
The Sherlock from Cincinnati aud Color
ado for St. Louis had moderate trips.
Tba tug Laurel, with two barges for the
Obion river to ba loaded with stone for
Nw Orleams, cleared yesterday.
The James W. UnS made liberal addl
tlons here, and has quite a good trip for
Memphis. The Tout Meaus and barges
uansed lo Ue Ohio.
The Centennial and J. M. Keillor pused
up yextenlay morning. The latter Is 10
days out bom .New (iiivuiis and has about
l,.'iOl) torn ol Irsigut.
Capt. James Highland has moved Lis
barge yird to the bend above lb city,
where he dow holds forth for the accom
notation ol steamers and will take care ol
their parget whenever called upon.
Never Kn..wu lo Fall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
aud ilorebound has never been known to
fait In permanently curing obstiuale
coUKbn, voids, croup, whooping cough, nor
any dlneaensof the renpiralory organs, aud
it does it, too, at onto . 11 is not necessary
to take it for a loug time before you can
dim-over ita beneficial effects. Its kale in
this coiuuiuiiity U Immense, and Its popu
larity universal. It should not he classed
with compound put up by inexperienced
tiamln. Do not fall to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
eaunot disappoint you. Try it once. Trial
size 10 cenu. Kegular slis 00 cents and
one dollar. For sale by Barulay Bro's,
cor. of Kighlh street and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Alao agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never lails. Pleasant
to take, and require no physic . Price
Xnturtt liuurl ( Tonic
When the nerves are unstrung, the
headaches, the appetite is poor or In
variable, the sleep disturbed, and a gen
eral depreciation ol Vital power is ex
lierieiiced. Such a state of things cannot
long exist without the development ot
serious disca.se. The most active and
genial invigoraut known is Hoxtetter
Stnmteh Bitters. The absolute purity of
its spirituous basis and botanic Ingredi
ents gives a permanent claim to public
contidcuce, and 1U surpassing medicinal
Value is admitted by medical men ol ills.
tiiiclion, by whom it is widely used in
nrlvate uraclicc. Fever and ague both
as a preventive aud remedy dyspepsia,
liver complaint, bilious remittent lever,
constipation, choleraic complaints. tlatn
lence, and all intestinal disorders, it ls
thoroughly reliable remedy. It is the
anli-lebrile specific par excellence of the
malarial districts ot thU and other conn
tries, where diseases born of miasma
prevail, and as a geueral household re
medy it ii also universally esteemed.
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
1 am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my
LAD1H3 1CB' CKEAM.rAKLORS,
having had a practical workman ot that
city In my employ lor the past eiltt
months who worked in the largest Ice
cream factory In that city. 1 have alao
relurnlslied my parlors with line marble
top tables ana finest chairs; iu fact 1 have
as fine a place us any in the larger cities,
1 will wait ou my patrons myself and
will gee that they receive prompt atten
tion. Call and.be convinced.
I'mi. 11. Saup,
Corner Kbjhtb Street and Washington
An HisromcAi. Fact. Kvery acent
who has been steadily scllliuf the Im
proved $20 Homestead Hewing Machine
tor three years, owns his dwelling house
has a good account lu bank, is clear ot
debt, and has money at Interest, the na
tural coiiscijucnce ot securing a good
agency for superior goods at the lowest
prices, A good lirsiclass Sewing Ma
chine, most uselul reliable at all
tiiut a, easy to understand and control,
the same si.e and does the tame work
as any machines that sells at lour times
the price. There is no machine at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none so low in prtai
bv manv dollars, Tim Homestead ia
widely kuowu and used In thousands of
lainilies in the eastern ami middle states,
and daily becoming popular In the west.
It will save iu cost several times over in
line season, dulng tlie work of the family,
or will earn lour or five dollars a day
tor any man or woman who sews for a
living. ; It is the strongest machine
made, Is ready at nil times to do work
makes the si rouges t and tlneat stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
I'rlee, complete lor domestic use. lies
tluced to only $, delivered at your door,
no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permuneutanu honorable, witn
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
... .uia than ntiV other. Extraordinary
liberal oilers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established;
i ir thorn la no arreiit near von. tend
vonr order direct to the factory. Ad-
dreaa .lobn H. Kendall & Co,, U Broad
way, Mew York. oM)-12m, .
- neme Aala.
d. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Itolser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hia patrots and the public who
may favor him w tth a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
soupleof nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and Hkwh
who patronize him will have their wants
attended lo in stylo and will receive
Statiok Illinois,). .
llu..n,U. C. I 9.9,
In Ihe Circuit Court ol Alexander County,
May Term, A. I. ls.
yyoou Kiiianuouaa ana
Joseph II. Kitteutioum),
partner doing busmen
under the tirin name ol
'Wood Klttenbouse ii
lirother," i lo Attaubnieht,
Samuel It. Thompson, Imind i'M 48
Joun sinnot and &u
ward P. Oilaon, as part
ners doing business un
der the tirm name ol "S.
K. Tbomnaon ft Co."
Notice is hereby glvcu to said above
named detendauta thai a writ of attach
nient has been sued out of the Circuit
court, at the suit of mid plaintiffs against
am ueieoimum ior aaiu aum or live nun
dred thirteen and lurtj-ciuht one hun
dredth dollars, dirocted to the sheriff ol
said Alexander county to execute, wnica
writ uaa neea relumed ny said auerlrl exe
cuted. Mow, mites you. the said defend-
anu, shall personally he aud appear before
said court on the timt day of the nexiterm
thereof, to he holden at the court tioune in
tii city of Cairo. Illinois, on the third Mon
day of May, A. D. 1S7H, give special hall
and plead to aald action, judgment will he
entered au'ainat you in lavor of said plain-
litis and tue property attached sold to at-
esiy me same witn coats.
JUUN A IlKKVK, Clerk,
GRKRN & GlLUKRT, All'ya (or lTt'ds.
PETITION IS BAMiKL'PI'UV.
In the diairict court of the United Hiatra. for
flic iouiftern district ol Illinois.
in bankruptcy No. Ivtf.'.
In Ulc matter of Walaon U. Ilockwell, Lank-
.Notice la lineby slven that a nrtiiina ha been
filed in said court by uld Wan, in it. Kockwell,
Bow of Uouliler. In th coillliv of llonlder in llie
tint ot'cnlorado. duly ileolwwl bwikrunt umtci
uie a ii oi congreas ol .uaron oiii, iw,ina me
amendment tliereto, tor a ilincliariie auu uermi
cute thereof . from all tiiadelna and other damn
lirovable under (aid act, and mat the avuond dav
of May, A. Ii. 17S, at eleven o'clock a. ia., I
3iKiied for the bearing of the tame in laid
court, at Hie United SuUea ooiut inom ia Uia city
ot Spring add, wnen and where all crediior ol
aid bankrupt, and all other ponons in interest,
luayaileau ana anuw cauae, it any tney nave,
why ihe piayer ol'eaid iieliiioner tliould not he
Krauted. ckultOKl' UoWK.N,
i.ivaiiaa a i.anhbih, (
Attorney lor fetitioner. J
Nellre t ConlrrMilom.
okficb Ok Citv Clerk
Calio. ilia.. April 10lh.. laTB
Sealed proposals will be received at ihls
office, until o o'clock p.m. ol Tuesday, Ihe
itn day oi May. A. l. mo. Ior the UIIIdl'
and 'trading of too cubic yards of earth
on Thirteenth street, between Walnut
street aud Washington avauue.
The work to be done under me direc
tion and approval ol the committee ou
The right to reject any or all bills la re
served by the city. J. 11. I'HILI.IS,
dtU City Clerk.
To Joahua 1. Hall, as adndniaurator de bonis
nun ol Ih estate of Jluara Clark, ,le e.ne,l, the
unknown beira of lloeea Clark, deceaseil, the uu
Lnown ownera ot lou ten M") i eleven (II) and
twelve (IS), in block neveuicen. in ihe city ol
Cairo, county of Alexander and stale of lllinoii:
Henry K. tteelye, trustee for Uie use of Jamea
Kddys. the unknown owners ol Iota on 0) to
eight (S), both inclusive, in block eighteen (IS),
in the said city of Cairo; the unknown heirs ol
f.iudtey If. feeler, deceased; Hirain Walker,
NVUliaiu Mather, the uuknown heir and devi
sees of tteujaiuin t KUWard, deceased ; George
savit and Aneice Kagsdale. You, aud each ol
you, are hereby notified that on the 4lli day ol
April, ioi, the Cairo and Vincnws ratlroud
ooitiny tiled in the ottioe of the clerk ol ihe
Alexander county circuit court a petition to con
demn, lor the use of aaid railioad, aiuona-at
other, lots ten (lu), eleven (11) and twelve (U),
in block seventeenth (17); lots one (I) to eiKlit
(e), both inclusive, in block eigau-en (is) -, lot
one (I) in block twenty ), all iu the city ot
Cairo, cotiniyoi Alexander anil slate ol Illinois ;
also lots two i2). aix(ii). elcm (11). Uve CM.
even (7), eight (b), twelve ll1.') and lourleen
(14), In the llotel addition to sain city of Cairo.in
Which you are interested, wblch aaid petition ia
addresaed to lion. David J. baVer, judee ot said
circuit court, piayinRthat the comuvnaation to
ue paid ui tne several ownera or lands speeineu
in na.d peiitcu may In asseaectl according to
Von are itirtlier notilled lhat llie Hon. Uavi I
.f. liaker, judge as aloreraid, ba, by tiulorm-
uent ou aaid pennon, nx.-u the Ii7ui day u
May, ls'S, as the day fur the hear in jf thereut.
Dated April VOi, ls78.
CHerk Alexander County Circuit Court,
Bash ax 1. Win blur,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Off ICR OF ClTV t XI'BK, 1
Cairo, 111., March 1, lb7s. )
PuMIc notice 1 hereby given that on '1 luwtay
the llith day of April, A.D.1S7S, a general election
will be held lu the city of Cairo, count v of Alex
ander, state of Illinois, fur the election of one
alderman lor Ihe regular term from each ol tie
Ave wards of the city.
r or Hie purpose ot saiu election poll will be
opened at tne lollowiug-named places, vii.
in uie r trai waru. ut tue aoutnern oor oi me
Arab t ire company 'a engine bourn : iu (tie Sec
ond ward, at tile engine Houae of Uie Rough aud
Ready Fire company ; in the Third ward, at ihe
cngine.botise of ihe lllliernian Kirecom.iaiiy ;in
the rourtli ward, at the court bouse; In Uie rillh
ward, at Die alore-house building of J aiuea Car
roll, on the northwest corner ut iwcuty-vighili
street and Commercial avenue.
Hsld election poll Will be open at eight o clock
in the niorniug and continue oiiea until aei o
o'clock in the afternoon of aald day.
Ky order of the city council.
J. B. l'HHXIS, City Clerk.
Ktais or Illinois, 14 .
Alexander Co. ,
In the Circuit Couil of Alexander County.
Clemiua f. Uarllett and Vol-
ney B. Uarllett, her bun- Bill In Chancery
hand, , to
V, Foreclose llort-
Mary Htewait and Willi u gage.
W. Stewatt. J
haid detemlanls are bereti? notified that the
above entitled suit is pending in said court, aud
tl.e time and plane of Ibe return of atuuiuun in
the case is the next term of laid Ooiut, to be
holden at the court house in the city ot Cairo, in
aulil county, on Uie third Monday In Hay, A.
O. lSTri. JOHN A..RKKVK,
Uaaxis A AlLHkBT, ) Clerk of said Court
Coliipl't Solicitors. I
Notice M Vttulraeter.
- OKMCBOFClfY CI.BKK,
Caiko, Ills., April ;ird, la;H.
Healed proposals will be received at nils
office until ft o'clock p.m. of Tuesday tba
7th day of May, 1878, lor the tilling and
grading ol UJU cubic yards of eanu uu
Commercial avenue, between Thirtieth
aud Thirty-fourth streets, on the westerly
side of the V. V. It. K. track.
The work I to be done under tba direc
tion and approval Of the coiumlltec on
uiraiti. , . , ,
Toe rlgbt to reject any or all hldt Is
reserved. J. U. I'muis,
k,KUU l lil.V .WllCk..
Estate of A. 11. Sefford, deceaaeil.
The underaigned having been apointl exeen
tr a of lira last will and leataateui of A. II. rtel
ford, late of Ih county of Aleiander and atate o
Illinois, deceases!, hereby Rive notice that klie
will appear liefore tlM County court of Aieaan
der eounty, al Uie court bouae, lu Cairo, at the
Way term, on lira third Monday in vlay nat, al
which time all persons haying claims agamel
aid estate are notified aad requealed to altaud lor
tin purpose of having the same adju-ied. All
parsons indebted to aaid estate are retUele to
make intmodiate payment lo tb ttuderaigneil.
Dated this istbdav nf March, A. !.. laid.
ANNA al. HAKrOlttl,
AVi:.tH. Aatintawantnl, Must,
neaa lealttnaile. IVitioulsnfree.
asaisai j aoaiu a co.. at Uau. M
WaiBkia, Orrin M. Brainard. of the eounty
of Alexander, in the state of lllinoia, did, on toe
van or September, A. U. 177, execute ana de
liver to C. o, fa tier A Co. a chattel lUortxaaa,
wbich it recorded In the rooorder'a elUoe, ol the
count vol Aieaander, atate of Illinois, in book
"C" of chattel luurtiMir. an naire 'M'K thereby
connylng to the mi J C. O. 1'ailer Co. the
loiiowing ucsoribnl anil cnatusia, io-wii :
Two planers, two lraverintf inachinea, tigr.ibr
With belta rnr rnnninir aunie. one atatlonarv
ciiK anil boiler, eta, , to wcun the payment of
a oeruin proiuiaaory note mcntiouwi in aam
chattel mortxaKe, ami default hayina been mails
in the payment of laid note, and In to pertorni
ance of cerula other of laid conditions of aald
now, Uiernrore. notice la herciiT Kiven mat tne
imdeiaigoed of euld mortg.KU, by virtue of the
wriua and nonunion ot aaiil uioriaaKe, win,
Uu the -.Mm ayr April, A. a.la7.
I o'clock in tt.e forenoon of aaid day, at the
court liuuae, in the eouuty and atate aforesaid,
wll at public, auction t the biaheat and beat bld-
uer ior caan, all ol ma aioreiaiu goon anu
Dated lhl2l)k day of March, A. I. 1H7P.
UU. f Al IKK A CO.,
3 23 :t Mortsageea.
OHAHTGf.9 tf lttO-l Jl, 146
CITY NATIONAL BANE.
INTEREST paid on depoalU Mate.n latand
Bautum wr lot . Intrreat not wlthilruwn ia ad
ded iMituf tlately to the principal of the depoait
inemuy Kivin ,nm coinpouu initreai.
Married Women and Children may
iiepoin money ana no one
elri can draw it.
t.Oba every bnaineaaaay rromOa.m. U, 8 p.m.
W. HTSIAJP. Traaaurer.
r. Boas, PnmMont. H. Wells, Uashler.
f. Nell, Vice fnat'U T. J. Kurth, Aaat. Caah'r
Corner CotnmaroUl At, aud 8th Street
K. liroia, Cairo.
1 Nell, Cairo.
A Suaanka, Cairo,
Win Klue, Cairo.
Win Woif, Cairo,
K Under, Cairo. St. Louis.
11 Wells, Cairo. K1I Hrinkiuao, HI bonis
J Y Clemson, Caledonia.
A aevMl Mwakliiif Hnsluesa lun
1-ExclianKe aold and bought. Interest paid
o i the Having iKipartmimt. Collecttoua Uiade,
aad all business uromnUv attended to.
City National Bank
W rHALI.IOAY, President.
UKNUY 1. HALIDAY, Vice Crest.
A B 8 AKtTOKll, Cashier.
WAI.TKU HVSLor, AsVt Cashier.
S Stasis Taylor, It U Cunningham,
11 1. Halllday. V 1' llalliday.
U U SVilliaiuson, Ntenheu Ulnl,
A B Hatford.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and A Vd.
DEPOSITS received and a sncn. banking
W UOI.1l.SAU0 AND UKTAltj.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Oouimerol Ave
C. O. PATIER & CO.
(of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital $6,000,000 00, in Gold.
(ot Toronto, Canada,)
Assets - $1,102,5G6 70.
h IKK Jk M AB1NK (ol Milleville, N. J.,)
Assets - $1,442,887 64.
(ul New York City.)
AsBOts $515,334 88.
(of Philadelphia. Kitabllahad in 1301,)
Assets $333,162 00.
(of Dajlon, U.,)
Assets $410,424 86.
(of Ireeport, 111.)
Assets .....$455,877 33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT IT AIR HAT K3.
larOKKlt'B In Alexander County Manic.
k HAN OF A THOUSAND.
m auariy esaMtM ira tuawaiia, bm
as. las Ml, aa br. H. Jmms as trlaMl
isa. aa aawMwIaUy saaaa a
rtcsyi am .a
) alM esres
n win Wm. a
an pwitwi w lann m
ear at.alr sail, aa n iu
nMlet t M may ts ear waa. ay
ai(M ivmU, M.ai al lkm,M
ke.ke.1 anwiaalMi, m
UUDfOCja: CO., M
v., i rniu,, tiauaiuj inia payar. w
atm a tk' v .T"
Art not adveillnd aa "cure-.li. v. I
k iu the disease lot wh iT,i.r" " tut
Bunded. " nxd
. " Ml, 1
lnvestlaatora of natural srl..- , .
straled beyorwl controversy, thit ikJ."!,
animal kimritom Ihe "survival ,,i ,i.7u,l0"l i
only law that vouchsafe thrift .Jt ,
prMperity of mant An interior enr SH
iiaertor article . By leasoa of suwrio, .S?'!
I biM nntui- .ana nnnr.rj -nu. - r'Hu
fieruo' HUnaard atedianes kav. , V
other.. Their sale la th. United fcJES
seeds one million dollsrs ner ai,. "rr
amount exported foou up to several rk
.and mors . No biiain.4 rmila IHU . u w
tic prnportlona and rest upon any ou ivUfi
that of merit. rwwbaiml
13 PLEASANT TO C3B.
Its cures extend overs perlad of 20 yei
Its sale constantly Increasn.
Cures by its mild, soothing effect
Cures cold in head and Catarrh or Ozoa
A 1ST OPSST LETTEl
IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
v, n '. K?.CIP08I . PrU I, lid
..... ......u. reay Ju your paMr
reports of the remarkable cure of catarrh
induced lo led what 1 know about catarrh' 1
1 fancy the "anurf and 'inlialin'tube" 'ml
en lucre uuuar araiiuera would ue glad 11
wiwn oii.ui.twi m siuiiiar curs in tha ...
Kor 2'1 year 1 stiUered with caurrti. rh ni
paa'oKes becjuue i!ompletcly closed, ija
hub.) wiicD, iuiiaiiu($ luueeanu sucks' w,
not work, tboUKh at intervals J would sniflj
tlie so-called catarrh snuff, until 1 became ,1
aid; lester for auch medicines. 1 gradually g
t'l or wnaia a-userauie being I was. 41 r I
ached over my eye so Uiat 1 wis coo rum
my bed lor many successive days, auflenaf
most intense pain, which stone lime lasted
Ittri hours. Alii sense of taste and smell $
siKht and hearing gone, nervous svstm .hJ
ed and constitution broken, and lwas basil
and spitttlis; seveu-ei((liU ol Ibe time-. I nj
f...H.(l. ... It-..- ....jr ' 1.1
u rm hjik,.ukui mi j sunertnaa. A
vorablr notice ia your naner o'Dr. Sam'a
Inrib lUuieity induced me topurchaMapicl
apphea the rcmeily by bytlrwtatic nrrssnnJ
only way compntiblewiUiRemmonsens. vl
Mr. Kdilor, it did not cure Be in lures-foul
ol a second, nor in one hour or month, but
lesa man eigoi iiiiniiies i waa relieved srJ
three moniiis entirely cured, ood nave r mil
so for over IS mouths. While nstniUi Cat
Kemwly 1 used Dr. l'ierce'i UoMea Meet
1 msco very to purity ruy blood and strcagtben
stomach. A also Kept my liver active
bowels regular by the usxifhia Pleasant Pu
five 1'ellets. Jf niy experience will induce o
sunerers to seek the same nteana of reutf,
letter will have answered its punwse.
V ours, truly, S.D. KKKNtH
Golden Medical Discove
Is Alterative, orliiood-cleaniing.
Golden Medical Discove;
Golden Medical Discove
Is a C'bolagogue, or Mm Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discove
Golden Medical Discove
Ky reason of Its alterative properties, cures 4is,
ot the llloodand .Skin, as asrulula, or King's H
Tumors : I : leers, or Old Hores ; Blotches , tMm
and hruptiona. By virtue of its Pectoral pro
lies, it cures ISronchiil, t hroat and Lung AJ
lions; Incipient tonsumpiion ; Lingering Ceil
and Uhroaic LaryoKius. Us Cholslugue propel
rentier itanuneoualeu remedy lor biliousness; I
bid Liver, or "i,tver Complaint;'' and iu
uruuerties make it equally efficacious in curinf
grstiun, Loss of Appetite and llypepija.
here the skin is sallow and covered with
chrsand pimples, or where there an tcrofulou
feciions and swelling, a lew bottles ef Golden I
ical lMnciivery will etlect an entire cure. If yosl
dull, drowsv. debilitated, have sallow color of I
or yellowish-brown spots on lace oi body, frej
headache or dizziness, bad taste in mauth, lots
beat or chills alternated with hoi nmnei , low s
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite
tongue coated, you are sunermif from sorpiu
liiliouiness.'' In many cases of "User
plaint," only part of these symptoms are esl
lenced. Asa remedy for all such cases, Dr. Fie
(iulden Medical Discovery has no eeual, a it el
perleet cures, leaving ihe liver sireaguieoeu
MEDICAL E It VAN,
Dr. R. V. Pivmi i the sole proprietor
Diannfaotuwr of the forwoina' remedies,
wiucb are sold by drunguKa. He is alao
Aiitlii.r .ifrhj. Ittm.la'. I '..mtnnn Striae Met
Adviaer.a work of nearly oao ibonaand pi
with (wo hundred and eighty-two woou-eni
iur and colored plate.. Ho ba already tk
thia uoiiilar woik
Over 100,000 Copi(
PRICE (post p'lid) $1 S(
tVorlit't llHpiiaary. Bntralo,
Saloon and Restaura:
TIIK BEST OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AND C1GA
Constantly on hand. Also hai conit
on liitiid a
Large Supply of
ORANGES. APPLES, El
At WkltMl aid Ratail.l
At the Old Delrnonioo Hot!
5 m lVo. C8 Ohio IeV.
R. SMYTH & CO.
Wboleial. aad Retail DUn in
OF ALL USSl
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
Maaann. nai in a sju., nam uu
Ur stock ol the tsasH ifwl In tW
aei, ana aivoeninoiai amentum to im
aale branva ol UM osjaineaa.
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I i rniwmrw-
---sf rot iui rtMm.