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FRIDAY, April 20, 1878.
-Mru. W. P. llalliilny U now la Pari",
Frenli thelloyHtera at Hurry Walk
Try A. Jack(M' May drink, and
ilon't you lorjfet it. Iw
May drink at A. Jut't'ktd'a saloon opt
pfwlte tint Hum.ktin olllne. lw
Don't foriTHt Hint A. Jw-ckcl furti
ilii; tliu leu root M iy drink at Ills mil
Hurry Walktr w:t up lli oyster
soup lunch every inorninjf at 'J o'clock.
At Harry Wall.i r'K crystal aloon
muy bo found tlm choicest stiell oysters.
Oj Htitr coup lunch at llarv W ulkor'e
Cryntal naloon rvery ivwiliiir ut 0
jHHt riMflvwl at the
Mrs. W. W. Wallace and niitcr, M'ihb
Kmiua Ux!cy, returned yesterday troin
The pit ce t) get jrenu' underweare,
lino good", at yory low price, is at
A. Makx, Gl Ob o Ivee.
The box factory puuip, on whbh
account the factory had to shut down a
lew days, is aguln O. K.
Mr. S. S. Hawkins arinouiiCis in thin
Issue that he la prepared to repair
damaged cisterns. rk-o notice.
Jaeckel received to-day per Adaraa
Express the necessary herbs of which he
compound his popular May drink.
Miss Lilly Ford la not so seriously
hurl as we at llrsc supposed. Although
not able to sit up, she is doing well.
Tweed 1'arker, from Fulton, Ky.,
was In the .city yestcaday and attended
the dan. at tho lieforra Club room.
The school hours In tho high school
h tve been changt?d. School now bei'lns
at 7:'Jtt a.m. and lets out at 12:30 o'clock.
Sonic of our younjj men will to day
leave lor Anna to participate In the an
niversary oi the 1. 0. 0. F. ol that place,
(uerj: Why will men smoke common
tobacco whsi they can buy Mtrburgh
Jtroa. "i cal of North Carolina" at the same
price ? 10 3 tf.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
On account of the death of Ben.
Hon (J. Gillinore, the Odd Fellow' socl
able which was to come off to-night has
Mr. John Bain, prominent citizen
and merchant ol Vienna was in the city
yesterday and attended the tobacco sule
at the Furmer's warehouse.
Mit Etter, datrfctiter of our state
superintendent ol schools, is visiting her
eiater In this rity. who is one of the
teachers of the high school.
Mr. F. Korsraeyer is just in receipt
of a very lurje and select stcck of Key
West and Imported cigars, to which he
calls the cpcclal atteutiou ol Mnokers.
Jaeckcl's Mayflower drink Is gradu
ally gaining favor. .Its principle coins
potion t ! parts are asperoua adorata.
which is a healthful and incrgoratlng
A festival for the Sunday school
scholars ot the Episcopal church will be
given In the Church of the Redeemer on
Sunday next. The scholars anticipate a
royal time, and tbey will doubtless bo
made as happy as kings.
The ladies ol the Christian Teniper
mio union aro requested to send their
hahkets to Turner Hail Saturday morn
ing, the 27th, at half past eight o'clock,
to be sent to the park for the Cold Wuter
Since the night of the memorial
storm he has lorgotten the whereabouts
of all key holes, and although his walk
Is an ninjcstic as ever, his nose bears
ample testimony that the storm has
seriously tlloctod him. Fear of anniblla.
tion prevents us from saying more.
Senator Tom Casey of Mt. Vernon,
will bo In Cuiro to-night and address the
Cairo Temperance Reform club. Sena
tor Casey is ono oi tho oldest speakers
in the state, and will be sure to make an
able and interesting address on this oc
casion. I-et every body who possibly
ran turnout and hear him.
Henry Rupert and Thos. Morgan
will go to Anna to-day. They will stop
oft, perhaps, at a certain way station.
This last idea may bo defeated by a casu
al glance from Ja certain paternal cltl
zen of the station in question who
tuny l.e in readlness.'cane in hand, to
give the boys a warm reception.
We hear that Messrs. Kills & TettiH,
who bought the right ot the ikatlng
rink trom W. O. Lee, will shortly tlx up
thH old tobacco warehouse on Tcn'h
street, formerly occupied by Mes.-rs.
Straughn & Hinkle, tor a skatlnir rink.
They propose to lay down a n w floor,
etc., so lt' said.
'I he Young Men's Colored Debuting
society will be addressed by lmi. Penn, i
(colored) on the subject ol educ it Ion to.
night. Music will be lurnlshed by Misses
ttarali Ross and Ida Christy. Tho last
named will also read an essay, and other
persona will address tho audience. Tho
public la cordially Invited to attend. .
Elsewhere our reader) will And a
notice ol an excursion and picnic- to ba
given by the Christian Mission Sunday
school on Saturday, May 4th. Tho ex
cursion will doubtless be a very enjoy
able affair, and slnco the Mission Sunday
school U deserving of support, we bope
tho excursion and picnic may prove a
success. Head the advertisement.
Tho tobacco salo at tho Farmers'
warehouse yesterday was tho largest and
by far (he most important ot the season.
About tlilrty.flvo hogHliduds were sold
and the prices obtained were fully up to
tho highest trices obtained In other
markets, and generally satlsfatory to the
seller. Among tho buyers were a num
ber of prominent dealers who purchased
Children cry for Pitcher's (Vtoria.
It Is as pleasar.t to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter!,
ous ingredient, and la sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome ir
ritation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Motnerscan rest, and children enjoy
ficaltn, who use Castoria. It is harmless,
it Is certainly speedy, aud It is cheap.
I'ersons wishing anything h the line
of millinery goods, will do well to call a
the establishment ot MrV II. S. Curxon
& Co., as the goods are all Iresh, 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,
Ills. 418 1m
On May Dili, a will be seen by a no-,
tlee elsewhere, the Caino members will
give a basket pinlc. Three trains on the
narrow gauge road have already b'jen
chartered, and other preparations are
already made lor the occasion. The
place chosen is 1'arker's Grove, which by
the way, Is one of the most pleasant and
attractive places wo know of. All who
want a day's true enjoyment at a small
expense should attend tho Casino's plo
nic on May 5th.
A new German school will be opened
on the first ot May, 1878, at the old Ger
man school-house, on Fourteenth street.
Parents wishing to send their children
there, cannot have a betttr opportunity.
Also an evening school will be opened.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to learn
the German or French languages, will
do well to take advantage ot this op
portunity. Terms moderate, according
to the times. For particulars aJdrcts
lock box 819. P. M. Frieokiiicii.
Mrs. L. J. Spears has returned from
laying in her spring stock of millinery
and notions. She can say without fear
ol contradiction that her stock through
out Is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only atks the
public to call and examine her good and
be convinced that she competes success
fully with all others In these goods, She
will have auctions on the first Saturday,
Irom 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
to make room, as she will receive new
goods in the latest style daily. She will
be pleased to show goods to all who may
call. Cor. 8th street, in tho Alexander
county bank hank building. 3-3-1 in
A man named Mcl.lnn, while cross
ing the track near Galigher's mill was,
on Wednesday night, at '9 o'clock, run
over by engine No. 114, while hacking
down with five empty coal cars. The
cars after shoving him along the
track and bruising liim up considerably,
ran over his writt and cut off his right
hand. He was carried to the stone
depot where Dr. Wardner amputated tho
arm just below the elbow and made him
otherwise as easy as possible. It is
thought that; he cannot recover. Mc
l.lnn is a blacksmith by trade and came
to this city a few tiays ago from Pulaski
station, and la not, as some say, an em
ploye ot the Illinois Central road. He
has one dauehter living. His wile is
dead. Ills ago is filty-lour years. A
pint bottle full of bad XXX Kentucky
whlty was found on his person, and
he says that on Wednesday he drank
three pints of the same stuff. We con
elude from this that he was pretty well
set up" before he was "knocked down
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
1 am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my
LADIES ICE' CREAM, PARLORS,
having had a practical workman ot that
city In my employ for the past eight
months who worked in the largest Ico
cream factory In that city, I have also
refurnished my parlors with line marble
top tables ana finest chairs; In fact 1 have
as fine a place as any in the larger oitlcs.
I will wait on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt ntten
tlon. Call and.be convinced.
Pnn. H. Saw,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Avenue. . 4 7
Notice. Persons having cisterns I
damaged by the late storm can have the
same repaired or new ones built promt t
ly and at prices to suit the times by cul
ling on or by addressing the undersigi e I
through P. O. J. S. Hawkins.
' Litille Coliunn' l.nnuilrjr.
Mrs. Lettio Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth streot, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, and lakes
this method ol Informing her ol 1 friends
and patrons that sba Isairnln at their sor-
vlce, and solicits tholr patronage. She has
reduced prices to suit the time. .
E I. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he Is
jetter prepared than ever to aeeommo.
J ate his patrons and the public, who
may favor him w ith a call. Ho has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couplo of nicely furnished rooms, which
he baa provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and thoso
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
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SIGNAL BKRVICB REI'OKT.
STATION. LOW WATIU. lllC Or Fall
rr. in. ft. in.
Cairo 28 6 XI
Cincinnati 14 9 4
Davenport i X a
UulavlMe 7 5-1
Kookuk..... ft i X 4
81. Louia - 1 10 X
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant bitftial Service, U. 8. A
Tho C. W. Anderson brought 1J hhds.
Tho wind was pretty heavy on tho
The J. M.Kerr went to CapuJGirar
deau with the circus.
The J. Sharp McDonald with empties
to the Ohio from the south.
Captain Gus. Fowler was a passenger
on tiieJim Fisk yesterday.
The Capitol City yesterday brought
258 bales cotton lor rcshlpiuenl east.
The river la climbing up the levee last.
The main awell is coining Irom tho Mis
Tho only party that wo know on the
river that is glad that fly time has come
is Dr. Braddley's mockingbird.
Captain James O'Neal ol the Anchor
Line Gold Dust fctops oil tills trip to
take command ot the big Jim Howard.
Captain Jno. T. McCord takes command
of the Gold Dust.
Tho boys say that our Dutchmen
who had so much trouble with their
skiff at the wharf eyenlrig beore
last were Irishmen. We don't know
that It makes much difference; they
canio i.ear being drowned all the same.
They finally went away without the wo
A little job of rat catching ut the foot
of Eighth street attracted a crowdyester
day. 1'he boys on the wharlboat who
It will be remembered are "no slouches"
In that business viewed the oppcraflon
complacently, apparently satisfied that
the pegs they set a short time since
could not be easily moved,
Will S. Hayes says: "A negro gave a
billy-goat a cramberry pie on the levee
yesterday, and iq five minutes after he
cut it the negro was picked up lor dead
and hauled to the hospital, and the goat
was turning handsprings ull over the
levee. A cramberry plu will fill a billy-,
goat with more devilment and cramps
than anything else wc know of.
All persons having claims agalat the
Cairo Temperance Kclorm club are re
ucMed to preitenithe taiueto the under
signed or to Mr. E. W. Green, chairman
ol the linauce committee, sometime dur
ing the day, in order that the club may
take action on same at tliu meeting to be
held this, Friday evening.
JWill K. Hawkins, Sc'y,
V. T. R. t
The following letter explains itself:
Mr. Vkh.non III., April 15, 1S78.
Dr. C. W. Dukm.vo, Dear Sir I have
received yours 'of the 13th int. I will
be in Cairo and ad Iress the Cairo Icm
pirance Reform club on Friday night
the 2Cth inst. I cannot go this week bes
cause of some appointments my friends
had made lor me. Very respectfully,
vuur ft iend, Thos. S. Casey.
Tliu t'oiiituuii t.ueiuy.
In order to make headway against the
common enemy, disease, it is necessary
to oppose him with persistence. It very
frequently happens that a remedy per
fectly adequate to the necessities of the
case, it persisted in, is conuemneu anu
thrown aside because a;tew doses ol it does
not cure a malady. How unreasonable
anil unjust would such a judgment bo re
garding Hostetter's stomach bitters, one
ol the most popular and highly sanction
ed medicines of the day, a potent invigo-
rant and an Invariably successfully rem
edy lor constipation, dyspepsia, liver
complaint, incipient rheumatism and
gout, inactivity and weaknesss ot the
kidneys aud bladder, and for the Infirmi
ties incident to the decline 1
life. No fact is better established than
the above, yet in order to experience its
truth those atllicted with obstinate forms
ot disease should givo this benignant
curative a patent trial. If they do, they
may rely upon decisive curative results.
MAY 5T11 1878.
Tho Casino members havo chartered
three trains on tho narrow gauge road,
for tho purpose of conveying all thoso
wishing to spend , a day ot enjoyment
In the woods, and tho committee has
selected tho bautltul spot called Parker's
grovonear Luke creen, wnero parties
can spend n uood time fishng. 1 rains
will lcavo the St. Charles hotel nt halt
past. 8 a.m. ami 11 a.m. and baltpast
p.m. and return at 9 p. in.
A CBAICI FOB BALDBKADI,
ffeilr Day f PtUmuM Bh Dwb4
This is the age of wonders wonders In
science, wonders In rnoohaniam, wonders
in everything, it Has Deen said mat the
man wno causes iwo niaaea 01 Brass to
grow wnsre only ons grew bo fore Is a
publle benefactor. What. then, shall be
aid of tho nian who causes a full and
luxurious crop of Ualr to grow upon tho
barren and shining patos of the largo
army of baldheads who have well nleh
despaired of ever having a natural oov
rinr for their heads asalnT What nlaoe.
In a word, shall bo assigned to tho dis
coverer or Carbolinel bball ho not havo
a conspicuous nlobo in tho Temple of
Fame, and stand first among tbo bene,
faotors of his race? To Impart now life
and ylgor to tho dormant energies of a
diseased scalp; to give strength and full,
net to a weak and straggling growth of
hair; to bring back tho natural oolor and
gloss to bloaohsd and faded locks, ars no
ordinary achievements, since bhemlstai
and therapeutists havo sought in vain to
accomplish them for oenturles. All
honor, then, to tho discoverer of tho now
hair restorative, Carboline and lot oa
and all Join In , expressing a higher sp
fireclatlon of tho uses snd possibilities of
hat-Wonderful product ot patrolouni,
whieU oontatns tu elements that work
such mysterious and . gratifying changes,
S;ennsdy Co., Spools! Agents, fitt
Caiuo, Ills., Tncasiur Evicni.no,
A pi II 20, 1878.
The weather for tho last tew days has
been cbangnble windy and wet. On
Tuesday morning the severest wind
storm experienced in this locality In
many years passed over the city and por
tions ol Union, Pulaski and Johnson
counties, doing great damage to proper
ty and the growing crops. In this city a
number of buildings were damaged, and
the destructlen ot shade and fruit trees
and gardens was considerable. In tho
vicinity of Gooso Islaud In this county,
and at Villa Ridge and Caledonia in Pu
laski county, a number ol houses
were either blown down or badly wreck
ed, while the damage to orchards, fences,
etc., was very great. In the vicinity of
Villa Ridge whole orchards were de
stroyed. On one fruit farm no less than
five hundred trees were blown down,
broken or torn up by the roots; while in
many others from two to threo hundred
ruined. At Caledonia tho destruction
was equally as bad. The damago to tho
growing wheat wus considerable, though
not no much as was at first anticipated.
It Is impossible to yet estimate the dam
age, though It is very great.
The market is not materially changed
In any ol its leading features. Prices
generally are unchanged, though bus!
uess is light, and supplies of corn and
oats light. Hay Is plenty and dull.
Stocks of Hour and meal aro good and
receipts liberal. Country produce of all
kinds Is plenty with 110 Indications of a
slacking up of receipts. SeequotaUoin
kails of ritKiuur 'io nkw oki.kans and
Mvm)ihit. Yickburg. N. O;
Dry bbl U .w 2.j
Grain special 13 12
PorkJtheef IiU 4U ft
Hay 15 -M 17
11. mk landings o'cents per 100 lbs., and
lu cetiu per ulii. luglier.
tQlTOur friends should bear in mind
thai the prices here iriven are only lor
sales Irom lirst bauds 111 round lots. In
tiling orders and lor broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance upon
Transactions have been liglit, though
while there is no advance in prices, the
market indicates a somewhat firmer feel
ing among holders. This leeliug is the
result of the lact that wheat rules a shade
higher. However there is nothing doing
ouuide of the order trade. Slocks are
good aud receipts liberal. Sales noted
100 bbls. Various Grades on
orders - $4 OOfoG 00
100 " Choice Family fl OU
300 " Various Grades on
orders 4 OOfaG 00
2."j0 " Various Grades on
orders 4 00(ii 75
400 " Various Grades on
orders 4 00G '.0
Receipt ot corn continue light, while
the demaud is active, and prices steady
and firm at quotations. Tho supply on
tho market is small. We quote sales of 4
cars white in sacks at 45c; 3 cars white
in bulk at 40c; 2 cars mixed 111 sacks at
There Is only a limited demand for
oats. Trices, however, hold regular nt
31(23110 in sacks. Receipts are limited
and the supply on the market is not
large. Sales were 3 cars in bulk at 28c;
curs mixed in sacks at 3lc; 2 cars
mixed hi bulk at 28c.
The market Is full ot hay and receipts
are large. The demand is very light and
nricesare low and irregular. Common
and low grade hay canuot be deposed
of at any price. Sales reported were 2
cars;prime mixed at $8, lcar choice
Timothy at $10; 1 car good mixed at f !);
2 cars about choice 'at$'J 50; 2 cars red
top at SGfeG 50.
There is no change in the market for
meal. The supply Is fair while the de
mand is limited. Prices are not changed.
Sales noted were 100 bbls City $2 15
20; 100 bbls do. $2 20; 200 sacks meal
at 05c per 100 lbs; 150 bbls country K.
I), at $2 10.
Bran is in good supply and steady at
$12 50(Ji)13 00. Sales were 300 sacks at
$12 DO; 75 sacks at $13 00.
Tho raorket is overstocked, whllo the
demand Is light. There is no improve
ment in prices, and holders dispose of
tlicm at anything they can get lor them.
Sales wcro 150 bushels ot peachblowa at
25c; 50 bbls of pcachblows at $1 10.
Receipts of butter aro largo and tho
market Is full of all kinds. The demand
Is light and prices 34o off. Sales were
3 pkgs Southern Illinois at 15c; 22 pkgs
Southern Illinois nt 1415c; 2 buckets
choice Northern at 20C?;22c.
Receipts ot eggs arc liberal and the
sunuly on thu market fair. Tho demand
is fairly active and prices steady at quo
tatlons. Sales reported were 17 pkgs at
88c; 5 boxes at 8Jc; 4 cas?s (nippers'
count at 8 j. ,
Thu market is well supplied and re
ceipts are .liberal. Prices are ateady at
ouotatlons. Sales were 11 cooim mixed
chickens at $2 25; 2 coops mixed chickens
at $2; 4 coops choice lie in at $2 00,
Sales were 4 casks S. C. P. hams at
71c; 2 tierces bacon shoulders ut4o
luOO lbs bacon sides at (iju.
Kales were 0 ticrcjs kettle rendered at
7c; 3 kegs do at 740.
Pens, beans, new cabbage and all
kinds ol vegetables are plenty, and prices
down. It is itnpossinie 10 ux qiuuniuiio
Ilccelpts aro vry light and generally
n ah interior aualltv. Choice atrawher-
ri.1 waiiM Mill readllv at 20ro2rio. while
thoKH now 011 the market are selling for
Salia were 4:J0 bbls. Ohio river at $1 16
Just received by Taber Bros, a line as
sortment of beautllnl heavily plated.
ware, suitable for wedding present.
Also, just completed tho manufacture of
some tine Jewelry of beautiful design.
All of which are now open for Inspec
tion. - tf
All those needing anyti.lug In the pro
vision Hue Will do well to cull at Nos. 70
and 71 Ohio Levee, before purchasing
elsewhere. Pork, Bacon, Lard, etc., all
In good stock and prices down! down!
down! W. P. Wuioht.
April 22, 1378. lm.
Mnrx's HM lluii.
This house has become one ol the most
popular bat, houses In tho city, Why ?
Because you always find the best in the
country, such as the celebrated John B.
Stetson direct from the factory, eyery
one made to order.
A. Mahx, 01 Ohio Levee.
An Histokical Fact. Every agent
who has been steadily selling the Im
proved $20 llomesiead Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling house
lias a good account In bank, Is clear ot
debt, aud has money at Interest, the na
tural consequence ot securing a good
agen:y for superior goods at the lowest
prices, A good first-class Sewing Ma
chine, moht uselul rellablo at all
timis. easy to understand and control,
thu same size aud does tbo same work
as any mat li nes that sells ar tour Jinics
the price. Tnere U no machine at a. "
price better, or that will do finer or more
work, and certainly none so low In prise
by many dollars, Tho Homestead is
widely known and used In thousands of
lamilles in the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in tho west.
It will save its cost several times over 'in
one Beason, duing the work of the family,
or will earn lour or five dollars a day
lor any man or woman who sews for a
llvlnir. It Is the strongest machine
made, Is ready at nil times to do work
makes the strongest and finest stitch yet
Invented, and Is lully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
I'rlcc, complete lor domestic use. Rei
dnced 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. Extraordinary
liberal olfers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established;
or, if there Is no agent near you, send
your order direct to tno taciory. aa
dress John II. Kendall & Co., ill Broad
way, New York. 3-15-12ni.
No met hi 11 a; .tew.
The Simmons refrigerators; also wa
ter coolers, Ice cream freezer-; window
and door wire cloth, bird cages, flower
stands, banging bankets, finning tackles
and a thousand other things at
A. Uam.ky'8, ,
tf No. 113 Commercial avenue.
A GRAND EXCURSION AND
under the auspieeB of the Christian Mis
sion Sunday Schools on tho Cairo and
Bt. Louis railroad to Bald Knob, tlio
highest peak in the state, will take place
Saturday, May 4th. T he scenery is mag
nillcent, tall rocks and cilfls, ferns, flow
ers and strawberries in abundance, also
Ice cream and other refreshments on the
grounds. Train all coaches. V ill leave
the tic. Cbarlaa hotel nt R:30 Sharp, Stop
ping opposite Tenth and Twenty-eighth
streets to receive passengers, and arrive
on tbo pie-nlc grounds at 10:45 a. m., and
returning, will leave at 4 p. in. Fare tor
the round trip only 50 cents lor all over
twelve years, and 23 cents tor all under
twelve years. So eomu along, bring
vour basket dinner aud let's have one
day ol genuine pleasure. Tickets can
be bad at tho stores of Aldcn Graves &
Co., ThistlewoodA Co., or of Capt. Mil
ler, Green Line agent.
Rovrr linnwn 10 Fall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Ur, will norry
and llorehound has neves been known to
fail In permanently curing obotiuute
coughs, eolds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any diseases of the respiratory organs, and
it does it, too, at once . It is not necessary
to take It for a long time before you can
discover its bencticlal effects. Its sale in
this community is Immense, and its popu
larity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hands. Do not fail to give this great aud
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
annot disappoint you. Trvitonce. Trial
size 10 cents. Kegular sizes M cents and
one dollar. For sule by Barclay Bro's,
cor. of Eighth street and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills. ,
Also agents for l'rof. 1'arker's Tleasant
Worm Syrup, which never lr.tls. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic. Trice
NOW IN AND FOE SAL IS
AT BOTTOM P K I C K S
The following Brands:
" Young llyson,
' English Broaklast,
Give thorn atrial. 112 TTIS & BUID.
4 23 5t
STAT! or IbUNOU, 1 . .
A It sutler t.o.. )
lu tliu Circuit Coait of Alaxanilcr County
CleiiiiuaF. llartlett anil ol-
ney 8. llurllett, livr uus
Hill In Chancery
Mary BU'Watt and Williau
!-aiil delcailanu are htircb nolil'icJ that the
above cn lilnlaiiit il iHUiiling III laiil couit, ami
ti e lime ami ploc of i lie return ol aumiuona In
l.unn.. la thM Tt Irrill fit' aaiil noUrt. to be
holiicn at the court hoiine in the city of Cairo, in
aid county, ou Um thud Monday la May, A.
U. WD. , JOHN A..BKKVK,
tiiitiNAttUniar, l " tiera ot tain wmrt
(ionipl'ta Snlicitort. f
Notion orFlnril N-lllniut.
To W hom it Mttv (Jonoorn :
The iiiulerslKDHti aainiiiuirator oi me
fHlale ol Jauiea 11. KiUKWay, aoeeafcu,
hurvlif Kivea notice tual tie will make a
final tertort of bi acta arid dolniriag auub
Kduilhimrittor to tuo vjouniy conn oi aivx-
auatir county, at the May term lueruot, A,
1). la'.o. to wltion Monday, Aiay UUtli,
167B. aud will tlien aud tutr ak lor a lull
and dnal wttlemunt ol out nucounu anil (or
a dticuurgt tram all lurtbur liability aa ad-
mioiHtrator oi taiu eatutn .
1 , AUinlaliitrator,
April Htb, 1873.
Nolle to Contrneturs.
OmCBOPClTV CLBRK, I
t'AlKO, Ills., April am, 1S78.
Seated ioponai will be received at this
otHce until ft o'cloeK p.m. of 1'uesday tn
7tn day of May, 1878, lor the tilling and
irrading ol VX) cubic yards of earth ou
Commercial avenue, between Thirtieth
and Thirty-tour th streets, on the westerly
ii'Jo of the 0. 'V, It. K. track
The work U to be done under the direc
tion and approval of the committee on
Toe rig-lit to rejoot any or all bid
reserved. J. U. 1'hii.lis,
I'KllilO.N IN BAAhKLTTCY.
In the diHirict court of tha Uuited Suites, i-ir
Dip touth.rn diilrii't ut Illinois.
In bankruptcy hu. I7tt'.
In the mailer of WaUon U, Itockwell, bank
rupt. .Notice is hereby given that 1 pclitliMi has I" an
fllul 111 court by tali! Wjuou II. KocL .11,
Duw ol'ltouuler, In ihf county of IIjiiI'Imi i:. '.he
lUle oiXnlurulo, duly ileclared bankrtiit ..niler
ihtt H 01 ooiixrw. of Mttrch -ml, lso?, hu I tho
amfiiiliueiitu llicrulo, fur UiecliurKe and citill
cute thereof, from ull hiaittbta uml other ciuiuit
rotable uuiler r-ai'l aet, aud Uml the nvixiul day
ol .Muy, A. J. W. at eli'Vi'U o'clock a. in., i
a-BiBiU'il for Uih bearing of the ume hi .ud
noun, it the United ntaUa court room in the city
ol ."niriiiKtli lJ, when and when all creditor ol
aaid bankrupt, ami all other persons in interns.,
muy alteud aud ahow cause, It any they have,
why the piaycr ol aid petitioner thoubl not be
granted. (ihoHCihl HOrtKN,
l.iNauAB A l.AXtt. I Mcr .
Attorneys lor Petitioner. J
Nolire to 'outrelorM.
Officii Of City Ci.bkk )
Calto, Ills., April 10th., 17. (
Sealed proposals will be received at mis
otlice, until ." o'clock, p.m. ot Tuesday, the
Ttti day of May, A. 1. 1878, for tbo lililDj;
and grading ut .VK) cubic yunU of earlh
on luirtceiitn atrvet, between Wuluul
atreet and Washington avenue.
The work to he doue under the direc
tion aud approval ot the committee 011
The right to reject any or all bills la re
served by the city. J. B. l'mixis,
did City Clerk.
MOkTU Atith'S BAL1C.
WmniAa, Orrin M. l.ninard, of the county
of Alexander, in the Ktatc ol Illinois, did, ou tha
3nth of September, A, I). leT7, execute and de
liver to L'. (), Killer ik Co. a chattel luortaKe,
which i.-t recorded in the recorder's olUcc, 01 tue
county of Alexander, elate of Illinois, in book
"V olLhaittl mortK iKa. ou paKci.o, thereby
conteyinif to the eaid C U. l'atier a Co. tho
following described and chattels, lo-wil :
Two pl 'urrd, two leavenuK machines, together
With Li' lis lor muuiiiK Mime, one .t.itioniiiv
ciucine and boiler, etc., to secure tile pay incut ol
a oerum promissory note mentioueil ill Si.ld
chattel UiorMaKe, and default luvinc, been made
In the payment of said note, and in tue perform
ance of icrlam other of aaul couiliuoiu ol luld
Sow, UieTcforc, notice 1b hereby given that the
undereiKtied of eaid mortirKe, Ly virtue of the
k-rmn aud conditions ol said mortgage, will,
on 1I1V.MII1 1iiv l Aurll. A. 1.IH?S,
at u o'clock in tue forenoon of eaid day, ut thu
court house, in the county and state af jreeatdi
sell at puhlio auction t the highest and best did
der lor cash, all of the aforesaid goods ami
Dated thUSuik day of March, A. U. Ih7f.
C. O. 1'A l lKlt &CU..
3 i! 3t Aloria-igeeii
Kktatn of A. H 8afl"ord. deceased.
'1 he undersiKued having been uppointed execu
trxol the last will aud tentameut of A. 11. .Sal
tord. lute of the county of Alexander and state ot
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that bhe
will appear lielore the Comity court of Alexan
der county, at the court home, iu Cuiro, at the
May term, on the uuru JUunday in .nay next, iu
vlnuh tuiiu all nersoDS havini: claims axi.inst
said estate are uotllied and requested to attend lor
the puruose ol having the same auju-ieq. .nu
persons indebted to said estale are rcipie&ted to
luake immediate payment to the undersigned.
iuteu tins initiuay oi jiarcn, -a- i'., im.
AN.SA b SAH'Umi,
321 w lit Executrix.
6TAT ok Illinois
In the Circuit Court ol Alexander County,
Muy Term, A. I).
Wood IiitUnboune and )
Joseph 11. Kitiuunpuse,
partners doing business
under the nrm name 01
'Wood Ktttenbouse &
Brother," I fa Attachment,
Samue I K. luomp-ou, man d tld if.
Johu biunot and Ad-
ward 1'. Uilson, as part
ners doing business un
der the brui name ot "s.
K. Thompson A Co."
Notice is nerubv irlviu to said .love-
named delemlauu llul a writ oi' u.Uclt
incut hs been sued out ot Ibe i.tn-Ui.
court, ut the suit ot sia piuinlills 1 m 1111
said defendants lor cult bum 01 nv i lun-
dred thirteen and loitj-eigtit mie hun
dredth dollars, directed to Ibe suiritl ol
said Alcxauder couuty to execute, w icj
writ baa been returned by saiu abend exe
cuted. ov, uules you, the mid uelcivl
ants, shull personally be aud appear bt lore
said court ou the first day of thu next term
thereof, to be uolilcu at luo court lionise 111
tue citv o( Cairo. Illinois, on the third jl ou
day ot iluy, A. L. ItiTS, give apecial bull
and plead to said action, Judmeut will be
euteieu aitnsi you in iavor 01 aiu piaiu
tilts and the property attached sold to ut-
isly U10 same with costs.
iiun.l A l.Lr, Tj, viei a.
Ghekn & Giliikrt, Att'ys for l'l l'Us.
TAX SALE NOITCK. "
To E. S. Uuut aud A. B, Eyes ana all ttbers
You are hereby nntllied that at a c.10 01
lands, town and city lots tor the delinquent
stale, county, i.HUici, scuooi au.i tuner
taxes 01 iriii) anu costs, ueiuai menuuit
nouse door in Cairo Alexander county Illi
nois, on the iUi day of August, ltd, J. II.
Parker Durcuaseu tne east , aoriuwei-i, 01
section thirteenth (13), towupuip sixleon
(lli), range two (2) west, cousistiunoi enti
ty acres and the west 1-2, northwest of sea
tion thirteen (ia)towuship siateon (lli),
raDge two (2) west, consisting ot eighty
acres situ aleu in suuuouuiy aim siate, inn
that both pieces were useessed and sold in
the namt jot E. S. Hunt aud A. B. Eves,
aud that the time given by law lor the re
dumutioa ot suid lands will expire on the
bin day of August, 1878.
(J, U. ITAllKKH, A. UlC.iaeci,
Cuiro, April 10th, 1878-
0 TICK OF I' IS XL METTL.tl.Mb.NT.
To Whom It May Concern:
Tbo undersigned administrator 01 me
estate ot .leshua S. Yates, deceased, here-
bv eives notice that ne will make a iiuai re
port ol bis acts and doing as such adminis
trator to tne vouniy conn ui uieiuuuur
couutv. at the .May term ttiureoi, a. d
ISTt, to-wit; on Monday, at ay zutn, iim,
and will men ana mere ass; nir a inn uuj
tiual settlement of bis accounts and for a
dbcbargu from all lurtber littbliity as ad'
miulstrutor ot said estate.
T11031A8 31AH1 Al,
April 22, 1878. Administrator.
To Joahua O. Hall, aa administrator de bonis
uoUO' tUe estate of lloeva Clark, tleceaud; the
unilnwti heira ol lloei'a Clara, Ueceateu: tne un
known owntrn ol lota ten (in), eleven (II) aud
twelve (l'-')i in blonk seventeen, iu the o.iiy ol
c.ilni. county of Alexander and stile of lllmoit:
lltny r. . sefiyu, true tee tor tue ua oi J twine
k.i.lvs. the unknown ownert ot lota one ill to
uglil (.-). OotU inoluilve, lu block cinhteen (lis),
ititlieHaiu city oi v.airo tin, uuanowu ncirs ol
l.iuasey 11. reeier, oereaeeui tiirain alter,
u i uin nitttiier. me itiiKDown neira ana tievi
bt'ei of lleiijainiu r , Kdwarda, deecaaeil ; George
naviU ami Aneice Kaijadale. You, und each ol
you, are hereby DOtilleU mat on tne 4tu ilay ol
a mil. lt;, the Ciuro and Vinoennet rail row I
company died iu the ullic of the c.lurn of the
AUXiiiutr county circuit court a petition io Cuti
deinn, lor the use of ami ruilroait, auiongkl
olhera. lotnten IH'I, eleven (HI unit twelve (u
in block heventeenih (ill; lota one (I) to eight
(W), i nth inclusive, lu bloijt. eighteen (l(i)' lot
one (I) iu block twenty o, all in the city ol
Cairo, county or ar'huii"""" "wui iuuiuib
also ou two m. aia tj. iem tin. nve nj
aeven (7), eiRht (h), twelve (la) and fourlciat
(.41. In the llulel audition to taiu city ol Cuiro.ln
which you are intcn tied, which aaid uvtitiou
addroM'tt to lion. DavulJ, liaker, J nt-ol aaid
uinnnl court, piaylnn that the column latum to
l ... .,;,! tn the aeverai owners of lai dt nuurilinl
in aaid jietttou may be aweaeed according to
law .... ...., .l .
Yon are lliriner noti ueu tnat tne rioa.
J. liaker, JildK" atoretaia. Iia, by en'iorae-
rneut on aaiu aiinin, "a u tn it,ia ,iay
iluy, M, at tne day tor the hearing lutrtxil.
Dated April HUl, !
JOHN A. UE .VK,
Clerk Aleiandrr County Ciroult Court.
SAIIt'lL H. Vl MKLK,
Aitoiavr for I't utlutier.
Are not advertised aa "euiwtls," hut art ttnt.
its in the diseaaea lor Whith they are ltW)I11
Investigators of natural K'lenca have Ueainn.
atrated beyond controversy, that llirouiihont the
animal kinirdom the "survival ol the finest" it u,.
only law thai vouchsafe thrill and perpetuity.
Does nut the same principle govern me eonimercU
prosperity of manf An inienor cannot tupercMl
tnaerior article. By teason of superior merit, lir
rieree- .standard Medicine hav ooltivaled all
others. Their tale ia the united stales alone ti-
tceih one million dollars per annum, tvhiie the
amount eiported foots up to several hundred In
land more . No business could grow to such Rijt in
tic proportions and rest upon any other basil than
that ol merit.
13 PLEASANT TO USE.
its curt-H extend over a period Ot M yeuis,
Its sale constantly Increases.
Cures by its mild, soothing ctlect.
Cures cold In head and Catarrh or Ozoena.
IT SPEAKS I OU ITSELF.
itfitaronT, Mass., April 2, 1h7j,
Mr. Kditor llavuig reaij iu vouriiper the
reporU of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I atu
induced 10 tell wnat 1 know about catarrh, and
1 laucy the "aiiuU" and "mliHlinir tube" niak
ers niero dollar grubbers would buxlad il they
could embliu.in a ainillar cure in Ui papers.
For years 1 tullered with cauerrli. lbs niml
passages became completely clusiil. Suutt',
mutt, tubes, inhaling tubes and "sticki," would
not work, though at intervals I would mitf tip
the so-called culurrh Biiulf, until 1 became valu
able tester tur audi medicines. I gradual ly frrew
w iroe uud no oue can know how uiuji 1 sutler
ed or what a miserali.e being 1 was. My hed
ached over my eyes ho that 1 Was contlned to
my bed tor nutny successive days, stiflcriug the
most intense pain, w hich at one Hue lusted for
loti hours. AUI sense of tuste aud stueil gone,
sight and bearing gone, nervous system eha'ter
ed and constitution btoken, and 1 was Cwkii'K
aud spitting aevcn-eiKhbt ol tbs time. 1 prated
ford, uth to relieve me of fliy eiihVrmgj. A la
vorublr uotlce in your paper of Dr. hage'a La-la-rB
Iteuiedy induced me tc purchases packane
and use it with nr. huge' a nasal douche, a udi
applies thu remedy ly hydrosuitic picsaure. the
ouiy way uompititile witncBiumouseu e. Well,
Mr. Editor, it did not cure Ue iu tnree-fourtiis
ota second, nor iu oue hour or month, but in
less than eight minutes 1 was rvlicved tud in
lliree months entirely cured, on.l have n mtined
s a :or oyer id munllts, v nue usiuit Hie Ularra
Kemedy I used lr. 1 icrce I (.oldeu liedical
iMscovery to purify my blood and strcueilitu my
sloiuacli. A also kept my liver acme aud
bowels regular by the uj of his Pieanant Purga
tive 1'elleu. if my experience will induce oitwr
sull'ei'ers to seek Uie same means of relief, this
letter win nave answered its purpose.
yours, truly, B. ii. HENS IK.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or ISiood-cleansn.
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1y reason of its alterative propi-itics, cures diseases
Ot the Llluou aiul Akin, as arulula, ur hint's Kvii ;
'iuniur ; t'kers, or Old Si ires ; iHutchcs I'inipies;
and truptiuiiri. riy virtue of iu I'ectoral proLier
tiei,, it cures limncui ilt Ttiruut and l.mg Allcr
tionii; Lucipieui i.Auuiiipiijn ; l.incriu Loughs;
and i h route Iryuitiii. Its thulat-je uruperiics
reiuler it an un iuakil remedy tur Itiliuusnesj; lur
pid Liver, or "i.iver Complaint ;' uud its Tunic
propr.:;- nuke iteqaaliy ctl'uaciouMn curing ludi
Uitton, Loiis of Appetite and Uypeuaia
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ches and pimples, or whery ttiere are dciotulous af
(cctiuiiH and swelling, a few Ljtiu ufOoldtn Med
ical discovery wiltcliect Hn entire cure It you feel
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or yellowish brown spots on face ur body, frequent
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heat or chill attcnuitrd with hot flushes, low spirits
and K'ouuy forebodings, irregular appftiie and
tonmic coated, you ttre kiillcring trom lorpid Liver
or itilioune!is.'' In mauy casei ol'' Liver Com
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tii'iden Medical discovery luis no cuual, aft it effects
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Dr. R. V. I'iRiic is tha solo nronrtetor anil
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imu uro mini uy urugKiHtrt. u u aleo IDA
mil or of the Peoolu'a Comtuon senna Medic il
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