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Office, 225 Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall;' Editorial' Rooms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store
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, , , WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH IT, 1860.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
, n - '.( "! ' ,v,1 i.1 r;.' i. ' ' Si.
. St 1 .1
OFFICIAL I'AI'KI. OF COUNTY A.l CITY
THE P11011A11LE EXTINCTION OF
Till:' NEGItO HACK.
TIjo jinbaldc iiltiimito extinction of the
A frit on rare in America is just now cjtciting
considerable attention. A well informed ex
change uy tliu negro nice I actually van
hiiing like u bliiek frost beneath n vertical
s :n. Another aver tliut there I not in nil
t'lfl couth a ulnglu county where the black
:.ro much more thnn half as numerous as they
r.ere while slavery oxlstod, and tho decrease:
is not accounted for by emigration to northern
We have In the north daily evidence of
''10 'rathial but sure ditnuntiticn of this race
of tieoplo, They are the inevitttblo victim
of all the contageou and lethiferous disease
t'int .tveeji over tho land. Throughout thu
whole northwest they furnish tho fuel upon
.Mth t!io small pox is feeding, and are sniit
U dvn by thousand by pneumonia and
rich dise.ie. a are peeullar to tho localities
t'l winch they locate. North and south they
t'. r ; in in iltitudm t the lare oltlo, Whore
I. y aru dr.veti by their tsovorty and bcatly
i' 1.' at. tis to low, dark, noisome under
ground aboui-a. In those wretched liatints
f- in hand to mouth" in a deuth
1 air:-; nMn pln-re, creeping with vorniln
an J r -k.nir with tilth. Attackod by diene
tiicy arc urn. a red for, and die by hundreds
r' i u .t. ( U that would readily yield to the
l 1 I' t.iiiJ iheaH:t retnedie.
'1" 1 rt 1 ,ry rr-port f veral southern
title furm.li startling faote in this connec
tut. In two titie where the black Ktiln
t. n Is two. seventh of the whole number, the
..-.ortulity I four-sevenths, or seven timet
"eater than anions the wliltej. In this city,
a . the iifgrge form atajut otiu-flfth of thu
population, there are two duatlis nriiofi! them
f r t ry on .i-mm,; the whites, showing that
with equal chauees for life, their mortality
1 x :els that if the whites a ten to one.
"Wl. .1 l'r ident Lincoln fulminated his
nr. ijiatkdi priK-lnnutfon, this very result
as j red! ted by all the loading domocratiu
r-.iters of the land"; but the radical jiresa,
t eked "treason'' in res-vonse; sworo that as
cf :ihii and women the black would llonr
, aa.lt'- mid Ul..iu useful if notoriia-
ct.t ti member of society. Now that the
.fT nndfnlnhl-- fnet aptienr that frttdom
j ( i iiushi'Mus reu from the fncu of
" r rt' t'lM urc calling fur the adoption of
. r.i 11. tu arrtt the alNriiiing futnlity.
t N' w Vork 'TribuM:' uThe uman-
t 1 r are dying out, ar.I the fact
" ' " r.ij -Jly uptfSMaiiIn; extlnetinn is
tii ' t xbfbiteH by tit? ni.-st cenu."
A I f ' H tW. who I to blame? Tin-
1 .ilji.ty' Unt for tin-illvery-tongued,
4 . I'll ib vils of that organization, bun-
lc b ( f thousand of thj negrtw would have
:na t ti.i, p and cuutntttl, at thir eld
- - w they would have leen
r j t ik- ri eara of, und beenof Service
i ' uj building of th" protrated outh.
It .t ral. ,tl interferunott, radleal hateof outh-
'li v..t. 11. .'!! radical dejiru fur QiUce, tiWvA
M11 1 siii 5Ht: for their old iu;iMr, and
'.Atttred tbeiiias wandering vagnbtimU, lof-
-. a'. l pauperii throughout tho wholu coun
try' On the radical mrty, then, rests tho
terrible ri-npniitiMllty for the rapid strMiii
1 n ii ly r.a J' by the negroes towards iiicvid
)i'e extinction I
ASTor.vnixof kkad asd qvivr.m
"i.miir oi'T" A.vn savk riwu.
L'ntil rnontly we could nt pursuade our-
elve that a tingle line of the fools wh. for
x lartt'r of a century huv beea pn-diutiag
th-j washing away of C.iiro. hail escaped the
mller. We aroKiitUlled now that at leat our
Mcuped. He Is in .Memphis and on the Uth
iiutiiiil betrayed lilmselfin the publlilinJ or
respombnee of onu the daily pupers there,
Intigated by a mulignity that is a futilx
u fuolish he gives public exprestlon to the es
ploded folly that thero is a probability that
the Misiis.ippi will cut through into Caehu
river and ttart (Viro on an island, or wear a
channel through the territory of Missouri,
sad locate Cairo sixmuVj iitlamll
There is nut a sensible man in christondom
who belUves in ibjirobubUUi of any occur
rence of the kind, Tho idea is supremely
ubsurd, and liittead of exciting serious atten
tion In well Informed quarters, it will .
meet tho ridicule it deserves as una of tho
reundles conception begotten of a spirit
that inspired Dickens when he wrote f the
sight and scenes at Cairo in 18(2. Tho chan
nel of the Mississippi is subject to control
here, iw elsewhere, and the abrasions
f the waters can Vo und have been effectually
guarded against. This ia a demonstrated and
demonstrable fact, the adage about tho It
ene of the Mississippi to do as it pleases, to
the contrary notwithstanding, Its inroads
have been checked with the greatest facility,
and the direction of the current controlled at
The climax of absurdity is capped by thu
conjecture that tho Mississippi will ultimate
ly turn itsolf into Cache, and leave Cairo on
:n island t Contrary to the natural tendency
of confluent water courses, tho point of
junction in this case will movo at 11 single dash,
six miles up stream. The mouths of con
siderable rivers sometimes wear down stream
but up stream nover. And then, tho idea
that the Mlsidsslppi river will crowd Itsolf
into the narrow channel of Cache, abandon
ing it broad open channel that lias a decided
fail, for a contracted, terpentine, one that has
110 fall at all, is very luminous, U in fact very
lirilliunt! It the wearing of the Mississippi
oliould commence ami continue, as this corre
spondent affects to think It will, until It cuts
through to Cache river, why that iniignifl-
cant strn-jWilljBmpty Itself Into tho Mlssls-S
Mppl r '-very clli.en of Cairo hopes It will,
and that will bo tho end of tho matter!
Thu waters of Cache river will accept tho
channel presenting several Inches moro fall
than their own, and Cairo will not be harmed,
but benefitted I
And that M(s?ourI ''dodge" of tho old "fa
ther of waters I " For many weary mile
would thu old fellow have to plow his
way through solid terra-Anna, most or nearly
nil of It moro derated than thu site of Cairo,
but then "he does as h pleases," and may es
say tho job I During tho past two hundred
year he cut away three hundred yards in
that direction, leaving nnly gCTcntfren miles
of firm ground as an obstacle. At that rate
of progress tho entire cross-cut will bo
made, (If nobody dumps in a pile of rocks
and stops it) and Cairo left tlx miles Inland,
in 20,400 years I Mot astounding fuctt Fear
ful conclusion t ''Let's cut dirt," and "ske
daddle." I'.Vf 'LA I.MKI) KSaLlSIl F.STA TKS
run 1 uo,ooo,ooo poi'Xds hteiilisg
The readers of the 'Uullotln' have no
doubt frequently ob-erved nn advertisement
in New York and other papers, stating that
150,000,000 pounds sterling wero held in Eng
land, for unknown heirs, etc. Hundreds of
the heir were known to live in Amerleal
This was enough. .Straightway thousands of
Joneses, Hrowneses and Smithses, who could
trace tholr lineago to English parentage, con
cived it possible that some of their particu
lar stock had shu filed off and left undevised
estates thut-had been awaiting their orders
for decades and probably centuries. Conse
quently, English attorneys, so-called, who
advertise thcmsklvcs as experts in the nutter
of unearthing genealogical tret, arouvcr-run
with business. Jones wants his car looked
after with vigor, and, accurdinir to J. V. Hon
jamin the ex-rebel ecretary of state, who Is
now practicing law in London, these experts
generally adopt the following mode of procedure-
'The usual moJe of prcwdure adopted, " by
tho Impo'ter. "ay Ilenjamin," I to proposo
to undertake tlh' business free of expeiite, thu
proposer to receive only a share of what may
be recovered. This seem i reasonable that
in tno't cares the dupe readily swallow the
bait. A short time afterward he i informed
that all inquirii and researches have result
ed favorably, and that nothing I wanted to
iiii tl re surge's except the cot of s few copies
of records and other papers, and that the pro
poser, having already incurred great expense
in conducting the neccusary Inquiries and re
earche, 1 left without resources at the very
mmeut when n few pound would tuflico to
secure thu fruit of his labor and expenditure.
.Many are the victim from whom sums, vary
ing from J0 to 500, have been thus extract
ed;' and tho numbr of persons engaged in
this system must be very great, and tho sum
received by them very considerable, if at all
in proportion Ito tho number of letter re
ceived hereon tho subject.'
Mr. Henjiimtn alo reminds tho who
claim are to lauded estates that no alien can
Inherit land in England, or even take It by
will ; and further, that as land thero always
decnds to tho. oldest son, no title derived
through a younger brother can bo good in
A BUSKS TO BKJIKMKDIEP.
Fraud, corruption, stealing, swindling and
all kind of vtlliany have held high carnival
at the national capital so Jong, that we uro
prone to unduly laud and extol uny officer of
tho government thero who betray u purpose
to honestly dlschargo his duty. Ilorie, tho
secretary of the navy, his commenced right,
and although his simple duty demanded that
much, wo say "well done Doris."
Ono of tho abusos which will claim his early
attention is tho manner In which disburse
incuts aro made In Europe on account of our
nary, For the last fifty yoars tho banking
house of Baring Brother, in England, has
been receiving deposits from this government
intended for disbursement on account of our
navy. An old law requires the Baring Broth
ers to acknowledge tho receipt of money de
posited wl.'a them lixty day after It Is placed
to their crodit. They receive the money now
within a fortnight aftar it leaves this coun
try, o that they havo tho money tiyo or ix
w ;ek before they become responsible for It.
For all money dopo!ted with 'them tho Bar
ings pay interest at the rato of four per cent,
per annum, and for all money thov pay over
and abovo the amount on deposit thoy charge
interest at the rato of Hvo percent, per annum,
A, statoment made out tn tho Troasury for the
fiscal yea,r ending Juno 30, 1803, shows that
the United State government paid tho Bar
ing Brother. $115,000 for disbursing $3,000,.
000, and the amount paid tham averages $100,.
000 evory year. It i probable that a finan
cial agent will bo appointed from this country.
"Little Wotaug," in Pulaski county, isn't
a true a (tool in her frlondshlps. Witness
the following from the Mound City 'Journal :'
Tho man who runs little Wetaug precinct
iu this couaty U a mystery. Two years ago
ho was to infatuated with Sloan that he in
dstod on giviug that worthy, gentleman a
complimentary vote, thcugh he was not and
would not be a candidate at that time, conse
quently ovory vote polled In the precinct was
for .Turtle Sloan. List Tuesday every voto
polled In the precinct, suvo one, was again;
It I telegraphed bv "A ' " "cable that
Oeneral Duleo has Iwi.i orb)' 4 t" "pend
all execution of rinn.trr. T' '' Judi
cation that Spain u ; ;'lu,( clvtlr.. 1. It is
tho first tlmo in hur '1 . ; ri "(en
willing to pay the pr. ''44 V. .i!.Ut di t i
suvo the life of a c In . ., It V 'n ltcates
that sumo new pot ii -d with
roforonco to the J ' '.dei""
of Cuba cannot b i
Contributed by Mr. Molllo Me to tliu.Soclul Ollering.
Much lian ben wriltfi) nnl morn' hi been mM,
On the "beauty f wlnosi" nnl "ilw droin of
tiricf of the living ami Jojh of the dcivl,
Aro the tliemixi that our jeti have itremil o'er
lllllow of trouble Juvi broke at their fect,
And their liot Iim Iktii Wrecked h?ie thebrenk
Tsnglfil with hea.Hpeil hroinl that r meet
They we re lot to the lht tw the ware rollnl lie-
"Our hte are not numbcrcil by jcarv' was the
Of the tianlwho Vsa EnKlnnd't lllilitr(ou on;
fadneianl mirtli.and thcliangei lUty wrought,
Might tmnnforni all our lire a no ywiri emild ham
Life ii too real to hIi it la vain
Thonjh th road nuy Iki tonnyand reeky and lone;
'Tti ptWumotii often, that (five 111 the twin
Kiil'iabled tho eeho, fling kuk oery rrtme
I.i r to Tinr M)iinet the -ih nf reieret,
Wemay ive in bright thought with tb ihral of
Oofxl may IKin, and jwar-e e inn) irn,
That will lait when the "rld 1- ri" long, r at -tr f".
Cairo, March 1C, Wi).
SE WS PA It A Git A PUS.
fVillated from our latent teloratii" 1
Itniiirat 1'or a Itrcnuiiltloii or Culm.
Col. Stockton, of Pennsylvania, has arrived
at St. Marks, Florida, from thu camp of the
Cuban Insurgents, with an niblre from the
revolutionary Junta, signed by Gen.Cespede,
asking fur recognition, and giving numerous
A Hprek of War.
A AVa'hington correpndunt says there is
quite a stir In diplomatic circles over thu re
port that Mr. Sumner ha a very strong
speech ready on the Alabama claim', holding
that England is reponible for tho prulonga.
tion of the war. It is rumored that the Eng
lih minister bus ascertained the drift of the
seech, and declared that it looked like war.
Drrstril IIok Srlaril.
About 2C0 begs already dresed woruseled
at Hudson river depot on Saturday by the
sanitary Inspector and sent to the rendering
dock, an exumlnution haviug.shown that they
weru'ull more les- difeosed. Over four
hundred carcaes came In tho same lot and It
is bell'.ved thu most of them have been thrust
upon the market.
New Hampshire Klrrtloii Ktiirii, V.c.
A disintch from Concord, dated ye.itrrday
evening gives full returns from ull but three
towns, which give Stearns for governor 35,
700; Bedel 31,990.
In the mornin.of the same day the ther
mometer stood at zero.
DEGEXEItA TlXG INTO WOLATIH'.
' It is asserted with a show of truthfulness
well calculated to enforce conviction, that In
certain portions of the south, the negroes,
unretralned by salutary laws and disregard
ing the form of civilized tociety, are rapidly
reverting into barbarism. ' . .
, During the recent Protestant Epl-copal
convention of Louisiana, the growing moral
depravity of the negro was freely discussed,
and deplorable facts, viewed from a religious
stund point, were brought to the light. The
reports, made unutlicially by the rectors from
the country parishes, concurred in represent
ing a horrible state of affairs us existing
among them. It was stated from personal
obervation and knowledge, that they are
abandoning any and all semblance of Chris
tian worship thnt may have bceu taught them
and aro lapsing into absolute Idolatry, fetch
ism, voudduism, and the worship of snakes,
lizards, and toads. This does not come from
Irresponsible seurces, but direct from the lips
of the clergymen of the Episcopal church,
and Is entitled Id implicit belief. They ay
that tho negro orgies are savage, indecent and
A school has been established in tho Cali
fornia State PrUon for the bcnellt of tho un
lettered. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
. P. AYHK-S. K. J. ATKKS
YKKS & CO.,
C O .V M ISSIOK M E II V II A A' TS,
He. 133 ObliLiTst,
Estate 0 Eunetia Candee, dectntttt.
The unilersigni-d Iutidk been apiMiinted executor
of the last will ii J testament of Kunnti
Candee, lato of Ih county of Atexandtr and HUIa
of Illinois, drceaaod, hereby gives notice that he will
appear l fore the county court of Alexander county,
at (he court house la the oity of Cairo, Illinois, at tho
May term. 00 the third Monday in May next, nt
Mhloli time all persons having claims against aald es
tate are notified and requested to attend for tho pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All persons in
debted to said esute are requested to make itiiineill
ate payment to the undersijiiel.
Ihited this 17th. day of March, A. I).
marlT-Cw liKMtV Jl.CAMIEK, Exooutor.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
1 AS' I N'STON',
(Hucressur to John Q. Harilian A Co,,)
REAL ESTATE AUENT
ATJOT IQ3NT 3B 3D 3E1. .
Ilnya anil sells Heal KsUtti. pays Taxes, furnishes
Alnir.-V'ti of Title, and prepare Conveyance of all
kinds. OOi.T, .No. TSvsd lloor, Ohio Lovec, marlSlf
JOII N W. THOYKU & CO.,
Kintl llstnte, JJowd tmd Stock Brokcrn.
W II utleml fo'th paVinenl of Htate, County and City
Tiis-i..Aiid M tuislnesi uerUlatiiK to a UK.NKIUI.
''iomtii S r.tKKT, ueond door from dim. Ave.,
" Cairo, IU.
AX SALE NOTICE.
KAIK I. 1. a.aI.u itUi.ii ti nit horanna llifnrpltlll. It II a 1
sJII-- 1 linVOI Si .r ia aw . a j" - - -
IS IM'I anil- l'lll' S-' "-
ttr ilescnU'il, that John Q. Harman did, on the 2.th
day of June, A. I). 16H7, at a nubile salo nf lands and
town lots, for the taxes due thereon and unpaid for
the year A. I). 1800, and costs, piircha? the follow ini?
dewribed lands, a.sessed, laxe.1 nd sold In your
names lor state and ounty purposes, at and for the
several sums set after each of said tracts, to-vrit:
To C. Roadnlght w hf a e M, T 14s, It 2vr, for V W
samo .... ni n r . -
same .whfnwW, " " for 6K
same - M....whfwa6, " " for i'Jl
sunn ehfnw2S, " for JW
same oiifvf35. ' for JW
whfnnU. " for JW
To Louis M'ltave wlifie 10. T 15s. It 2 w, for 4 01
All In Alexander county, Illinois ; that the several cer-
tincates 01 piirrnae lor saici tracts 01 lanu naie is-en
duly assigned by said purrhaser to the underslined,
and that the time for the redemption of said lands
from said sale will expir on and with thu iltli day of
Juno, A. V. 1863. C. WINSTON,
Algneeoi Jonn. narinan.
Cairo, III., .March !, ls,9m .
rjlAX SALE NOTICE.
Notiee is hereby given to I. II. Heylln, and all other
iK.r-f.il. nitnfYtil. thnt at .1 tiiililie s.tle of lallils. held
nt theoirtirt Initial, in the eity of Cairo, Alexander
eoiinty, Illinois, on the2Itli day of June, A. V. 17.
for the taxes n-eed, levied and unpaid for tate and
eoiinty pnrpo-e., for the )eir A. l. lsf-, anil eols
irieren. 1 i ame me purena-er "i ine lunoninK in
crilied trivets of l.nd for the several sums of money
set next after eai-h of -aid trets, to-ivit :
One aere o side nf n wqr n e qr, ec 7, tp 1 1-, r Iw. for
the sum of S3 92.
V t jr of iih qr, sec 7, tp 11. rlw.fnr i''i.
K lif of n w ijr, 7, tp H-, r I, for Sll SI
N eir wqr, see 7, tplli, r l, for 87 SO.
Lyme and li.n In Aletander eountj. Illinois, and
havinij Is'en ases-i, taxivl and -old in the name of
I. II. Iletlin: and thsttlie tlmo all'ivrVnl by Imv for the
redeniition)f said binds from said sale will expire on
and with the 7th d it of June, A. I). li.
Cairo, ilarrh 15. 14a-d.lt (.'. WIN.TO.S.
A AX SALE NOTICE.
Notiee i.llerel.T j-ivrtl to all person, interested, utut
pnrtieularly to (.. W Green 1 Co.. that John Drown
did, on theJ7tll day of June, 1J'7. at a puNic sain of
lands and tow 11 lots held nt the court house in the city
of Cairo, Illinois, for tho taxes ase I and levied fur
tcte and eimntv purjsnea, for the year A. I)i lsVW,
purvhase the filloo iiik dcaoribed tracts of Unci, l .
TheneiirseelJ. tp H, r3, for the itimof IU l.
The tiwqrcV3, tp Ms, rZ. tvt the sum of 311 lit,
In Alexander county, Ittltiols. the same hvl;i U-en
I, taxed and aolil in the name cfC. W. (ireen
A Co.: that the certificate of purchase therefor has
been duly M.ilj-n-d by snid John llrown to the under
signed, and that tho tlmo for the redemption of said
bin !' f , .,i,d "lie wi'l expire on and with the 27lh
dav of June, A. ll. 10. C. WINSTON, Assignee.
Cairo, March 15. tSiJ-nt
AX .SALE NOTICE.
..Kill e 1- 1 r. ij Klii ll "inti .. . tiinii. '
other person- interested, that John f. Iliirinaii illd.on
theXth da) of June. A. O, ISS7, nt a publle sale of
land-. he. ut the court house In thu city of Cairo,
Illinois. f,r the I ixe for sittn and county purtos for
the vear A. I). Is, pun'hue the follnmug di-serllsil
Imi.f. .e.l i.nnl mid sold in the n.imo of the said
.. . 1 ..1 T..I.K L- tt...ifti n ... I tn tal I
John K Plinth, to.wit .
The n w o.r si." tn, tp 15, rSi, for the sum of JIT ii
TIIO II III SW qr SIH' ivt l r w, oil ill" "iittwi V
.......... I. . .1.1 lnn.tA. lll,,l..l..
I.ailln leei "iih III -tii'i ,.nr-.ii.i.-i .i.iiii.. . ..........
lUatssl'l .ii-eliaer has duly assigned his certificate of
i.iirohH.a of sui.l lands to the undersigned, and that
thetuno ulloei by laur fur tlin reletiiption of said
lands from said sale f lit expire on niid with the JOth
uay oi J one, a. ii. ii-.i, v, n i.s-ji.a,...iijnrr.
Cairo. Mart h IS, lsro-d3t
Notiee is hereby tlien toall (mtsoiis Intcre-tiil, anil
nmro particularly tlieper.ons namel lron'tsn'ii rnwi
oflanlnnd town or city lot ln'relnuftcr de-iTiUil. in
whoe names the siiine were assessed, uxed ainl .."Id,
that I did, on the VMli day of June, A. I. 1T. at n
public sale of lands aud too n and cilv lot., held nt the
court liou.e, in the city of Cairo, Alexander county,
Illinois, for the t.ixe. n-sr-ed, levied and unpaid
thereon, fjr slate and county tnirpi-e, for the )enr..
I. ISJ, and eots, purrhase tlie following dcMTild
land, and town or city lots, to-wit :
To W. C. Klnnev's helr Vest half Msilhwest quar
ter, .1111011 6," township 19 south, rung" I west, for
Tons Itittlsjirld Lot in. Lloek S, city f Cairo, fur
511 70. J
To 11. (I. Dulox Lot l7,li(.'k'J7, rlrsl l.lili'n tociiy
of Cairo. f-rJ7.
To II. ii. Ilnilow l.oi W, t.ti'k 27. fir-t lehlitioa to city
of Cairo, for SIS 30.
TnJ W. IVter-on Lot ?, hloek 81, flrt aJditiou to
city of Cairo for l30.
To I. Clime Lot 15, bhn-k W, first addition to iNty of
Cairo, fr t7 : , . .
To I Oirrle Lot lit, Muek "7, first addition to city of
Cairo, S7 W
Tn Taylor Parsmia List 3, Mock On, t)rt addition to
city of Cairn, for Si lu.
To Taylor A Parsons fit 1, block OO.flr-t iiddllioti to
c ity of Cairo, for ja H'.
All ill .aid county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
and that the lime allowed by law for the redemption nf
said lands and rilr lots from said sale, will expire on
and with the i&ih day of June, A. 1. Ha.
Cairo. Mareli t.l" a-l;li
DRY GOODS, ETC
j II. CUNNINGHAM,
Wboles.t)o aud tteluil Dealer in
X IE1. 3T sGy-sOOI
BOOTS AND SHOF-S,
HATS AND CAPS,
Oent' Karalfklng Qoad.,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, SUA H'LS,
HlHIlketH, rTkfSNllMCrs?M tlllll Jvuum
Heat Calico. ..,.Vtyte.
Heavy Urowsa Poaacatlc 17c
lloou fiklrl m... " . . c .
800 (Jtnt's llata al.....w' T3c. each
A Splendid hint nf
WHITE (J00DS AND EJIIIHOIDEUIES
lluyerswiUdnwclltoeall and eiainlue my atoek
before purchasing elsewhere.
It. II. CUNNI.MillAJI.
No, 09 Ohio I.rvee,
OH EVEUYTIIINO IN
I TTTin SOOK XjX3TX3
II 40 .S,
deirtf' ' fsy. Ceaaaacui AviMJ.
LLEN, AVEltlJ & IJUTLEU,
A TIOUXKYS AT LAW.
Oltlce In Hross' .New UuililliiKi
Corner of Heventh street and Commercial Avenue
W..T. Allen, J
II. Watson We nil, K'AIUO, ll.l,.
TULKEV, WALL Sc AVI I EE LEI',
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
John II. .Mulkkv, )
Gko. W. Wali CAIRO, ILL.
Sam'i. V. Wiikklkr, j
OiTice Itooius, H ami U Winter' Block.
WM. H. OltKK.V.
w. it. aiLiiRirr.
Q.HKEN JL CILHEItT,
Altornp)s and Cotiiisolior.sat Law,
' Oniro, IlHnoiin.
Ks-ial attention riven to Admiralty and Stejmbwt
Oltlce nil Olilo l.es-ee, Itooius X anil 4
JitlilS-tfj KKyjillmi lllock.
A E. ALIinUIHT,
Attorney n.-t Iiaw.
fcl'Kl IAI. ATTENTION KN TO l l)!.I.K(.TLNO.
(Mllre coriur of l'ith St. mill Wash. A v..
In K-q. fli.iniiessj new llnck.
U C T I O N AND C O 31 MISS ION
. . . . ILLINOIS
IAMi:i. II.VH13I i.t
Tho only Moenseil Anrtioneer In the city, buys .iu.1
sells on coiiimissloti nil kinds of
And iiinkes prompt returns ou alt rales.
Will Mlcnil to the sale of real e.tate, merelmndlse
furiuliiro, stwk and property of any anil all kind., fui
twonndiiiie half . r eellt. i 'iiuliii.sli.il, l-lllg lil-JU'
nne fourth the compensation luu.iUy cli irgfl.
Any ttrson fieluigliuiiseif"r le rself lUMMe to jiav
that rate of compensation, shall b.. cheerfully aerte
The patrt'ruge nf tile palilie i-i. limited.
Otlieo nt present at l'.irk.-r &. Ilislge's l.iverv StsMe
A eoiiitnissioii and uiu Imti Iiuiiih wiU l ojiclieil i
n few ilavs, due niitii c of which will Wglwu,
C. l YKAfJKlt A. C't).,
Ilai nu pun luscl the entire tis-k and Matures
Aug. Korsinejcr, .ire prewired t da all kinds of
Cut and S I e a m F I t t 1 u t
lu a neat and workmanlike manner. WcnreRlsopr
uretl loretsiirall kinds of ti.i fixtures, and by on
pris'cs. of Winning and gilding make them In erei.
particular as ci.mI .i lie. Hiuno Ilivihs siieh Ux
lures, will pUa.e gite ll : call atl-factlon gllara i
tcsl in all eases. I'' Yll.Mil.lI.
janAltf K. K .Ml ltllW.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOt AX1.CI Slioo 3VX1k.oi-
Tirentifti, . ,bttrfu II Wiiiyivi ai
(Ncarljt ip"Tiiethe t.i.url llou.e.)
Keep. aM.li'Ilihl st.s k of the bestlii.iteri.il, und go., i
orkiiieii, and i an till order on short notice.
Mcndilin .UsH-iwatl) nd cheaply. iatronuge s
JOHN W. THOVKIl CO.,
HUOKEHS AND KXCHAN(JE DEALKB
rjgliih etreei, sii oml door from Com. Ave.,
Also, r.sns TiekeU from
Liverpool, London, Ilnerf, Anttetrp, Hremf'i
and Ilambnry, to New 'ork,
Or to any point West
M 'Collections luadeou any point in Kurope.
(Muctcaaar I Parker Phillip,)
liENKKAL COMMISSION MEKCIIANT
And dealer in
liny, 'orn, Oatn ami Hru.
.No, VI Ohio Ltttf,
Oasvlro m m m Xllixxoia.
feWdsf " "
STAl'LE AND FANCY ('ItOt'KKIIX,
FroviisiouN, IVsmIui's.', "ill Oil, !
;H ('oimiierciol Artiiue, Calru, III,
d :i i