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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: .TUESDAY MORNIN(S, JANUARY 0, 1?80.
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'K. A. Burtett. Cairo. Dlinoii "
onlyMorninp Daily in Southern Illinois
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OFF101AL rAFKR OF ALEXANDER COTNTT.
TnE Hod. John II. Oberly, of tbe
Springfield Jicguter, t.s a candidate for
governor of Illinois this year, oald l.e
acceptable alike to the Democrats and lib
erty loving Republicans of :his great state.
Tope County Democrat.
Thkke is a rebellion, it sterns, in Tam
many Hall, and John K-ily f nds it very
difficult to maintain his supremacy. It is
said that if it were not for the expectation
which Kelly ha of getting some very gn at
favor? from the Republican logislr.tiirt the
Tammany organi: ation wo .Id g to pieces
in a very tljrt time. Conicl! and the
. Icgisii.iaiC are Kelly's on"y hopes )f main
taining his power.
T11F.KK are live judges of t l.e fc.ipieme
court of the Vuited States whose sands of
life arc rapidly r,.r.Ling out Clifford,
Sway ne t.rj'i Strong who are well on in the
seventies. Ihulley who Is sixty-eight. Hunt
who is a hopeless invalid. Ore of the most
important and responsible duties devolving
upon the next president will be tbe selec
tion of their successors, but possibly Justice
Hunt will be superseded by appointment of
Mr. Hayes. St. Louis RepUitan.
David Leavitt, who assisted so materi
ally in the completion of the Illinois i;nd
Michigan Canal in 1843-8. and who for
many yours was one of the trustees of the
canal for the bondholders, died at bis resi
dence in New York City on Tuesday last,
at the mature age af Sfi. The careful and
successful management of the canal under
liis trusteeship is a fair test of the old style
Kpiare dealing of the man. Vnncr that
management the camd was made to pay fur
itself, for all its original cost, the bonds,
aud the intercut on the bonds, and the
turning over of the canal to the State fiee
of every nort of incumbrance.
The keenest satire on a tariff for "protec
tion," and the claim that it benefits labor
ers, was that of Lady Morley, a British no
blewoman, who framed a petition to Parlia
ment, of the hens of Great Britian, to be
protected from the importation of French
eggs. The benefit of a protective tariff on
French eggs to thu heis was in exactly the
aftrac proportion that a protective tariff on
foreign manufactured goods is to the com
mon laborers at homy who produce them.
The owners of the hens might be benefitted,
and so might the capitalist who wucd t lie
manufactory, but not the hens, or the oper
atives. The whole theory of a tariff for
protection Is a humbug yea, worse than a
humUig. It is a cruel and criminal swin
dle upon the operative and the laborer, and
upon the consumer of the manufactured
Henatoh Teller, who claims to know
Bomcthing about Indians, is of the opinion
that the Indian policy of the present ad
ministration is so weak and vacillating as
to bo worthy only of contempt. The Pou
caa, who arc domestic and peace-loving h
lians, were dealt with so harshly ns to ex
cito Indignation throughout the entire coun
try, while the Utes, who are wuilike,
treacherous and cruel, arc treated so gently
as to inspire the warriors of that tribe with
contempt for the government. The trouble
with the Utes it seems had its origin way
tack in 1873. By a treaty at that time the
Utes ceded a portion of the San Juan vat-
hy to the government for f $0,000. Ouray,
the chief, was to Imve f 1,000 a year. Only
a small portion of this purchasi; money hns
been paid. Ouray, however, has received
hig pension regularly. The Ute naturally
became indignant at this want of good
faith on the part of the government, and the
chiefs became jealous of Ouray on account
df his good fortune, lie therefore lost the
influence which he ought to possess as head
of the tribe. The failure of the govern
ment to carry out faithfully the treaty of
16T3, Senator Teller thinks, is the origin of
the present Ute troubles. He looks for an
alliance between the Utes and the Sioux
and an Indian war iu the spring.
3JLAIN1-: IN OHIO.
Whether the defeat of Rlaine at Cincin
nati in 1870 was caused by the shutting off
of the gas, which was under the control of
his triends on the local committee, is not
near so important as the fact that if nomin
ated he would have been disastrously de
feated for election by the people. Nothing
could have been more certain than that
Ohio would, in that case, have cast its vote
Chicago Times. Und inet.
The striking butchers at the stock yards
are becoming desperate. In the town of
Lake there are special policemen who pro
tect the non-union workingnien. but north
of the corporation line the ''scabs," as they
are called, are not so well guarded. Yes
terday afternoon one of the non-unionists
was set upon inside the city limits by about
a thousand loafers and rurhans and rather
severely handled before he made his escape
across the municipal boundary. Not an
officer from the city was in sight during the
.listurbance, which lasted some minutes. It
is presumed that outrages of this character
will he of common occurrence hereafter
unless a strong; police, force is thrown Into
tf.e southwestern ward.
II.uiitl'ai. Costivesess, the cause of so
many troubles, Lowness of Spirits, Dizzi
ness of the Head, Loss of Memory, Indi
gestion, Flatulence, Leating of the Heart.
Nervousness, all these are cured by Giles'
Improved Mandrake Pills.
GRANT AND HAYES.
Referring to Gen. Grant's visit to Wash
ington City, the St. Louis Republican says:
1 he ex-president s lack ot afiection tor
Mr. Haves seems to extend to at least two
members of the cabinet, for, while visiting
lie departments, lie studiously avoided
hoce presided over bv Sherman and Schuiz.
He has never lorgiven Schurz for his mem
orable overhauling of the Grant policy in
Ohio, in 1S7C, mid as to Mr. Sherman,
probably he thinks he has no right to be a
prei-idemial candidate in opposition to him
self. Giles' Pju.s cures Gout. Sold by all
druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y. Trial size 2.i
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros.
GEN. GRANT'S CLAIMS.
Mary Clemmer'f view.
The claims of Ulysses Grant to be made
a third-term president of the United States,
are for more preposterous and fictitious.
The country has paid him, ten times over,
for all that he ever was or did as a soldier.
Had it not, his civil administration would
have annulled the last lingering fraction of
a debt. Are the crowds adoring "the great
soldier'' now' Not at all. They an: run
ning after the man who, for two years and
seven months, has made a public spectacle
of himself around the entire globe, for the
glutting of his own vanity, and for a politi
Who i Mrs. Wi-nslow? As this ques
tion is ireijuently asked, we will simjily sny
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
years has untiringly devottd her thru; and
talents as a female physician and nurse,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied the constitution and wants
of this numerous class,, and, as a result of
this effort, and practical knowledge, ohuin
ed in a lilt-time spent as nurse and physi
cian, she lias compounded a Southing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, tind is
moreover, fcure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article, Mrs. YVinslow is
becoming world-renowned as a benefactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up and
bless her; especially is this the case in this
city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are daily sold and used here. We think
Mrs. Winelow has immortalized her name
by this invaluable article, aud wo sincerely
believe thousands of children have -been
saved lrom an early grave by its timely
use, and that millions yet unborn will share
its benefits, and unite in calling her blessed.
No mother has discharged her duty to her
sufferinsr little one, in our opinion, until she
has given it the benefit ol Mrs. inslow s
Soothing Syrup. Try it, mothers try it
now. Earned' Visitor, -New lurk t;ity.
Sjld by all druggists. 2! cents a bottle.
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
One hundred years ago not a pound or a
cubic foot of illuminating gas was burned
in the country. No iron stoves were used
and no contrivances for economizing heat
were employed until Dr. Franklin invented
the iron framed fire place which ftill bears
his name. All the cooking and wanning in
town as well as in the country were done by
the aid ot uilro kindled on a brick heurtli
or in the brick ovens. Pine knots or ta'.low
candles furnished the light for the long win
ter nights, and Bunded floors supplied the
place ot rugs and carpets. Tlie water used
for household purposes was drawn from
deep wells by the creaking sweep. No
form of pump was used iu tins country, so
fur as we cuu learn, until after tho com
mencement of the present century. There
were no friction matches in those early days,
by the aid of whieh a fire could bo easily
kindled, and if tho lit n went out upon the
hearth over night, and the tinder was dump,
an thespnrk would not catch, the alternative
remained of wading through the snow a
mile or so to borrow a brand of a neightxir.
Only one room in any house wan warm, un
less 80Die member of the fumily was ill ; in
all the temperature wus at zero durinir
many nights in winter. The men and wo.
men of a hundred years airo uudressod and
went to their beds in a temperature colder
thin that of our barns and woodsheds, and
tiey never complained,
AND OTHERS SEEKING
3-1 3) A. L T 1:1 ,
Strength and Energy,
winiotT the m: ok nurus. auk he
lI XSTKHTOSKNl) FOR -THE KI.El'THIC
REVIEW," AN ll.I.l STH.VIEU .lol'K
N A L. WHICH IS I'l HI.ISHEt)
EOK FREE DISI'RIIILTIO.N.
TT TREATS upon HEALTH, HYMEN K. iiiul
X rtivical rmturt', and l n complute vueyelop'''
ilia of liilorniiitlon lor iuvultd and thic wbo oiilliM
from NrrMiiif. KxImiiHiiiii aud l'alnt'iil IliwaHm.
Every niltjeel tuut hear upon lu'nlth ami liiininn
haiplnfi, receive attention iu iu pa'i mill tln
many tiicitioni a-ked by hutiiilnjr nivnlld, wlui
ii'iveciipareo oi a cure, are aiinwered, iiml yumaim
litroriiiation in volunteered to all who are In need nl
Thenuliject of Electric licit versa Meiiiclue. ai.d
the uundred and one iiietiim (if vital luitiurtauee
loatiOerins humanity, are duly cuuidilcrcd and ex
And hi li-r who nutlcr from Nervim and pli-uiil
Debility, l.n! til Manly Ylnnr. IV 'mature Exhaus
tion and the many clnnjny roiiM'Cunee of early
inuifcreiiiiu, etc.. ure expcciauy ueuenieu liy con
culling it ciiuti'iit.
Tin "El. El "I RK" REYiEW expoe the nnmitl
tfKtud frauds practiced liy iiiiuck and medical ini
piit(im wbo profe to "practice medic ine," and
puint out the oiih.Hifi', -implc, and etl'cctlvu ruiid
to Health, Icor and lludily h tier. v.
scud your addr nil poatnl card fur a copy, and
intiirnifttliin worth tuoueuuda will he aeut you.
Addres. the publishers,
ri'LVERMACIIER GALVANIC CO..
Cur. Eighth I Vine Streets, Cineliiniiti. (
Coueh. Cold". Connumptioi). As
thma, Urunchlti. and nil other
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Uored by tlie Pre aud I'hji
clan. Taken by tliou-Hti'! urd
It ha uo Equal
Trill-fi'ltO l ilean'llfnl Colored Pic'
1MU lldlt - ,nrc verv itiiLkm-.
1K. E. C. ABHEY.lluSalo. N. Y
WOOD AXI COAL
(Jt W. WHKKLEIi,
Dealer In til kiti'. of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG 11UDDY COAL
WOOD AXI) COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, between VValiimrtoii and
QAIHO CITY FERUV CO.
lm and utter Monday, -lute the hut,; n.uk
tbe 'oilowius trip :
LEAVCa J.EAVE LEAVES
Foot Fourth t. M:o-.:ri Li.i.d'c Kei.tci ky Ld'g.
1 u. ri.
J p. Dl.
1 p. tn.
W a. m.
:l p. it.
lr:ii u. m.
i:W p. in.
'i:iUr a. m.
;::mi p. in.
Wherci.. on the. fourth day "f Noveu.l.er. A, )
IK. Emerald E. Oavia executed and d-iin i to
Henry Well, tne underii.eu. ior the ise ol ;;.e
Alexander County Bunk, his i-rtain jiron-.o!?
Mitt-of that date, for three thousand (Xlar j.t.
ble to the older of of said Henry Wii for the use
aforesaid, one year after the dale thereof, with in-ten-'t
at the rate of ten t r cent per llu'iiii from
the date of n.id tote, ai.d at the sn.c time hul
date executed, acknowledged at'l dei.v'red to said
Henry Weils. Ior the ue aforeaid. a certaiu sale
noitjage en loth numbered thinv-one Cili and
thiriy-two (Mi in block numbered twenty-four OMi
and lots numbered eveu i') and eicht (Si in block
numbered fifty-one ."1) in the n'y of Cairo, county
of Alexander and Statu of li.ii.ol.. to secure the
payment of said promissory note; which said sa.e
mortL'aL'e contain a power of sale authurixiic uid
Henry Well, in case of default in the oaymei.t of
said note or any part thereof, to sell saiu premises,
or any part thereof, and all ei iitv of redemption
therein at public vendue to the niftiest bidder for
cash, at the court house in airo uorcsaid, after
first '.'ivini: twenty davs notice of i ho time, place
and lerum o' raid ale. a will more fully ajiiic ar
bj reference to the record of said rimrtKace which
was recorded in the recorder's office in Cairoafore
s.ild on the nth day of Xoveinrcr. A. I). ls. in
book on pace :),
And. whereas, default hi, been uiie'.c In the pay
ment of aid note and every part it.' reol. and the
whole of nid note heinc. now due atei unpaid : now.
therefore, the undersigned will. or. Tuesday. th;
Pith day of January. A . R. lk0. at tue hour of two
(J i o'clock p. m ol said dav, at the westerly dour
of the court house, in Cairo aforesaid, sell the -hid
I remises and nil equity of redemption lln r-ii . ot
o much thereof a may be uc-c .-ary to pay o;t and
discharge the said note and the expenses ,,f said
isa'.e, to the highest bidder for ah In Valid, and
will make and execute to the pun haser or purchas
er, L'ood and surlSeient deed. r deed, for the
premise o soid. HENRY WEI.l.S. Murtd'nuee.
Cairo, IU.. Dec !). 1S7H.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
County id' Alexander, i circuit Court of Alex
ander county. February term, A. I). i.
vs. , Divorce. - InChatury.
Frank ljuii;ley. i
Attidavit ol tlie non resiueuce ol rruik IJ'ii.iey.
the defendant above named, havluubccn tl'.ed in the
ofllce of the clerk of said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice I hereby ulven to the said nor resi
dent defendant, that the complainant baa tiled ker
bill of complaint In said court on the chain erv side
thereof oihe '.Tin day of December. A. D.K'i.and
that a summons therenpou issued out of sa,.i court
iiL'aiust said defendant, returnable on the '.'in! Mon
day of February. A. D. 18SO, as 1 by law required.
.ow,tnereiore. unless yon, tne saio rrauu I'nu
ley, shall peraonally be and appear before the said
circuit court of Alexander enmity on the tlrt day
of the next term tbereol. to he hoiden at the court
houso in the city of Cairo, in said county, on the
seootid Monday of February. A. D. 1H-ii, anil t led.
answer or demur to the aid complainant's or
complHlut, the same, aud the matter aud thiuK
therein charped and stated, will he taken u- culi
fessed, aud a decree entered aj.'alut you according
to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Cierk,
Wn. E. Ukniiiw k. Comylatnaut's Solicitor.
December liT, A. D. IS?'.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
County of Alexander, i circuit mint of .v,
under County, February Term, A. D. IWH
Mtitnc ,1. Shea, 1
v. Divorce- Iu Chancery.
Richard Shea, t
Atlldavlt of the iion resideiico of Hlc'nard Mien,
the delendant above uamed. hu hit been lileil Iu the
olllco of the clerk of ald Circuit Court of .M. y.nn
delTountv. notice i herebv nlvcn to the saiil uon
resilient defendant, that the complainant has ;ileil
lier bill ol complaint iu said Court on tn,. chum cry
lde thereof on the Mh day of lleceniber, A. l. Is7ii,
mid that a sunimoiiH thereupon Issued out ot -nld
Court ai'iiiust uld deiendaut, returnable oh the aid
Monday ol February, A. D. ISmi, a t liy law re
quired, Now, therefor". Utiles you, the said Richard Sara
shall personally be and appear before the said ' ir
cult Court or Alexander county on thvlrat day of
the next term thereof, tn be hoblcn at tho Court
lloue In the City of Cairn, In ald roiinty, ou th
Aid Motiduy of February, A. D isso, and plead.
answer or demur to the airi roniplnliiiuit bill of
complaint, mr nme. uuu in matter and thlurs
therein charged and stated, will be taken a con.
fesed, and a decree entered ayalnst you acrorditiii
........ 1. 11. Ill , . . I, l, .....n. ..
in mr firi;ri ui nsiu nut, vii.i A. ilutlT n,
Hug. W. lINiiKieK, Clrk
Cairn, Due, Mil, A. D, IrTtf.
QI1ANCERY NOTR E.
K. 1.. Rikcriind .Tutlii E. Ei.kcr are hi :ebv lmI
dcil, that on thir.'.thilay ot Ijcccmtur. A. D. ih'.u,
I'barle C Holteu, w ho :n i , renivi r of the en-
Itit.. f,f llu. Snl'i.tir llit,nii I t'.. I. k.......,
tiled hi hill of foiecliii-iire in the circuit rojrt li
.ie.Minuc r conniy. niinoi. on tne rtmncery tii.e
theiecif. wliereln you, infether with I . '. Hrnwu,
.lame W. Kddy. Lincoln Duhoi. arid Fiblc: A.
Itidiile, arc defendant, aid that a:d utt t low
pi-inlin.'tii Hld court. That thereupon a nimilioi
wa l-Mied out of the clerk' oflleu of aid tour,
tn alil chuim'. reiurnalile on the nxur.il Monday ol
l eluiiary, A. I). lNi, to a term of aid court iVu
in h.- Iiolden at the conrt-houe ii, Cairo, it. said
co'.intvol Alexander and Htatcof Eliuoi.
Cairo. Deeemher v'li, 187!!. JOHN A REEVE,
Sa'H ki. P. WiiKtuii. Sol'rt'or CompVt. Cjerk.
Ferdinand K. Roler. Abide A. Rozicr Ld W.
J. Tracy, are hereby untitled that ou u.e .'.itn d-.vof
Deceiuber, A. I). Is. . Michael II. 1 beian who sues
a as-iiruco ia bankruptcy of the i-.ta-.e ot tne Cen
tral Savin;' Rank, tiled hi bill of lor.ilo.ure. on
the chancery side of the Alexander cotiny circuit
court, iu the slate of Eliuoi. wherein von are de
femlants. anil that said cause i tow 'pei:(!inj; iu
said court. 'I hat thereupon a summons wa iss.n d
out of the clerk'a ofllce ol said court i.,':nst yo.i.
returu.ibie ou tho second .Monday in February. A.
D. Ismi. to a term of said court then to be ho.u i. u
tliecourt house in Cairo. In aid coun'v.
Cairo. December .'!), is;ii Jomn' Resit.
isavi i.i. I'. WutKi.Kti, so.'t for Conijii't. . lerk.
STATE OKIEMNols. .
' County of Alexander, i Circuit C( -.r' oi A'e'i i
der county, February 1 nu, A. D i-H1
Martini l.ilcLri-t, i
Robert eiiklirn-t. I
Attlih.vitof the l,oii re'(!ci.ce of Uobc.-t i.:lu..-:
thedel.-ndiiiit above named. l.:iv:ii.- been l.ie.l in :fi
ollice of the Clerk of said C!r Court of Alc tr -
der COlinlv. lllilwe is ,er..nv .-iv. i. ... .1 .. ..".I
. , ....v. .... H lM.U - i( 11 1,
rt-ident (leleidant lhat the ei:.it!aiiiai,t lias tied
tier ui J I ci complaint In said Cu'irr ol tne CfiaLi -v
-die thereof ou the VTth i:..y of D. (en he.-, A. !i.
lT'l. Alii! Tll.it II .tiniliKir k fl,..,..n? r,. . ...I . . .'
aid Conn hj.Hir.-t 'aid dei.-niiai.t. r firMib.e ,.u
the Sud .Mnny of Fei rm.r.', A. D :t"i. i. i.y
.Now. there (ire. tin ess von. ti. .'.d r;,,' . i c.
Christ shall per(nillv 'be r.ntl ;.ppe,ir It .'ore -i,e
said Circuit Court ol Alt xanib-r ,..t.;y. . the I'm
(111 v ol tlie lit v: term Tliel.-of In I.,. h', .'..,
Court House iu tbe City of L.iiio. :l t:d co.iL'.y. ..'1:
he -Jad .Monday ol Febnurv A. I'. s". ant r.'c.i,.
answer or oenuir to the mid ror.-pVLant " bill 01
complaint, the sunir. and the inat:e: i.r.d in;i.
inereiii eiiur-eo anu stilted, w in 1 e i,.Kin ts m..
Icsed. and u decree enured c'fcil.' yrr. u rc.r
to the prayer of -aid Mil. u'.iHN A l;ti- i-
t.Eo. W. Hsnuuii h. , j
compl.Or.uM' S- c
Cairo. Dec. -.'Ttii. A . ). IK1'.
TATE til- II.EINtils. ,
' Alexander Coun'y. i '
In rue Circuit Court of At.ul' r co Ft . :
ai v Term. A. I). Iss'l.
J..U.V- H. Lee. 1
V. VP.'ll lor riii., re, .
Murv E. Lti'.
.Atlbia'.it of the liriti ii-V.ci.i-e , ; . ,- T.. '.
l.r above r.ani' d deiendni.t liavii.i.- i .-. r '(. :
i tllte oi the Clerk ol said Ciritit Ci-, c. A i,
d'-r cotisty. roiice is hereby i' . n to -In stio !:.
E. Lee tnu! the cuiiip.hiLt.M 11. ed l.:s I . 1 i t 1 1 .
plaint iu "aid Cottrt. on the CI mm .
on the -.''th day of Ikccmb. r :;". ,,i ii r.-kt :i
In i ti m I here : !toi: 1 r . ,' . .
af.'.II.s' said ilcb l.diil t. let ,ri i.i .e ,.r. tr
Mi'i.day ot February i.txt is.so. a. t v .a .-. ..I
Now. iiuR-s you the -aid Mr.rv E. 1' c :.!..!
oi.),i'y l.e n,d appear '.!' -re -i.'li'. c,,-i ui: (,:..
Alexander eo:;n:y. or. ti,.-r'.rst o-.y i -r.e ter;i-r
tir reuf. tn tie l,oi;.-r. in :. i :-v of i iio. in si.
(Oir.ty on the i or.it M.ti',v of . b: t.irv A
Isso. aiji' l..,.il. i.n.wer rr (., u. irto tr.e -a.d coi
pla::.ai.t bill of ( .hi. plaint, ti.c and ;, .,
te.-s i,:,d tl.in;-t!.i reii. e!ja!;' d Li, s'at'i: will .
taken u- ciii.fe-.eil. auo a cer tee tMend ava.!.
yo;i accurdinv; ti.e ..n.ver .f ii;d n.l'
' Jt.-RN A REEVE.
MfLhKt A I.I.KK. omp;i.i...t:' i ;v:-..r
Cairn. 1.1- . In r , ;. .
'HANt. ERV MoT!'.
Mate of Rlirois
A'ej.anii- r ( o o.ty
li r Co . ! ti,"
. in , '
Ruber' Walker t
In ' haii' ery :
AfKii-vRif -!:e ;..,:i :e.;,;i Lie . f :! r Wj. ,; r
Tbe (!eeio..l I i.l. ., ... ..ami U. .i;l; ! :!! i,
tLer ttlce oi'f.e i .'ik m:t c.tc.:(o..rt oi A.t Jiu.tr
Coui.ty. i.otn ets t.er.-i y ;-i .i n tu ti.e su.d nu. -1.-,..
dent oei. ei. an i 'l.at si.f con.j ta.tait has i,..-; ... .
Mil ol corr.p aim ;n si,.d ( o .r: on tl.eci.ati erv lie
"' i.t- '," If'h cay it ji.on.'.ir. A.J).' '.
and Hint a -'ii.n.on-:;iere,',n r. .:.,,,,, , ,)
o:;rt Ki-atn-t -aid o n r , kl-. :et,.i:.a ot -i.e
- ' ol d MoLuty .i Fe! r.ti.r.. . A . J i-i-'. w 1- i v ... ,i
Now. tb. r'for. r.f.'i yo-t. -l.e ,(! , . . :
Walter r.a,l persoi.aily 'e am appear i.vtorv
aic i 1ci;:i i.-.rt of A.eXal.ie .-1 ii,.i,tv i. .' t.'-t
day of 'he U'-xt teijii thereof, -i, i t.'o a it -r
Court Hoii-e in the Citv ol Cairo. 1 1, -a. i: Count v. m.
tl.e ei OI.U .V"I,(.l.y sf r i liar'...-'., ll, N'.'n ;
p. "ad. l.l.'.eror (b r. tr to '!.,- h.i; i otn; iL.nal -liill
of complaint, the uric, ant! tl.- n.a-feis i.r,,.
: E : lif" therein chart'' d and stuti n. v.ii; be tio-;ei. i.
conte'seri. and a dei ice n't n d aiai:..- yj . f c
M.jjtotlie pra'.er of said ' i I
.'K.IiN A. REEVE. ::.:-.
(i.VT. HENDltl' Kfi '.i n.p : ;, r
DlCttllbir: Mil. A. h.
ily vir'ue o! Iwj etecti'.ifii.s '.id o-..; -,f
i lerk'a otti' e oftc- roui.ty io,irt of A.exani.-r
lotmty. and Mao of I:'.. no, s. ami to ir.e. il ir-: (J
whereby I am commanded to make ti.- arr.c.i.t of
two ceiiain judremcnts muty o'l'aiin d afuiis'.
Jacob I, I.vi.'bi'j f'ior ol henry C. Johns, ti.e.
William C. Jot ns. and or.e in bwof of JuronT'a!" r
and William Anbury out of the lands, teiii.mei.rs
eoods and t.hi.tlel-of the said Jacoii u. Lyn't. I
have levied in the toilowir.L' described j'rop'-r'v.
to-wit: Lot nunbered 'free . :u icock
numbered iorty eifht '4M in the wtv
of Cairo, i ouiily ul Alexander and Sti.t'e
of Illinois TKi-retttr). aecorOii.i; 'o said 'en.
mat.d. 1-n.i l e.poe for sale at pnidic anetion.
he riL-I.t. title and ia'.eres'. of the above hatM-ii
Jacob . Lynch n, and to the u!.c,c mi:r:beii
property, a; U o'clock a. in., on Tue'dav. th" ' rd
day of Fei'ii.ary. l-o.nt tr.i' westerly e.K.r ei :n
court Lous. . in ('tiro, lii.i o s.
Duted a- ( alio. 11,1: o;s. ti.is :'f-b dav ofF't
I'.ary. il-M . ,'i us IR.'i . r.
SLejitl A. tht i er i i...i tv.
Sthf of Illtl.O1
ar.di r C'.r ,!
cu'y '.' r ii. I'M'
AiexMic.' r Oitntv i
our: to tic ,
Marv Jot Lson i
Lewi I. ,I(.ihr(.!i
Arlldi.V'.t ol to the t.cn ri s'.dei.di i, ,J,, t.
sod, til1' above named il-fer.daLt hi.v nj: been f..eil
in tl.e i ft'.i eof tne Ci' tk ol su:d Cir- ult '"our! (,f
Alixai.d'r County, notice ;s pcri-by tiven to 1 1 e
said I.' w Johnson, iielendan:. tl.i.t u,e couip.am
nnttl'id l.er bill tor a dhoree :n said ('our'., on u.e
Chan erv ide tbereol. on the ;'th nay of Aucns'
lKti. and ti.at a stiinmoli then upon iU' d out ul
aid i oiiri a'ainn said defi-Ldan: reKmnbie on 'h
.'nd Monday of Febr.iary, A. D, Isse, i.- !s by it
Now i nless you, the said Lew. F ,'dl.i son she,',
per-oni ly lie ai d appear Iciorc the hiJ c.remt
murti-i A.exiiiHlei'County, on the lis di.y of the
m xt teiiii ti.enof, to be hoidi n In Cmru. ni ti,
co ;rt lionse. In said county, on ti e se. end Mon
day of February. A. J. IhKi. and p'.iud. answer or
demur to the louiplaluant'i bill of cou pluint, ti."
same and the matter and ihlnp therein 'haa'"l
and stated, will be taken us confessed and a ilcii. '
entered atainst you. according to the prayer of sa.il
bill. Ml' I, KEY A LEAK.Coii.ji Sois,
Jt'EN A. REEVE, clerk.
Dab d this Hub dav of lire. IKS.
A WEEK in your own town, anu to
capital risked. You ran pive the
iiusine a trial without exoinse
The best opportunity ever otlered fms
Oios n wlllliin to work. You should
try IiolhlliB cisc till von sec for vonr.
self what you ran do at the business we offer No
room to explain here. You can deyote all your
time or only ynnr spare tim to ih bnsines. and
make jrreat ).ay lor every hour that vou work.
Women make a muth a men. Heud (or special
private lerm and particular, wait li we ruail true,
t'i oiilllt free. Don't complain of hard limn while
you have such K ''huiKv, Adivs II. 1JAI.LKTT A
CO.. I'm t i i.nd, Maine.
w CONSTITUTION WATER
THREE TIM KM A UAV.
Ct'RRS RRIUHT'H DIHRASE, INFLAMMATION
OF TUB K1I.NBYH, KTONh1 IN Ttll ; W.AI).
,,PJUiLA.I!.AKK" ".-".-'UK MLADDKR, flEKICI',
I'lAMRTKH. OKAVKL, KRICK Dl'HT DKI'OHIT
CU1LDUOOJ) W'EAKNKMH '
, Vor reuiU CodiiUIuU a peclaJlty.
For rale by all DronKlH Scud for circular.
MOUOAN A ALLEN. 6 JU a, N. T.
it. two. di a rninr"nnci 9io.n.m
$2. 35. VV Jr. X vIIJjjO. t.$s,
For Christmas Presents,
Direct from the Mi.Lalkt.rir ut Wholibt.lt I'lite.
MANFRED DEIJUONT & CO.,
MONTHEAI.,ai4 St. Lawronec St.
t. !u.y ti, m:,.n:i:c mar. ..fact ur.rs too. We n,e iuhtutHtl.rii.ca. i. M 1 l 1 A i! J if aevie at chi
I'te kiyife n;(ihat:m -u a v.ao h . m.! of the
T:-u."V " 'UM;il ! ti.l o i..iin.v perxiM. tne m u,d their watchf theu.Vh
voi.Ld ly t. reii;g a nurled anon, pltc.,1 oi tl.e Lai.ole or bow u.Hcd ol bv the or, na'rv mean,, n.
hnno l.e .et it tbe fame 'Any, 't the nd.Mion oi prom. a nuail , ,,..,- tUlt tR. V.i (ifTlu' ,' '
TheaUM.i.t.ipi., heK',nipiovein.fl.,'C(;l,v;,,N.tliei,,v1.,,. tArrr.e e i be o,n, it n v, i.e :
i, adeh.r :,k'n and ,!n-t ticbt, .re.erv,tt n.u. U n.l.eer .he r.idity cl the oil aid e , ly p 'e',
the -L'c l.ctrticu tie lkich-'j cliiililitol ttcwi.uti 1 ' vWM,'UM.
We fi-v.a.j-a jidm free and Only )i,;iil, p.t the fwllowiiiir lu-iccK'-
sTR' NU NlCKfl. n.c.niv., . u:0. t.t, face. :-...; ,, 4 toie. very Liit
(.!..c i'oi v,i 1a11.cn, '. tool bd). e'e . $ "'J
'vU t:-cT,;0 : "AT" " ' o-t; 1; (su M'(-L.!,
Vi'Ul V J :.VEK Uie, , L , c UlL, j, ., ,, r t -,,.,,.,.,. K:fcM..l:l.k M.M;f.
;i . 1 t ii t ol- (.... (J 0
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..'t:,:M!Mt,"t,u.,, ::(! -.-t. .01 tL. i.tt .;.Ver v.Ht mule 10.""
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tt!'. i r... tn' ct.fran d ( : 11.. 1, .....:i.d . ,
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r- ' '
to .t'l . : ..(,:.'. HiWif ( t eV. 1.1 t 0:
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--rj-.t-tiv nii:t:n:iiii:liitii;.w 71 . a-t. r't?a..v o.-0 ly wa;lfr
1 ..-MJ-.-ot 8r.r
All the u- Wtt'.! it In tv.'u.)-r s i r Li.Y.- i.t the knie irices.
Mc'Of-grfcBiK A:v.i tr Cu-st. wiil he ecirrtve.l en :!...- i:.(.ftv ,1 t.c. ct.j -6ttie8 w:t
o;.t vJuitxtu'. c.'tt.
E vry Ai.tr;, ,4 Ur .1 r lir rr, c ;. -t t :.t..v r n.n.d.a:.- nee at.! .eu.-iv v..i
.l u Me Men co (a.- ue Mr. .. fctc .r. t -!. ct .-. c ... 1:.. i.- at.d (or .dut:..-.. workn ai.ru
. arn.fe. t r.t.Lk- 1; tt;( y !.:-. f-r.i l t.. t p-i ., 10 .Lure.- . . ... ft. ,, , ., '.
a'.a:.:.,r.,riV... l. t" -'. ir.e A., fo.o t 1. .1 e . ,., ku ,,rM u ,1
te tte (b(. ure ttt ?.t.'l..fcr ...ir. . . hi
ieixt. r. .(.. r .t .t:y 1 art of :i- a.-ii . ii 1 . t 1.1 . a'e to forward :t.-ir I ot ( ft . . 01 RkLk. 1
(,:;;. r-o ....rXw.-iu i n.ri. l U-v a i.y : j p. r. : .;. 1 -.. h-,i, ,.!,;,,,,! ... u.,.m wJ,,'tl
I to- 1-..I.V the -(. .-n.v n.t ..( - -l.t. 1 it,vii'Uir! or -re w..fy r.:ii.,,j Mot";
m.y te.f. ettn r .t R.'.l 1 of 1 .- ty J : v!l i- il t i i ..'(. r, A c......i.f. ,,i , p t v . . re . ,oVd t
J n ti 'l. .-. ir
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at,L..- 'li- .vci.u!t'.lt :t, tr-t.- t, ,. -.
((...tC 'L ll flo (! p .1
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'j .oi.. - M u i,lt A o
A(khr: mam-j:i:d ijklmont .V Co.
1! v lt'l',', movtrkal, V.i,
1 vlrih; '.mm:.
k 1 t
Addjos 1-100 Cholcan
v 1 1
W IH-vj'jv to call Y(;i:r ;t"i.:iMi to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYJil)EI VALVE,"
which :.o', . i vu;o u;rj i. ik.
WAlVi'lC'I i'S I 'ATJSNT JCAI'Ji OR
M MOKE (lYMNDKIi
1 call the utlMititui (,f proprieRiri. f.f Hh nni Kiine,, to the UM, f' thi Vulve ).y wliiih
agreul Hiiving of fuel in e!!,,'tt,.,l. Thn Vftlvc hruK eow, thr .ul...iH.sion f nteani ami
open when rxluuHtinr,, tl, engine Ih not liable to Ket out of llmi, an no water in allowed to
accumulate in the eylimlor-the Valve opening orNhuttinrr nttomatmiJly at each otrokc.
TLe cylinder in kept dry when the engine in not working, its tho Valves are then kept
oprnhyakpiralHprii.fr. The Valve will pay itn price in the having of fuel iu a' very
nhtirt timn, and will lunt over ten year.
HTHtate ud County lliglfor Hale. AH,y ),j icUcl. tr i ,1(,rHon Bt on fatalpbft
rn 'U iiroveliient it watch work, it
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ft 'i c i:.;in U..M n.vt.tU
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i.. it . . ..I . Vofoa.ec M-t, urLl(l.
it -.,.... ;-L.U(.r laid t ti utmi, ,::.
' - -e f't. ti.LC. Kt.kii;
tLe n.-:.-).. cottr. of -t. year. tLt day ol
f. i.r. : ..ly ttUL.i.d. 1L .pb tdidde- orated
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Avfinio. St. I.ouis.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.