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in v
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II, ill. - llllMK,
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1 1 i-v imiii i- Idlinl-:. Ml
imii'iHiiiii'iit iiniiT nr u.M-iv
I, ..i., i kmti I luir-i! iv ua
it
"!! nt li.ilr pi'l "i Hi IH' lr Hull mi
'inn ii ii , n Miiii rmJ rri mil
nt ii.iir ii.fl mh'i 1,1 H" 'r ''nil on
' IIIIIII :S'I AMI'.MI.M , I (I. II l'..i(i.l
. J ii ii M- Ki 1 1 . i II. ill mi Ilii' liril ill. 'I Ilili
i i .hi) in i wi )' iii'iiilli ul li'ilr-iHs sen n.
J',11. II 1,11s MAM, I
n I Alllill.Dlil.l:. Ml I'lJ.A.I'. JAJI
-tf- llnl 1 1. .'ill. II lollillitlnli'.lliiil.l 111 Mil
V C ..till' II ill. cm 1. 1 r l.i.niiiii n ial iiU-inii
' x'ii I ii'lilli liiili mi II."' i-iiund uinl
iiulli Mm,. I is nl ".H Ii hkuiIm
KMVWP.ST CIC'ATIH liimo for
ari.oontn, at V. Ttiiohiiti.n'H, 10'i
Goinnir nrinllftvonuo. .'Ju-Iiii
I nr fi.tu.a-. iiihI 1(iliii:u:ii.
The Alrhholi, Toprha ami .'silita I
riilho.ul from Kiiii-im City and Ali-hi-ani
mi tin- Mi-Hiiiri livi-r, vi:t 'I'niii l.n. Ilii
ciiiiftitl ot K:in-:i", timl Um hcuulilul i
ham-as valley In Ilic liotl.y AI hi ii tritu".
Tlii"-lnirli"t mite In I'uchclo III" (Jiiiii'l
( iiiiiii, Colorado spring. .Muiillou,
I'ihi-s Sic;il., iuhI nil i !nc -' (if null- in tin
liimiit tail i legion-.. The l.iM.illc mull
to Denver ami all pnlm-i In Nurllii'iu
olniado. Tin' lirl null'' In Southern
Culiiradu, New .Mexico ami Anon i. 'I I"
111 V llildt Mini'' I" III" lulllOI MM
liian mini"'. Th" liaek said i ipilpincnt
i iincipialed, trains inn llunugh from
Ilic Ml-.-iHiii liver to tin' Ki.cUy.Mi -
t,iin, making rouucclhin In I'll!"" '!'
pots ami avoiding delay and trans
dr. I'nr lull i!f-cripllvi! circulars
lilllp-, llllli' tallied, ft"'., Ililill' -
'I'. .1. A sin iiki.v.
lii n'l I'll". Agent, 'I'im ka. Kan.
1 Uidxw lj.
All !'! i-.i nli' Diii-nes 'nr-il
iiv int. iiri.r.
Hi-1 liicaltil In Cairn. Illlani, timl is
Mill edlhig mi you l' b- healed. Why
u ill you ilii' nl oM chronic ill's-nx-. when
you i. hi liciiiii'il with little eH or
in liny. I )n not give H up e!, lor Ihcie
I . still balm In (iilcail. Cairo I lli''
plan-to eoiuo to bo cured ol all jour
ii In - siuil i.'iili".
I am now pn-pand at my r.lllii" to giv
in' ll atcd b..lh,nnd p"r-i.n wishing lo
receive "m il. will call nt my ollli:" on
l.nihth In I, No. from tin; hours ol
2 p.m. till a p.m. AI'O plain b.iih'. Iiot
li.itli", w.irm Intli. i'niii baths, or vapor
b.i'hs. AI- parsons having the m
.' iimpllnii or witk ImiiTf', ttml wIhIiIujMii
rcci !r ni"dlclues by Inhalation, rail n
cuvo the tic.ttmciit nt my olllro, this In
In'tln only true way ol' K'H'"Jr
lac ilircct to tin.' luui:. Ali I treat ilU-ta-nol
lliu t-yi-s of yinr Manilla:.', ami
Hi.-Iiliml has Iiccii nuult' lo r liy my
triMtmi'iit. Ali ili-i'itM'i of lliu hl,ia
rule. i-'i.tiila curcil lir me without tin
n f tin" knil'i'. II you liavua inne r,
conn ami lc r irtil. All pilv.itr ili-cnM-,
In tin- i-hortrst lime, ruriil hv inc. In
holt, for all chronic ili-ra-i'" i f thi-hti-man
system, pi to Dr. Unit. If you wUh
lo lie i nrcil. I lomponml ami j rcp.ircal!
my iiii.iliciii' at my ntllie. Ii I- mill
that practa'c maKi pi-rhcl. I h ive lm :i
thlrlv vcarni nraiiicin phynlclan.
All icltcru nii'l ciiiuiiiiliiinitloiii hall
Ik i tnllilciillal uul promptly attcmlnl to
In mi'. Uiii ct Un. Hi l.i.
' No. HI l.lihth 'tail, C'air.. Illin-li'.
l-l'iiUui
KEY WI2ST CIGAIia thrno for
ISA ccnta, nt P. Tclclunari's, 1011
Cointncrcinl r.vcn tc. - -n-lni
LYNCH & HOWLUY'a
Real Estate Column
KOU Itl.NT.
(.eiiiil ilw i lliiiir hou-c on Walnut. 1h'.
twei u I'wcntv Mo.ititl ami 'I'wi nly-tiriil
m i I".
Stl.lC
room cnnii r Ts ulicih ,iul
I'upl ir -tiii H.
- ru'iiMntv linn-con .""ih
IriHt, ii-l
ol Wa hilitou avcnii"'.
Iloii'i' mi Walnut Hri i.ihiii (Milrr
pleasant pri iulici.
I Inline un I'oiiiiiii'I i'IhI :iVi'IIIIi, Ileal'
1'ltll trot. Suil.lli!cforlillii:C '-fiflwell-
ln;,''
IIuii-.(' on Cniiiinciciiil axeiiue, nhove
llh i-lli'i I. Kllilahle lol lilI'llKi" anil
ilwi'lllii;.'.
liu un In hi ti' on l. vi
lull l oc
Slilwell I'UpIul hy ('iiiinlnKhaiu A
i heap.
nitcrV I'.kieh suiialilc lor I Ion I
(illlce or r.ii-lnesi i-iioniis ( help,
'IVlHin-'lllH lillUllieleil I, Kami il. III
Ulnlir'- How, i lonm? cadi, fur $111 per
month.
o. Ill (collier), $i ' -7 lonill'.
Cottage on Si.th Murt, nctir Wash
i 1 1 I i it avciuii' I rooai''.
.store room in "I'iliit I how," lalely
.n'l iipii'il Uy A. Iliilley.
I wi'llln-r hou-c on SKlh hlrcit ami
,li'lh'tou avciuii'.
urpliau A'yliuu hiiililiue; ami pn nil-
i , Kent low, lo a jrnnil len int.
Store loom, comer Twrnililli ami
ihinton avenue, SI J a mouth.
lioonw III Vttllou pails ol the cily.
Koi! i,i:asi:oi: sai.k.
-l.amN, In IracU lo Mill, near n.tiio.
If.s-IS
$10,000.
Ten lliou.iaml dollaiN woith of jjnntK
at coM. I will colilliieneo Ilii- ila.v re
tailing Ihe lui'Hi' and valuahle Mock ol
t)mU, eon4.llii of flnlliliijr. ladli'V far
nililn Koinl-i. kciiU' fiii nidilu' pimU
Mamlaiddry 'ooilis, fancy nodf, jewelry,
etc., al Ilic old Maud of lleillnoii iV. Well,
fur caMi al ai'tual cod. No nondc deliv-
ficd until pi'l'l I'or.
I will mike It an ohjeftfnr iiierchaiiU
to huy Ihefe U in johhlu loin, for
caMi lli hand, in iiuaiilillcs to Milt.
1 am aiilh(iii.cd al-o lo iceluve hlds
for Ihe next tell day.-for Ihe pillcha-e
In hulk ol all that porlion of mid Mock
which shall remain uii'-old an the morn
lux of Maicli I lilt. Now is III" lime lo
huy. (ii;iiiiiii: I'i.iimui,
I'rovHinual Al;:iice of llcllliroii A
Well, hankrupK
Cairo, I'eh. II, 1S70. Il-Ii-ll
li;,s. iluli. in .t.lice.
Notice U hel'ehy nheil, that Ilic co-parl.
ni'ivhip lieivlofore i'Xllu hetw I .
II. Wlimmaml l.oiil Mueolii. under ihn
llrin iiameof l. II. Wiiiiuis & Co., U
tlil-iday involved liy inaluid consent.
I), li. WlNANS,
I.ortri Lincoln.
('Aimi.MitrcliO.lSia. 11-10 it
$hc iillifin.
n. ir.s r aiim h i ikimj.
tjAII lillln f.ir ii.hiTlisinj:, mi' line iimt iiy
iililc II AliVANi K .
'Il;ilili iil ii'Ui rllnlliK will 1,1'liiMllnl t Ilii
ml"' nl 41 Kl i"'ri"iiijii' fur Ilic llrnl law illuu
mill riri n,i fur liu limiliHiiui'iil inic A lilm.it
ili-,.tmt ull lie iii ul,' un rl.imlinx null illrpl i
lulioli'ilhiiitii.
I'VI im,( iIIiik' I'llhi r il In. I lie V in I.'mIIipi.I
liiii I ilia (if rocli li-1 ur . i n I i.i'li i i Mi i r aiti lur
in Ii ili-i ltli.li.
I linn Ii, Hiicldy, l'i"llvill mi'l f ttr r luiliui"
Will nhlj lo lie 1 1 tul amuhi ill-nii'iitii
N'.inlwtll 'tiioituill ! icr. hi.) u! li-n t linn
'iiri'l,, nii'l tin in Hi ilii inn nt will l- he i ltd
l ir Ii' Hi. in tliiii'itiill ii p rimiiilli
7. , i.onil lIui'lni'Hn Mntlccn.or
I mi 1 1 n i'ii or iiioiii, Iiunii ted
In tin) Iliilliitlu ,ih ioiiowii:
Coiniiii'i.i rCV.Iintliiir al t''U I. Ill" H
One 1 1 1 ii o r t i o 1 1 imr Hun ' Ccnta
J'wu Ifirlitrf Ifitm tier lllld . . 7 Cf'lltri.
rurim line rtloiiH tier linn 1U i;ciitii
tllX lllHfll Lll.llll lil'l' UlllJ . 111 UltlllH
Iwii v(niliti ncr line titt C iitd
Ofit, fiutiitli iii' lliu, !tfi f.'.ililu
Nil JO'lllll.llO II Will 00 IIII1IIU III lllillVll
I'M" .
A.'i.VIUM Ulir.N'IS
i n: 1 1 i i,i;i:k
I. nil". ii III I.I.I ill I l'lm i':ilili"iii,'i'lli'il I mil
uimU'l i ' .r Ilic ".Illicii I II I ik . ul llii'ui.-
I'liKM lllllvt I'll) I 11 I II', n , I.I. it. MAHKIV
"' lll"llllll"ll 1f.l 111 llllllllllll" I' III"" ll'lllll' (if
I 1 .111 - H 'I I.W A It I lir II l.lll.ll'tll"' ..r lliu
..lli.'i i.l ( ) ( li i I,, nl II.. i ii-iiiiiir i l iliiii.iii.
nr
We hit niilli.irii' I In n n .1 in t - 11:1 mi- u
U 1. AM I 11 ' 1 i lli'li.l.lli' I'M I.-1I..II..I1 In
Un mil..1 .,1 1 1I1 ilik ;it Hi" 111 iniiif ilinilir
i-li-" linn. I"l
vi i:iav. M i:i 11 11. wu.
Waicii i'ok Sti.i: -A MilM i-il vcr lniiit-
hvj i-.-i; "I'aiil Ihctou" wati Ii lor kiIc.
No. I lime Km -pet. Appl.r at the liu.-
.i:ii.n olllce ni i;. A. Harnett. :i7-tV
Nni icr.. -.Mr. I'. Tt'lchman ilcites to
notlly lliu I'llcmKanil the puhllc genera-
ally, 1 1 1 ;i t he ha removed hi totmcro ami
llftir Mure Irpin rjhlli Murt to IliJ
('omiucicial avemie. HHtl-T tn
Hki:i I'm tiim. haircU cliuleo
cw Vmli Kcarly llo'cucil jiotaio"'-for
nale cheap at .lohn Clancy'ii, conn r
I'm lllli Miccl ami t'nmiiicK'ial axciiuc.
i ls -.'w
11 III l! NT ('lllT.Uii;. '1'WO Cottage!!
011 Ttvorttv-Nliitli Micct, nenr 'omiiicr-
ial avciiiic IVr n ut. Apply to A. Su-
ni(Ka. or to I A lull .1 llowley.
I'ur.niHl!. OuiMiir lortii ol potatoe!!,
11111; car load of oiiiou. one car Icail ol
ilili.mc. juM reii'iviHl ami for wile cheap
K. .1. Cr.viuiT, Klhlli .Stin t
.".7-lut.
l.'iioJM tii 11km. I'otir roonm, ami a
ucat colini' an Thinl SltiTt, IVii' iVotii
H' water. nail In nunil coiitliiiuii.
he el Win. .Mcllato, al Ilic I Vila
llrtl-e. "1-1 r.
KRY WEST CIGARS three for
o ccinti, ai r l cieiinmu h, iu
Commercial avenue.
2--.'o-liu
W.wi l.n llooM ami I'lii.Miiu.vii l!y a
utlcmaii, wife ami une Mmtll child, In a
pm.itc f.iuiily. (moil rclerci.ei' iveii
iiKlrnniii.il. Applv al the Ki 1,1.1 1 in
lli.e. If
A. Ham.xy. A llnelot of lahlf ami
oel.ct citth'r,v. a!-n iipailc-, lniel-
hoi'A, r.iKc'i. foiKaNiM aiidii'eiieial line
liiirdwaru juM loclvod hy A. Ilalley,
1 ( o.iiuiei'i l.il nvciiui'. '.'-Is-:!ni.
Ii
.Ii -it Ui:ki vi.i A. Ualiey ha-jint
(1'1,'Ml :i line lot 01 eauiiiy ami mock.
lnj Mill cajjeif. llowcr Maud', ihiwer
Iriiliicrii, haKctn. atelier, ImiiiN ami
ttldlllliH, which lie li:; lll.ill.nl eiy low.
Hi 1 l.'i ('oiiiineli'ial avelltle. '-Ms-lim.
Iil'.fll'linruixii ICiid li: 1 1:1:. Swiel
Cii'iim, Cu-taiil Whip and I'lo-lin
uiaKer. l.iKhluiiii; l.'i 'iii...alln 1 In
clllllll. Ile-I ill the Wulld. Tiy llieejf
lu'sili r and 1 hum ami he . ..n iuc'd. I'm'
salehyi'. W. Ilemli r-i'ii, l!H ''oiiuiicr.
clal avenue, 'alio, UlmnR
;l.r. Iin
N(iik;i: ki ('..muiiii:m. amlid.itc
may 11' ll.c column, of Ihe l!i'i.i.i,n
lo In in;; Ihelr names helnii' Ihe pic, al
Ihe lollowllljf -.llc, cmi in mhitner
City CleiK, City 'rici-urer, Al'
il' 1 man. No aii.illnii Iroiu the cii
i,i k.ciiii'i rule. If
ScMi.iiilMi 'i;w. 'flic llhlini";, re
ciprocalin', tin cIiiiiii mid rjijr healer,
the latct ami Ihe hoi ever made, al A.
Ilallci's. who U iiihv M'llla hl Iiiii
Moil, nl Mom'.-i, tin and hi'ltlaua ware al
really 1 nltiicil pi ki", (iivc hlui a call
heloic Mm nureha-", ll.i I oiuuii'icial av
cniie.
Li-I :tm.
l!i:n Tnm. Illid cae.i, ilowcrManiN,
Ihiwcr tr.iiu iaii li,tkct, leu cream
lici ."is toilet ware, I.;. Ill 1 1 il . lamp
chimney-., oil, Ihiiiu;,' iroi. and llulln;
i'1oi'; ttla a lull Mipply ot plain 11111I
Mumped tinware, whnlc-alu and retail,
hy c. W. Ili'iidcrnn, l!ll Cnnuueieialav-
cniie, Calio, Illinois. ll'iVlm
Si:r. Koch.- ". Koch, al liN Miop ami
vloie loom, No. !0 ( 'oiuineielal iiveliile,
hai lor Mile a Mock ol limits ami Mines of
hi- imu make ; al-o a larn Moel; of M
I.ouIm'IIMiUII made hoot.s ami Mines, lie
Keep-, (lie hot material and h up hi all
the lalcM M les, lli 111- sue pcrlccl, ami
MttlMliclloa U L'liaianlec;!. (iie lilin a
call- f'-':MI'
.Niiiicii.-llaidwaie, llnwaro and
Move", plows liaud eiilllvatms, fpades,
tliovels, foik, hoes r.ike-i, Mep laddeiv ;
al-o liecp ciui-lanlly 011 h ind a line a
Karlaieal ol tahleiiud packet cutlery and
hullilcr's hanUvare. I am nolo auciil lor
the celchraled Charier O ik MoviM, ol
wlih'li I Keep in Mock a full supyly of tin
illllVrciit Mcs. The ahoe aillclis nl
"roi k holloni lljjurcf.'"
Il-n-lm C. W. IliixpiUiix'.
1!H Commercial avenue, Cairo, UU.
KEY W.KST CIGA11S tlirco lor
35 coQtt), at f, Toiohmon'a, 102
Oomnioroful tivoiuto, U-iiO-lin
t'.ir.Hiilc.
Clioli'f i;anli'ii ami Kiclil 'iiil', hull,
picil O.iIk, plowt ami plow haincHt al
liu- .Vcw Votli Sum: ILIli ni.
Al lliiiue.
Air. Mucjfar, who fpciil lln jjreatc
i:ill of hint wicl. Ill tlprilix.lclil, havlllK
X"t Ihroui'li with hN liihliicm Ihi'ii', ii1
luini' l hoiucoii Salunlav luoriihi'.'.
Allentiiiii t ilcali'i .
We have lour doen I niitalluii Khony
'ipl.lj'lle ( 'aii'l Ipelier", tal.ell lor adVcl
li iili, wldi h we will m II al two dollar
,rr (Ini n. 1 1 11 j 1 il 1 nt llulli'liu olllci'.
llli'il.-Siiiiuii'l lliirltiniii WillliliiMiiii
Al Ihe leddeiu e of hii paiclil''. in thN
cily, yc.teril.iy. .M itch Clih, li o'tloeK p,
111., Samuel Mailman, ou 01 .Samuel ami
Kll.'iliclli Willi uii'oii, ii'cd two year
fen a iiioiiIIh and live d.iy. Nolu i' of
liini'ial heicallcr.
Alliillicr I'lliilllM'.
.Shciliriryhi has made another impoi
laiitcaptuie. Thi 1 lime, liowecr. he will
not luru hi pii.oiier over to iiji k I'll'
cralil, hut will Keep him under lock mid
Key al hl own Iiium., Molher ami mil
ate lining well, ami ll.iiu N Ilic liappicM
m ill in town.
tiler Ilic I'irc.
1. c,coii" .SleiulniUM' may he I1111111I
M'ncc Ihe Ilii" at III" new fliop, oil lllyhlll
M reel in the Alexander Coiinlv Hank
lilllhlin, Wlieie lie will welcome all hi
eiiMniiiei, and crve Iheia in :m nrtiMlc a
niaiilicr a ever liefoie, with Miiooth
diave-. faihlonahle hair cuitiii.' am
thoioii'h Miampoo-.
Ad III"'.
We will pay no hilN contracted hy nay
inploye of Tin: lit i.i.niiN, iiuto'x the
line is made on a written order fl'iieil
hy the preMdeMt orecretary of .the com
pany. and we will accept no orders '"hen
hy an employe of tin uipany, lor any
purpo'c whal-ni'Vcr.
CaIIUI Ill'M.ini.V ( lllll'A.VY.
Novellllicr I!), I.S7.1. II
' l'ninil I'se.
'al ii Ivcilaud lor sale: choice soda
nicKci-iin s ami Hi pounds lm.cs for
c: alo ehoii e micd fancy erarkcis in
10 iound hoxes tor Ho. I'mucn, II
pouuiN for 'J.'k'., Itlec t! pounds for Am?.;
tarch I pound-lor'Jjo.; Match. m I ho.C"
fur 2.1c; al-o ihoice Notthcrn l'uttcr In
allies and pall-. We ate determined to
H'll awuU low. (live a- a call.
!-l-,'''''t Xiav Yum; .Sunn:,
i. o. i. r.
Theie will he held a -pecial iiicetiu'
ol Alexander l.otho No 'JJI, I. O. ().
thW. ruc-d iy evening, al 7 o'clock, for
work ami iuMructlofi lit the I'chekah
decree. 'I'heri! will alfo he work hi the
"til decree previous to l.'jhckah uiceiln.
A lull attend. inceilc-iicil.
I!y onler of the lodc ami N. ( i.
Will K. Hawkins. Si-ciclary.
itilieii
I'roin the lic.-t Infonuatlou weare ahle
to iihtain. wc arc led to Indlcve the Irult,
pcachc- e-iiecially, havo heca "dotiu
for," the rain, slccthnd fnut of .:.tunl.iy
niy hi, Mimlay ami Sunday nilit. proving
the la-t ditch for them. It Is fcaicd the
lr.iwheny crop has uNo suH'orcd rcat
d. linage and lhat the yield will ha c
trciiiciy liht. Apple-, and cherries aic
not helh-vc-il lo ho hint much.
'I'llllC II lllll'l..
In de-crihhi hU i-lt to our sanctum
yc-tcrday, I i -ay lie made hold to
heard "the leopard ii hi- I dr." We oh
jicl to tlii. Our friend l.iviii-tou called
ii a hi"; do with a lira-- collar, and we
lid not complain. ThcieN sdiui'tlila at
tractive in a hly; in with a lir.i-s collar,
hut lo he c died a leop ml in Ids lair an
liiMill licit requires Mood, i Mir friend
llavls uiil-t tlicicfore lake hack the h'op-
nil hi Ids lair or open his jugular.
I.ii) ul Slim l-m,,i-,.
The ililu l.cr Is iWiijf,
.Mr. Tlin'. l.'-lI, II-ip, i; in Ihe
illy.
Tin ir will he a regular mceliii'; ol
tliei Hy council I Ms evening.
"Coloiiel" .lones ol New Oi lean-,
rc"i-tere( al the SI. Cliarles ve-lerdav.
-The lldw in Adams tnulp.', niut'tcen
in munlier, put up at Ihe St, I'liailcs
hotel.
K. M. c. C- .V-0 li. c,
1... s. N.
Alte-t: liVlllill
ii. ii.s.
(i. I
M.
-The war h'tween the Nair iw (Jaiiee
railroad ami the city seems to have siih
.Mill d. So mole It he.
The hox ami basket lat-lory jcsler-
day h'loKcil an order froiu Ccuiraha fir
.VMl,lMH) tiau iM-rry hoes.
-I-. I'. Howell ami .Sol. 1 III oil. Chi
cago; C I' . scott. i;ii.uupal'ii. and Ailol
phu Melr, St. I.ouls, were registered at
Hie St. 'hailes yc-tcrday.
.Siel,ie in the couillrv ptvciuct.s of
the county is ahalhit'. The prevailing
ill-eai-e seems to h ' pui'iliuonla, and U-U-ally
laial,
The roiinty c!uiiiulisliiii'r. adjourned
on .Saturday moriiiii last. The business
Ir.iii'uclcd during Ilic so-dnu was simply
routine, ami of mi special importance.
Collector Irvai Is slill atherin in
the taxes. (! will hu al .Sam Itriley's,
In lla.lewoo.l pircincl, to-day; and at
W. M. Atherton's, !u I'ully, to-tnnrrow
.Mound Cily people, It mviiis, are not
p.ullciilaily anxious about the bridge
over Caehu river bchiif rcpalicd, inul II Is
believed thai if Ihe old biido is repaired,
nra new one built, Alexander county
will have lo do It at her own expense,
The sidewalk at the co.ner of Four
leeiilh and Cedar Mrcct, Is In a bad con
ililiuu, mid il will not he many weeks or
uioullis iiulli It will cither have In be u
paired or lorn iluvvn. The Mrlnycrn are
Kivlu way and tlm walk is liable, to ;o
down at any time. )
- Of couisethu AtlKiieuiawascrowdcil
last ul'lit .In sen IMwIii Adams In his
cek'hiiiliil ehar.ieler ol "Kuoch Ardea,"
and all wern Kall-llud .uore, fairly
"iiarili'd away" with Mr. Adams in his
rendition of the character. Ills but scl
liaiii that really first-class actors appear
line, hut when one docs come, lie U sure
to meet wtlli a hearty tcceptlon,
FLOUR.
.t ri. I'nri. i-iitii't'i-iiiiiu- om.
nirii h llrciiii ",! :iiii-rirmt'i in
iiiiiilii iiruini-rt- i.uj t'lliin 3IIIU
t MiiiiiiiimIIi IXillill'lion nl
f all Ihe private cnlcipries hi tin
cily Hum' oi'the .lc"ri. Ilnlliil.iv Itnilb.
ciV an- by far the larccM, ami fnnii llieui
Ihe cily id mis a lar;;r piopurllon ol its
MilMlanliil bi'iiclll" pcihap- a (-rcatei
ami moic i n I bi'iulil, In. in limn Mlly
ol her "(HII ce. 'I'heir lllli led hi Cairo
arecnotmou', ami kIvi' emploj incut to
a l:ii,".eiioiot!ion ol the l.iboiiui l.e.ca
llelucea Ihi lrcoal dump and j.ud , their
wati'lioiii'., wharl-boaN and cuiiiinlIiiii
hoii'c, to say nothing of the many oilier
ciitcipil'e in which Ihey ate iniliicctly
liileioMed,
nirii: wi;i:i;lv imv ii'iit,
is swelled to hundicils ol uains, ' k
lldiiirscuieiits oi money among their em.
jiloyes aiiioiiiiis to many hundreds of
dollars weekly; whub, In turn, timls its
way into tin i oilers ol the smaller ileal
crs the grocers, the hlllcheM. the cloth
ler and dry food dealers of the 1 ityjand
In this way aic many of the 'ui illcr ileal,
el's ilcH'tidi'tit on (lie Hticccn of the Hal
llday llrotlicrs lor the great hulk of their
pilnmage ami support.
Hut there H one branch of their bul
lies in wnieii, Mij.ir, wu iiave maile no
mention ; ami it is to this particular
liral.eh lhat wu wldi to call Ihe attciilinii
of tin1 reader at Mils tnui. We refer to
(he
KIIYITlAX MILLS,
which is beyond ijueMlou one of II. o
argc.-l ami nm-l pitlect and complete
llour nifiti tif.ict nrliii c-talili-huicnts in
the country. We do not propn.se to un
dertake to given lulnule or detailed des
cription of the machinery, or the
workings ot this mamtiiolb concern, for
lhat would involve more time, labor and
pace than we are now prepared tu give
Vc shall rcler lo It in a general wav
only, so that thn-eofour icadi'i.s wlm
have never bad 'an opportunity of vl-lt-Ing
the mill may gala some idea ol its
working and capacity.
As above staled the mill W wrhnps one
ol the llue-t In the country. The ma
ilt icrv is an new, Having ocen in ue
than one year, ami of the be.-t and
mit approved dcMn, and put into the
mill wltliiiul regard to com.
IIMlLl'Ltl in a .-ciLxci:.
The steam to run the. estahllihinunt
Is supplied Iroiu four large boilers ; and
the only fuel u-ed is the tinc.-t of Mack
Mich as at uio-t coal mines is considered
ol no value, and u-cd lor building roads,
etc. Mcs-rs. llalliday Hros., by using a
new and Improved grate bar. and by (lie
employment of a practical uiacliinl-t, a
man who iindcr.-taml- hi- bu-ine-- tlmr
oiighly, have reduced the consumption of
coal to a science, and are coiic(pioiilly
ahle to run their mill at a great saving in
the matter of fuel. Probably no millers in
the country ate so lightly laved tor fuel
as Mc.s-rs. llalliday IJroi. Tliey employ
one ciii;inecr and two aslMatits, or "iuii
ncrs," and two Moker- .Mr. lohn O.
.Smith lias cliarge of this department.
The caMing- lor the engine, etc., weie
made in Cleveland, Ohio, and put up
hy Well- ,v Co., the well-known engine
builders of Chicago.
It Is now about .i.x years since the
Egyptian mills were purcba-ed by the
llalliday Hro-., and hi that lime almo.-t
the entire c-tahll-liuient has iacii
changed, remodeled and rebuilt. The
old mill nr the mill as It Mood when
ile-sr-. llalliday liros. took charge of It,
contained live run of -tones. They cm
ployed only ilr-t-cla-s millers, ami hi a
ety short '.imu c-talill-licd fur I lie
llotir mauuliictured by llieui a ide-sprcad
reputalion. and a demand tv iter than
was eei helore attalucil by any mill in
this section ot country. Indeed Ilic
demand iucicacci so rapidly that they
weie unable to Keep Ihelr eu touier.- sup
plied, ami the iici-i's-ily lur increa-id la-cililie-
became apparent. Accordingly,
diiiiiig the .iiinnier and I. ill ol 17 1, an
addition In Ihn old mill, I'.'MI delect and
lour -loiics hlgli was t.tiil t. .-un I in Ibis I
new p.irlioii of the mill, eight
new nl of sloiics wi re put
up; thus mote than doubling abno-t
tilhhliiig the eapacitity of the mill.
i in: MAcniMiuv
of every description is of the very best
quality, and put into the mill without re
gard lo eoM.
t)n the llr.-t or ground llnor ate ll:
stones ami packing machinery, willi
sufficient i-pacelor tin! storage ul hani'lcO
llour until It can he removed to the wire-hoii-cs,
orsldpped In cli-touier.-.
The -eenni) llour is oeeiliiied by Ihe
bulling reels, of wliieli there are thirty,
and a number ol wheal cleaners and sepa
lators. The clothe-u-cd on Ilic hulling
reels niv the licst known lo the trade.
Tliey are made of Ihe best of silk, and
manufactured by a linn la (icrmany.
Nnlbllig equal to tliem can he procured
In this country.
The third llour is occupied by eight ol
the celebrated l.aerok purlllcr.s. These
machines are the he.-t hi thu world for
the purpose. They are manufactured by
Nolbolui Itrolhcrs, at Milwaukee. Tim
receiving seperale, which is louatcil oa
lids lluor, lias a capacity of about MM
bit-hels per hour. The fourth anil upper
story Is taken up Willi l.ierolx purl.
Her.-, similar to Ihusoon lliu third lluir.
The Kgyptlau mills have long enotcd
art it. .lahle reputalion lor Ihe
M'i'i.iiiouiiY or us ri.oru.
Tim celehr.lted hl'.Uids "Sy Ipli," ' I'miii
ton" and "Cleopatra" aui known lo thu
tr.nU' everywhere ihrmighnut the cuiiii
Iry, ami acknowli dged lo have no
superior. 'Flio mill'' tnru out a lower
grade of Hour, but HIsmicIi as lo always
Momuiaud ready sale, and Is eagetly
soughl idler liy dealers. The trade of
Messrs, llalliday Itm-., does not lay in
any tiiiu patliciikir illieeilon. Tlielr
Hour is known every wlieie- Kad, Nmll ,
We.-1 and Simih, I Hiring lliu lad Iwn
orlhico years they have shipped con
siderahlu ipiaiilllie- ol Ihelr heller lir.imls
In Ihe New Mngland Slates.
w II1IAT tox.MMiai.
Though thu mill has a muoli u'teater
oipaclly, It U now turning out on an av-
fliige twcnly.ilve bands ot ,mr mi
hour, or si hundrcil lurn l per d iy,
consitnilng eight carloads, or about thru
tbolisaml lnidiels of wheat.
mu. miiaaiT aha.ms.
The enllre eslahlislnnenl Is under the
control and management of .Mr. I'obert
Adams, to who'e earclul and attentive
waleliliilneis ami ability as a miller. Ii
due In a great measure, the succcs i of tin
mill and I lie celebrity which It - proline-
tiolis have allaiiicil Willi Ilic hide
throughout lb" coiinlry. .Mr. Adaim
has hi-eii eonne toil Willi lld mill for
iihoul live years.
wiiKiii: i at: uAititixi arc iinr..
In uecliou Willi the mill .Messr-.
llalliday Itros. give euiplovmcut to
kbout loily eoopcis. who turn out on an
nu'rugo l liimdreil barrels per .lay.
II illl In all its ilcpatlim iits, in, 'hill
ing tlie cooper "Imps, gives employment
to probably uin bundieil ami twenty-live
men.
I'rliillnc Hie I'll v Oriltiiiiners.
Twice weliavcre-ponili'il In Ihe icipiest
oflbe piinllng ciinilntttcu of the cllv
council and have priipo'iil to pilot Ilic
cily ordinances. The llr-t llnie our bid
was one hundred and fitly dollars under
that of .Mr. Itowcu; Ilic vond lime it
was line huudieil ami some mid dollars
under him. Our second bid was nc.
ceptcd, and Ilic eonlraet was aw ai ded to
us. Hut, for s'oini) my-tcrio'is rca-ou,
the council repudiated the contract alter
telling thi! world our bid, and now aM,
us to hid again. Forinerly we weie
i-kcd Pi hid for tlie wmk In small-
pica type; hut having ascei tul i ii d
that Ilic gentleman the council is
mxioiis to give the job to
has not got sni-ill-pli.u type.
mil has nobody type but brevier, we
ate a-ked to hid for the work dune in
brevier. Here is a copy ol the spic.'
liealions furnl-lied to us :
".Spcclilcatlons lor nriuthi'' ami bind
ing Ihe revi-ed oidlnuicei of the city ol
aim.
"S.iv. one luindicd ionics, to be hotuid
as the old books, (-.'()) twenty lo be In
terleaved.
I he nriulhi'' In be done In on vicr
type solid. .Manu-cilpt to lie filiul-heil
by -Mr. l.ansdeli. I'roiuxaN to be in.iita
to rompleti! Ilic wotk."
We venture to say there wa- never be
foie such loiue "jpeclllcallous" written.
What slepaucsV This spccille.itions do
not say. Wc might make them as large
as the V'.cii-s of a family bible or as small
as the pages ot a -mall hymn book. "To
he bound a the old book?." Which old
book'r Who can tell V To be printed
upon what kind of paper"? Wo might, It
we wl-hed to take advantage of the cily,
hid under these '-pcellk-atlou-" ami pili,i
the oiilinauce- upon new-paper or tl-.-ue
paper. "Tim printing lo be done in bu
vier type, solid." llrevier is an Improper
type to be used in such work-. It i.
too -mall, and .-it solid would
be a job of printing that Mound Cily cw n
would he a-hauuil ol. Hi'-1dc,i- Index
and head notes to he -et hi brevier?
l'-ually the head notes and index ale si t
In smaller type than Ihe body of the
work. "Proposals to he made to com
plete the work." How much wink?
Fitly page- or athou-aud 'r Who can
telly If wev.ete to say to Aldeuuan
liltlciiliou-e, "We wl-li to liny llour. and
and are detlroiis to have you tell uhow )
iiiucii you win iiiruiMi it
lor." he would prilubly a-k:
"How many bands do you want ';''
If we were to reply : "No mailer; make
your propo-al cover all wu wl-h," he
would probably tell il- we were a tool.
And yet the city council, by Alilcrui.ni
l:ittenhoii-c say- to us : "We want o:i
to'prlnt us a book." "id how many
page- 'f"'we ak. "No mailer," replies
.Mr. Klllculiou-e, "inal.e your propo-al
cover thrin all. and aim the binding."
We Filluiilt, that lids Is Hill ug
and il is lulling Hut the cily
council ought lo be a-h. lined nl.
We will pliut llieoiilluaucc.sliirwh.it it
will fail a St. I.oiils or Chicago piibll-her
lo pliut tlii'lil, but we wi-b the council to
pie.-clit "spceillcatious" thai will be dell
tilte, ami under .which his honor, Ihe
mayor, and the membcis uf Ihe council,
while piclemling to believe Mime oilier
hid than ours Hlhcloue-I, cannot payoi t
of the Ireasuiy several bundled dollars
more Ihan we are willing to pliut Ihcin
for.
'I lic ltc. II r. Tiiaycr.
The Vllieelllii'S Hrmrlcr, ot a late dale
says: "l,i-t Sunday closed the ilrM
year's jiastur.il la'iors of l!ev. I ir. Thayer
witli the I'li-bytcrl.iu church of this city.
It was uday long to bn renieinlu'rcd by
all, and especially satisfactory lo the Dr.
At thu morning service the Iioim' was
crowded; the, services weiu luipres-ive ;
-eveiity-clglit per-ous recently received
by the scs-lon were received into fellow
ship by Ilic ini'iubers of the church, lif
ted! receiving the ordinance of baptl-m.
This makes a total ol clgbly-elght pet
.sous added to the, church during the p' sl
year, nearly all of whom were ae-eptcd
mi profession of their talth in Chris .
Tho morning scrvics closed with the
eoinumnhiu of the Lord's Suppr. a
uio-t delightful leist, enjoyed hy pciliaps
the large-t nuiuber of per-ons ever as.
seinhlcd In the I'rc.sbyterlau church of
tills city un a llku oeva-lon."
Hit. .1. 7v..Miiiiir.L.-Dr. .1. W,
.Mlldid, who cures piles without knife,
llgatiiruor can-lie. will pinnaueullv lo
cstu in Cairo Apiil I, IS7ii, for thu pur-po.-e
of Irealing all chroiiie ami uiglcal
disciu-es; al-o dl-cil-es peculiar to feiniilce.
Dr. M. I physically unable, to attend to
general practice, and so has. ur years,
turned Ills wli'de llltenlluil to .pccl.dlie,
ami haa llius allaiiicil great HMll in me
ttcatiucnl of plies (guaranteeing it cure
lu every cae), and all oilier chronic and
surgical ill-eaM'S, cither ol the male or
lemale, very t iicic-M'ully treated.
Ilcfcrence through Dr. Itiighaiu to the
hu-luis men of (.'alio. li-l lltw
Jusl Itcccltcil
WK) pieces of choieii Spring styles of
prints, :it the New Vork Stnre. il 11 Tit
-I Unas
Fur
Fllty cents, tit Winter's Gallery.
IMtt-tt
COMMERCIAL.
C.uiio, li t
Monday Fvr.sixu, i
tiarcii lstii.
I here has been no luatciial chanire In
business since our last Issue, 'i he weath
er h.is been ory I'liaiiueable. On Satur
day rain fell heavily from morning till
nlgbl ; on Sunil.iy ivebail rain, snow and
Wind, mid ul ninht if urew iiuile inhl;
to-day It 1 dear and warm. The liun
began ilslug Friday, uml aic Mill going
up. I here ha" been no i limine in tales
South.
Flour is very quid. Sloci.s are ample
and the demand Is light. There has hei n
no ch iiige in hay. Tin ie Is no demand
for any kin I except Mridly choice.
Common Is logical abundance. All ar
rivals ol choice corn ate taken on aiilval
at quotations, thoucli iiceipls h ie In en
light, u.ils aic siciidy, willi prices un
ili. iiigeil. Tlie receipts have been light,
ami thru- i-n fair demand. Cllv Im.-d I-
pleuiy and dull. Counlry Is lalhcr
sc.uec, but theic is no demand. Hrau i
dead. 'I he stuck of prime butler is liyht ;
Ibere Is a fair demand for the local trade ;
price, in I In- Siuil h un. lowerlhan lieie,
and the shipping ilciuaiid is x ry liudil.
The market is kept well cleaned out ot
eggs, and the pnoprel Is tlmt the piti es
now paid will be lully sustained, or go
higher. 'Ihcie have bun lai-m. m rivals
of poultry Iroiu licnlueky, ami piiccs
Iiave declined. I'licre ate very few ap"
pies la maiket.hut none ale waliti d ex
cept Mrielly choice. Tlu-tc Is an ov, r
-lock ol potatoes with more tillering, anil
no Inquiry for them.
Tin: .MAKICKT.
J.-vTflur fill-nils should bear hi mind
lhat the prices here given are it-ually
for sales from llr-t hands In round lot-.
In lllllug orders and fnrhiokru Mrs il I
ne:e.sary lo cliarge an advance over
Ihc.-e liu'iircs."ia
Fl.Ot'l.'.
Stocks are well tilled, with a light de
mand. Sales noted were I(K) hands low
gnides$ 2.1; 'J(K) barn-Is various grades
?! (XKa,'! 7, -Wl barrels various jjrade
SI iV)(J(,7 (Hi; S(KI barrels varlnus grades
s?"'Cj,'; lilO bands cily., vailous grades
$'1(3,7 iVI; 100 batrds various grades
5-1 iVy7 7 '.'.; :i(H barrels various grades,
on orders I .infi-r -,-i.
HAY.
.Strictly choice Is In good ileniau.ljcotn
intiu Is plenty ami very dull. We note
the -ale of .'tears mixed $"10; I ear Stump
Tu 1 1 $: I car mixed $12.
COI'N.
Coin is in fair demand at quotations.
We note tlie sale ol I car white hi bulk
on track, lie: 1 car while In s-u-ks, 17c;
2 cars white lu hulk, lie; 1 ear white in
iluiidcis. IS,:; 1 car white lu burlaps,
Ilk-.
OATS.
There Is a lair demand. Kecelpt
been lilit. S'lh-s rcporti'il weie
mixed In sacks dillveied. ::i!e;
have
I car
1 car
iniscd, sjiekcdaml ildlvcreil ,'l!ie.
.Ml '.At,.
.Meal is uncliaui:cd. ( liy is plenty ami
dull. Country is hi light supply, hut the
demand is very light. Sales wore 2(H)
bam Is city, $2 l.i; Km barrels country,
$2 II."!
HI! AN.
No ?ales of Hrau wen: repotted. Their
Is none heiuj: handled. It Is odcring at
the mills at prices la-t icpoitcd, $111.
Ill'l'li:!!.
i Here s a lair ilcm iud lor prime to
supply the local trade. Sales noted were
l." tubs pilnie Northern, 27(5ii2s'c , lOtilhs
iiii iHiiiii Niiilheru, 2.V.- .. palls Southern
Illinois, 2'K' ; li Iiiim-s gniul, 2ilc ; ,'l pad,-ag.-i-
Southern Illinois mil, isfiiyMie; 2
pail- Southern Illinois, Sc.
I'.tiCS.
The supply is limited an I Ihe dcaiaml
is fair. We liole the sales ul' I.OiMdncn
Ilic; ;i b.ic.s, ll'c.
r(i:i.Ti:v.
There is a good supply, with a light
1 1 in.-i in I. S lies were 2 coops choice hens
$11 .Ml; ,'! coops mixed liens, s'll Illl; 2
coops iiil x t il chickens, s.:i (KI.
AITI.HS.
Clioiee are in ilciuaiid. Common ate
not wanted. We unto the sale of ii Mils
Ken Davis, $5.
POTATO F.S.
Tlieinaiket Is overstocked, and there
I - mi demand for them. Large olU-rlugs
me being maile, lull tlicie i- no inquiry.
oiAN;i:s.
We note the ale ofo boxes, $."i,
SAIl'.
In car-load loin, $1 CO; less than car
load $1 7.1.
CO A I,.
We quote Farad No and .Ml. Caibou mi
Ir.ick, lump, .-f-'l ; nut, $1; delivered car
load per ton, lump, ,"(); nut. $2 7."i ;
delivered pel' single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$:l 2a; Uauin or Ilarrl-burg coal on
track per car load. lump. $27; nut, $111;
delivered per ton, $;i .1(1; I'lllsburijb coal
ear loads on track, $.1 .Ml per ton; single
toll, delivered. $11.
IIIDKS AND lTKS.
Hides nrediill, but lliere ts a tan do
lu.md for tuts, at quotations:
llins-Dry libit, I2Jf!!)ni". ilry salted,
IllJfiOll-je; green salted, ."iKiLiliiilainaged,
ii Pilce."
Fflis W e quote : Western Otter, No.
1, $i!(.i,ii .Ml; No 2, $:t(.i;:i M; No. II, tjlfe!
1 ); No. I, 2.V:. .Mink No. 1, Slfcii)
I 2.1; No 2, .luoy7.1c; No. 11. 2.1e ; No. I,
111.'. Ihiceoon No. 1, 7.S-lillo ; No, 2,
lile; No. II. 'JOo; No. I. Sc. Fax Cray,
No. I cased, $1 ; No. I open. 7.1e; No. 2,
.KKiaiij ; No, II, '.Mu; No. I. lllc; Kcd,
No. leased, $1 Ml; No. I open. $1 -M.
Skunk-Hlack. Slkl ; half. striped. .IlKji)
t'slo; narrow, ll-lc; kllleus. Me. Opo-snni-Srtidtle.
Heaver-Sl rM.-. .Mu-k.
rat ldoTVi-'e. Hear No. 1, $S; No. 2, $.1,
No. .1, S2(i;.i : .o. i .Hie.
For Sale.
A silver plated No. II WHmiii Shuttle
S'Wlng .Machine, hard (piano) ilnl-h,
valued al ivi. nut nusoiu m -ji-.iiiiis-:ouut,
on good terms, and oiiiercd ilircct
tium t liu factory.
Colored ami inouutetl Maps ul the
i ily ot Cairo at $2 Ml raeli (halt price.)
-A No. It Wilso'a Shuttle Sew lug Mu
shine valued at $7ii. Will bn sold at $15
discount, anil ordered illf-ft from tho
,U A,$!H) Kemlngton Seiag Muchinu
$:io oil for wish. riulLiblo lor tailor or
hoot null shoo iimiiufacturcr.
RIVER NEWS.
VAll IlKI'AllllltKT. tllVkH UprnT,
Alnrrli j, .kjii
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tow WATtu. riiASiir..
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"url'l.ini.
AlilllVKIi.
.Steamer Vim Shinkle, Munphls.
" .Ii n IVillinincj niul tow, N. o.
" Su-ie .Silver, Cincinnati.
" (Irand Tower, .MempliN.
". Fddyville, NaMivllle.
.laines llownnl, New Ol loam.
" Fo il Hill and low, I'lttslmrg.
" Oreyhoiind, tow, Ohio ISIver.
" Ham Hrown, St. I.ouls.
" Hover ami low, I'illsbnrg.
DHI'AlilCD.
Steamer Vint Shinkle, Clnrlnnali.
" doe Williams and tow, I'itli'g.
' Sii.io Silver, New Orleans.
" Orand Tower, St. I.ouls.
" Fililyvllle, St. I.ouls.
" .lames Howard, St. I.ouls.
" Coal lllll, and tow, St, f.oulj.
' (iieyhouml ami tow, .South.
'' Hover ami low, St. I.ouls.
iiivkii, wu.niimt and nt:.si.i:.ss.
Htislucss was rather ucllvc at tha
wharf yc.stcrd.iy.
'I he weather was oohir nod warm.
The gauge sliowcd 2.1 11. 2t) feet Ir.M
evening. The rl-e from live o'clock Sun
day evening until lat evening at the
same hour was 2 loot, li lnche., and from
Saturday evening at llvu o'clock until li vo
o'clock last evening thu ri-e was .1 feet
and 0 :t-i1 Indies.
(!i:.vi:i:.w. u i.ms,
Thu .lohn I.. 1,'hudes Icaws St. I.ontj
to-day for her return trip to I'illsbnrg,
The John II, .Maud is about due front
Now Orleans. Shu lias been bought by
the Anchor Line, and Is to take the place.
ol thu.ialla hi the St. I.ouls and Vh-k'-
burg trade.
The Sain llrown returns to St. I.ouls
with a tow of coal.
The Greyhound p.issed down with a
tow i.f coal.
The Hover went by with a tow of
two barges from Pittsburg lor St. I.ouls,
The good City ol Chester, Captain
.iegler, Hilly Hlankec, clerk, will be hen
lor .Memphis to-day.
The lilcncoc. Captain Calhoun, will
be here to-morrow tor New Orleans.
.lohn T. McCord has ehargu ot horolllco.
The Cheiokcl! Is due Irom Cincinnati
for New Orleans.
Thu Vint Shhiklc. passed up early
yesterday morning.
Thi! Susie Silver pas-cd down yes
L'lil.iy morning wilh a good trip. She
addi'il nothing' here.
The IMdyvllle took hack lo Na-h-ville
Id bags salt, a lot of oats and asniall
lotot ml-ecllaiieous freight.
The .lames Howard ili-cliargrd hero
2 hug-licailscoeoaniits, It hogsheads su-jar
and 11 half barrels molasses.
The tii-r .lliu Williams passed up
without landing yestetday, with a tow
ot empty barges.
The Coal Hill went by with a tow of
coal for St. I.ouls.
The I'cy Inula and barges were duo
Irom above lasl ntglit. Captain Verholl
came down from Kvausvlllu by rail on
Salurd ly night.
The I'cytouia and barges will get
anion-,' other Irrhghl , l.'IO hluls tobacco,
She will get in all between lliu and six
hundred tons,
The Orand Tower came up from
.Memphis with l.'iil) hales of cotton ami a
fair Iripof olhcr llclglil. She put oil' SOU
hales at Ihn Illinois Central wharf-boat
uul MU hales at lh(! Ciiroaiiil Vlurcnnos
'( h .i l-hoat. She ad. led a lot of Iron ami
oilier Ircieht here ami went' to St. I.ouls.
Tho IMilyvillecameilowufrom Nash
ville willi 1M) hluls tobacco, some Iron
and a number ol passengers.
The Cily ul Vicksburg passed down
lor Vicksburg on Sunday evening.
The (iraud Lake and barges added
about IW) lolls here.
The Carolidclet got 27.1 tons frieght
here, and left for New Orleans about
noon.
Ni-liiiul I.iiiiiI Mile.
Sntli-c Is l it-liy chin tlmt mi Kri'luy April
Ilii, Is'.i, ut iw.i ii'i-ti.i-k, 1 1. in . til lliu irunt
iliiiii'iil'llii'i-'iiol liiiil-i-lii I iiiiii, lliu tiiijltts n
.I'lliiiiN nriillVllllii Xn 17, Si. It. I Wl-al, ill
Ali-Miii.liTi-i.iiiily, nlllull.ul lllll!l! uiietlini,
n lin.il La .Xn ten (l"i In llioiiiiili-cmt uaarU-r
nl Mi-ii.iii li-n (Iiij, iiii.I tuts immlK-rtM twi-nlj--un.'
(II) mi.l lut'iily-iliilil () In Ilic Not lli-ruat
iiiiiilt-l' ul' Mi'tiini Nil I.".. In -.iiil tmvinlili.
I lie li-riiis in Kilo lii-iii." nut" lull' cull iliiitii,
uml tin-i.IIht liiili' i.i)iilili' In l-lii' uiiiiitlis,
Willi leu I't-i' ci-iil IiiIvit.sI, ivllli iii'irltfu-ii-.in thu
I.iiiiI "I.I. In " i nic lln-!.i)iiu'iil, u usiilrtit liy
l.i u ill l-llfll c-i-i's . ...
Ily in. Icr ul' ilic li.i.n.l nl liu Hi i-iirscliiHils,
ll.US M. I.ISSIIKS,
'I un iitilp t'lt'.uiir"-!-.
i; n u- lll , Ilium ii, ls".". ;.!Mi.'"t.
Sheritri Sala.
1V ill Illl' el' II "s'i'lill i-M'l-lltl.ill to Ilic lll-Ull-I'tnl
II tlll-l It-Ik III till- t 1 1 till I'lMIlt (
MiA.iiiii'ri'..iiiil,v In III? -Lit'- nl Illinois, In
li nr nl I W utilt'ii. nii'l ii'iiint T. .1. -Itf-I'l
lli-s, I will m-ll Hit- I'.ill.iH'liiniK-t-illiisl pni.
cily In the lint Ail.lilli'ii I'. Un- cily nl' I'tthxi,
i-.iiinlv i.l'Ali-x.iii'U-r mi'l -LU'' f Illinois, l.i.
will bun iiiiiiiIk'IisI l () mi'l .'M'H 17), In
lil. irk iininl'.U'.l I'.nul.i'ii (II); mid luts iiiiiii
lll'ltll lilt-( -) uml l t1'). Ul IlltM-k iiniiiUivl
ihi-iii ili it-c ( :.'i), Itilt-.l iiihiii ut ilit-iniHrtyi.l
IllCli'l l. 'I -IrHlil', ul I'lllll I! .ilf ul Ilic
iiiuli.ui--til.i.ii'nr Hit-C'niirt lluiiM.'iii llJ rll)'
iil'l.'niin. In lli.'i-iiuiily (il Ali-iaii.li-r ami Miito
iil'lllliii.lsim lliu -i'tix d.iy nf Uurili, A. !..
nj ul Hit' luitir nf clt-vi'ii ii'rl'HlV. A. Al , tor
c.uli, In alUl'y Mild cMtiitl.iii. .
ALIA. II IllVIIf,
Mii-rltTnf Alt-Mindircoiiiily, HII'i'"'.
1'Alii.i, IIU. , .Miin li I,, is"-"' h1-..--
SlierlrTa Sale
hV vhliit-uf.iiii'M-'ilUI.'ii'.' me llo'lwl hy
Jtlitil In kill lliBllriiilU'-urlof AlcxtinUtr
i-.iiuuy. in itio .sun-nf iin--..!'. in uviir or ihe
, ", ?.'i Hit- .siult- ..I' II.IIiiiiU, nil Whut
Un it-iv-l. riirlt-uiiilll UiiUon tt villi, I lime
It iltsl niion Un- Mlliitt I"- ilccrltiil iroK-Hy.
In Hi.' t in i.f l aim. .iiiiiiy nf AUiilr ml
Vliiti-i.l'llhii"'" "'" 1 l""liuuul-nstlwriity-iilnt.
(."il in lil.ifk iiiiinl'i-iisllwfiiiy.i, us lliu
ir,. 'ilr.il'Ua'"-il.l H. Wiitsnn Wt-lili. wliltli I
tlmll iiilVriil riiMitiMilt-ut iliv Suiiil.ivt ttuor
until" ruiin Ih.iiao in Ilic city nf Culm, tu Uui
,-i.iiul v ol' A l-aii.l-r uml s.i,tif ur lllliinls mi the
.iiih iliy nl' .March A. I) , l1n, ul tlie hour ol
t-li-ii-ii ii't-loi-k, A M., fur i-uli lu KulUry oat"!
l-MVlUillll. Ali'.v II. lie IK.
Mii iilVnr Alt wiiiiilu it nulV. IIII110U.
C.iliiu, IlltlinU, Man liTlli.lf-T.l d-t-l.
I.AWYKBM.
T OUN U. MUIMY,
AitorMey at iw,
CAiKO, liuxoia.
tWMaWvhlaw '"" " WtUMt St.

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