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BLUE FLAWNEL SUItS.
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W offer BLUB TLAJNITEL
nioelj made Coat, Fants and V at
We have Blue Flannel Suite for Men and Boys.
To thoBe who wish a guarantee 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 Color.
We never guarantee an article unless we are sure. Last year we
gave guarantees, and for reference see the Editor of this Journal.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
JJ U.JL IBS 111
TJIUUSDAY, April 18, 1878-
BurHlns In all departments at O.
llaytliorii&Co's. Gl .
Probate court. Judge Yocutn
presiding wu in session yesterday.
Harry Walker sot up tbe oyster
soup lunch every niorninx at 8 o'clock.
Men's anil boys summer hats at O.
lluylhoni & (Vs. laricnst stock In the
Fresh shell oysters at Harry Walk
Cooley's cork corsets are tor sale
only by 0. Hay thorn & Co. Qt
At Harry Walker's crystal saloon
may he found the choicest shell oysters.
Oyster soup luuch at Uarry alker's
Crystal saloon every tvcntnjf at 9
Kor Butter, Lg, Apples, sic., call a
No. 04 Ohio levee,
tt. H. Lbiobtox
Shell oyster (nut received at the
Crystal saloon. LUkhy Wilssk.
The city council will meet in a day
or two to can vas the result of the late
New cabbage, Urge fine beads, are
now to be had In this murketat 25 and
Mis. J. II. Metcalf Is again very sick
and coiitined to her bed. g he was very
The skating rink will be open to
night, when the most graceful lady
skater will be awarded a prize.
Artificial teeth made, from $8 00 to
f IS 00 a set, at Dr. Jocelyn's, No. 14
Eighth street, Cairo, 111. 4-10-tf.
Farnbekcr, the clot'iler, is telUctf
blue flannels cheaper than ever. Go and
There will be a regular meeting of
the temperance rclnrui club to-morrow,
Dr. (-'. W. Dunning leaves lor Olive
liranch this evening to attend a meeting
ol (he temperance club at that place.
Stilre Tom Martin of Goose Is
land was hi the city yesterday attending
to business in the probate court.
Mr. John Revee and a number of oth
er gentlemen, we hear, yesterday went
to Kentucky on a huutiogexpedltlon.
There were two or three cases tried
iu Judge bird's police court yesterday,
but none of them were of any impor
tance. The county jall.cmtaibs nine pris
oners eight 'men and one woman, of
(ha whole number three ol the men are
Mr. Ouerly lett yesterday for Sprinjf
Held to attend a meeting ol the railroad
and warehouse commissioners to be held
Tlio Hibernian lire company will
commence work on their new engine
house as soon as all the arrangements
can be perfect!.
It may be economy In one sense ol
the word but to pedestrians these "cuss
ed" cinder walks are proving rather ex
pensive. The old locust trees at the corner ol
Ninth street and Washington avenue
have had Ithrlr time. Yesterday they
were lelled. r
(juery: WbylU men amoks oomnioi
tobucco when they can buy Mtrburgh
tiros. "Seal ol North Carolina" at the same
, . Don't lorget the free oyster soup at
B o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ate
h"- . i. 1.4.U
tor culsoralnlng, paper-hanging,
graliiintr and painting, call on J. H.
Tarko, on' Seventh street at Abie's old
stand. ? ... 4.10.1 w
, J We l'er that" the colored servant
whose clothes caught lire In the real
dunce ol Dr. L W. Dunnlnar some time
ago, died yesterday alttrnooa from the
eUeel of tin burns she reoelved. t
. J. F. Tucker, general manairer. and
J. ' C. Clark, second vice-president of
the Illinois Central 'railroad, each, with
their royal Wr, arrived In this city yes
terday. We hear quite a largo number of
persons complaining ol the exorbitant
price exacted by the manager of the skaN
ing rink lor the use of his skates. These
same persons say also that were his
prices less exorbitant they would be
tueased to take part seralwoocailotially,
SUITS, well bound, half lined and
It is unauthoritative, stated that
the regular meetings of the May Flower
society are held on any respectable street
corner In the city.
Mr. F. Korsmeyer Is Just In receipt
of a very lare and select stock of Key
West and imported cigars, to which he
calls the special attention ol smokers.
Our new' stock ol Ladles' Shoes,
Kllppers etc., Is the largest most com
plete in the city, and should attract the
attention ol every buyer in tills line.
CC - . O. lllYTHOUN & Co.
.Our new stock of Dry Goods is equal
to any In the city, and embraces many
novelties not to be found elsewhere.
Call and see them .
6t ' 0. II-YTH0R5 & Co.
The A lions club of Mound City
have sent out Invitation for thel r
ballon the 231 insl., and our young gents
are looking about for a sutllcieut amount
of calico to take thereto-
Everybody wants them door and
window screens; cedar-chests, ready
made; also the best cistern PumD In dis
tance, all to be had very cheap at Lan-1
caster Kloe's. ,')t
Mr. C. Tink hoe purchased the
Broderlck property at the corner of Ninth
street and Washington avenue, and will
we are told, put some needed repairs
upon it preparatory to occupying it as
bis own residence.
We understand that an Invitation
will be extended to Gen. Ben. Butler to
deliver the oration at the decoration ot
the soldiers' graves at Mound City.
Butler would prove a big card, and if he
can bo Induced to come he would draw
a bigger crowd than almost any niau in
Our Glee club, on invitation ot the
Reform club or Olive Branch, will leave
lor that city this evening to sing at the
regular meeting of the club of that
place, This club (the Glee club), which
is composed ol six members, has added
no little Interest to the meetings of our
Itefortn club. The following ore the
young men who compose It: Fred Kent.
r ranic ai. walker, Josh. Letcher, Geo-
r ry, Geo. raser and Henry Baird.
The Joneaboro 'Gazette' seys;
"Strawberries, did you say? Ys. a tew.
A large acreage and the ground literally
covered with blooms, notwithstanding
they have been blooming all winter. It
will be a question as to what to do with
them, if all that are now promised, ins
ure , bo of peaches and apples, unless
twecanjget in with the" 'whisky ring,'
and buy a still and run It crooked."
-City Clerk rblllis is in receipt of a
letter irom the president of the Illinois
press association, which states that the
meeting of the association has been post
poned until some time next winter. The
place ot holding the meeting has not yet
been definitely determined, though the
chances are that the association will meet
in Cairo and make an excursion Irom
Cairo to New Oilcans.
rersous wishing anything h the line
of millinery goods, will do well to call at
the establishment ot Mrs. II. S. Carsou
& Co., as the goods are all Ircsh, new
and of the latest Importations, styles and
fashions. New goods just received and
will be during the season every lew days.
All are luvlted to call at that establish
ment on Commercial avenue opposite
Winter's block near Seventh street,
formerly occupied as a toy store, Cairo,
Children cry for Pitcher's Caitorla.
It Is a pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleteri
ous ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate tlie
boweis and stomach, and overcome Ir
ritation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Motnerjcan rest, and children eujoy
healtn, who use Castoria. It Is harmless,
It Is certainly speedy, aud It is cheap.
In the City brewery ' may n.ov be
seen the photographs ol all the gentle
men who compose the Tm ner society In
a large frame four by six feet Mr.
Kksuard Erncstl, who is the originator of
this novelty has also, with true artistic
skill, painted the namo of the society
above the photographs ot the members,
in a manner worthy of Imitation. In
short, it Is a novelty which does Mr.
Ernesti great credit as a painter of skill
and Judgment. We believe It Is the ob
ject of the society to place this "picture"
In their hall, and admirers ol the beautl
ul may hereafter tiud It there. ,
The tact having become known that
J. W. Mason had received four votes
lor alderman from the First ward, a
number of young men, who by the w'ay
re members of the May Flower associa
tion, called at Mr. Mason's house during
Tuesday night to serenade him and con
gratulate hltn on his success as a candi
date. Mr. Mason, who Is exceedingly meek
when he is not otherwise, happened tins
lortunately to be In a humor not to ap
preciate the efforts ot the bojsj when they
sang, ' Victory Is nigh," and In bis own
characteristic and peculiar way very
1 v ololy thanked the boys, etc., etc. ,
Mrs. L. J.' Spears hss returned front
laying In her spring stock of millinery
and notions. Bhe can say without fear
ol contradiction that her stock through
out Is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only- asks the
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that she competes success
fully with all others in these goods. ! She
wUl have auctions on the first Saturday,
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ot eacti 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. - 3-3-1 m
'ulro can boast ol three or four of
as Dae uiillnery establishments as any
city of her size In the State. Indeed the
millnery trade forms spromluent feature
ol the trade of the city, and the amount
ot goods In this line sold in Cairo dur
ing the year IsgnsWr than many per
sons are willing to believe. Among the
new establishments w hich deal exclu.
sively iu the millnery line we rony men
tion the new and eiiterprieiug firm of
MIssS. II. Carson & Co., Commercial
avenue opposite Winter's block. This
Arm has Just received a Luge and com
plete new stock, which they are ready to
exhibit to lhoi wishing to purchase.
Their stock Is all entirely new, fresh and
seasonable, and will be sold at the most
reasonable price. We bespeak lor the
new firm a lair hare ol patronage.
There was another big time out at
the skating rink last night, end amor g
those present the upper classes of society
were well represented. Many well
known aud prominent ladies tried on the
Bkates and enjoyed the tun greatly. Ac
cording to arrangement, at nine o'clock,
the content for the pnzo, a silver cur,
took place. Seven young men, among
their, Messri.Cox, Lotcher, Hudson and
Lou Schuckeri, were ol the number.
The decision was leit to vote of the audl
ence, and on the drst round Messrs. Cox
and Scbuckersecelved t.n equal number
of votes. A second trial was hsd, when
the vote Kkulted Scbuckers 30 and Cox
34. Alter the contest all who wished
put on the skates and lor an hour and a
liSlt there was lots ot fun ladies and
gentlemen participating." I'- -
A lew days ago a man pretending
to represent a large Chicago silver-plating
bouse, called ou one of our merchant
aud stated that he was authorized to es
tablien several agencies in this city for
the sale ot a silver-plating mixture for
the Chicago house which be represented.
The stranger offered oar merchant many
inducements to accept the agency, stat
ing that on the acceptance of the agency
the Chicago house would send to bis ad
dress a large silver-plated show-case
asanalvert'isement of the "mxilure,"
and that he would advertise the stud in
all the newspapers in the city, etc., etc.,
but that before all this could be done the
merchant had to buy one-third ot a
gross ol the stuff which be bad with him
and pay him nine dollars in cah for the
same. The merchant at once "smelted
amice," and did not Invest, but we re
grot to see Iu the ihow window ot an
other merchant the same bogus articles.
The stranger has since disappeared.
The Cairo lteforni club will give a
grand b all and supper at the club build
ing on Tenth street, Wednesday even
ing, April 21th. The large and spacious
reading room will be cleared lor the oc
casion and supper spread in the lecture
room. Come, everybody, and have a
good time and help a good cause.
Tickets, $1.00. it
Llvrr and Hlood Dlieaae rare.
Deavertown, O..July 15, 1877,
Dr. Pierce, Buflalo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir I was an invalid for years ;
my stomach, liver and blood became ats
fected. The more I doctored, the worse
1 became. In my despair 1 commenced
the ueeot your Golden Medical Discovery
and Favorite Prescription. Ia two
months' time I was restored to health.
Many rearard ray cure aa miraculous. ,
. . : Very respectfully yours,
Mrs. Addib iIk.wn'ktt.
Una4 Tary StBrliMmeas. ' -
One of the finest and most elegant en
tertainmcnts that has ever taken place
in Southern Illinois Is to come off on the
evening of Msy 2nd at the residence ol
Capt. Chas. Galigher, for the benefit o
the Episcopal church. His spacious and
beautiful mansion Is to be given up
entirely to the various features ot the
evening, including the"Banuer of Beau
ty," the; "Gypsy Camp," the "Home of
the Porl and Genii's Cave," which, with
the beautiful fuuey ostmuos, delicious
refreshments and tho elegant and bouuti-
tilt hospitality ol Capt. and Mrs. Galigher
will not tall to draw a crowded house.
Let every one attend.
Mrs. Lsltle Coleunn hai reonened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
in ton and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method ol luformlair her oil frtemii
and patrons that aha iaaain atthalr ser
vice, and lollcita their patroaaire. oho has
reduced prices to suit the time.
When the nerves arc unstrunir, the
headaches, the appetite is poor or in
variable, the sleep disturbed, and a min
eral depreciation ot vital power Is ex
perienced. Such a state of things cannot
long exist without the development ot
serious disease. The most active and
genial Invigorant known Is flo-tetter's
Stomtch Bitters. ! The absolute purity of
Its spirituous basis and botaulo lugredl
enUglyesa (permaneut dalia to public
cotilldeaoe, and Its surpassing tyedicfnsl
value is sumiucd by medical men ot dis
tinction, by whom It Is widely used In
private oractice. Ferer and ague both
as a preventive and remedy-dvsDenaU.
liver complaint, bilious remittent fever,
constipation, choleralo complaluts. flatu
lence,. nd all ntesUna)t.dtsordrt,it is a
thoreoghly.rehaWisiaJ k.k the
aotl-lebrlle specific par excellence of the
malarial all trio ts ol tnU and oner cotm
trlet where. diseases born of tnlagma
prevail; and as a general household re
medy It li also universally vsteemedV u
SIGNAL 8KRVICB KKPOBT.
JAMES M, WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service. U. 8.
"What is boms without a baby V ,
The Mollis Moore and Commonwtalth
tor Mew Orleans.
The Slmpion Homer, with empty barges,
We deny any knowledge of the John A,
Scudder being a Cincinnati packet.
The Ksnawba and barges paned to Bt.
Louis and ths Polar Star to the Oblo.
The Indications are that ws are to havs a
very low river this summer if it doesn't
The Mary Miller from St. Louis and ths
James I). Parker for Hi Louis were well
The Jim Kuk brought a fair trip and
wiilbeonbao again as Uauul'tbls even
1 Jg fur l'aducah.
The Miss. Y. T. Co. has ourchaaed ths
John Dippoldsnd he will he brought bars
to-day by tbe Charley McDonald from
The Future City cleared for New Or
leans with 0 barges of freight, 1 barge of
lo, 1 barge of stave and 1 fuel barge. Her
whole tow contained 9,000 tons.
Stiver Known to Fall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and ilorebound ha never been known to
fail in .permanently curing obstinate
coughs, solds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any diseases of the respiratory organs, and
it does it, too, at once. It is not necessary
to take it for a long time before you can
discover Iti benetiuliti iflecm. Its sale in
this community ia Immense, and its popu
larity universal. It should not bs classed
with compocxai put up by inexperienced
hands. Do not fall to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
annot disappoint you. Try It once. Tilal
size 10 cents.. Uegular sizes DO cents and
one dollar. For sale by Barclay Bro's,
cor. of Eighth street and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic. Price
CHICAGO ICE'- CREAM.
1 am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my
LADIES ICE' CREAM.PARLOR3,
having had a practical workman ot that
city in my employ for the past eight
months who worked In the largest Ice
cream factory In that city. 1 have also
refurnished my parlors with fine marble
top tables ana finest chairs; In lact 1 have
as fine a place as any in tbe larger cities.
I will wait on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt atten
tion. Call and.be convinced.
Phil II. Ha up,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Avenue. 4 7
An Historical Fact. Every agent
who has been steadily selling the Im
proved $20 Homestead Sewing Machine
tor three years, owns his dwelling house
has a good account In bauk, is clear ot
debt, and has money at Interest, the na
tural consequence of securing a good
agen:y for superior goods at the lowest
prices, A good nrst-ciass sewing Ala
chine, uiost useful reliable at all
times, easy to understand and control,
tbe same size and does the same work
as any machines that sells at tour times
the price. There U no machine at any
price better, or that will do finer or mure
work, and certainly none so low In prise
by many dollars. Tbe Homestead Is
widely known aud used In thousands of
families In the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular In tbe west.
It will save its cost several times over in
one season, duiog tbe work of the lamily,
or will earn lour or five dollars a day
for 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 strongest and ttnest stitch yet
Invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
Price, complete lor domestic use. 1U
duccd to only $20, delivered at your door,
no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales and larger
proflu than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established;
or, if there Is no agent near you, send
your order direct to the factory. Ad
dress Jobn II. Kendall & Co.. 421 Broad
way, New York. 35-12m.
Tbt ISiiSvriM f Uwkf.Ua M BUCona
save. -a?, -v; : i
Tho composition of tbe human hair has
never been accurately or satisfactorily de
termined. Otiemical analysis has re
veiled its main constituents, but aa It
varies ewentlally In different persona, and
In the aaine penton at different ages, it is
impossible to determine, with, any accu
racy, exactly what quality ia lacking
wiiore a person becomes prematurely
gray, or what preparation ia best suited
to restors ths natural growth and vigor
where the hair falls out so as to produce
baldness. Hence it la that all artltioial
preparations bavs failed, In some essen
tials at least, to meet the requirements of
if perfect hair restorative ' There ara
i number of excellent dressings and
washings, and scores of preparations that
are either Indifforent or positively inju
rious, and the ttreat multiplicity of thete
furnishes an argument in support of tbe
tact that there Is something lackinc In
them all. The new artiole, Carboline,
contains alt the qualities essential lo a
perfect hair restoraUve, both as regitrd
natural color andafull, luxuriant growth.
Ths basis of Caroollne Is petroleum, and
In that wonderful article, produced In
Nnture'sown laboratory, are pnporties
whluli the chemist art lias not vet neon
able to combine, and whioh act HUh iiiagle
upon ths scalp, tn fbllloto sod . the- va
rlnna laniantrt of which til) k(r la
possd.( It use as a bajtarskniSgHthe
greatest Of modern discoveries, sod there
bs no longer eujr wasn'hy the prs'iut-'
purely gray and ths bald should not, at
trlfllnit expense, aeoure to theniHoives
that most desirable and attMC'-lv of all
peraonal sdorameuSaajUiiituriaiit and
healthy growth of hair. Soli by drug-
,.i .: ...
lall Mt 14 WaWwue UM CUnn, fcjr tlx tm W ,11
RTfM, ChNnlo ud apvUI Mmw KraluJ Wtaaaeaa,
Kwiasa BSMf mi Lw Maa 4, lanauuUy
a u wwnar iisri BmBb
.mJJUJm. -ROSS Mr!B.---'
Ed. Uiaxtou has returned to his old
stand to the Reiser buildlncr. where he la
better prepared (ban ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor hint itb a'calLu Jlshss gone
td considerable expense In fitting u,? a
tonple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tbe latest Im
provements end conveniences. lie em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
Attaelunenl 51 o lire.
Stats of Illinois, 1 . .
Aldlanitar .n f
In the Circuit Court ol Alsxaader County,
m . May Term, A. it. 1S78.
,? vvt Abl.lfVUUUOlO SOU
Joseph 11. Uitleubouae,
partners doing buaiUem
under the Uria nixme of
"Wood lUttenhouaa &
Brother," I Ia Attachment,
Samuel . Thompson, j m a n d 513 48,
iouu ninooi ana aa
ward P. Oilson, u part
ners doing buainets un
der tbe bra name ot "8.
K. Tboinoaon A C.n "
NoUce Is beroby given to said above
named defendant thai a writ of attach
ment ba been sued out of the Circuit
court, at the suit of ld plalnUllH against
said defendants for said sum of five bun.
dred thirteen and lortilvht nn. hun
dredth dollars, directed to tbe iberltf ol
am aiciauuer county 10 execute, WblcO
writ haa been returnml hv aaln horir
cuted. How, uuleai you, tbe said defend-
bum, iusu jjiuuitiiy ue ana appear neiore
said court on the tint day of tbe next term
thereof, in ha hnhlAn at th ..nr. hAu.. in
tbe city of Cairo, Illinois, on tbe tbird Mon-
ua v ui;, a., u. lOiO, give Special DS1I
and plead to said action, judgment will be
entered against you in lavor of said plain
Uttsandtbe property attached sold to at
lsty tbe same with coats.
juujx a kb,kv e, i;ier.
Gkksn A Oilbbkt, Att'yn tor PI t'ffH.
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the diairlot court of the United States, for
the southern Oiitriflt of Illinois.
Jn bankruptcy So. 17s.
In the niatier of Wataon B. Itockwell, bank
rupt. Notloe la hereby given that petition haa been
Bled In said court by said Watson U. Kockwell,
now of Bouitler. In the oountv of liouliler in the
state of Colorado, duly declared bankrupt unties
Uiaait of congress or Moreh 2nd, 1807, antl the
amendment thereto, for a discharge and oertltl
cats thereof, from ail his debt ami other claims
proTable under said act, and that the ewiondday
of May, A. 1). 17S, at eleven o'clock a. n., Is
aitBigned for the bearing of the. same in said
court, at the United Slate court room ia the city
ol Springfield, when and where all creditor' ol
aaid bankrupt, and all other persons in interest,
iuay aiumu anu anow cauae, u any iney nave,
Why the viayer fl'nald netilioner should not he
granted. ULyUGE f BO WEN,
xji.NBtiAaaLAX8B.Kx, i tier ,
Attorney for Petitioner.
So tics lo Csntrsciors.
Offic Of City Clkrk )
Calio, lUb., April 10th., 1878. J
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office, until 5 o'clock p.m. ol Tuesday, tbe
"lb day of Msy, A. D. 1878, for the tilling
sad grading ot 500 cubic yards of earth
on Thirteentb street, betweeu Walnut
street and Washington avenue.
The work to be done under the direc
tion and approval ot the committee on
The right to reject any or all bills is r
served by the city.
J. O. i'BILLIS,
To Joahua Q. Ball, aa administrator de bonis
non of ths estate of Hoaea Clark, deceased; the
unknown heirs of Hose Clark, deceased; the un
known owners ol lot ten (10), eleven (11) and
twe've(li), in block seventeen, iu the city ol
Cairo, county, of Alexander and aula of Illinois:
liinry K etexlye, trim tee for the use of James
Eddys, tbe unknown owners ot Inca on (1) to
eight (). both inclusive, in block eighteen (18),
in the said city of Cairo) the unknown heirs ol
Mnrfsey tf. Peeler, deceaeedj Hiram Walker,
William alatbrr, the unknown heirs and devi
see of Benjamin K. K .1 wards, deceased ; Ueorg
SavtU and Aneice kagadal. Vou. and each ot
you, are hereby notified that on the ilh day ol
Anril. 1878. the Cairo and Vinrnm nilpmul
company sled in the office of the clerk of tbe
Alexander county circuit court a uctition to con.
demo, lor the uw of said railroad, amongst
other, lota ten (10). eleven (111 and twelve ilzl.
in oiocn aevenwcuiu ti 11, iois one 111 to llllt
(H). noth inclusive, in block ehzhteen (iril- lot
01 (I) in block twenty (auj, all ia the city ot
iairo , couuiv 01 Atexaouer and state ul 1 linuta
also lots two it), sis lb), eleven an. hva (61.
seven (7), eight (8), twelve (li) and fourteen
iiii, ia me nuiet aaoiuon to sam city ol Cairo, in
whicu vou are interested, which said uetiilon ia
addressed to Hon. David J. Baker, judge ol aaid
cretiit court, prayino;that the compensation to
ue puiu iu lire oc.erai uwurr c.l lauds tpei'ineu
in aaio uculoii iuay uj suukii kiiu.i
You are further notified that the Bon. David
UaXer. juilge as aloresaiU. haa. bv endnrae-
ment on aaid petition, fii.d toe 27th day of
xiaieu Apm win, 1010.
JOHN A. REEVE,
Clvrk Alexander bounty Cirouit Court
Sahusi, P. Wukblxh,
Attorney for PeUUuner. .
Notice of Flnsil Rf ttleruent.
To Whom it May Conoern : '
The undersigned administrator of the
estate ot James H. Kldtfwav. decoaaad.
tereby gives notice that he will make a
tioal report of bis acts and doing aa such
administrator to tbe County court of Alex-
snoer county, si toe may term thereof, A.
JJ. la'.H. tlk.wlt f nn MnnHnw ,uw tiil.k
1878, and will then and there ask tor a full
and tlaal settlement of big accounts snd for
s umcoarge irom all further liability as ad
uiiutoiiaiuf ui bbiu estate.
R. A. KDMUMJSOM, ;
, . . Administrator.
April 17tb, 1878.
Stats o Illitjou, . '" .
Aitisuaer to., J
In Iha rivMMlf 1 1 ... - e.
v-iwu.1, oariiwt ana VOl
ney a. xtartiett, her bus
band. Bill la Chancery
Mary Stewart snd Willi a
. ' -Hiicur uviiim uie
above entltletl suit l pending In said court, aud
tl. lima antl nl.M k. r. i
not I fled that the
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theoakt ll the next term of tulii oourt, to b
hfllflnn Sit lh mtt hnnut lt ,.. nln .. J I
iiia cotinty-on the third Moaday tn May, A
Qrbbx A Gilmsbt, Clm of taid Court
Compi'ts Solicitor. J '
. Hotte ratrtra,
. . , O.rica of Citv Clrk, )
1 Cairo, ills.; April 3rd, lb78.
Bealed TjroDoaala will ha raaMlva.1 at nta
otlicie until A n'nlnn r n m. aI '1'iia.avHsiw t
T--- w wwwaj BW'-MSS) - MWBS-SJ BBW 1SMW
7th dar of Mayri878v lot the tlulng and
a.-ui..B v wm vuuiu jarus 01 earia on
Oomnwrcial avenue, between Thlrtletb
and Thlrty-lourth street, ou the westerly
u" v ua v. v v Aa. ta llaUB.
The work Is to be done under the direc
tion ani approval of tbe committee on
Ike rlirht to relact anv nr all t.hla t.
reserved. J. U. l'mixis.
KststsofA.B.SiiIbrd.dcsssd. -- -
Thai liawlaM-. lar-awl l a
!!r,T.9t th!5?",r aUsae4rasd tt ol
llUA,detasbenbV ivsawttos thai ths
will appeal iMlsrs th loantr cou f Alexan-
""wstiniai, in, t-Blro, aims
M;r OS th third sionday in May Best, st
WBicn tuns all persons having olaiius agsinat
aid SSUU are foQfiti sad NQueMtd to stteid for
tb puiiMss ol ksviag las sam siUnsust. All
twsos indebud to Jd sslais ar rviiimted to
1 ii'-a-iaV -. sWaV)u
n v 'ii . ,:.;' iHOVUi
VEAR. Anntswaotri. btssU
nvs Irrltlnuita. IHntainaMlraa,
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MOUTGIOEE'S SALE. ,
" Wnsaxaa, Orrtn M. Ilralaord, of ths county
of Alexander, In lb flat ot illioow, did, on tbs
xuib oracpitniDer, a. u. 1077, xculs ana a.
Uvcrta 0. O, Pathr Co. a chatlrl niortgai,
watch It recorded la tin raonriler'a aBloe, ol th
eouniyol Ahuander, slaw of IlllnoU. in book
"C" of chattel mortKag, on jwKa.10, Ihocby
eonraylng to the aald C. O. Patier A Co. ths
following detoribert and chattel!, to-witi
Two plauara, two leaverlaa1 machines, together
with belt for mouing asune, ons suilonarv
engins and boiler, etc. , to aacur the par men I of
a certain promiaaory note mentioned ia s.id
chatiei niortaage, and detaull having been made
in the payment of said note, ami in the periorrn
nc of certaia other of said conditions of said
Now, therefore, aotic Is hereby given thai the
undersigned ml aaid mortgage, by virtue of the
terms and conditions 01 laid mortgage, will,
On (HsliStn Day of April, A. A.iH7S.
at 9 o'clock la Hi forenoon of aald day, at the
oourt hoUH, in the county and state aforesaid,
seU at public auction U tbe highest and beat bid
der tor cash, all of the aforesaid goods and
fated tlii20tk day ofMrnh, A. D.
, C O. FAT1EK A CO.,
3 23 at Mortgagees.
Are not advertised as "cure-all," bul ar specif
ics in th diseases lor Which they are recoin
Investigators of natnral science have demon
strated beyond controversy, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ol the fittest" is the
only law that vouchsafe thrift and perpetuity.
uiv Mine imimpjie Kuvern me commercia'
prosperity of manf An interior cannot suriereeda a
mperior article. By leasonof superior merit, lr
Pierce'a Hlandard Medicine have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In th United States alone ex
seeds one million dollars per annum, while the
amount ei ported foots up to several hundred tbou
tand more. No businsts could grow to such gigan
tic proportion and rest upon any other basis than
ilia, ot suvnt.
13 PLEASANT TO USE.
Its cures extend over a period of 20 years.
Its sale constantly increases.
eVlirAa htr Itat vnllrl analkU. Ta
vuiws wj A wsj atuiUf sTVVwUlUg CUOCtt
Cures cold In bead and Catarrh or Ozoena.
IT SPEAKS FOB ITSELF.
Rockpoht, Muss., April 2, 187i,
Mr. Editor llnvina read in vuurrar tha
report of the remarkable cure of catarrh, I am
luuuceu 10 ten wnai 1 snow uoout catarrh, and
I fancy tbe "snuff" and '-inhalinir tirhe" muk.
ers mer dollar grabber would be glad II they
could embliuon aimllar cure in the papers.
For 20 yean 1 suQered with catarrh. The nasal
pasaagua became completely cloaed. SuulT,
dust, anhea, inhaling tubes and "tiek" would
not worn, inougnai interval 1 would sniff np
u.c ...- v. u.uHi u .uiui, wiuii mxauie a valu
able tester for such medicines. 1 gradually grew
worse and no one can know how mush 1 suffer
ed or what a miserable being I was. My head
ached over my eyta so that 1 was cnsilned to
my bed lormany successive dayi. sufltnng the
most intense pain, which st one um lasted for
lSS hour. Aill sense of taste and smell gone,
tight and bearing gone, nervou system shatter
ed and constitution broken, snd I was bawking
and spitting teven-elght 01 tbs time. I prayed
for d ath to relieve me of my suffering. A fa
vorablr notice in your paper of Dr. Sage' Ca
tarrh lieniedy induced me t purchase a package
and use it wlih Ur. Sage', nasal douche whinh
appliea tha remedy by hydrosutic pttssure, the
only way compatible witn csuimon sense. Well,
Mr. Editor, it did not cure jae In turee-fourtlis
of second, nor in one hour or month, but in
les thin eight minute 1 was relieved and in
three months entirely cured, ond have n mainrd
3 for over Umontlu. While usmrtha Catarrh
tteruedy I used Dr. I'ierce's Uolden Medical
Discovery to purify my blood snd strengthen my
stomach. A also kent mv liver ar.tiva and
bowels regular by lh us of his Pleasant I'urga
tlv I'elleu. If my experience will induce other
sufferers to seek the same mean of relief, tbl
letter win nave answercu iu purpose.
Youra.uuly, a. D. HENK CK
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-cleansins.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
- is a LBoiagogue, or Liver Htimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
. . Is Tonic.
Golden Medical ' Discovery
Br reason of Its alterative propetties, cures diseases
of the Blood and Skin, as Scrofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumors ; Ulcers, or Old Sores ; Ulotches; dimples;
and Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral proper
lies, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung Aflec-
iiura, incipient vonsumpiton : iingenng Laughs;
aim unroaic Laryngitis. Its Cbolaloftue properties
rcnucr i.anunrquaten remeoy 10 r uiuoutneiit'lor
uiu x.iTer. or .iv-r ..'-npiainK : ana 11m i nn .
properties make it equally efficacious in curing Indi-
ciiuu, mm ui nHtnti.c aim 1ypepsia.
Where the skin is tallow and covered arlih hint.
ches and pimples, or where there ar scrofulous af
fections and swellings, a tew bottles f Uolden 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 ditiiness, bad taste in mouth, Internal
heat or chill alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering bom Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness." In many cases of " Liver Com
plaint.' only part of these Symptom ar exper
ienced. As a remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Uolden Medical Discovery haa no equal, aa it efiecla
perfeet cures, leaving the liver slreagthened and
Da. R V P?at.. tm tl -.1. . ' .
. ' "-"' ' " ai" iiropnetor ami
mannntcturer of the foregoing remedies, all of
7 " - "J runioia. lie is aiso toe
Author nf tha lanii 1 ...nwiM ia u- u.j. i
. , : I - ...w.. .j. un, luwiini
Adylser, aworltofuearly on thousand pages,
Ings and colored plates, lie ha already mid of
this popular work
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE (post paid) $1 50.
R. V, FIERCE, 91. D.
World's DlHpeaaarjr, Darralo, H.
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUB BKST OP
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also hs constantly
oa hand a ' '
: Largo Supply of
, 'j, A TrmsUssJs) tatsl aeialL
M th Old Ddmonit HoUH. -j-iai
Wo, CS OhU Iacvee
; BAAKM. '
aaA.nTaKo Ukuan si. i.t
CITY XfATIOAAL BUTK,
TM'i'JlK8T nsld oa deooslts Hareh lalanS
A8Dwsj3aTlsl. Intareaf aot withdrawn la ad.
tiort inane llately to th principal of ths deposit
menu J giTina in ouuijniuu uilBrsjt.
If arried Women and Children may
I'epoBit money avna no one
else can draw it.
P.Oji every boslnessday mmaa.m. to 8 y.m.
W. HT8X.OF. Trsasrarsr.
r. Bob. President, H. Welia, Gaahlu.
P. l.eir. Vict r"rt't. T. J. Ksrth' Asst. Cash'r
Corner Oooamerolal At), sad 8th Btrsst
1'. Broid, Cslro. Wm Kluge, Cairo.
V Nea; Cairo. Wm Wolf, Cairo,
A Susaoka, Cairo. BLBlllingaley,
E Buder, Cairo. St. Louis.
Li Wells, Cairo, FHBrlnkman,StLouIs
J Y ClemsoD, Caledonia.
A Oenera.1 aUanhlua; Bniluess Done)
CJ-Exohanne sold nd bought. Interest paid
on the divings Department. Collections mad,
S'-.d all businea uromutlv atwnded lo.
City National Bank
W P n ALLTOAY. President.
HENRY L HALIDAY, Vice l'rest,
A H 8AFKORU, C'sshler.
VYALTKH H i oLUr, Ais't Casbler.
S Staats Taylor, It B Cunningham,
u i. uaiiioay. v r miiiaay,
G It Williamson. Stephen Bird,
a. a osnoru.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and 8 Vd,
DEPOSITS received and s gaeral banking
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
T s A TrLGHUST
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Commercl Avs
C. O. PATIER & CO.
VC7-UXaXjJBI tJb ICUrtTXI
. (of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital $6,000,000 00, in Gold.
(ot Toronto, Canada,)
Assets ....-........$1,102,558 70.
FLUE & MARINE (of Milleville, N. J.,)
Assets $1,442,937 64.
(ol New York City.j
A onnl. ACCOQS OA
assyts ...m fOXU,ov. uvi
(or Philadelphia. Istabllshad In 1804,)
Assets rT. $333,182 00.
(of Dayton. O.,)
Assets $410,424 00.
(of Freeport, 111.)
Assets.- (455,877 S3;
T.ISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
JC3Offics In Alexander County Bank.
R. SBTxTH & 00.,
Wboleisl aadBeiall Dealers la
itrnrKc. nv a t.v: Trrvna.
No. AO Ohio Levet) '
tTKSSRS. KMJTH A CO., bar. eooatsady
j-r-a. wm mm oi u. rwai grxxu in ins
an,, and alraaabanl si .mmha. m aaJa
sale bran eh ot tit bawineaa. ., ,
CITY BOOK STORE
t ,i ,
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gloom tngton PcLpc?
: and Caff Co. -:
Printed Wawita rr
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