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? THUUSDAY, April 25, 1878.
-Fresh helloyTitor at llurryi Walk
Try A. Jaockel'i May driuk, and
ilou'tyou lori'et It. lw
Circuit court will convene on tliu
tliird Monday in May,
-May driuk at A. Jaeckcl'a ualoon opi
positu the iSuixktix oilluo. lw
The skating rink tut closed in Cairo,
but will bo reoeMid In Mound City to
day. Dou't ioriwt that A. Jacckel furn-
ImIics thu ice cool May drink at hi siil-
Harry Walker w:ta up llio oysttir
soup lunch every mominjr at 9 o'clock,
At Harry Wulkcr'i crystal saloon
may bo found thw choicest shell oysU-rs.
Oysbr soup lunch at Harry Walker's
OvHtul saloon every tveniitj: ut !)
Midi oystirs )hhc received at tlio
Crystal salooc. IIkhy Walkkr.
The Iacc lo get gcrjU' underweare,
II119 goods, at very low prices, Is at
A. M auk, CI Oh'.o lieveo,
It was the new chimney ou the rooi
of the distillery th t was carried away by
tl v. storm.
The up town jtirl who eloped with
her "leller" the other day, has returned.
There's no place like home.
Jaeikel received today per Adams
Kxprss the necessary herbs of which Iih
compound his popular May drink.
(Juery: Why will men smoke common
lohaeco when tliey can buy Mtrburgb
Hros. "'Heal ol North Carolina" at the nam
price 10 3 tf.
Don't lorjjct the in) oyster soup at
'J o'clock this eyeinngat Harry Walker's,
corner .Sixth street and Commercial ave
Mr. f . Kormncycr Is jut In receipt
of a very Urju and select stock of Key
West and imported clears, to which he
culls thu sint-ial attention ol smokers.
Jae kt l's Mayflower drink Is gruln
ally gaining tavor. its principle com
ponent paits are acroua udorala.
wiiie.b is a hcttllhful an 1 incrirntlnr
herb. 23 -lw
On the narrow paue roail yesters
day tweriiy-Mht new rails were placed
in the place ol old rails, which had been
made dangerous by trees falling 011
Tho delay ot the narrow-gaugo
trains yesterday was ciuned by a num
ber of trees liaviuir fallen over the track,
which huil to Lu removed before the
trains could proceed.
The slonn has furnished considers
bio work for wood choppers. Thoj can
l: s en 011 almost every street in the
elty, cutting up tiees which were blown
down by the wind.
The City National and the Alexando
county banks reluse to accent the MexN
can dollar on deposit or otherwise except
at a discount. The discount, wo believe,
is ten per cent.
The ball, given last evening by tho
members' ot tho lied Ribbon Heform club,
was a really grand affair, tbc attendance
bating larg i and of the best class of our
Thayer, Dicfcnbach & Lewis' show
wound up their course ot entertainments
in this city hist evening, and left during
the night lor Cape Girardeau where they
are billed to exhibit to-day.
Tho skaters In masks were quite
scarce at Turner's hall riluht before last
only two couple in masks making their
appearance. All others were unmasked.
Hence the masquerade on skates was a
Hen. John H. Oberly will lecture be
fore the Odd Fellows at (Jalcsburg ou
Friday, the 2MU. He lelt Cairo for
Spritigticld on Tuesday night, and will
go from there lorGalesburg to-day.
The case ol tho murderer Burkelow,
pending betore the supreme court, will
bo disposed of at the Juno term. Burke
low, in the meantime, Is confirmed In
tho Alexander county jail lor sale keep
Miss Lily Ford, we hear, met with
a serious accident af tho skating link
night before last, While skating bIio re
ceived a severe fall which seems serious
ly to have affected ber spine. She was
carried homo in a fainting condition.
Eugene Ellis and Frank Pettis, we
henr, have bought tho skating rink from
Mr. Loe. How much Messrs. Ellis and
IVttis paiJ for the rlnlc we d not know.
but we hope that they may be financially
as suecesslul as Mr. Leo. All of which Is
On Friday evening Prof. I'inn will
deliver a lecture beloro the colored tern-
poranee reform club. The professor will
lecture on the subject ot education, and
desires to have his friends and the public
come out and hear him.
A row lost night at the brick building
nt tho comer ol Fifth street and Comm. r
cial avenue created some excitement on
the avenue Police whistles were blown,
and all because a young man wanted to
whip one of tho Inmates who, it Is said,
he charged with being untrue to liuu.
A outtlng affray occurred on Poplar
street up town last night at about nine
o'clock between two negro men. The
negro who was outdid some very "tall''
hollowing, which attracted considerable
attention, but whether or not be was
seriously injured we have not learned.
The negro who did the cutting was not ar
At thu last mooting ot the Excelsior
Social and Literary society the following
officers were elected: President, An
drew Davison; vice-president, Miss Lou
Walbrldge: secretary, 11. U. Goer; as-
stant secretary, Miss Fannlo Pitcher; ex
ecutive committee, T. W. Fitch, Miss
Ella Walbrldge and Geo. S. Fisher.
Children cry for Pitcher's Catoriu.
it Is as plcasir.t to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other dcleteii-
oiu ingredient, and is sure to expel
vtoruiu, cure wind colic, regulato the
bowels and stomach, and overcome ir
rltatiou caused by rash or cutting teeth.
MotuersCan rest, and children enjoy
heal in, who use Castorla. It Is harmless,
it Is certainly speedy, aud It is cheap.
PersoiiM wiHhlng anything i the lino
of millinery gdods, will do well to call a
the establifhuieut ol Mrs. II. S. Carsort
fc Co., as the goods are all fresh, new
and of the latest importations, styles and
fashions. New goods just received and
will be during the season every few days.
All are invited to call at that establish
ment on Commercial avenue opposite
Winter's block near .Seventh street,
formerly occupied as a toy store, Cairo,
A new German school will be opened
on the first ol May, 1S78, at the old Ger
man school-house, on Fourteenth street.
I'arer.ts wishing to send their children
there, cannot have a bctttr opportunity.
Also an evening sclrool will be opened.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to learn
the German or French languages, will
do well to take alvantipe ot this op
portunity. Terms moderate, according
to the times. For particulars address
lock box 81'J. P. M. FaiKUKKicir.
Mrs. L. J. Spears has returned lrom
laying in her spring stock of millinery
and notions, him can say without fear
of contradiction that tier stock through
out is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo.. She only arks the
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that she competes suwers
fully with all others in thnso goods, Sins
will huvo auctions on the first Saturday,
from U a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
to make room, as she will receive new
goods in the latest style dally. .She will
he pleased to show goods to all who limy
call. ('or. Sth street, in the Alexander
county bank hank building. 3-3-1 m
The storm of Tuesday morning was
even more destructive than first reports
seemed to indicate. Tho storm was the
severest across tho strip of the country
embracing Clear Creek, Unity, Villa
Uidgo and Caledonia, and the damage
to property was very great. Iteports
lrom Unity, Beach IJldge ami Villa
nidge arc to the I'lHsct that tho wheat in
many places was blown down, and much
of the crop will be lost. The destruc
tion of fruit trees, fences, buildings, etc.,
was also severe. Several small houses
were blown down near Beach Kidge,
aud in one of them a negro man was
badly hurt. We understand that several
barns ami a number of small buildings in
the vicinity of Villa Uidgo were blown
down and several persons badly hurt.
Fruit larms were torn up and in several
Instances almost wholly destroyed
Among the heaviest losers in this re
spect, we mention, Mr. Joe J.ufkin and
Mr. Ayers, at Villa Kidge, and Mrs.
Jacard, at Caledonia. Ou Mr. Lufkin's
place nearly two hundred flue young
trees were either blown down, lorn up by
the roots or branches and foliage. Mr,
Ayers also lost a large number of fine
trees. Mrs, Jacard had an ordinal cov
ering about ten acres, and it is said that
scarcely a tree was left standing, Her
residence was also badly damaged by be
ing struck by a falling tree. In the
neighborhood ol Vienna In Johnson
county, tho storm was very severe, and
the damago to property heavy. Several
small houses were demolished, while
larger and more pretentious residences
were unroofed. Tho large three-story
brick business house belonging to Col.
Hess and occupied by C. Colin as a dry
goods store, was unroofed and a por
tion of the wall blown In. The root of
this building was carried some distance,
and fell upon several smaller structures
damaging them considerably. The des
truction to forrest trees was very great.
In the neighborhood of BeechUidgo The
track of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
was covered, and tho train due hero at
six o'clock on Tuesday evening did not
reach Cairo until Wednesday at noon,
Trains on the Illinois Central and the
Cairo and Vincennes railroads were also
delayed while the tracks were being
cleared. Reports corao in slowly, but
enough to Indicate that the damage Is
very great and the loss of property
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in tbo Reiser building, where lie Is
better prepared than ever to nceommo
Jato hla patrons and tho public who
may favor him w Uh a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
souple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first olass workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to 111 style aud will receive
I.ftltl Colfiman'a LMindrv.
Mm. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
launury on fourth street, botween Wash
ington and Commercial avenue, aud take
this method ol informlag her old friends
and patrons that she Is again at their ser
vice, and solicits tholr patronago, She hw
reduced prices to suit the times.
nprltas; llnwlnvii Hull
in fancy stripes, flannels and cheviots ol
toe latest designs, from $7 to $25, at
A, Marx, CI Ohio Levee.
SIQNAL 8BRVICK KKPOST.
BTATIOM. tOW WATB. Ille Of fall
rr. in. ft. m.
Ulro !! 8 XI S
l'avenKirt 4 'I X 'I
HltMburi(...M..M.... 6 44
Louisville.... 7 8 1
Keokuk m. A 'i X
8t. Lome l I" X '8
JAMES M. WATSON.
Sergeant Signal Henrico, U. U. A
The llclsDa yeuterday wan well laden fur
Vickshurg and made lair additions here.
The Andy Baum yesterday had 316 bales
cotton, M brls. oil and 2cS brls. ronin for
The Golden City was deeply lad on for
New Orleans, an J the Founle Tatum had a
fair trip for tit. Lonls.
The Jim Fink for l'aducab, J. M. B. Keh
lor and City ot Alton for New Orleans and
the J. L. ltnoadri for Pittsburg sre due to
day. A whulu .V) feet in length and 10 leet In
circumference has lie en captured at the
mouth of Grand bayou, near EauV jollies.
This monster ol the deep evidently got out
of his course and slruyed into frerh water
(uite a larj,'e crowd collected on tho
wliarfboat yetterduy to witness the antics
of a couple of Germans who were in a skid
trying to get out into tho ttream. They
were very awkwarj, aud the wlud and
waves drove tho hWiff down against the
bows of the City of Helena and a coal barge
alternately,and the rowers were nearly ex-
caused when they finally got clear of tho
boats. All this time the wile of one of tho
men ran back and forth on tho boats, call
io to tho men to come back and let her get
in also, but they appeared to want to leave
her. At the ferry landing the were over
hauled and made to come ashore when they
were joined by tho woiaua. We did not
learn thu particulars of the case.
An llisioiut'Ai. Fact. Kvcry agent
who bus been steadily selling the liu
iJioved f'iiJ lloiues'ead Sewing Machine
lor iliree years, owns his dwelling bouse
has a good account in bank. Is clear ot
debt, and has money at interest, the na
lurul conscaiteuce ol securing a. good
agen;y lor superior goods at the lowest
prices. A good lir-t-class Sewing Ma
chine, mont ti-eiui relume at all
turns, easy to understand and control,
thu same si.u and does the eamu work
as any machines th.it sells at lour times
the price. 1 here H no machine ut any
price belter, or that will do liner or more
worlf, and certainly none so low in pri
by many dollars, ilie Homestead is
widely known and u.-cd in thousands of
families in the eastern ami middle states,
and daily becoming popular In the west.
It will save its col several times over in
one season, iluingthe work of ihe family,
or will earn lour or live dollars a Uay
lor any man or woman who news for a
living. It is the strongc-t iititchuii
made, is ready at all times to do work
iimkes the slrongost and llncst stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged us
the Standard haiiuly Sewing machine
I'rlce, Complete lor doHie.-iic usr. He
ll need to only $20, delivered at your door,
no matter how remote you may reside
lliisiuess iKTiiianentand hunorahlc, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
profits than any other, hxtrtordinary
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 the factory. Ad-
dre.-w John II. Kendall it t-o.. l.M Itroad
way, New Vork. 3-15-12m,
N-ver J4n.uii lo Kail.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of lar, wild Cheiry
and lloruhouiid has never been known to
fail in permsiieiitly curing obrtitiute
coughs, tolds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any disciss of the ruspira'.ory organs, and
it does it, Uo, atunce. It is not necessary
to take it for a long time befora you can
discover its beneficial effects, lis gule In
this community is Immense, and lis pnpu
larity universal. It thould not be classed
with compounds put up by Inexperienced
hands. lo not fail to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not und
cannot disappoint you. Tryitouce. Trial
size 10 cents. Ke'ulsr tUes ."J cents and
one dolUr. For mle by Karclay bro's,
cor. of Eighth rtreet aud VYarhinion ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleasant
to take, and requires no pbystc. Price
That Common tciiciuy.
In order. to make headway against the
common enemy, disease, it is necessary
to opposo him with persistence. It very
frequently happens that a remedy per
fectly adequate to tho necessities of tho
case, it persisted In, is condemned and
thrown aside because ale w doses ot it docs
not cure a malady. How unreasonable
and unjust would such a judgment be re
garding Hostetter's stomach bitters, one
of the most popular and highly sanction
ed medicines of the day, a potent invigo-
rant and an Invariably sticcessluily rem
edy lor constipation, dyspcosla, liver
complaint, incipient rheumatism and
gout, Inactivity and weakuesss ot the
kidneys and bladder, and for the inliruii
tles incident to the decline 1
Hie. No tact is better established than
the above, yet in order to experience its
truth those ulllicted with obstinate forms
ot disease should givo this benignant
curative a patent trial. If thoy do, they
may rely upon decislvo curative results.
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
1 am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my
LADIES ICE' CKKAM.PARLOU8,
having had a practical workman ot thai
city In my employ for tho past eight
months who worked In tho largest Ice
cream factory In that city. ' I havu also
refurnished my parlors with fine mnrble
top tables aud llncst chairs; In fact 1 have
as line a place as any In tho larger cities,
1 will wait on ' my patrons myself and
will 8H) that they receive prompt atten
tion. Call and. bo convinced.
P1111. ii. 8Aur,
Corner Klglith Street and Washington
Avenuo. 4 7
Tim Simmons refrigerators; also wa
tor coolers, Ice crenra lrcezcrs; window
and door wire cloth) bird cages, 'flower
stands, hanging baskets, fishing tackles
and a thousand other things at
' A. llll.LKV'R, '
tf , -. No. ltf Commercial avenue.
. Weddluv Vifts.
Just received by Taber Bros, a fine ass
sortment of beautiful heavily plated-
waro, suitable for wedding present.
Also, Just completed the manufacture of
some lino jewelry of beautiful design.
All of which are uow open tor Inspec
tion. ' tf
All those needing anything in the nro-
vision lino will do well to call atNos. 70
and 71 Ohio Levee, before purchasing
elsewhere Pork, llacon, LardMc, all
in good stock and prices down! down!
down! V. P; Wrioht.
April 2J.1S78. 1m.
Mars' Hut llou-e.
This house has become one ot the most
popular hat houses In the city, Why ;
llccatisu you always find the best in the
country, such as the celebrated John It.
Stetson direct from the factory, eyery
one made to order.
A. Marx, CI Ohio Ievec.
NOW IN AND POIt SALE
A T U 0 T T Oil 1' It I (J K S
The following lirandh:
" Voting Hyson,
" L'ncolored .lapsn,
Give thcM atrial. .PKTTW & BIIID.
4 i: rt
NOTICE Of FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To Whom It May Col earn:
Tbo undersigned administrator of the
estate ot Jouua S. Yates, deceased, here
by (,'ives notice lh.it tie will make a tiual re
port of ids aeUaud doings as such adminis
trator to the County court ot Alexander
county, at the Msy term thereof, A. D.
Win, lo-wit: on Munday, May 2uih, 1878.
and will tucn and tin re ask for a full and
tinal neli.i mem ot In- accounts and for a
ditchiirH lrom all limber liability as ad
ministrator ol suld estate.
April 22, 1ST,". Administrator.
.01lce or Final Nettu-iuent.
To Whom It May Concern :
Tbo undersigned administrator of the
estate ol James II. Kidgway, deceased,
hereby gives notice that be will make a
lioal report or his acts and doings as such
administrator to the County com t ol Alex
ander cotiaty, at the May term thereof, A.
I. ls',8. to. wit: on Monday, Aiay 20th,
ISiN. and will then and tbore ask tor a lull
and Haul settlement ol bis accounts and for
a discharge Irani all further liability as ad-luitii.-liaior
ol sid estate.
April 17th, 1S7S.
, To Joshua O. Hull, in administrator de boni
nuU of tlmesute of lloaca UarK, ileaMsed ; tue
untiiowii licirs of llus Uark, decisti; tbc un
knon i.wu.nt ol lots U"), eleven (II) and
twelve !'.!, iii bl.s k seventeen, in thu city ol
1: 'ru. coiimy of Alexander anil niilii :,)' lllm..;.'
Ilinry K. rif.-lye, trusti lor tlie use ol Jwnes
hilily, Hie unknown owners (U lots cue tl) to
CM. iHim luciuiive, in oiock eiliieen (IS) ,
lutticMuJ city ol' Cairo; the unknowu heirs mt
l.iini.ty ll. i'eeler, ileiwascil j llinun Walker,
Willum Mather, the unknown heirs and devi
sees ol llenjaium r. hiwards, deceaseil tieorge
.-sviuaml Aneiee kasodalo. You, and each ol
you. air uercuj uuuirtu lliai (in llie -IIU Ouy Ot
Air.l, ls7S, the Cairo mul imiennes railroad
company filed in the olliee of Hut clerk of the
A luxander couuty circuit court a petition to con
deinn, lor the une ol said railroad, amouK't
ouicis. luia ieu ii"i,eievfu ana twelve (U),
in block seventeenth (17); lob one (I) to eight
(r), Colli ludilsive, in blouk eighteen 1 is) ; jut
one (I) in block twenty O), all in the city ol
Cairo, county of A Manner and state ol Illinois ;
also lou two CO. sun;). eleven (ill. live m.
seven (Tl, ei;lu (s), twelve (lj) mul fourteen
(.Ii, in the llulel audition tosaiol city of Lairo.iu
which yoll ure iuteresied, which Said petition is
aildrnued to lion. UaVldJ. liai.er. luda ot snid
eircinl court, iir.ijin ihm tiie cowiwosation to
be paid to the several owners of lauds siaecifiij
in ba.d petiLua iuuy bi asiesccd acconling to
You are further notilled that the Hon. David
.1. linker, jtilK a aiorcfanl, has, by endorse
ment on saui j.. ti nun, nx.a the i;ili ilny ol
vi.... 1 ti... .1 ,u .... i, k. . . .r
luted April Uth, ISTtl.
Clerk Alexamlcr County Circuit Court
Samiill 1'. W lit kLSH,
Attorney for 1'etitiolier.
ottce to CoutriM-iur.
Office Of City Ci.krk )
Caito, Ills., April lUth., J878.J
Scaled proposals will be received at this
rirli.'M. Ilnril fi n'..tnlr n ir. ei 'I'lt..lu . .1...
7tU day ol May, A. 1). 1S78, for the lining
and irru.limr ..r Tyli, ...it.!.. r .
on Thirteenth strtfet, between Walnut
........ nr... i. '
Diiuab null ti BBuiugiun svauite.
TIlH Work tjl Itn ilnnn linttur thtk .IIvaa-
tlon and approval ol the committee on
e,t oc va.
'i'hfl rli'ht tn rpicct. nnv nr all hills (
served by the city. J. B. I'hillis,
oiu city ciem.
I'KTITION IN 1IANKKUPTCV.
In the district court of the United States, for
the southern district of Illinois.
In bankruptcy So. 17tfi.
In the mutter of Waison B. Iiockwell, bank
mjit. Notice is hereby given that petition has been
Hied in said court by said Watson 11. Iiockwell,
now of Itou.der, in the county of Moulder in lira
state of Colorado, duly declared bankrupt under
the a it of congress of Mnrch-'nd, lsti7, and the
amendments thereto, for a discharge and certill
cnte thereof, from all his debts and other claims
provable under said act, aud tluit the soond day
of May. A. 1. l7s, at eleven o'clock a.. ia., is
sosiuiied for the heating of the same In said
court, at the United Stale court room ia the city
ot .Springfield, when and where all creditors ol
eaid bankrupt, and ull other persons in interest,
may attend and show cause, it any they huvc,
why the inaycr of said petitioner houlit not be
granted. lifculttiK f UUffKN,
IvtsauAit A I.ANsmcN, I Ckr .
Attumeys for Petitioner. J
WumiiAs, Orrln M. ltninard. of the countv
of Alexander, in the state of Illinois, did, on the
'.nth of September, A. U. In;?, execute and de
liver to J. (. t-atier . Co. a chattel niortyiuje,
which is recorded in the recmdcr'B olllce, ut the
coiiutvol Alexander, Btule of Illinois, in book
"C" ol'tbuttel luorlg.iKds, onpugullo, thereby
cunt eying to the suid C. U. i'atier A Co. the
loilowiut; Uesunova anil chuttels, to-wit :
I wo planers, two teavering maclnnes, together
With belts for running same, one atatiunurv
engine uud holler, etc., to secure the payment ol
a certain nroiltissorv note mentioned in a.ihl
cii.nu I a.ortsage, auuueiuuit naving been made
in the payment of suid note, and in toe perform
ance of cenaia other of said conditions of said
.Now. therefore, notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned of said mortgage, by virtue of the
hritts and oouditions ol said mortgage, will,
in lll!21tll h Of April. A. if.i7ti.
ill U o'clock In tne forenoon of said day, at the
court house, in the county and state aforesaid.
sell at public auction te the highest and best bid
der lor cash, all 01 tne aforesaid soods and
Dated tills 2hlk day of March, A . ft. 17?.
C. 0. 1'ATlKtt A CO.,
3 23 .'It Mortgagees
Notice t rontrn(on.
OmCIOVClTY CLKKK, I
' " Caiko, Ills., AprU ilrd, lt78. J
' Poalod proposals Will be received at this
ollice until h o'clock p.m. of Tuesday the
7lh day of May, 187H, for tho UIIIdk and
liradinK ol 001 cuhlo yards of eariti on
(Jommurciul hvodiio, betwoon Thlrttctb
and Thiriy-fourtb streois, on the westerly
lido Of the O. A'V. H. K. track.
Tbo work is to bo done under the dlroc
tlou and approval of tbe couimltteo on
Tbe right to reject any or all bid ii
resorvou, . 0. 1 im.n,
Pin Mopttn and Rhiima
rO(ittiiHiMltli toafir mum
...ili UMlsUtA I
nu riuuunoi 1;.
Stat Of Ilumou, I , .
Alexander Co. .
la the circuit Court of Alaituiuler County
V'eiuiu r. liartiutt and vol-
ney B. UartKtt, her but
baud, Dill In Chancery
gage. Mary Btewart and WilUau
Kaid delcndants ar herelw
notified that the
shove entitled suit is pending in said court, aud
U.a time aud place of ih return of a.i.iuuona in
the case is the next term of said eouit. to he
hidden at the court house ill the ail ol Cairo, in
said county, on toe third .Monday In May, A.
1. Ib7e. JOHN A..KKtVK,
UaakSit Uiluskt, 1 Clerjt of said Court
STATK OF lLl.lNOIH, 1
Alexander Co.. 1
In the circuit Court of Alexander County,
Jiay Term, a. ii. ii.
VYoou Klltennouso abd
Josupn II. Kiltenliouse,
partners doin business
under the hrui name of
"Wood Itiltcntiouae &
ilroUior," Ia Attachment,
va. V Oe-
Samuel K. Thompson, I m a n d t'M 48,
John oinnot and to
ward 1'. Gibson, as part
ners doing business un
der the tirtn name ot "8.
K. Thompson 1c Co."
Notice is hereby glveu to said above
named delcndants 'that a writ of attach
ment his been miod out of the Circuit
court, el the suit of siid plaintltfs against
said defoudanta for said sum ot live hun
dred thirteen and lorij-eigut one hun
dredth dollars, directed to the shcrilt ol
said Alexander couuty to execute, whico
writ has been returned by suid sheriff exe
cuted. Mow. uuless you, the said defend
ants, shall personally be aud appear before
ssid court orthe hist day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court house in
the city of Cairo, i lliools, on tho tin rd M on
day of Ma), A. I). I8"tt, give special bell
and plead to said action, judgment will ho
etitet ed against you in lavor of said plain
tills and tho properly attached sold to sat
isly the same with costs.
JUU.N A KflAE, Clerk.
GKKKi; & (JILBKK r, Atl'j s lor ITt'ds.
Kstateof A. II. Saflord, decenseil.
'J he undersigned having been appointed execu
tr X of the Ishi wilt and testameut of A. II. na.'
liinl, late of the county of Alexander aaid state ol
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
wi'l appear before the County court of Alexan
der couuty, at the court house, ui Cairo, at thu
Snay term on the third M. iday in .Msy next, at
which lime all persons haviug claims against
eaid estate lire noltl'ted tii.d requesleil to attend for
tue pur;K.-c ut having the snme ailjtieted. All
persons indebted to Saul estste are reipiested to
malts unniDdiate payment to the undersigned.
UttU-d this lath day ol Marcli, A. 11., 1.H.
A.N.N At.. BAKKOItl),
TAX SALE NO PICK.
To E. S. Hunt and A. B. Kyesaud all others
You are hereby uotllied that at a sale of
lauds, town and city lots for tbo dulinuent
state, county, delict, school and other
taxes ot ISToanJ costs, held at thecourt
bouse door in Cairo Alexander county Illi
nois, ootlio'Jlh day of August, 187(1, J, 11.
Tarker purchased the east'i, northwest of
section thirteenth (13), township sixteen
(111), range two (2) wost, consisting of el'h
t. acres and the west 1-2, northwest of ses
tion thirteen (Kl)..towuiblp sixteen (Iri),
rant; 8 two (2) west, consisting of eighty
acres situated in said county and stato, and
that both pieces were assessed and rold in
the namejot E. 3. Hunt aud A. II. liven,
und that the time given by law lor the re
demption ol Bald lands will expire on the
OUi day of August, IH.
.1. H. Vahkbr, rurchatior.
Cairo, April 10th, 1878-
View of Marriage !
AOuldeto Wedlock and
'oiiiiti Hiiai irfAfiM un thi
ItJutit'i ol uiarrugu atid tba
c-autcftthat unlit for it; thet-n-tof
ithe DieuMei of Women.
I A boo tor private, ctunnl-
A rHIV i EMEDICAL ADVISER!
(milltlixmff 4 Private Nature uuikk domBlt
Abuse. Exctt' ji, or Secret Diiteases. uU the Utal
UtMaiuofriirf, largjajrw. prict? : ctt.
A CblNICAL LECfUllE on tho oIavo d?Mucf in-1
Chnw ol tUr Ti.ro&t and Luiik. CaUrrli.Bupturft. Uii
Opium Hdbit.Ar., prim 10
hither txnik wnt poafpalrt on noip ot piieet or ktl thrMk
iiotainitiff ,101) ntget. beautifully hluatratnt, tnr7Ai tl.
4d4rPM Pa. BUTTS, N AN-Bth St St. Louii. Bio.
33 E1NT SON'S
A giril improveinent I A vMi'linip, hnilinir,
on the ordiuuiy porous I itrvnirihuiiti.i; w.il siu
lilastcr. I killing agent In one.
The mimifaotnren reciv'd the highest :ml only
award given to t'orous 1'laslors at the Centennial.
We wimant rlenson's CaiKine Planters to be su
perior tu all other 1'oroiu t'lasters slid to all lini
Ask Those Who
Asl any physician Ifltenion's Capc.lne Poroiu
1'luslcr is not the best plaster in the Wurli!. j his
renurk.ihle artiele was invented to overcome the
Breat objection always l'untl to the ordinary l'o-
rotts r taster ot Blow action lutinngiiiicreliei.
For Ijmei anil Weak Rack. Htaentnatism. Trou
bles ol the Spine and Kidneys, it is a truly WoO
diirlul remtsly. 1'hysiciani everywhere ri-oK-nize
its treat superiority tu other Porous l'las
ten and to all liniments. It relieves psin at
Guiie and cures quiaker than any known plaster,
liniment or compound.
'1 Mm. il.iitf..Aii. ori.l wa.I1iI.ii. mi nut'i linn.
oflienson'e Cioine I'liuiter in the market, Tim
genuine nave tne word capcine cut itiriiiiuli eaou
plaster . Hold by all drugg iota. Trice 'vo .
a iCl 9
aad HornklBs hahltrsrsrl.
CUSS. vs.d4 nuns fur Uok.a
Ui Oplara K.llng. u W. B. Blalrt,
W Worulruun. OraM Co.. lui.
tt vttilltT,irm.t.r eaksMt. mmtMoa .fnlos eml ludy.
dlMntw. .r brftla aa4 aweu. i;hi, tad nlafriM r
UIUO IhuShMa. Dlfl'fl SPlnilP rrwnl br .a
W-llly um4 ky D11B 0 OrollMtim'n, pntelu;
a an tw. Ibr fS. Soil T nrlita. tor ClrmiUr wllk
ul wWiiin. aotrau Ua. Sua. ui aula 1l. csitaae. Ill
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. DJ.
Office and Besidenco :
No. 21. Tblrteenth-it., - - CAIRO. 11.1
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City National Bank BulldlnR, up.ttalrs.
The Olileal Established Ajency to Souther
llliaois, and reprntlnir over
t6ft OOO 000
City National Bank
W P II A I.I.IDA V, Tresldent.
1 1 E N R V 1. 1 1 A LI I) A Y, V Ice Trent.
A H 4A KV'Ultli, Cashier.
WALT Kit 11V.SLOT, Ass't Cashier.
9 Htants Taylor, H II Cunnin(;hara,
II I, Ualllday, VV 1 Halllday,
(i I) Wllliiun.-on, Stephen llird,
A I) Sattord.
Exchange Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and a iM.
KI'OSITS received and a general bankiub
CITY NATIOAAL BANK.
INTKUKST paid on deposits March let and
bspunti jut 1st. interest not withdrawn is ad
ded imine UitUily to the princi)ial or the depusit
thereby n'sin" ,h""' compoud uitensst.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
olae can draw it.
tLOpen every hueineesday IromUa.ui. to 8 p.m.
W. HY8LOP. Treasurer.
r. Hons, I'ruHlilent. II. Wells, Canhler.
1'. NelT. Vl 1'naVL T. J. Kerth, Asst. Cssh'r
mm m m,
Corner Co nmorolal Avs. uid 8th Street
V. Ilrnss, Cairo. Win Khio, Cairo.
1 NelT, Cairo. V Jt Wolf, Cairo,
A MiiaDka, Cairo. K L UillitiKsley,
K Under, i'Mto. St. Louis.
11 Wells, ( airo. KII Brinkman, St Louis
i 1 iieinsuu, aieuuuiu.
A Jeufrnl Kimklutf HuHlnfinH Itono
r -Ki'hnnirf anlil anil hnmrht. Intruet Iiaid
on t!ienuv:nt;s Ki'imrt merit. Collectioru) inatte,
ami all business urotuotlv attemleil In.
(of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital $6,000,000 00, in Gold.
(of Toronto, Canada,)
Assets $1,102,550 70.
K1UK k MARINE (ot Milleville, H. J.,)
Assets $1,442,987 64.
(of New York City.)
Assets $515,334 8C
(of Philadelphia. Ksiablishad in 1804,)
Assets $333,162 00
(of Dayton, O.)
Assots $410,424 86.
(of trceport, 111.)
Assets $455,877 33.
RISKS WUITTKN AT PAIR RATES.
JGTOkfick In Alexander Countv Bank.
St. Louis. Mo.
IHOS. A. BICE, A. X. L. 1. B..
ia.o. amis, a. n..
, H. EtTIlWOOD -
ULL LIFE SCHOLArtSHIPJ S8I 00
MOST Complete ThorottKh and Fractica
rounu Of HtllilV In thn IfnittMt str..l..u
course Indispensihlo ti every young inau enj-
IKUKUIK Oil SUC DC VI SUC.
For Illuitrated Circular,
THUS. A RICE. A. M.. L. IL.
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUE BEST OF
WINES. LIQUORS, AKO CIGARS
Constantly on liaud. Also lias constantly
oh liitnii a
Largo Supply of
ORAUGES, APPLES, ETC..
At WkleitU and Ktil.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel.
S-im No. ON Ohio Levee
! PIANO. ORGAK best. nu
AAiil fltartlllisr news. Organ sloMj f A
nanus oniy i.s. uostemxi circulars rrae.
Are not advertised as 'onr-alls,'' hit tr, tni.
lea (11 Ihe diea for which they M m
Infesrlgators of natnral srlencs have ilemna
atruted beyond controvemy, that IhrongSnu,
animal kingdom tho "lurvlval ot the tutor" n tin
only law dint vouchsafes thrift and pcrpMimv.
I toes not the aame principle govern the comnurclil
proiperity of man? An interior cannot luperud, a
iiaerior article. By ieaon of superior merit, Ur
l'irnie's Klandard Alerlicinea huva outrivaled all
others. Their (ale in the United Htatea alone
veeili one million dnllara per annum, while the
j mount exported tool up to several hundred thou
sand more. No buiin.ua could grow to auch gigun
t;c proportions, and real upon any other basis Uian
that of merit.
13 PLEASANT TO USE.
Its cures extend over a period ot 20 years,
Its sale constantly increases.
Cures by lis mild, soothing elleut.
CureB cold in bead and Catarrb or Ozotma.
V3T 03P333NT 21aETTIlIl,
IT SI'EAKS KOK ITSELF.
JtncKPOHT, Mass., April 2,
Mr. Kditor llavniK reail in Vour paper "the
ri'ortM ol' the remarkable cures ul culairli, I aiu
iniluoed 10 tell what 1 know alsmt cutarrh, and
1 luney the "snuil" aud iiiIiuIidx tube" inaK..
em uirro dollargruhhers wouio he glad it tliey
could enihluzon a similar cure in tne pupm.
or M years 1 suttercd with catarrh. Tha Umi
piiswiKes heiiame completely eluaeit, null,
anal, anhes, inhaling tube und "stM-W WuuM
not Work, though al intervals I would snui up
the so-called cularrh snuil. until I became n vilu
uhle testair lor such tunlieines. 1 gradually rew
worse und no one can know how mudi 1 ilftr
ed or what a miserable hcinK 1 was. .My haul
ached over my eyes so that 1 was oo: ilnti to
my bed lor many suceessivc days, BiulennK Ihe
riiiwt inlenso pain, which at one time lusted tor
UM hours. All! sense ol bmle aud smell Knne,
iiulit uud hearing (tone, nervous sysUiiushatur
ed and uonattlutiun broken, and 1 lit tuwkirjg
and spitting seven-eiKhts ol lha time. 1 liraVfU
lor d uth to relieve me of aiy surfcrinss. A la
vnrahlr notice in your pnier ol'lir. Sage's La
te rh Kcinedy induced me t; purchase a packune
-id use It wilh l)r. Safie's nuoal douche, which
upplies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure, die
only way compttible wilh caiunion sense. Hell,
Mr. Kditor, it did not cure nae in tnree-founlis
ot'a second, nor in one hour or month, hut la
less tnnn eixhl minutes 1 was ralieved ird in
Uiree inontlis entirely CHreil, onii have n nvuiml
S3 f:)T oyer lii months, V hile osim; the ( aiarrh
Keniwly 1 used lr. l'iercc'1 llolden Metlind
1 nieovery to purify my blood and strengthen my
stomach. A also Kept my Inrr active and
trowels regular by the us9 of his I'leasant I'urKa
tivvl'elleu. It' my experience will imluce oihpr
sufferers to seek thu same means of relief, this
letter will have answered its puriioac.
yours, troly, a. U. llKNN UK.
Golden Medical. Discover?
la Alterative, orlliood-ckaiuini;.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discover
By reason of its alterative properties, cures diseases
ol the Blood and 8kin, as Srot'ula, or King's Kvil ;
Tumors ; Dicers, or Did Sores ; I'.lotcliei, I'imples;
and Eruptions. By virtue of its 1'ectoral proper
lies, it cures Iironchi.il, Throat and I.ung Alice--tiona;
Incipient Couiiiinption ; Lingering Coughs;
aud Utroaic ljrynilis. lu. thoblxguc properties
render itanuneipialcd remeuy lor liiliuusneMi; Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint ;' ' aud its Tonic
proiieriiea make il equal ly clticucious in curing Indi
gestion, J-os of Apuetite and llypcpsia.
Where the akin ia .allow and covered with blot,
rhi s and pimples, or whom there are scrofulous af.
feciious and swellings, a lew bottle, ol Gulden Med
ical luscovery will cllect an entire cure. It you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color ol skin,
or yellowish bmwu spots on face or body, frequent
headaehe ordiziineas. bad taste in mouth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hut Hushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular ap,lile and
loiiKiie coated, you aru suffering lrom Torpid Liver
or "lliliousnesa." In mum cases of ' i-iver Com
plaint," ouly part of these symptoms are exper
ienced. As a remedy for all siuh cues lr. I'icrce'l
.olden Medicd I (iscovery has no equal, is it erltcu
perlcet cure., ieavinu the liver slfeunlbened and
Dr. R. V Piihci il the sole timnnetor and
niuiiiifucturer of the foregoing remwlies, all of
iiicii ara sola ity iimiixisW. lie Is also the
At thorofths I'eniile'a Common Sense Medicd
Adviser, a Work of nerlv nn fhonHnil nairna.
With two hundred and eighty-two wood-engrav-i
tigs and colored plates, lie has already sold ef
Uue uoular work
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE (post paid) $1 50.
it. v. Pir.iiri'. n. n.
Vorlilts llNU nary, ItiirTalo. X. Y
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WINEN OF Alals BUDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MKSSItS. SMKTH ft U)., have consUnlly
lance stock ol the lal goods In Uie mr-k-t.
and xiveoxiiecial attinfli.n tu tha whole.
sale hraneh of the business.
S3, a?. i.riiCEsrt
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGENT rOK TUI
and Sag Co.,
Printed Wraroins Pa&:r,i
Butter Trays, &c,
FOR BALK AT. MANUFaCTCBr.Ua rRtCX.
No. 12 Commercial ABne.
txi piuui T9air.ro en. isoaUTl.' i
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