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FRIDAY EVENINGS OTLY' 9j 1869.
JOHtf H. OBERLY & CO
THE GRAIN -UOfEXENl
Proponed Miig or Ntrnn Propeller k
(t ecu Liverpool nmlXeu Orleans
It waYurgfcJJ caiiathe (oc
ces3 of the great throujh 'grain 'mlve
raent via tho Mississippi rjvor and low
Orleans depended Imrreasureably tpon
tho establishment of a lino or linn of
steamships between Sow Orleans and
Liverpool that could alvays be rolid on
as carrier? of out outing, grain. The
cottoii vessels would no cary rralri
when Uiey cpuld gotXco:ton,,rtndf. It con
sequently often occurred that' rilllpaen's
were grlevlously delayed, at a tlmo
when It was highly desirable to listen
them forward. As time passed, tb in-,
cosUty for reliable transportation Vuwine
more and more apparent, utv-l tile
friends of tho tiirougf: grain .iaoTment
saw that It wo Indispensable aud could
not longer be delayed.
The Bt. Louis 'Republican' says jiat it
is not apprised of the steps taken ly the
grain association la this dlrectlol, but
is gratified to learn that English capi
talists propose tho formation of th nec
essary company to build aud opi-nto a
line of vessels especially adapted o.,tbo.
carriage of grain, To tills end MsrsJ.
S. DeWolf & Co., of Liverpool, have
commenceiUhe organization of i com
pany with a capital of. X400,(H)0, It the
purpose of building twelve irou-scrow
propellers to run between Llverpod and
ew Orleans; to be of l.GSO tons meas
urement each, the hold to be lluel and
Yeiillllated for grain, to draw sixUm feet
loaded with graiu or houvy frelgit, und
fifteen foot loaded with cotton, und to
run u I uo knots her hour upon l daily
consumption of fifteen tons of coil. This
rate of speed would enable the pnpellors
to make tho voyage from port toport in
twentv-two days, or would give, fVUk the
number specified, n regular semimonth
ly line from each city. Messrs. De Wolf
A Co. In their prospectus aunouice that
one half of the capital stock out million
dollars has already been substrllwd in
England, upon tho condition that the
other half shall be subscribe! In the
United States, and state that Messre
Maury & Co., of New Orleans, have been
appointed agents to receive subscriptions
here. The plan contemplate tho elec
tion of temjorary directors at Liverpool
as soon as the whole amounl Is subscri
bed, and the issuance of ntck upon the
payment of twenty-live pir cent, of the
The friends of the grain movemont,
particularly In St. Louis aim -o
Orleans, should see to It that this liberal
advance on the part of English capital
ists is met In spirit f oorroaponding
liberality on this side. The establish
ment of the lino proposal will remove
the hint obataclo in the way of the com-l-.eto
and trlumphantsucce.i of the great
through grain movement.
The radfoairfiroiJio indorsed Grant's
"domestic policy," which means, we
HuniKMO, tho appointing of all his rein
live to olllco und the education of his
son at th expense of the government.
Forney glows over the idea that all
the southern hegroea will act at tho bul-
1. t-box "fearlessly, us mey um w
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN ON Wti
1 Sfnco tho determination has been fixed
to supply tho vaccum,Jn heeouthern la
bor murket wlih Chinese, the character
of that people becomes an interesting
Udy. "Ml' f r
George Francis recently liarraugued a
crowd in San Francisco, and during his
WIIAT NERVE DOES.
Kewwrkable Kenult of IU Exercise.
h.ytuu on the 7th of June," and the Ros-
ton 'Pct remarks that "to roruey's ojo
there Is nothing like h dt ve with an
olive brunch as a loyal negro, very
drunk, with a raaor."
Tho oonmitaioTiur of interal revenue
has appointed u bourd of three persons to
hniiire whether the whbky stamps now
in u-e r Milllolent for all purposes con-
ttmplated by the revenue law, mm
whether any of the now devices urged ,
v ,..n his notice will be more eileotual In
I : . venting fniu
The prollts of tlie Roston Peace Jubilee
nmouutod to 5110,700. To this are to be
added tho profits of the Gilmore tostimo-
t.ial, andthuu Mr. Gilmore Is to receleve
?Vt,000, ami tho remainder is to go to the
widows and orphans. Mr. Gilmore has
also received a handsome homo and lot
l.ilSoston, valued at $23,oD0, as a gift
fiom tho managers.
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A correspondent writing from Rangor
Hill, Tama county, Towa, says: "Hund
i oils of acres of grain aro raised in this vi
cinity without fencing. As we lmvo a
c liupnuy regularly orw'anlzeu and oill
crcd for tho purposo of herding stoelc,
and after a fair trial of three years, wo
havo como to the conclusion that It is
j..uch tho cheopeut way of protecting
According to Uiok! Y. World,1 It has
transpired that General Robeson, tho
new secretary of tho nuvyi subscribed
live hundred dollars towords purchasing
a house for Grant. This was his lntorest
hi tho Grant glft-onterpiiso, and ho has
now drawn his prize. Tho largo sub
ficrlbers haying boon all disposed of,
Grnutls now coming down to tho small
er holders of stock. Tho ono hundred
dollar subscribers will bo considered In
the next reconstruction of tho cabinet.
harrangue ho made tho following refer
ence to the "ChWs6: ' p' "
I told you lastylgt how I, crossed, the
Atlantic ocean thirty times, and traveled
over South America. He had been to
the Indian Archipelago and to Batayia,
Javi, -which was tho garden of Kdou. t
wts.tho guest of tho Dutoh governor of
Java. I saw whore tho" Chinewfct
their bird's neBU to mako soup from, but
it was tho laud of tho tiger and of tho
cassowary, and tho ame spirit was there
that. I saw In Batavia one hundred
thousand Chinese. Tho Chiueso wero
gathered iuto a tquaro with, military nd
canndn all around them", with tho pro
toilie of making a treaty with them, and
tho Dutch ofllcors loft them on tho pre
tense of going for a paper to complete
rim irr-ntv when the mllltarv wero order
ed to lire upon them, which, they did un
til not one or mom was ion uvo. i ue
iriHh wero the mlsenilileJ peortle 'you
would make them they would applaud
this act. Mingled hissing and applause.
Ispokoor Java aa the garden of Eden.
At ..At- T ....... thn T v m li
iJown in me souin 01 jt ww mu
trdej everything Mpprqachlngitperlshesj
birds, animals and vegotatlou. Wo have
a Upas tree Here lu aMuerlca It Is in tho
Influence of tho treasury with Its brunch
es all over America. ou approach tho
treasury an honest man, perhaps, but
you die tho moment you haudle the
money of tho government. Consequent
ly, we, to day, are the most corrupt peo
in our leulslatiou and commercial
life on tho faco of tho globo. (Applause
an'd'hlsses.T Since we havo commenced,
to handle three thousand million a year,
it has become worse and worse. Once,
intheolda.tltuo,.the office sought the
man, but now Uio wan seeks the offlco,
All Is changed. The country has been
divided Into two classes tho politicians
andthepople. Two parties. You havo
i..n Vtnrripu hHre in California republi
cans and radicals republicans aud de
,Mr.ii ntmlftlnnlaui miid secessionists:
but I cannot ecc auy ditlerence where
nr.. nil ntrreed to repudiate the
national debt the uatlonal currency of
mv rnuntrv. rApplause.l
llko to know how you can say
a word about loyalty or disloyalty to one
another: to Knowuow your,'jefmnwnis
.. ..it n itnmor-mt n connerhead. WheU
Willi t . . " - ' ' , g,
van imfii nirre to call the currency or
i.a onimtrv raus. rAnnlau.so and
1. 1..,. j i 'I'lmt iM-uIlfir Mound I am. ac
customed to It comes from two peculiar
..,tmni it rntnps from theizoose. for il
Is his speech, and from the viper, for it is
ills venom. Treraeudous arplauo.l
Fire a stone among a pack of dogs and
the cur mat Is nil always "
uewed applause, and cries of hit him
airain. In Java I found a dltlerent peo
f..n tnv in the known world. Aim
then I began to have a taste for travel.
I found the Chinese to bo moro advanced
lu civilization than tho Lugllsh, al
though, the English tried to civllizo
their! i with cannon balls and boxes of
opium. Applause.' I never was ,o
surprised as I was when I got o China,
to Ami that the KnglUh hud lied worse
about tho Chinese than any other people,
f had not looked at the Chinese
except through English news
papers. I found, when introduced,
Instead of Miaking my hand, tho party to
whom I was introduced shook his own
i... ...i n.ni t linil tn (In the same. hell
perplexed, Instead of scratching their
head they scratch their L.uKh:
ter.l Their orchestra Is always behind
tho stage. Instead of before it. lhey do
buslnesfor oasli, while we do it mostly
for credit. Tliey reail from liottom to
top of a page, Instead of from right
JiAtf sixteen hundred little plocos of
of their copper money go for one dollar,
Aa ounco of pluck is worth a reciment
of hesitating men. VA little Aerye. cool
ness. Dlucff and dcclsldn have earned
men safely through dilllcultiesaoemingly
insurmountable, lu all probability no
person possesses nervo to a greater de
gree? than do bank robbers and persons
or mat class, wuo nvt not uy lauor, uui
br-their wlbi and operations which suc
ceed fronV boldness. N'ot long, since a
man tood lu a Wall street bank wltn a
bag In 1U hand containing siu.uw in
goia. A gontlemaniy-iooKing man, wuu
bisiittt oil', said to tho ono who held tho
gflmV-'Lctinoheftlt; I'll jjuess within
an ounco or its vrcigiir." ,
Tho nerson addressed mechanically
handed the bag to tho applicant, who at
ouco ran outdoors, aud was soon lost In
tho crowd, while Hie lOflornevor saw n
a'jraln.1 On seeiug him wlth.'hli Jmt.nw,
tin (iiniK'iit mm n cierK in mo uuun.
Kentleman standing by saw tho thief xo-
movo his hat and hang It on tt nooi:,
whon he, too, mpposed it-to besomo ono
connected with the bank, and said nam
ing. J , .. lu
Some years since', a person entered tno
Importers and Traders JJaiik. Jfew York,
iu broad UaQriigut, put on uusierBiucit
a pen neuiuu uis car, anu mcu wumcu
deliberately past clerks, tellers, csiner,
pnd pushing the president aside, who
stood talking to some of the directors,
entered the vault and helped himself to
the largest package of money he could
find, walked out unmolested, no one
suspecting that anything was wrong till
lie wao orrana out orsignt.
A few mouths ago, in XeW York, a
hearse drove up to the door of a mansion.
A genteel young man rang mo oeu anu
inquired for the in an thai lived there,
but ho waaiufwroed, that ho .was down
town. He said the hearse contained the
remains of th daughter of Uir occupant
of tho house, who had Just died at school
in Connecticut. The servants of tho
hbtlil' had heard nothing of the, matter,
hut hnlnodtliB drlvdr to brine tho coffin
Into a narlor. and. at thu suggestion of
Have seen that often. T twi.
HcVe it is thero for bribery. If the prls-'
oners should mako a breilr thhy will go
in spito bf. all tho guards and drncors can
do. I have often; smclled liimoriou the
men fthb convlatal. and havo HOBaetlmnn
fpuwLtrjo bottles which contalaed it. I
believe the prisoners .arc, conspiring tb
mane a uroaic, anu wuifcoe out insiuo 01
thirty days. '
I red dolfars lu tho hands of prison
I mean that sum in tho hands of
GEN. JiOSENCRANS FOR GOV
ERNOR OF OHIO.
The 'democracy of Ohio did a wise
thing when they nomlnatod Gen. W. 8.
Rosencraus as their candidate for gov
ernor. It Is a step toward conaorvattsm
.that will win tho Eupportnf thouiandB
of moderate republicans, and win, If per
sisted In, result in tho completo redemp
tion of Ohio.
Hon. T. J. Godfrey, of Mercer county,
was nominated for lieutenent governor,
"W, J. Gilmore, of Preble, for Supreme
Judge; Stephen Iluhrer, of Cleveland,
for treasurer, and Col. J. M. McConnell,
of Fairfield', for attorney general,'
With such a ticket the democracy may
ntertaln strong hopes of a decided tri
the young man, who said he was a teach
er, sent one ol their numbertothe gen
tleman's place of business to Inform him
of thosadjieitiL. .The teacher, remained
In the house to toll him the. narllcuTars,
but .when tho man arrlvdd ntio teacher
had cone, and about $3000 Worth of 'Jew
elry kept In bureau caskets had gone
with him. The eollln was opened anu
found to be tilled with a beach log.
C0NSER VATIVE TRIUMPH.
The conservative element has triumph
ed in Virginia, lu spite of tho iron-clad
oath, tho disfranchisement of white men
and all the other obstacles that an
unscrupulous radical administration
could throw in Its way. "Walker has
been elected Governor by a majority of
over 40,000, fivo out of tho 'eight con'
gruisuiun elected are conservatives, and
u the legislature thero is a large conser-
atlvo majority. Thisresult'la 'a bombi
hell In tho camp of radicalism, and is
greatly deplored by radical patriot?)
becauso it will "dolay reconstruction. '
Ish I All hall the oldDomlnlou!
The M'orkliiB of the ir "Murnl
aud in the center of each llttlo piece Is a
hole, which they doxlerou-ly uo to pull
out the teeth of the rats which they cut
up for pies Applause ami laughter.
The men in China wear gowns down to
their ankles and tho women do not. 'I hey
never pay their doctors except when
well never pay them when sick; and I
do, not know but the practice would bo a
flirili.aiiiil nil il hoalthv practice here.
:Lauahter.l H1s not a bad ld-a. They
f.urvttiAir iIimuI six feet above ground
stead of beneath it. They never fan their
faces in hot weather always their backs.
We hrleflv alluded tho other day to the
tvnrklfltr 'nf tlin radical 'moral reform
system" In the management of the III!
nois penitentiary. The results wcrosi
renrehenslblo that tho grand Jury of
Will county felt constrained to prefer an
inillotmotit against tho wardeu and the
hoard of commteslonvrs. That our rea
ilcrs mav havo a full understanding of
the present condition and management
of the Institution, wo present below a
.w.riimi or thu U'fctlmonv drawn out on
wminm ltlaeliforil sworn I om .oro
man In tho cigar shop In tho state prison
Iff 1 11 1 too II theru about x years. Disci'
pline. as compared with former years, is
no uiscipuue hi uii. -, , v. v v
nimii.il wonnons arc carried at tho presen
.i... r .itK.iiiut.xl. a short lime since
to take a weapon from a prisouor, and
i (nin mn hu waultl cut my (i d d d
imnri nut. All wo can do with a man
n.iw to get him to work is to coax hint
! t ni,rn. im u-pimnn. Had a row in my
feliop not long since, when tho prisoners
Tiiftv fnltl mo. "Stand buck, you
h." I du think the lives of
the guards and furemen are constantly
In danger. Wo carry our lives In our
hands. 1 have ceased to report convicts
entirely; tt'snoiue; they will como back
and laugh at me. If they are put into
..-ill fnr ji short t hue. they say they
iiad plenty to eat and good times. I have
. . t .Instill UMrilA)!
J 10. 81.1
IWnUnslolhecIMm or Fox, rtownr.1 Jk v for street
nillMK.n4JiroiiJliia for tliaUruiim of Inudi.
WIimmk, a proioitlon w been umilo to tho Citr
Council by Mfifr. Vox, Hownnl Sc. Co. 16 receive from
tliocily itn Ifoml, ilrnvrini; olglit per cent.' Intir"t
ltrmipuni.aiMliNtyaMp twrnty.rivo jtan after tha
Mt thereof nt jmr, In, (ictllemcnt of their cMlm
aj?s!nt tho city, under their conlrnfltfor Krinlinir tho
streets nriii nrenuc. tho right lieliiK ni'conlrtl to tho
Cltrto nyoirnd redeem, l any tim beforn tlioir
rnMuritjr, tho wholo or ny portion f f mM liondu,
nalo, ntunytlino within two yearn from tho duty
ol sm I lHiri(U,toptirch'4! tho wholoor nny portion
roro rate of ninety tcnt on Uw dollar, tliero-
c It crlalne-1 by tho City Conncll oftliooity of
ifHl?!,kVv.TtotthorT'.itl0U of Mnin. Fox
Hownnl A Co., ai pecffleila1ve, bcattil tho nme U
liorcby aeoepted, with tho conditions und pTlrllcce
thereto annexod. ti
6te. 2. That,forthepurpo-oof carrylnu Into ef
f(lhofcttlemrntatioo nuthonuvl, tho bonds of
thocIy.NIineiltoMer.Koje, Howard A Co., in
uui.uiiiiii.iiiii; mi iifm-u upon, 10 nn amount
equal to tho principal and interest of mI.I claim; that
Mid bond nhaUjfraw Interest at tlio rate of elaht per
oiiiiinii, niiu piinu uo maue payanio twenty-
tiro yean artor thti.Uto thereof, and hall hare neon
ditlcM Insertod Uieroin, that the city may redeem tho
niiiir.iiu.1 inilllUil .liriVUI, ai HUT iimo
T Doruon mereor. at
ineir inaiuniy ; uiui ruo intercut tnn II Ixi made M.
bleieni.nnnunllyinndc'outoni, slRncd by th Mayor
and City Clerk, providing ior tho p.iymcnt of laid In
terei.1, ehall bcatlaehod to raid bondiand that Mid
bond thall bolcnel hrthft .Mntnr nnil Cltr (Morlc.
and f hll linro tho oily ' al attached thereto.
Ktc. 3. That for the purpoo of paying tho interest
IIDOn the bond, kllthorited bv thn tirrrlntn neellnn tn
i int.' nrojier uincera oi uio city rlinil, ni in
Mfnotimens llieKcncrul and other rpeaial taxtut of
tlie city ato levied anu collei;teil in thn present and
in each ami every
hoivli. r-halt bo nnld
collect fri-.m all Iv
Mid'eiMing yiar until aaul
in inn, an.cn upon nni
tircmeriv real nn-l ito
nal tn SjkI ritr niw tnxalilu fir L-fnoml nnr.
toe, a utiei'ial a.x .urtleient In amount to pay tho
H'"t". J. PIIHI Ln.'i.i., miiiwii PiUI. .11 IIIUII IJU PV
a!dcnnd bo cpecially approprintol to thepa)tnont of
i.Md lnterot, and In) u-edfor no other purpoiu what
Approved June 30. 15.
TWK SALE. CIIBAP-New C
I? loli. oornorLocunt and Slztoenth lre-U.
mari&irr i.Ki-.r.. a i.ii.ii;kt. aiiv a
la hereby given, that from anil nflar this dale I wil
notconsder mWelf reponlbU.. for any MA eu
ffcu-d by my wife. WILLIAM J. L-AWUHaUK.
y(ln Cm 7'J"Ua j . , i
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
Tli. Il.ntl.t utnl Prnlirl rrlla.
In one of tno'villatres of Ken'tuckV re-' 1 '
centiy, a iiaptist minister ami a young i
Fresbyteriau cJergj'man preacneu in me
batae hou'o "nigh about' both, preach
titi bulhir present at eScll "mdetlng.' Onc-M'
cveulntr tho Presbyterian, after a dls-
niiri.on infant Tiahtlsmr tinxieoded ;to i"
baptixo several babes. The little candi
dates made a ereat outcry, which, of
course was noticed by tho iiaptist man.
Kextdaya number of converts of the
loltnr irnrn tn lm InimnriiKil 111 the rlvor
in.ur iv. At tho amiointcu time a lame
ennennriia ifntlicreO Oil 1110 UKUKS. IUU
Proshvterlan ueinir orme numoer. aim
Dtunutnir close to tne waters etiire. anor
the candidates had been Immersed, the
Iiaptist took hold of his Presbyterian
colleague and said:
"Now, sir, I will Immerse you."
'1 ho lattar, amazed, demurred.
"Come alone: I am in a hurry!" re
plied the damp devlne, and dragged his
brother into tho water. Alarmed and
indignant, the young Calvanlst declared
at the top of his voice that ho did "not
Co. mill tho Citlro
A I. hull I
From lii ilurphykboro '.V:iU..-
The proepeot-i for an overwhelmning
i,,'fvnr nf inklnir an additional ono
hundred thousand dolltus stock in the ;
Cairo & St. Louis railroad by Jackson
county U g 'od. It is believed by those
who are familiar with the view, of the
people of the county that four-tilths, ot
the voters of tho county will go for the
proposition. Our citizens are too well
aware of the reat boncilts to be derived
from tho building of tho Cairo & bt.
Louis railroad not to take advan-
tllTho people of those precincts through
whioh the road will run will have their
lands triple In value, and at the same
time havo opened up to them an outlet
for their productions that will be of in
calculable value to them. In the upper
.w..tnf ti.n pmintv tho farmer i3 now
compelled to transport his wheat, corn
and oats on an average a distance of
tweny-ilve miles to a markot that will
pay anything like u fair price. The bulld
InK of tills road will cauo to spring up a
number of towns along Its line, and open
tn. thom markets that will nay as good
prices as those thoy nowsupply . Indeed,
tho benellt of a railroad to tho western
section of Jacluou county, can hardly
now bo calculated. Huch a cliango
would bo wrought iu the order of things
thero thnt It would appear like a now
believe lit Immersion, was opposed to It
mid would not submit to It."
Tho audience was much excited by tlie
scene. The Iiaptist released his hold
and said: "Young man, I will not lm
ni(ro von to-dav: hut if everacalu I see
von Lantlaimr llttlo ones aualnfct their
own will and In spite of their cries and
kicks, as I saw you do last night. I will
God in hm:l! Let us pray '."Harper's
It Is roportod at 'Washington that Gen.
Sickles, tho new United States Minister
to Spain, ha received instructions to on-
ti.r into negotiations for the purchase of
Cuba. This plan, It Is urged, will relievo
Bnaln from a devatting war, which must
bo waged lwfore tlie rebels can bo sub
dued, and will also aid the L nited States
in living the dlftieult quostion now pre
sented for determination.
QAIllO ANU l'ADUCAll
Th . Kht .lritiht rwenjer tten.:
It. Y. .NORTHKR.N .U- rr.
Will make rsulr I'AILT THtf bttmwjk Cairi j I
l'adu. all. intv.nc Ciru trv trDinc (Stuidayt e-
cepted i at Ave u'rlix-k.
Tli Hitiie.'onnecuai raoumui wii vim.w iirn iii.
an I Ohiora !to.t.l, aud the (X.morlaod and Vnuir--
Vvt fn-uhi ur pa-aace applr on br l. or to
Ian!- i 1 1 UUA. rilUiw .
ground in- ; to obey the order of the deputy warden.
Tliowarih'u is me ...
t le misrule. If a report Is made to the
deputy he has to report to tlie warden.
1 Jtidi-e there N no rule with regard to
currying knives. I have taken knives
'frequently from pnsoner one loot u
'length of blaJo. They carry them in
leather sheath, and In their ImmNIwu,
and on their perils They are all al
owed to carry Uulv.- I ytcrd.iv .saw
f-omo convicts running n the yard, and
following them up found a light . lw lro-
erC's. I sloppeu u. "iwu v.".
' men sav, "You son of a b-, I'll flx you
1 vet " 1 Uw a knife drawn at that tlmo.
Thero aro lots, of ilaugerous knives cav
rled. I heard the warden had gono
i round last Saturday and released the
n e fro n the dark cells. 1 afterwards
' " wsoine oftheiu out. I think, from
' the threats I lmvo eard, that they cnl-
Piilate to kill several of tho guurds. Dls
, S & U w.re since Mr. Perkins came
' .iV.... ..,.nr hi.foro. Have lieiiul of the
, Isoueis carrying revolvers. Johu Hut
lor said there were several to his kiiowl
',u 0 of the men told me, hist
! Sk, 'So would do what 1 directed him
i If i would agieo to bring him. some candy
it...... ... ii l have olteit paid prison-
frmii 50 to jCO per month for over
work I think tills overwork matter is a
very poor law. Bw about Hftwu con.
vlcts yesterday conspiring tothor.
Thpv havo telegraph signals by which
A to eael otlier. One of thorn
toVf moMr. Perkins would do; auyth n
i i .
It is dangerous to report couvlc s to-tho
warden. 1 have seen from flvo to elgnt
l.'Olt llt:XT. T i" oui. in lh eoond tloor,
1 ovi r Miller i: Milr' Ivtmutf nuri', :il rvaaosaM
i.-rti... Apply at Mill. r 4 .'Mkr . m
ICHI2IJ30X t WIENER,
7" A2TED AGENTS
r .1 i i.. r .lorn- :-t!'f utilltj t in a
t.nl : e- I 1.1 .inn. . ii" - i'.i- -' "ii. .- ...
. . .MM., I-..'. 11 1. I..ll V
4111 T"T r.U'llIJi!. J.I k 4 ur.r ...i.i u. .'i.i,...
y ..)iuiil"ii -tt.'.'l. Iti.-ii. !. Je3lwl
of I'.Jaard T. IUmi. 0iti4.c J,
Tl.e uii.l-iii.".il lia'ii(j Vrti alfintd adm.nti.
tiai-rof thtftat of fiitwitfil T. If"-., 'f tlw
.imity of AU'V uel. i mid iate .if Illlnol, dtx-MMed,
l.ubv KiM- i i.-e t!.'i li' w'H appear ufre the
-ou.iti i"Ki. "f Alex"dir i-oHiity. at the eourt lioue
m Cairo, t th blimlr term, on the ..I Monday m
.-viiU'in'.' next, it whirh tun ull proni liaMtii:
laim aaiut -aideaute M llulltt! iinii rciuvttea
i i .iiL-iiu, l-r tl..- purpne f havius the aarne adjiwtj
.dl All wroiit mdel.1. d to iid et:ite are reque.ted
iu imike Imim-diaio payment to the umlertixiutd.
Iuted thi Mil d.i "f July, A. I. 1S.
lyTwOw SEO. W. WAI.I..A im.ni.trator.
T" aim .. etion 219 of an olmaiio outMlfil "An
ordmau. tu adopt ihordinnc- af III citj uf Cairo,
kr, M.,v i. That fcuction numlwred 2Uof "An ordi
... ... l,.i ..i.llii inpin ilf (ho C11V of C.lirO. 113
rc.ie.limdCo.llilod,"lienmeiidtHl by addlnst nt tho
!wl nf th.i kCQtion tho fullouillK lloriU. Vlt: "Vi.
1 i.i Tii nn n...r nr Slut almll. txitueon the I ft day
Jl iwri.Hiuv. j... f-
l.ivinc u alio-
m vtlrietiiallv urcv
Aipr )v;a juuo
Whiiloiile unit Itclnll,
iSTo- SS Ohio Ijtovee,
CAUt'J m ILI.1N
Ilavtnu fu :tliiit tui lliu iiiauuI.u mi of pu.' Fi .i '
Sini, iim-ati.rinl vii'-u.:uioili the I .u
IM'leat pin-.-K wlm ti mil .itu Ilia trade, N I. - i
and retail dwnlei- nr.' iiiiiitvlt -ll. ji
SMITH & NKLLIK SCOTT,
Au I hnpori.su iu.l I'a'.er-i la
Iliiiunii Hair, I'rcuoli rerl'iiinerltvs, Hriislie.
i'o.Miis, "ri'u, i:to.;
An 1 all kiiiU of Tollat Article,
CoMMEItmi, AVE.. OPPOSITK WI.N.
TEK S 1II.OCK, CAIRO, ll.lu
rarlioul'.ir atteutiou ivn to Shamimonin a t
UltfKltiliiK laUie.' Iwir. by .Nellie Seoit; U will preit-at,
the iiair from falllni;.ml, aud irill roator it i .tx
nriL'iiialeuloi . 0MisultiioJi. n of t he uea l
givuiifrw of i hurge. The puWie ara inrimd to till
uml oiamin onrtiM'k,
Wo nUoliaii- Ht-otiViin.l llaneit' Hairlie.toutiw
They will pmrnote the jjmuth ! ihe hair, proven! tlu
bur from tailing out, eradicate dandrull, and Kce;t
iho ealp healthy. Ju-"'
WAXTKD Alwander County Orders, at WcN.
and City scrip at Wcinu on.thu JoUiir.for
Kinm of Lumber naU "ilJ'Maieriali.