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I will olliir on Monday Morning
very ImrduHtol liurd pun pricua.that will
tion. Altto now linen or Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cornets, JJibbons, Kid
(ilov(!S, Fans, Parasols, otc. I lutond to
hiisliicsson tliosnmlluht possiblo scalo ot I'Xim'hho condiment wltb dllchmcy. All
must itirroo tbat expnrwiM must como out of tho Good and the groutcr thii cxpormo
tho jfrontt R tlio prlco must bo. My Motto U: SKI.L ! TUKN TIJK GUODH
OVEU AM) GET NKW GOODS !" 1 do not Intend imilufitlng my bu.diir.ye ,n
the entirely obaoleto ol olTiTlfig I.kaokhh, which iiioiiiih nulling you a tew Arilclns
ut Cost or Less and moro than making u,i li't loss on other Goods. I 'uKiiiit
Maki.no a I.kadkh ok Evkiiyiiiino in My Htck. No (ji.d Good allowed to r
mnlii In tlio liouso, nwl you md not lm al'raid oi any old styfrs brdiig palmed off
Ladles you an) all Invited to comu as often as you pleoHo and it will be our
pleasure and business to lumlnh you every possible Information as ta good;) and
prlws. Do not bellevo what others nuiy sy about us but Comb and rims (or your-w-lves.
Po not lorgei tlm plaee, CIIAS. R. STUART,
Eighth-st. Between Washington and CommorciaWaves.
WEDNESDAY, April 21, 1878.
Fresh ahull oysters at Harry Walk
Try A. Jaeekul's May driuk, and
don't you loriit it, Iw
Capt. 1). Ilurd of Denver, Colorado,
was in bt. I .outs day before yesterday.
.May drink at A. Jaeekul 's saloon fH
posite tlio ISi'U.ktin olllcc. lw
Don't foriot that A. Jaeekel furn
Mies the Ice rool My drink at his sal.
Quite a number o( our teamsters are
tliidinjc employment on the MitkiMinpl
Central railroad opposite here.
Harry Walker sets up the oyster
soup lunch every morning at 0 o'clock
At Harry Walker's crystal haIooh
nisy lm found tlio choicest ulndl oysters,
Oyster soup lunch at Harry Walker's
Crystal siiloou every (.wiling at 'J
o'clock. 1.1. It
Shell oysters just rcorlvnl at the
Cryxiftl calHr. Hakky Wai.kkk.
Tin. ilru'C to get g' hW miilerweur",
tine gM)d, Ht very low priced, is at
A. Maiix.CI Oli o Levee.
Jaeekel received toiflay twr Adams
Express the necessary herbs of which In
enmiiounds his popular May drink.
'Juery: Why will men snioko common
tobacco when they can buy Mirburgh
Jtros. ".Seal ol North Carolina" at the same
price f Hi 3 tr.
Don't forget the free oj gter soup at
I) o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street aud (.'nmmerclal aes
nue. 1.1. tf
Lant night in the parlors ol the St.
Charles bold the Excelsior noddy and
Literary society assembled and elected
Those who contemplate going to the
relorm club ballon the 21 Inst., should
n ni 'iulier that there will be no extra
charge tor ladies.
Mr. F. Korsmeyer Is just in receipt
of a very largo and select stek of Key
West and imported cigars, to which ho
ejills the special attention ol smokers.
Mr. Jake Martin, It is said, lias
bought the six lots on which formerly
stood the residence of Mr. G. II. Greeley
on Tweiity-llrst street.
Mrs. W. W.Wallace and MissKmma
Axleyaroin Centralia where they at
tended tho luncral of Mrs. Taylor,
grnndmother of Mrs. Wallace.
The show was the occasion of jiving
our streets quite a lively appearance yes
terday. Youngsters ot all colors and
sizes thronged the streets.
Jaeckcl's Mayflower drink is gradu
ally gaining favor. Its principle corns
ponent pnrts are asperoua and adorata,
both of which are healthful and inergor
ating herbs. 23-1 w
Tho Excelsior social and Literary
society propose giving an excursion on
the Ariadne Saturday, May -Ith. To
what place the excursion will be mado
we liavo not warned,
Ono ot the Cairo and Vlnocnncs en
gines ran off tho track near Twentieth
street yesterday afternoon, and not less
than nn hour was required to put her
back again. No damage done.
-Mr. llennlngton of Ponicroy, Ohio,
Is In the city visiting his sister, Mrs. Win.
Hughog. He came to Cairo to bo present
at the marriage of Miss Ada llallidny and
Mr. John Aisthorpo.
--Ho sure and seo tho eagle and owl In
the Arlington houso window. C. D. W.
Hrown isnowstopplng there, anfl for n
. lew days will teach the nit ot embalm,
Ing birds, animals, etc. n
-Wo hear that Mr. Wood KittonhoiPo
has purchased tho lelockproperiy, and
paid therefore ttVreoThmisanii llvo bun
dred dollars. The house Is In go.nl con.
tlltinn and well Bituatcd, and Mr. lilt tew.'
house obtained It at bargain.
Tho ladies or the German Lutritoan
church had a very pleasant social gaths
Ming a,' tho parsomigu on Thirteenth
Htrcet last night. Kefrcshments ol ml.
ttus kinds were scrvod and a most excel,
lent titno was had.
The Eighth street sidewalk is, during
this roltiy weather, constantly covered
with water and our Eighth Btrcet mors
HOUSE. : v
Nkw Sumxkr DittM Ooodh. bouirht nt tlio
bo Sold at I'kicks Tim Pkfv Compkn,
yon Goods C'iikai', and to conduct my
chants and thoco whohuvo to travel that
street are becoming Impatient for the
A story of an cloiM'mcnt has
come to our ears. The young
lady resides on Nineteenth street
between l'oplar and Commercial ave
nue. Who the young man Is, or where
he lives we have not learned. The
couple disappeared a tew days ago, no
one knowing where they had gone and
and they havo not yet been heard from,
Children cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant to take an honey, it
contains no morphine or other deletcri.
ous Ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worm, cure wind colic, regnlato the
boweia aud sfoinaeli, and overcome ir
rltation caused by ra-h or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It is harmless,
It Is certainly sjK-edy, aud It is cheap.
Persons wishing anything ii the line
of millinery goods, will do wdl to call a
the chtibtlshment of Mrs. II. S. Carson
A Co., as the goods are all fresh, new
and of the latest importations, styles and
fashions. New goods just received aud
will be during the season every l: w days.
All are invited to call at tliat establish
ment on Commercial avenue opposite
Winter's block near Seventh street.
formerly occupied as a toy store, (Vuo.
Ill . . - ' '
" i Him
A new German school will be opened
on the Urt ol May, 1S7S, at the old Ger
man scnool-house, on Fourteenth Fta-ct.
Parents wishing to send their children
there, cannot have a better opportunity.
Also an evening school will bo oncned.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to Jearu
the German or French languages, will
do well to take advantage ot this on.
portunlty. Terms moderate, according
to tho tlms. for particulars address
lock box 810. 1. M. Fkikiierich.
Cairo, J II.
At the northeast corner of Twelfth
street ami Washington avenue, one ol
the most popular resorts in the city is
located and one ot the most obllirinL' and
accommodating gentleman in the per
son ot Mr. Amatidus J.ieekd. We
would have it distinctly understood that
no warm, insiped beverages are to be
loimd at this saloon. Only the coole-t.
creamiest beer and ale and the freshest
wines, honors and cigars are vended at
at this establishment. Go and see lor
Thayer, Didendbach & Lewis lmw
company gave an entertainment last
evening, notwithstanding the Inclemency
ot the weather to a fair audience. The
exhibition was all that was claimed for
it-ono of the best of its kind. The
combination eml races some rare talent,
and though the night wps a most dis
agreeable one, and tho company labored
under the greatest disadvantage, the ex.
hibitlon was excallent from lirst to last,
and those present were unanimous In
their praises of it.
Mrs. L. J. Spears has returned trom
laying in her spring stock of millinery
and notions. She can say without fear
of contradiction that her stock through,
out is the ilncst and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only a.-ks the
public to call and examine her goods and
DC convinced that f,ho comnetes success.
lully with all others in these goods. She
will have auctions on the lirst Saturday,
from a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
to make room, as sho will receive new
goods in the latest style daily. Sho will
be pleased to show goods to all who mav
call. Cor. 8th street, In the Alexander
county bank bank building. KJ-iiu
En. Bulletin :-Tho tl no music, that
was rendered by the cholrsters, Mr.
Miss McKce and J. F. VanDoren, at tho
rooms of tlio Cairo Temperance ltelorm
club on last Friday night, is the "talk ol
the town." They acquitted themselves
with great credit, and we sincerely hope
tlio olllcers of tho club will secure their
attendance at tho hnll on next Friday
night. The pieces sung were: tho new
fong dedicated to the club, by Will ,s.
Hayes, "God helping us wo will" and
' Denth is there. two most lieiitiiiini
compositions, and exactly appropriate to
tho cause lor which they were intemled.
Their courtesies, we know, an a , rc
elated by tho public, and many were
prevented from being present on account
or the rain on that evening who earnest
ly deslro to hear them on next Friday
Tho Simmons refrigerators; nso wa
fur coolers, Ico cream freezers; window
and door wire cloth, bird cages, flower
stands, hanging baskets, fishing tackles
and a thousand other things at
i A. llil.LKVV,
tf No, 113 Commercial avenue;
TIIE STOHM KING.
The Blow on Yesterday Morning
OcNtriirllfliimf Properly nml DnmnK
to HIindeTreow niul Nlirubbery.j
It Is unnecessary to say to tho people
of Cairo that thU section was visited by
one of tho most terrilia and destructive
wind storms within tho memory of the
"oldest Inhabitant" on yesterday morn
ing between lialfspnat three and half,
past lour o'clock. They all know that It
was a terrible storm, but may
may bo aware of tho damage
done to property within 'the
city and in the country round-about.
I'hoiigh tho night was very dark, and
black and forboding clouds overhung
the sky during the night, nnd there win
every Jndlcatlou of rain, tlicro was no
reason to belieyo that
SO SKVKKK A BTOKM
was in store for us. L'n to three o'clock
there was occasonial spurts of rain, but
tho wind was not unusually brisk.
Shortly before four o'clock in the morn
ing, a slight shower occurred, and It was
Immediately followed by a stiu south
wind, which increased in severity for at
least littt.cn minute, at the end ot which
time it had come to be a perfect hurri.
cane, and for fully Iialf au hour It blew
one steady terrible gali'i wrecking and
twisting the strongest trees and leveling
them to tho earth, blowing dovvu fences,
turning over outbuildings and in many
places doln grcaS damage to more sub
stantial property. Wo hear of a number
of persons who mado narrow escaiies,
but no one so lar as we have boci, able to
learn was seriously iijurcd.
liclow we givo a list of tho houses and
other property damaged by the storm.
The airo dry docks, located near the
foot of Thirty-fourth street, were blown
loo..e from their mooring and out into the
river, and it was not until late in the
morning that they were get back to their
H1K YKLI.OW WAKfcHOCSK
was badly damaged.about ball of the rool
being blown oil and one side torn down.
at the loot of Twenty-eighth street, also
suffered considerable damage. The
smokestack was blown down, and the
building otherwise damaged.
11 IK SI. UIAKI.HS IIOTKL
fullered considerable. The roof ot the
kitchen department was blown oil
and a portion f the wall fell in. The
damage was so great that it was found
impossible to do the cooking tor the In
mates ot the hotel, who were co(nH'lled
to take breakfast and dinner at the
Arlington Hoi..c, while lepuirs were
being made. The damage amounts
to between three and live hundred do!,
was slightly damaged, a iortion of tho
root heing carried away.
TUB IIL'II J ACTotlY
suffered in a like manner though more
1IIK I'l.Ai; ST AM'
in the custom hou-e yard was blown
down and demolished by the fall. The
was considerable, and a force ot hands
were out the greater part of the day
A large elm tree In
CAl'T. w. r. llALMIIAY's YAItP
was blown down and fell on an out
building in which one of the captain's
hired men was a.slerp. Notwithstand
ing the building was badly damaged, and
a portion of the roof caved in, the sleep,
er did not wake up until Opt. Halli.
day had given him a lively sinking.
The building was badly dcmolithed.
OX THK utvr.it.
Although there was a number ot
burghs and boats blown loose Irom their
lastcnings, no serious damage was done.
The destruction to
shape ti;i;k3 ami siikmiiikuy
was great. In all lurts ot tho city great
trees wero leveled to the earth, while
fruit, trees, shrubbery, vegetable and
llower gardens were torn up and destroy
ed. A large tree at the corner of Fourth
street and Washington avenue was torn
up by the roots, while m front of the
residence of Capt. W. M. Williams,
on Washington uvnnun nnnr
Eight Street two others were blown
down, ono ot them in falling carrvlii"
away a portion of the cornice of Capt.
illiams residence. At tho comer ol
Twelfth street and Washington avenue
a large cottonwood tree was blowu
down. The above is by no means all the
destructions wrought hy the storm, but
we havo mentioned only the worst in-
stanees. It is impossible to give a cor.
reet estimate ot , tho loss occasioned by
the storm, .but all told It cannot lall
short of $10,010.
IS' THU COIJNTKY.
From reports from the country, uartl.
cularly along the lino of tho I. C. Kail-
road ns far as Pulaski and across tho
river In Kentucky, tho storm did con-
sidcrablo damage In tho destruction of
fences, outbuildings, trees, etc.
Ed. IJraxton has returned to his old
stand in tlio Kciser building, where ho la
Xittcr prepared than ever to accommo
date hi.s patro'is and tho public who
Z I ' Z tr " , " huH Km'
7"' ' P
71 f nl y ,,r?lsW '.,., wl,iol,
h0 ,ms Provi,,c,1 wltn " the latest im-
may favor him w ith a call. He has gone
provtmients and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only llrst class workmen Hnd those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to m stylo and will receive
dltlc folmiiun'a jnitutiry,
Mrs, tattle Coleman has roopenod her
laundry on Fourth street, between wanh.
Injton and Commorolal avonuoe, ami takes
this method of Informing her old frlouds
and patrons that sho iMujiin at their sor
vice, snd solicits tUnlr patronne. She has
rodueod prices to suit tbo times,
, To the rubllc. ,
On the first duyot Maylihull re-as
sumo tho business management of both
luo Cairo Bullktin newspaper and lob
aruicipaw the reception, trom the eitizeni!
of Cairo and Southern Illinois, of
patronage that will enable mo to
lvo to them' a ", first clnss news
paper and " nnexcelfcd tviiovrunhiiutl
work of all kinds. During tho past
imrieen years, I have been laboring to
t'SUhligh u nuwspajier that Cairo
might afford to brag about; and, at
times, I have almost succeded iu doing
so. I intend to make one more effort; ami
shall certainly not fall If support Is at
once liberal and lrcely given. I am
w illing to work hard and Industriously
for Cairo, it Cairo does not ask me to
starve at the business. 1 have just re
ceived new type-new everything; and
In a tew days, will have the Bullitix
clothed in a new raiment from top to
toe. In calling attention to this fact, it
may be proper to remark that, hereal.
ter, no business man in Cairo will be up
in his duty to either himself, his family
or his city, who neglects to advortkn
Ids business In the columns of tho Uul-
LKn.saud to subscribe lor it bv the
year and pay In advance. A business
thus advcrtls! must ii'-cessarily becomo
either profitable or respectable; and tho
man who subscribes for the Huli.k.
tin must soon grow Into happiness and
wealth. These tacts will at once become
apparent to any ono when he learns that
the New Bt i.i.ktin tbat Is to sa . thu
Old P.ui. lktix, In a new dress will be,
In its daily edition, newsy and as Inde
pendent as the proverbial wood-sawer.
and in its weekly edition, as large, as
able and as good looking as any oilier
paper In the west. Mr. Thomas Nally,
a newspaper man and a printer ol much
more than ordinary ability, will edit the
paper and be gcieral manager of the
Ui li.ktin e.-t.ibli.-hinent. He is author
ized to receive subscriptions, and contract
lor a'tVertisements and job work. Mr.
Louis Schuekers will be collector and',
canvasser, aud is also authorized to,, re
ceive subscriptions and contract (urtoth
advertisements and job wor, tAU ot
which is respectfully submitted.
y Jjyf. lit OUKRLY.
A. HhtokicaiV hvAcr. Every ngent
who has been steadily selling tlie im
proved J2u Homestead Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling house
has a good account in hank,' is clear ot
debt, and has money at interest, the na
tural consc'iueuce of securing a good
agency tor superior goods at ihe lowest
prices. A good lirst-class Sewing .Ma
chine, most uselul reliable at all
Uims. easy to understand and control,
the same size and does the eama work
as any machines that sells at tour times
the price. There is no machiue at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none so low In pnas
by many dollars, Tho Homestead is
widely known and used in thousands of
families iu the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular In tho west.
It will save its cost several times over in
one season, duing the work of the family,
in Bin cum lour or live uonars a day
for any man or woman who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine
made, is ready at all times to do work
makes the strongest and linest stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
Pi.ce, complete, tor domestic use. lies
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
protits than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established:
or, if there is no agent near vou, send
your order direct to tho factory. Ad
dress Jobn 11. Kendall & Co., 421 Broad
way, New York. 3.15-12m.
.fver It ii., h ii tu IhII.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Clmrry
and Iloreboiind has never hicn known to
fail in ; permanently curing ohstmate
couf,'hs, golds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any diseases of the respiratory organs, and
it does it, too, atonco. His not necessary
to take it for a long time before you can
discover its beneficial effects. Its salo in
this community is immense, and its popu
larity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hands. Do not fall to givo this great and
potent romedy a trial. It will not and
cannot disappoint you. Try it once. Trial
size 10 cents. Regular sixes :') cents and
one dollar. For sale by ilarclay Bro's,
cor. of Kighth street and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Also agents for Prof, l'arkor's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleasant
to titke, and requires no physic. Price
Tlio Common s.neiny.
In order to make headway against the
common enemy, disease, it is necessary
to oppose hint with persistence. It very
freuueutly happens tiiat a reuiedv per
fectly adequate to the necessities of the
case, it persisted In, is condemned and
thrown aside because a;lew doses of It docs
not cure a malady. How unreasonable
and unjust would such a judgment he re
garding llostettcr's stomach bitters, ono
ol the most popular nnd highly sanction
ed nit'ilir.lncs ol the day, a potent Invigo
rantand an invariably sueccsstully rem
edy lor constipation, dyspepsia, liver
complaint, incipient rheumatism and
gout, inactivity and weaknesss ot tho
kidneys and bladder, aud for the liitlrini
tlcs incident to tho deelino of
lib). No fact is better established than
the above, yet in order to experience Its
truth those uiuicted with obstinate forms
of disease should givo this benignant
curative a patent trial. If they do, they
may rely upon decisive curative results.
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
1 am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my . , ; ;
LADIES ICE' ( UKAM.rAHI.ORlJ,
having had a practical workman ot that
city In my employ for the past eight
months who worked in tbo largest loo
cream factory In that city, 1 have also
refurnished my parlors with lino marble
top tables and llucst chairs; Iu fact 1 havo
as fine a place as any In the larger cities,
I will Walt on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt attens
tion. Cull and.be convinced.
' ; l'nii. II. SAUr,
Corner Elgbtu Street and Washington
Avenue T;i7 i
eiONAt sianci bjport.
1 MArioa. .' ' low WATn. Bum or Full
' i ', r L xm. rt. in.
.-.ZT 27 8 ' X 7
Cincinnati 1J o 4
- , i
PlttHliuiv ,H J f 4
Louisville............... 7 j
St. l'Ul M
Krukuk...... S 2 X 4
tit. Loum pi o X S
JAMKS M. WATSON,
EfcniuiK Signi! Service. U. S. A
Tho Vint Shlokle bus a fair cargo for
The Tort Kads and barges cletred for
The J, M. Kerr brought Thayer ft Co's
circus to the city.
The Kanawha No. 3 went back to Bt
Louis with coke.
Ihe Gold Dut and Mud hare fair car
t'O'JS lor tit. Louis.
The K M. Norton goes up tlio Ohio with
4 barges of ore, 1 barge old rails and em
The hurricane yosterday morning broke
the J no B. Maude's lines and gent her
whirling Into the stream. Barges that were
lying at the bank were blown across the
river and all water-crafts were severely ag
itated, but no serious damage waa done ex
cept the loss of the roof of the Yellow
The storm seems to have been the heavi
est In tho upper part of the elty. It blew
ofi portions ot the roovee.f the Box clJr 1,18 UrS'" V"?""' A x1a",'er Cou"ly.
... h.,i.j ii..,.., . .,.!,.. Jiy ierm.A. U. is,8.
ry, Hub factory and little elevator, and tb
new roof of Morlock's distillery and abnut
half the iron roof of the Vlncennes wharf
hoat. About Ooose hlaad and Commerce
It mowed the timbor cle m, and It seems
tbat Cairo only esouped annihilation by be
ing go low. In St. Louis the rainfall was
unprecedented and between that port and
Cairo the side streams are pouring Hoods
into the river.
Just received by Taher Bros, a tineas',
sortiuent of beautiful heavily , plated.
ware, suitable for wedding1 present.
Also, just completed tho manufacture of
some line jewelry of beautiful design.
All of which aro now open lor inspec
All those necdiug anything In tlio pro
vision line will do well to call atNos. 70
and 71 Ohio Levee, before purchasing
elsewhere. Pork, Bacon, Lard, etc., all
in good stock and prices down! down!
down! W. P. Wright.
April 22. 1878. lm.
Mnrx'M lint IIuiiho.
This house lias become one of the most
popular hat houses In the clty Why?
Because you al vays lind the best in the
country, such as the celebrated John B.
Stelson direct from tho factory, every
one mado to order.
A. Marx, 01 Ohio Levee.
The Cairo Iteform club will fcivo a
grandtb all and supper at tho club build
ing on Tenth, ttrcet, Wednesday even
ing, April 24th. Tho large and spacious
reading room will bo cleared tor tho oc
casion and supper spread in the lecture
room. Come, everybody, and have a
good time and help a good cause.
00 lor gentlemen, Ladies
t liUHilK'NN Halt
, flannels and cheviots ot
therefore t. Marx, 01 Ohio Levee.
NOTICE rVlTNAL SETTLEMENT.
To Whrm It May Concern:
lau uuiiersio'ui'd iiiliiiinistriitor of the
estiite 0( JoshuaS. Yates, deceased. I........
by gives notice that he will make a tiual re
port oi nis acts ana doings as such adniinis.
trator to the County court oi Alexander
county, at the .May term thereof, A. I).
187m, to-wit: on Monday, May 20th, 1878,
and will then and there ask for a full nnd
final settlement of his accounts and for a
uiscnarge irom all lurther liability as ad'
ministrator of said estate.
A pril 22, 1878. Administrator.
Notice at l lnnl Nettlemcut.
To Whom it May Conoorn :
The undersigned administrator of the
estate ot James II. Jtidgwy, deceased,
hereby gives notice thut he will make a
final renort ilT his o,.ta r.H Ani,. - . ,
administrator to the County court of Alex-
vuunijr, Bt vue may term tnereof, A
I). 1878. to witS on Mondny, 4uy Both
I8i8. and will then and there ask for a tuli
and final settlement of bis accounts snd for
S diHI'llsriro (mm all fiirili.n Ii.il.iii... .... - i
, o- " " . .U....V. ..auiuiv oe an-
ministrator ot said estate .
. .. . 'ii Aimiulbtrator.
April 17th, 1878.
ToJosliiia a Hall aa adiidnntntor de bonis
non of tha estate of llosea Clara, .leaas.l; iho
uiiknowu heiri ofNoaea Uark, deceased; the tin-
ii. m m 7i Alttiamlwuna state of lUiuoii;
l i i Vi Mi MHO,w " uiw uho ot ) amen
KllllVi. lilt link lllllirn nui a . ....
.'Thi(S).bothioelusive, m block eighteen (is)
wnnsey u- .J, 'leri "tram Walker,
W.lllAlll MHtlieP th imliKA v. i...t . .'
ol ileiijainiii K. K Jwarda, Ki ,umi : Ueorge
...v inn, uqu raun ot
yoii.are herebj notiiledtluton the 4th day ol
April, is.s, tha Cairo and Vinoennes rallfoatl
oom,nv filed iu the olllo. of (, ciw ol the
A Iwuuder county circuit court a petition to eon
dcnia, lor tha na. of b.ikI railrouii, amonifst
plliers. lots U-a (Hi), eleven (11) and twelve (l5l
iii biWkaeventnili(17; lots one (I) to eight
... - -- ... wluwv ciatieen iiro lot
jn. (l)ln block twenty (. nil in the city ol
I .aim mil tt, v nf A . . .....
i V. . J,X. """'"KrMuiuwoi I inois:
also lot-i two (5), six (.ii). eleven (tl), dye (,-,
(Hi, In the Hotel sildlthm to said city of Cairo iu
which you are iute.mtcd, whbili aal.t iKitilloa Is
aildresUHltoHon. Daviij. llalxr.JuJgeol said
pirciut court, prayinirihat the eoinpanaatlon to
be paid to the BeVerarownera or lanTsp r'fiij
In said netttioB ma ba -. .1 ... ,;
- .uv. auvuruma w
Vpu arertirtheTnotiiled that the Hon. David
J. Haker. inda-e as atowaiil. ka. i. .i .
iiicnt on aald petition, nxod the irfih day el
May, Ih-H, as the day lor the hearing: thereoll
hated April .lb, 1S78. " ,0,
.. JOHN A . RKKVE,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Rotlrn ta finnmjit.
rivt T.. m 'f ..u
ilAIUIh Ilia A m.II O- j I
oflioe until 6 o'oloc p.m. of Tuesdir to.
7th day of May, 187s" for the 1 Ul uS ."5
irrst llnir ot (kill enhin l"fL
Oomnwroial avenue, between Thirtieth
The work it to be done under the direc
tion anil iimmvil a m..i..- .
The right to reject any or all hide li
reserved, J. li. 1'niLi.is,
tVftOUEO All m
SlATl OW IMJNOIS, ) , .
la tlio Ciroiiit Court of Alexander County.
ClcmiuaP. Ilurlltul anil Vol-)
Buy it. Uartleii, hef huv I BUI In Chancery
baud, I to
v, f Foreclose Mort-
aiary BttWart SUu Vt illUin gage.
W. Skwait. J
Saul dclcmiunta are hereby notified that the
ahoveenlultxl suit U pending in will court, and
tl.a time ami Una oil be return of summons in
I li case 18 the next term of said court, to lie
liul'k-u at the court houxe iu tha city of Cniro, in
wild county, on the ihlril Monday In May, A.
U. "lis. JOHN A.allKKVE.
Oman A Gaiixar, ) Clerji of said Court
' - '. . - . i 1 . .Ji j
Wiubxas, Orrln M. lirainard.of the county
or Aluxaudiir, in tlm tiuU of lllinoin, dta, on l'i
iii'thol'bepti-iiilM-r, A. !. In77, execute anil de
livers U. o, l-utler A Co. a cliatul luortKUKe,
winch ii recorJeil In Uie reoirdnr'a' erUee, ol Jie
(iimiitvol Alexander, slate of Illinois, in bcVi
'C nftlmtU'l iii(jrt(r4n8, oniai(iillu, ihereliv
ti.nmylng to le shi.1 C. O. I'atu r A Co. i
loUowinu dcril:il and chattels, to-wit:
I wo planers, two leaverlng niarbinea, ti.gett. ;r
with belts for rnouiniK same, one sutmnarv
eiiKineaml boller.etc, to secure the payment oi
a certain iroruisaory note mentioned in suid
chattel n,jkaKe, audilulault fjaviun lieen made
in thepayiffent of said note, and In tue periur.ii
ance of icrtala other of said conditions or uaid
ow, tliereforo, notice is hereby given that the
undersigned of aald mortKK, by virtue of the
terms and conditions ol said iiiortiriuiu. '.'ill.
Ill in'J4tli Uitjror April, A. H.IV7.
at !) o'lf ork in tne furenoon of said ilaT. t tin-
court bnusa. in the cniintv nnd nt&t Ht'nrrHaui.
tell at piililic auction to tile highest and best bbl-
ner wr casu, ail ol the aioresaid gooils and
lukd this 2Jth day orMurch, A. I). Ix7
C. O. VA IIKIl A CO.,
3 23 'It AlortgaKeea
SfM ok Illinois, ) .
(lexan.lr I n .
Wood Kittenhoiis and 1
Joseph 11. Kittoniiousc,
partners doing business
under the tirui liumo ol i
"Wood KiUenhoune ,V
Urothcr," j rn Attachment,
Sam u o I K. Thompson, i m a n d $ii!3 48.
John Hit) not and Ku-
ward P. (irfaon, an part-1
ni;rs dotutf Imsintss no-1
der the hrm name ot "S. i
K. Thompson dc t,'o." J
Notice is hereby given to said ahove
niiinud delendanti thai a writ of attach
ment has been sued out or the Circuit
court, at the suit of siid pluintills oKainst
Hiid delendants for said sum ot live hun
dred thirteen and lorty-eight one hun
dredth dollari!, directed to the Bherilt ol
said Aloxander county to execute, wnictt
writ has been returned by said sheriff exe
cuted. Now, u n lei's you, the said delend
ants, shall personally be and appear before
said court on tho lirst day of tho next term
thereof, to be hohlen at tue court house in
the city of Cairo, Illinois, on thAlliird Mon
day ol May, A. U. 1S7H, give cll bull
aud plead to said action. iudKOLait wtll he
enteted ui;inst you in lavor of said plain
tills aud tue property attached sold to sat
isfy tne bame with costs.
JOtLN A KEEYE, Clerk.
(jKkkn .t (iiLBKitr, Atfys for Pl't'fls.
Estate of A. 11. tiaflbrd, ileccaard.
1 he niiilersiiiueil tiavmi? been appointed rxectl
tr Xi.f tlie last will and testament ol A. I!. .Sal
lord, late ol the county of Alexander and stale ut
Illinois, ilectaied, hernliy giv-siHilico Unit ,le
will upinrar lie fore the County court at AUxun
dercuuiiiy, at the court house, in Cairo, t t ie
M.iy urin, on the third .Monday in .May iic.t, nt
winch Iiiiih all persons having etauns a)!.iiti:it
said tstutc arc notllied and reu.:ati-ili attend inr
lite p'iriiosu ot luiviuir, the mmu udjiibteit. Ail
persons indebted to sunt estste sre reiiuenUil to
make imiscdiate payment to tha undersiftped.
Hated this Istli day of March, A. ., Is7s.
A N.N A E. BAKKOKH,
3 21 WCt Executrix.
okfick Of city Clbkh: I
CaliO, Ilia., April lUth., 1878. J
Sealed proposals will ne received at this
otlice, until o o'clock p.m. ot Tuesday, the
7th day of May, A. D. 1878, for the li'Mnif.
aud pradinir of &00 cubic yards of earth
on Tuirteouth street, between Walnut V
street and y aahtngton avenue.
Tho work to be done undor the direc
tion aud approval ol the committee on
The rlyht to reject any or nil hills is re
served by the city. J. 1), 1'uillis,
dta city ciork.
I'tli llON IN IIA.NKKIT'ICY.
In tlie district court of the United States, fur
the southern district of Illinois.
in bankruptcy ho. 17K.
in ihe matter of Wataon 11. Rockwell, bank
rupt. .Notice is htrehy given that a petition has been
filed In said court by said W: son 15. Itockwcll,
now of l!oti;der, in the county of liouliler in the
state of Colorado, duly declared bankrupt under
the a it ol cousress of March L'nd, Ise;, aud the
amendments tuereto, far a discharge and certili
cnie then-of, from all hisdehta and other ciuiuis
provable under said act, and that the second day
ol .Mav, A. 1. 17S, at eleven o'clock a. in., is
assigned for the h:anng of the same iu sa d
eotirt, at the United Mlftle court room in the city
ol hpringlleld, when and wheio all creditors ol
said bankrupt, and all other jiersons in interest,
nuiy attend and show cause, it any tliry mv-,
why the piayer of said petitioner diotdd not bo
Kranted. CtuKUtl' UtiWhN,
LiNiuxn ALansden. ) ckr .
Attorneys tor Petitioner. J
23 X3ZT SON'S
A irreat Improvement I A soothing, heullnft,
on the ordinary porous I ilrengthenlim andiiain
plaster. killing agent in one.
Tha manufacturers reeeiv'd the hhrheat and only
award given to Porous I'laatoraatllie Centennial.
We warrant llenson'g Caixine Plasters to be su
perior to all other Porous Dusters and to all lini
Ask Those Who
I'laater is not the bext planter in the world. This
remarkable article was invented to overcome the
great objection always found to the ordinary Po
rous, Plaster of blow action in bringing relief.
For Itme and Wenk Bark, Khenmatism, Trou
blesofltie Spine and Kidneys, it is a truly won'
derful remedy. Phyalciaus everywhere nuog
nize its great superiority toother Por.ua Plan
tern and to all liniments. It relieves pain at
tnoe mm cures ipimicr man any Known plaster,
There are d.aitKeroiu and worthless immiutionft
Of IlnHltn'll lHltrlttH IMttatait" lei Ika i,nrLt 'I lm
Kenuine have th wtirU Cnir,ine cut ihniiittti raun
.l-e-- l. ll.l ".l .a. ( ... ..
In the Worst. AK HI It IT,
T.tKK Ml OTIItlt.
...a . a t m All M.1I VI."J
r.A in n.i u.
tat PIQNEfl TCIA6G0 BO. IR00UVM
rl MAN OF A THOUSAND.
OONSUMPTIVK OORIO.-"'" '
M u OVHrlji irteU4 trom Cuiiaiiufllss. sli hwr
MUM bar !( n.lld.aiie ut. II. 4mm vu tiHiriMie
as Massnuilr sum a ar-sMtroa r ia.ilu
- kwp kli ssim MswItsblM, sad stM Oil
itclr KM M Nalr4 sl ts sar amaaaa.
' lamp all aarw alabl Meeata, saaaw al iha tuaiaaa,
,Ba all! brass s rtaa falS la la; ar.fm, bwara.
aUdrena, CHAIItarK'X Ol.,
KOU Jiiee St.. Itilla., najunt; paper,
Am nr nAwwttsmA M 'fnre.illi ! X.
ics in the diseases lor which they mUS
I ' "Will
InvetiKators of natural science ban demfmj
simieu ueyonil comroyrriy, inai tnronn.iui Hi
animal klnxdom the "survival ol the littcit" lJ
only law that vouchsafes thrift and pcrpetmii
Uues not the same principle govern the conimercu
prosperity of man? An inferior cannot supercede
siiMriur article. ly leasnnof sirperkir merit, Di
Pien'e's Standard Medicines have outrivaled
others. Their sale In the United tales alone ti
seeds one million dollars per annum, while ihi
amount exported foots up to several hundred thnJ
sand mora . No business could tmw to such viirani
tic proportions and nst upon aiiv other bsui thA
liiai oi men,.
13 l'LKASANT TO USE.
w vuisn vAiviiu uvur a jiuiiuu in yearn.
ns sale constantly increases,
3Z"t. Fin srry-t
CUT? hv llH tllHii. ur.nlhfm. I
. j . i VUUUb,
Cuies cold in head and Catarrh or Ozoena.
AN OrU3ST LETTHR.
IX SPEAKS FOItlTSKf.F.
m i . . lt?1rK''0KT' M"-. April 2, 1x7'.
Mr. Kditor-llavmir read in Tour nuuer "thr.
1 fancy the "snort" and inhulinK tuls''' 'n ulk
crs-niere dollar Kriil.l'rs-wou.a belod i ,,y
Rolild eniti htzou a sniiHiw rnr. i.. .1.. .
For IDi years 1 suQered wilhla.uirrh. Xh.XJ!;
pasBa(ee becnue cnmpleteb closcl ....mJ
dust, ahhes, inhulinK tulx-s HiiW,'.,ti(;l,'i W( fj
not work, though at intervuis V''Uid sniff Ji.
77 . . . . . 1,1 "'uiie a valu
able tester tor Buch niedietnes. I (rra.tujy
m ...... u .. . w mua, , suU
ed orwhataitliseraliie bcinK i vitit. Aly head
ached over my eyes so tiut I wls con lined to
my beil lormany BUMesnivedayj, snderiiiir the
most intense pain, Which ut one time lanuA for
1IM linurM. Alllwnnflu.lu nn.l
.. ... .... ... MIJ., rJIll;l, pjne,
sliht and hearinir ((one, nervous sysfcrn shatter-
......... wU.........u ...unmi, .urn wiu nawkinjr
and ipitlitiK aevrn-idKbta ol Uio time. 1 prayed
for rt. ath to relievo me of my aulferiiiia. A iu
vorablr notice Id your pas-r oi'br. ttn't t a.
tairh Itemisly induced me t- inircliimca paekaee
and use it with tJr. Sajr'a naal douclie, wliie,
applies the remedy by hydrostatic piessur-, the
only way compatible witncnuiioiiauii. Well
M Kiitljtf i I ill. I ni.l iim .... i.. r . ,
... . ....... c ,u o,n-i..uni,s
ot n second, nor In onu pour or month, hut in
ii io mail vir,o, iiiiiiuitn 1, rviievea and In
three months entirely cureil. uml have n n.sini.,1
c forever in months, While usniitUie Oiisrrh
Itenitsly I usul Hi', l'icri'f'i .oiil?n Jl:itiral
Ihscoverv torjiirilvinv blood ami ir.'i.
stomach. A also ke.t my livtr aci'.ve nnil
bowels repuar hy the us) of his I'lraiuiil l'aria
tlve l'ellet. Il'lny cxperietiee will inituen other
utill..r..ra fi. ui.. lc Ilia uu.r.u ...u,. .1 ...i....- .....
........ . ..... n.t.i iiiimn i-i 11,'Ul l, HUB
leiler wul have answered its purport.
i our, uuiy, a. u. Uh.NS CK.
Golden Medical -Discovgrv
is Alterative, or UiJod-ckiiuiriir.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
if Is a L'holatfoKue, or Liver iuiimilant.
Golden Medical Discovery
la ionic. ,
Golden Medical Discoverv
P.y reason of its alterative properties, cures di.eas
ol the Blood and Skin, as Scrofula, or King', Kvil ,s
uuior ; inters, or uiu Mores ; lUntclies; Pimplcsl
and r-ruption i. iw virtue of its Pectoral proper
tics, it cures llrondual, Throat and J.img Atfev
tions; Incipient Consumption ; l.iicrinj Coughs;
and Chroaic lAiryinitu. lus Chola!npie properties
render itanunequalcd remedy lor lliluiusuess: Tor
pid J.iver, or "i.ivtr Complaint;' uul its Tonic
properties make it equally elficaciousirf Curing Indi
gestion, laws of Apatite and Dypeisti
W here the skin is sallow and covired with blot
ches and pimpies, or whero there ate arrofulous af
feclionsaudswellini,'s, a few bottles ofdoliUn Mid
ical Discovery will ctfect an entire cuic. If you feel
dull, drowsy, dcbiliuited, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish-brown spots on face or hoily, freipient
headache or dirziness, bad tasle in mouth, internal
heat or dulls allerruited with hot Hushes, low spirits
and gloomy forclxidinj, irn'ipilar apietite, and
tongue coated, you ure sulferins hum Tnrpid lavtr
or "llilioiisnes.i." In many ca.ts of "Liver Com
plaint, only part of iluse Hyniptoms an exper
'""m " r,;n";ly fl'r al1 '.h cisrs, llr. Pierce's
tiolden Mediral liiscuvery has no ciiual, as it eirccts
pcrfeet cures, leaving the liver strengthened aud
Dr. R. V. Plane U th sale nmnriatrar ami
nianufaoturer of the foregoing remeihes, all of
which are sold by druwriau. He is slsrs ihe
He is slifi he
onsand pufc V
Aiiinnr ot tne reopio's Common Sense
Adviaer, a work of nwirly one thonnand
with two hundred and eiijhty-two woodn
Inps ana colored plates. 1 Iu baa already aoldV i
th a UOIiular work
Over 100,000 Uopiegj
riilUE (post paid) $1 50. ,
iu v. rir.iu i.
World'M IMMiisiNnry, Ilnirnlu. X. V
HKI KClslNTlNH Till
(of Montreal, Cnnada,)--Capital
$0,000,000 00, infold.
(ot Toronto, Canada,)
Assets $1,102,550 70.
KiliK .1 .MAU1NK (oOMIIevllle, N. J-,)
Assets $1,442,087 04.
(of Now York City,)
Assets $515,331 80.
(of Philadelphia. i.stabllh.id in m,)
Assots $333,102 00.
(of Day Von, O.,)
Assots. ..$410,424 00.
(of irecport, 111.)
Assots $455,877 33j
UtSK8 WKITTBN AT FAIR P.ATIN.
tiTtKfici-In Aloxander County liwak. "
l!li 'lel t, A.Wta. ft laf t'ipp,. m.lv
e.ilui..h,a. n w iiadd n... ili i rwl.par
iluuiamjmt,, "HIiH .n.(,guia,,a,