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We offer BLUB FLA.HWEL
niooly made-Coat, Pants acd V(
We have Blue Flannel Suits
To UiOBO who wish a guarantee of Fast Color we will subject the
Goods to the only known test, that of Nitric Acid.
Suits at Low Price warranted to be Fast Color.
We Hover guarantee an article unless we are sure. Last year we
Rave Kuarantses, and for roferonee soo the Editor of this Journal.
FAENBAKER, the Clothier.
FIMDAY, April 19,' 1878.
Itarjfalns lu all Uepartiosnts at O
liny thorn & CVs. Ct
Harry Walker sets np the oystr
oiip lunch every morning at 9 o'clock.
Men's and boys' summer huts at 0,
lliiytriorti & Ca'a. largest stuck In tho
city. . 6c
i'rrhh fclmllny iters lit Harry Walk
Cooley's cork eorscta ore lor sale
only by O. Uaythorn & Co. 6t
At Harry Walker' crystal saloon
may bo found the choicest siicrll oysters.
Oymr soup lunch at Harry W alktr's
Crystal saloon every ivenintf at I
Kor IWttter, Kgjjs, AiiIcs, etc., call a
No. 04 Obio levee,
just recelvea at the
II AMU Y WaLKKK.
tiikken pox is prevailing in many
(aits ot the city. Ilowever.wehear of i.o
1'robate eonrt wits in session again
yestenSny, but no business ot special Ims
porunce was transacted.
Artillclal teeth uuulu, from $S 00 to
tttOOa set, Ht Dr. .locr-lyii's. No. 14
Kij;litli street, Cairo, 111. 4-10-tf.
There will lie a' regular inwting of
ihu Woman's Club and Library ansocia
lion this afternoon.
yuery: Why will men unoke cotmnoa
tobacco when they can buy iltrburgh
llros. "iieal ot North Carolina" at the tame
price ? 10 3 tf.
Don't lorget the free oyster soup at
OoVloekthlrt eyenmg; at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth Mrtvt ami Commercial ave
due. 1.4. tl
For Calsouilnlnj;, paper-hauxin,
iiniinln;: ami imintiiijr, call on'.!. II.
l'arks, on N-vetitli street tAble's old
stand. 44-10-1 w
Wheat harvest will be'lirtMifllattt''
in thin section by lifts" middle' pi May
This is at leant three weeks earlieithifc
Mr. F. Korsnieyer Is Just in receipt
of a very larjre and select stock of ey
Wcstnnd Imported clears, to which lit
culls tlm secial attention ol Anokers.
tur new stix of Lidies1 Shoes,
Slippers, etc., is the largest most com
plete lu (Lie city, and should attract (he
intention ol every buyer In this line.
0t O. llAYTHOItN fc Co.
Our new stock of Dry Uoods Is equal
to any in the city, and embrace many
novelties not to be found elsewhere.
Call ami see them.
O. Uaythorn & Co.
The new Htng written by Will a
1 1 ayes lor tlie Cairo Tumperunco Itelorm
eliih, will l,e Ming- at the meeting this
evening by Walt. McKee, Frank Van
I wren, Miss H ittie McKee and others.
There was another bijr turn out at
the Kkutiii rink last nlifht. To-night
the most graceful ludy skater will be
awarded a luuul.sonie prize, and ou next
Tuesihiy evening a masijuerade ball will
The terminus of tho Chicago, St.
I.'iuU and New Orleans road, opposite
this city will be called Kast Cairo. We
predict that heforo another year will
have passed East Cairo will bo qulto
5 Iter, orts Irom all parts ot Southern
Illinois agree that the strawberry yield,
if tiothlnir occurs to Injure it, will be
lirger this Benson than ever before,
readies also promise well provided the
season Is luvorablo from ibli titno for
.The Methodist sociable, which was
held at the residence of Mr. P. W. liar,
clay on tho Seventh street lust evening,
wus well attended and the occsbIoii one
tif the most enjoyublo yut held by the
; -Capt. W. M. Williams and Dr. C.
W. Dunning went to Olive Branch yes
terday where they were engaged to de
liver temperance speeches last evening.
They were accompanied' by the Cairo
Oleoclub. V ,
There will bo services In tho Kplseo
pal ehuroh to-day Good Ftliluy at
10:110 o'clock In the forenoon, and at 7:110
o'clock In the evening, llector Dillon
Leo olllclatlng. The public are cordially
Invited to attend. , , w i
A young lady, '.who attondod the
skating rluk. tbe other erenlng, asked
SUITS, wall bound, half lined nd
for Hon aad Boyi.
! H-J-'JU-il i , UIJJI.. M
one of the attendants to "grease her
heels." Hhe was surprised to learn that
the rollers ot the skates, and not her
heels should be greased. '
Chief Arter and his honor tho mayor
had a little tussle with a couple of rail
road laborers yesterday, but finally suc
ceeded in caging their game. Since
work on the extension of the Mississippi
Central railroad has been under way the
jiolice have had their hands full In taking
care of the laborers, who as soon as
paid off como to Cairo to spend their
Attention ol tho sidewalk repairers is
called to the bad condition of the side
walk on Fifteenth street near Cedar
street; also to the walk at the corner of
Fifteenth and Walnut, where, by the ru
inoval of ajplaok, an ugly and dangerous
hole Is lelt In the walk. Tho places re
ferred to In this Item should bo repaired
At the next regular meeting of tho
city council his honor the mayor vll
make his nominations for police ofDcers,
afreet Biinrlntunit.fir ni,w i.i.Ia
'- .......u., wfcj JiUiVI, VM.,
lor the nuing year. We understand
that Mayor Winter has said that nearly
a I the old olllcers will be nominated
We hope this statement la correct, lor
the lorce as now constituted is perhaps as
good as It could be be made under tbe
Children cry for Pitcher's Castoria
xt is as j.Ieasint to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter!.
ous Ingredient, and Is sure to PYrwd
worms, euro wind colic, regulate tho
howeis and stomach, and overcome ir
rltation causod by rash or cutting teeth
Mother) can rest, and children enjoy
heaitn, who use Castoria. It Is harmless,
It Is certainly speedy, aud It Is cheap.
The eleventh annual ball of the St
Patrick's lleneyoient society will take
place at Scheel'a hall on next Monday
evening, and promises to surpass all
former efforts on the part of this society
ihe committee ot arrangements have
about completed their work, and have
left nothing undone that will tend to
make the ball both pleasurable and pro
Persons wishing anything h the lino
of millinery goods, will do well to call at
the establishment ot Mrs. II. S. Carson
K Co., as the goods are all iresh, new
and ol the latest Importations, styles and
fashions. New foods lust received and
will be during the season every few days.
All arc mviled to call at that establish
ment on Commercial avenue ODnoslte
winter's block near Seventh street.
hirmerly occupied as a toy store, Cairo,
4 1M lin
Mrs. J,. ,1. Spears has returned Irom
laying irWif)r spring stock of millinery
mi iiyuuus. fine can say without fear
ol conttajictlon that her stock through
outlsthje'lnW and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only asks the
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that rho competes success
fully with all others In those goals, hhe
will havo auctions on tho flret Saturday.
Irom 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
to make room, as she will receive new
goods In the latest stylo dally. Sho will
be pleased to show goods to all who niav
call. Cor. 8th street, In the Alexander
county bank bank building. 3-3-lm
Tho Paducau 'News' srives tho fol
lowing account or tho killing of a man
named Win. Leave! In Ballard county,
lew days ago: "From Mr. Charles
Noble, who was In the city Wednesday,
we received further particulars of the
dilllculty which resulted In tho killing of
Mr. William Leavel, at tho John Moore
farm, in Ballard county. Tho orlgla of
tho' difficulty was as follows: Several
weeks ago at a party in that neigh
borhood licayel asked a young lady to
danoo with him and alio rutused to do
so. A short time afterwards he llghtctl
a flrescracker and threw It In the room,
and It exploded at her feet, greatly
alarming her. A young man named
Mills went to Klrt Leavel and charged
blm with tho act, which he denied.
Some words then passed and they
agreed to meet at the house ot tho
Christian boys, on tbe Mooro farm, to
nttlo tho matter with knives, the un
derstandlng being that when either ono
said "enough," they were to be separat
ed. According to agreement, they met
hut Friday and renewed the difficulty In
the house, but Christian ordered them
out, and they went Into tho lane, where,
alter using some; very rough language
to each other, they comrnoncod cutting.
Alter a lew passes Mills was severely
cut in the bowels, and the parties were
separated. At this Juncture a friend of
Mdls remarked that he intended Mills
should have fair play, snd Win, Leavel
said ho Wanted It understood that his
brother should have fair play, too. ;
Iuluo meantime Mills had regained
his Icet, and daawlng a pistol, aimed at
Klrt Leavel, but missed hint and struck
his brother, killing him almost Instantly.
It was a sad affair. At last accounts It
u thought Mills would recover,1 :
ST. PATRICKS BENEVOLSH
Elevoutk AbbmM Ball. .
The St. Patrick Bcnevolont society
will glv.s their eleventh annual ball at
Scheel's Washington balloon Monday
evening, April nd, 1878. The commit'
tee of arrangement has fatten Jgreat
pains In making tho necessary prepara
lions for this ball, and feel warranted in
asserting that It will eclipse all other el
foils ot the society In this direction,
Tho price of tickets Is only ono dollar
which Is certainly low enough. The
committees guarantee a good tlmeto all
wi.u altend their ball.
V " J. M, tlooiif.
Committee ot Arrangements.
My Tailoring lrprUn)l
Is now complete with Mr. Victor Kadi
of Straaaburg. but more recently ot St.
Louis, presiding at the cutting board
Spring goods, fresh and new, offered at
reduced prices. A perfect fitting gar
ment guaranteed. Thanking the trade
for past favors 1 wish a continuance of
tbe same. Jon Antium.
Never HbwWii to Fall.
Dr. Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Ilorehound baa never been known to
fail in permanently curlnir obstinate
eougtas, soldi, croup, whooplnit cough, nor
any dlseasvs 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 its henclldal effects. Its sale in
this community Is Immense, and Itspopu
larity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
liamJs. Do not fall to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
annot disappoint you. Try it once. Trial
size 10 cent. Itegular slzts 00 cents and
one dollar. For sale by Barclay Jro's,
cor. of Jbtgbth street and Washington ave
Due, Cairo Ills.
Also agent for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never talis. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic. Price
CHICAGO ICE. CREAM.
i am now pnared to lurntsh the
above cream at my
LADIES 1CK' CREAM.FAKLOKS,
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. ' I have also
relurnUhed my parlors with tine marble
top tables ana finest chairs; In fact 1 have
as fine a place as any In the larger cities.
I will wait on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt atten
tion. Call and.be convinced.
Phil II. Salt,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Mrs. Lettle Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, betwoen wash
In tou and Commercial avenues, and lakes
this method ol Informing her old Irionds
and patrons that she liiu at their ser
vice, and solicits tholr patronage. She has
reduced prices to suit the times.
Nature I'emaada a Tonic
When the nerves are unstrung, tbe
headaclies, tho appetite is poor or in
variable, the sleep disturbed, and a gen
eral depreciation ot vital power Is ex
perienced. Such a state of things cannot
long exist without the development ol
serious disease. The most active and
genial invigorant known is Uostetter's
Stomtch Bitters. The absolute purity of
its spirituous basis and botanic Ingredi
ents gives a permanent claim to public
confidence, and Its surpassing medicinal
value Is admitted by medical men ol dis
tinction, by whom It Is widely used In
private practice. Fever and ague both
as a preventive and remedy dyspepsia,
liver complaint, bilious remittent fever,
constipation choleraic complaints, flatu
lence, and oil intestinal disorders, it Is a
thoroughly reliable remedy. It is the
anti-lobrilo speciUe par excellence of tho
malarial districts ofthij and other coun
tries, where diseases born of miasma
prevail, and as a general household
medy It i) also universally esteemed.
An Historical FacI. Kwrv nwont
who has been steadily sVAiiur ihu Im
proved .0 Homestead fywrhg,Maehlne
lor three years, owns his dwelfW kjbuso
lias a good account in bank. taJkitir nt
debt, and has money at interest, tilo na
tural consequence of securing a .good
agency lor superior goods t'JIe lowest
prices. A irood llrst-class .NRWnir .fu.
chine, most useful rcllablo at a all
times, easy to understand and control,
the same size and does tho same wolkL . , , . ,
as any machines that sells at lour tlines fV 1 are ge and ' nPP,v uir
mo price, lucre is no machine at any
prleu better, or that will do finer or more
work, and certainly none so low in prlae
by many dollars, Tho Homestead is
widely known aud used In thousands of
lumilles In the eastern and mlddla static.
and daily becoiuinfcpopuliir in the west.
11 win save us cost several times over In
one season, dulng the work of the family,
or will earn tour or tivo dollars a duy
ior any man or woman who sews for a
living. It Is tho strongest machine
made, is reudy at nil times to do work
makes the strongest and finest stitch yet
Invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the (Standard Family Sewing machine,
Price, complete tor dosoestlo use. . lie,
duced 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
profits than any other EttraordinarV
liberal ..offers, made to local or traveling
agents where wo have bom established!
or ,.lf there Is no agent -nesrt you, send
your eider direct to the factory. Ad
dress John II. Kendall A Co., 4a 1 Broad
way, Now York. 3J5-l2m,
!,i Trpaieht)rvaj. -iri, f
The Cairo Reform dab will glvo a
grand b all and supper at tho club build
Ing on Tenth stroat, Wadnosdav, otbo.
Ing April Mtlv .The largo aftd spacJOusI
reading room will bo cleared tor the oc
caslon and supper spread In iW fcdtdW
room. Come,, everybody, and have,.
Caiho, Ills.,Tiiusdav Evknino,
April 13. 1S78.
We are unable to report any change In
ino general condition of tho market
nere. 1 here Is very little dolnt? outside
Of the order trade, and prices aro not
materially changed on any of the leading
articles. Ihe flour market Is unsettled.
aud there Is nothing doing exeept on
orders. Prices have not advanced,
wougn uicy may Do said to be a little
firmer. Itecelpu are liberal and stock
good. 1 here is a good demand lor corn
ana au mat arrives finds ready tale at
quotations. The supply is light. There
is not much doing in oats, though prices
aro unchanged and steady at quotations
above., tfecclpts are limited and the
supply on the market small. The mar
ket Is full of hay of all kinds and the de
mand Is extremely light and confined to
the local market. Nothing below fmnt
mixed hay can be .sold. The market is
overstocked with red top and low grade
nay and it cannot be disposed of at any
price. There is a liberal demand for
meat ana prices are steauy at
quotations. The dcmindand supply
Is about equal. Bran Is in good supply
and steady at f 13. The market Is over
stocked with potatoes, and prices are low
and weak. Receipts of bulter have been
largo, and the market Is well supplied
with all kind. As the pasturage improves
tho supply of grass butter becomes
larger, and prices aro bound to de
cline. Eggs are bccomlnir nlentv.
though prices are steady at 8Jc Be
ceipts ol poultry are large; snd tbe mar
ket is well supplied. Tho demand,
however, is fair and prices steady at
The weather Is warm snd pleasant.
though we have had several light show-
ers since our last report.
RATES OK HKKIGHT TO NKW OKLEAN8 AND
MctnilhlS. YiibitM,rt V .
l'rybbi 2i H) 25
tirain special 15 121
Pork & Beef 30 48 37
uay..M 15 - ao ;I
Bank landings 6 cents iwr KM lha . ami
10 cents per bbi. higher.
ttkTOur friends Bhonld hear In mind
that the prices here given ore only lor
sales Irom first hands in round lots. In
tiling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance upon
these tlgures.- ,
The market is unsettled, and though
prices have not advanced they are a
slitde firmer than at the date of our last
Issue. The demand U light, and confined
to the order trade. Receipts are good
and stocks large. Sales were:
100 bbls. Family $ 5 30
300 " Various tirades 011
orders 4 2.Van m
5 ) " XXX 5 25
100 " Choice Family C 00
100 " V arious tirades 011
orders 4 00(JC 00
There Is little corn arriving, while the
demand Is active and prices steady at
quotations. Sales were 3 cars white in
bulk at 40c; 3 cars white in sacks at 45c.
The maiket is quiet, and th?re is little
doing. The demand Is light, though
holders are firm at 22'Jc in bulk. Re
ceipts aro light and the stock small.
Sales were 5 cars mixed in hulk, 2Sc; 7
cars mixed in sacks, 31 Je; 1 c&r mixed in
The market Is full of hay, while the
demand is weak and prices low, weak
and Irregular. Common aud low grade
nay is almost unsaleable. There is u
light local demand for choice. Sales were
3 cars prime mixed at $8; 2 cars choice
Timothy at .$10; 3 cars prime Timothy
. ' MEAL.
There is no change in the market for
meal. The supply and demand Is about
equal, and prices steady at quotations,
Sales reported were 200 bbls. city $2 20(3)
2 25; 100 bbls, do 1 25; 200 bMs. K. U.,
I'run Is In good supply and steady at
$13. Sales were 625 sacks at $13.
Tho market Is full and receipts large.
The demand Is light and prices low and
Irregular. Sales were 25 bbls pcachblows
at $1; 150 sacks, do., 30c
Tbo market Is largely overstocked
with all kinds of buttcr.and the demand is
light and! prices declining. As tho pas
turage linproyes the supply ot country
butter becomes larger, and receipts are
aboye the wants of the market. We note
sales of 15 pkgs. Southern Illinois, 15
18c; 6 pkg). Southerji Illinois roll, 12c.
and prices steady at tSjc. wa-s.werelO
2,000 dozen at iJ, Stikgs.
rjywijTttv. 1 m
Kerif wuf suppueu ana res
ceipts continue ftrtfe. ffho demand 11
luir aud prices sto&df .at quotations.
Sales were 11 coons tinxOd chickens at
25; 4 coops hens at 'fp3tS 3 coops
hens at $2 50; 4 coops mixed AJuckens
at $2. f
Sales were J. 500 lbs. S. C. P. hanu
at 7Jc; 1,000 lbsgbacon shoulders at 4c,
Sales were 5 tlorcss kettle rendered at
,71 0; 10 kegs do at 7Jc.
t ? STKAWUEKR1K8. f 1
I TJ f first strawberries .mid their tp
earanoe'ba yesterday, and so Id '.at I Oo
per bbi. ' These were a southern berry
and art Inferior article.""' " 1
, , Tlitj maiket is . well, supplied with all
kinds ol vegetables,' and prices aro low.
Sales were 300 bbls. Ohio river at $1 1ft
krr uox Umma,
. PhoJoo Hams imd. Breakfavt.lUujon al
Pettis;! Blray, otreT'otirasbmgto
Venus and FoniWnlh street. 4-18-1 w
SIGNAL SKRVICa REPORT. '
statioii. ' tow WAtaa. Bhwr rail
' ' - . - ST IK. FT. M. .
Calf? -tl 11
CIboIiuuUmm.... u 0 X
Davenport...... 3 2
fltUburij......... 4 X S
Louii villa. 7 t .X
Krokuk.... t 0
St. Luuu 14 u j
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service, U. . A
The My Choice tows the John Dippold to
The Urand Lake No. 2 has retired for
The Cumberland la to undergo repairs it
The My Choice and barges arr.ved from
The Oakland and barges and Whale
and barges passed up the Obio.
ur. Uradley says that Tupper didn't
know what be was talking about.
ine City ot Vicksburi? brought 100
bales ot cotton for the Last and made add!
ine 'ttepublcan' says that the Mollle
Moore has turned her trio over to the Com.
We are told that the City of Vickiburg
passed tbe Alton twice under way between
ilicknian and Cairo day before yesterday.
ihe Commonwealth (or Mew Orleans.
Colorado for Vlcksburg, Fashion for Pitts
burg and Jim Fisk for Paduuab are due to
Capt. 8ampson of Cincinnati, who has
been superintending the loading ol old iron
on barges at Columbus returns home to
day. A. L. By land, tbe veteran rlv.r editor of
SU Louis, has retired to private life and is
cultivating- bis farm, so tbey say. The idea
of a river editor owning a tarm !
Tbe C. W. Anderson has 10 colored em
igrants who are on their way to join the
colony that has been established In Kansas.
There must be a large number ol them
la Tax Payer. for Wale. ,
Four hundred and titty dollars of
Cairo city past duo coupons, Irom bonds
of 1301. Addref8 P. O. box No. 35.
Kingston, Mass. 3C
Tbo Simmons relrlgerators; also wa
ter coolers. Ice cream freezers; window
and door wire clotb, bird cages, flower
stands, hanging baskets, fishing tackles
and a thousand other things at
tf No. 115 Commercial avenue.
' e. t. k. c.
The regular weekly meeting of tho
Cairo Temperance Reform club will be
held this (Friday) evening at 7:30 o'clock
at the club rooms on Tenth street. A
cordial Invitation is extended to all.
Will K. Hawkins, Sec'y.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hia putro.is and tho public who
may favor him w ith a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couplo of nloely furnished rooms, which
ae bos provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to m style and will receive
8tt ok Illinois,)
AleXaiider Co.. f8p
In the Circuit Court of Alexander Couuti .
"ul"' V. 10,0,
vvooa luitennouie and
Joseph 11. Hittenhonse,
partners doing business
under the firm nance of
"Wood Klttenhouee &
mand 313 48.
Samuel K. Thompson.
John Slnnot and Ko
ward P. Uilson, as part
ners doing business un
der the firm name of "S.
K. Thompson A Co." ,
JS'otioe is herebv arlveu
named detendanta that a writ of attach
ment has been sued out of the Clrouit
court, at the suit of said plaintiffs against
aid defendant for said sum of five hun
dred thirteen an(i torty-eiht one hun
dredth dollars, direoteii to the sheriff ol
saia Alexander eountv tn avanura hinK
writ has been returned by said sheriff ere
cuteu. Now, unless you, the said defend
ants, shall personally be and appear before
said court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court bouse in
the city of Cairo, Illinois, on the third Mon
day of May, A. 1). 187b, give special bail
and pload to said action, judgment will be
nlered against you In lavor of said plain
tlOs and tbe property attached sold to sat
isfy the same with eosta.
JOHN A IIBEVE, ClcrV.
Okkxw & CiimKKT, Att'ys for PITrfo.
Katate of A. II. Safford, deceased.
Tbe iinderaluned havinir tieen
tr.x ofthe laalwill and teitament of A. B. Sal
lord, late of the county of Alexander and state ot
Illinois, deceased, hereby giveanoUc that the
will appear before the County court of Alexan
der county, at the court home, In Cairo, at the
May term, on the third Monday in Mav next, at
vhich tune all persons having claims agaiutt
n? estate are notified aad repeated to attend for
tSeJiiiirpoiM. of having the tarn adj luted. All
pertwinueweo to aaid estate are remieetrd to
make eWntidlate payment to the uudereiirned.
Dated Ufla IjjiU day nf March, A. It., im.
Notice to C'oalractara.
Ovvicx or city Clerk )
CallO. llu... AnrlllULb... ih:. l .
Sealtd Dronosals will ha ranoivrtd at thin
otliue, until 5 o'clock p.m. ot Tuesday, the
7th day or May, A. D. 1878, for the tilling
.. . L - A VJ. ...... t 1 . . 9
uh.-jii aumg oi ijw uuuui yarns 01 carta
4ut Thirteenth street, between Walnut
itruA andAVMmlngton avenue.
TUOAVOrk td be done UUdar tha illrnn.
tion and approval ot. the committee on
ThsrigbTto reject any or all bills Is re
served hy the city . J, a, Vb illis,
, dtd , , . City Clerk.
OHANOEUT MUT1CK. . k
kSrita o Iluhoii, 1 ' ' ; ' ''
Alexander Co.. J"'"' '
In Um cirottit Court pf AJajsadei County.
Clemlnaf. Ilardattand Vol.1
wrU. BarUett, her hu. Bill In Chancery
' """ ifoftctoae Mort
Hald detendanta ate Wabf notlM thai: tbe
above entitled tail is pending la aaid euurt, Sail
time .and vUoe of the return of ammop ta
trrv eaae ia iue nasi tarn
koMea at the conn honse
a or aaia aom, t 1
Un i fliMsaw. 1 ' - UarkaV aaid Uuui 1
' MORTGAGEE'S BALE.
" V, IH I jji.iu.iuj V H.B WW'i.J
of Aletanilor, in the state of lllinuie, did, OB tlM
ffuinii. fcr ti --.1 ,1...
via vi scpiruiiwr, a, u. imi, fueuii ana tie
liver ioV.O, i'atittr a Co. a chattel nioriK'gc,
oountyof Aleiendor, itate ot llllooli, in book
Vi'.l .r.i....... . ... .. ,
v u, v.u.u niunKK, On IMKe ill", iiienuy
canvtying to the said C. O. PMiir Co. Ihe
followir. desoribol and eltattele, to-wlti
1 wp 1 anere, two havering macbiaes, ingetber
with belie for rnnuiug nuiie, one eutionarv
engine and builr, etc., la swure the payment of
a eoruln miuieeory note niontlonwl in Said
chattel norVAKC ami default having been made
in the payment ofiaul note, and In tlie perlorm
anc ofceiula other of laid conditions of said
Now, therefore, notice la hereby given that the
undereigned of laid mortgage, by virtue of the
ternia and conditions ot aaid mortgage, will,
On Ihe t llli Ony of April, A. ia.lH7H.
at uo clock in ti e forenoon of aaid day, at the
court hoiute, in the ounty and aUte aforeHaid,
Mil at puhlic auction t tlx higlwat and bid
der lor cash, all of the alunaaid goods and
Kated thuaitfc dny of March, A. D. .
. UU. VAT1KK CO..
3 Monjngce .
Hoiien nt Final Settlement.
To Whom it May Concern :
Tbe uiiUersiguea administrator of the
estate ot Jauua II. Kiduwuy, deceasfld.
hereby Klves notice that he will make a
linal report or bis acts and doinini as such
administrator to the County court of Alex
ander county, at tbe May torni thereof, A.
1). 1S',8. to-wit: on Monday, May 'JlHli,
1878. ami will then ami thnrn uulr lnr - lull
and linal settlement of bis accounts and for
a aiacnarge irom all further liability as ad
lnlnlsirator ot aaid estate.
It. A. KDMUND90M,
April 17th, 1ST8.
PKTITIOM I.V BASKRUl'TCY.
In till, flldtvlp, Annr. ,1.. IT.. .-J ..... . -
.... w n vuiicu oiutca, tot
tlie southern district of Illinois.
in uanirupicy no. ngJ.
In tbe matter of Wataon R. Hnpsrir.ll h..t..
.Notice Is hereby given that a petition has been
Sled in said court by said W ataon li. Kock well,
nowol Uouider, in the county of Boulder in the
State of Cnlftraitii diilo .tu..lUH.. I . ...
tlieattorcongreiw olMarch nd, !Hii7,iUM the
amendmenU uiervto, for a diacharge and certiU
cate thereof, from all his debtg and other olaiu 1
provable under said act, and that the second day
of Slay. A. I). 17S, at eleven o'clock a. in., is
aaeigned fur the hearing or tbe same in said
court, at the United State court room ia the city
ot Slirlnlplllit. nrn-n un.l .v.... .11 1: .
(aid bankrupt, and ail other person in interest,
may attend and ehow cause, it any Uiey liave,
Why the prayer of said petitioner thoiild not be
granted. UbuUUK V 110WKN.
1.IN1U1D Jt T.lMfl.,1. 1 1,1.'
Attotjeyajor Petitioner. J '
OFK1CK OK ClTV CLKKK, )
Caiko, Ills., April 3rd, 178. f
fcea cd Drnnnaala Mill Im rspMuml .1 ,,.(.
ollioe uutil A o'clock p.m. of iueiday the
7lh day of May, 1878, lor the lining and
grading ot tiUO cttbio yards of eanh on
Commercial avenun. Imtwaan 'i'i,ir,i.h
and Thlrty-Jotirth streets, on the westerly
uo ui ui j. , v . iv. it. irucg.
Tbe work Is to h dnne 1
tion and approval of the committee on
The riirltt to rpiei-t anv nr nil hi, I lu
reserved. J. it. I'hillih.
Trt .TnkhiiM 13 Hull -a u. u. . ... i
nou ol Ihe estate of Jloeea Clara, deceased; tbe
unknown heirs of llosea Clark, deceased ; the un-
IfnUWD nwtl.M nl liil. ton I llll Al... .11. ...I
twelve (l-i), in bloi'k seventeen, iu the city ui
wM...j ui aicuucr nun aiate 01 Illinois;
HmiVV K . HhhIvc truutuA f... tl. .iu A. i ..
------ J n "... MtV MOV U IflSlUCI,
Kddys, the unknown owners ot lota one (1) to
eight (n). bath inclusive, In block eighteen (IH),
Infrhputid cltv nt I i ... ' .
Untlsey U. l'ecler, deceaaed; lliruiu Walker.
...... uiLiiunii iiturn anu iivvi-
ee ol Henjamin K K Jwarda, deceased ; Urorge
SiLvitK anil Alivliw W-Hr.l- V.. I .. V..
. " . -' .un, uuuncu (it
you, are hereby notilled that on the 4th day ot
April, 17, the Cairo and Vincenaci r.Hriud
eouipanv filed in the otfioe of the clerk of the
Alexander couuly circuit court a petition to con
demn, lor the use of laid railroad, amongst
otlKia, lots ten (in), eleven (11) and twelve (U).
iilhlu,b..llln.nlhIT 1.... .,v . !
, .1 ...... . u uui,. VlUilxU lOI
on (lin block twenty oi, all in the city ol
lnlrr. lV,lint v nf A lnrmii.. aH,i ..,. , in:...- .
tuith Inftlll.iir-. in I.aI. .lui iv . ..
w-.. ( j - a,s...MUti auu Bt4ic ui I UIIIUIB ,
also lob two (i), si((i). eleven (II), flye (ft),
Tf. c'weie (ia; and fourteen
(14), in the liuicl addition to saia city of Cairo In
which you are inttreated, which aaid iwliUon is
addressed to Hon. David .1. liaker, juilge ol siud
v'"-"vv .' F'-''ua "av me coniienaation to
te paid to the several owncra of lands specified
in said pcliCoB may be assessed accoruitiu to
You are further notiaed that the Hob. David
.1. liaker, judjfc as atorcaaid, has, by endorw
incut on aaid peiltion, fix.d tlie 27lh day ol
May, 1M7H, as the d-iy lor the hearina thereof.
Dated April UU, ls7H.
. ., , J'JHXA.UKEVE,
Clerk Alexander Couuly Circuit Court.
SAMt aLP. Whkblkk,
Attorney for i'cuUoutr.
OHeVRTCRBd If &a04 at, 186
OTPT HATIOSLL BANK,
Cairo, .. Illinois.
INTEREST paid on deposits March Island
Beptcniwr 1st. internal not withdrawn la ad
dad inline Handy to the principal of the dejioeit
thorxbj tslvlnvthmneomiioud interest.
Married Womea and Children may
A'epysii Aoney ana no ono
else can draw it.
I.Opea every business day tromSa.m. to S p.m.
V 1 nan tVIAa. a U UT-t 1 - m i
P.!ltff, VIoln'L T, J. Kurtbi AmL Cwh'r
mm m mi,
Ojroer Oommerolal Ave. and 8th Street
V, llross, Cairo. Win KhiKe.t'alro.
r weu, Cairo. Win Wolf, Cairo,
A Hunanka, Cairo. K L UllllDgHley,
K Hutlor, Cairo. 8t. Louis.
II Wells, Cairo, FII Ilrinkman.St Louis
J 1 Clcnison, Caledonia.
A Uoaornl Hanklu Bnalneaa Done
rl"Exiihanife sold and boturht. Inturaat nal.t
oa theSavinirs Uepartuient. Collections made,
and all business uroutuUv attendod to.
WUOLE8ALE AND UETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Vary Oloso.
Ooraar loth atraet M4 Coamerct A
CAIRO, ZLLXirOIB. '
O. C PATIEK & CO.
m w w. a-. sa. AA g Tail i,si ,,m
WXDrXjXjS b JaXZJXITZX
(of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital. 96,000,000 OO, in Gold.
(of Toronto, Canada,)
Assets $1,102,550 70.
FIRE & MAB1NE (of Milleville. Jf. J)
Assots $1,442,087 64.
(of New York City.)
Assets ...$515,334 80.
(of rhiludeiphla. Kstablishad In 1804.)
Assets $333,162 00.
(of Dayton, O.,)
Assets $410,424 86.
(of i'reeport, 111.)
Assets $455,877 33.
KISK3 WKITTEN AT FAIIt HATES.
EtTOmca In Aloxander County Bank.
Are not advertized as "ciire-olla ' hi, .... ,r
ics in the diseases lor whicl they are rocom"
Inrestigators of natural science have demon
strated beyond controversy, that throughout tha
animal kitwrilnm h- ,iH,i.nl .1 . i. .
p'" . 'i uic nucsi IS the
only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity.
..ww ..... v.,B . .1111.1113 Kuvcrn ine commercial
prosperity of man? An interior cannot supercede a
susKnor article, lly ieasnof superior merit, tir
riewe's Htandard Meilicinea have outrivaled all
others. Their sale In the United Slates alone ex
eeeds one million dollars per annum, while the
amount exported foots up to several hundred thou
sand more . No business could grow to such gigan
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that of merit.
13 FLEAS ANT TO USE.
Its cures eztond over a period of 20 years,
S 1T. SStn o-arx'sca
iw sale constantly Increar-M.
1 JV. fSlrt io-rj
ilirAfl hV Itfl TtliM snAlKlnn -.I1..-.
J - aais ovumi I let, VUUCtj
n... I., , . . .
uiub i-oiu in ueau ana uautrru or Ozoeua.
IT til'KAKS FOUlTSEI.r.
Kockpohi, Mass., April 2, K,
Mr. Kditor llaviiiK rend in Vour piiiwt "the
reports of the remurkahlt cures of catarrh, I am
imluced lo tell what i know about catarrh, and
I tlitit'.v thn I.-miir'. in. I .i..t... 1 1 .... .i. .
j w..u.. iiiuntiuH mue ruuK-
er mere dol lar grubbers-would be glad II they
" c,inn,Ajii similar cure in tlie papers,
t or i( years 1 s uttered with cutitrrh. The nasal
passiurea bee-line completely closed. Snuff,
dust, ashes, inhaling tubes and "sticW would
not work, thoaKh at intervals I would sniff np
the so-called catarrh anuff, until I become a valu
able Uter for such medicines. I gradually irrew
worse and no one can know how mush 1 suffer
ed or whata miserable being I was. My head
ached over my eyes so that 1 waa conllntd to.
mj- bed lor many eucoesaive days, suflerinjt the
most intense iin, which at one time lasted for
lKMhonru. Alll..n..nl'..i. .
sight aud hearing Rone, nervous sysiem shatter-
- ... " i.ur.nil, anil 1 was naWKUlX
and sjiittinx Bcvi n-eiKliia ol the time. 1 prayed
for di uth to relieve me of Aty suiU-rinits. A fa
vorablr nolle in your paper of lr. Sage's Ca
btrrh Itemeily induced nie to purchase a pacaaie
and use u Wiih Dr. Mage's misal douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure, tlie
only way compatible with common sense. Well,
air. lulitor, it did not cure ae in three-fourths
nt i ai..njl .. u i. . .. ...
- ..v. . uu. nuur or munut, out in
leas than eight minutes I was ralleved and in
mi .Humus cmm-iy cureu, onu nave n mained
so far oyer .11 mouths. While using Uie Catarrh
Keniedy I used Ur. l'ieroe' tioldeu Medical
ril.U.U.. ,n nnJA. V. 1 1 .,
. j . Hui 11; mj uiouuBmiauxngineamy
Btomach. A also kept my liver active and
bowels regular by the us of Mb Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets. If my experience will induce other
sufferers to leek the same means of relief, this
AilKii n in u.i, aiuwercu lis purpose.
Yours, truly, 3. l. KENJt CK.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Iliood-cleansing,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a L'kolagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative properties, cures Jiseaset
of the llloodand Skin, as Sxgl'uU, or King's tvil ;
rumors j Ulcers, Or Old Sores j lllotches; l-imples;
and Eruptions. Hy vntiio of iu Pectoral proper
ties. It cures Bronchial, Throat aad Lung Affec
tions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs;
and Uiroaic laryngitis, lu tholalngue properties
render it an uneiiualed remedy lor lliliousness Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint;'' and its Tonic
properties make it equally clhcacious in curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and liypcpsia.
Where the skin is sallow and covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings, a few bottles af Golden Med
ical Dlscuvery will effect an entire cure. If you feci
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish-brown spou on face or body, frequent
headache or diiiinesa, bad taale in mouth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot Hushes, low .pints
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, aad
tongue coated, you are suffering Irom Torpid Liver
or ' ' lliliuusnu.1. lu many cases of "Liver Coat-
Jiluint." only part of these symptoms are experi
ence J. Asa remedy for all siuih uuea. Dr. Pierce's
liolilen Jlcdioal Discovery has no equal, as U effects
perfect cures, leaving Ilia Uver atreagOicncd aad
Dr. R. V. Pism-a Is (lie sole proprietor and
manutactuntr of Ihe forvgoing reranliM, aJI of
which are sold by druggtaM. II is ato Ihe
Autbiwol'thePaoplv'scoaimoa bans Medical '
Aivsnwr. wm. Hwir uw snoaaaiMj pa
with two hundred and ghiy-two wood-evgrav-lags
and colored plates), lie ha already aeid t
(hia popular work . ,
Over 100,000 Copies! ;
MICE (post.paW $1 60.
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