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THE OAIBO ZBULLIETIlsr, J'J.lSTTJJL'JEl 28.
tor City Marshal.
Were authorltcd loantiotinco ANDHKWGA1N
a, a candidate fnr llio office uf (Illy Marshal, tub
J ott to tho decision of th Domocrallc paity.
Wo nro authorised to announce that IIKNUV T.
MARTIN will be a candidate for the nine of City
Marshal, at the ensuing charter election, tub
ct to the (Jectrlon of tin' Democratic party.
M'e are authorised lu announce l'AUI. W.
AI.LUN at in Independent candidate for th office
of City Marshal, subject only to the decision of
the peopl. t.l
For City Clerk.
At the request of mtny friend, t am a candl
date for the office of City Clerk, subject to the de.
cliiouof thellemocratlc party.
MICIIAKI, J. IIOWI.Kr.
HTILI, in tiik fjf.i.d.
We arc unlimited to announce the name of J.
T. THOMAS as a candidato for tho offlee of City
Cletk at the ensuing municipal election. td
The copartnership heretofore existing ttwen
K. 1'uhle and K. II Hlockfleiii, under the tlrin
Dirno of K. I'olile A Wloekltrlli, lalhladay I i -
Solved I,t mutual consent. V. M Htoeklli-th Is
authorise d In collect all outstanding dehta due
to said Trill I'. I'lllILK,
F. M, MTuClt PI.I.I II.
The business of the late firm will b-continued
attheold stand, bv X. M. iTiK'K KLKTI1.
Jamarr tlih, 18,1.
T1. lafl'f 1.11 ril
i. 4 if Bin
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
The Completcst, Simplest and He
Sowing Machine In LV.
Cor. 8th St. &ashington Ave
The dmsn I for the DAVIS BEWINf? MACH
INK In Ihe Alltatit Melee, where they are t.t
known, and where they supplant all others, Is
greater than ean be. supplied.
It never fall In any kind of work, It la simple,
consisting of a few etrong parts, and its vertical.
feel tna'.lea It to run ter seams and to turn rur
Iters without chanie of allieh or tension.
Clothing and i.lovn tnanufailurer pieferlt to
all others, and that It Is Ju.l Ihe IhlotC for fsmllf
twlug estrybo'ly wil I acknowledge after eiairi-
Messrs. lludera have several suss and different
styles of finish, and reepcsMfally Invil all who
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Maaufaclurvd to KIT Iheiaa rail before pnrcriM.
Call and del a Circular.
NNYIU A. CO.,
Also, keep eonetantly on hand most coin,
plele stock ot
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pill, Madeira, Sherry, Calabaw
We are egeeta for J.
Reld A Co.' Celebrate
We sell exclusively for Cash, to which I act we
Invito the attention of close bargain buyers
Heclal attention duo to filling orders.
H. M. HULEN
Has Removed to HU Old Staa
J( Commercial venue
Where ha aollci t a continuance of patronage i
hit former cuato mi rs, aa will as i lis i of as man
new onee as may wa'it prlmegrocvries, provisions
etc., remarkably cheap for cash.
Terms i Mrldly rash, lor whlih he will eel,
owerthan the lowest, e7tt
Cor. 8th St. tc Washington, avo.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
It supplied with the freaheit
OroMilM, mwam i Drive ) Vast,
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Duller
And everything else needed tor family supply
11 Is In abort oue ol the best stocked groceries In
A contlnuaco of public patrouaf U retpccllully
BOOTS & SSOES
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STREET, '
Hetween Washington Are & Poplar 8
UoUkiid Hho Made to Order, flaca
A cold, blenW,drtnry tiny win yestcrdny.
Mr. M.U, ltnrrull it energetically path
Ing ahead his newtpaper cnterprltc.
Tlio. I.uwlt, K., nml Indy, nro In the
city, at llio residence of .Mr. H. L. Ayrcs.
W. T. Worthliigtuii Is making propum-
tlons tuopen a new photograph gallery In
Treasurer Taylor has received over
$7,000 for licenses allien tlm 1st of tlio
John 1. Fogln, formerly City Cleric of
Cairo, Is now publishing a newsp pur ut
The. llllie.rnlnns proposu to glvon grutnl
bnll on tha evening of tlm next annlvor
snrv of Washington's birth-day.
Knit pittols and cartridges and howlo
knives, go direct to I. Nell's, So: '0 Ohio
A t.AtiriK stock of furnishing gools of all
kinds always on hand at V. Ntlfi, No. TO
Ohio Loveo. tleeOtf
.Mr. l'opo Is in .Springfield looking after
the Interests of Mr. .Munn who proposes
to become the Republican candidal! for
Congrss from thu .Statu fit largi!.
Heck, who was shot by tha boy, Holly,
is notd)nd, but jolly. Ho now appreciates
tho folly of interfering in petty quarrels,
and Holly Is If taken will insist on n
Col. McKealg will, If tho colored twir
tion of tho party can bo reconciled, be
coma thq Hepublicnn unnilidutu for
.Mayor. Mr. Munn Is pulling the wires
for the Colonel.
Kx-Sherlff Myers has been Mithorir.ed
to net a Deputy Shcr'ff. Shorilf Irvln
must b, necessarily, frequently abnt
from tho city, and Myers Is Just the man
to keep a careful watch oer a certain
kind of rats while the Sheriff is away.
Captain Keliey, who died latoly at
America, was the father of Mils Moll lit K.
Key, one of the teachers in our public
school i. Ho was n tteamliont pilot for
many years, and during the late war was
to ployed In the gunboat service.
Jatnot Dinsn, formerly of this city, wis
ent to Jollet from this county. Obtain
ing the pardon of the Governor, hu with
drew to tho pure atmosphere of .Memphis.
Ho Is now on his way fro . that city to the
A City .Marshal it to bo elected at tho
ontulng charter election. Nolle of ihl,
fact was not given In thu notlco of elec
tion, but tho ctululon hat Imjoii supplied
As yet, there are but two candidates in the
Wis need not b told, that it is of no pul
lie Importance that nobody Is interested
in such Items. A e know the fact, and
Iki1o"Izo In udvunce. Hut we must we
can't resist the impulse wo mutt Inform
the public that our friend J.Inegar has u
nw hut a fashionable, new lint.
It Is said, that Col. John AVood will be
the Kepublican candidate for inemtxir td'
thn .Select Council from the Third Ward,
and Mr. John McEwcn be the nomintu
of that party for the seat In tho Hoard of
Aldermen now occupied by our friend
Ward, of tho Fourth Ward, It n hou
sign and steamboat painter, who under
stands his business thoroughly and i-.-cutes
all ordiTs promptly mid lu it satis
factory manner. His shop is on Poplar
street, between Eleventh and Twelllh
A young gentleman otcoriln lady
along ono of our street a lew night, uo
disappeared with her through it holu In tha
sidowalk. For a fuw moments hu was of
the opinion thut It would beeomu necossary
to order a special train for Villa Hidtj
and have graves provided for two. Tho
lady's kneo It better.
Our tketehet of tho bur of Cairo will b.i
impartial reports of Incidents in thu life of
each of Itt members. Tho physician, tho
clergy, tho merchants and other bulnes
men of Culro, will pais through thoso col
umns In regular progression. And, now,
let ut beg tho Sun to not stcul our thunder.
To do to would be well, no matter.
Taiikr JIrotheks, 83 Ohio Lovee, will
uereafter keop constantly on hand, direct
from the Eastern manufacturers tho very
best winter strained purified sperm oil, for
tawing machines, and all lluu and light
machlnory. This oil hns never yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, at it nover gums or is afl'octed by tho
Candidates for seats in tho Select Coun
cil and Board of Aldcrmon can nnnounc
th fact in Tint Bulletin' for tho low
prico of one dollar and fifty cents. Wo
consider this price dirt-cheap, and have lit
tlo respect for the man who can hcsltato to
pay this Insignificant sum for the privil
ege of mrvlng the city for nothing but n
liberal talary t-f nbuso.
John Lantden, Esq., has been men
tioned at a postlblo candidated for Mayor
on a "Citizen" Tickot". Mr. Lantden is a
clever gontlonytn, and would poll n heavy
voto In the city. If the rneois to bo of tho
scrub order, Mr. Lstisdun, pioperly sup
ported, wouW'bd it formidable cundidute,
but hit friends'could not hope to run him
In betwoen the regular candidates of tho
Republican and Democratic parties.
Nkatly fitting boots and shoes at
l'Louif Clioieo Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sucks, Ac, for salu at thu Egyp
tian Mills. au
A club Is to be organized on Monday
evening. Thu namo of the new society will
bo "The Poor Mnn's Socinl Club."
ly you want a good, stylish and well
fitting sultof clothes, mndo to order, you
must go to 1'. Null', No. 70 Ohio Lovee.
AVo lin vo procured the services of an nblo
Washington correspondent. His first let
ter appears on tho first pago of Tiik IlUL-
I.KTI.V this iiiornin. '
It is said that u line of steamer Is to bo
established to run between Cairo nn
Shawnectown, and that .Mayor Wilson Is to
bo thu superintendent.
Tub Aukoka Oil requires n dilfercn
burner from that Which is used with con
oil. Ask for tha Sun-hlngo burner, which
Is the bo,t In use. Sold bv I '.well & Jacob,
Tho remains of tho lata W. A Winston
arrived from Mobile yesturdny afternoon
and were convoyed to tho Church of the
Redeemer, where they are now lying. The
train which brought thum to Columbus on
Vcdncday wos r-oven hours behind time.
Tho men who attempt to pcddlo in
Cairo without license come to grief. Yes
torday two of these ordinancobreakcrs
wore nrro'tod by officers .Shcohan and Cain
and fined $10 and cots each, which they
failed to pay, anil were sent up for twclvo
"Which tho siime I would rise to ci
plain.'' thut in tho way of good and cheap
groceries Mraltun t Hlrd are difficult to
btat. They keep on hand always a largo
and varied stork of goods and sclb ut
wholesale and retail; and thi'n,vcrybxU
knows, that the incmbors of thU firm urn
tho cleverest of gentlemen upright and
far nlnivo reproach.
A fellow turned Daniel Noitiun, latoly
from Memphis appeared on Ohio Lovee
yesterday in n high tto .f eihileratton.
and. Marling tliat he had heard of Culro
before, announced hit determination to
kill somebody bo font tool, bit departure
from the city. Officer .heohtin Interrupted
his bontful noise by arresting him, and
.Shunnetsv fined him the uxurbituui sum
The place of holding the election In
the Third Ward has been changed. The
polls havo heretoforu been opened In the
ofllco of 'Squire Shnnnejsy, but this y.ir
will be opened In the cngino house of the
Hibernian tire comnary. The cbungo Is
onu which should hnvu been inadu. Climb.
Ing narrow stairs to vot and Vlng J jb
K"d and run over by drunken negroes, are
Inflictions not to be endured when they
can be obviated.
City .fuller McIIulo lias under con.tld
ration a proposition to Issuo call to tho
other City Jailers of Illlnol", with n view
of holding a convention of City Jailers at
Springfield, tho object of which tvill be
to Instruct the members of the Lejisla
tu re about lull matters. The movement is
a wl.uonu. Why should thu Jullurs neglect
to give our legislators Initrurtions? Have
not the Mayors, Coiiuty Judges and Slier
ills had their "side show" and drunks '
Then, gentle Jailers go In. The members
ought to know more than they do abodt
the inside of the Jails ( tho State.
Tiik meat market of (Jayer fc Co.; at the
torner of Washington avonuo and Tenth
street, U onu of "institutions of the city.
It Is not oulv abundantly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton Iamb,
sausat(ri, etc., but it present an ulr of
oleuh line, mid rderthul Is rarely seen In
establishment t like character.
(iuver A: Co. hnvu had tiiuuy years ex
perience ms butcher-, and have long ago
learned tlmt it pay bust to kuep lino meats
and euiiiiiiaud llrl-cla cihtum. For
oholeo menu, therefore, cut in ,n neat und
skillful milliner, goto "Tho People n.M eat
.Market," pr.'lded over by (layer fc Co
CIRC'CIT CO CRT.
Yesterday was consumed in the case of
Ziohuriith McDaulel, guardian of Felix
.Mi'lUulel, vs, Mlchnt.1 Sullivan. Action
of Rt p'.ovln. Appeal from Justice's court.
Allen and Hittler for pUIntilf; (Ireon and
Gilbert for defendant.
The mutter In coutrovery Is it steer, val
ued at ?1.". Ruth parties claim him. Will
this be it profitable suit to thoulnlniuuU?
Let us see.-
Attorney's fees, say ?100
Wltue-sus' f es Iom of time, Vc,My 1&I
Cost to tho county, nut less than 100
Amount In controversy, ono steer, valued
Closing Out Sulf.
Twontv-fivo thousand dollars worth ol
remly-mado clothing, hats, cap) bots,!
shoes, trunks and vulesot are olfered tor
salu by P. Noll, "0, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It being his lu-.
tcntion to closo out in that lino mid em
bark exclusively and inoro extoiislvoly lu
tlio furnishing good-: und merchant tailor
Thlsolnslngout salu furnishes nn oppor
tunity to secure clothing clicajior than
ever beforu otlered lu this market.
Wajctku. In liny part of tho city, onu
largo, well ventilated, furnished room,
with board, for it gentleman, wifVJ and
one child. State term. Reference given
nnd required. Address, "Applicant,1
Ri'LLETlNoOlco. ' ''jiinatSt
FVNKItAL or TIIK I.ATB W. A. AVl.V-
htosc. Tho funoral of tlso lato William
Augustus Winston, will bo preached at
half-past 10 o'clock, this (Saturday) morn
ing, at thu Church of tho Redeemer.
Tho remains will bo conveyed to Villa
Ridgo on the half-past 12 o'clock train.
The friends of the deceased are respect
fully Invited lo' attend. ,
For th, Dulletm.l, 1 j
Mn.x EniToni Tho Sun editor tays
there Is an anti-niblo association 'in Cairo,
and'asks : "What next ?" 1 will toll hirtf j
but first lei mossy, that neither myself nor
. . . .. .... . .
irienut know oi any anii-niDie orgamza
A numbcrof inlclllgentcltlzens of Cairo
have thought and talked of organizing a
i'ruo-Religion Association, such us is now
boiiiL' onranlzud all over tho world. This
association opens Its doors to all creeds and
willingly receives to full membership all
whoaro honestly laboring for freedom,
Justice and Truth, and honestly desiro tho
welfaro of humanity. Ilelioving In cter.
mil progression, thot righteousness always
brings happiness and sin misery, this asso
ciation thercioro labors for tho universal
elevation nnd fraternisation of the family
of mun, by promoting science, morality,
Justice, brotherly kindness, charit and
This association considers Its object
nulther anti-Christian, anti-Mohammedan,
nor anti-Confucian, but anti-Sectarian.
This, and nothing more. JUSTICE.
HON. WM. J. ALI.KN.
In presenting the subject of this brief
sketch u gentleman cxtenslvoly known
In thu state wo do not expect to say any
thing connected with his private or public
career In life not already known to' our
readers. His father removed Into this
state nnd settled at Marion, Williamson
county, at a very oarly period of Its his
tory. Owing to the newness of the coun
try, advantages for education wero ex
tremely limited, and In all probability of
i lotvordcf. In view of such circumstan
ces ho wut compolledto rely upon his, own
resources, and became practically his own
teacher. Endowed with mental power
possessed cy but few. and an Inborn thirst
for knowledge, he applied hitaself to study,
until, in a short timo, he had become more
tlrin a matter of a fow books, nnd had
srned not perhaps acollcgo parchment
but naturu's diploma; and while it cannot
be sutd of Judge. Allen, that bis
head was ever, fttll of Homer' and Virgil
and running over with Greek and Latin,
.'t w!i j tliHt knows him will not say that
hu Is, in tho niottcomprchonsivotignificu
tion of tho term, a scholar. At an early
pirio I ho occupied a targe space in public
c-limatidn. As a natural result, tho peo
ple concluded to transfer his labors from
private to public life. In IHH, he Wat
cloctu.l to thu lower branch of the State
Legislature This nssombly then com
prised eminent and talented men. Al
though Judge Allen was then quite young,
hu ranked as a prominent and lead tug
member, and look an activo part In tho
discussion of measures connected with tho
most important interests of tha State.
In 1853 ho was appointed by President
Pierce United States Attorney for South
ern Illinois. When thu difficulty arose
between Preddent Iluehanan and Senator
Douglas, Judgo Allen wus regarded as
among tho ablest supporters of his senato
rial career in tho West. As onu of hit
bosom friends and supporters hu uttunded
the Charleston Convention, living satis
fied that holding this position was to some
extent against thn wishes ot tho supporters
of I1iio1iuiis.ii In the State, ho resigned after
having ably discharged its duties fur fivo
yc.tr-. Shortly nfter his resignation he
was elected Circuit Judge to fill thu va
cancy caused by the death of his fniher,
In lH'H ho was elected to Cofigrutt, and
lie wit, h member of this body during
stormy and violent periods. Sectional
Jealousy and animosity wat manifested bo.
tweeu different sections of the Lnlon.
More than this, internal feud and discord
provallcd In tho ranks of tho Democratic
p.irly. Muny, vory many, loft It for ollleu
and public favors until it had become "it
housu divided against it.olf." It was an
hour of sore disaster mid defeat to thu
party. During tho rapid changes which
took placo and wo may almott say, the
Immense revolutions no man stood more
firmly, or more oponly declared tho prin-
clile of tbo government and tho duty of
the party than Judgo Allen. In tho face
uf Infuriated nnd drunken mobs, within
hearing of dangerous throats,-did ho J
nounco usurpation of power aud infrac
tions of the constitution.
At tlio expiration of his congressional
term ho rosutned tho practlco of his pro
fession and removed from Marlon to Cairo.
Ho was n mouiber of thu Constitutional'
Convention In 18U3 mid also of 1870. (lie
took un actlvo'part in thetoconvcntlons
and prepared much of , their work. lie
was Chairman nf tho Committee on thu
Hill of Rights in the last Conven
tion nnd thu author of" the
As to his standing as a lawyer," wo'rieed
only say that ho ranks with tho 'foremost
nml profoundest Jurists in tho Slat. As a
criminal lawyer he stands alone without
arTvnl'lu fioiitlioni Illinois. lib power
before u Jury Is truly Immeasurable.
Tut, this h not surprising when wo consid
er his ellectivu uud powerful delivery, solid
reasoning, magnificent language, tho tin-
section, which rwill) as long as the
inslrwiiont'roiaaifis tneJfiiqdamanUr twa
of llio STafo, slicd honor upon Its" author.
corlty of his purpose, nnd thnt ho does not
present to tho Jury anything connected
with tho case not warranted by tho ovi
denco. This is not only characteristic of
mm in court, but it account for tho power
ho possesses of Impressing public opinion.
In debate he enters tho arena with tho
assurancoofa victor, and never compro
mises principle with his adversary. Asa
citizen, he is universally beloved nnd re
spected. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Htvr Time Table.
On and aftor 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
stli, tho following timo table will govern
the nrrlval and departuru of passenger
trains at Cairo :
II F.I' A (IT.
.Mall train leaves at 3:10 n.m.
Express, '' " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Exprcsss
leaves ut 1:20 n.m.
Accommodation leaves at... lil;.'lp p.m.
Matl arrives 2.05 a.m.
Express, arrives 12:21 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Cairo Express
arrives I Mo p.m.
Tho last nnmod train leaves St. Louts at
Kh.lO u.tn. Traders can leavu Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis nt 7:25 it. in., remain
n the city three hours, and return to
Cairo nt l:io p.m., tho s.tmoday.
The 12:'i0 accommodation anil Cairo and
St. Louis express leavo daily; nil others
lenvo diillv except Sundays."
Way nassonccrs should bear In mind thnt
the 3:30 p.m., train makes only four stop
pings between Culro una centrniiii, viz:
Jonesboro, Carbondnle, Du Quoin nnd
Ashley. Tho 12:30 pjun train stops i.t nil
the stations along thu route.
dec3tf Agent., Culro.
Goto Ewcll & Jacob, nnd sco Leonnrd
& Co's Improved Kmss Jet Lump, which
can bo used In every manner about the
house. They cannot bu broken. No
chlmnoys to break, no danger uf explosion.
Can be used with Aurora oil or Oasollno
Tiik Kitcukn QfiKK. In all house,
holds; wherever used, tho Chartor Oak
Stove is tho domestic queen. .Smiles and
goodnnture pervade her kingdom, nnd her
subjects nru always free from family Jars
and kitchen disturbances. Jnn'.'odnwlt
Tin: railroad traveler will find it
remedy th.it Is plennnt nnd porfe.'tly
harmless, und it stiro preventive of the
evil clfccts from Constipation or change of
water aud diet, by using Simmons' Liver
Hteamcrs Arrlred from
OllVnltey bt. Louis;
(rand l.se.So'J, I.ui.till
Mick Fulton No a, 1'ittoburg,
J a .Veal. Loilisrille,
Commonwealth, N O
Atlantic, Bl. Louis,
A J llsker. l'llitburg,
The weather was cloudy and cold yes
terday. Tho temperature being three de
grees below thu freezing point nil duy.
Tho river has risen ten Inches slnco last
Tho Mississippi it rising about four
inchus per day ol tit. Louis, but the rise
will cense If the present cold weather con
tinues. There is six feet wntor to St. Louis
und at least flftuen Just below Cairo.
The Ohio is again -Jslug at Pittsburg,
with four nnd n , half feet In tho channel,
but as tho weather was turning cold, the
rise will not continue. There was n depth
of six foot over the falls, nnd the river
falling to Evunsvllle.
Rusincss continues good nt thu wharf, j
The coal lleot has begun to p.ns down
nnd gives an ulr ofniiluiatluu to the very
riVer llelf.' Heveral powerful towbivits,
with their ncres of barges tilled with coal, 1
passed down during tlio 21 hours ending
Tho Idlewlld brought l"Wks. wheat, I
"0 bbls. flour, nnd a lot of household go, els
nnd sundries for Cairo, lOe ski. whuul for
St. Louis, 05 bales hay; 100 tierces bird, 52
bbls. pork, 80 bu. handles, 1277 sks. corn,
323 bbls. flour nnd inoul, 2J coops poultry
for reshlpmont south.
-The Commonwealth discharged hero
732 hhds sugar, 170 bbls .iiolu.os, 70 half
bbls ditto, -Itl acsks wine, 1050 hxs raisin,
00 bales moss, 80 sk cotton, u:i pkgs us.ort- '
ed unite, principally for rushlpiueiit north
and east per rail. Tills lighted her up stif- '
flclcutly tu allow her to go on lo St. trails, :
for which port she Intended to depart dur- I
ing Inst night.
-Thu Marble City was receiving for '
Memphis yesterday nnd will leavu hero
wiin ni least duo tons. Slio uxpecu to get
away at an early hour this morning.
Tho injuries to tho II. S. Tumor havo
b'Ctl reDalrcd nl rimnil f'itvaml elm will
, H T...t. i '.t l.. I
Tho steamor John II. Oroesbocl:
bound from Cincinnati to Now Orleans,
StrUCK thO rOCkS WllllU CroSS tlC tllO ful Ii ,
and injurad herself so badly that she sunk :
in shallow water at the Portland wharf. ,
A rnrrwtt.Mtf iflfl. ...1 tvn-ftil il,n.i4 ,if .
, . . . . . ' , , i
work nt her at last uccounts and oxpectod
to havo her afloat yesterday.
R. I'rlganxa has contracted with W.
P. Hitlllday, of Cairo, to build a steam tug
for tho latter,-and will immediately pro-I
coed.to oommenco'work on it. !
Tito damages to tho cargo of t!(o U. S. I
Turner and tlioso to tho boat hwrself are
ostlmatcd at $35,000. 1
Capt. Uoardmnn's now Iron steamer for j
the Rod river trade has beenj named the I
John T. Mooro, In compliment to a dis
tlngulshed merchant of Now Orleans. Sue
Is advertised to leave Cincinnati for New
TIIK I.ESHON OF JfATKIlK.
Torpor Is the ehiraeterlttie of winter. Vego
tftllon dies or falls Into a sUto of trance. .Tho
whole a.pect of insnlrmto nature teaches us that
thero Is a paraljiini inllucnoolln the air, nnd nuijht
to teach us that our Indies require an Increase of
vital power to contend Hitliit. Some ol oven
thejwarm-blooded animal, bury them-elves In tho
ea-th and remain In a state of parti stupefaction
until the season Is our, nnd tho elixir of tho
'ptlog sjnshtue stimulates their stagnant blood,
and rctore, their rigor. Hut nun, althotitili h"
feels thelnnueni' of tho season, can protect him
self aga'n,t its Inclemency. He has fuel to Harm
him externally, and can tono and strengthen hla
Internal orsanltulon and endow It with tho ex
tra 'amount of Tltallty which the circumstances
require.. Of all Inrlgoranls that hue etsr been
recommended for this purpne, Hoitetler's Susfc
ach Hitters Is tha purest and bet. Fortified by
tho daily use ot tins wliolonmn vegetata. tonic,
the human -ystcm nuy defy the chili, and damps
of winter in any latitude. It, effect Is to promote
a brisk and regular eiraiihl'on of tho blood, an'
acllrilyln all tho ecretin organs. Without tho
slightest tendency to produce ecr, It inipailsn
healthful glow to tho surt.n'o nnd stlinuUlet tho
exterior res. els to discharge, in Ihe form of gen'
tlo perspiration, thn uself-s malur elimlntted
from thu blood Thus the y!em is kept un-
ologg'd. Kotor Mid ngtio, biliousness nnd Inill
gestlon an I colic, all ot which aro tho common
consequences qf the searching dai ps aud low
teinreralure of wlnler, may bo aroidod (as well
as cured) by ncounoot this g. nul Ionic ami al
Ily slrtu of an execution to ms directed by th
Clerk nf the Circuit Conn of Pulaski County, in
Slule oflllinole, in uvor uf Alfret II, Milord, and
as int Charles Thrilpp, I hate levied upon the
fiUlnwIne iUtcrir-.il rp..l estate sittuted in thorttT
nf Cairo, and County of AleiAiider nnd slain of
Illinois, io wu
Lots Au. liighleen (l( and Nineteen, (19) in
mock No. Twetityfoiiriil) as th" I'mperly or th
..i.l Churl,- Tliriltm. ttlilell I shlll Otter at 111 I.I SC
...i.l pit.'. f!.iilntv .11 Stnle. on l hlirsd.iV tho J.t
In at tlie.-outn s-l uonr oi ine uiuii umise in
lavof rt'biuarr A. I)., lsl, betwaen th" hours of
nine o'clock, A. 31., ami -illi-et or said day, fur
Cash 1 1 kand, 10 atisljjanlKxwulion
Hhetlir of Alexander foiltity, illmois.
Cairo, HI., January iiih, l"l. dltwlt
Ilv ilrlue of an execution to mo directed by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander Count In
the-ilatecif Illinois, in farornf Iianiel W. Munn
anil against Henry Mt)n, and four certain eieeii.
lions turcoit agsiuts-ld Henry Miijo in the fol
lowing styled ca.es, town
Andrew nodson s llenrr Ms) oi
The People, etc., ts Henry Mayo hi IO.il.
1 he People, eio.. s nenry jiayo,
Henry Jfaiu Jacob Mayo,
fharn levied "poll tho falfswing described real
, slliisle.r In tho County 01 Alesander slid
Mlateol lllinol-, town.
ar of tho n i or and the a
.r nf tl.Mii n.tr. an.t tl.M n w fir of lie , ear ef ,00
seven (71 iniownsliipwxieen tioi -omii run io
two (si rl of tnenw qr ut t'i"i!n" -ectiori
town-lilp and rang", contain M1, a . a-th
west containing oneiiunnre't acre-, iui
i,ni, rtv or tne -m i nenrv . '. "
oiler at public salo un
TIIL'IWUAV,I DAY OK KKlllll'AltV, lsn, next
at the atiitli we.tdoor ot ihe Court House in the
rifv nl IS.Ko. in -.li.l euunlv and t,te. Ietweel the
hourof nineo'clxk, A, .M ami Ihe ,urset of
utsiilddar, f Tca.h in luiud, to satisfy ssid I. se
ditions. ALEX II. IHVIN,
f herlfl of Alexander County. Illinois,
Cairo, III., January S'.th 1171 j.in'.'S lllwll
THE NEW AMI FASHIONAULE
Shaving & Hair Dressing
lsuow openlo llio cllirensof Cain. Washing,
a nice cleaii shave, und HairCiiltingi an bo hal
IlLtlforsl'H.Ao. 10 UlliMtrtet.
I am rrenared to do all kinds nf oraamunt.il
llairwotk watch guards nn'l br.felels,
,'lair Iiresung dona in llio lalevtetid best styles.
I will go to thu linu.es of Huso unable Income to
Call on 7fc.
I.ORl.E OF THE Ill-ACK I'dRC:
Wt I In- ri .."(,J bv the lierniaii f'lT.limli
AT I'IIII.:IAIUUI.M; U.VI.I.
I'tlro of Ailiiil-sluii. v.',. l.
t'.iy ( b-rk's OiHiv.
Cairo. III., Jiiiiiiry j ', IsTI.
No'i.'e m hen by giv n, that thur ill t a gen
eral eliarler elc'H,,ii Jul I
OX TI'KM'AV sue Ssth evv r PHIIKI'Altr,
ill lh City id Cairo, in the emint)- ,.f Alexninler,
in Hi" i-l,teuf lllneiii., lor Ihe ,urpues. of lleot-
A f ty Clerk.
A t'il I leaallrer.
A i.'nv Marslisl.
I 'it Mtorni v, ami
n M'"iii'"-t- i ihe !-idet Council, as fell ins:
i n.' MemlM-r Irom ih" l'irt Werd,
one 1 -) r fiom ths- si-eiiiel Ward,
'no Xeiuiwr from Ihe Tli rd Wunl,
loo Mi-uiir fii'iu Hi" Foiirili W.inl, mad
i no .iiriuiHre tnon tn Ciiy-ai-isrie.
h (Uird of
Tlir.-si Mciuls'ra of thu name Irom the
ti.in Mriiil.ir nl the aaine Iruin the Third
Wm d, mid
i Two Mttilbcrs of Hie same fium Ihe l ouilli
. f:"'1 ' nr"'1 111 ,h" 'I'l'erent wards as
Ill the first Ward, nl the office, f.iriuerly known
as.McKeiinw A- Cu.'a, corner oi hixlli trrni Mid
111 tlio eecoiiu warn, ill ine engiov nuuse oi U " ,
I-..II. uiC K. i,i,...mI at O .-!. t'L C.IM.. rtr.'l
c ose.1 etOn'eliickp rn.of .iiid.'Mliifsv I I 'lirtt.
,,., a. i. is"i. JN(). lUinw.'C. cny Clerk.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The following .learner, ltvtvo Cairn
on Ihe J) and nt tlio lioura bjluu'.liuiiicl
TALISMAN, Every Monday at " p m. ;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 p m.
For Freight or I'astsse apply on board, or to
RIOOS S: MALI.ORY,
Jau33'71lf 7; OHIO LEVEL',
.ATCi:i,Oll'H ISHAIH UYH.
This superb Hair Dye Is tha avr t, tna Wosta
IVrlectly Harmless, Kcllablo and tnsttntaneous
N'oill.appoir mnt. No nidlcnlout Tints or Un.
plea.ant Odor. Tha genuine W. A. nlchlor'S
Hair Dyo produce, IMMKUIATELT a splendid
Hick or natural tlrown. Does not Slain lb
Skin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Boft and Beanli
ful. The only Safe and Perfect Dye.
bold by all Druggists. Factory le DondHrmt.
New Vork. Janyil d, eodAwAly
Asa rule, the perfumes now in us hare no sera
ni .money. An hour or two after their use, lhn
notracool perfume left. HowdlRerent itlh r
suit succeeding tho uso of Murry and Lanrasa'
Florida Vntpr. Day., after Its application th
handkerchief exhale, a most delightful, delicts
od agreeable fragrance. mirileodly
Dn. xc:i:xc;c ADrtsr.3 cossuiity
r:n:n to ao to floiuda ;.y
ItiTivofirths last thlrty-flvyetnasT0U4ttT
-'I" letli ie and attention tnthe sluJrof lant due-
i - -ii i r m.umpiion. l icei mat i unasrsiaan
. . . coarse in.iniiimu ne pursuso lorssios
a t.,. mi j til ca.s if diseased lunt to btall
. IT, n'. fir,t and nimt Important step lav
must Inipsrunt step lav
linn eulAt anil lha luaM
! .Viv','1nt soH taxing cold t andtb
era I p finilme ntin.ni for thla nartMai
Ii.'1. 'i.".,.!0'"1f "awn m th (tUlt.wher
-nuntni ror tnia parrxaie.
lli ti'tn;.?riius r-iulir,
:n teiniieranirt Is t'iulsr. and w,t tnblsct tosocts
rr:sUnns a. m more nuithsra tsuuYrs. Il
. a iKuni , I csn recornmsiut. a .d botalls ksat
is a K,ini i csn rttonmtM. A tuodhatalli kaa
iter. It retennsn. U.t wimfrl sVw S p!
,i,, ttiq ii--,iiia iiiiiurncvoi (Uf el
tjvm..,ll, in... w.rn artllrnr a.ll
lina lain Irr.l miles fsrtuer down the rtvsr It
raMntnliirh I would prefer to I'alatka, it th, tsnv
persliirels more even, and theairdrrtnd biasuam
Slell mvllle and Knttrprise are lucate.l then. 1
sliould tl a decided preference to StellonillKi
Is Isii mil's fritn river or Ills, and It seems almost
linpiiulbleln takecnldthers. Tbs tablet In rionda
rnlslit he better, and patients complain at times
but tint It a gil tljn, as It indlcaies a return at
! flue 1 an I, nlien litis Is tbo case, they isoeraUr
Inert s.e In neiti.and then tlielurus luuit hiL
Jaeksonule, llibemla. tlreen Covs, and t&ana
rtlKfr.U.' .In various ',rtsef 'lor1.i,enbs tan
ly rernuimeiilr l to ctm.umptlves In wintir. Mr
reasons fur i mi so are. tliat patients its lest lia
ble u take ct.,1 there than where there It a lea
t vrn ten raiuret and It Is not necessary bi asy.
thai, oh ro a cnnuimptl.e person txnscsblmMlf
t rreucnt colds, ho It ceru n to die shortly I
tharerra my aliico, ci mil d ,n Intotht aula,
cut of the ren.li or prevalllni 'sit winds and rot.
Jack ion vlllo. or almost any other of the localltls
! have nsmed. will brnedt those who trstrwiblsd
with a torpid liter, B dlsortercd iMnach,,lsrantl
towels, it" ihroat,orcot.'.'ai but. r rthese who
lunts are di.eaie.1, io,.i touiliru Joint It tar
For nnwt jearaprler ti !. I wtt rrnfeulof.
ally in ew t rk, lio.ion.l.ilutnore.an.l I'luladtl
I hla every neck, whero I ..w an.1 etarained to aa
average tlvo hundred patltnti a week. A practlc
sietlan.lie.em'iraelna'tvcr p ssibl pLiatoriug
dis'aae, hat enabled mn to mi. ritsnJ tlitdlssat
fullyt unl hence my caul ' a In letrd to ttkinf
ell. A person may UU -.t auintHlsa cf
Khenek's I'ulnonio Pyrup, weed Tonic, tad
Mandrake l'Uli,"aud ya d.o 111 dast not avsti
In VloriJa, nearly tveryVaU U u.lns KehtTKk'a
Mandrtk, 1'illit for tin ellL.s .1 is mors lis elf
lg produce bilious habits than tur nortbsrn IsiH
tudts. It It a will-e.lUli.lo I ftet. that nttlv
of I'loriJa rarely die ut coruumpUon. ercisJly
Oio.sif ths aoulhernpari. (in the other hanJ, lit
aw tnelind. i.nr-il,irdai lea.t of the popultiloa
dierf Hi s Irrri'le diseaie. In thetllJdie Matt,
ud 'r -. pnia Is' laric.'i mil there arernany
tho. in.isifca.(stb re. v.lnt a tsi rrcei.ut
cf i fa wcuol to sa.rd If c ..umptlves were aa
a i.i.ralsnned In retard toiakingrre.nc:!'ia tttfcsy
arainiutteartreer.tmall-a)iS,r. I but they are.
I, itt they tVi) what ihey una little cmJ. r.icr
llieyara crnljlvus encu.li M Pellet errlll wrtr oif
In a rvwdirs. they pay no attention to II, and
heneeit lays tho fiurvatiun fir another and an
riiorstiil, until the luu.'a aru dlhtted IcyvnA all
la;iofcarc. . . .
Jly n,ic to rersons wlus luncs are afTKted,
errn'sllshllr.lsl'i lay In a sbk bfitcbenca'a I'ttl
rnonio Kyrup, eUnrk'a Weaweed Ionic, anl
chenek's Mandrako l'ills,andit'torlorUa, I loj
Citrnnirn'ttUeset'smcuUrtncdicines.t'ectuae I am
ihorooililr aeo.uainl. wltli their action. I know,
mat, where ihvy are used in slrtcl aecerdsnc wita
tny dilcciions. they wilt ,1 th, work that tt rs
c'tlred. 1 bis uecenallslieit. nature will do Ihs rest,
lb, itiyalc.dll vm preacniKS rr cold, cou.h. cr
U.ht swi'als.ni.l lli o a l Ins ihe patient U walk
irr lee'ite. dtr.wiii tit suru tjhito a cor;t
i a I.. a Ii .r.tt I . rot in;.
dyr' .a is. t 'f. von y three medicines In ateerd
aneo will los pr.nte d;r-eliormei"ff I In sim
t.scs wiitre a (; re uu i,f the Mandrake I'llla la
tci.'try. My o, eel Ii, loilre tvns 1 Ihe sua
tih. lo ret u: ik a'.a.l airi.uu. It is at-raya a
r'-l ticn wneu a pau.nt lliis In grow buhfry I
barelioirsi ftji.li. Willi a rel.sh fvrfjod.aal
tbo kritldtil. ti v( that rcll.h, cucuet (ou-t blood,
and wltli It more tie, h, vthicli Is closely ftllowad
l y a hcalliia- of Ihe lunit, then Ihe couth looaene
ant abates, the creeping chills and claiuny oitht
taestt no lonrer proairala and annov. tu Its
patient grts will, provided he avoids taking cola.
Jw', Ihero era many cvnsumplirea who tar
net tho means Ufa t.jt'l.inJa. Theqattllonruty
14 a.ksd, Is thero n hop rur euchr t'enairdf
iherels. My a-tuee to such Is. andtvrrtuslu,
to sue In a warm room durina Ihe winter, wot) a
temperature ..f alwut setcuty drtreea. which
should be kept regularly at tint point by meant cf
atbcrmoiuet, r. t't such a patient take hit tier
else w liluii the limits ft Ihe r-'tn by walklnt up
and down as much at his sireiutn will pcnniunt
.'Titer to keen up ahralUiyelrculsilonof iht blood.
I ha io lurvdlhouunda by Ihlssytua, tr-tcindo
so a.'im. ConsumpUon It at emly cured at any
.Uuru.seaae.iritisuten lu Ume.and theprosr
klulif irvaim. nt I s pursued. Tt f t sundi n
ill.puted en record, that .rVheack's raliouu
.v.. IMI. in. I aawenl Tonic tiatt
lurvd'sery liuny of whalseeund U te heptler
rue.orconiumt'llon. I la w here yo will, you wU
I aim "st irtlaui lo t!n,t sou. i-.r ceiuiuniftltj
si In hi. besn ritcuvd iruathossry Jt if acta
1Jr-j'Jf''as"tbw Mtndrake rillstr ctwerned.
every l ty should ke. p a supply -f Itern nn Uut.
Ih.uct hi lha tita-r Uiier thtncaluruel. and
l.ate iiune ef Its In rtrultilnli behind. In feet,
theyar .icell.lit In all cssrs wherea purrtuta
tncJiuB It rwumd. If yuu btt paruk.n i M
rrnjyor fruit. unl diarrtota ensues, dote t.ru
Mandrakes will suro y. Ityou are tubjeelb;
sick livaJacuc. take a dose ol me Marursass, ana
...in..-...nit iwii iiourt. irvuu wouu
eotiale Ihe .Crtl il achtnse id water, t,r th looj
e, cry nielli, and you ma then drink wr. and
. . ... ,.. ,.. tn-M ii. mil,. I a. i.na in ilia jiuauuw
mi ttairr-ineluiia. pears, apples, rlumt, peaches, or
roni.Hiih.Nit lliurua r i-.ui( uiadasica By them.
'Ihey will iirulevtih'
i who live In damp alia, "ro
ni nust i-linfe
und fevers, 'try ttcai. Ihry an
t..iT..-llv bannt.'aa. 1 hev n d J roU KoealLUlV.
I U-aie ulundoiie-l my brueaaloual staila lu rto
t oil an I Niy Vort, but continue lose paUrntt at
my WO' e, S . Ii .Norili Mslli Mreel, i'tiladelphia,
'tery iiutliv. fr in , a u .loJ. r u. 'Iboatiwlu
m.liailior'iu.ai'xamiuaiioiiwltli tlm tUaplromtier
itu; Ikj tlur.'iil ntedcSlara. The llraplruuieur
ittilaria Ihe nait coiidition cf Ihe lurus; aist
psiwtua c-ui readily tetm whether they an car
utiloorn.'t. Hut 1 dteiro lldi.lllull undersloud.
Ih.ilhetalue i f my medicines depmJe entirely
up ii their u ing uun sincUy according todirvo
tioti In rontludnn, I will tiy, that when pertcnt
take my iieiiii'incs. and their systems arubruuiul
into a lifalthy loiatltltiii thereby, they are not a
u.t.V 11 nl,.' r 1.1 1 yctrvi one wall diseased lons
can U'ur a sudden itune if atmoaptcre wlOaout
Ui I: tlnlily il trvattr vM.sa IrnuUuu of th taroas
lull dirwtion in an unguKea accompany my
raad.clnea, so eipliclt an.1 tlear that any one ea
u.a tUviu without con.uUuig uc, ana caa t
U.u,-h; liuu any drutlsu
J, 11. Rcntscx, M.TI.
S. Ii North SUth .Street, ruiadalph!.
.:oirx v. irjsxiiv,
.; COLLlMi: 1'l.ACE, XKW YORtQ
FOR THE UNITED STATES
roi:i:i; and domestic
r;othiix', CarpctM, etc.
100 CO.TI.TlllltCI.ll. avi:.vdk