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THE CITV OP GAIKO.
IU !,, Prcncnt ad rntnr.
Whllo such of our visitor" to-day oa
vlow our city for tho first time since the
war, -will feci a degree of astonishment
at its rapid growth ; othcrH will, no doubt,
wonder that Cairo Is not Bt. Louis and
fit. Louis Cairo. For tho onlfKhtonmont
and satisfaction of tho latter, wo present
tho following facts:
Thirty years ago an effort was not on
foot to build a city at tho mouth of tho
Ohio. English capital to tho amount of
a million and a quarter of dollars was
onllstoJ, and somo headway mado with
tho project. Foundries, saw mills, ma
chlno shops, a dry dock, hotel and othor
business and manufacturing establish
ments wore erected and Bomo of them
placed In operation. Protective ombauk
niont.i M'ero thrown up, and a city
marked out that comported with the
tit plan Ideas of tho projoctois. Many
hundred acres of laud contiguous were
bought at extravagant prices, and made
tho basis of a credit for the company.
During a period of two or three years,
there was a Mhow of prosperity that In
spired an undue confidence In the future
of the city, and the company,' believing
that the excitement had not yet reached
Its zenith, peremptorily refused to sell or
lease a foot of the land to either Jiidl
Vlduals or corporations, for any "rlurposo
whatovor. In this way the very element
that builds our Western cities was cut
on". In time tho company's means were
exhausted; the English house through
which It had negotiated loans failed and
soon thereafter the abandonment of tho
company's works and projects became
'unavoidable. During a succeeding period
of fourteen ycur.4, the place maintained
a state of torpidity. Interested parties
were urging tho passage through Con
Kress of the Illinois Central land grant,
while others were engaged at tho work
of relieving the city site of the locum
bcranccs to which it had been subjected.
The passnge of the bill referred to
through Congress was tho flgnul for more
vigorous measures. The property was
conveyed to two trustee, who removed
eyury shadow from the title, and in the
year 1852 commenced laying off tho city.
By an arrangement with tho Illinois
Central railroad, the present levees were,
in part, constructed the trustees com
pleting them the whole at a cost of near
ly a half million of dollars. In tho Hum
mer of 1851 the firt city lot was "sold,
and what the clty'ls to-day Is the growth
of the Intervening period, something
mere than fourteen yeare. Every"ves
tlge of the original ofiort to build a' city
here has been wiped out, Cairo an it
stands being the creation of tho time
Tho'levees are several .feet above" the
crest of the highest llood'ever known at
this locality, are broud-hased, welt-set-tied;
and with an outside slope of live
or six feet to que, all lateral pressure of
the water is destroyed, atl'ordiug us tho
most ample guarantee against even scrl
odp annoyance, from tlioflomls. These
levees were constructed and will bo
maintained perpetually, .free of any cost
to tho citizen or tux-payer.
K Tho present population of Cairo is not
less than 112,000 souls, the number of votes
thrown, under quite stringent election
laws, being about 1,'JOO and tho number
of persous entitled to school privileges
(oxcludlng tho blacks) reaching about
Upon the position of Cairo, at tho Junc
tion of two rivers, whoso aggregate .wa
ters, drain more than one thin) of tho
American continent, central us regards
ourhabltablo territory, at thtfvory headof
uninterrupted navigation on the Miss
issippi, and in the eonter of a wldo ex
tent of country noted for its great fertili
ty of soil und wealth of minerals
we need not enlarge, Wo spoak of it
merely to point to tho result of an active
and Judicious employment of her advan
tages and a systematic development of
tho resources of the tributary territory.
Tho Cairo & Vincenues railroad, tra
versing one hundred and 'fifty miles of
the "inosj. favored portion of tho Stuto,
will not only nerve aau powerful devel
oping agout iu behuir of the city, but
will upon up lo tho South the best, ami,
,jnotdirect route to tho Northeast and
the Atlantic ridabUard; " '' '
The Cairo & iuiltoi. road, pqluting
southward, and incorporated as a link in
thqt'grqaljcl'al'n of roads that Is to .form,
within the next dccailertho moat-rellable
and useful rouojtp (h jlvojres of the Pa
cific, Is now provided for, except a few
rallea within tho tetrltoiy of 'MlsabtiH.X
Tho Cajro, & fjf , Lmila, railroad Is iu'a
condition entirely satisfactory to the en
terprlsjug board of directors, aidtw!i,'i)b
doubt bo finished within two yeari, fur
nishing an 'outlet for tho upper Mfsslsslp
pl,relon when tho rivers above Cairo
,rp: blocked with Ice, or their navigation
suspended on account of low water, and
developing, within llfty or sixty tulles f
Cairo coal deposits of a rich and Inex
Tho Junction railroad, stretching from
point opposite Cairo in Kentucky to a
convenient point of intersection on tue'stream of public opinion, which oaocca
m XX r t i-t X't. st" $ h -y
Mobllo & Ohio railroad, has been charter
ed, and Its, completion will be one of tho
accomplishments of tho next two years.
It will more closely connect the Mobile
& Ohio railroad ,wlth tho mouth of the
Ohfo arid tho'llllnofa Central "railroad,
and complete a line of travel between the
Northeast and Southwest that can never
bo Improved upon orBuocessfully rival
led. This, in brlof.isa showlngof our railroad
prospects. The foundation for ft great
city hero is already laid, and to tho com
pletion of our projected and commenced
railways, and to tho development of
country that will bo encouraged and ac
complished by their operation, wo confi
dently look for tho superstructure. No
locality, Inland, in tho United States, is
possessed of greater commercial advan
tages; presents stronger claims upon
tho manufacturer of cotton goods, iron,
agricultural implements, furniture or tho
thousand other articles that supply uio
Southern market; and to the commerce
between the north and tho south tho
location is suoli as. renders It a natural
depot and entrepot, at all times ahd sea
sous. These considerations weighed In
connection with our assured railroad in
terests, inspire us with the belief that
tho time. Is not very far distant when
Calro'wlfl be rccognlxed M Vic'1 city of
the MinsiHslppi valley.
THE MUSS ASSOCIATION.
Uiir.lnrviHrrtltiEitt III Atlirnirum To-ly
C'llro, .prtl .V..
The association was called to order by
the president, at ton o'clock, a.m.
Hon. J. H. Oberly, mayor of Cairo,
welcomed the association to the city.
He spoke us follows:
Mr. rrtUnt, nJ Mfmbert of "! Itllnci I'rrn
Aooltlon : t
The City Council, and my other fellow
citizens have, instructed me to formally
welcome.you to Cairo, and to assure you
that they esteem your visitation iu tho
light of a high honor.
We cannot, I regret to say, exhibit to
you a city of raagnitlcent proportions, iu
the streets of which JIuslneas U bustling,
aud prospering Enterprise Is pushing
hastily from ouo success to another. Our
city is yet in its infancy, and has bad
many, and apparently Inwifterablo obsta
cles to overcome, in 1837 an attempt to
build a town at this nlaco was made by a
company of capitalists, and foundry,
shops, dwelling houses, dry docks, aaw
mills, were constructed. In 1843 the
company failed, after having expended
over a million of dollars, and all tho Im
provements went to ruin. As lato as
1854 less than 100 acres of the land now
within the city limits were cleared, and
iu that year the first buildings aud im
provements, under tho present order,
were commenced. In August 1855 cars
of the Illinois Central first arrived 'at
this point; and since that time tho city
has been growlug, although it has, been
compelled to combat not only water und
tire, but also that formidable instrument
of destruction, tho editorial pen of mis
informed and prejudiced men. To'over
come danger 'from flood our present
magnltlceutlevco was constructed, at a
cost of about $452,000-$352,000 by Trus
tees of tho Property, audthe balauco by
the Illinois Central Itallroad Company.
In tho goveroment report upon, the Phys
ics and Hydraulics of tho Mississippi
ltlver, published In 1607, tholevco is call
ed "Tho finest on the river1'" Besides tho
money spent upon tho levee, tho Trustees
have expended half a million for other
Improvements, and the city and citizens
an additional million. Alfthls was ex
peuditure had to be made so that wo
might begin to build a town. The great
sacrifices aud efforts mado have not, I
am glad to say, boon In vain, and, Cairo
can now defy tho floods of the rivers that
flow divided by her, but commingle their
waters as they flow from her, and thus
united carry rich burdens toward tho
Gulf on the shares of which you will soon
stand. Wo can also boast of the law
abiding character of our people, of the
hculthfulness of this location none more
so, let slander say what it may, aud of
a determination to work out for the city
a proud future, Iu which its prosperity
will rival mat or oiu uairo or ancient
I have thus briefly spokon of these
matters becauso you are the representa
tives or the press of Illinois, ami may, if
you will, do much in the work or driving
from the publio mlud the falsehoods
about Cairo, which, in times past, were
hatched in tho brain of malice or mis
chievous ,wlt. The oltizens of Cairo are
aware of your power, ahjl desire your
good opinion. You a,re, indeed, a power
in the land. Newspapers drop tho satno
thought. Into a thousand minds at the
samo moment; pile preceptupon precept,
precept upon, precept; lino upon line,
lino upon line; hore a little and there a
little, and form' the channel through
which pours tho Irreslstable flood of pub
lio oplnlon.-jBy ohr'whVrves-'tb-day tho
water of the Ohio and Mississippi tare
rushing, and there is no human 'power
can turn them toward their fountain
heads again. Ahd from wbeuce came
ttiene floods? Away otfthere, thousands
tho snow camertipw iaadj was melted;
springs, hid In forest depths, gurgled up;
rills woro formed, and.creeka and riven.
ly tho meotlug of theso waters, 4wfail
down thoy 4alh rolled t.togethet into the
chuuueli of these, great rivers, which
sometimes overflow their banks but (or
tollzo tiro soil, and make a grand high
way for thd wiirld toU'o and profit 4hy,
And so it Is with the words aha thoughts
which the pens of newspaper editors
glvo to the world. Many or them fall in
secrecy, iu out of the way places, un
noticed, but all commingle nuaiiy anu
flow along united, making up thograud
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APjfetL
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slons breaks all bounds and works de
struction, but which leaves in its dread
ful pathway fertility,, .and the needs of
future harvests which men hereafter may
feast upon if they will only reap. In
you. gentlemen, we recognise part, and
no inconsiderable part,, of the power
which directs ahd controls this irresist.
ablo torrent, and therefore, in honor of
your vocation, we welcome you to our
midst. We ask you to accept our hospi
talities, hud assureybu wo shall do alt in
our power to contribute to your pleasure.
Even nature, who has been sullen and
stormy for weeks, has put on her bright
est smile, mid invites you to muko your
visit a Joyful occasion.
And now. In conclusion, with tho
bright sunshine of this pleasant day
about us, I think I may quote tho words
of tho 8ong of Solomon, that 'Tho
Winter is past, tho ruin isovcralid gone;
tho flowers appear on tho curllf; the
time of tho singing birds is come, und
the voice of tho turtlo Is heard in our
land." Indeed, everything invites to
festivity; and with kind greeting I ask
you to accept tho friendly hand wo oiler,
and bo merry while you may.
On motion of James Sho.if, of the De
catur 'Magnet,' tho reading of the min
utes of last meeting was dispensed with,
and reports df committees being next iu
order, the president made verbal report
on thosiibject of memorializing the leg
islature of the stato on tho subject of tho
publication of the general laws iu the
newspapers of the state, and also, on the
subject of the law of libel. No other re
ports were made.
Tho following committees were ap
pointed by the president:
To nominate officers for ensuing year,
Messrs. J. W.' Bailey, 'A. W. Edwards,
W. R. Steele. T. F. Boutou. E. D. Mer
ritt. On resolutions, Messrs. A. W. Kellogg,
W. W. Sellers, E. 8. Baker, G. P. Smith
and H. D. Emory.
On order of business, C. L. Bangs, A.
L. Sewcll, II. It. Knock, J. M.Adair, and
Obituaries of deceasod members, W.
W. Sellers, J. C. Stoughtou, and Geo.
H. Harlow. .
Mr. Blrdsall offered the following reso
lution which was roferred to committee
Resolved, That the president appoint
a committee, consisting of ouo from each
confcresslonal district, whoso duty It
shall be to confer .with .the members of
the constitutional convention, to be held
in December, aud endeavor to secure tho
insertion or a ciauso in tiio new constitu
tion authorising the publication of tho
SiiOllo laws in mo newspapers or ttie
Mr. Edwards offered the following,
which was referred to committee on
Ilesolved, That the association, repos
ing special confidence In the ability aud
many virtues of Mr. JL E. Goddell, of
Springfield, hereby elect him an honor
ary member of the executive committee
for the ensuing year.
Geo. II. Harlen offered tho following
resolution, which was also referred:
Resolved, That the thank of this con
vention bo and are hereby tendered to
Hon.. J. D. Ward, for his efforts to carry
out the wishes of this association with
reference' to.ttie law of;l!beI, brought be
fore tho legislative committee, of which
ho was chairman. ' '
Mr. Holt offered, tho following, which
was referred to committee on resolu
tions: Resolved, That thoicommlttco on res
olutions be instructed to consider and
report, upon the law of libel, In cpnuco
tlon with tho publication of tlie laws'.' '
Mr. Bonrdmati offered tho following,
which was also roferred:
Resolved, That tho rights und benefits
of this association bo extended only to
persons who aro bona fide representa
tives of tho press, eltherum editors, pub
lishers or authorized correspondents,
and that the executivo committee be in
structed to see that this resolution bo
carried into effect.
Qu, motion of Jas. Shoafl', the ladies
wero especially Invited to attend the
meeting, of tho Association tomorrow
On motion adjourned to meet at half
past eight o'clock to-morrow morning.
J. R. Mossku.
. E. H. Tamiott.
Cairo To!.u.!n Viii-lnr'. con.iUtiili! of tin liMlt-jinHi!
prrasaml jmiiip twelve reUinew fuilr lliil!ir ex
irn, mul tlx. mailer one, two ra.Mlohcri'w. ono Iron
mil cr nil trMik, four it'll lit moul.li, two ett
iurtjr. Jo, 1 tt 1 IU lump, P,t ulnu Inoli, iio
ono truck nu'l wheel, MuoK., board, tiu und iron
'plnte s," '300 drying moU, and four plr' calei, nu
cjuH'tog hord, mid three heavy Iron prean, one
uulng kettle and tave, two caeinu boxen, tool, etc;
ope sweat lioiuounj four kt(rtr and pipe, ouuldtter
ers, desk', etc, ?tc, all In coinplotn order, c up hi
ulro, IIIIiioIh, a (food place to carry on tho bualner,
with a tood outer trade, and homo mutoni. Tobacco
in. the leaf, (he best of quality,, plonty near by aud all
. Terms easy, ,A iooit,e)inco for Uipso llul ,wtiui a
brtslnMi WfVadj8fjrled ami ready, nil In 6nuti The
hounecan t rented at fair rnlet, or1 ptirt')uied. A
good two itory lirlek. tin roof, with buwunent,. S
feet by R0 sufficiently lar;e.
Alo. nrJecn fann,i W ivcrc of laud in (Jallulln
and White eountlos, Illinois! will sell tho tmmcTor
tradd for Cairo property'. Call -ami fee ine. or Col,
Jameki H, Buardeu, or nddre mo nt Cairo, 111,,
qvruer and controller of aboe, WM. V, JAMKS.
" AIIIU.'l Villi I'TII !
Whoeale nd retail dealcr'ln , ' '
PURE CMYNTAIi 1 ICE, ' '-
Comer Eighth Street and Ohio Lcvet.
Ice dellrered to all parUf the city. All order from
abroad promptly flllid, apUWoaepl
QRDKACE Ng.JJ. tt
An ordinance irrnntlnir tho rlttht of wav throush fcer-
tnln otreet, to tho Cairo and Vincenne railroad com
Do It ordained hy the city council of tho city of Cairo s
Section 1. That the riitht of war oyer and along
Commercial nrenno and St. Charles trce(, ami across
Leree ntrert, in tuid city, aliall.be and haroby in grant
ed to the Cairo and VinccnncitTallroAdcdmpany j and
tliAttho raid railroad company ahall hayo tho right
and privllcjto to lay down and operate a liiiKlo or dou
Melinoof rail (and no morn) orcr and along raid
Commercial utcnuo and Hi. Cliarlca atrcct and ocro
Let CO street, to ally point at which tho depot of said
company may lo located and established; provided.
noupTer inai such riunis ami priTiiCKen siioii on anu
licreby are granted only uimn tho condition and tin
ilprnlnn.llriL' that, where nuid arenuoor streets aro not
alrfady filled tothegmde. established by raid city for
us stri'Ctanmi avnuos, inornii 01 emu roaii snau uo
1 .1 1 t upon nn rmlxinkmcut to be of a height to corres
lnd with rnld irru'le, ami that If. at any timo. said
grndo should be altered, the height of said embank
ment shall be altered by saldrnmpihr to correspond
therewith Hint i-ny npptonthc to said embankment
and crossings over it, shall bo constructed by snid
company at overy ro street Intcrsecti'd by said em
liankment; that tho tracks and rail of said road In
said nu'iiuennd street shall bo to orrongrHl and pro
tected by said company by planl:, Mono or other solid
mnterl.aln to ntlor ) n safe and onsy pnssngo for U'ainsi
and vehicles orer them, whereter said tracks arc ac
cessible and rim I o socrooed; that rails sluill belaid
a near the centre of the avenue or streets a prartlca
ble,and If ndouble line of rails Is laid down that tho
tracks shall Ikj l.ndns close togcthero the business of
the road will permit s und that such regulation may
be ImpoKpd (and enforced by nppropriiito penal(les)
by the city councilor said city iip-m said rallrtad com--jwny
anil others, as to the use of said track in said
avenue nnd streets, as will restrict tho speed of cars
IhPrcMi to a safe and reasonable rale, will prevent tho
storage of car and maintenance of other iM-rmanent
obstructions ujon said tracks, nnd will gtncally pro
tect the pubHaliithnwWnnn convenient line of said
avenue and streets such regulations, however, not to
ba siirh an would bo inconsistent with the right here-'
Inbeforc granted to said railroad company. '
Approved, April 16, 18W. i t ' ' ' ' ' ,
npI71"t JOHN II. OIIKKI.T, Maor. '
HUto of Illltiols; Alexander county?;. 'Inthri Circuit
()iirt of Alexander county, July Term, IW. Kannr
V. Victor v Mary Victor. In Chnncerr t Mill for di
vorce. Atlldavltofthonon-rcsldeiico of Mary Victor, the
aliorn named defundaal, hating been filed In tho
tlerk's olllce of the Circuit Court of sahl county, no
tice Is therefore hereby given to the said Mary Ictor.
that the complainant flled his bill of complaint in said'
court, on the Chancery side thsreof, on tho Till day of(
April, ltxU, and Hint thereupon n summons Issued out'
of sadl court returnable as mo law direct. Now, Un
less you, the said Mary Victor, shall piTitoniUly be and
apyrar before the Circuit Court f sld county, on tho
first day of tho neit term thereof, to be holdcn at the
eourthoii-e ill the city of Calra. in said county, on the
1st Mombiy in July next, nnd plead, answer or demur!
to tho said rompMinanU bill of complaint, the satno
and the matters and things therein charged and stat
ed will b taken a confessed, and decree entered
iigninil yon according to th prayer of said bill.
JOHN U- HAIIMAN, Cleik.
Cairo, April 1Mb, 109.
Mulkey. wall 4 Wheeler, rkil'rs forcompl't.
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IVh Ifli niHkcr nnd Jewelry Mfere,
(K. . JORDAN, AOKNT.J
Kighth Htrvt, Near Commrrielal"Avr7'
. . , aprWdiwSm
OrHceoftho Curo City Ferry Company! I
Cairo, III., April lOtli, W).
-Notice U hereby given Uist meet log of ,thu slock
holders of 4hl company will be livid ut-the-oirlcsof
thepompaQy,corncrUa(hingUn Acnuu and. High
teenth street, In tin city, on Monday, May' 3I, .JSCW,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., for tfi piirpootelectln seven (7)
Directors totem tho cutulnjj year, and for other
business. TV W 1 HAMilDAY.
aplud' t i secretary.
STOVESt TINWARE, ETC.
A II ALLEY'S Oil A 11 IE, It OAK
i cTnri; cpmv ' 4
(Abnvo the Market House.)
Itnoflng, (flittering, Hpoutlne ami Steamboat Work
done m u neat and substantial munni'r, at short no
i n .'i iii.iiii.i. m i. imvmmmwm inriiT 1
pl. EULEUS, . . , - -i
Boot aiict Slioo' 3Vtfv3x.ox-
Ticenlifh sirctt btttoeen 'WafoiTiyion' and
(Nearly oppmlte ihci 'btirl House,)
Keeps n siileinliit st(kk of tho best material, pud good
workman, ami can till yrdur on ahori nntwe. ,
Mendlns ilone nentli' !t c icilpty. Tatroii so
J M, l'HILLIPS & CO.-, i .Hio
((-ucce.H.ors o I'.. II. llcinlrh k A Co.,)
Foi'wnnllng aiail Cqutnilsslpii Mertlmnt8
WH A It F II tt XT , rJ01KIETOKSt
Cairo - a1 XliiTftoii.
Lllxral ArtiHiriatVi Made on' OMslynmenta,
tend to with promptness. UDlOlawtf
QOAL! COAL! COAL1
AT .v (f!)W
Having made permanent iirrungemcnti Wltn 2.
Sliotwell A Co., for a J,
Ws'tiirtWu'r r ci,
.4k'l 1 fAi i . mi iii i M'!i
Ulrectjfrom tho mines, wo arc. prepared (to suly
steamer at unr tlmo day or nlht.
t Steam 'Thc "Ivy"
Always In reaillne to supply tl wants ef stMra
and the public generally n( living urlota.
pUt tlOUKKT M, HMITU, lel.
J&kN H. OBERLY"& GO
DRY GOODS, ETC-
'EW GOODS I,
,Tlto Oldest Estitbllslted
IN TIIK CITY
lUTl'ENHOUSE & 1IASNY
Have on hand, fresh from the market
Alpacas, Kobalx Cloth,
rrlnled do I.nlues, Pel; In I.iutres,
French Jaconet, I'ercnlos,
Italian Cloth. Challl,
French nlnghams, Krenoli I'Jl'tS,
Pufo Mohairs, Pcoteli (llngh'ani,
Crapo Marotx, Poplins,
Percale Iloln-s, JnpanosoCloUi,. .
French I .awns, Pacific Law n, J
arenndlne, Printed Iilnens,
rialn Percale, Whlto Alpacas,
Ilrownnml Plenliefl Hheetlng,
. Urown nnd UleaeliiMl Whirling,
, Paris l'rlntcdrprinc!linwls,
e ' " ' Tibet tfhhwls,
. r ' I.nmu La Hhawls,
' '' Bilk Mantilla,
ij... . Prl'Vel( HnregCH
White floods, , ,Donni Maria,,
Wnlnsnoks, Dnttrd Melt,
toaCambrles, . Hosiery ,i ,'-
India Twill, (tlovcs,
India Mull, . Jaconet,
Mneu CnhilifleT A. Hwls.
VtAmi ANI VAKNIMKILS,
Table I.lnens, , ,
COnMEIl KI0IIT1I HT. ASI COMMKItCIAI, AVK
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC2
Successor to John f. Hsrman Co.,)
HEAL ESTATE AOEST
itv u r
i . . ? n if
Buy and scls Ileal Klnte, uy Taxes, furnishes
Abstracts of Title, nnd prepare Conveyance of all
Inda. Office, No.7l(Jl floor) Ohio Ivee! marlStf
JOIIN SV. TIIOVEK & CO.,
Real Estate, lloml autl Slock Urokcrs.J
Will attend fo the paymuiit of Htste. Coiintvamt City
Taxes, and all bilslne pertalniui; to a (fKNEKAI.
mtOKKBAOK... , ., !.;-
EiaijTU Stuk:T tcoinldoorfrn Cam. Avf,
decSI'Mtf Cairo, III.
IjiDec'lallv dculKued for the no of the Medical 1
fessiomuid the, rujilljv wseiwlug thosu Intnusir
medicinal prn'rtie whk'n lelnngti an old and Pnr-
ImlispeiiSAUu b Female, f loud Air Kidney Com
plaint. A delicious Totiia Put up ill unet. contain
ing (tu ilou-u lfdli'i'iwli,ii't sold by all druggist,
griwer. Ac, A M. llluingir A Co., established 17J.
No, 1) Heater street. Now York. niarlMIy
A, J. OAUI.K.
ODGE3 & CARLE,
.Witt attend to tho mI of real estale, mrruhaiidise,
furnlliire, sti'.'k nml ro ily of iiny and nil kinds, far
two nnd one half per cut. ronimnclon, U-ingHbout
onc-foiirlli the t'ompi'iisatiou usually vharged.
Any person feeling himself or Inn-self unable to pay
that rate, of compensation, shall Iw .nhccifully eriet
The putronjgoof the public :solloiliil,
Ofilco at present at Parker It ll.xlgo' I.Uory KtabL.
A commlsifloii and inu-tlon hout will bo opened n
nimvda), ilu.i iiotl.-o of uhiuh will U'glu'li.
JADIK lLUini;ESSJTU, .
MRS.. A1HHK Hl'llK '
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Wishes to Inform tho publU' that sho'lra a (
Iinilllea' flnlr llrf (sli ialoou
On Coinmerulol nvepinp, tatwecu Ninth nit,feo'tfi
afreet. Bhe ftUrt nuiumjicturr Curl, SvUchf,
Watch-aur.Yi, Rnr-lllng, llini-elrt, and
all kind of Ilalr Jewelr
IjuII.b mav linv., tin. i.fililt
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Ijulleamny have thecomldOKil it their hair miS-
facturel in any desirable t)le.
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