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JOHN It. ODKRIiY, I'-dlUir.
1ikk McOoou:, the lirle lighter, who
ktllcil l'atse.v Mauley In St. Louts totue
tlmc go. litis been uciiuHtcd. Tin- lt-iivkH-
DlMll'HTt.MII.Y tliu Mcti-oftoH. Times
remark thiit "Jack Allien li:w ;rut m
wormy as n dead liowc Mi ice lie went to
Vienna." Wti'ro slel;.
JIkn and tilings z Immortality in
various ways, ami In tliu way least expect
ed. Wo may liavuto tliank .tonu II.
Obcrly for tliu Immortality of son;,'.
Tin: Sun Inn abamlomil the lti-'iulilH-sn
party, and pronounces It dead. It died,
nays Hie .S'kh, of too nuicli civil rights bill,
and Hutler. Carnenter and F.omin. Not
10. It died of cowardice.
Wisconsin's newSenator,Angtn Cam
eron, Is forty-nine years old and a native
of New York. During the Senatorial
contest, bq was at Ids home lu I.a Crone
In the quiet pursuit of his profession as
Tin Marion Democrat says "two men
from Saline precinct, Williamson county,
were In Marlon last week, Inquiring if the
Prosecuting Attorney had the names of
the kuklux. It Is believed that these fel
lows belong to the organization. They
If the Sim would make a remark about
railroad passes or buggy rides, we would
feel happy. The corner on scrip hinted
at by the' Sun might also be dieused
again. WJiy drop these subjects like hot
potatoes? Pick 'cm up.agaiu, neighbor,
and give us u little entertainment by their
IiUEcuuit, lu bis sermon last Sunday,
said that lu his youth he was not taught
to believe God a gentleman. Thegreat de
fendant should be careful of his tongue.
He would be guilty of Mrs. Tlitou
If he were nofof the Lord's people. If
be leaves them now, salt will not save
Tub Metropolis Times does us injustice.
Th:itpaper,reckless of coiisequeucesays
we are "mnd at II. O. Jones." Tills Is
not true. Wo are an admirer of Mr.
Jones, and do not wMi to lie cla-ed with
those who are opposed to him. He Is our
beau Ideal of a statesman, and his relliK
meutaud literary ability reflect credit
upon Southern IIIIuoU. We pine in ad
miration of his great g'iilu.
The fi'ly Ww-hington reception, at
New York, will be a unique entertain
ment. It will b" li'ld on the i2d hist.,
at the Academy of Muti in aid of the
floating hospital of St..lohn' ("tilld. The
Imitation will bo fae Miullc ol thou is
Miedby Mr-. Washington for her recep
tion at the l're-dikutltil MUuMon. The
eoMuine? worn ami the decorations will
Imj those of a hundred year-' ago.
Mi:. Himito.v, one of the Opposition
members of (lie Iloii'e, has submitted for
di-,cu;.lon a proportion to abolish the
Presidency of the l.'nlted State.-, and sub
stitute In place of tliu olllce, a cabinet,
the executive ollleer of which shall have
a seat in Congres and pa's in his olllelal
resignation whenever a vote of luck of
commence 1 adopted. Stick fa't to the
old land mark-!. Thc-e new tangled
plans of government should lie frowned
down by the people.
A nuiKF commuuicatloii to the Marlon
Democrat, dated Friday morning, sayn:
"Cartei-vlUc is in a blaze. Some seventy
citizens of that place came up this inorn
ing on the train. A big row came oil' a
few days ago lu that town. A lawsuit Is
going on here. Judge Dull", of Carbon
dale, Is employed, and all the attorney! of
this city on ono side or the other. We
hope that peace may Iks restored without
bloodshed, though It looks squally."
Happy Williamson J
Tiu:vlrago,Mrs. DeGecr a pettlcoated
liest-always apjK-ars lu Sprlnglleld during
the K-nIons of the legislature. She Is
there now, and the other night leetiucd In
the hall of the House, on which occasion
she took occasion to denounce the Demo
crat and Independents for their action
on the Louisiana matter. The beautiful
and beaming Hon. it. 0. Jones pie.slded,
and the Madam smoothed him down like
a pet kitten. Jones is prettier than Mrs.
De Getr, she is more masculine than he,
and both are so susceptible.
Tub American Newspaper Advertising
Agency of Geo. P. Howell & Co., New
York, Is the only establishment of the
kind In the United States which keeps it
self iKTsistently betorc the people by ad
tertitiny in newspapers. They elilentlv
receive their reward, for we have It from
a reliable source that adertMng orders
h sued by them for their customer have
exceeded three thousand dollars u day
since the commencement of the year, arid
this is not a very good year or a'dcertniny
i . ... . i i
a i ouiiui r ruiiiiiiguuiii, Jiuis., a
"baby-farming" Institution has Hour-
isbed for some time. Tim managers of
the Institution were Nelson and Mary
Jleynolds. The. principal business of
Nelson was to get drunk while Mary took
care of the children. Her care consisted
In giving Urn children large doses of laud
anum and In the Intervals when they
were not stupllled by Its effects, she beat
them to keep them quiet. Two or thre o
weeks of such treatment generally quiet
ed the baby for good. The, woman and
her husband huve been arraigned for
manslaughter, and the "institution" Is
closed for Ui! present.
Tun report ol tbo select committee on
Arkansas affairs, which lias Just been
made public In Washington, is probably
n correct etateniiiit of things a they ex
ist In that State. The people generally
are rqircseuted ai lit.lu-: nnxloiu for a
ltc.ic-.-nbk and quiet administration of Hie
slate government. In tin; opinion of the
committee, 11 10 trouble In ArkaiiBim N Its
"chivalry." The young men, the "gen
tlemen" of the State, who carry pistol
and Ureal ins on all occasions, and on all
oeKslons cnuMdcr It in order to assert
superiority to iilgscri- and Northern w liltc
men and always enloree their opinions
by a lionilMi of thclrwcapons this is llic
class which need to bo rcdnilned and sup
pressed by the civil authorities of the
Stale. The committee do not recom
mend any action by congress or by any
department of the general government In
regard tx the state government, belngsat
lulled that lhee.Mlng state government
N legal. '1 Ids ivport Is signed by Poland,
tseuiulor. Snyler and Slo-d. Congresr
man Ward, or IIUtioN, dksgrccs with the
innjorlty of the committee, bcllelngtlmt
Hrooks was legally elected iindei tbeeon
stllullon of ISGS and is the lawful guv
crnor of I ho State.
I I, ATI. It AO.VI.V.
Plater is our statesman, active u? a Ilea,
Industrious us an ant, and persistent as a
life insurance agent. He started w ith a
bill to deprive the Infernal nigger of the
public schools, glided Into the Williamson
county matter, dwelt upon the revised
statutes, rose to the Indian, and thcu
towered into the sarcasm of a resolution
"directing the preparation ol a bill pro
viding for building six Idiot aylmns ;
asylums tor deranged politicians at
Springfield and Chicago; for an eye and
ear Infirmary at Cairo, and for a school
tor the education of members of the Legls
lature, butchers, tailors, Congressmen
The House, Jealous of the greatness of
the only member lit to lead It, laid the res
olution on the table ; and Dr. Itogers, of
McLean, a gentleman whose old fogy
Ideas prevent hlin from appreciating the
scliicllllatlous of genius, moved that no
record of the resolution should be made.
The unappreclativc dolts adopted the mo
Plater Is right. There should be built
in tills State Mx idiot asylums, and he
should be placid lu all ol them nt the
same time ; and who will question the
wisdom of schools for tailors, butchers
grangers, Ac.? Is not the govern
nient paternal, and should it notprovlde
for all classes of citizens? Sarcasm, In
clniliK", Plater deals In; and the liog-
erses of the House do not appreciate him.
He Is too much for them. lie towers
above them. He sees visions they cannot
see, and while they laugh lii mind con
eelve Idea of abitruse statcmaiishlp and
gives birth to happy hits like his little In
dian and idiot aylum resolution'. Pla
ter, thegreat, go on ; do not be frightened
from the path of duty bv the
vapid nothingness of all the Iloger.-cs lu
tiii: timu'iii.knomi; 'rnii7.nvjit.iTi:
We can see throuuh It, and the denial
of the Journal amounts to nothing.
Th-re tens a conspiracy among the Radi
cals to make Speaker Haines uncomfort
able and throw discredit upon the Demo
crats mid Independent Reformers of Ha
state. The conspiracy was the work of the
Hon. Shelby M. Culloni, who m-ed
the Hon. James A. Connelly, who
used the Hon. A. M. Jones, who raised
Mr. Culloni is an excellent gentleman,
courteous and very obliging. Ho Is one
of the model politicians of the day. Hutr
tcr will not melt in Ids mouth, ami he
cultivates the art of conciliation with con
summate skill, lie Is bold w hen his party
has taken a position anil iiomiurted him
for olllce, provided boldness Is more pop
ular than timidity, lie lingers by the
wayside; ho waits for tilings to turn up;
lie goes into a hole and conies out of It
agah'i; he looks nice at all times ; ho does
not violently combat error wlillo error Is
strong, but upon error overthrown he
puts down liU heel in wrath. He I am
bitious, but docs not permit Ids ambition
to overleap Itself. Ho Is careful, and
when ho shakes the horny band of John
Smith, tliu Granger, and asks John If
Mrs. Sjnlth Is well and the children In
good health, he Intimates by his manner
that John ought to vote for him at the
earliest convenient moment. To perform
his wonders in politics, lie moves in a
mysterious way. Ho don't go straight
forward. He goes around. He pulls the
wires, and his puppets dance. He makes
tliu thunder of the stage, but Is concealed
behind the scenes.
Mr. Connelly Is a goodlsh sort of a
mat). We like him. He used to bo n
Democrat an Ohio Democrat and there
is In him some of the old leaven yet.
He lias been called the Little
Giant of the House, but lie
kuows his Is not a massive intellect.
He appreciates himself at about his true
worth; an J he is worth a good round sum.
He Is smart, and like old Joe Hagstoek.
"sly, devilish sly, sir." He is an excellent
man to do anything. The man who 'cau
use him la lucky. Cullom is lucky.
Mr. Jones U a curiosity. He Is a very
tall man with a very long tongue and few
brains. He is also very troublesome ; and
like a parrot will gabble lu the "Poor
Polly wants a era:kcr" style from morn
ing until night. He Is withal
a good hearted man, and
would not hesitate to do a person a
kindness, if kindnesses cost nothing. Ha
lias unfortunately fallen Into the belief
that lie Is a great man, and Is as bother
some as are all little men possessed of the
idea of greatness. A blusterer, he is
weak, and the strong men use lilm, He
is a cat's paw used by men of the Cullom
and Connelly class to rake the chestnuts
outof the lire.
These three gentlemen are the trouble
some triumvirate at Springfield.
Mr. Culloni was Speaker, ai.il wishes
to Iw Governor. If he could discredit
Mr. Iliilnes ho would gain strength by
contrast with him, and If lie could ills
credit the Opo,ltioii his chances of elcc
tlon would le Increased. So ho smiled,
and .Mr. Connelly went to work iii his In
terest. Mr. Cullom was concealed, and
Mr. Connelly walked out, pushing Mr.
Jones before him. Mr. Jones whs happy.
He aimed his points o( order at Speaker
Haines, ami Induced Mr. Clatliu, who
seems to bu as dlsagrecablo as the
Itch, to follow bis uxample. Oil-
loni stood behind tho scenes,
and whispered" his commands. Con
nelly occasionally patted Jone on the
back like a boy patting a pullMe, encour
aging It to snap at larger dog -. Now and
then Culloni would eome out, and niy in
a soil lonii of apology: "Ik-ally, I am
sorry, Mr. Halnc." and then go back
Into his eoiic alment saying to Connelly :
"Tell Jones to bark iigaln," and "Please
tramp on Claltiu's tall and make lilm
noisy." Connelly was obedient, and
Jones barked and Clatliu howled, until
Speaker Haines, who is a strongman lu
some respects but weak In others, was
Induced to throw mud mid swear a lit
tle, when all the Itmlleal kennel was let
looo opon him. They nearly eat him;
ami, it is to be hoped they will, If he again
permits thelrnnpplng to make him an-
Finally the attack raised a sloini the
triumvirate did not anticipate, and the
conspiracy was laid upon the shelf. Tho
Speaker became serene ; the gentle Mer
rill settled down from yeasty noisiness
Into Insipid good humor; Culloni looked
as Innocent as a lamb; Connelly wasanx
ous to know what was wrong; and Jones,
with his tall between his legs, ran oil'
growling but conquered. And now all Is
quiet on the legislative Potomac.
(ioi.coNDA has been vls'ted by tho An
rel of death, who last week took from
iitnong them Miss Llllv Stone, daughter
of Judge W. Stone. The de
ceased was a cultivated. Interesting and
amiable young woman of nineteen. She
was nigniy esieeineu aim tier loss will foe
severely felt by all. Metropolis Times.
Tun youthful King Alfonso's method
of selecting bis royal advisers reminds
one of the way the boys play marbles.
It seems that tliu boy Kluir lias a sneeial
aversion to a gentleman named Mr. Ortiz
de Plnedo, and when the former was
lately pressed to make said gentleman a
counselor, the King stoutly refused, and,
wnen oueuoneii as to ine cause, said:
"That Is the man who had charire of the
property of the palace, and he sold my
beautiful black horse to little Johnny
Prim, and I shall never forgive lilm,
never." Johnny Prim Is the son of the
late General, anil Is about the same age as
the King. Boston 1'otf.
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Corrected Unity by St. SIcoiih, r.mmUMon
Miimmm, ncereuuy oi inc mini nonnl or
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l'otntoes, pertnntl G3t')
Onion, iwrhnncl SKI.'.u
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Tins tliLLiniN U eiitl to city snbfcrlUrs by
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lercent. jxr annum , ilauh Utand Siteiu-
uer in. iniereji noi lumi.mii is uiutvu iniiue
dlutely to th principal nf llic deposits, thuthy
t'lvlmr them cximiKiiind Intel est
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CAN DEAW IT.
Onui wrv liuslueoa dav rrolu ilu in to3n m
aud katurtlay evenings for savings UrKiu ouly
irom v lo a o'Civca.
W. HYSI.OP, Treasurer,
BY vlilueof thi-ee syverid exccuttoiia to m
directed by the del k ur the Circuit
Conn ot Alexunder county, lu the Mate
of lllliiolsone In favor of lianlel price,
one la favor of l'atrick Mocklar nnd
one lu f.ivor of llernard ilcManus, unit nil
aKalnit the Cairo und Vlliceuues ltulltu.nl com-uny-l
have levied iipou thofnllowluKileiicilhed
imiitflty, n therollntr of AleMiudei'iiud btate
of Illinois, tn-wlli IiM uuinlieitil one (1) und
two ('.'), in block iiumberiil twelie (12). und
lots numbered te 'ii (7) and eight (s) , In block
numuert'd iwcniy-iunts itj;, in im- r hbi iiiin
linn lo the city of Culm, In the county of Aiex
muter and Mate, of Illinois, rh the prnpeiiy of
Hie Kiitil 'tilrnuml Vlncrnned Itullruadcoiiiitiini'.
widen I shall offer at iiuhllo sulu ut thenoulh-
west door of the Court Hoiiku lu Hip ry of
Cairo, In the tcotmly of Alexander und Shite of
Illinois, on Hie .Minimy oi rcuriuiry, a. n,
IS76, at the hourof eleten o'clock, n. in , lor
Sheriffof Alexander county, Ills.
Cairo, lilt. Feb, 4, im. M.4-vtt
"I'liiHleatlnnii'jl.v llio belt atiatnlnril
work til'tlie hi ml In llic Morlil."
NoriuKB of -riiu miins
Tlio cv;r lnr.ri'iilti efi'cul itloti of till"
uxcrllunt tnoiitlily prove Mi cotitlmicd
udup Ion to popular iia&lrt' and needs. In
deed, vtlicii U'i HilnU In ts lioiv mtiiy home'
It iij.it'ir.itPi i'') iiionlli. wo limit vol
Mild' It nvi't.o ot i'io idiuiit(ii" us well tin
witulutiin" ol'tlic pub lc inlii J forltjvinl
pop'danty li.is lieuii v n by no uppcul to
s'upltl i r(0tidle'j n iH pruvc 1 liiitoi.- Hoi
Tim lift ict r ivlilcli llii Miifjalnu poi
hei'e'l. iiitcrprlT.mllKlo wcullli,
nudliUr. i " . tti.-.t ti if kept Ji.ico vvllli,
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conductors tuioha du Willi Jutlllabl enm
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tLo exprcs ordiri of
llncr ,v lirotiMT'. . .
AiMrcs ii.Mii i.ii ,v Him i ni.i.-', i.
! wiiU ly knowp
N'.l.v Ol tllOIUOft
Wil .1..., n.
yViflt.fa -or tli.n-
Lflttii ti- tin itntiim
reputation, based on it iirn-iMi- v.ir'io.
an I ftKtflnod by its n :nri. lul- curvs
So tnlM n to I r vi'i- rnd l i'i.tfici'l to
children, ami yet o c.'" liing m to
vflvutiiallv jmn;" c-t tin v. ,.i fornip
tiotH of tin lilootl. mt-li 1 1 the fcrof
uloin nnd rvphili'.ii contamination.
Iiiiinritlei or i!it'H'n lint have l;.rkfl
in the fVft.'in for von; i loon yield to
tliM KiVrfnl nnti'Iote, ami disappfar.
Ilfiico its wonderful cures man of
v.-liicli .no publicly known, cit'?i,rilulii,
nnd all scrofulous lii'e.i'e.s Ulcers,
lfiiifIon, ami eriiplivu ilijonlrrs of
tho tkin, Tumors, IMotciics. Hoils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Pire, Itosc or 12ry
hilit'ln.s. Tetter, Snlt ltlicuin,
Scalil Head, lUnijAvorni. and in
tenial Ulcerations oi'tlie Uterus,
Stomach, nnd Liver. It al-o inre
other conplalnt, to VThidi it would not
teem o'n't,ially'wUpti'il)fuchi Drop
f.v, DyMtepsin, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Dif-ease, lcmalu Wealc
ness, Deliillt.v, ami Lciieorrlifpn,
when they aro manifestations of tin
It h an exeellt'iit retoivr of health
and strcnstli in the Spring. Ilyrim v
inp; the apjictite and vigor df thf i:.-
tivc orirans it llssip..U tlm ilipi. i
nml li-tlc.i lanutioi ,f t!.- n i
Kvi :i when no ili-oriU'r apin-ar-.
f.'id liPtlor, anil live longer, fun -i..
the b!Kjd. 'Hie sjst'mi muv i.i .. ih
renewed vigor and a ne.f ictuo iab.
V II K I' A R '. 1 L Y
Dr. J. C. AYER h CO., Lowell, Mr.::.,
J'rfteff-n dint .tiuil:!luil Ch'iiiltts,
SOLD llV ALL DltfOllIflli 1.VI.UVVI1I.IU.
Every year increases the nontilarU
tyoftliH valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is duo to merit nlone. Wo
can nssttro our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high standard ;
and it is tho only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring Okay
on Faii:i Hair to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken.
Tho scalp, by its use, becomes wliito
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandrufl; and, bv its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. Uy its use, the hair
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
cxtromo old age. It is tho most eco
nomical Haiii Dm:ssiNo over used,
ns it requires fewer application",
find gives tho hair a Bplcndid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
State AssaycrofMassaclntscttH, say-',
"Tho constituents aro pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
nnd I consider it tho Bust Pkepa
ratiox for its intended purposes."
Sold Itl all Drtigghti, and DeaUrs in ilcdkinu,
Frloo Ono Dollar,
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our ltoncwer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo havo prepared this
dye, in one prejxiration ; which will
quickly and efl'cctually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Prico Fifty Cents.
Manufactured Ly R. P. HALL & CO,,
FOIt the siee.ly curt of Seinliml Wtakiiras,
Ioal Manhood and a II ilLnuli n; i,i-,h,i,i,i
on hv Imllsciellons or to-test, Any DnigKUt
Aililrwa, I)r. K, IUf1'OK A CO ,
l-ai-iUvr-ly Cincinnati, Ohio
Mm I TI L
1 111 - T1
JOBBERS j:.i. -i-Ji-'AIIiILSS OF
PATENT MEDICINKS, TOILET AltTICLES.
DKUGOISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIEK WHITE LEAD.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW OLAsS.
13RUSIIES, SOAPS COLORS, OILS
TURE COLORS, DVE STUFFS.
VARNI8I1E0, ETC., ETC,
'V7"l! nolirlt mrre'iw.mlt-nry and onlerii from VmxA if,, rhvle (an and f.- nerat Hlotva In vrun
of ihl in our line Meumoont, Pl.ttatlon lilk! l aii.il .Mulleinu tast-a lunilshiil ur xtr
llllfl nitti irllahle llmxs at rnuoiuthle mtif .
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, Q AJQ JRETAIL fi PRESCRIPTION
7-1 Ohio Luvco. I Waahlugto-Av.,Cor. 8th tt.
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EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS. .
This house contains 35 Rood rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
AVo havo vepleni.shert our Job Printing Odicc with
many fonts of now typo and Imvo orders out tor other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. "NVo aro determined
to establish tho reputation of our otlico for first-class
work, aud malco our prices so low that the most enthti
siastie patrons of foreign cities will be compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower pricos than any oUior of
tice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to givo satisfaction to our
subscribe: for the
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Ham J. ii
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