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HHOHET BOUIHTIKH
AHl M.(S I.OIMIK, N(, lit,
KnMitsnf I'jlhlas, ""ft evwy
il iy lilnlit nt liull-cH M'Vni. mmi'i
lllklll""'! ' J." - . . . .
lll K,
i.liaiieillnr niiiinunilcr.
ii iivAvnr.it i.oixiK. No in.
ity. Iiiir'inleiit Ortlirnf (Ml-l'il-K-
Ii.wh, nm l every l l'''1"r
ut Lift .hi - v. . I" lli' lr 'M mi
ltr.nipn l il ii v
'lilli', !' (We. 11 i'i mil
rivliii
i nv umil, .- u
' VUIKI I.NI AM I'M I.N I', I O, (I. F .Inula
vViii U.l.l-Killww' Hull tin tin' llnttiiinl thiol
IllS.lliy lli'ir iihiii.ii, i.i ii
,lto II ( ill-' HAN, I I'.
" ),Aiitoi.oi)iu:. iin.'-njpA.r.
SK- llnlM ifirill.ir tiiinniimliutlimi In Mil
V JTn.iiili' Mull, miner ( ninlw H'lal Mume
Viii'I l.lfflilli Kind, mi tin' mriiinl ami
, in Hi Mntulnv nl t-.n'li innnlli
KKVWMS'I1 CIOAIIB lliroo for
'MZuoitin, at "J' 'L'oicliiiifiii't), 101!
Coininorx'inlluvoiine. .'Milm
All I'iil'iiHle IHtciies I'l I
in in!, iii i.i.
Hi' Is located in Calm, llllniii'', iiihI If
Mill calling on yon I" lie healed. Why
will you tile "I olil thrnnic ill'i'!i"i". whin
you (Till lie cuicd "ill" liHl'' ''-' "r
money. Do not gin-it op ''!. hr Ii"
ii Mill balm In lilli'iiil. Calm I I'"'
place Id come tn bo cilntl nl "II i'mir
ache mill pain. ,
I inn now pn-pared nl my olllns to lv'
medicated li:itli,mul m-i wlhlng l
receive such, will call nl my nlllou nn
Klghth Mitel, No. 'J.', from tin Imuri ol
V. i.m. till Ii p.m. AIo plain bath, hot
l.:itli, wnnii bath, cold bath, r vapor
baths. A No persons hiving lb" '"'
iniipllon or week lung, and wihhig(o
icceivo inedirlue by Inhalation, can it
(ole the treatment t my olllco, thi be
ing the only true way ol' getting modi
due direct to IIm' lung. Alo I treat dl--
niM'mi II ye of years Miiudlug, anil
tin- lilluil liasbecu made I" my
treatment. All ill-eao ol' Ihe shin I
( lire. I'Mula cured ly - willioiit the
lire tlf till' klllfe. U'yoU IllVOU I1IIH1T,
ouif ami If cot d. All private dbea.cp
In Hi" klioiltt time, iiiu'il ty mi'. In
hurt, lor all chronic (ll-i ases ol tin-human
sv-tetii, :i to Dr. Hull li" you wl-lj
to In- riin il. I rompoimil ami pn p iif all
my
nirilh'llll- al IIIV olllft'. ll H MIH
that iiini tlif maki- iwrli-rt. I naM
' Ix t'll
tlilrlv ycfiMa tirarliclnt: p'lyifian.
All li'lti'M siinl romiiillliliiilloiii Hiall
In- i-oiillili'litial ami promptly attt lulcd lit
liyinc. IHicct ln. Ill l.r,
t No. '.'J Klulitli htn t't, I uiro, llllnoi-.
l-l'.i-i:tm
KEY WKST GIGA KS throo for
25 ccntH, nt P. Toiclmiaii'n, 10
Commcrciul tivoiiuc. '..mi-Iiii
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
i'ok im;st.
-ThiHOii'I coltai - on 'I'wi nty-Ninlli
turt, iii'ar ( omni-rcial awiiui'.
Sli.tc loom 011 I'oiniiii ti'iiil nii'lUii',
in't to Waii'rly holfl.
-Iiwclllim limi'o oirriiliti't iilli -tii'ft,
in ,ir 1 oniinrrolal aM'iiui'.
(iooil ilwrllitiir lioiii'iiii Walnut, l-
twt-fii Twiiit)"f:oml ami 'I'lvcnty-lli nl
lrnt-. , ,
nr"-riifiiii i-oriHT 'I wi'iitlctli ami
I'oplar slni'tt.
. .1 " . I . a . .t .u
I W O 'lorv oourr on .no nnt'i, "i
ol Wa-liilittin NVriiiif.
Ilotin' on Walnut uliri t.m ar Crntt
- i a'.'int prcmi-e.
Iloiw on (Vtmmi.'ri'ial iivi'imi'. nnr
pith rtri'i't. Miltaltlc for lm-iiif ami
iluclllny;.
Hou-f on Couiliit'tclal avt'lili"', aliovt
'.11I1 -troi't. Siiltttlilf lor liiirimv ami
llWllllll'.
- Hiit-iiK'ns JimiM 011 Levis', laluly oe
eiipietl liy riiuiiiiixliain ,v Htllwell
elieaii. - Winter' Itliwk nillnlilt' for Until
Olllccs or Itiiiinesn rooms i lieap.
Teiifiiii'iit nuinlieieil I, ami 0, in
W inter's liow, 0 looms eacli, for :;1" per
montli.
No. Ill 'I'Olliel'j, HJ nil . I noun.
-Cottage 011 .Sixth M t, near Wash.
illtrton neniit I 1 1.
.Store room In "l'llot lloii-e," lately
leeupietl ky A. Ilallcy.
Iiwelliu lioti-e on Sixth lreel ami
Jell'i'lotl aVelille.
- orphan Asylum Iniililin ami pi mi
tes. Kelil low, to 11 jtoiitl ten int.
-Store room, eoiiier 'I'weniietli ami
Waihlnj;ton avenue, ilia month.
- Iloouir lu vailoii pari' ol the elly.
roi: U'Iaskoi: .sai.i:.
I.amlr', hi traets to Milt, near riuo.
tl'S-IS
HOUSES
- AMI -
-invellhie; liou-c, 7 rooms; lu lots
eiielo'ed, hi t'ooil onler. oil 'I'wenly
loiirth timl Walnut Mi eels. Kent low to
a jpiotl tenant.
- Hwellhi' lmii'e, I rooms ami base
ment, oil Poplar Micet, lietweetl 'I'hir
tri'iilli miiiI I'oill Ircillli stieet. Went
S'PJ.i'O.
1 1 'I'WO leueiueiits on wot Mile of Com
iiu relal aveuiii' near I'lflh i-lreel, Milltibln
lor .hoii ami ilwelllnir, lleiil fori'aeh, $S
per mouth.
iiui'lllii" houe. fi ronins, on l-'ilth
.11...1 nn'ii' xx'.i 1 1 1 1 1 1 . lu "inn! letialr. Ii'ent
'.
fIJ.tMl pi'i- uionth.
-I'ollnae, li looius ami l.llehell,
Twenty-lliM ..lieel, near Syeaumie
norlli Mile, lietit S.'i, per month.
TwoMiiall hotiM'S, niiithweM eoriie
rifteeiitli ami I'opulai. Went low.
Ita-eiuent of InleU hullillli, we.t siile
of Washington avenue near i:ihleeiilli
Hlreel, live iooiih in 'ooil coinlilioii
Went low.
Itiillilitiffon eale!ilii of (.'oiuniereial
avenue, near 'IVnth sttvi't. Miltabln I'm
e.ii peulei- r-lmp. I'hlttp H'llt.
-IhtilihiiKou we.-.! Mile of ('(unnieielal
tivei near Twelllli street, M "flty
Hall." Went very low.
'.I'i'uemeulit, olliees nml rooms in vail
oil" laealloli'i. WeuU low.
. Lots iinil lamls for sale or leare.
.lolIN v. II.MIM in ,V Co.,
Weal IWatu Anenl", eorner SlMh nuil
LeVii'lM'elK. Il.iri.r
KEY WEST CIGARS thrco for
25 coutHat P, Toiohinan'a, 102
CommoroiftUvonuo,
$ be Uiltin.
ItATI-.H OV AIVi:itl INIMi.
' t'J-AII Mill fur nihirtlmiiKt mi-iluf ainl v
alilc IM AliVANrK
'IliOHlflil U'lliTllnlhK will l iiiMltnl wl tin.
rnlH nl' II Kl .tr (ju.irt- lurtliP Ural lucritlun
nml fiHii lit fur iw Ii iiilitiiiirnl oni- A III. i ml
illsioiint will In' in on at'ihiliii hIi, ilHily
U'ltt illri iiii n In.
rorliikillilinrilliil.il notlir tl Hi Nnllri'iil
ihii If mk firnoclt'lii'v iir M'i it l null r-i fi triitn lnr
null ilirrllinll.
I'liuirli, N.rkly, Ktnllul iiml 5-ii' r Imllrts
Hill only In- inn ili.l m u.hnli-i im 11I1
Ni ii'hi'lllirini lit will Ik- rnt itnl nt lrn llinu
1 1 fit, Itll'l llil llilM tll-l'lhl lit U ill U' Itl'lltl'l
fur li - IIi.iii tlm i' iliillnr M r iiiiiiillt
I.ocitl UUbllliiMn Notlrcri, of
Inn linen or inorM, iiiMoritiii
in tlio Oullntin 11 H follciWM :
C'iiidiiiiiI.coCkiiuIIiik lit tun Miii.h,
Oho liiHcrtlon por Hnu ChiiIh.
Two liniiM tloiiHiKir llnu 7 C.ntH.
Thrtio iiiHTtloiiM ir linn 10 Cent.
.Six liiHtirtlona Hir line 16 Cflitn,
Two wiiiik iBr linn f ? Cunt.
Oiih iniinth pur linn .......JO ChiiIii.
No ltftluitioii will ho mutlu In ubovo
I'littn.
iwoi .M i:wi:.'in.
11 mi ( i n 1 1,1.1:1;
Kiiiiiiii Hi i.i.Kiis I'lniti'iiiiiiniiiiii' tli:il I uni
11 timlltlulf lur llii- nlllpi'iiri II) It'll., ut llifiii
iltui IllllJO-lly lllt'lliill Will. K, llAUKI.Nrt.
W't-ioi'iiiilliiirlii In iiiiiinilliK' tin- linini' nl
JAMKtM VI .U Alir u 11 taii'll'lulf lur llm
nlllrf nfl ily I Ii ik, at the I'li'iihiK rll flti'lliiii.
Wr nif niilliuiit'l In aniK'tiiK" th" iiiinif nT
U I AM.U mil citi'li'lafi' lur ifi-ln'tloii tu
tli. nill't' nfl ily I lirl. lit Hit' in 11I11K rli.11 Ii r
1 liiilnii.
I.f
CITY NEWS.
SA'll'IMJAV. MAKCII H. 1S7.
.Nniici:. Mr. I 'IVIcliinnii tlc-lrrs to
notil'y liln tili'inU ami tin- pulilic 'I'licra
ally, that In- li.-n U'liiovi'd Ills totiacco ami
ilar rtorf Iroin Kililli utin t to IOJ
I'ommcri-i.'il aii iiue. '.'--.'O.liu
riii.iniiit. diifnir loail ol polntofy,
imi' car lii.nl ol' onions, om: c-ar loail ol
iiililt.-iL'i'.Jii-t ii'tfiic-il ami lur silt- i lif.np
by It. .1. Ci Nitii r, nt'lilli Stm t
.-Mill.
l.'ouMs in Kr.M.- I'our li'Oius, antl :i
m at cottaf on 'I'lilnl Slri i t, I'n i' from
.Ipc wati r.timl In ooil i-omlitioii. I!u
ijuiri' of Win. .Mi'llalc, at tin' IMln
Hou-f. a-io-ii.
KEY WEST CIGARS thrco for
25 contH, tit F. Teiciiiniirr, 102
Commercial avenue. '.'2Mm
WaXTHK WlMMI AMI ItoAlilUMI Ity a
etilleniaii, wife anil one Miiall ehilil, in a
private family, (iooil reference! ylven
ami retpilnil. Apply at the I'.i i i.r.nx
olllee. If
A. IIai.i.i-.v. A linelot of table ami
pocket cutlery. lll0 Miades, boVels.
hoes, nil.es, lurks, axes am! a ueueral line
nfharilWiiic juit uiclveil by A. Ilallcy,
1 1.1 ( 'oiiimereial avenue. 2-IS-.im.
.Irsr Wi.t r.ivcif A. Ilallcy has ju-t
recel.-eilii line lot or canary ami inoek
luc blnl east's, llower etamls, llower
trainers, basket', atelier, hearts anil
wicalhi ', which he ha maikeil ury low.
at 11.1 Commercial avenue. IMs'-Ilui.
Iir.ciriiocATi.Mi I.'iiii 1!i:aii. is. .Sweet
Cicain, CuMaril Whip ami Iro-tiii
maker. I.luhtiiin Wcciprocatln' tin
eliiirn. Ile-t hi the. worhl. iiythi'e'
beater ami churn ami In- eotiiiuoeil. Tor
-ale bv l". W. Ilellilel l'.H 'olllllier-
ial aM'iiue, 'alro, Illinois.
:t r.i in
N'ttiU'i; in CMiiniu. mnliil.itt"i
lll.iy lire ll.e eollliuiis ol Hie lift. I.I. I IN
to brill"; their iiau.es beloie the peoplt . at
the follow lilt; latec, fW. in mlniutf ,
City Clerk, j.1; i 'ity Tic.viucr, .1;AI.
it i man. No vailalloii Iroiu the Wi
in uJeunet I'lllc. If
SiiMKIIIIMl A'HW. 'I'llf liiiltUII, le-
iiproealln, tin churn ami e;jj beater.
the lale-t ami the best cer intiile. :it A.
Ilallei'-i. who i now -ellln bis bu-jte
stock ol movc, tin anil liiitt.'iua ware at
icatly reillleeil prices. live him a call
beloie voll liiuehasi', II. i Ciiiuiueit.'ial tiv
enue,
j-is-:im.
Wiiaii Tins. Kin! caes, ilowrr-Maml-,
llower trains, moss baskets, ice cream
Irccci's. toilet ware, batli tuns, lamp
cbluiney, oil, iliitin irons ami llullu
-cis-iii'.- ; iiNn a lull Mipply ol plain ami
-tamiii'il tinware, wholesale ami iclall,
by C. W. Ilemlcr.-ou, 111 I Commercial iiv
enue. Cairo. Illlliolr. Il-.VIm
Kci: Koch. V. Koch, at hi simp ami
hloic loom, No. '.ill Commerelal avenue,
has tor sale a Mock ol boots ami chocs of
his own make ; aUo u larj-c stock of St.
Louis oii-toin i initio boots, anil shoes, llo
keeps tlio bet material anil is up In all
the lnlcet -tvlcs. UN Ills mo perfect, ami
fati-faellon U "iiarantee:!. file. him a
can- f-ai-ir
.Nniici;. llaidwaie, tinware and
slices, plows, hand cultivators, spades,
shovels, forks, hoes, rake-, step ladders ;
al-o keep eou-tantly on hand a line as
sort incut ol table and pocket cutlery and
builder's, hardware. I tun sole agent hr
the celebrated Charier dak stoves, ol
whh'h I keep In mock a full supyly of the
ilill'ereut slices. The above articles at
"rock boHoin llguies'"
ll-'i-lm c. W. IIkmu:ii.-iix.
1!M Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.
a mi. i i.niiiitiiy.
II Is now coucetlcd that .Mrs. l.'olcnian
tlie laundress, No. 12 I'ouith Mreet, he
Iwicii 'iishlngloii and Connncri'lal avej
lines, has one of Ihe best conducted laun
dry establishments lu thu -Ily, and land
lords id holds and hoarding houses VIII
iiml It to their advantage to call upnn
her. Iler prices are as billows : Hotel
and hoai-dhig-house washing 7.1 cents
per doen. For piece work prices ale as
follows: Single shirt ami collar, IOe; per
io.cn, P(M; socks, fie; two collars. .In;
two handkerchief), fin; eMs, ui'a-, ami
till "culleinellM wear, Me. per ilo.eu.
I Ladles plain calico die.-cs-, 2.V; calico
'hes-es with extra trimmings,. j"o, w. m.
'liw SI 25c : ; ladles' umlc. ware ; .
"r,e,Sl (.pordo.on. l-M-U.
Hurlri"i To.tlrty
'I'lit'iti will hi1 ei vices at the ('hutch of j
the WoilcemcT thU iiflei uoon at half uller
louroVloek. Tim Itev. .Mr. (illbertwlll
preach his regular .Salunliiy seriuou.
Allenlliiii I Ki'iiler.
We have four iloen Imiliillou I'.bony
'piiij.'iii! Can-Upcncr, taken lor ailver
liilnjf, which we will n il at two ilollar
pcrilo.cn. Impiheat llullcllu olllre.
lT) Mill
We mc palm tl to leant that .Mr. W. It,
I iooililch, enei.il frelKbl ajeul of Hie
Calm nml Viuceuues railroad, was on
Tliiir?tla.v iiIkIiI laken .eilotily lck wllh
pneiunoiila.
Sure ul tJellliii; II.
Tlie Sun viiyn II It were suri' of neltlu
the city pi inliiiL' every year, It eoulil pay
a llccu'e. Tlie lll l.t.i;i IN iielei-olitalneil
the piloting except X 1 it'll II will the loW-e-t
hlililer lor the woik.
Muiili'lliliii; ,e.
The wimlows of the St. Louis, ron
.Mountain ami Southern railroad depot
hav recently been adorned with oiieol
(lie niO't elaborate and tasty ljrii to be
found any when! in the city. Tbo woik
was tlotie by .Mr. Ilarman Able. '
'I In Hrrr.
Our sewers have been eloed three
times during the pa't Ihtee iiioutlis.
Womlcr if this I to lie the pioiatnioe
for Ihe year. Ily the way, that leaky
sower U pouiiii"; the minJily Dhiu liver
water into Lake I M wards as usual. Some
of the iiU' evidently tlo liot clo-o tllit.
A I Work,
TheTavlor Literary Club had their
senibweckly rehearsal at their rooms lat
eveiiini;. .Mr. W. II. .Morris was there
and superintended lln'all'.ilr, and w hen tins
tlinccoines will present to the publlesuch
a home entertainment as is not often wit-ne--i
il by an' coiiiinuulty.
Ilinrslrti.
(ill Thiirfday nioriiin early, a boiler
hi well No. I, of lliillltl.iyilJrotlH'rs' ht.
lohus -alt wells, exploded mid completely
deiuolMicil the well frame. No one was
hurt except the owners, who-e pockets
idler to the amount of about one thou
'ami dollars.
mil ii I'ii 1 1 Whs lliitsi'!
The jxcutlciuau who was knocked
down bv the; little man on Commercial
iNcnilt' ye.-tt;nlay. vc!",hcU two hundred
nml lifty pounds. A bystander said tlio
fat man's fall was a greater fall of llesh
than the out.' Kentucky Is so proud of.
Alter llii Ii re.
,1. (icorj,'o StchihoiM! may be found
(luce the lire at Ills new .'hop, on Ki'lith
street in the Alexander County Wink
liiillilhij.', where he will Welcome all hi
cii-to r. ami serve them hi as artistic a
manlier as ever Iteforc, with smooth
shaves. faOilouable hair cutting ami
thoroiii;h shaiiiioos.
'I In ('illen' .'IcelillK
The iiirctliiK ofeltiens, which was ",to
btive been held at the council chamber
l.iit evening, tor the purjiosi! of taking
uLtlon to lilit the railroad tax, did not
pan out well. There was so few pre
sent, that a motion to adjourn was made
and carried, before any action was taken
hi the matter.
A l.lfllll lloslliess.
Tie! l'lauter-' Mouse, uutlcr the super
vl-lon of .Mr. Wexford, Is, we are pleaed
to say, dohif.' a ; mid jirotltalile hti-i-nes.
No hotel in the city Is ,'ctthi"; a
larger .-hare of patrouaj,'e than tlie l'lant
cr.s a may be seen by a "lance at the
daily register, which, on Thur-il'iy,
tooted up arrival to the number of tixty-
lle poisons.
.Notice.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: IIui.i.kiin, unless tbc
same is tiiade mi a wiltttii order signed
by Ihe prelilent or .eerctary of .the com
pany, and we will accept no oulers jjiwii
by an employe of the company, lor any
ptirpo-e wh:it-oeer.
Caiiih Hi-i.i.i: I IN' t IIMIMNV.
Noveinher 1!). 1S7.1. II
M. I'ali lel.'s liitj. .
The celebration of St. I'atilck'.s Day
by the St. I'alilck Itenevoleiit -ociety of
this city, was a nio-l titling and satis
factory ilcnmndralloii. Sixty-llv em
bers ol thu organization, In lull regalia,
took part in the proces-ion, which 1'orinoil
at the Hibernian engine house,, and,
headed by tho National band, paraded
the principal streets of the city, with gor-geou-ly
mounted banners and llags.
Ill llllslnrss.
Chaih')' I'llll'erllng, former head cook
at the Planter-.', when that Institution
was under the couliol ol Mr. Iluelncr,
has gone Into hu-hie-s on Ills "own
hook." lie now kceps.u hotel at lllrd's
I'oiut, where he Is prospering. Ifany of
his friends want a good square meal, he
says, they should call on him at Ids
'cafe," where he will always he pleased
to see them and iidiuluilcr to me warns
of the Inner man.
Cnlro Flour.
Tho following extract Irom a letter re
ceived by I lalllday llros., under date of
Kith lust., gives more evidence of the tact
that Cairo Hour is still ahead in all con
tests; lor .superiority :
Iacusiinvii.m:, 1'i.a..
.March lllh. KS70.
"The llrst premium has been awardeJ
to the Herman linker for "best bread" to
whom I sell your Hour, vi.: Ihiisy,
Crown .lewd and I'yrauild, at our Slate
(air. held List week. Yours truly,
W.M. Willi I .
'I lie lli'iiiiil llt'inilillc.
Tills slcamei', now nearly completed,
will make a great sensation when she
comes out. About the '.Mill llM., she
will steam out lo run between St. Louis,
Cairo and New Oilcans. Shu Is tn bit Ihe
llrst boat to pass through the Kails) jet-
tics, and we are Inlonned that several ol
our Cairo people will he Villi her oil the
o 'casiou ami on her when she inns din
tliiirulslios bei-self. Humor say that lr.
Ihinulng. and a party of his liicnds, will
represent our city, and who could so do
hitler
HiiiiI.
A ( oiiiiiijjs, IJ!(m d onriilv, I-in le
eeipt of a tele.'i'illii lioiii In brother, I'
Ii. Comhii,'s, of Windsor Neiumul, an
iiiiiiiiciiiK Iheileath of .Mr, Sarah Com
lns, their mother, in the Kith year of
heraire. .Mr. ConilniH Is anxious tu at-
lend tin; funeral to which he has been
iiintiiiiiii'il, hut hitiilif's en.i;emeiil)i.
and the jre,it. dlsliiuet', prevent his belnr
present In time to attend the 'ivice and
look upon the face of the dear one L'one
before. .Mr. Comings has the yiiipalhy
ot all hi' lili'iiils hi this iillllctloii, -,X'.
(Ji'i'iniiiilii I, lie liixiiriuii'c I iiiiitiui.v
.Mr. Charles Win teb.ieh of st, Louis
Iravt'llue; a'ent Kr Ihe tlernianla Lilt
lnur.iiue Co., of .New' Voik, is lu lh(
elly lo(ikliij nner the liilerest of the coni'
pany and will remain lor a few weeks.
Anyone hav Iiil' any ni'icvam-i" ii"ahit
theeompiliy c.lliseil by Ihelr late ajfi'llt,
.Mr. W. V. Ilcl.ncr' will vciy much oblige
Mr. Wnrlebach by rulllujj on liliu or
leaviiiK word at the Alexander County
Hank. I will also Inloriu the patrons ol
the cotiitiauy ami the iubllc that e have
appointed Mr. Thus. .1. Kerth ai ajxent a1
t.'alru. ( ii uu.r.s WYitii.iHui,
.'l-lS-iit. TinM'llnj; A'eiit.
Altiixe or .tliiiiiiKcr I'liniln.
The ilotifsboro correspondent of the
.Murpbyslioro lnilfienlrnl indulges hi
sharp and not jii'lill.iltle abuae of the ex
cellent .Mr. Cauda, ile says: ".Mr.
Cauda, the prince of Narrow (iauc rail
road frauds; telegraphed to the proprie
tors, ot one of the principal hotels of this
city, to have the bct room hi the houo
lilted up, ami tlie filled yearling killed
lur his hcucllt, that he would attend
court for the purpo-e of appearing for
the Cairo mid St. Louis railroad lu a suit
brought by the-Calro and St. Louis rail
road against 1,'nion county lor a manda
mus to coiiih)I the enmity to isnie'MO.OoO
In bonds, and the city ol .lonesboro to
ss,,e f -'.l.bOil."
Imllrli'il Auiiln
The gram) jury ol the I'liltcd .States
district court of Chicago has returned a
Joint indictment agalnt ex-l'nlled Stales
SupervNor ol Internal Weveuue, 1). V.
.Miniii, and 'X-Wevenue Agent, K. T.
llrydges, for conspiracy tu the whl-ky
frauds. .Mr. llrydges has lied. This Is
the fourth Indictment that Ins been
found against our former towiiMiiau,
Munn, and be must be i willy miserable,
lie say lie Is so houc.-t, and we have no
doubt that he believe? he Is, hut It Is
probable that he will be unable to con
vince four Jillles ol the truth of his belli;!.
The doors of the pi i-on hone vawn lor
him, and even Senator Logan has lie
-cried him lu lit- hour of need.
TiiliHcco Mule.
The sale ol tobacco at the ."lantern'
Tobacco Waiclion-e, on Tenth street,
yesterday morning was well attended,
and a large amount ol tobacco disposed
of. The sales were as lollows : II hogs
heads lugs, $.1 20, ii i!.1, .1 0.1, ii GO, ii lid,
I IXI, II 2.1. I l!.1, I 01, I 53, .1 .1.1, I 70,
ii 10 and ii 10.
Low Loaf. :i hogsheads, $il 110, (i 10
and (! .1.1.
-Medium Loaf 1 1 hogsheads, -: Ofl
S 10, 0 HO, S 00, !l 1.1, S 0.1, !l DO, !l 7.1,
.') 2.1, S 0.1, U .10. S 10. S 00. and S IK).
.Medium to Good Leaf I! hogsheadft
? 10 00, 10 U). 10 SO, 10 CO, 10 .10 mid
10 7.1.
Wejeclions 2 hog-head-, l 2.1 and
7 10.
Total number of hog-heads sold, US.
lrs. Wiirthii'r nl Jilci;o.
At the meeting of the Women's Cen
tennial Association in Chicago on
Wednesday, Mrs. Dr. Waiducr of this
city was iutiodiiccil to the audience by
Mrs. Sherwood, I'ro.-ident of Ihe CJilougo
association. Mr. Wanhier'.s leniatk-i
were thus reported by the Twits:
"Mrs. Dr. Wardner. of ('alio. Vicc-I'ri-lileiit
for Soutliern Illinois, hi lolly re
counted the progress of tin woik in her
department. She bad had a hard Mold to
woik lu at llrt, hut after securing as
sl'tauts in each of the counties under her
charge, things went better. People down
there 'didn't think much of the Centen
nial they had an Idea that it was till for
the glory ot Philadelphia, and the bene
fit ot Ponnsvlvania. Tills loellll" was
oven us partially, so that live out of the
ten of Ihe counties under her charge had
reallv gone at It and ral-ed $.11!' 7.1. Slut
begged tlie ladies ol Chicago to pu-h
things."
Hp 1'lii.yotl Vrnty.
lr. DcOrath, who Is coullned In tho
county (all for taking unto himself too
many wives, yesterday morning ralcd a
big blubber ot excitement about that In
stituilon.;ilo;played cra.y. Ile laid down
011 the Hour ol Ids cell, kicked up hU
heels, twisted hluisclf Into a thousand
ilill'ereut hapes, screeched and bellowed
like a mad hull, and pled lor some one to
re-cuohliii Irom his bondage, lie says
ho Is awlull y ahu-cd ; that he ha a silver
plate hi his Itead, and that he Is subject
to spasms. Ills cell partners tried to
Hud the plate, hut couldn't, and eamu to
the conclusion that the Doctor was a
fraud, and they t'H'l l'im ' "cheese tlie
racket" or they'd give lilni the "!. II,"
and the Doctor. 111 the belief that discre
tion Is the better part of valor, did
"clioosn" it, though his spa-ins he do-
i'1'ii es are foal till tllillL'S to .suiter III
Hence.
l'ur Hiiiiois Coloi'iitlo.
I'll.. Atcbi-oti. Topeka and Santa Ke
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
nn tin. Missouri river, via 'I opcua, nui
c.ipltol ol Kansas, and thu beatitllul r
kansas vallev In I"0 ocKy .Motinimu--
Theshorlost mile to Puobolo th" CI rami
Ciiuou, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note In the
mountain regions. Thu favorite mule
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The het I'f'Ule to Southern
Colurado, New .Mexico and Arizona. The
only dhvel rout" to the lainous sail
.luan mines. The track ami cipilpmcnt
K uneiiualed, trains run through from
the Ml-siuul liver lo llm Woeky Moim,
1 1.... ....iiiix.'tlf.iiu I.i Union lit-
lain-, iii.imiiu 1 - " -jjw.
not
nml :iot ug ileiayri nun irnus
fers. por lull ilescrlpilve elioulars
uuiw, Mine tables, etc., addles
' T. .1. A.N'IIKIIsON.
llcu'l Pan. A suit, Topeka. Kan.
1 10 lUwdy.
' Mnt or H'hilpr' t'tiniiii mi Ini t tn "
This 11101 mug we piiblhh n chmiiiiiiiiI
ealloli, -nddiesseil by .Major Winter lo
City Treasurer lllnke, and ask our dll
ens to read It with attention. It i a pe
(ullarilociiineiit, written hi the .Mayor's
most felicitous Flyle, and Is illllleult to
iinileiriainl. llo will not sign oulers
w lint orders"' unle-s every employt' h.n
received his money In lull, and he lu
tonus the Trca'iircr that he (the Treas
urer) being the eiiModlau of Ihe city
funds, ordinance governs how ho
shall pay the same, ThU Is about as
dear as mild. We don't unib'r.'taud
what .Mayor Winter Is driving at, and
rcpcctliilly rcipiet him to use our col
limns to tell Ihe people what he means
by his movement on the Treasurer. The
Treasurer has no light to pay out any
money except upon orders upon him le
gally authorized and signed hy the Mayor
amlt'lly Clerk; ami If Mayor Winter
wMies to ay that Treasurer lllake U
paying out money at his own sweet will
without proper authority why don't
he say so and be done with it?
One ltire I'tilorliiiiiile,
A party named Kelly, nsteamboatiuaii,
went Into a saloon on the levee yesterday,
ami after loitering about lor some time,
"got sassy," and began abusing an Ital
ian organ grinder, who stood Kelly's lu
solcm e as long as he thought was neces
sary before going lor him, and then with
out any supcrlliioiis waste of language,
set about In punish him, ami after Kelly
had received a drubbing at the hands of
the man ol the organ, he was picked up
by Olilecr La Hue, who as
signed him tpinrlers hi the
lock-up. This Is the .-df-smne Kelly who
came near having Ids earthly rareer
won. ul up by a young man of this city
some inou'hs ago, while the latter was
assisting an olllcer lu making au arrest.
Kelly Interfered with tlie olllcer, when
his a-.-l-lant drew a bead 011 him, and
would in all probability have Pent him
where organ giluders are not to be found.
to raise fus-es with, had lie not took In
his heels, thus evading the bullet that
was meant to let daylight through him.
Tlie .niJ or Montis 11 ' llllliliiiillion In
ilie i lly TreiiMtrer.
Ma volt's Oitick. C; 1 v or C.11110. 1
CAllio, I l.l.., Mt.rch 17, '75. "
Tn t!. V. llhikr. 1 Ily Trtasiui-r.
Sin : At a regular meeting of Ihe city
council, held March Itli, by a resolution
of the said body, you was granted an or
der In full for tho pay roll fur labor and
teams employed upon the new lowv for
the month of Tehi-nary, amounting to
S2,S0S.7.1. You wasalfo Instructed Ir
resolution, by tin; city eounrll, to pay
such persons who-e names appeared upon
said levee pay roll pro ratio such amount
ot the funds as far as they may go.
I hereby notify you, as .Mayor of the
city ot Cairo, I shall not -Ign s.iltl orders
unless every employe has icteivetl Ids
money in full. 1'uilhor, that you being
theeu-toillauol the cltv liitiil--, ordinance
governs how you shall pay out the same.
The rc-olutlon passed at the last regular
meeting of tlie city council, Is without
warrant ol law. I therefore protest against
paying nut any of the city funds under
said resolution, until such time as it is li
gally ordered.
Yours rcspocltully,
lliixuv Wi.si 1:1:, Mayor.
The W'niuon lllil II.
Two negroes named .Mack .Murray and
Prank Llklns got into a dliptito about
"de women lolks" yesterday allernnou,
on the enrner of I'oiirlh street and Com-
mereial avenue, and Prank, believing tint
his honor was at stake, an. I hccut'C lie
lidn't like Mack any way, a-I.ed his 01:-
my out into tlie street to give him a
'square deal." Mack wa-n't bacl.waid
-lu fact he rather wanted a chance to
give Prank a little "whh I,' just lor the
fun of tlie thing, and went without coax-
lug. Tlie two had what scleiitlllc light
ers would call "Ihit pictllost kind of a
mill" lor :i few minutes ; Imt Prank
lludiug that ho was coming out second
best, whipped out a pocket kltile and
made a pa-s at Muck, who couldn't stand
tlie glare ot steel, much less the tooling
ot It. and he "lit out." Prank then
grabbed a couple ol rocks and started in
pursuit, but Mack had armed him
self with two brickbats, am! when
Pi auk eamu within range he let
go ol tiiciu, sinking 1 tanix 011 ine
upper story. The concussion was sulli-
cieutly strong to bring Prank to a halt,
just in thus to fall Into tliearuis of Olllcer
.Sargent, who also captured Mack, and
marched them both oil to .litdgo lllrd's
tribunal of Justice, whore each told his
tide of tribulation. Thu Judge listened
attentively, and alter hearing the evi
dence on both sides, tilled .Mack live mid
costs, and Prank ten and costs. Prank
through the kindness of 0110 of "tie wo
men," was allowed to escape the lock-up,
while Mack wa .-cut up to pay the pou-
dty by imprisonment.
I't'l'Slllllll.
"Siiuire Thomas Martaln, ol
Dog
Tooth, was in thu city yesterday.
-County Commissioner Saniinons, ot
Thebes, i- lu the city.
lodge Ollhcrt mid wlU, who hf.vu been
hi tlie city for about a week paying their
sons' lamlllcs a visit, returii-'d to their
home lu St. Mary, Mo., yesterday alter,
noon,
Mr. Calvin, formerly one of While
law Weed's editorial stall hi New York,
and later of the Chicago Tribune, was hi
thu city yesterday. He Is oil Ids way to
Hot Springs Ark., where he goes for tho
heui'lit of Ids health,
Anion!r the most prominent gui"t-
at (ho Planters, Were : 11. .1. (iicoullcld,
Miss.; (icorgo Itlock, Chicago; A.
Lazar, Chicago; P. M. Tompkins and
family, Ceutralla; .1. -L Smllhmcrr,
Vim eunes.
Mr. L. A. Wll I'Cnp.i (llraideaii.
publisher ol H'l'itni".'! Vcf fW.' of the
MJsislppl Valley, and principal ol Wll
soil's Coll'-cliug Agency, I hi the elly,
adding to and ooriocllug their dliee lory,
preparatory, to publishing the second
edition.
Wo are plea-ed lo learn that young
(joorgu Pry, wh'i has Ikcii dangerously
ill with pnciitnohiii lor the p;tt two
weeks, Is lecoveilug, and hiipei nio on
(crtahieil that he will be all right again
III due time.
The following were among thear
rivals at the St. Charles yc-tenl'iy : A.
II. Pellton, Chicago; M. II. Wohlnou.
Now York ; Larry 1Veell, St. I.nuls;
W. It. IViry. New York; .1. S. Pier
mont, Chicago; W. II? Lulling. Wi'ti.n-
in ; 1 . narvey, Cincinnati ; v. h. Iteii-
dor, Vleksbnrg; .1. Wauklu and Mildly,
Wisconsin.
Li:rri:i: l.isi. I he following Is n list
of letters remaining uncalled fur in ihe
postolllce at Cairo. Alexander county,
Illinois, on Saturday, .March IS, IS7U:
Ladle. Anderson, l.lde : Alexander,
K.; Ilrown, Cella; I'.rowu. Hannah ;
dates, Louisla; (irllllu, I'lilllls ; ll.irin r,
icllciaii; .loliiisou, Laura; .loiikcn,
Maggie; .lenkeiis, Mrs. P. ; Klcmper
Adclla; l.luwood, P.lleu ; .Morgan, Car
ry; Meyers, Adl iid ; .Martin, Mr. I . L.5
Mason, Paiiuie; Peppard, Annie; Woh
berts, Lucy ; Thompson, Anna; Wet,
ddle; Wllllains, s. A.; Williams, Mrs.
(lent.. Abbey, Henry P.; Atkeson,
Clias. ; Ander-oii, .lo-eph ; liuruett,
Alf; Catlldge, (.'has.; Conner, .lohii;
Crenshaw, .1. IL; Corcoran, Mlchl
Cameron, S.uu'1.; Dnugherly, .las,!
Digg', Madison; Kill, .lacob; Polwoll,
Ooo. K. ; (irocnwooil, Alex.; (iaiihau.
J. P.; llau, Cha; Hoot, Protl ;
Hugh, Lldon ; Harrington, C. W.; Har
ris, John; 1 lues .s.imucl; Hues, Win.;
lohusou, Wobt. A ; .lohusnn, Win,;
Knight, W..I; Lyon,. I. I..; Minis. Alex.,
Moon, Chas,; McCVthy, Dennis-;
Mathy, John; MeParlln, .la.; Mo
han. Tho.; Morgan, S. P.;
Noble, Henry.: O'llrlen, .1. V.;
Poison. Ilenj. P. Phelps. ;..
Pill, .1. W. ; Powers, Term; Plnkcrton,
Satiford ; Weetl.S. It. ; .SIio,ster, P. M. ;
Scott, I!. M.: Scholleld, T. Ik ; Sandils
key, Win. IS.; Suiter, Win. M.; Taylor,
las.; Tieriicy.j.Mloh.iel ; Wil-mt. C. C. i
Webb, N. ('.; Wyinan, Dr P.; While.
Phil; Wet, Win. : Wolllng-lon, Win.
Persons calling for the above Idlers
will plea'e say "Advertised."
:. W. McKai'.ih. P. M.
RIVER NEWS.
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Steamer (iloncoe, St. Louis.
" Andy liaiim, .Moinphis.
" Common wealth. Now Ot leans.
' (S rand Tower. St. l.oui.
" lleeand barges, St. Louis.
" t;olorado. St. Louis.
iii:i'a!:ii:i.
Steamer Olcneoe, New Orleans.
" Andy llaum, ('luelnnatl.
" (.Irauil Tower, Memphis.
" lice and barge, New Orleans
" Peytona, barges, New Orleans
" Colotado, Ylcksburg.
iiivim. wi:a 1 111:11 ni nrsiNi'.ss
The liver la-t evening was ill feet W
Indies 011 the gauge, having ll-en 2 feet '.
Itii'lic ililliir.' the I li -I 21 hour.
The weatuer Is clear hut ipiilc cnltl
Cou-lderahli! Ice formed nlglil beloie I I't,
mid, no dniilit, l.i-l nlglil al-'o.
I'.ii-iiie-s t dr.
c.r.NKitvi. 1 1 cms.
-The (iloncoe was Well
made lighl ailditlons hero.
The Peytona ami barges
laden
adde.l
and
sov-
oial tons hero lor the South.
The Sam Ilrown returned
to St,
Louis with two barges of coal.
The Colorado mailt! fair additions
and has u good cargo lor Memphis.
Part of the crew ol Ilie (Sov. Allen
left for home on Hie Andy llaum yester
day morning.
Owing to tlie wind, the Pailucah
packet was several hours behind time
yesterday and I hursilay.
Tltu .1. W. (Sariell ami barge wen
to get away (lining la-t evening witli
about 700 tons and engagements to llll
out below.
. The winds of the pa-t la hour, al
though severe, have doun no -ciiou
damage near here, except by thu dclcii.
Hon ol steamers.
.Mr. Ike .Mor.ni, cashier on llalllday
A- I'hlllln's wharf-boat, has been sulVer-
lug for several days with a severe attack
of mump.
Wo are Informed that Captain Mc
Parl.ind. owner of the to'vho.it Keystone
now under attachment here, will pay oil'
the claims mrahut her, which me small,
and relieve her from the grip of the mar
shal. The .lohu It. Maude will receive -onio
flight repairs to her upper works, and
have a golden anchor placed between
her chimney.?, and go In lor business next
week. So say thu St. Louis ahW-Ptm-aernl.
We learn from steamboat men that
the rapid caving hi or the banks at Island
No. 10 and New Madrid continues.
Sometimes 00 feet of the bank will go
overboard In a day at New Madrid. Tho
house are all on wheels ami tiro moved
aluiosl daily.
The lady who gave birth to twins,
upon thu wharf-boat, was kindly cared
for day before yesterday by several of our
good ladles, who rented a house,
made It comfortable and moved
her Into It. Iler sister being with her
to niii-so and cam for her, slie will i'
doubt be able to continue her Journey In
a reasonable time,
I IJenis
por
Pltty cents, al Whiter'
2-2:.tl
Cullery,
$10,000.
Teli thoiiinmi doiinr., wor(h of ,(If
at cost. I will commence Ibis day r,..
tailing the forgo and vahiahlo Mock ol
Rood, oonIs(iW of clothing. fodM f,,..
iiMHtig j-ootis, K,.lfs nirnljlilng gocl 1
tmidarddryynnds, fancy goods, Jewclrj ,,
;b'., at the old .land of Ifollhron A Well,'
tor ea'h at aetiml ,.t. So goods delh
erod until paid f,,r,
I will make It nn object f,,r nierehnnH
to buy the,,, Ko,l- J,,',!,',,,.; ,,,,, rr
cab I.i hand. In (pianiltlfstn suit.
I am authorized also p, recit've 1,1.1 1
for.lhe next ten days lor (. iircb.i'rt
hi hulk ol all that portion of said stool;
which shall remain unsold on the mon
ingot' March lllh. Now Is the lime t,
'"'.V' , , . (iiiiiuoi: Pisiikii,
Provisional Assignee of lldlliron As
Well, baiikliijils.
Cairo, Pob, .'I, 1S7II. :i.:nt
For Sale.
- A silver plated No. !I Wilson Shuttle)
.Sowing Machhie, hard (piano) lliil-l.,
Valued at JS.1. Will heMild at $-.0dl.-count,
on good term, and ordered dlrct t.
from the factory.
1000 sheet. 'of brislol hoard just n
celvotl at thu lli i.t.irnx olllee, and lor
sale to the trade.
- A No. ll Wilson Shuttle Sewing Mi.
diluo valued at $7.1. Will be sold at $1.1
discount, and ordered direct from thu
factory.
A"s?,'H) Kciningtou Sewing Machine- -$'M)
oil for cash, .Suitable lor tailor or
hoot ami -hoe manufacturer.
--Colored and mounted .Maps ol thu
city ol Cairo at $ M) each (halt price.)
MOPNTKI) MAPS .
or 1 111:
I'llv ilf I'rilrii.
colored and varnished, for sale al hall
pi lee (S2.MI) at the llt'Li.irii.v olllee.
Por tiny of the above articles, annlv ii
lie Itl'I.I.KllN olllee. !',. A. Uiminkii
ATHENEUIJ.
Tuesday Evening, March 21.
1111: oiutiiVAi.
MINSTRELS,
l mil r Hip .vtuii.n.'t'ini'iit of
J. n. H.AVERLY.
18 POPULAR PERFORMERS,
SELECT PROGRAMME.
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t'twn Unit ill tisulftif Iiml ""'I titttii ttii'ti'll '
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cliiinl iiml nttiir ui' nl tli" year 's:i, uml
fusts, h.Mut llicsoiillitti'slt rlyilonr of Dip mine
Inline, III lllt'l Ily ill I .llm, I, utility nf All Xltll
ilrr ami M.ilfnl Illinois, nn Uu' llilnl !) nt
.luiif, sn, M.iliiij I.. Cl.trk piiii'li'istil Ilie Inl
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niiinlr an.l M.ile. Iiixnl mnl tmlil lu Ilie niiint l
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I'.'l l.'inini !' Kiillni.'j.
wiim. Is 1 1 :l lin .lolm .lainis.
Ili.il raiil Mali a I.. Ii.uk lias iil-m usslKIUit
lur I'i'illlloatP nl iiiinliiiM' fur tlie ulsiti ile
pi'i ilnil lamls to Ilie iiiiili islniil, mnl tliat llitf
liiiii'.ifiiHli'iiiiiloii frnin koiI eale ulliorisl by
l.i - will fiiif nil llii'luilllli iliiyiif.liiiip, IS'i".
-.1I1I .M ill-ii I.. 1 l.irk, .11 tlio oiiine pule, forttie
-ulnii taxes, licl.lal Ilie muni' plmi' nil Hip ti'ii
tit Unlay of. Inn.', Is" I, ilili-liu.-iit Ilie lullioill X
iilliei- lot-., pilliultil in Hie foin III iwMltloil to ralil
( ilv nt' I nil u, In ralit I'niiuly iiml Mate, taxed
uml r.ilil us In ln -it I'm III, to-wlt :
I.otu, block. ImilniM' imiiie tuxisl unit sold.
il.Vi.' '- Uli A'l't VV, t JlurjiliV.
'Iliat ralil Mullni I,. Clark li.H 11I-11 niilKiit'd
lii'l fi'illlpalL' of iiinelia-e fin' Ilie ulime tlesi rUil
Ints In (lie uinli-1'iili.'iiiil, nml Uml tlie time nf
ii',liiii,tlnii from s.il'l sale, alln"l liy litw,
111 cxiihf mi IlieJ'Jil.iy nf.lime. Is7n.
.KJll.V li.VTISS,
Asslynci: nf imrchuser.
( Ainn, Ills. , MiiU'liJii.lsM. a-Iiwia.
Ncluiol l.iinil Nolo.
NnlliiilsliirebyKlvi'ii lli.it nil Friday Anll
Till, Ism, ill ivvn n'eloek, i. 111 ill Uu' limit
iloor of llm i niiit Iioiidc hi (.'alio, the lunlts's nt
.eliniils ii 'liiHiiliii Nil. 1 1. If-,,1 v't, 1"
Aleaii,leri'tiiiiil)'. will poll, ut iiutilli! aiii'lliiu.
tri'lionl lot Xn ten (l"l III lliehoulli-nut iiuarttT
nl nelioii li n (I"). aii'l InU iiiiiiibvnsl twenty
one ('I) uml leiil-eiitlit ('- tn tlii-Nnilli-euit
on nil r nf pttUnii Nil 1.1, In said t"W'lililt.
Ilie li nns tu' lUle lielnc nun lull' m-li ilnwit,
nml Ilie nlliei' naif (i.tjuldo In twelve niuntln.
ullli nu ieriTiit iuluitst, w tlh nen Ikw t ln
Unit miiiI, In Millie tlie ini incnl, in rnuircl ly
law In "lu ll fii-i-s. , ,
Ily outer ol'tliu Itonul nl Tiu-ltf "fr-elmoU.
' .lolivil. I.AS.lll.N,
'I huiipIiIji lieusiirvr
J t, 1 ut) IIS , M. 11 111 1', Is""- S-'J-wM.
r.lcctlnii Xiilloe.
c'lix- Ui.kiik's Okkkm:,
tAtlto, Ills., Man li PI, IT'i.
i
Nnthv Is hereby given Unit on Tuesday,
the 1Mb it iv of April, A. l. 18711. a yeacriil
eli'i'taiu wl'll Im liolitln tlie city ot Calr. ,
A'cxainU'i- i-ouiuy, Slate id Illinois, lor tit
den Ion ol tliu In'lowhn,' named city
olthii rs, to wit: n City Clerk, at It) '1 rea
tui r, a City 'Att'iney tuel omi A'deriiia.i
1 nun p.ii'li ward for tliu terai or two y r-.
Por tlio purimsi! nt slid id xtlul iil "
heniielieil at till! billowing ltaiiio I 'l '"
t -wit; In the ll st wardattlio A'liun"m't
,m the iveusldu ofComiui'ri.'J.i'aifiui'J l'
twceii ulv Ii and Snvcntli .tr.e!i lu t
- c .ml ward tit Ibu iii.;'ia 0U'"J ,"l.,,i
li iitfli and Heady lire cumi-any ; In lie tlilnl
wur.l ut the n.iKiao lioioe 'd the ll l"'i'
tire company In '" , '"""'J ua!-' .?tt
t'ouit llou.e.'m""" Hie Hi 'i d a t
rl,.relinu.. nl.l'i'0'i '"''' V' ! "
vvu t eninu- el TweiiD-hUlit. ""f
(',.11. al aveiitio. elocthm will
L? none lit elVl "v'"' '' "' 'e. ornii
li'SdSmt'iiiw el''" 0 COOK ,,w
allcrit nn nt lli'it ''-V" ,,
"ity or.lcml Hi" ',y?,'"?UA,, ,., ,tL.
W.M. FlIIIM'll Axt.KV, City -l"ik.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. xxuoiHi
l'luirletor,
lilNDF.lt AND BLANK BOOV
MANCrACTDRXm.
OuUhIIu Dulldtn. Cor. Twiinji '
iiuilWiililaiitcnAtwi".
O lro,
IT onntyiimt IUllroW'ora'. iclJtt

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