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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2. 1S69. JOHN TT
jY & CO
Welrowo 'Ail4re Wit, WJ Wbi, Kq.
Ocntlomen ofiho I'aducah Mm Department
I liavo boeu honored with the pleaaant
task, on behalf of the Aral) flro corujmny
of the CJty of Cairo, mid I may Bay the
citizen h In general, of uxieiidiug to you
a heartfelt welcome to our city, and to
a participation In tho celebration of this,
tho tenth anniversary of the Arab flro
" company. t : -
How hubllmolts (no fraternal Boiifl-
-SiflHt.aH sen runiilftinted in Uieaotn, at
tention andrcciproca! courteblea between
the flremeu of Paduoau and Cairo: Tho
cordial welcome, marked reneet and
houorjbestowed oh tlio repreontatlvtajof
tht department, on the nccanlon'nf their
recent xblUt, our ,alntef city, . lhrlietl
with juHt prldp the 'cltli'ehii of Cairo, I
hut feebly jpeak tho hontlmsntij of tho
firemen ami citizen of thla'.ilty, when I
aajr to Jheroprcsentatlv f-th Fadhcah
flro department, who honor tUU lnfr-
estltiR occasion with then rjrm'ncb, thht
they are welcome to ulitiru mir lm-mlf;.!.
ily ; welcomu by the hallowed memories
or inoeventrui pat; welcome by tho
ciierlHiioU aH.soclatIiiiH of the present.
As tiremcn of tho sister cltle of Ken
tucky aud. Ill ijoIh. I charvu vou U U-L
thcMM ML'iitlmenlM of mutual friendship
burn ever bright upon the Ublutof tuuui
. crv, for your example will bo worthy of
uu iiiiiinuon. irannmit ine Key or the
lynterJex .of thin enduring friendship to
succeeding Keaenttlom of firemeu, and
you will accomplUh much toward the
lasting peace, prosperity aud happiness
hi iueu juuug umew.
To tho firemen In general I would hay,
it would b(f Idle for me to attempt a port
rayol of the IntereHt mid pride this de
It can bo heen aud read in a lauguago
more Interesting, more potent, than I
can command. The huudredM who
throng the thorouglifures to greet your
cum i iik ; wie tmouw oi joyou, exultant
pride, eeholuK from ordinary heart;
froited age, vigorous manhood, youth
aud beauty eeeu along your march
give evidence of tho Intercut and pride
that Hwell tho public heart.
Aud If these arc not adequate, elo
quent aud complete, then behold tho
scene here presented Sco tho mothcrH
aud daughters of our city who grace the
the occasion with their pretence, aud
lend life aud light aud oeauty to tho oc
casion, presenting a picture more en
chanting than the richest laudhcape
far lighter than a "nummmer morn,
When .Ith beaten u Mreikid utlh djpilc i,r. -
In your demonstration commemo
rative of your aunivonary organization,
the people claim their rights to a partici
pation. In this they pay thojust tribute
of respect aud manifest their gratitude
gratitude that will ever lurplre their
hearts to appreciate and their voire to
Whilst I would draw no invidious ills
Unctions between societh-, organized
purely for temporal purposes of good, yet
I will say that none excel tho lire depart
ments in the uxtuut of theiraetual ben If
r ceiiuer;evultlug from their saoritlces aud
Uill.s. In fact when we reilcct upou the
object of Ihuorgauiiuitlou, the necessi
ty of tbulr existence, the almost unknown
and unappreciated sacrifices they make,
it may well he doubted If they are equal
eu, iiudeocrvlng the palm of actual supe
riority Let us, for a moment suppose,
the better to enable the mlud to tipprecl-
1 ate It, that no such organizations existed;
' 0 that cities were loft to the mercy of uu
pitying Humes; that costly business
marts, richly ndorued erections; hcauti
ful cherished homes, all were left desti
tute of the protecting caro of these organ
isations. Take, for example, our own
city. Dwell with me for a moment upon
tho Hurt ordtial tlmiiR'li u'litiOi aim
has passed wlthlu a few ears ISIaCKou
sr edialls, lonely clilimioy-, ami crumb
ling ruins, point you to tho scene of her
desolation, and furnish evidence of the
might of unrelenting Hume, and tho In
viuolblllty, power and Incalculable valuo
of a well organized and ably directed tiro
department. Had vu not thrown around
, - us itH proteutlng shield, to-day Cairo, oar
home, would bo but u desolato -vaste.
Hut, thanks to our nobloilro department,
we are still in existence, aud feel that If
wo were as well prpteoted from all othor
dangers as we ero from lire, our loved
city would be in a healthy and prosper
i ne tiuties oi a uremau are not as somo j dent In Now York, whero the matter of
might suppo.o, mere holiday pastlmo. i oaiiinir m10 r iHltiir t r-nirv ti...
Whenever active service, when tho bel- . "."IU lKture to ratify the
irv htdl ori.loctrlntliiHlimiiiiulrtilinnitirm. I Mfleenth Amondmont was discussed.
no avocation could lu more arduous, or
hazardous to human safety. There is no
appointed tlmu calling for aid from the
flruman'H strong arm and brave heart.
Ic may bo Just as ho is called to rppose,
after tlit toils and fatigues of the day,
The black n exs 'and gloom of night;
tliu fury of (ho storm; (hechlllhig blusts;
the burning rays of a summer's sun or
. .spQrcljlngsaud, laveno consideration or
' syiuphtlyt fdr. tho'flromau. A voice fa
mt 'miliar aud. fratclU with fearful meanlmr
nounds upon tlio oar, telling of danger,,
ami instantly ueus oi repose, lamuy cir
cles, society aud friends, houses of wor
ship, halls of mirth aud tho work shops
i are deserted, and earnest preparation
made for Um conllict. Dark volumes of
r, curling smoko or lurid gluro lighting up
lliegioomoi nigut, points uiierriiiKiy to
tin place ol daugcraud of woe. jtut in
tin place oi danger and or woe. jiut In
tho midst of confusion and Intensity of
excitement, thero Is een exhibited ft
Tar fc-aidritoficaimncss.'oourage, metiioci, tie-
YOtlou and intelligeiit tllrectlou. And I
' uier Js lieard above tho howling of tho
,rt1 wlndfe- tho roar of angry flames, tho din
of oxoitoin6nr, 'a voice guiding by tho
' light of oxporionco tho territlo conflict,
i It-arts throb with anxious dread of en
dangered homes, pallid features catch
tlit liisn ration oi nope, wiiiini uio as
bled multitude gaze with mingled
tloutf of foinuid delight. The stiifo j
OIUnilOllt HI " uiiJjn. imiouuui
. . A.H.. A.. TI... O.. .....I ,1-. ...... I
goes leartuiij uu. ,iu uumu u-u ,inuit;i)
Teap madly from apartment to column,
from corridor to roof, and now.thu cot
tage homo or proud culflco Isclrcled with
bands of lire. Doubt nnd almost illspalr
rests upon tho throno of hope, when lo!
beiuntli Ihi'stoady slioko of tho firemen,
thowavoof flame dies In darkness. Its
forked aud biasing tongues aresltent, and
Its fleothluff vblco add crackllric timbers
are no longer heard. Lone and desolato
walla topple;to tho earth, and bury hero
aud there beneath the hot and smoking
debris, maimed limbs and bravo hearts
wnosncaro was moro or duty and of tri
umph than of personal safotyl How of
ten does tho 0 reman aeal with ills' llfo
bis devotion to the cause? Point mo to
an association on the globe where devot
edness Is moro Hibllmu? - Point to one
whero sacrlllccs aro grcatar for tho public
good, and what is tbolr reward ; tell me
of their compensation? Do tbey orcr
want for means to render thomselves
available in defense ol other's wealth?
Aro they over left to levy contributions
upon their own scanty substance III-
flparcu means, to render iiietuseives em
clent as firemen? Let those of wealth
wh& aresblelddd luf tllolr afllueiico by tho
fireman's valor, lolls and suffering let
Let it he remembered that lire men arc
not always found among the rich: that
fashion and wealth contribute hilt few to
their numbers. Jt Isto the hardy, ruuged
sons of toll, whoso charitable and noble
hearts, whose Iron wills, whose undaunt
ed courage, whoso souls thirst for tho ac
complishment of worthy deeds, who fill
tho firemen's ranks.
Regrit not thnt S'odr number are sup--plied
from such a source. The sneerer at
tho hard'and swarthy handoflabor, who
floats like driftwood on tho surface of so
clety, forgets that of all that Is useful,
luxurious or beautiful on earth, toll has
been the creator. Tho workingman's
royalty Is yet ,to be acknowledged, as
labor rises towards tho highest throne of
power for "God ordains that idleness Is a
Tlie commendable designs of your ass
ociations aro not alone confined to the
sphere of tho fireman. iJeyond your
conflicts with tho fire-god In his fierce
element of flamo there is to be seen a
silent, gentle rplrlt of benevolence-acts
of charity enshrined In tho heart- of tho
widow and tho orphan commemorated
by a monument of veneration and grati
tude, that will live beautifully lu the
hearts of tho recipients of your bounty.
And If holy earthly memories aro not
entirely forgotten by the freed soul, mem
ory of It will bloom in loveliness whero
angels dwell In tho blessed realms of the
spirit land. From there they will
"Haunt ou from thnr IlmrriM,
folllr Vckoninx 'low n lliclirom
f trilling in eternal iiritinti.
on wijr paihwiir, onim-ioiud."
Fireman, ko on then in your ctrreer of I
utx'fulnes aud honor Vour cause Is
worthy of your dovntion. worthy of tho I
be.H ouonrlea of your manhood, worthv
of thegreat personal sacrifices you make.
Tho pleasing recollections of having been
useful and worthy tueu lu your day and
generation, will Impart a peaco or mind,
more enduring, more valuable than that
which overflowed from fashion, wealth
- . -
WHAT &TOKKH U'AX'S
"Resides the removal of Sen tor oflleerH 1
in Tennessee, Stokes wants the president '
to airee that in case Stokes returns to !
Tennessee and assumes the Governor
ship, aud calls tliose who ran on tho ticket
with him together as a Legislature, the
administration would recogulzo them as
tho choice of tho legal voters, and thero
fore tho Statu government, aud in case of
trpubje, act upon the call of Stokes as
Governor, and furnish military aid.''
Such Is tho news that reaches us by tel
egraph from Washington. That propo
sitions so Infamous in themselves and so
full of disaster to the people of a great
commonwealth, can bo made, with Ini.
punlty, to the chief magistrate of Uio
country, tells of a demoralization most
deplorable to contemplate. It is said that
"tho president Is opposed to tho catiso of
Stokosl" Opposed Indeed! If he wero
not a man deep in tho corruption of his
party, ho would have driven tho shame
les Stokes from bis presence beforo such
a damniug proposition could have been
A late Washington dispatch says that
Sonter had an Interview with the preal-
Sontnr was of tho opiub n that tho new
Leglslaturo would eventually ralify It,,
and ho further assured tho president thai
ho had favored It on the stump in all parts
of the State. Tho understanding was, at
tho close of tho Interview, that it would
not bo advisable to assemble thoold Leg
islature, on aocount of tho legal ques
tions which would arise regarding its
right to act.
A negro boy Is playing reporter for tho
New York 'Sun,' and has been "lifted"
out of several meetings which ho under
took to report.
T. L. Cuylor, comparing Bishop Simp
son with PuiiMion, suys: "With antav
cr,l(ro Mtliodlst auillHiir-i. ilm Ituium
erK0 -Metnocllst audience, the U shop
would call out ten aniens to Punshbn'a
"inion Jtowan iteiper, tnoimpeni ing
Hlnton Rowan Helper, tho Imiiemllng
crisis man, is hou-iiobblug In New York
with C. Chaunoy Rurr. Tho Alrlcaii
gbntlemati will be thoroughly dUcussed,
Tho grand DukoofRadeu Is seriously
ill. Fuu uunouiices that a pair of slip-
" " r. , m m V,
11 "" t disturb tho Invalid while It is
Tho spot where Geucrul Sickle- w.ia
wounded has been clearly duttiuuned
and definitely marked by (lie Cb-ttys.
burg dancers, and the world is n ueved
from its torturing suspense.
Two young ladles wcro recontly saved
from drowning whllo bathing in tho
port of Genoa, by the gallant conduct of
Messrs. Gregory and Thompson, officers
of tho American flagship Franklin.
Vandorbllt, on his wedding night, at
Syracuse, gave a barber ono dollar for
shaving him, add. distributed fCOamong
tho waiters. That old luuatic will keep
fooling until he gets into the poor house.
Wash' Ington papers says that Mr. W.
P. Tonry, lately a clerk in tho Surgeon
General's office, and who was dismissed
therefrom an account of his marrlago
with Miss Annie Surratl, has left that
city to accept a lucrallvo position lu tho
State of Kansas.
it Is said with muelHruthjthat asking
an editor to fix up your manuscrlpl be
foro making its contents public, is Ilko
asking a -tHan to black yoiir boots, and
mend your clothes beforo he introduces
you to his friends.
Ben. litiller attended camp meeting at
Martha's Vineyard, and was urged to
come forward aud be prayed for by a
good sister who slugled him put. The
prayerful subject declhifttl, but tho min
ister In charge said Hint if he would ho
would kocp tho meeting open all night.
The dovll appears to have got Into tho
negro preachers of Alabama of late Ilev.
Peter Ooode, of Montgomery, Ke v. Henry
Morgan, of Demopolis, and Rev. Henry
Jackson, of Summerlleld, aro all charg
ed with rape, or attempts to commit
rape, on tho persons of negro children.
Henry Jackson was bound over last Sat
urday hy Just 16a Uerry, of Sclmn.
The tour of the president hns exercised
the tact of scribes in selecting adjectives
and epithets by which to designate him.
He Is variously spoken of as the "Ramb
ling." "Traveling," "Drifting," "Shift
ing," "Circling," "Revolving," "Noma
die," and "Sporadic" president, and a
Western paper appropriately calls him
the "Great Bender."
Education of the Colored People.
Tbo deitrurtloii of tlnrcry at tho South
brought into uclvty mid politics a new ele
ment, tho proifiicc of which only tliu politi
cally foolish, and thoa blinded by prejudice,
can roluie to recognize. Four millions of
human being, mun, w2inen arulhjbUcn, rote
during tholato seotlonnl conflict of artnTfront
a condition of fervitudo into a condition of
freedom. More than tlili. Forniorlv prop-
crty, valued nt ho much pr he ml, purvliainbic
j nnd titleuble, thuto uivn, wo in on und children,
1' become the political equal of their
forr,,r nter, and now Miwid Ufore tho
,!tw ,,p Pcc 0" tJl,J proudfut in the land.
Tho cliaago wai uddon wonderful; and tho
reiults which will now from it may be guwsvd
at but cannot bo anticipated. Without warn
ing, without preparation, Ignorant of oven
tho clement of education, their mindi all
blank, thii vast multitude liuvu been ending
od with great political rwponiibilitici, and
now poiteM pwor for good or evil. It i
therefore tho duty of every Intelligent citi
zen to do all ho can to aid thcio now citizens
to properly appreciate tho rc.poni.lbliity of
their novel position, and to induce them to
make n wlib'iuo of tub power now in thole
poe slen. Tho only way in which this duty
can bo successfully performed is by pouring
into the minds of the frcedmcn, and Indeed of
al colored people, the tlreaiys of intelligence
which flow through our tyitcin of popular
education. Wo mutt cducato them, must use
every posdblo effort to develop their faculties,
I and teach thorn to think for themiclvei. Ik-
Tanco ,,nnus OI uwigning pomiciant
f il. . 1 1 !.
urcaoiui weapon, uangerou to uiriy;
ami it cannot, must not, lo tolcratea in tliu
Hut here nrisos n dlfllcnlty, and who enn
unnnuntit? How can thoopcoplo to edu
cated V Wo lok with favor, and loudly ap
plaud, the otforU Ixjing made in thU direc
tion by tho colored pooplo of tho South. Tlioy
are contributing liberally, nc rdlng to their
nioan, to fnitinl college for tlio oilucutlon of
thoir children ; but what la t become of that
vast multitude of colored children whote pa
rents lmvp no means to educate them, scarcely
enough to pay for tho daily bread which tlioy
coiiiumo. To attempt, by law, to throw open
eur public schools to them would, no doubt,
result in a loud nnd nncry outcry; nnd nrobu-
bly, in the present condition of tho publio
imnd, disorganize mewl oi iiicm. isovertlie
lu, tho public weal, overy consideration of
philanthropy,' the dictates of Christianity, nil
demand tliu education of these unfortunate
pcoplo. How, then, shall wo, proceed to tliu
performance of this Important nnd imperative
duty ? Southern Illinois 'Teacher.'
ANTED AGENTS FOR
An mtirciy iw work thai lias Ihiii in iintive irtn
iirtinii tnr over thirty yi-am; xmliully enclowil fy
iraninx eiPrf vmrii oi nu uiniiuiyiiiui ut'iioininuuoiis
Vtir IA nlp.liln. .llVlllt f II 1 1 lin.ll.uil.. ..I.I.
iiniplo p.iKf, a nninlo ur the rU'Kunt full p.iko
enunivlngH with which thcw'rk will bo iii)ipIIs1ipiI,
ailHrcs , , 0. t V:.NT. I'ul.lishcr.
jyi I in 8 W. Fotirlh street, Cfnclnnall.O.
iiinvcruHl wxiit aeilant awhtt uo ooinitoaition. Kend
' .. . ir-rr I I. " ...a... k '
mhiiiii nir oiri'uinr. i.wiwBi iumi a t'aii,, o
W.ih iiKinn hlreet. lloHlnn, n'ilwMj
ii l ItH E A superior auipen-fornklit-or
pn-itM an uneimulled bmcu for
ildiua i ur'',u- - a brnoe, or not
JP ARE WELL TOUR!
THE KIVER GOD
'fK ABEJIir GLORY OT TUB WKN-
."'t'!'. purrhased nm GXiiren.ily
quipped l.yjliBUrigln!, Onlyanrl UrinS 1 7
DAN RICK, For His Onn (.'rent Circuit
With which hm Is now mslcln- hi Triumphal Klna
Tour throiiHh tho Wetanl South, nn-l which com
priups an UMrUallml array of Iho lovpllcit anil niot
Kraoofu!ly.xompllhd lA.ly anj Olrl r
Tho inoul Olftol. Foarlps and Bni(tonftl Illdnrn,
L".L''f."i.0 nnait,.Afrobttts. Athleici, and Dluln
Kiil'hc'l nrnpral Pirfurmpra ; nnd the handnomMt and
mom aitonlahlngly Intelligent
MrrrronTPnod nithln the maclc circle oftho Itiu
invludlnsthc SIOO.OOO lU.INIt MAKVKI.,
WILL LX1IIII1T AT CAIRO O.N
HATUItDAY, SEITHMIIEK 4, 18G9,
" OLD DAjST XtlCE"
"OliU DAN K,IOE
"OT-.D DAN RICE"
In hln "Old Timo" tharactp.- of
I'AMWX .MK.STKK'ri Mlmirl.li. Hlitr Cornot Rtnil
illprxar on liorfxlxick. lutnohTi!i:KTfWJMI.K,
or Kruuit rMcp, will Uj j;itpn ( Iho rxprnsa ofthQ
whupny lo Circua, nnd not ldirned and
loiiii"outln mlrcrliiliipntonwli(-N, Dun KIpp'h
niftllo l "limlilK IVrfbrmaucP, without oulmdc Dirt
ri.AY," liiolcnd ofoutaidu display williout Inaido
nr norjpi oi una moi(ninTnt rtablihmtnt ar
exempted from tlm ditrviiiir aud ruinnuit toil of
win ruaii, ani retain, unimpuired tli.it nobility of prei
ener, pow er of avllim, and Merv apirit, fttwolutpfy in
diipvmabln to perft'pt and ttirillinu rqucitnan rrpre
vcnutinn. I'lcaae rcuiemlx-rthatthU In pondirely (ilMRA.V
TKKDto l ihuONI.V Dan ItlwV ouly Clreu, and
that within ila apacioun and h.indupmely appointed
pnvilion theri la oom and comfort-ibte aeatK for nil.
TWO PEKroilMANCES EACH DAY t
AdmifMon, 5rt cenut. Children uuuer (en )ear, 2J
Cent.. Doori open nt 2 and 7 o'clock. Hen
program miw of ih rtaj .
CAltUXVILbK, I I.LIN ll ls.
ACADKMKKnsluli and ClaMttal
bOlKNTIFIC Threa year.
001,1, K! IATK Pun r Vear
COI.I.KCIATI'. AND TIIKtH.OGICAl.-nT0
Yaar. 1 . .
NewtmclPQ.ih- buildius huro rwcu'lplipia urvt
!, v, ith Hdmirable ai'eoimiiodalinn for a luri;c miiii
Ijer of amdenta. Hoard In thn ColleKe llonrdin,' Hall
at THitRn i)(Li,'Ant.v.i;i;i;. '
Tlio entire espeimo for Tuition, llo.iril. Homn ltcnt,
ut'i, ii.:-, uueft uui oxri'.-ti
iro a 'EA
I'uriue tlm vaiuocourec of etiiily nithllie oune
men , mm win rtvemi iho ki'i o iip(rei vtiieu iney
ljr.Miuiif, iiier uniaiii immhi ni ri'ii-omi-ie r;"-i III
Tlionmt term will romtneneo ou tht
Firwi ItfoiHlii)- in Soiiteiiilx r.
l-'or further luforiuatinn iuldro- 1'rof. J. W. lUilev,
or I'rof. IS, II. Mlutoiij at t'lirluivillo, HI. nn:llw3m'
for. Elnvt'lilll uuil Wiieliluu'tou .Itrtinw
Kecpjnn hand tho celebrat-l Cr.iuei llreed-i und
Itaymonds metallic burial bie
Also, black velvet, waliiiituv tiUnodcut.ln'.tiitiiln.o
order, ut very low prlees.
Jlr, Ffllli ierforiiiit id own nork, U'iuj! u prrw-l
cnllin'maker.'kiid in then-fori lla to aeHcheapertiiau
anyb i clue, m)63ni
1IIRK CKVSTAL I'K,
Corner Klghth Street ciml Ohio levee,
lee delivered to alt trl oftho city. All orden from
abroad promptly filled apllfloiepi
OVER'S HOTEL. f
GRAND TOHEK, II.MNOIN.
NAMtlKL OVKR, l'RlM.
-op;a da VAXt xiaiir.
11 Ml CI CLOTHING.
JEW CLOTHING I
BARGAINS FOR THE' PEOPLE! '
MILLER c MILLER,
h!$ttl0hll'!itm',t0ck ofC""hlng, liar.
Large And Mplendld fltock
Wlilch embraces overy kind of
PAahlonahle Ocnfleniea'd Hear,
ADdmicIiaiin auitudtoall ciaMon.
-..uH.yami axiontlort to Uislraupply 01
In which tlipy profoM to load Iho market" Al
Which enibraco all alylca of Clollia. Caaalmr.
Tweed., etc., from which thoy maaunlcturo '
CXOTIH. TO ORDEK,
I"ockorf,t mi,nn!r' an'1 ,ricIr f"liloimblo. The..
Ocntlcmeii'M FtinilMlilnjf UoU
Aurraoflholr ability to aoll gnodifroin their np
tock. cheaper man ercr before, thy rely in di.
.lejerrP; j, M
LESS THAN COST !
XX.-V OOOS8 t
BOOTS ts m
IST0TI03XI m, UTO.,
TO BE SOLD WITHOUT FAIL
l VI'AIt A LL KI OII'OKTIA'ITl
INVEST MOJfEY TO ADVANTAGE.
HuTlug rnaled lo. cliangu my buinu, uiy entlr
lock, embracing about
RY C.OODB, STAPl.i: AND I'ANUY
HAItDWAItKi HOOTS AND HIIOKS.
' OARI'KTi', Oil, CI.Ol'HS,
IlOtKHY AND NOTION
And rrer) thins tilauthhl la iuully found In a well-
(ticked variety tore, will U told Mow Near Yorl
whoieaalo prlci. i . i t .
I hive aWit 01,'IOU worlli of Ikinitiurv, Iucke,
butt, acrnwut-nea'il) every ilt.!Ur' worth atapV
good, rhih I will olono nut, iio.h lot, fnrlxly cent
on the dollar, eoat price
kln- lr' 4.oIn llrtnrliiirul iinbr: a
wry heavy vreT.t. ui iniiliu,l.ioMii and UntUtd
table linens print', 1uhi, sil., alp.u-, woollen
good', eta., rf.jjood iye, which will be mid elieiip
er lhaii over lll.v x"''1 wi re old luCmni t
I nMii in -ill iln- oreii-el whitt I )' I hnvo re
coked iijioiia oinintin of bu-lno", nnd Intend to elleet
Itspeedllj. The good in store fchll li old, if no
othorwlte, then 'i auctU.ii.
. P. KKII.I.Y.
COKNKK Sl.f-ril T. VXD COMMKIIOIAI. AVU
J AMTKll. - A No? Tirl l do general foue-
work, Inuuir. of D T. r,irkrr. eorner'Tenll'
Slid Ohio et au2llw
rA. I'Klt.-Tho-. ile.innK luard, bv day ot
IT week, can In- a 'i'nliloduli d at ill, lirdiiuin'
corner of rieienth iri-u end Hii-iiii;tiiii iiveuiu
Terntll 4 in li w el. tHuirdj V per week
board and loduiim ""I" lui
IOIt N.I.F.-- T IH'ndri dhe.id of beef steer
1 A tear old and lip4'ril, at i'renjlou, HolUai
eolinty. .Ml-. I'l Hue cnndiUi.il for feedlllK' till f.l"
Koriurtieiilnro. mldiv i j T lli:illt . Ileulali, Hoi
t)arr'Ulb;"t t 4 Hr-i .-iH'i"111"
IOU N.llit -uu m-i oiiiit urulioiu II limy con
1 rem. tli wieoU of tlir tteainer I.oiiivimia, ut sh
now llo til ihe wh.uf ut l mro. III.
-" lVA'l'. I'AllM.n, .VKoni.
Cairo, lll.i Atmtd'J, Iui, for t'nderwrilorn
1MU NAIilS, CIIK.VP
.eir t'ntl.iKO und thre
1; lot, eorm t I
n.t and "iiMei'iilh treet.
I.HEKX t (ill.IUUtT, Attv,-
I.IOR NAl.i: Uiei:'r Hi.ijipnii;
oltlwol llin Kll-IIIIK 'llllllfllll.'
paper at tl.
For lite CuiiHllliilluiuil C'uut ullou.
Uu are aulhoineJ lo atinouiito the Hon, Wiluaui
J. Aliens a i uniidattt for iuemloriiliip in tho CVinat
tuliuiial (onieiiiiiu f.om thn Kirat Hepretenlative
Dirlrii't, eonipo.ed of tho eomillcg of Union, Aleiau
dcr aiid.'I'iibl ' lo lb diL i me fide Demo
ualii parh auIlM'