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Office, 225 Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall; Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 18G9.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
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HINDI, V SOUC1TO US.
A p-Aitbn, signed by a number of tai-pay-,
and published among the council proceed-
s ycsterda is rathern surnrisini: docu-
nt to emuhato from an Intelligent source.
Warmly salkitons for the well-being of the
y, t.r 1 evi Jcntiy greatly concerned for tho
c, j of the present administration, tho pc
i a r wcjIJ have tho qualifications of Al
rtn n Mendel carefully canvassed and
i.'Ciy scrutinized, least his presence in the
dv ti which ho belongs "destroy tho valid-
cf proceedings relating to street filling,
TI. r ,-ti . n L no doubt "well meant;" nnd,
nn'.ng tho names attached to It, the spirit
at suggests it becomes quit apparent.
..ur or enact ordinances haring no valid-
q ! to r very one of the jilitioncrs would
c - - incr ns dabl"' It is so much u crca
re f t'. 'r efforts how eould thoy escape the
if :u.::tyi and, being responsible, thtilr
t M r. lv.-1 It rortfilnlv onomsf Innilil.
NoiVitmiy boa "strantjo doctrine" to
is'.j' . frv tils of the present udmlnls-
I. Jt it is m-verthelisM a true one that,
. tl. 1 galtty of the proceedings of the
r i f3 , jr, , rned, it is wholly imrna
wh'thrr Alderman Mendel possessM
: '..'! at.irs prescribed by tho charter,
' .-. them. Jiti lias been ad-
' r s f' , ! rcostnieJ as n It-'al
t rfftln beard to which he belongs.
-11 divested of his offic for ji
k r ,a!.f. ation on the last day of his of
.a t rri, .' his olilmal nets would bo legal
i ' nd f.,rce! If fUch wire not n
' -r 1 ltfon many of th most
1 1'tM.l Iiws of the eotuitry would bo nul-
Ii 4 - p- bed a half dozen times, within
,u ( f every man whoso name
) a'.U 'jc-i to th partition, that concress
. flercnt if lgilalurs hare taken
tr e scit. if tueinbers lacking torn os-
ti-... .t. ii, u'.inr such mernbtirs had
H - M.iLs f.r months and jmrtici
i t enactment ef hundreds of
f tl. most vital cunsequnn'w.
fVr t'ic.ieht of iiueitiunln" the
a f fa Iiw IxvattM it was v
SuUaCuoutly utu oxoll-l
r s jn jualiB'il ' answer,
'jo !' .So king tlwn a Mr.
tu r s hit iot in the council, the
""i are neither destroyed nor
1 1 .'tl iew. by hU favor ordls
k tJi UJXiPer niiklifleutions
' i t di lbsl vnwintj hut -.the
? Wi rt: is whloh ho may hnvo
J ' b-doa ovr again to glv
- : f tc- and t lfw-tjUouW, if well ground
' ' ' H uver and re-enact-t
ca t ry I:iru' ortin of ull tho Liws,
' a', i iiiunichml, ever cnactwl.
. t tt
w v r
g;1Uv bodies that have
ii' , at dittttrnt stages of thoir
. ualifltxl isietnWrs, have
ti I in tba fsrars oxprtvl by
' vAM'uesitly th6 lawi,
1 tt t.i
. ' g 1: wlii. h tth outwl inomWrs
' 1 1 wi a footing with all oth
I ' 'r.f.romnl of any of them
K' .n JifiMtotl imi that abcount, our
w.e: ;r. for behind the times as
t1 . auturaiMN will quiet the solic-
J t ti -uers., Jt it ansl will bo no
4 ' h'ght aim of the adininis-
.- ' ip HiCdrs as V iiiak them
r YVWi it fails to do i tli
-1 cv h wo i)mti it certiiinly autborlxt'
- ' ..Jvi and even dictatf?)
' T 1 Kward, gvvitUuiun; whenever
. ' . !' .' that 1 not exactly, in every
- ! jour IIMnjr, peak out.
(it. mi C 'x tin-wcrntary iif th intwrior,
1 iji iiv. virai iiati(e4 in the coinmiuion
' 1" . I'ii .-ill" rnilrtMtd, ineludinb'
i ' -1 nt ..f IM(lle X, Morris, of Illl-
n t .e p.a . of (inenl Frank . Jllair,
" d "uucrntlc eandidate for tht VU-u
t . H n. Jauio. K. Wilson, of
;i l'u 4 lie Jtailwny 'ouimiionvr.
s e j h i.f l'(irnlius "Wtndull, for
v ' f A' any. an.l a regular dfinecratic
.i.tii Tnurlow Wttvd in th.i Washing
' ' y.
N ' il t is it it oft the carpet yet, it seems,
r - Mr. Ujt'or IntroduHl u ilorvd citizon
) t.. i s-retary of tlm trsury tho ether day
f " 1 1 nf toi.t. Said citixsm lndulgl in a
re:r ".d jus pucu of buncombe and political
:4j'rjijin .aying that he only wanted his
no 'ttmcrit on behalf of thu party In power,
'rn' t Might show what it was willing to do
- a 1 .an m1 brother.
Mr. I. p 31. ton U severely attuokod by tho
fa j .1 j apers of Xew York for his conversa
w;t' the Alabama oditor. The 'Tribiiuo,'
1 iwivir, comiuendj his franknuss, andays:
M' 1'. ii' Vcr forgets that ho U a gentleniAn,
' i t'. t lionoaty is an element of chivalry.
W lo not think him calculated to lead his
j 1 :v k into poVror.'but in or out of pow
- 1 0 will never disgrace it."
. c m of tho lato senator Douglas has been
a 4 privato st-tretnry to tho president. Tho
i liment is not to tho Into lamented Doug
s ' H it is to the radical and impertinent
i h made, not long since, hy young Doug-
i' N irtu Carolina.
T n nn in Washington now fifty appli-
ns fir every tinglqplUcu thsi Grant has
to fill, and ho will not fill any that ho can
n ip t u tho spuato unties his hands. There
i i-iit to ! n pretty largo forco in favor of
CONSOLIDATING! THE A JlMl'.
General Sherman, assisted by Lieutenant
General Shoridan, Adjutant General Town
send, General Buck und General Schoflcld,
aro occupied with the task of consolidating
tho regular army, in accordance with tho late
law. Tho forty-flvo regiments of Infantry
aro to bo reduced i to twenty-five. All of thoso
above tho Twenty-fifth nre to bo consolidated
with those below, and such of tho officers us
cannot bo provided for aro to bo assigned to
other duties until the casualties of the servico
shall reduce the number of officers to that re
quired by law. Tho colored regiments aro to
bo reduced by consolidation to two. The or
der announcing tho consolidation of tho in
fantry regbhonts and the reassignment of of
ficers will bo promulgated In n few days. Tho
army officers in-Washington aro greatly ex
ercised at this work of retrenchment, and
great eagerness is shown among them to learn
their own fato and that of their friends.
Tin: quEsnoss a t jssue.
Tho Inaugural of President Grant present
the leading questions upon which tho people
of this country will hereafter be divided. The
issue Is one whiaii the radical party has hith
erto dodged, but now it is squarely Joined, and
ujxin it the succeeding xlitical battlws, for
several years at least, must bo fought. A
neighboring colejnporary, urging tho democ
racy to diligence, to n ready acceptance of tho
gauntlet thown down, says :
'We must not forget for a moment that thp
issues upen which tho battle is to bo fought
are; Tho forcible imposition of negro suffrage
upon unwilling states and the payment in
coin of a public debt which was contracted in
depreciated jwper. "We must not sulfur strat
egic feints or flank movements' to distract our
attention one moment from thosu issues. It
Is all wll enough to trust in I'covidonce, or
(rant, but atth same time our soldiers must
sleep on their nrms, our sentries keep wido
awake, and above all we must keen our pow
der dry. Now i no time fur lagging, for in
cautious movements, for relaxation of vigil
ance. The enemy is wary and determined.
In that wo mtHt'imitatc thcm. In that way
only can we hoj; to suitecd. We look upoh
Grant as only a iww leader of the enrrnie of
the constitution. lh rights of th states, and
the liberties of the jwytplc. Let no democrat
consider him otherwise. The lloman repub
lic was betrav?d bv one who rretndod to bo
o td. for 1 ' 1t friftU. Ij'is the duty of thu democ
.. . ' . ' n 1 "cy to se tlrnt th Amerlcn republic does
not share n like fato.
JUGHT AROUND CAIRO.
Joliraboro unit Vicinity.
-1 Kr"tn li fiUatlr 11 f TV-Uj.)
"Notwithstanding the hard frosts and IxiJ
wathrr,ve are vt likely to have KaclaM ;
true, the early varieties, and some of tho ten
der kinds uf pear ha succumbed to the
frosts. The jnorv hardy seedling and later
kinds of the jwach yet give promise of fruit.
Uur farmers are likely to mak up all losses
by fruit on the incrm-ud quantity of wheat,
for the wheat throughout the whole county is
looking Utter than we have seen it at this
season of the year. I
Seakiug of the dfeat of dlouu'by the in
difference anfe bad faith of Cairo democrats,
The damooracy outside of Cairo aru getting
n little tlrudlit these Utile 4f. of the Cairo
demecruoy, vCrbs dfty behind his ticket:
Sloan defeated in Cairo by one hundred and
five majority a democratic office holder bolt
ing the nomination und running lit opposi
tion to the deinocrattcnotninee, il spreading
it on rather thick.
One night last wetk a worthloss' canine
killed six tine sheep belonging to Mrs. George
KiiHiiit-ll. two iniltM Wfjt of town.. He was
bhuntd down and killed, but this ii'no rupara-
un tor ie iis 01 tue uietui animals so wan
tonly slaughtered. ' M
Our public school clrwl yesterday, tho
13lh. I'btt aUcitdaiiuu was largo amounting
in the aggregate to two hundred and twenty
one pUpllt. '
(Hreni the nw riT.
The winter u-rm of the public school, closed
with an u,hlbit'on on Thursday and Friday
evenings last, under the supervision of T. A.
i'.. Huleomb, and M"rj Holopmb. Tho ohool
i one of the best in Southern Illinois. Thoy
have a large, tlno brick chool houe, and no
pains are spared for the comfort and advance
iinmt of the jmpils.
Twenty uorcs of unimproved timber land,
within tjyo jnllos of the station, ld for $75
jwr tier?, cah In hand, last week. This is
another evldenct) that they haven gowdiuhool
house at Cobden.
Cobden Is now an incorporated town.
New maple sugar is in market nt 'JjcU tier
pound, t hero urn ilne sugar maple trees lu
tho vicinity of town, and a largo quantity of
tine sugar has been mndo this cason.
On Wednesday last, Mr. David Green out
n small limblroiii u peach tree lu his orchard
of tho Hale, unrly variety, ami found seven
live buds out of twenty.
A good thing Kifiulro l'ierces potato
house. It lioldi lu.000 bushels of sweet pota
toes, all of which have been sold this spring
at good pricos.
Slum nrctovn IIt in.
Krum the Jler-'uryoftlie 15tli.
Wo learn from a letter written bv tho Hov.
Mr. Klam, that the revival in the, M. K.
church, nt Kquality, ha culminated in tho
aecoision of thirtvone members to the fellow
ship of the church.
blnce the first day of January, over 050
persons have been 'added to the Methodist K.
churchos within the bounds of this district.
A Springfield correspondent of tho Cairo
Bulletin, speaking of the railroad debt bill,
gives Senator Casey tho credit of originating
ft. Such is not the" case. It is true that Mr.
Casey introduced it into tho Senato, but it
originated with, and was prepared by Jos, J.
Castles, Ksq., of Gallatin county.
H JletrojiolU Iteui.
Ffiin the Timet of th 18th. '
The city tin shop is doing a good business.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SELECT
Ca rn, III., March 19. IMJ.
Presont Tho Mayor and Councilmen Bar
clay, Jorgensen, Martin, O'Callahan and
A statement was read from Councilmen
Barclay and Ktnrden, to tho effect that on the
day ef election thoy owned in fee $1,500 realty
In tho city, over and abovo all Incumbrances,
nnd that they took tho oath of office wi'hout
Tho committco on ordinance, through thoir
chairman, Councilman Jorgensen, made tho
To the Mayor and City Cotino I :
The commltteo on ordinances, to whom tho
select council at tho meeting on tho 12th lnU)
referred an ordinance in relation to funds
collected by tho strcut supervisor, nnd aIo
an ordinance in relation to funds arising from
grocery license, resjectfully report: That
upon examination thev find that both of these
ordinance arc ia conflict with the first ac
tion of the fifth article of the ritj- cba-ler,
which provides "that outstanding city orders
shall bo received in payment of any indebt
edness lu tho city, which, when paid, would
become a part of either tho general or im
provement fund.'' Af the funds arising from
the enforcement of both these ordinance. If
passed, would become a pari of- cither the
general or improvement fund, it seems to fill
lew that the ordinances w ould he void and of
no binding ctfect. The committee, therefore,
recommend the adoption of the following res
olution, viz: ,
Itfolftd, TlittliorJiBante n reH.ionta fani
rf.llfu-l by th irret uiicrT'or, att tlit OPlhmnrn
in relation to Tuna ariiin rt.ni Kr.-ry licin,
whlrh orJInsac wer ieferri the eemmit'.re on
oriiin&nces hj the nelecl roancil, mi the lllh lnt-, li
slid the jiinn t hereby rrotel.
The committee havo also examined the or
dinances in relation to thu removal from of
fice of appointed otlicori, ulso referred tolhein
on the l'Jth int., by tho select council, and
find, upon reference to tho ordinance now in
force in relation to removal as above, ec. 0
of the revised ordinances, g. 42.) that n. 'dis
tinction W now made in the moue of removal
of ellieer of the ritv. whether elected by the
people or apivoihted by the mayor with the
consent of the city council, in'both chum it
being required that charges shall be prefer
red, and a regular trial hail before tlio city
council,, boforo any removal can be mad.
Although such a proceeding may be proper
In reference to the removal from ofiico of per
sons elected by the iwople, your committee
arc of tho opinion that the interest of the
city would bo belUT subtcrved and eflh-ietify
in the appointed officers, agents and servants
of the city be rnorg i ifi-i . ua'ly sM-ured, by the
adoption of a more summary and cxpitli'lious .
mode of .gelling rid t mcompytent, iaatUn
tivc and dishotiest officers, agenU or servants,
appointed by thpnnyoi;i pVoTldwds-.by sec
tion 17 of article 2 of the charter of tins city.
The commltteo therefor approve the ordi
nance so fur as it cues; but they aro also of
tho opinion that tb' mayor, a the chief exec
utive officer of the cit v, responsible in a great
measure for the faithful execution of the ordi
nances and the efficiency of all subordinate
officers, should have authority to remove any
appointed officer, agnt or servant of the city, '
when, In his opinion, from misconduct or in
efficiency the interests of the city require such
removal. Tho committee therefore recom
mond that this ordinance be amended as indi
cated in the resolution followinr;, and with
such amendment, that said ordinance bo
t(iltei, Tru' the ii-ilinaiKe in relation lo the ri-
aminitW-e Ly lh. UmrU on .h IJi in-t., be nu)enlrl
by cltatMic the (nlluwisic wrl In the enl of
swtlun t, nt. "I'ruttUeti, ttut tbe uy.r
liU hste amlior.ir tn it4neni frntn dirtr.
Hi usv tiHt, wbr)r( in Lit vpai'wu the luli'H'-l if
! the city iMit1nn. any w, eernsaior ernkyef '
lite Cll. Iiotainz ill ui..n njr i nn 01 u.p4ulU
meat by the mayor in sxvor taa'-e with the r.. iUB
of .efliion 17 of rucl t of the . uv liner, n.t It ball
be the duly f the mayor to rrje.rt oy upni.n be
insynuke to Ihe it) . uuui ,1. at Hi I .! nint meet,
inic after sueh uiitiiii and. unlet hi ai'dun in tbe
remies shall U ii-i.ur.;i i ly a maturity ef all ibe
liieinl'Tn vlA ted to IkiIIi iraeh of die ell y eouned.
the upnkion "ball oH.rle a dimial frtmt the
Loi'i .loiioK.vK.v. Chairman.
On motion of Councilman Barclay, the re
ort of the com mi it tee was adopted.
Upon a eecond reading, on motion of Coun
cilman ltturden, ordinance No. "8, in rela
tion to the m.jieiiMon of apuointel olliuers,
wa adopteil as amended, and laid over fur
the concurrence of the lyoanl of aldermen, by
the following vote, via:
Ayes Barclay, Jorgen.eTi, Martin, Mi'Gril;
Iahan, Bcjirtleu and tlliaiiiton C,
A petition having passed thu board of nl
dormen, from John B. Ohio, praying that u
proportionate amount of a grocery and mer
chant's license be refunded, was read, and on
motion of Councilman O'Callahan the prayer
of tho petitioner was gran tod by thu follow
ing vote ;
Ayes Barclay, Jorgensen, Martin, O'Cal
lahan, l'earden, "and Williamson. 0.
Tho following bills whluh were allowed by
the board of aldoruien and referred ,tu, tho
soloct cyuncll for concurrence, was rcadj'and
on motion of Councilman Villiitnon, tliosev
oral bills wero allowed by the following vote:
Ayes Barclay, Jorj;onsii, Martin, O'Cal
lahan, Boarden and Williamson 6.
Dill of Jaooli 0. I.yru-h, fpr ieivie rendered
the city aiixtuiilin; io.v - j it a
Hill of John Ho4n, fur sen :- a eny rarhal
uiiibunlini; to 11 u)
11)11 of J Jolim .it, forluuilier ftiruished tli
elty. aiiimintint; m Ms 39
The following hill was read and referred to
tho committee on claims, under thu rule:
Hill of N. A. ltevore, for udliag a) ooiogt or.
dered ty board of iblie works, amounlin; lo.li im
i The following bill wa read, and allowed
by the following vote:
j Ayes Barclay. .lornen-im, Martin, O'Cul-
I lahuu, Bearden and Willlamion 41.
i lidl of Joha IM'usjin, nr -errtsat VKy uteri;,' it '
' amo'unlfn to U0
Tho bill of John II. Oberly Co., for
printing done for the city to date, 10th Jn,t.,
' amounting to $121 "I, was refurrod to tho
committee on priuliiig Ulidor tho rule.
The report of thu dm in ago commltteo
J adopted by tho board of alderniou and j efor
I red to tho select council for their concurrence,
was read, and on motion of Councilman Mar
tin, tho nctlen of the board of aldermen was
The mayor presented the following report
from tho city attorney :
To th honorable Mayorjaad Council of tho City of
Cairo: , , ,
OcniUmen : In complianco with a resolu
tion, passed nt tho last meotink of the two
branches of the city council in joint session,
calling for u report of the steps taken in tho
ntlachmint suit of E. "W. McGinnis vs. thu
city pending In New York, I respectfully
submit the following:
Immediately upon the passage of a resolu
tion by tho proceeding city council, Instruct
ing the city nltorncy "to tako such steps as In
Ills ludgment might bo necejsary, with a view
to defending the fuit," I forwarded the papers
in mv iiosioision, pertaining totho matter, to
n reliable concern In tho cirv of New York,
requesting that tnoy bo piacca in mo nanus
of n safe and competent attorney, from whom
I havo received the letter which Is appended
to this rcjwrt. I have written In reply to
Mr. Bird, the attornoy for tho city In this
matter, asking a fuller report, and also re
questing him to Inform rne what his fco would
probably bo. This is all that hn been dono
nnd oxp'laius tho status of tho caso as fully us .
I know it. Bespeotfully,
L. 1'. Butlkr, City Attornoy.
Kew York, March 13, IS".
Lost s I'. Baiter, R-q.:
I)e- ;r: I acer.! the retainer of the city of Cairo
ad. Kdsrard W. MeOinW.
I'poa receipt of papers I atoaee ralle.1 upon plaln
tllt'x atutueri aad I rained Hat I he suit w coin
nienetrd liy j.aW" ation. That th time toannstr will
expire on the isih day of April, 1W); giving tl. plenty
of tme to ins nre our defence.
Waolte ropy of plainutf complaint eertwl by post
or t it -r-l iifn sny of your proper ortVolali pef
insllr' Thii inquiry U pertinent in ihis regard, that
nfur the olitainmr of an order of publication, person.
atscriieniMtlof the atalo iaequiralent to neertieo In
tbw smte and you hare, only twenty day a from time of
rrri.u toan-ner. I tako it for ciauted that the sr
vleo was bv t-", Imt stilt wonld like to Ui infurrned
Un the siil'ji l.
Is tlier- any proTision In your sut eonMiition
ylvln? i harteredi'u es jjeneral authority and power to
tsoie ibeir Utcl for any purpose other than corporate
necessities miKht restore I
A the ji.i i hare Utt Just reached tne, and a I
am compelled to leaietuMn to attend to a muter be
fore our rie kr'l.itu-e, I will defer uriiini; more
until mv tlkrn. I iwsuro you I will Ive th matter
tnv rery 1est ntleation and will communis ate with
vtiu from t met'i t.ine on the subject,
JOHN 11. UIllLr, Attorney n Law.
On motion tho report of tho city attorney
was received and placed on file.
The following resolution was offered by
Councilman Bearden, nnd on motion of Coun
cilman Barclay, was adopted :
Besolved, That a special committee of three
be appointed to investigate the matter of ac
cruing intercut upon tho bonded indebtedness
of the city, nnd report to. the next meeting of
the select council, a detailed statement of the
bonded indebtedness of tho city and the
amount of interest accruing each month
thereon, and alo what fuuds nre available to
pav accruing interest.
Councilman Jorgenon, from the committee
on ordinance', presented an ordinance onti
tlotl ' an ordinance to amend sections 210 and
210 of an ordinance entitled un ordinance to
ndopt tho ordinances of the city of Cairo, a
revised and codified,' which being mid tho
first timo was laid over under thu rule.
On motion adjourned.
I'atkick Mock lim:, Citv Clerk.
Itiiornious l'ronts oa 1'UaoTnrlrs.
Keremsn" writes to th New Tork un s fullows:
Sir There are thousands of poople in New
York, and suburbs, that would like pianos
and would have thm but for tho enormous
prices niked for them. Now I huvu boon
foreman in one of our llrst-class piano manu
factories fur fifteen years, nnd I know the
cost of every piano made. Instruments sold
for $C50 cost but $VW, and thoso sold $1,000,
which are handsomely carved grade, cost but
$s5. You see what enormous proMts aro
made on them. Pianos extra moulding,
which costs but t j. they ink $&0 more for.
They argue that it look's $100 better. .Sup
jvoie it does, that is no reason why they
should ask $5o.more for thu instrument. If
manufacturers would be satisfied with little
less profit, persons now without an Instru
ment would bo able to purchase one. There
arc a number of young ladle in this city who
aro good performers on tho piano forte, and
would like to purchase an instrument, to give
instructions on, but are unable to do so, on
accouut of the high price of them. There
aro dialers ia New York that buy, pianos of
companies and large manufacturers for from
$225 to $245, and sell for 050 and $7o0. If
they pay thu manufacturer $10 fur an extra
moulding, they put $30 on the price of the
piano.. If yu'u should sec lit to publish this
letter, and piano makers or dialer, should
deny the above, I will send down the price of
everything in the piano, including the case,
to iirove that uhat I av is true. 1 think that
.. .' I !. . 1 .1 . .1 1.
11 Is H uurnilit: aiiaiuu mm mousiiuui arwwm-
.... . . . . . !
) Killed to uo wtinoui a piano lorie on account
uf the eitoriinus price asketl for tbein, when
inaiiufin tunrs and dealers c-uM atl'urd to
sell tliuiii for $loo nnd $150 loss on the low
priced ones; and $ 00 and $ too on the high
est ones, and make money besides.
p .S. HABBhLL,
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tliuTiisnari', Bar Fixture-, Glnss-mire
IlOt'sl". FCHXISIIlNs.- (iOOU.S,
Xos. 15 uml 11, Com.. Yv. I CAIItO, II. 1..
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i .r lo John . Il.triniu A C :f) T
BI'AL IJS'J'.V'ril AfiKXT
ATJCT ION 23 33 XT. .
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KW CLOTHING I
JLUtGAIXS FOB TILE PEOPLE!
MILLKIt sfc SflLIiKll
HaTinxctoseil out tlielr otd stock of Clothing,
brought oa a i
Iiiirge ami iSpIciirtlrt Stocks
Which embraces ercry kind of
Faalilnnnlile Gentleraen'a M'ear, -
And suoh as Is sultel lo allclass.
They would ak etcul attention lo their supply of
In which they profe lo load tho market
Which mbraco all stvles of Cloths.
Tweed, ie., from which tbey maaufucture
CLOTHING TO OIlDF.It.
In the best manner, and strictly fxihlouaUe.
Their stock of
(iitiitlt'iitcii's I'liniMiing Goods
l very cninpteb, Inelndini; many novelties naier b
font broitnlit lothls market. ;
Trunks, of every atyle, Vnllsfs, Carpet
As-ured of (heir abditv to sell a.o.ls from their new
stock, 'hp-r than ever before, ther rely upon a dls.
rrimiuatuit; poblio to i j tend them the patronsjjH they
may uesere. s jniuoon
Ileal LMnl', Bond and Stock Broker?.
Will attend fo tho payment ef State, County and tatr
Tae, und all bnsiae-s pertaining to a ttiAsbHAi
KlOilTH Stkket, tecoM ttoorrem Oum. Ate.,
decil'.ltf Cnlrn, lit.
"yALKEU & SISSON'S
BILL1 Altl) HALL A XI) SALOOX
OCs Olxio Lovoo,
NKXT IiOillt T'l KIlfcsT NATIONAL HANK.
! now in full Ua-t, aud i the
Of alt welI.rsubUI billutnll-tf. atvd ?mI JtVilie4 of
oirvlleat bes. ranrt. ; and eserjUsuy fcttoM.
aaUM. the Hall
'llif Only Flr.st.C'lus Billiai d uml Drinking.
Saloon In the City.
Are kept in t,"" I "i l. r, .nd f 'l the rtnc.t tiussh.
Caiicted wtlttllin clal4islimilt H u
l'rst-kle-t ou r by Ibe nv .t Hipi.l.r and eiieseAst oa
lerer hi Mi city. Meals r - re. promplly loordeT.
i.sme. (I).tws in ery utile, aim all lite liUsirW ab
ta'u Me. alWJttsat tb lomiiiaii I of customers.
d.- l llf
i rtTlON SALE OP
lloilseliolit I'uriill lire,
liar I'lstnrrs, d.ti.
The undrr.iiHad willn-ll at aueiiin rwt MirtliSrj
next, the iti m-f . imiiteHcint;st 10 mVIim-sT, rt.BI ,
at tho loruerof W.uliihlow Miuiiueatvl Tviitai stsMS,
a I tgr let of
Hi il.triiils it ml ItiililhiK,
Assertrtl P'iii nit lire,
(tiirrnsss nre mill (ilnsstare,
Kllclirn unit Dluliif-Itooiii I'uriilt lire, rlr.
Terms of s
fcred w il I-
ii of sale eash in hand, and every arliele of.
,1.1 ki..iiivI fur hl it win brill.?.
marl Ma lluls.Hs a CaIM.K, Aiiesbnir.
O Til AY M I'LES.
Twketi up, iii from of my rselcn.v tto itMnstiu.
(Varuh the iwhi two nall nmi )l t'l. IIS. MM af Sfeisfi
livk and the other a iSwk I sir. Ixtth alsut ten Itasasa
hih the 4ud, a luring alsual il. nek apleSMaf
Ttie owner by comma forwarsl, e-sabMhlr.; Uw
rnrht of proitert) and pasinif, i lwrca east tune stoat
aany. IIUNltV wTTlTfttJIpr
morula of th lusts insl , a dark bay norw MSlItL
TmI:.'I1 im liv IIim Miili4.riLMir. In llil.jiiti- m tau.
aUiut 11 tmii'ls liitfti, is or nytsirs of ic'e. .o q.
live in irK.s iici crnuic.
The owner i'v proving ma njni orwepesiyaMd pn
IU2 cltaruee can ssrure isusfmssiosi or tn milinal.
inarlMiSi, IiAMRl, lUtAN.
ABK STOLEN ?"S UEWABDi
.-mien iroin in.M iiiicn. ar in uirm 01 aniline KtCsSs.
in llallard county, Kentucky, opMwit Meilsd (111.
belneen the lilli and t S tit iut., : gray roan HAIR.
ieiuiii.i tun ium.. a gray roan 3U
is uUiii u . is higrfi. B, yva, ,
anil tail, all the lee exewnS ih.i rtvbi I
our lutw ktu tbekue.-., I he etcrpleil (Ms WilU2 wklia
half wur up; and has th leSter l hraadssl IM lsslfl
hip and shoulder
1 will sty Vi for the unite awl thief; or fbr tha
inareaionr, uriiere tus mxitIII, .MIAsstKanaa
ij n . ii. i'rt.'..
i-roiii the cune near the l i'Hiof JaMtra KiMfM, ay.
poi Moon I l ily, m lUIUrl munly. Kes)tisVjr, Kl
tvv en the lt!, ..id the lllh H"l . a bright siwrcl aaS
MU1.K, slr.pc. a r .. tha lct ' sIiohUibw, sli
xtiuts Id thu sprtus, and is ahoul fourteen aul a kalr
hands b )b, .md has ai wu ai4l tall.
I w II tail " i. "rd f"t Hit mule nad llttef. DC Jl
for tbe mule alor.e, I. iiwird i me at WooilvilU,
C'ravkni i .ami) . o. 11. UUHIAM.
ma tl i I il"
pBINTINU, OP ALL KINDS,
' At tho Olllco of the Cairo Bulletin,