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II. 6J1XRLY A C
II. II. HAIIKKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITOR
S.SATURDAY, AUGUST ill, IBC9.
Arrlvnl anil Departure of Malta.
.(Cairo lo4t Offlcd, Fsbruwy .2, iuo.) t '
(Tinto of cloning.)
.Mll.lrnl: Oliver routrO
Tuesdays: and Krlday.,. C;00pm..
Charleston. Mo.. Tueidava . .
Thebes, noose Islam' md
TnurcJTH AMUdftUyii .,11:00 k.n
JinUKd-.... i.s, fe()p. Fri. 7KWiCm. fiat.
t p.lito li, , rj-ute ilf port every day except Monday.
Huccesuful Hnlr Rentbrtv
CiucimiAti Lojfor.lleer; jiist'recVlveil,
nl Lonli flerbert'flOhfo'Lcvee. riuglOwl
Uo Emler'H. CliHI
Cure. "It ncvor
Prof. Appol, for. ranny years connected
with tho German school, of this city, lias
accepted aquation In Paducali mttlie
head of a well patronized an'dprotper
ou prIvalo.OtrmanBoliool; We congrat
ulate tuo Gcrmau citizens Paducahon
tthelr good fortune In securing the Berr
vices of Mr. Mr. Appel; and the Mple
generally on (he Acquisition of let
and gentlemanly citizen.
The I'liirn Unrtlen.
This pleasant place of resort an ely
Mum during theebot jluys-wlll Wopcn
to morrow, free' to' all who may come.
The proprietor having received his lan
terns from ,t. Louis will Illuminate the
garden to-morrow evenlug by at least
one hundred colored lights, giving vlsl.
tors a spectacle of rare beauty. As usual
gooil mu"Ic will be on hand for the en
tertainment of the crowd and cool bever
ages will bo on sale for the thlrnty.
Everybody h Invited to attend- They
will be well treated and can fpond an
our or two most pleauutly.
J OH.v ItKKProprietor.
'I ( aunt) Officer.
Notice li hereby given, that tbo pub
He laws of 1S09 are now In my ollice for
distribution. J. G. Lynch
Atigia lm " Connty Clerk?
Mr. A. Hally, near (he corner of Tenth
and Waihlugtou avenue, is well supplied
with cooking, parlor and ofllce Hoye,
tin and copper ware generally, fruit cans
for tho million, and everything else that
pertains to his Hue of business. Since
there seems to bo demand for charivari
instruments he has provided any quutu
tlty of Uu horns, squawkew, etc,, from
Kb soprano fpb tuba. All kinds of Job
bing, steamboat work, roofing, guttirltitj
etc., he J prepared to attend to oa ihort
uotlce and In n stylo oT finish that will
give the utmost satisfaction. As tliu sea
;on J at hand.forj canning peaches he
Would aay to the tuMk that he It pre.
jared to furnish any quantity of cans at
the lowest llgures ruling In the market:
and as cheap as they can be obtained at
St. Lout or Cincinnati. Give hlmacnll,
and look throughjiU establishment.
Tli (Jerinimj Nehnnl.
At an adjourned 'meeting pf the Otr
man School Society, held on Mon&y
evenlug, August 10, 160, the following
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
n'Viefens' Mr, Ho,nry Amh for the
past flvo years teacher of tho German
hchool In Cairo, having resigned hk po
rtion to accept an engagement elso
where, Intending soon fa tako his do
partura from the city, therefore bo it
Keaolved, That we lose In Mr. Appel
an experienced, educated and successful
teacher, a Rood citizen imi .i..i
. ' , i V. " " .uv menu
of progress, and all movementa tending
to tho elevation of his race.
inai o accept nis resignation with
unfeigned regrot, and to him and his es
timable wlfo who assisted him, wo ten
der an oppression of our sincere thanks
for the successful and highly satisfactory
manner In which they conduoted I Wo
chool during their somewhat protracted
connection with It. 1 ,""'"-"-u
That wo recommend Mr. Appel to tho
public as an excellent teacher and In
every respect a trust-worthy gentleman
That a copy of the foregoing reaoluMoM
be delivered to Mr. Appel, and handed
p the ipubHshcrH.or tho daily papers of
tho city for publication. 1
Ily order of the German School Society.
P. G. Sciiuu, Secretary.
For Sale. Eighty acres of the llnest
Walnut Timber Land In tho country,
"Ituated In Mississippi couuty, Mo;,
four (4) miles northeast of Charles
ton and within eight (fi) miles of Cairo,
Illinois. Bald laud la adjoining John
Hwank'H farm. Also ten acres .of, School
Land situated three miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on the Cairo & St. Louts railroad
i'or terms and particulars enquire p
H. T. Whitaker's Drug Store, No.-10S
Coramorclal avenue, Cairo Ilhuols, dtf '
Six Hunoued Dozen mbro of tho eel
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect anjl
nlraplo Hclf-sealers, the best in Anurtcu
just received and for sale at reduced
prices, at the Queenswaro House. 1
Parsons, Davis & Co.,
Jy22tf Nos. 5 and 7 Tenth St,
"The Best In Use." Emler's. Stomach
Dr. Austin, surgeon dentist, after au.
nbsengo of.a few wooks, Is again lu the
Uy, pursuing his professlbn. Tartleji
t.eedlng tho service of a strictly first
lass and scientific dentist should ,cull
upon Dr. Austin, af hi? ofllce over. Messrs
Haythoru & Elliott's, Commercial aven
ue, between Eighth and Ninth.
A.'-, r ' t-tn JUW j, rrl.
South through and wny). 1:00 a.m II.'J p.m.
South Memphis A N, 0.1. t 4:00 a.m...... 4i0 p.m.
ohta titer route.....'....... S:oo 0.111:. c witi tr,
A Mltl Both lf Broken t wice in lfc
Several weeks ago while Air., Thomas
Porter's little son John, wan playing
about afraaie bouse which was being
raPY-eJ. ,a,9.?g NNashiugton avenue otthe
"?A'VA8 cqiightJn some of the
timbers and the bone badly broken. A
physician was called, set and splintered
the leg, and tho boy'a recqyery, wasras
rapid and satlsfActd'ry as was look jfor
under the clrcamstancea. .Day, before
ywterday the syljata were removed from
the leg, , the physician. leaving directions
that tho boy shouldbo kept quiet as pos
sible for tho period of eight or ten davs.
JjJyThlch Utno.jtho, recovery -would be
complete, jlieyjboy, a restless little fel
low, no sooner found himself restored to
raeausof locomotion than lie commended
employing ;hcm aa, b9yfare apt too.
He walked out into tiio yard, but had
been therq but a short tlmo when he fell .
from i fenbrf upon wfilciiphu had"clam-
beredj hls wholo weicht falllni tinnn
'his hca(ings,leg. Tho biQb waa. ncaln
snappe(htarid ,tlic little fellow uq)v lua
dan recalXojI, Jhe Jegagaln splln-
upon a long and tcdiops .term,pfxoniiue-
ment. Ho is qu'ltcshiail, find; asUlLd,
only clghtyears of age; yet small ' and
icjKumiu'-once'-inoro jonny enters
young as ho Is tho physlcsan attendlntr
Ito hfareasohns beeff c'alletf Iti'upon four
uisunct accaslous,to set broken bones for
While on our way to the ollice this
morning we saw, as usual, a crowd of ne
groes collected on Thirteenth street, be
twecu Washington ond CoramercIal ave
nues. Thero was an unusual commo
tion among them, the cause of which
we soon 'dltcovered. Ori theslopbTof the
Btreef ailainegro man (aud ho' 'was the
raggedest, filthiest creature wo oversaw)
had another negro man "doVn upon his
back-, Eliowerlng blow's !frito his face that
made him see more slarg than thero are
In the mllky-way. Tlyj mother of the
"umlcr iiplto In ilio fli-hi'i ...nii r,.r....
and Invoked dl vers aw( sundry horrori"
upon the head of the "negro on top," but
this he "poohed" at as nonsense. He
had business In hand and he was de
fjTrmlned to transact It In a business like
manner.- So- he knocked the "under
negro" first on one sldo.of the head and
thenjon tho.other, andj thnn hewould
gl'vejhlm a -tremendous thump on his
nnir-tray"-all of which scemed fun
forrra,,but ft was almost death to the
otltw. How long theyjiad been fenjoy
lngfbU.earlyjnbrnlngfexercIse, wc are
not jpreparedifo 8y, but' as we were In
formed as far up towii? as Eighteenth
street, that two aegro meu wero fighting
on Thirteenth', iWs probable theyjfcom-
niAriAntl t m i,amm'. I A II .1.1 . .
foroh inZ rZ, X i . S , u
for each-to determine that he had met
under negrcAconsIderably bruised and
" Wk'al Prcal. I), t. Pillllia aaja.
D. LJfhllllps, Esq., president of the
Belleville and Southern Illinois railroad,
writes a letter to .the DuQuela 'TrltmBe'
in which he answers an editorial asser
tion of tho Cairo 'Bulletin to tho cil'cot
that,ftho extouslon of that road to Du
Quoln Is.looked upon aa a remoteroon
tingcucy." Ho says: 'Whatever'iay
besaldj it labour present purpose tocx
'tend tho i Belleville andr8puthernrIllln'ol8
rollroad bey(ond the tow.of Athens and
to J)uQuoln as' speedily' as means and
human hands can accomplish that
Wo have no hostility to this road aa a
fit. Lbula and Du Quoin enterprise. Our
remarks-were called out by an article In
tho St. Louk' Democrat' which spoke of
It as a through route that was to Isolato
Cairo from the stream of travel between
the South aud Northwest, and to obvlato
all goneral necessity for tho building of
tho Cairo and St. Louis railroad.
W .hope tho road may bo speedily ex
tended to Du Quoin; but when Mr. Phil
lips says that It "will Ic extended to that
point ns speedily as mean's and. human
hands can effect tho rsultt ho speaks
extravagantly. Tho only meaus provid
ed so far Is tho subscription of Perry
county, $150,000. Hence, it remains for
this company to ralso at least a half mil
lion of dollars, before tho whole Hue cau
be put under contract. As largo bodied
move slowly It Is reasonable to' supposo
that months will elapse beforo a vigor
ous start can be made., As to tho exten
sion of the road beyond Du Quoin to Pa
ducah, Mr. Phillips, who is a very eau
gulue and ardent gentleman, lms'salil
nothing that alters our previous estimate
of affairs In the least. No ono of tho
present geaeraliiulrllfllvelo see It.
"Barrett's" Is unsurpassed.
There was some excliement In the up
per portion of tho city, shortly after
dark last night, oceaalened by the pur
suit of a mad dog. The dog was a larce
4b)ack oue.belonglng to a butcher, ud
iiivoviicu uuiui'aiiuunuie oviaences af
hydrophobia.- A half doten men and
twlce.Uiatnujnbjr9r b9ys,w.ete Ja hot
pursuit of him, but, whether they dis
patched him or not ve die) not learn. Ho
received a shot through'tho body, but as
hewas subsequently Beenpasslng down
Vnfililnr.trkn nAAi ti
u,uuoui i. uiiiip, Willi HO
one In chase butwopr throo.iiegrq boys,
wo are apprehonslvo that ho made good
hla.escape. This Ih a commencement
Xe't t)io pubHo uow bo on ihelr guard.
UlaniaridtjkeFish, aj Louja iHorh.-
er';, 15 QblO'Levce. AUglQryl
The contest for' the Shrievalty of Jack
son county, between Thompson and Burr
has at length been decided. The certifi
cate of election was Issued to Uurr, tho
radical cancldate, but Thompson, demo
crat, tallodglng, fraud, appealed to the
courts. He sustained his allegations,
nnd wJH now enter upon the duties of an
ofllce to which the people elected him,
but of which iie was, for aboul nine
months, deprived by radical fraud and
trickery. .Tudgo W. J. Allen and Geo.
W. Wall, esq., were attornles for Thomp
son, and D. T. Llnegar and Clements,
esqs. for Burr.
We have received from tho author of,
the communication which was published
In the 'iiufleHn' of Thursday, (signed
"Truth") a list embracing the name tof
twenty-four persons, who, we arolin
formed, are willing to teutlfy that, tho
reproof administered to tho young'ladles
In the Christian Church on the evening
of the 10th Inst., was not unmerited and
causeless, and 4that, no lnnmiage jwas
used that could properly be construed
Into an Insult. This list was accompan-
panled by a statement wj IpJi we, Indi
vldually, accept as .atlsfnctory, - and
Iwhlch, had Itbsen'made to us tit the In-
, ceptlon of the Inquiry, wmilfl have ren-
uiTuu n uiiiiece.'sary, onourparr, to nave
pursued the controversy Wc now.dls
miss tho subject from our columns oncfe
,A. span, of , horses left standing .on
street, about noon to-day, con
celved that they had caue for a run
away aud, accordingly started down the
street at n rapid run, At X.onergaus
corner one of tho fore wheels' of the
wagon struck n barrel of halt ilnd so
chauged the course of the animals as to
throw their heads In at the door of that
gentleman's feed-store. Evidently conclu
ding that they had found the place they
had started out to search for, they quieted
d wn, aud soon had the appearance of
horses that had been Innocent of run-
' awaysall their lives.
A Iliiiinnny Merniir.
A pair of horses attached to a wagon,
took fright, at the corner of Fifteenth
and Cedarstieets, thlsmornl.ng.and dash
cd away over the commons at a speed
that Indicated they had in view a big Job
for some wagon-maker. As far as our
eyp could follow they preserved their
furlouHgalt, the wagon bounding In air
as It struck .obstacles in tho route, finally
overturning aud.twisting itself in two.
How long tho frightened animals kept
up their run we did notaxcertaln. They
started oir entirely too brisk to make a
day of It. '
new supply of cool and fresh Weiss
I Egyntlan Brewerv wiloon cr
ed at the
tttoiu Trovers of Uieo
delightful beverages cannot find them In
better condition anywhere in the city.
can and try them. at-31
A carieiiler engaged In shingling Wr.
Barclay's resl'dence'on Sevcnth'street,
fell from the roof to the ground and .broke
his leg. "We did not ascertain his name.
Another mad-dog was seen galloping
aiong me upper end or Washington ave
nue, aboiit eleven o'clock to-day. Ho
preserved a straight-forward course in the
middle of the street, and passed out of.
Mr. Editor: Tbo controversy that has
grown out of tbo recent unpleasant in
cident connected with Itov. Sir. Friend's
ministry, Jna the Christian, Church, is a
matter of no earthly public consequence;
but it has suggested a question to which
some Importance may bo attached. Is
it the provinco of a minister to adminis
ter a reproof, at all? Itfieeins tonne not,
and when that mlnUtorls a stranger, his
proofs become presumptions. If not, In
sulting. Whlsperiug in church, unless
porslstent, is not subject to reproof, for
the reason that circumstances may ren
der it quite unavoidable. Boproof from
the pulpit should not bo administered,
becauso there is a better aud more effect
ive way to secure tho desired quiet.
Officers or member, of tho church are
always athand, and nro generally men
of sufflcent perception to know what
constitutes a disturbance. A. word from
ono of these, addressed quietly to (he
parties creating tho disturbance, would
offect quiet, and causo no hard feelings.
Tho minister, and osneciallv a strati
minister cannot know tho cause of either
wnispenng or "tittering," and as tho
members and officers- should, and do,
hold themselves reipoiialblo for tiio qalut
and order of their congregation, It seonia
to me' the minister subjects (hlm'HQlf to tho
chargo of ofllclouaness and presumption,
when he becomes a "conservator of tho
peace'llui the manner indicated.
8. S. S.
Chills Cured in Six Hours, by TJnder
if'you.waut a good-stove, orattawaro
hollowiware, copper or she'eHrpn ware, 1
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that lluo,
call on A, .Crasser, Cpniinercjalayenuo
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, ana fitted up the
large and (most, comploto shop in
Particular aitentfon 'given to steam
boat and mill work, copper, smithing
and sheet Iron work, such au chimneys,
breecher escaping stea,nl-plpesj etc.
Two Ilmulrod Jim Wnutetl !
The undersigued wishes to employ 00
men to work on tho Ashloy and Mt.
Vernon railroad, whloh he will pay $2 00
per day. Payments made onco n, month
In cash. Board per weok, $4 00. Good
accommodations for boarding on tbo lino
of the. work; also good spriugaof -water
and tho raos hajlhy part of the. country.
Applications cau bdmado at the engi
neer's office, At Ashly, or at P. Clancy's,
Cairo, III. Tin. Byhnrb, Qeri.'Con.
The Belle Meraphl, Crane, master will
leave for Memphis at 5 o'clock this even
ing. C. T. Hlnde is the agent at Cairo.
The Rubicon, Blake, master, Is tho
packet for Vlcksburg to-morrow evening.
For particulars apply to C. T. Hlnde,
Ender's Chill Curo Never Falls.
Port tAnt for fl.a 21 Ilaum i:iillnK
Tiro o'clock, p. yt i
ARRIVALS. . t
Oen. Anclnrion, ColiimLli.. Win. White, radncali.
Contlncntnl St.Lpuls Oulck8lep, 1-fvan.vllle;
MarblP City," do .diinmPaJrfaJtli.N O '
0n. An-lfron. Colnmbut. Wm White, Padm-Mi.
Marble 1. ity, ick.burK;, HiUatt Iin', St I.onl:
The weather continues tdb warriijto
talk about, therebelaginoxreductlon In
the tempertiture, aud jejjtsmls.tthe sub
ject with a wlpo of our coat sleeve across
our perspiration laden brow, (our hand
kerchief being In wash).
nit ... a.. - - . .
S ?r lfflflSrtKJ,t ? T
i xno aussissippinnd Missouri continue
The Ohio Is stationary at 'Utsburg
with i'2 Indies In tiio channel, audrbusl
ne.3 suspended'. The -river Is falling
slowly at Louisville, with three feet six
UinchesJn the canal.
Here tho river has fallen four IiioIiph
slnco last report.
Business Is moderate. '
The Continental received about 200
tons flour, tobacco nnd sundries here.
Tho Marble City received 50 tons.
Tho White and Quickstep brought
good trips for Cairo and reshlpmch't to
St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleaus.
me vm. wuite is tho regular packet
ior rauuean tnis evonlug.
We know of no boat to tako tho place
t . . n . .... . 4
oi mo vumuenanu, mis evening.
ine ueiio .Memphis Is the regular
pacKet ror Memphis to-day.
Tho Cincinnati 'Commercial' of yes
The old Wheoling.Co.havinghad their
boat Underwriter burned, a now com
pany has been organized, who have pur
chased the wreck and machinery and are
now organized with a ntock"of $60,000, all
scribed monthly by the Jusuranco com
panies of tho city, and their building
committee, composed of Capt. T. F. Eck
ert, Capt. DHgah and Nicholas Patterson,
have contracted with Mr. Lltherbury
for ajnewhull.rasd expect. WUiave the
new "Underwriter" ready to raise wrecks
and save cargoes in 00 days.
poll SALKi CHKAP-.Vmt Cotusa anj three
i(r focat nl hiiiicnth'.ir... u.
t rtflimm OH.HERT, Any.
ome of in Ef tolriR 'BalM
-The.- fi1?,WV"MiV. ',.':..,?...
iwrk;raii I mmoM at Jf-: rfimn
rornfr pf fornth Ktrrrrnn.l Wnhini:ton a..n,.
Tvrtnat -M ut
linurl fcllil lodging.
. " auMIm
IOR NACK.. THolitimlrtJlilof Uff.ir.
0,1 iI rl. atl'rcnlictf. RMiu
r. i upaarit, atrrcnticf, Bolhar
li. In tine condition for frsllnc thia fill,
la-,ai!iirct jjT.JIKllltV, IWulah.lloll.
r.fit. . nuU ,m
t7"ASITKDi-Xlaa!r County brHw.'at "rvTrtf.
.. n l fity Scrip ;"! on the loiir, for nil
kindi of I.umr and Builder' Mat-n!.
T mlMtr W. W, THORNTON.
piyirr Arriox hrace-a Mir?Tru7rI'"n"
JL derforaklilioriaati an, untonalled traco for
thcfhouldcnj a.ways a utndrr a brae, or not
at plrmtirr. '
ror Uie CnlliuloiaI Caicnllan.
Wo ftro Ati''.orjtel to ennounco tho Men. William
J. Allen a a candidate for mtmbnrahlri In tho Conitl
totlonal Convfntlon frotn tho Klrt Reprcicntativo
Dlltriot, conijioiM of thocountlta of Union, AUxan
dcr.and Pulankl, ault to the decision of tha Dmo.
cratic party. taU ul.
ACADEMY OF THE SISTERS OF
CAIltOp . . . ILLINOIS.
Till InHtllullon vn ronnil.l In urn
mill rii..(.M.l t. .. .... U . . . - . M
llllaola lu lta,
Ik.,"nl i and Tuition, inclmllngUHland U-ddini:.
Vh,'i?.s an'1 "onery, per ,v f
Muie , uaiicug, painting and tho languages vx
ror further Information applv to tho"
miitlTdim MM'HKIt M'I'KB
HrJd au4 Brldrroeni.
b.i)nfor Voillia Men on lh interetlni.- rt lnlinn
of llridrgroom to Ilrlde, In the In.tltnllon of Mama?..
i-O Knll o matrimonial 'fellelfy, and tmo liaprlne
Pent ,y null coaled klter.iinvelopra free of charis.
A.llre,J,HOWAHIA!OCIAT10,bo, i, VhHadel.
1) . r WholftaaluanJifcUIl deal't-V lh'l
PUHE CRYSTAL ICE.
Corner Eighth Street and Ohio
JceMeliTcrcd to all prl:of the'ciiy. All order from
abroad promptly BlleJ. ' aplWto'epl
Ii herehy given that itcmu.lt hating ocurre.l m tho
performance or the condition oxprofed In a certain
mortcato or (Icp.lof irimt Piriii.;i i, ri, v ',.
ton to hamue) Slants T) lor tuiil Kdwln larion,"tru
teea of the Cairo City Properly, dat,xl the Uthilayol
reu,. nut. nuu rworueu in inn recorder' r
fleeMn and for Alexander counts in' thn si.m r tin.
noi, in book 1. of Deciln, pago 7B, ao., aalil mortgage
or deed of lrut. coneyltig lota numlrel fifteen (15),
sixteen (10), and oenteeu(l7),ln block iiumlHTtnl
centy.nlno (7U) imho nmt alditjnn to tho city of
Cairo, In said connty nnd Ktato. We, the
undersigned snl( trustee, wdl on Wednesday, tho
8th day ofBoptwnbernoxt, A.OJISo!). at lu o'clock
In tho forenoon of that day, tinder nnd by virlne of the
Hinvr ui wiic coniaineu insaiu mortgage, xell, at pub
nctjbnlldlnjri of ealiTtrustees.corner.flrWi
auction, to the hiclieit bidder. fn-n.).
at the of.
aYfime ana isin street, In .ililc t of Cairo, in
nnder county and State of I lluo 1 iota nnmM
fifteen (18), sixteen (16) anil sersnteen (U), In Mock
uumireasceniy-uiue in saldflrst addition
said cltyot Cairo, acconllua to tht, nl.il
thereof, with tho appurtenances, to satlMV the l'lir
i.s.oi and comtltlon of said mortgaire.
F0IlVAItl)LV(.' A S'l'l cfolMKSlfo
ka.vi Toivnn, irxijioi
at A ar.- w ' V
terOPJitf DA YAXfi Ninnr.
QAITtO AND PADITCAU
Tho light .IrauKht pM.nj!crH.mf.r
T AV.M. M'lIITK.
I!. V. NOItTIIKll.Y
J. 31, 1IKVKRI.V...,
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W II roaki'
I'viarah. lm rn l-lro IVcv IV XSfffZ Vt"
rimlr Iilir.v tdiik: .
, i wlil"-finBMl nt 1'a.lwah wll' Ih.Vrir Or!tr
an.l Ohio railroad, auj u. Cumlx rlanrl tad Tvnnrit
t r freight or iueo anpl on hnH, or to
" """I'll T IO
uuoKl.fcr, aw nt,
QKDIXANCK Oi S2.
An irlinan. f..rimdoing mil inipiovlng tv Jlarj1
I'arfc.l n t,c city of Ca.ie, nnd I . w,,, J0 Yulo
unl m v.i to for the'fame.
ncairoriLUaCa h """P'' ?0UW f h" Cltj'of
.Jrih,iAi' i'proT!itjm hf ihrou thon.ind dnWur U
find Kl.oif Iv rnide forth titi'iKi.ff of ncIoini and
linivot ing lf. ground; n ll e D j. th-ae.l Trirt of 2m
fh';.,V.iw?V,H"' f'K1 10 the, reoordod pl.U
nN LW, MJ7; l"k; ,hc "ITtopriatlmi t.ibo
ma-lt. in bon;l f fho rtty, faring int.rV.t Irotn iUt
nrtii'-rit. r- xf,,--' i.,i..i.uim ,.rit. 'l-tiicl
in tho tnunncr and fonn iik follow,. )lt Ton lnd ot
thudiMMulnation of one hundrwl UMIar raeli.Abd
EiWli WW'S,'. '' ' w :.rlocd.of thud.
?'i'?! .' fy !"ll each, and parWe -reo
lr0r'daVc. " "'!"U' r' l Wt,
.t!rtl?, 'nI;rM, ''""N ' ''" pMiUoat ti f 0m e i f
"fiV,?"!!""' "?"i'y . f it t-mdapfoT Jk
or.',1i'.ui'.',.,ll,'J.1. from tho fir.t ,laot
' i B, j , ' , fno oondu .iurd tlia'l t
JV II UHKRI.V. Mayor.
THE TNA INSURANCES)
... ....... Itv 9, 4
1'aali A tn ft
IT'S past: -
413" lliclr li uil yo know lluni. '
Loc Tald In lJty Yearn,
Tko JIo-il .Stiecftssfiil 1'h 'ft FlISII fl1fA l.v
i v vv.
IN AM Kit I ('A-
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tJiXZ''l",0! 1,10 'n;Mn' Comionlftj ehw
tune, w itii an Itimirtant pai t ..f it di nlopmcnl ln the
sphere of broad human Unevoletu'e. It is a raroand
, 2,X!&,rr'n': ,r "' ,ifttltmiona to
rntfctMts hlPllPTllarinnalK.nort, aJ that n .arl
faetory ene-nnnier oflife's il .Inr.t rM J,0nt fits
j oil ww that shall yon nap. ' ur,, as
Uieulne.anddniy mmt ho ,haM4 and lucisuitd
only l-y tho wealth and growth of ur country. "
Losses Paid at Cairo -liy (lio .Ktnu":
Itee.land C'iinnlngli.iii "
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V I. rNitt'.ird ,....,...
1'. Vincent .
Richard II. Noyes
.1 II. Humphrey..
Tr.ivor . tlllJi.
W. P. J. W. Tiniinon's,
Ilurd, WaMi A Co
N W, Oraham A Co
Hair. Cochran A Co...i.
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..m. . iall VI
Trotr A Miller.,
HarrellA Dro ,
W. J. Vot A t' ,
J. (, )luriuan.....
II Irani Ilvnbam
W. II Davis ,
It. Pmyth A Co.
John Q. Hnrman
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I. Farnbiiker vi JS
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, KW CO
, eoO CW
'Agents In all the pr'it; Ij at CUIca nnd Towm.
Itales and terms na liberal 1 , ...... ,
erato profit and -aUUntial bwurlty "'M""v"
k" i" , "naturlty rU M recoh-aWt tr
tho city lnjMym. nl rortftifs licuft.lroworement
XX'St",?,' fur ?' 'n.lot"nm! ?urotrt'
m'I uJ Abu, I.', InJ,
.Sairord.MTorrm t Candco,
M37 ,m 0E.NTif Cairo, IB.