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THE CAIRO BULHiIETIIfcT, arjJSrjjJJEtir 6.
Comer Mtflilli Street mill Olsln Iictee,
Olcr Viae , P. ,J,o. ,ry lrc. inform, Iho peoplo
most thorough manlier the
i'f J. O, llngwell, ni'kintt II one of the most rom
I'li'le In the Writ. He ! now prcpired lo do all
aimiaoi work In his line, from the FMALLEST
niAATURK TO l.m:.UK I'OltTKA.Trf. lie
makes the new
mi in. most approved li. The bc.i kind of
p.cture. taken In cloudy! weather. Children
pictures taken In three, lo four seconds. Old lc-
lures copied and enlarged. Com tine, corneal!
ami see mi specimens. lccll(
NSW3 OF THE CITT.
Xkw Goods ut Dollar Store.
I'l.ATKD Ware at Dollar Hloru.
Hkht lMiitod.Iovvolry at Dollar .Store,
l i.ouif Choieu Family Flour in bbb
hnlf bbls., nicks, Ac, for sain Ht the Kgyp-
linn .Mills. nu
t ITV fccitll son Salk. lii amounts to
uit purchasers, ntcnsh Drluont
dlw m'v XATIONA I. BANK.
Ir you want ii go.., stylih nnd well
fitting suit of clothes, made to order, vou
nm.tgi. to I'. Neir, No. 7!t Ohio I.eveo.
rn fashlonablo boott nnd shoes, made
In tho lst style, nnd of the belt mntcrlnl,
go to tho shop of Win, Khlers, on Twen-
tietU street, near tho comt houie. tf
William Kiu.r.nt., fashionable boot and
i-Iioe maker, ha u splendid stock of French
calf, moroccot and other leathers, nnd is
prepared to till orders for "custom-made '
'"01 nnd shot's, with quick dispatch and
in mo most satisfactory manner. tf
1'irM Nalinnil lUnk of Cairo.
I-C. ll. !"(.
Tho annual meeting fur the election of
live Dirw-turs III bo held Bt this Hank,
lucsaay, Jan. JOth, 1871, botwoen tho
hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p.m.
, , 0. HlKiHES,
hi.rj.Tiox AoTiUK-Notire ii hereby
givo that there will b a meeting of tho
MockhoMers of the City National Hank on
Ittcsilay, January 10th, 1671. for thu pur-
i""' ' uiuiiuig seven wirectors to serve
luring the ensuing year.
.lrUMtd A. It". HAKKOKD, dish.
at .Sr. Ciur.r.r.i IIotkl.
ft tlrst.cln.ts rbamburrnnld.
laundry and dining room girl. To each of
the nbove, steady emplovinent will Iwj
given, and liberal wages paid.
JKWKTT WILCOX A- Co,
tf I'rop. St. Charles Hotel.
r.TA v. A cow, red aides, with whito
strips' on her hips . white tri on fore.
head; half white tull; between eight and
nine years old; dry: lored in loth horns
for hollow horn. Taken up by subcller.
Owner rcpilre.1 t" prove property nnd pay
Cairo, Jan. 2,
Taiikii IttioTllRKS, e3 Ohio Levei;, will
hereafter kwp constantly on band, direct
from tlm Kastern manufacturers thu very
best winter stralnod purlflcil sperm oil, for
sowing machines, and nil flue und light
machinery. I hit oil has never vet been
superceded by nny of the manufactured
oils, ns it never gumt or is nllecte.1 bv tho
k desire to remind tho reader that
Iresh llnttlnioru oysters Hint nil kind of
gmnu in season, nro served nlght or day
nny stylo desired, nt Iii! llurlxTt's
l'nrtics desiring oysters by tho c-.m or
case, can bo supplied at the ruling rate, ut
the sumo place. tf.
Fkkaii meats, served in tho iieutest nnd
most cleanly iiutiuor, cuu ul Wisyt bo foun
In ubundaiicu for thu trade, nl tho Central
Meat market of Fred Koehlur A Co., on
Washington nveniie, is few doors liulow
Tenth. Konu but thu tlncst cattle, sheep,
und hogs urcslaugliterctl, iind,conseiuvut
ly everybody who patronizes tho Central
Meat market cuu rcit suti.lled that hour
sho will lo supplied with tho LoU moats to
be found In Cairo.
Customers' Imskats dollverel in any part
of tlm city.
fir3"Fresh snusago every morning, tf
I IIAVK this day sold my livery stable,
with nil tho appurtenances thorcof, Ui Mr.
O. (ireenlee, for whom I bespeak n contin
uance of thu patronngu heretofore ex
tended to mo. To my many patrons I ro
turn my thanks for tho support glvuti mo
during tho timo I was in business, und us-i-uro
them they will tiud in Mr. (ireenlco n
gentleman entitled to liberal patronagu
from tho public. I shall remain sovoral
weeks at tho old stand to close up my busi
ness. MILKS I'ARKKlt.
Cairo, dun. 4, 187.
Tiu: meat market of (Uyer & Co., ;tt tho
corner of Washington nvei.no and Tenth
street, is ono of "institutions' of thu city.
It is not only nbundantly suppled with
tho best of pork, bucf, vwil, mutton lnmb,
sausage, etc., but It presents an nit of
cleanliness und ordor that is rarely M-on It,
establishment of llko character.
(Inyer & Co. have hud many years ex
pcrlcnco ns butchers, nnd liavo long ago
learned that it pays best to keep flno meats
unci command Hrst-class custom. For
choico nieaU, thoroforo, cut in a neat ud
skillful manner, go to "Tho l'oople'a.Ment
Markot," presided over by Gayer ite Co
"IX THE HON IIS."
Mar rings) f Mr. lanrte Hurtion nnd
Atra. Carrie NageTlie Chtiroli of (lie
llexlteiner Ilia Ncene of the Ceremony
Elite, lleHuty tintf I'na.lou of the
Vosfn.il.t nfn,nnnri tlm C-!.. -
, lZ . rM. t T
nm c1"i''t"cct of Mr Isaac Hudson,
una Jirt. t,arrio huge, attornMcd at the
Church of tho Kclcetner to wllncst tlioir
Tho beauty and the faihloD, the wealth
and the worth of tho city were present.
Tho clegnntly-dresscd ladles. LrlEht-ovod
nnd cngor j tho gentlemen, moro tober in
attire, but none tho leit curloui for tho ar
rival of tho hero and hcrolno of tho occa
sion, as tho unconscious turning of their
headi toward tho door wltncstcl, made tip
an interesting sight to tho looker-on.
named for tho coremony win three o'clock,
but to the waiting nnd expectant audlonca
Itnppenrcd long iftor that timo beforolt
began. Tho church It still wonting the
cvorgreon decorations prepared for tho
Chriitmai festival of thu .Sunday school,
and mere was nbuudant food for eyo nnd
mind till expectation km rewurdud by
tho arrival of thu bridal parlv, consisting
(if Mr. Iludion iiml Jin, Warilnor. Dr.
Yt iirtlncr rind .Mrs. .Sago.
pale, hur.dtoinu and self-po.ttcsiod, wore n
trnvellifig tult of Irish l'.iplln, of the
color known ns "Moon on thu L-ake," short
lower skirl, long uppor '.no, tho trim
ming consisting of bias band of velvet.
thu sumunlitidc hi thu dress, with hat nnd
all tho minor artitlci to correspond.
wore the regulation Muck broadcloth
and looked ai hnppy n thu groom it gen-,
rally preitnn"l to bu on thU ritisplclou
v. as performed by thu He v. .Mr. Coan, in
accordance with tho beautiful nnd impres
sive service prescribed by th Kpisropnl
Dr. Wardm.rgavo away tho bride. At
the concluilon of tho ceremony, the "twain
madoone' received the congratulations of
their many friends, and then, accompan
ied by a select party, took carriages for tho
steamer Arlington, on which thu v left for
.Memphis to enjoy their honeymoon.
1 ho hearty good wishes uf ull who know
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson follow them.
In the relation which Mrs. Hudson boru
to tho community, sho performed herduty,
faithfully, efllciently, i,nd untiringly, and
will bs much regretted Iv those v. ho know
and appreciate her worth.
HATCH CTS AM) RAZOItS.
One .Tecrs Woisisiltil with tt llalrliat.
aisd III AeaalUsit Dleensbowele.l with
Wm. Carter, n colored (1 reman on tho
Mary A lire, n nuurrelsnme, bad nlgcr,
and Wm. .'pencor, it colored tlretnan on
the Great ltepublie, became involved In a
dltllcillty Wiatnetuajr aftorno.m. Cur
ter struck .Spencer n vlnlunt blow with a
hatchet, Indicting an ugly wound on the
back of hl nrck At night, about half
past nine cluck, they met again in Moe
Maion t barber shop on Fourth street
when the dllllculty was renewed, Spencer
attacking Carter with a ranor. Ho In-
llictek thro wounds upon Cartor .no on
the shouldtr, one on the back, and ono
across tho abdomen, Tho surgeons think
the wounded man may survive his Inju
ries, although they ro of a most serious
character. Tho wound across the abdo
men Is frightful exposes tho ntrnllt,
which, however, were not wounded. Across
thu back the raxor made a gash nut ns wide
at a church door or ns deep as n well, but
both wldo and deep. If Carter, recover
ing, shall profit by this experience, this
community will owo no grudge to tho ra
zor of Spencer, who ha left for parti un
Not Tnuit. The Chicago 7'iWs states
that the cjunty court of Alexander county
has revoked thu subscription of thucounty
to thu capital stock of thu C. & V. K. It.
This statement is incorrect untrue,
Thu court have only declared that the
contract that tho county will sell thu $100,
000 of stock, to bo obtained by it for its
f 100,(100 bonds, for $5,000 Is null and void
that it will hold thu stock If It cunnot
sell it nt Its current market value. Only
this und nothing more.
Attkstion Sin IvNifiins! A special
conclave of Cairocommandory Ko. 13, will
lo held nttho Atrium, In tho city of Cairo,
this (Friday,) evening, .Inn. Cth, 1871, nt 7
o'clock, for work in thu K. T. degree
Sojourning Sir Knights nro courteously
It .IAS S. KF.AHDK.V, Herder.
MAHniBii. On Thursday, p.m. .Inn.r.th,
1871, nt the Church of tho ltcdecmcrin this
city, by the Huv. KdwiuConii, A. M., itec
tor, Col. Isano lleusley Hudson and Mrs.
CarrluS. Sage. Xo cards.
Niiwiikkk in tho city can you aecuro a
better lilting, tlnur or bolter mndu pair of
boots than at thu shop of Wm. Khlors. on
Twentieth street, near tho court house, tf
Gas Stock fok Sale f 10,000 gas stock
for sale Enqulro at
tf CITY NATIONAL HANK
A LAHO.K stock of furnishing goods of all
kinds always on hand at P. Nell's, No. 70
Ohio Levee. decOtf
County Okukiis Wasted Cush paid
or county orders, at
dlw KNTKHPWSE SAVING'S HANK.
Fou pistols nud cartridges und bowiu
knive, go direct to P, NeiTs, No. 70 Ohio
Alexandre Gloves nt Dallnr Store.
t'sitn (.'uses at Dollar Stern.
Hvs Olai'cs a: Dollar Store.
.Sekii Microscopes lit Dollar Btoro.
Lv.vt'ii'u A nnitKfs. County Clerk,
Lynch, monopolizing all our spaco this
morning, nddrcssos tho public In u very In
Insta .latio.v. Tho ofilccra oloct of
Alexander Lodge No. 224, I. O. (). K
wera iuitallod latt night, as follow! :
C. H. "Woodward, N. O.j
0. K. Slack, V.G.;
.1. H.Oberly, Secretary;
C. M. Osterlob, Treasurer,
On Thursday ovcnlng, 18th Inst., thera
will bo a social re-union of tho lodge, to
which tho friends of tho members will bo
i 1 1 - -
Accideht, A scaffolding on which
thrco workmon woro engaged at the Jlos
Factory, foil to tho ground with u crash
and sovoroly injured ono of tho workmon,
whoio name wo could not learn a stranger
in thu city. His injuries, however, woro
not fatal, Mr. Currull tho forcmnn,whu was
on tho scaffolding ut timo wus sovcrolv
bruised, but is again at his pott. Tho other
workman was only slightly lujurod.
A Little Gikl'b Little Lettkh.
Xannlo Olmitoud, thu little 5-ycnr-old
daughter of Georgu Olmstoad writes to
to her father in these quaint terns:
!i Pi 117"
Dear Fit 1 want to see you so doto bob
und so dosu ma vurry bad graiinm was
down and i went up with bur too. gentile
was down nnd wont to dlresburg the other
day and took mark with her too mid frank
did not go with her nether alio went by
herself, and did not like to go by herself
Mother, nether did ma nnd grnrilma liko
her to. Wo nro ull very well bi t ma, nnd
sho it not vcrry and I ntnt very w ill nether
Si'LKvini) Fiiksh Meat. .Int. Kynss-
ton, cornur cf Nineteenth and Poplar
streets, hat on hand nnd It slaughtering for
the trade, some of tho llnutt beeves over
brought to Cairn. For tho holidays he
has purchased five head of cattle tint can
not be surpassed, one of them a four year
old, weighing ono thousand eight hundred
Citizens of tho Fourth ward and of tho
city generally who want extra lino freih
meats for the holidays sbould not fail to
call on Kvnastnn. IIu can supply beef,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, und sausago In
any quantity desired and on satisfactory
term fie card in another column, t
How Tiir.v Did it Turk, A third of n
century ago, buys in England while serving
their trade, did not havu tho "Jolly times"
now onjiycd by apprentices In America.
Hero tho apprentices own their masters;
but, there, then, It was on tho contrary,
quite tho roversu Wo havo seen tho In
dentures of Mr. John McEwen, the skill
ful plasterer of this city, made In Kng-
land thirty years no. Tun indcnturct
bind ltl tit "his mastur ulthfullv to serve,
his secrets to keop, hi lawful commands
everywhere glndlv to do. He shall do no
damage to his matter or no to bu dooo of
other. IIu shall net commit fornication,
cor contract matrimony within thu said
torn); shall not play at cards or dice tables;
shall not haunt taverns or play houses, cor
absent himself from hit matter's servico day
or night.' Tho term of service wus town
years, nnd the wages two shillings nnd
sit panco wookly, ho boarding and cloth
lug himself. Tho incrcaso was a shilling
a year. How would a free born Ameri
can nppNntlco like to enter Into such a
rontruC, for such u txiriod? Danish the
thought. Hut the effect of the discipline is
seen In tho excellent workmanship of Mc
Ewen, who Is hurdto boat.
iiKHEroiiE! Our neighbor of the
.S'uis it nothing if not independent. He
gurdlvss of consequences he speaks right
out In meeting, and often attacks his own
jiartv, denouncing It short-comings; but
thlt fact does not explain tho other fact
that, seemingly without cause, ho has at
tacked, '.indirect but severely, a mem
ber tf his own pnrtv of this city. In tho
.S'uu of the 4th Inst., wu find tho asiortiou
made, that tho llepubllcan majority of thu
legislature nroprouo to select the meanest
men for ofllcers of that body. "Wo aro
'sorry t say," sayt thu 6'n, "that worth
and merit enter but littlu Into inch a
strife. The most impudent one aro usu
ally the most lucccisful.' This, In tho
light of tho fact that Mr. S. R, Hay, of
this city, has been solccted ns thlid assist
ant clerk of tho leglsluturo is peculiar lun
gurgu. Mr. liny is, in our opinion, a mod
est man. Tho editor of the.S'im i vim enn-
not go bofuro him lit modesty. And is ho
not worthy! Wo know tlmt tl o editor
should havo boon preferred thu. It is a
shame, after nil tho work hu hut dono for
his party, to allow him to wander inangor-
less und feed on musty husks when tlicro
is in sight "gilt edgu official outs; but,
nevertheless, wu cannot admit that Hay la
an impudent man, or that hu is unworthy.
It Is Jutt possible hu might bu belter than
ho is; but, then, might ho not bo worse?
Wherefore, it must bo apparent to every
ono, that, although thu Sun mull was not
allowed to smoll of tho llesh pots ut Spring
Held, his Indirect nttack upon tho modesty
of Hay cannot bo Justified. If wo bad
timo and space, wo huvu no doubt wo could
demonstrate this (to us) self-evident prop
A Maunivicknt Residence vou Sale
on Hen t. I itetiru either to sell or rent
my residence, situated on tho corner of
llolbrook nvcnuo and twenty-fourth streot
It contains nlno largo und comfortable
rooms und n well ventilated cellar, out
houses all complete, embracing n llnu two
story barn. Tho ground contains eight
lots, ono and a half fcot above grade, nifuly
fonced, containing a largo quantity and
virletv of fruit tree vines nnd shrubs
of tho choicest selection. Tho place will
bo rented or sold on rcasonablo tornn.
Apply to JOEL O. MORGAN
Doc. 24 d2w.
A number of high-toned infringes nro
on tho tapis.
Professor Wilson will dellvor a freo
lecturo at tho Athemcum, on tho l'Jth
Two young men aro in tho city seek
Ing information concerning the loss of .ho
steamer Nick Wall.
Have- the Good Templars "gono up,"
taken to a wood-betwlnod spout, or a spout
of any kind ?
Tho invitation to attend tho sociable
at Iter. Edwin Conn's residence on last
Monday night, was extended to the mem
bors of his congregation and thoir friendi
It was not confined lo mombors and pen
holders. Ono of tho officers of tho county hav
Ing ordered blanks from Culver, Pago &
Hoyne, a bill for $08 CO was prcentcd to
tlio county court, and was reduced fifty
. . n. f. .1 . ...
I'uiiu. xnis, enows a comincnuaule eco
nomical disposition In our cof nty court
What moans tho dearth of "hops" this
scaton 7 JIavo not tho "boys" tho whore
wltual to respond, or aro their
spirit "sad and drooping;" or havo
the angels, without whom a dance would
becomo a 'stng," read Uro. Moody on
round and square attltudlnlzs, or what?
Closing Out Sale.
Twcnly-fivu thousand dollars worth of
rcady-mndo clothing, bnts, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcses aro offered for
talc by P. Null, 7'J, Ohio Lovcc, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, it being his In
tontlon to cloio out in that llnu nnd em
bark exclusively and more oxtenilvcly in
thu furnishing goods and merchant tailor
Thisclnslngout Halo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheapur thnn
ver before offered In this market.
dec lot f
Arllncton, ColumLur, ArinJ, I's.lumli,
.'ioi.w..-. u., mmnrr.-Hranil Tower.
hmllie I.a IUrg, .V. 0,
The weathercontlnues warm and cloudy,
and steamboat men aro counting largely on
tho Mln!tippl opening to St. Louii in
a few days. If the cold weather reported
Irom Pittsburg dees not come this way,
wu would not bo surprised to seo tho
gorges break looso below St. Louis, us the
weather ut that port is also mild ss well
us here. Still, ll is almoat too early In the
season for such n result.
Tho rlvur hero has fallen an Inch since
Tho Mittitilppi it stationary at St
Louis, with four feet In tho channel out to
Our latest newt from tho Ohio showi no
prospects fur a speedy opening of navlga
Hon above Cincinnati. The river it gorged
between Pittsburg and Wheeling, and
steamboat man aro making up their minds
to wait h long time for a thaw. Tho
present mild weather hero however may
extend far enough to do them soniu good.
There Is a gorgo reported at Madbon, nnd
tho boats have ceased running between
Louitvillc, nnd Cincinnati, while tho river
is so low, every whore, that packets above
and below this falls can do but little but!
neii. Our Cairo nnd Evantvillo Packets
bavo again laid up, but wo hope it will
only bo for a very f.iw days.
Coal hat becomo to scarce and high from
Evantvillo to New Orloant as to material! v
Interfere- with the profits of steamers, and
tho utmost unlvorsal uso of coal during
the past few years bat nearly put an end
to wood chopping nlong the rivers, o tlmt
fuel is exceedingly hard to obtain, or ulse
very high in price. Tho agents of Pittsburg
coul at New Orleans bavo notified steam
boats that tho supply on hand Is only suf
ficient for city consumption, und that nono
can bu sold to steamers.
Dullness hero it curtailed somu what
by the ubienco of the Evantvillo Packets,
but the receipts for I. 0. R. R. from St.
Louis and other points nru immense.
Tho Commonwealth and Kmlllu La
Hargo were expected to clear for New
Orleans during thonlght with all thu freight
they wantod. Their cargoes woro nearly
entirely received by mil.
The Tyrono brought 7 tons machinery,
and sundries for Cairo. 20 sheet iron
2,1 sks beans for reshlpmont to St. Louli,
14 ciHint poultry, fit bundleschairm, 8 hhdi
tobacco, 20 bblt whisky for roslilpiuunt
south; sho also had u splendid pustcngor
All 1 1 1 .-. tumla will.'!, luivn L.fi l,..r C.,r I
AlllllO IMintt MI1ILII lmc It'll liuro lor
Cincinnati tiui'o tho loo couimoncitl rutin
int; Iihvo laid ui ut Kviinsvillo uxrnit tlio
Sain. .1. Hnlf. Tho McuoiiKor anil IJulok
step aro laid up In tlio mouth of Croon
Hivur. Very huavy Ico Is roportod at
Kvantvillo, covorln; the whole surfuiu of
Tho Armada brouifht ilDO ouintv flour
barrels, 8 sks whoat for Cairo, 207 bundlos
handloaforroiihlpmantto.StliOuliby mil, ,
P.I VrCDINl? I HTiniM
ItaSl WlatllltU MW a an(
Aii Eli'truiillv urrnareil uml
uliiitl)lt article fur tuo toilet of
LaUlea aim UuutliMiiru. Hill
euro Cliu)iietl llautl,ttou(;Hiies)i
ir ino kkiiii tuuppeu i,ip ana
Cliuft d Hiirfaios.
TRY OXK 1I0TTLE.
l'rt parwd I'J
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Time Table.
On and after I2;v,f p,nli( sunjfty Do0i
lib, the following UK tabo wm g0vorn
tho arrival and departure of pnlaongCr
trains at Cairo:
Mall train leaves at 3:40 u.i..
Express, ' " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Expreast
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at. ..12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express, arrives 12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
nrrives AM p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis at
10:30 a.m. Trndors can leave Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis nt 7:25 a.m., remain
n tho city thrco hours, and return to
Cairo nt 4:4", p.m., tho tamo day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation nnd Cnironnd
St. Louis express lenvo daily; nil others
lrnvu dally except Sundays.
Way pas'otigcr.1 should bear In mind that
thu 3:30 p.m., train mnkes only four stop
pings between Cairo nud Ccntrnlln, vU:
Joncsboro, Carbondalu, Du O,uoln and
Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m., train stops at all
tho stations along tho route.
docStf Agent., Cairo.
CoiiNcrvatory of JIuhIc
ON A NEW PLAN.
PUI'ILH wilt Lk rrci-Uoil hrllif. month. I,i!!b.
nliix itn HioNrst Mn!ar In Jnu'j, lrjl. Tlm
prpsrnt term will clnso the first of Fr firu.irjr, and
Lupilawho liat.i iwnl lhlr tuition will continue
uii'lcr the ot.l plan until that lime ; new pupils will
wty lijr the month.
TERMS)-fsajraaesst ita Advances
)an Lessons. One Calendar Month ....SI On
I'lann ' " " 3 3
Voral ' ". " ... nisi
riultar " " " 3 oo
1'iano aad Vocal, ' 4 w
All music U ..ns will bo slrrn by Profs. sor
lltikls'lMI. I..C. lll.AfMlKf,!., Mrrctor.
i-'Jlto, Ills., Januarr It", D.-ant'Wt
I'lllI.I.II'lK topcirulljr an
limine ONE GRIND CONCERT
TiicHiltsy F.vvnhiK, Jnmmry 10,
Assist.' t ljr th rl!OHlDK.rttta t
Mr. J. LEVY,
The Ori'alcat luinsl flayrr lis thr
rr. .Tules X). T-Inslor
Thr Kiiilnf ut Ballooc.
yir. Kdwarcl llollniu
Til Dl'tlnsulshrJ Pianist anil Coinuosrr.
C.uJt of ailmlsslon, Willi roupon atuchwl tt.
rurlnxin raoli rrtrrvci sral, to l ha 1 at I),
iiaiunina auciinn sioro on ana antr rnuay
Jitmury tlh, ami at the Hall on tho emning ol
olicruncort. I'rrformao.'s's lo conimrnr at a
PUBIFIXR OF THB BLOOD,
U tkihtt lleuukotJ Thu anJ Ft
mcttr ef Jltatth n tr si.v: rrJ. It ii
a fmtntixt and turt urt cr J)yi
V;.i, nJigrititH anJ all diuutt e
tht I.ivtrand Ktint
a mi! J an J ttttifhtfut Imer
ant fir dtlkaU FtmaUt, and it tht
moit ap-teaM and fltMMt'tMting
Teni: etht fjy.
J'jr young Childrm and ' Inantt it
it a turt (ure fir Wind CWc, Grifing
J'.iint in theStomcuk and Jljit tti, SrV.
lion te lud at all Drungitti and (eneral
dealsis, cr by adiltcstiuf the Whuleaal
r. mcij, mo.
Nale of Ural Katalo.
lly tiitnv i'f an onlcr nud ileciee of lliw L'ounlv
Court of Ali'iandert'oiiniy, Illinois, nmilt. on tlm
k;iiiioiioi ii.f umirmitiie i, inuinas lariai.i, ,m.
iiiinlslrator nf tho fslulH of ArhlfvN. Aliusee. do.
rr,ut, lor lease to s.'ll I In' real elale oi sjhl
deceased, hI the Jnnx TVriii lTn, .if aald I'nuil,
In. will Uu lliv 'Jlst day of J llnu IS7U, I .Imll.i.u
Iho rjlli .lav of lliveinbt'r. neil. betwtvn Ihe.
li"1"' often VI'k ill tlm '.iifiiiioii nud four
uvi.u In il,fu.riiw,ii ol ald dar ill i.i i.nl.lio
sulcatum Inml .1'ior of tliol'mirl House, iu the
i lly of I ill.,, in aniil t'Ollotr, lh real 0i!o ilea.
iTlU'd uafollowa Io.hiu Th solilll p.iri of t'luilll
!o, "I, am vsty '2l, Koctloni'', township lii, raiiK
: et, containing nne hundred iiml llylli
iw'ii'a, lii Alt'xiiiidi ri'oiiuly, Illinois, (.nly ct only
lo t tic righlof tli present iHvup.iiil inmakllie
crop iioa iirowlng nn eul.l Inmla anil Ihe right of
th heir of said Ashley N, lf). Uiveased, to
L'olleut und reui'ltx Iho rents of said laud fur tin
y.mr ls"n) on the fullowlni; terms, lo.wil: One Imlf
of Ihe pii,thu ninncy to ho paid cnli In hand
Hiid tlm balani'H iu i mouth's Irom iluW of aalr,
Inn puri'liHsrr to Kis t a .ile inorlgaw nu Ihu
'iVA pm-h;!V,,",iiVy.""' "",',!,J"''"i ''
I'.ito.l Hits. I7lh.la i.f XutoinU..-. taM.
THOMAS MAUTAI.x, Adlil l.,
nl tht ottati of Ashley N. Miv.sk ifiu.nl,
tile. u A llllU-H, All ). ninIT7
XX. 11 t!l. i
ll.tili'.of llenr) W. Ta)loi',.te'.'a-ril. '
The undersigned having hern Hiipninti"! Admin- I
IstratrU f tho estatu of Hc niy , Tut lor, I II" of '
Iho count)' ol AlPiaudrrnnd Mate of fllinuls.Ue- '
me,ll,.t(. mis inent to ilie underalifued
Uaii'd, this 1st duy of leceiiher A. II. lsfv
' paui.im: taylok.,
.lecswf t'lm ti
befi.rs. llu. fouuty O-url of Alexander co.iniy. at pear I. foie 1 1 J Jj ' IV, . i It i ! i oia ii 1 1 'w- ?er ro
Ihe li.un House in Cairo, at the January Term. , iill.o cuu; h''"' '' l " V'o u ,irv ne .'t whtell
on tin. Third Mcu.Uy iu.Niiin.ry, noil, at on llis. M'V1'1,
which tlm- nil person. Imving claluia agiiln.t a'ald time ' " " ''j1 "K;4, I 1
estate ar..notili.., uud re.,ue,le. Iu aliend for tho ar ''f''""! 1 ''.fw,1 I "''.'i t irJona
IllUI'IJirtl I J sail 111 tRstsJ HI V I mill atvil llflllllHrilll 1
CIIA11I.IH A. DANA. Kdltor.
She ot Wccltly "Sun.
A .Vetsapoperol Ihe I'rcarnt Tlmca.
Intended far People .Vow on Karl a.
Ineladlnj rarmert. ItecUtDlcs, Merchants, Vto.
i2f0Ml '". lUert. Thloktrs, and all lias-
)artu0De,t Fo,k'' Bai tha w,Ms B0". nd
"BW- of all such.
ir less taan On Cent a Co. .
30Clu,atcTer, roH,eJ,,,!re be
8C.W.VRKKI.YHlj.N, tt A Yk,
of thf t)m ilia aol SCMtll enatacttr -TnG
WKEKLV, bat with a mat." tftlr
miscellantoai readme, ana farnlshtDi iu asw.
to lis taoscilbtis with stealer fruhnssvi. be.an".
It comes twice a week Instead of oaco oalr..
THE OAILV rlr, 30 A YEAR.
rreCtnlncntl v rcsdahlo newinaHir. with tha
TERMS TO CLUBS.
TIIK flOM.Ai: H'KEHT.Y HVS.
Klro copies, one reir, tiparallr address-d.
Ten rorles one Trar.aensratelraddrcsicd fan!
aalrcr) lotheKetlerupM" Iud.
. . Elatat llollara.
iwenjr copies, ono resr, srpiratelr addressed
(aid an extra opt k tn'e ptte? M P of elnii).
, Fifteen Uollnrst,
F.iCKrJ,2na ,00Da Ttlrraa land the
heml.W tf klf iinojr" It cellar up ofclobl.
the hcml ncei.l-uaa),iriii eetter unofriUD).
. rol'-ne Oollaro.
,i?,,'..'V'll,' ol t e-no address
laadtaolialrfor on.- 4r , .byglfgg
One hundred ct)Dei, nno year, snarail ail.
TUB HEMI.WKKKI.Y HD.V.
ri coolca. one fear, tepatalelr addressed.
- Klikt Dollars.
Ten eot.les, one vear.Mparauir addmsui iaba
an extra copy to telle. S p il (tDd
HEND YOITR MO.XEY
fLSSLPfflt onlsrs.eaeekt. or drafts on New
.Jt:?UnnT onsalit. ir not, tan racisf?
tM letter cooialalng moaer. Addrtss
I. V. K-VOLAfff), PublUher.
Una office, .New York Cltf.
17 VERY FARMER
HIS OWN MILLER
Wo aro manufacturing
For hand or power use, ranging in pries' f;im
12 S) lo U5 ki anil incapiuily Irom
1 to 20 Bushols Per Hour.
These Mitt nro erjr strong and iluraMo, ami
H'liilro very lillle power tn.tuntheiii. Kacli Ue
win Krioa eiiiu r
Or stock feed, ns may l .leslre.l, anJ will ini.r
Save Its Price Every Year
Ktery Mill fully warrantrd. '
W'alsn makfllwoaliet of llonx Mills, rapac
lly l to a ton per .lay, price Itisi to o0.
liesi'rlplite i.'ircuUrs lnrnlshe.l on applicatior
Tho lllaraouit milManiir turlnajCo,
lOIIM.t TIKI: AMI H10NT HTIIKKTM,
Cl. I.VMATI, O
Agenunn wantnl in ! ery town and oounlr
IX.MI'KI. IIANiW, I'li-i.lent,
liKO. MI.I.IO'I'I'. U'.'.Pri'I.K'iil,
KMOIlV .M.rl.l.NTlK:lC. Acinars,
A. V.. M. I'lritnv, M, If, .Me.iiral Hirecior.
KAUMi:itM a uil MI'.CIIA.Mt H,
Who with to ptolrrl their families hy mean of a
I.lfa Policy, still do well to eimiiinx tho PLAIN
llfHINK-h-IUKi: PLANS and methods uf Una
XOH. , 7, AMI ss I'WNIiyrf tlpHIU IIOl'SK
liKO.C. COOK, Pre.ldenl.
W. II. MAltLAV.ecr.tnry.
(I. A. WII.I,Ui.Sun'l nt Agencl.,
TIKIS, IIHVA.N, M H..Me.ii'.il hUnimm-r.
Krllublc, i:iit'rKtm Aut-ntH
Wauled iu s'li'ty (oiuily In tl Norlhisi'st. Al
WORT II W lltiTK H X lUllMKT.MKX T.
All 51 1 X I N T K .1 T O IV X
palate of Thoiuta It, Mclilnncsi, dccan J,
Tha underslgneil hating Utn .ippolnli'il Ad
mluistiatrix of tlm Klitoof Tlionui" II. Mcliln
ion, lutu o ihe (,'ounly of Alexiiiider and Male n
tlluicji.. decanted, h.'tehv i!iios nnttr.. Ih.it alio
will appear heioro tlm t.'oiimy t'.iurt of Ali-nnnder
oouniy. at iiih conn no.ie in i uip, ai iu. r.'or.,'
ary Term, u lln Third Monday in Kehriiai) nest,
ut which lime ull perrons Inismg il.timn ngaiust
santeaiaio are noitnci uini ri'iui'i.a.i lou.iri...
for lii purpose of h.ising thi'jinodiuied. All
persona lunch H loild cIhIo isrs. reiUr.M to
In ike immt'dlate l:i)iu. nt lo Hie uniier.igned.
llated Ihia ilat dav of Iicci iul..'r, A. I'. '!
KLlZAIIKTII A, Mitil.VlhfW.
,4 DJII.MNl 'u.i'm iX' w
K.Uto of John A n-lll. '""' d"'-l.
l'heundor.lri..dhii ..tf eu'l' ..u
ittrutru of lhe. liil.'
J dm il.iaiua. do
censed, late ol llie
,iy i.t Al.'X.indcr and Male
- uoic Hint lio will ap
.ii,.,hnlA tk.viiihiil .,, tin, nit It.rilif iled.
i imi .tin Is ,i nay oi iwi'ciuimt, a. i. .iv.
.taciaiw SAltHIA, WILLIAMS,
A Cottage, elTon rooms, tea labs enetoeerttrUei
nlx.footl,oird Icncn, nil the necessary out-biillj.
Ings. good cisterns with pie, 0f water, all In
good repair, P.tnt low to a good tenant Applr
o. , W.W T1IOK.NTON, "
Js'f Tenth Mtroot.
Essays for young men, on Hot la I Erilt and tha
propriety or Impropriety of getting mrrld, srtua
sanitary help for those who feel unfitted for mat
rimonial happiness. Sent free, In tealeJ ntl
ops. Address Howard Association, Box P, Phil.
adclphia. Pa. septlM.Tni
THE IIOISV AND ITS NEEMt,
Considering the extremn aeniitlrenets ol tha
human liody, and, that it la unprotected c leapt br
artificial eotering. fioni the action of cold, It la
not atranga that at this season it Is liable to maay
"oruers. 1 no skin exercises a powerful influ
oncrcr ,0 Riomnch and bowels, and whaaila
function. . interrupled by sudden chills that tea
the poreaanf.-jrayent evaporation Irom tha aur
fe, internal cmti,,, l, Bpt i0 en.uo. Tha
diRMtlre ornans ntTPr perform their office prop.
erly whnthi,i,iheee, RI1, ,10 wa,to tui
of Iho system, which shmM l,e dlscliarned In part
Ihroiigl, tho i;ersp,r..o,y K,,n,j, llar, n0 otn,t
outlet Hun tho h sseUandtlrtttMncyf, cn-tlpa.
lion and a r.ylelyot rs..l .ll.fa.tremorrtorleaa
pmvalent. Dyspepsia, whsre It exists, la also ag
gravated by these cnus. The mosl effectlva
preventive of, and remedy for, dutiirbancea ol
this nature la Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. Act.
Ing as n stimulant and tonlr, Its routes thi stom
ach and the intestines, Imparting to those import
ant nrgms both acllvdvnnl regularity. It also
nperntesnsn sudorific, by toning Ihe vessels ol
the skin nnd promoting Ihe free pisa;is ol ex
hausted miller Ihroiliih lh.it nttural .ievnol tha
system, flcing n mild diuretic, it give a health
I fill Impulse to tlm nctlon of the kt lneti, whersj
iiierc.is a tendency to dropsy, and ns a blood de
purent and nervine, lis a highly b-ns ficul r(It
In rheumatic rnsee. It combines in happy pro.
portions tho Ionic, alterative, aperient, ant septlo,
dlaplioreto'oand nntiblllous properties rt")UIll
for thO restoration of eysiems generally disorder
e,l, and(has Do'cpisl as a winter medicine,
tg WATCH! MVATCIrtt
9 TIIK IIItllAT Kt'llOI'KAN
Eureka Aluminum Gold Watch Co
J. V. WILLIAMS sV CO., JKiVELlIILS
,ini llroa.Iss ny, Stw VorU,
HoleAgenia for the t'nlted Stales, and hire iti
tl.o,., thm to sell tfieir great "(Irett Alnmin
11 HI liotd Walchcs" forTlin n Dollars, and to war
rant eich mid every on lo keep ci.rreet timi
for nno ve.ir This wateh wo guarantee lobe tho
l.'.t and che-t time-keeper that is now lo u.s
In nny par' of thenlobe. The works are in ioubli
case, Ladles' an I I!. nt'" sites, and aret'eautl
fully chased. The cases are made of Ihe meul
now so widely known lo Kuropo as Aluminum
(iold. It has tlir cv-vct rotor of gold, which It
retains ill will stand the test of tlm strong,
r-t kI.Isi no one can Itli ll Irons gold nnly by
weight, tlm Alumltitiin gold .ni.fuiirtlil gnter.
The woika are all made by rtachlnery, th't
same aa our welbtnown American watch. U
.ack tt. watch lately in a small lx anil sand
it by nmlll" anv ntslie United Hlatea en leeelpt
of . ur, tirtv cents for pvklng and l'Ostage. A
key is s. nt free with f uch watch. Money slioul I
l sent by post.ottleo money order or in a reins,
ter.'d Letter. Address nil order, and cotnmun.
lent Ions to
J. V. WILLIAMS - CO., .lender,
301 Hrniidnny, . V.
I.l 1H. IIFATII'.S
Many years' experience in curing Catarrh, coa.
sumntion, Dyspepsia, consticalion, in,
d.aekto of the Liver, blood, akin, and
urinary organs, disclose I the itirtl.
Ing fact that the majority of th-m wero caus
ed by and could only l cured after curiae them
of seminal weakness, 'nhalatlon, caustic, Iron,
tonic., stimulants, hypophoshitca, mercury, cop
aim, eulsfb. buchu. injections, td the ordtasry
remedies had proved wurso th.iu useless,
D, Tt. HEATH'S
t'rtattneut Mssricrlor to all oittarSs
I deem It a dnty to y you cured three cms of
consumption, uni other remedies, foiled, aadtw i
of Typhoid Fever In the latter stage. I will
end you their affidavits If you wh.
JAM IW PUTKIW, 11. D.,Coiuya West.
Vou ciiici my wife uf long-tUnding weakneaa
and luystlfof .llseaa ofllmllter, kidneys, lc.,
after tro ttment a long time by others,
ti. sV KICK. Hartford, Cms.
After having U'tn treated by professor sad
many eminent physicians without benefit forln.
digestion, ilitliues. heart xtlectlon, vougli, dis
eaaeof Ihe Iiiiiks, liter, klndeys, and organio ile
billly, you ri .ioi. d mo In Hum month, tomsaly
vigor and good health. P.hTIImN,.N...
You cured my wife of long sun llngweaknesa
and myself of disease of the liver, kidavys, etc.,
allrr treatment along time by others.
. W. KIL'l., Hartford, Coan.
Mv wife, case was considered h.iLvlcss trill
the physicians, but i.y thn blessing nf the Al
niluhlv vou ri'sloreU her lo hetllh. A thnusoaJ
thtuk. B. H.dltEKITlI.
r.u'eiii, Monte ,,, ind.
Your medicine nr tho greatest eser discover
by man. Tney cured my oit of Hruiid hills, J;s
pepsia, and so weak our lioclor uui ouiel
ifino up ail nope, A. an instrument In tlio hands
of tlod sin ihauk you for saving him
WM. J.ftI-i:rilK.Nrt,yndusUy City, O.
You have relieved mo of pain nnd resided my
iiriuolu it natural color, etc.
II. lit rCliros-K, fchsron, Vl.
You cured me of.li..ao of tenyears taiidicg.
I siitli red terribly before I look sour medhin.
Your iiiedicino cured mo so rai'hily, I woull
hate luid Sun fssi had vou rciuired It
' IILlfKSIOM:,lr Apple Hlver.lll.
1 feet grateful to vou as I was ind expeotwl to
llvewneii I commenced jour medicine. I know
no other count havo saved me.
" M.s. II. J HADDKN, Mllwauke, Wis.
Tho swelling ihatatlhcicd my wile . ei t nly
removed by tour mediclue. n. li.sl'n rKH,
You cured m of adl.eassoi iinrivicir' nana
Youremosi-I my loug.suud, compliratel.
.r..w .iiv.. jiAtiisoN w in. nr.
Al.l.A, .iii.iiur.iirsi'. vmuij.w.
' WriKht'a Landing. Wi:
I havo lcii well about ,ear from In inodls
cln.you sent inc. Mr. M. H lthlu
' .Noblesnlle, ind.
Three physician said I could not he heip.Kl last
Kail, but yuurmedicinu restored my hea.il,.
' 3 Mr HUTU CON IT, !'". Ohio.
He ot, h MfVj5;yrJigi(.K IMUboro. Ind.
Kour year ngu my eontliiui.n com pletely
toue'iVdowu, u,. irfiriiilbt.'rr, i-s
Mv .Id. is well. PHKNTlhH Ailllli,
My id is wen. iviuaanouk bri Ji!. Ct,
I.lon't IW. f.X." ,,W,Mt CUr'?, ,Ut"t"
send me ni.''' j ' 51 " 1 1 K. It M A N . Lyndon. III.
1 i.s 1 ihe liver complaint, dyarciix, uud sntnit.
i.. .H.' sear before I took y ur wonderful med
"f,J e). VAM ItlKS. Caledonia, Ohio.
Voir medieino remose-l the (win m ray
.io,iio(-i'.andoreues through my ahould. r.
nana Trumbo, lianvllle. Ky.. cured 01 compli
cated disease. .....
Charles 1. rinitii. oure-i aiur iiaviaK
doned by antlinlx-r of d.a lor.
I IIOs lll&xiusoii, iit.ir.soii.,..r, 10., n,".v....
years after we hud cured him, he whs well.
Mr. L. II. Hill, llowliug Ure.11, hy weaknes
Win. llesvr, Ciawfurdaville. Indian, wrota Jan.
IS7U. had cured him eigHt ye w previous.
Ux-Myor tieort Hall, llrooHsu, ,; York.
cur.-l of old dlea,o of kidtiCyaand blldrtiw
paralysis of other organs,
Heated acanoerou. ..brr c: Ibe fc of IJtlb
Hlnel llayden, V.Jv if Hi-CUU'ani
l ank .New York. whb 1. - 'Wi)cM
and professor hail treasKi cirIis yl- 1
'.li.ni. ..ni.ciirr.latiheirhonrt' w htul
peronal Interview, by ft?" 1$?" Pi?.
int condition Advice free. Dr. A. II, llfkih. re-
thirVet. .New.YoiS. a shorldistauco fi m
Mau" hol'el-acros madl.ou L.
, ni,ndnrip.m. ooiliieodswt
n..u.,...t his resiaence. ..o,