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NEWS 0? m CITY.
IVn n.NTl .s.-llomcmlwr the l'o;i'n
tl.m to-iiiorr.)v nl tho I'.mrt H'1""'' nt 1
o'clock ji. in.
A if,-r..u T,.virmr nil (VlllMlorclill IIVO
nun. nl AOm,!'. ol.l sMIlJ. T- l''rkor,
nuctioneer. .
rr.w ,11 , hifni mectlnir of tlic
Council will lW."'-'llffllt ' tlio now
roiincll climlt-
JJ.u.v. Titf rain, wlilch I'ognti to full
yulPInj-nfternooii, l again nt work tlil
evening " I51' ft rc'' t,,,s morning.
lU'isr. Husincis nt polleo courts lins
Ivt-n distressingly (lull during tlio past
ftir days. Jsomoin ric of "plnla ilrunk."
Tin: First National Hunk Unking
room is being filled up In line stylo. It
will lo completed in about three week.
C.MliO Sll.VEIS C'OIINET llAN'll. TIlO
Cairo Silver Cornet Haml mot last night
nt JuJgo Dross's olUco nnd discoursed ex
cellent music upon tlioir now iiistrii-merit-.
Jilt. It l fnld that the County Court
Jits coniiJered the subject of building n
county Jail, Tbero is not a county In tho
Male In need of njnll inoretlmn Alexan
der. wTilEy Have It. Mlsmnrk boor Is on tup
In several of the saloons of this city, and
King William' whisky Is nt plentiful as
Miicklcrrie were. Olll vior Juleps mid Na
poleon smashes are also populnr.
IIciuii.auv Lit Niuiit. Tho roiir
window of John Ilyland's homo was
broUn open Inst night ly n burglar, nnd
nsliet gun vitlucd nt $40 iwns ctolon.
Whllo the tlilcf was In tho net, Mr. Hy
lid woVoup nnd frightened him nwny.
"Tun Wak JJetwkkn tiik jtatkh."
Airs. Vnndevcntcr It now delivering to
lubscrlbcr Alexander II. .Stephen's second
i olumo of Ills great work : "Tho "War He
tweeit tho State" Sho Is nlio still can
vnIng for subscriber for tho tho book."
As In-vk.vtion. Onof tho prncllcnt
printer! of this city will oon villi St. Louis
to get a model of n jimchlno tvno-soltor.
He ha) nlio Invented a now plan of cases,
nnd n new kind of typo of such n peculiar
model that nn ordinarily fait typo can
set ulxmt 2,000 cms nn hour.
inn Coxve.vtiox. It is trusted that
every county in tho 13th Congressional
diitrict will lend their quota of delicate
to tho Convention on tho -1th or August nt
Metropolis. Ool.John .M.Crebs ami other
loading Dumomtlcnml Coiisorrntlvolead
crs will lo present. A boat will Icnvo
Cairo for .Metropolis on th 3rd. Let this
11 n grand rally of thu Democracy.
Tun .Stoiiu, A storm of wind, rnln,
thunder mid lightning )iaml oyor thu
city yesterday afternoon. Tho flashes of
lightning wero liitetnteiy llurco, nnd tho
thunder crashes very trying on weak
ncrviiA. Wo havo heard of no damage.
Jlio thermometer began to Indlcatu
modification of tho Jiitoiito hmt with tho
full ol tho first drop of rain.
WAHiii.voTo.v Mali, Uaui-..v, corner
IHli itrcct and Jutfurson avenue, protided
over uy clover .loliu acheel, will bu, as
Uiunl, onJSunday, July :ilst, open to thu
public; cool shades, cool beer, seats to ac
commodate hundreds, nnd n warm wolcomo
f jr all visitors aro among the attractions of
tlio place, hvcrybody nnd their wlfu is
invited. ot
fur - No.vwKiirn. Ki.mrmo CiiaikI
a.vji JUo.scno "Walk Is thu title of u
now medical Invention, which i en id to
ii comjilhh tho most mlrneulous cures. It
will bolntroducod by tho celebrated Dr.
Ai d. rsun, who will bo at tho Antrim
JIouw, on Wixlnesday next, August 3d,
nnd remain for one wcok only. Jtead his
nlvcrtiiviiicnt In to-day's paper nnd give
viu intuit h can. Jtoconici well
mended.
rccom-
At I'AiiiTAn.-JumeiO. Durir, formor
ly of this city, now of Memphis, is visit
ing l'aducah. He has lot tho bustle of
tho lllutr City to enjoy tho solltudoof our
neighboring city, wEcre thy m.i.cs 0r biifl.
ne.s do not disturb any pr.on, and ths
chief occupation of tho citizens Is to ",lt
nround" and talk politics. James could
not havo selected u quieter retreat tlmn
Padueah, and tho propvni.lt v of tho lnbt.1,1.
tanutotalk politics will suit ltnc
n . mi jiuihics a mining light 0f tho
jinm aiieu jeinocracy or Jlcmphii.
1'PlllAV i i II . ...
. j, ayor uuviamlall, .f
ivjina, wasat Jqnvsboroon Tucduy.
dipt. Hugh Androws, Shcrlir W. 0.
lUch, Jcfto -'nro nnj Charles M. Willard
Ksq's., are mentioned In connection with
tho LcgMhturo from Union county.
. AV Mu,m K"l - returned from
his twUrn tour.
-Prof. Just "Willlami, formerly of
lllchvlw, Ills., hui been appoints princi
pal f tho Charleston Acadamy, Mo.
K. II. Oswalu i: Co., )mvo on hand
hoveral of "Singer's" flno sowing machines
whicji will bo sold nt grtat bargain,, m
they will leavo the city in a few days
nlio two good ones at 50 and C0 each!
Persons desiring machlno nt'edle.", at 70
miU por doz, will do well to glvo thomn
call. Thoy will iflso dispoio of their fur
nituro and millinery goods, at their store
room, on Commercial nvenue, on .Monday
uftcrnoon nnd evening, August ht.
Jy28d4t
Ovi: iiiot-'MX" dojson lltion lintulkur
.Med. 200 loni; and squuro I'ulsly nnd
lfiiimcii-hii!ore shawls, dross-goods, etc.,
j p(r nl auction, every day, nt SeluilU's old
i .(niid. Commurciiil avoiiue.
' .,0(I0 Dol.LAIIH IlKWAItl) will bo paid to
nnv iiian vlu will sell linen goods nt
lower prions nnd give better bargains than
Dyus T. Parker i-now doing, morning,
nfternoon and evening nt thogrcat auction
ale. Sliultx's old stand Coiuiiierclul
avenue.
.Stf.MiAvllK.souT. Tho Flora (inrdeii U
the resort f a largeniimber of our resjiect-
able cltizcni, and nil of them bear high
testimony to thn courtesy nnd obliging nt-
tentlons of the proprietor, Mr. Fisher.
Arboi, ' fhndy walks, dancing hall,
shooting gallery, trn-plns, music, etc., form
apart of tho provision ho has mad for the
ploimiro of his visitor, nnd the largo
crowd thnt call on him show that his c Hurts
do not go unappreciated.
Tho Garden will bo open .Sunday July
31nt if usual, and nil well bohavrd per
sons uro co nil ally invited to call.
2t F. FISHKK, Proprietor.
Conni:cTiii. liTriio Htri.i.KTi.v, u fow
days ago, we stated that a colored man,
named llrnxton, lormrrly n resident (if
Cairo, had been arretted In St. l.ouls for
liorsc-stoallng. A letter from W. Loo,
Chief of Vollce or St. Louis, to ono of our
best cltlxpn, fnrnl-lies us with tho infor
mation thnt tho Hraxtmi arrested is not
tho llrnxton we stated. Tho Cairo Hrax
ton is now employed mi .Morgan ktreet, St.
Louis, In a barber (hop, and is, wu havo
good reason fur saving, nn honost man
and mi excellent barber. If nnv of our
friends, bniuir in St. lmk should havo n
still beard, wo ndvisn them to visit llrax-
lon s shop and get mi excellent shave.
UlllMII.Nd Til KM TO JUDOMKST. Klder
Brown, of tho Africnn Jfethodlst Cliureli,
nycry reputable colored minister, Is shock
wd at the conduct of thoso inembors of his
church who cnndalir.od thomselves tlie
other night by indulging in n light du
ring service, lie will h-ivo a trial of the
culprits to-night at his church. Tho diffi
culty Booms to have grown outof a misun
derstanding bolwoon Eldors Moltchom nnd
Slrothor. Mcltchom had Strothcr sus
pended from the ministry and, it is said,
tohnvo rovengo, this shojihord has incited
his partisans to charge that Mullchem has
boon guilty of improper conduct with ,n
siiterin mo cliureli. Outof this nuino n
fight: out of the light a law suit; nnd now
tlio Jtov. mown moves in nn attcniiit to
purgo ins cnurcii or tlio disgraceful clu
wont. Tilr. .Slrothor will nppoar for tho
defense.
MiKiso Pmojicct. Vt'fs publish to
day a communication from Mr. I). 8.
Orcon, in which ho proposes to organlzoln
this city a company for tho purpose of
working what is known as tho Kails
county mines of Colorado, of which ho f
tho proprietor. Mr. (irccn comes to us re
commended by te.tlmoulals of the uut
flattering character, as it man of h word.
of integrity j honorable, upright and an
ctccllont buslncM man, thoroughly posted
in tho mining bu-lness. Wo havo also
o.amiuud allldnvlt- of reionslblo parties
being In Colorado, which go to show that
tho yield t thn Knll's county lo.le Is from
ifllo lo$M5 percurd of quartz nnd that,
IT properly worked, It would return very
largo dividends mi tho money Invested.
This Is u matter which tlmso of our
clti.ens who deslro to Invest In a money
making surprbe liould Investigate. .Mr.
freen may bo found at thu Commercial
hotol,, mid hu will bo pleimud to givo all
iiiuiuiormution in ins poeiou respect
iiiu i'mici ne.
Cattlk Tiin;r (.u'Uuki. This morn
ing, .Marshal llniiibrlek iiml Constable A
Hold, alwayi. nlert In tho (lhclmrge of their
unties, captured a cnttlo thief, by tho nam
or John Huckle. Ho was at the market
houso with a yoke of black cnttlo worth ut
lean $100. Itiimbrleli thought llucklo
looked like u thief, and nuked him how
much ho would take for his cattle, "rift
dollars," said lluekle. "Thief, sure,
uioiign; iiamiirick. ami ho called in Ar
Hold. I hu result was, lluekle was Inforn
tfd that bo could not lake the cattle away
until ho had proved propel tv. He said he
would do mid turted up Tenth utrect
Turning iiji Commerelnl nvciiuo, ho beirnn
to run faster than a man after a witness
would bo likely to run. Thu ollleers. now
snurjieu oi ins glllll, pursilCU. Ilu was
seon at liallighvr's mill, and Arnold pro's
(1 n loeomotlvu into service nnd hcadod
him. (In tho way to Jail, hu broku and
ran, but n few shou from Haiubrlek's lil.tol
it.. ...
uaiicu mm. lie then madn a clean brcal
of his guilt, mid told tho olllccrs that tho
cnttlo belonged to tho Widow Jacobs, who
iitr nv mo inouiii oi uiear frevk, nnd
luni no goiii,iul them night 1-cforo last.
TiikIIi.anhvii.i.k Koad.TIio raducah
Ktntutkian fays: '-Tho gravel road to
Utlro has run into Negro Wool Swamp,
u.unu.m. iiinouu ii seems u comjiloto
"(Mure, aim somo oi tlio iinwiso citizens
of tho county, who Invcstwl money In tho
enterprise, havo h-arnwd to their cost
whatadilUcultthlngltlj t , a riMul
into such ii mud.holu as Cairo.'' Tho
Jilandvlllo road Is not n failure, as tho
many citizens of Dullard, who trndo In
Cairo, will testify. It needs reparation
somowhnt, in tilaces, nnd tho iiocetsnrv
work will bo done. f'..l rsi)isiu i...,a
shown enterprise and n desire to do somo-
tldng to sccuro the trade of Ballard.
while raducah, with characteristic lazi-
neuhud itingincis, has dono nothing. It
claims the tradu of llallard becauso It is n
bouthern town, and talks about tics of
blood and such itmr. Hut that won't do.
The llallard county fu,m0r, cannot bo In
ducodto).atro.,Zttsucj1Hnolll f
ke tas raducah by, uc,, talk M 21
gttlc, enterprising, gailt.fta Cairo ha hor
door wldo opoi), otluring barKainS at every
turn '
The Cairo Bulletin,
A MINING PROJECT.
A l'roKisllloii In (lie CHUcni at l'lro
-An Kxcrlleut Oiiiiorlinilly loJInUe
n l'rolllnble III vrilinrnl iltii(Hl
Slhonrn for VnmiK .Men.
To the lililor of llir? Cnlro llnlldln.J
Tlio Halls County Vines, on which a
company Is being formed in this city, N
situated on Quartz Hill, In illljiln county,
Colorado, and Is closely surrounded with
thu best developed minus of tho Territory.
It Is on the mountain south of Nevada
City, mid only a quarter of a mllu from
snld town, and Is immediately surrounded
on tho same hills with tho following well
developed anil good paying mines: The
fmnoii Hournugb (tho best developed mine
in the Territory) lays within throo or four
hundred feci of it on thu north j nlso tho
Kansas, Kgyptlan, Shaw, Alps, Forks,
Flack, American Flag, thnt aro now pay
ing largo dividends on tlio Invested capital,
besides many more that nre nut bolnir
worked for want of capital to croct mn-
cliiuory, etc. This Is regarded as tho
richest mountain in tho discovered mining
districts of Colorado.
Tho "Kails County Lodo" hni a crsjvlco u
littlo morothau throo foot wldo say, three
and a half, which Is moro than an ordinary
crevice, and it pays, hy stamp-mill process,
as much per cord ns did tho above-named
mines at tho samo dopth; nnd tho quart?.
mys a profit for working, frdm within
threo to four feet of tho aurfaco, nnd
presents therefore tho best ovldenco that
wo can havo of being a good mlno; for let
it bo remembered thnt a mlno that pays on
top novor falls to pay better below, nnd, ns
such, u mlno novor was known to run out
or become exhausted, but, in nil coses, grows
better as wo go deeper down. Wo have,
good proof that this mlno will ylolda very
largo profit for working, growing more
remunerative day by day as wo progress
in tlio development of this senm. The
part of the mines on which this company
is being formod Is threo hundred consecu
tive, feet, being discovcry-clalni nnd num
bers ono and two cast. Dtscovory-clalm
has two shafts sunk on It, ono forty, the
oilier thirty fool doop. Numbor one, cast,
has ono shaft sunk thirty feet dcop. Tho
parties working on numbors ono nnd two,
west, arc sixty feet doop and hare good
pay.
Tho quarts out of this mlno ;iiclds, by
tho stamp-mill process, from ono hundred
nnd fwo to ono hundred and forty-llvo dol
lars per cord. It costs from fifteen to
twenty dollars por cord to tako It out, Ave
dollars to haul It to tho mill and thirty to
get it crushed, giving a profit of from fifty
(Ivo to nlnoty-flve dollars per cord. Uy a
bettorprocoss (Dartola pan process) quarts
out of discovery claims yielded about fivo
hundred dollars per cord.
Tlio undersigned, who has had ton years
exiiurlenco in minim?, nnd can fumtihenn.
cluiivo ovldenco of his cnllro rosponslbll-
lty.de.lros to rai,o in Calm orMiiK and
nurchnso canltal on this mlno. Ono-thln!
of all tho money paid into tho hands of
thn treasurer will bo reserved ns a work.
ing capital and used In the erection of hoist
ing machinery and Improvement of tho
nunc, lor tlio beiicllt of tho stock-holders.
llio amount of momiy raised n n working
nnd purchaio capital shall not exceed
twenty thnimmd dollars, which shall rep-
reicnt stock to tlirco-foiirths tho estimated
Tallin of tho mine, tho other one-fourth of
thj Mock being n-crved us an intcreit In
tho mine for the bencllt of tho personal
owner or said mine. .S'ald stock will be
divided into shares of twonty-llvo dollars
each, and every stock-holdcr will bo entitled
t as many votes as he holds shares of
stock. It Is intended to take at least twi n.
ty of thu stooMmMors to thu mine whoso
expenses will bo paid, not out of tho com
pany s money, but by tho party making up
tlilx company.
It it liojicd that uvcry young man In
Cairo that can raise 'J.1 or more, will
look Into this matterundseothondvantngo
of an tnvotmont iu this company; and
hero I maknn proportion to whoever may
iiocomu stockholder In this company: that
I will work for thu company, as superin
tendent, fur ii salury of threu thousand
miliars tlio llr.t year. .Said amount to bo
paid mount of Ihecompany's prollts should
tliero hu us much as llftcen thousand dob
1.... sm ......... .1 I 1 .1. . . ... .
mi .ii nuiri'i tiiuiiiu iiie proms no less
than llfteon thousand, and not under
twelve thoti.and dollars, then I umonly to
navo two iiioiisaiui dollars; slioiild thev
fall under twelvo thousand dollars, then I
inn not to hnvn any thing.
All desired Information can bo had by
calling on tlio undersigned at thu Couth
ncmai iiuici. l. , UKKKN.
Coins, duly 'JOth, 18To.
RIVER NEWS.
AKHIVAI.M.
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Mllbrv. ilu
liuiiAceoril.Ht IakiIs;
Coininonu.dlli, do
OrnndTuwtr, do
Tlian-r. du
I.OIIC. illl
Allt-rt, do
A llHlier.l.'ipeUl'rdriiui Alldia, (Jooso Isliiadi
Idlewild, Etsnsvillv; Hbilvcr, New Orleans;
11 1.1 tir.ii. a... .-..- 1
'm , .n .,.., . viiii.-flavi. 1.1 rr,
DKr'AllTUKKd.
Dan Able, Culiiiabiis; Armada, 1'ailucali:
Hon Accord. M'd Citif!
mnnry, nn
.'iiiiu iu.u, luviiijiiu, i't- iiu.nvy, iiuuul s.iy.
do
AIdiH, Naslislllo: AlUrl,
Ilurk.vllle. Natkville: Tliarer.
do
do
do
do
to
A llaker,Cuii Girardeau; Octavia,
IdleHild, Evaiisriilv; IS Walls,
Ku'liauj;p, I.uulsvilli'i HHitrer,
Tho weathor has moderated Iu tempera
ture to 11 very pleasant extent undor tho
tiflucnco of n heavy rain and thundor
tonu which occurrod yesterday afternoon.
ho thermometor indicates 78 this morn-
11 K, and tho sun was obscured by olouds.
'the .Mississippi Is falling nt St. Louis,
but rising ut Dubuquu. Tho rise, however,
oes not promise to bo of sutlleUnt alio to
elloct tho channel dopth bolow St. Louis,
whero only six feet Is now roported.
I ho Ohio U again rising at l'lttsburir,
with llvo feet ton Inches water. Heavy
rains are reported nnd a coalboat-rlsu Is ex
pected. This will como very opportunely
I considering the closing of the canal nt
Loulsvlllo. There is two feet four Inches
I In tho chute' over tho falls, four foot on
1 Portland bar nnd four and a half feet at '
Walker'.. '
The Cnmborland Is falling, with four
feet scant on the Shoals.
Business hero is not sogood nnd receipts ,
aro falling oil.
" Tho Kxchango reshlppcd her whole j
cargo of 300 tons horo storing it on tho
new whnrfboat, and her cxpcriciico shows
that no greater Improvement in the re
shipping of furniture hni ever yet boon
msdo. Iler stages woro rigged from her
holler docjc to the second story guard of
thenwhnrfboht and hor largo consignment
of furniture stored, without tho possibility
of damage, where tho succeeding boat can
rccelvo It In, llko good order.,
Tho Commonwealth will tako nil of tho
Exchange's freight nnd probably about
200 tons in addltlom 1
Tho Idlewild brought u moderate trip
for reshlpmcnt south,
Tho Uaker brought 25,000 staves for Cairo
and a lot of limo for reshlpmcnt south, nnd
returned to Capo Qirnrdcau. Thoro seems
to bo a necessity fur a packet betwocn
Cairo and "tho Capo," at least during low
water, and Capt. Trove j has wisely con
cluded to fill tho vacancy with tho linker
Wo boltevo ho can mnko money in that
trade, and crtlnly ihopv ho will, ns Indus
try nnd ontorpriso deserve n reward. '
The! Commonwealth loaves for New
Orleans, this evening.
Tho Colorado Is tho regular packet fdr
"Vksksburg 'arid wny-pointt to-day.
Tho City' of Evnnsvlllo is tho regular
packet for Evnnsvlllo this evening.
Tho Paducnh packets leave daily, at a
o'clock p.m., except Hundny.
.!
Now Is tho tlmo to secure tho most
desirable rooms at the St. Charles at low
figures. D6ring July. Aucust and Sep
tember, a' large deduction from regular
rates will bo made. A fow woro day
boarders can bo accommodated at tho old
rate. Tho coolest and most spacious din
ing room In tho city. Jy7dlm '
-Tho Washington Saloon, corner of
Washington nvenue and Fourteenth street,
is Me placo to get tho best and coolost Cin
cinnati Lager Deer kept in tho oily.
Jy23dtf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
T
II K WONDERFUL,
ELECTRIC CHAIR
ad jVABrKTIO WALK,
lulruducfd l.jr Ir. ANHKHSO.f, of HI. Inl,
Carta tlie worst imsi or
KflralUQIQ nhOI imATICm
rfll Jt nilCUIIiaUblll
Wf Wiissii, OsraMSMla, f anral.
i ..nmniain.a ...nr.
aria. Hislstal Corao
iila, Afas, aic
DM. ANDERN03T.
Will tell lln who call upon liliu If II1.7 hae
.r iiimkamki
WIIKRK IT lit UICATEDI
THE DIUIAN UU OBtMNH AFFECTEIM
THE 1'IIOIirolNli CAUSE I
UVEKV HAD FEEI.IM1 THEV EXI'Ell-
and sll Hut wlttiuut asking ipictlout.
C'eiiHultHtlon Free.
at It: sisn KAIl nitrate Treated Its
tuasnetinsiiiirul ajttiiucr.
llr. A.N DEI WON Ruxranlces a cure in ery ra.i.
lio noiyoiidcmn until rou call and Ju,k-o (or
j mirsclr I
Dr. Anildfson wlltf at tho A.NTItIM HOIHE,
aim, Illinois, on We,li.r., Auiusl 3.1. IsTo,
til amain f. w. ....(. .1. "
N
OTICE.
Treasurer's Oir e, City of Calm, III ,
July illi. I7u.
Niitico la biirebjr Klrni lliat tin l.'ilr Treaurcr of
lio City of Cairo liula lMtruvld by lb Cily
Couuoil of said CUV. nut to raili-.m nr r,.li. if.
tinenioi any 111 H Mc,in. to ..Id City, uner
'.tiiilH-r l.t, nust, A. D. ls;o, uny order dntitu
nyilit.HTLl8raon lli Treasurer of .aid City,
tin. lllsIis'ailalllll..l..i tf s... t . 1 - r . . r
moo I'Um of aI(I city, or nny Tf'ury Htrrunt
(ir oihfr eviiirnco of cily in.t"Ucdiia! lfa. Ili.n
i lAllam,ireit coupons iM-emiiinu.luolieri-afu-r
for Ilia i;yiiienl ol liitorr.t nn t lit bonded
Indebtcdoeia of ih Cuy, unless sucli order or
inner mucin-, oj inni'iieunt ss nMTo sneciSed
Im nrst reentered Willi ml, I Treasurer.
Tlie cily Treasurer i nuwirnsrri 10 rrxlttrr
nboTitaJludvd lo at Iila nin, oiinier of ViIiIiik.
lull iiTemu nud KiL'liti.fntn tin .i rmt.t m . 1 .
ii.t ui.i-.niiuiiiK .'.luriiri. ill ..nv in,ij...if,.in.u.
u ri'njK 11.111. Illl'l iruill lll.l I1V1O0IC 11,111,
. , JiliKI'll II. TAVI.OIt
J)-"'' Cily Trrutiircr.
FOU EVA VSVI 1,1,1', I.OUIS
VIM.E C'I.CI..ATI.
TliofliHiftMincr
finuim Floyd,
t. pit viir..-tuniTii,jiaivr II. W.WISK, Clurk
WmiMvou.ilHne on Monday nest, August l.t,
'i'.l',!!11'" ' l'',"'aK;r atinly on board or lo
ii"" n. 1-im.i.irn, Ag'i,
N
OTIsL'E.
WiltaiiH. it Is understood tlml tin. l(.b..i
lillttca has not yet lieen able, lo in a lio a sMIsfiiu.
sory arrangement rur ine am and removal of tho
nresviit market huiiso biiildlnn ..w.ni....i i.. ..
resolution of the Oily Council of April 1st. hit
JOkIiW. Tbal lb Cll Mar.1,.1 Iu. ....I I..
llnalructtitlloaellthtaldbuildliiir.att.ni.ii.. .,jf.
... ..... ...... . . 1.1 . ... ..... . ,
liav ue betfn nrst ifen Iu a nuUin n.u .,.1
..--.H.-...... ...,,.., ...vuh jr, t.n.ii. IUUUI1IUI10I
tlio salt buluf Dial said building sliill bo remove I
llin li,l-r,lA,l ..I. ft.. ri.-.,.t.u. ...I.. ',.(v I
mini mi UMja,
ApiiruTca una iisi uar 01 Jiny. isin,
JlWKI'll Mc.M't.1., M-yo
;i.,Myorpro tem,
.Now, therefore, nolle is hereby given that I
will
IUV W . Ol A I
niKHrMliiblvaud reaolullon known at tkm Mpk.
Mv.tw pwv iiw uuHoiui i.ivrrru hi hi iiio iureL.o
tt lloute to th hiiheat bidder for
-vii(ir,VIIS (t VI 17114 RU
MICHAKL, IIAMllUICK,
City Marshal,
J)2ilodJt
THE PUBLIC.
I have Ihiadarsold inrenllro inturmt In ..
ronccro of tl, auiyth Co. lo KoUrt buiyih, 0
j-.iro, iiunoia, uaMspeat: ror in new firm of
eJ so liberally to U. Kuiyih Co, Creditor of
....vi.-uiiri.rii win ran iiiiou mo new nrin lor a
.vM.i-uiriii wi laeir ciaim..
iir.Kr.Anu hmvtii.
Ilflf III if mi tvitiBtiAjt Into rata I 1 - 1
Huiyth 111 .tho enacern of ll.Hnijtli A Co., Ohio
l.ee. Cairo, Illinois, th butlne.s will bo con
tinued at the old aland under the Arm num. r
II. HitiTth A Co., who
Iho old linn, and plAdgi
ellorttodcierro thopt
""VA pintle, or
re (hemitilvea in rnnwt
ill hi in fArnr an hlu.rall
atriUsAil II tin si i.A ti u. ..!. a. r
-"f 'VH tllV VVMVVIU VI . SJS1I V ill tx tU(
, . ., H. HMI
, hiMtTlI fc CO.
airo, ni.iuy in, isjh.
ly-.Mswit
July 39.
CIXCIMATI FOUNDRY.
FOUNDRY
a sn
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENSINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Mill Machinery of all Descriptions.
!fo. 248 East Ponrl Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
(71 deollyr
COFFINS.
yy c. Caky.
PRINCIPAL UHDERTiKEB
No. 13, Hlxth Street, Cairo, WImoU,
leon cnnilanl.'jr on l.sn.l
InrROhUnfilyofCrnap llrtd,s
at nnd unproved
Burial Cases
tho flntM and lit niMalllt
f iioh la iisn. Also rtarij-
uisdo
Woodfii
Coffins, Etc.
A lienrto sml (3nrrimM !
wsjsiti ri'adiiirs.s. lUlrClolli
Orcon llei. Gimp. Billion.
Uuld snd lillrcr Krlngt, add
n Mivrr M.rs, Varnish,
TBoli, Moss Tow, ChalM?ane
iriiIrinx-, ijiilf, clo.,eio
.Moss Mattresses
Made to Order.
ms)2l'lr.iii
XAULE TaM.
ZirCKKGIGIiE,
KY A CO.
EW1IK
ACTIO
MARBLE WORKERS
Monumental Designers
I.Hl'OHTKRS OF ITALIAN MAItBLE
aKOTt'lI URANITE, tc.
WAIIF.UOOMS AND WdllK HIIOI. COILSEU OF
TlllltD AND HT. ANN HTKKKTH,;
OlVMiMinoilO, ITy.,
MfiMiinints, Vault. in Stono, Mnnllcs,
ni.nsnip. ni Iciweit iTif'.
EiikIi.Ii, Crrmau and Hebrew Interior dua
. .'.i.iuii.i.. '... nn ui.'u Him auiHTiur BGri.
iu ill" i-'ni j ic.
Marble and lirnnlto Kinir. . I,r II. I...I a.n1n
tuif of Euroio, unKirtvd.
ah wiitk Euirniiii.i.
I'oril.'.lglH, llily III
( AHI, I.. THOnAS. Asrtnl.
corner i.ikiuii sireei au I commercial Atiiuu.
(has lilsuOin
LOUR COKMISSION.
JJAM.IOAY HltOTIIEIl.N.
iL
11
a
MJERCHAWTtt
I1EAI.KHI IN
FLO TJ R
And Aifenlt of
OHIO KIVKR AD KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
ISTcs. 70 OtZZO T.
ivb:
CAIRO ILLINOIS
.. D. Mutliuss.
E. C. U,
H Jt 'l'sl ITSVW j. atari
1VX JJM.,
FLOUR
SMtMtAlNI
(ilvXKKAli l'ltODUt'E
Commission Merchants
185 Ohio Lcvco, CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
flvv. datKollon given lo Uiotmrchasoandtsleof
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
!'' " 0I'"!J' U"nl lauk. llliou. lll.i W. Itl.l
f ,".!c.'" ?alloual Ilaak. Cairo. Illlnoi.
aiMiinir.. iiuiiira j i:n r,.,,i.u i-.
Co.. rn..r.r.,.i:"..'..
flucauo. 111.1 llaldwln i it " S"if ""
ii 7.n' ii. ...... rl -'."'""i -vM. nvruuaoii.
n ariflif " ' " W' -"'CI. HI.
Q w. jhi:e,
(Huecossor to Kallls, Orcon a Co.l
FLOUR AGENT
.And General
Commiuion Merchant
CAIRO, uau,
H. II. Avers.
K. J. Aywt.
A YKHh & CO.,
DEAI.K1IS IN
FLOUR
..And Oeueral.,
f?Ammiaain TUTU
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE.
1
mm
CAIRO, LT,INOTN.
imiDOin.
T
Mlh) Flltfi:,NIE-WIIEHIs
RI-XlUliAH CAIIlU AND I'AM.'CAII
I'AUKKT i
k Y.ohTHEitn...ti.,u n.r.'wiu.tAMs...trw
enif ra nd frtlchl.
on. coanncM at raanean wnn in lumberman
and TnasSc river sockets and the Ntw Orleans
and Oblo railroad. Kor particulars. pplr cn
board, or to K. 7. BUOKU&T,
l.astf Aasat at Ulro.
JkJEW TOW BOAT.
' The New Tw d Job Boat
ODD FELLOW
W. H. COULTER, Master,
It pr.jiarrd at alltlhir to do rll kinds ol low
Ins; and Jobbing on lb most rrasoaabl term..
Hd.l'U.rtfs t Cairo, Illinois.
mrlMf
boat stbitss.
s
AM WILSON.
KKALKII IN
BOAT STORES
GEOCEELES,
r o
islonai
110 OHIO LEVEE.
Osnlx-o Illtnolai.
ARCHITECT!!.
RCIIITECT:
WciiM retpcctfultr Inform (K citlivna of Cairo
and f icinuj "iM BUrptTrwru luiurouii
ORIGINAL DESIGNS,
trull rvuila and flMclteallon for Public Ualld-
ini, rrlTttaVsidtn:tt,and llrldetof allkliwls.
HMlal alttnlloa given lo Ibe Heiarallon ol
Drawings for
U. S. Patent OtBc
And also for all kind of Mill Manufacturing and
Enxioetrlag work. Hattatectloa raariatte.1.
ilrsre:lnilly solicited, OSes) No. II Tlx
loot meet,
o,
XXjXaZ
TOUN HYlsAlVO'N NAIsOOlV
V
la aitlit wltts all kiaisja !
SUPERIOR LIQUOPS
ON OMMEKIAIs AVEIfUE
IktwMn Eighth aad Ninth Htrte,
CAIRO, 1LLIH01S.
Thelhlmty, wlio lova gooJ llUor. sluld five
ii i m a can, ao mote wito waul a
FKABA2TICr AM
Caa hv their vast supph.4 at hi. bar,
JOHN CJATEA
Proprietor of Iho
Illlllard Saloon aasj -Sar Root
Til TliiiiAfl
alr Wa VSBASaf'
! CuMHterclalAve..
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
QENttY LATTMER
Ha frevl,(d
Popular Public Resort
Wll.r tha tlailor Bill
find Urge airy
implied with
room
BiUiTCLLK A5B riUB0XI91.lt TlBLkf
Corofortable teals, dtc, and akar aupalieU lh
and liiu. cigars, te., to U fouad In IMto.
Kvrylxly It Invited to call in aad "cool off."
j i. hit 1.1 rooiurr lo everv nxlr.
Jylitf ' "
um
rjpiiE
FIRST MTIONU BANK
OAIB.O.
BAN1KI, UVsW, ats-MtMaaiti
SJIIKaaT W. MILLER, Vlce-Hr.
C. If. MVmtUMi Cahlr.
Collections Promptly Made
ExckMiffe, eln, IlHak Ne(c
a uni( Htatca Heovri.
ItCS VsaMKllt aaa
Sola.
latent. Allowed m TIm DeIU.
OH MTIONL SINK
CAlg0i 1LLIH0IS.
capital . - 100,000
W. V. HALLWAY, Vtl4$mt,
A. U. lAVVOKB, OaahUri
WALTHR HYILer, Aaslttatsl Casklsv,
DIRECTORS.
Nlaats Taylor W. r. HallUar.
call Walt, Boat. . Caaalagaaai
P. . WIUIaatMa, tka Blrl.
A. B. Kaffari.
Xaxohanffe, CoIm nud
U. m. JlDHit RH;ht
Ies3oailtasa a
oal-sfirtaJt
win bit rtKUlsnr asnkov. IftTiftK Cslro mr
day (HutKlayaic.fiUi.l) al halr-MMt . I o'clock p.m.
Tlie Armaria is a ild.whvl stanir,
In Very Snixrlor accomfncJ.tloa. far bath mom-
...sac
UKNKHAI. HANKINU
mum
QKEE At ai.in:iiT,
ATTOItXKVS AMI COUXCIllil.OHS AT
LAW,
Tllllam II. aren, )
William It. (Jlllierl, I S'AIKO, 11,1..
Hllra r. (Illlicrl, J
hpcclslHlMtiticn glcu In Ailiiiimlly hih! iimiui.
bom business.
Oalc on Ostlotifc. lloom 7 and
. otr Illy WaltotiMl slunk.
LLE, WE1III A. ItUTI.Elt
A1T0RNKYS AT LAW,
OSMra In Bros' Nassr HulldlMR, s ol iii r
f 11th Nlr, mill 4'oraini-i'clnl Ate,
W.J. AUn. 1
H. WaUaa W.bb, I CAIRO, ll.l,
Ia. s BtttUr.
PBTSW
HUMItlKVKIt, .n. !., Cairo.
ItESlPENCK Comer of .". vpntli i.ii.I
Walnut slrret. OFPICK-On tVnmii'ri'inl mvini.'
e.r III I'ostofflrn. (IKKIOK H'll'lf-Prom In
sm. lo VI in,, (Handays ctcojilwl), and from Hit
I', Hi.
WILLIAM It. NMITII, M. I,
IIKHIDEXOI-Nc VI. TliliKcntlihlreo
lictirccn Vn"lilriton ATcntie tnd Wnluiit HIM el
OKFI0E Vin CoiiiiiicicIhI Acniif, iii stairs,
c.
W. IHJ.VMXU, .M. J. ICcm.
lliEXCII-Conier Mnth and Wslnut HI
UKFICiv-Oornrr Hislli Hlrrtl an.l Ohio j i
OFFICE HOUUHl'rnin V a.m, lo I! m , nti.l
fauin 3 to C ji.Iii.
tami
rjIIE CHEAP NTUItftL'
- Millinery, Fancy Goods,
Etc,
MRS. C. M'GEE
Invites aiioclal attention la her uri.mt .1.,, !
Blin lis a full lie of
KILLENERY GOODS,
HOSIERY, MOTIONS,
KID OLOTES.
rVemcH's MIm' Htid C'lillsJrt'ii'a
FINE iBOOTS,
And a llioosand oilier thins;, llial rannol t rnu
tner.lclln an adeillsrinrr,l. Mini. dtt-TllllD' 1
lo il.t.rt and maluuiti for lur rtubil.i.in.ni
thn name of
THE CHEAP STORE.
llerroodi ara Ireab. t.a..i,ablaiid fAablonaUi
lie win kit jon morn ror ina "tine
iv)on more, for tha tine amut iil i f
snoney I ban any other store In town.
Until v ou call on her nciall If
i. Min i i.uy
oil ant mil.
llnery Ko-ls or olnui . and i
thn.. .
tu rn tlui
mlif Ll'MDLi:.
S. WA,Tr;
DEAf.EK
LUMBER
flTIRT DKlKMIFTieX,
Lath9 Shingles and Cedar Posts
ORDERS SOLICITED
STEAMBOAT LUMBER
I rL'KXiaillKB OS HIIOHT MOT1CK.
OBNKH CONML'KCIAL AYCMI.'
AM) TKNTII STUKn1,
CAIRO, IliliFtfOJfc.
THWlc.TO.V,
.ue.i.i:h IN
BLINDS
WlKfROW GliAlHM
SHINCLES
LATH AND LUMBER
..oki ici:, ou..
TENTH STREKT
Between Commercial and Wash
ington Avenues,
CAIRO, IljlflWOIft.
AseiiaM for Hoik Hivvr Ipur
C'owpnny'a Nkfiif lunar Felt mid
HUr(X 4)SUHt.
II. W. Johu'n Iinprovvtl Bsxif.
liiyHlwwya on lmiicl.
rjlO UAH CONllMi;Khi.
F. S. MURRAY
Near the Corner or Klgata Street aud Com
terclal Avranr,
Has supplied himself with ojio'of I. MuPonaid
1 ' Cu.'a
iNb'AL.L.ixuiu
Meter Testers
ril.rfl..atl.Bed with lh reKlsUrius of the'r
M..i...... i,.v.thin Ii,.Im,i. irih. metera
are found Irua tha small espenso of the us I will
b charged to loepariy caumugiii 11 iiif
lmjdJoMorwJwunarajwiii
pARMS.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
FOR NOTHING.
a gw..nii.inn w.th full and ftccurato wjjlana-
sTliSStiManv Mrioa ouohuudred '
acr. olfl?hyfa.ng laud for nothing, tlx month
ffiSSU&VttoS!. nd In Iho richest and j.iost
i" - "-'ail. ir iusan.l IWH eUftLliDff lUlli iU
nroduniiTa Dortlon of the ureal tvcsl. II you
CMtomXr"niigratlon send Kiftv Cents 'lor
this work. Yon will naror regret it f
DUORS
AH
M. IS. Mayaartl,
HI, I.OIIIH, Mil,
arHINfJI

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