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DAILY JE QITrpK, , ,
MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1869!
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'.JTOHNIIVOBERLV & CO
TlioradicufpreSH continutTto nasail tho
National Prohigi.tloii ,mrty, Some of
IIIU Jtl jfl, I W WIIU w. . uh kiwi in
terms of ftovoro detiuriclutloti. Mean
while Hie IcafioW work on unawoiJ, oveu
Htrengtlioned, ly tho assault.
The Union County 'Herald,' hays Hie
men jvbp, are, tho radical candidates for
oflico In that county "never heralded
their desire for oflico." Union county Is
not n good county for a radical to herald
his desire for otllce In. Such heralding
would bo labor lo.it. A radical office-
Keeker is tin much out of place in Old
UMoiras nu'wouiu PyXU neaveu.
'A'Woruah'H Bffirru&tf "AtfideTaliori -ItaV
been organized in. Union countyyvtho
movement having been iuauuurated in'
Cobilen. It holds bciuUiuoutlily tnect-t
Ingtbul Uhi not, an yet dey,e(Olicdiqiy
Hunan R. Anthony-, rH.,LJycrru)ri'
Kate. JDougatUi A young lawyer, nunwi
WVIght, wlio recently nnllod ip his uhl-
glo In Cobden, delivered an urWrcs; last
week, In whloh ho pointed- to the
..!.
SOUiai '
protest of Cornell, rnnolutHnsr with rf lid'
uweryutluii that uhctlier wo desire it or
not, women will soon enjoy the inherent
right of every human being the right
of iuirrage..
-a. .
rIn tho Johnson county representative ;
district, quite a ll.cly light U In progress 1
among the radical concerning tho dele-
gatwhlp to tho constitutional oouven- j
tlon. Tliere are 'th'rcK radical rlchmoudii i
In tho field -ICuykbhdall, Peter, Mden- '
howr. Ktiykeiittnll Is an open ndvocate j
of negro buffrage, I'eter I "mixetl" in j
this issue, uud Ilideuhowr boenis to be of I
the opinion that it Is an IxMue tlotul, and
so furadvanced in decomposition that
its introduction into the canvass 'would
bo oticnslvctn the common sense of Cho
public
The democrat have no caudl-
date-
Democratic victories in tho .South, aud
violence uud bloodshed have become
synonymous term. Mechaulcsvllle
(I'm.) 'Journal.'
And so long as radical tyrants aud
scoundrels in tho South continue to ex
cite mobs of Ignorant blacks to tho work
of driviuir democrat from the noils: so
lonK as tho few, through fraud, forco aud
villainy. eek to control tho manv. there .
will be bloodshed and violence. The
time hat posted when democrats, voters
under the law, may bo disfranchised by
forco; tho time has passed when demo
crats may be mobbed, beaten, and hum
down, with impunity, for tho solo aud
only reason that they arc democrats aud
daru to declare their sentiments at tho
ballot box. The radicals of tho South can
wither prevent or provnko bloodihcd.
Tho democrats will voto there, quietly if
they can, forcibly If they inuht.
KUewhcro in this Usuo of tho 'liulie-
tin' wo publlih tho call for a convention ,
to nomlnato Iladical caudldatcs for the
county offlces, to bo filled this Fall.
Heretofore the Radicals of Cairo and of
Alexander county, have pursued a policy
marked by cowardlcu aud stupidity.
They have never, in this city, and but
once In this county, met tho Democracy
in open battle. Their weakness is rallying
under false colors to tho support of men
who refuse to act with the Democracy,
because the Democracy will not make
them permanent o(llce-holdor--men
who dououuee republicanism while
uHlng Its advocates to further their' own
personal ondn. That tho Iladioala have
gained nothing by this policy, is a self
evident proposition; that they liavu lost
much, could without difficulty bo demon
strated In brief, it has mado tho Doino-
.rntl tmrtv of Cairn and AlnYnmlnr n I l aW inuoiWHW w me
..ratlc partj or uuro ana Alexander a representative for that uumbor, aud ono
strong organization, possessed of vim I foreftch additional ,000, or a fraction
and boldness, while it has mado the over half; provided, that each county
Radicals a disjointed body of mllk-aud- shall be entitled to at least one represeu
water polltlolans, who aro afraid to refuse tative, aud wo havo tho following result:
faiinu.- ahi rpfirttant DamocmU Cook county will havo sovon members;
to follow aftet "e"lllnl Adams, Fulton, Kane, Lasallo, Madison,
and who havo become consummate polit iW, ' KL ,'- un i Knimauion two
leal hypocrites.
Woarosuro the convention to bo neiu
on Octobor2d will not abandon this pol
icy, iieyouu an uouum win sen oui iu i
somo Democratic Bolter. We vouture to
say that oven Judge Hodges, who han
boon tried by tho Democracy, found wnn-!
ting and thrown aaldo, will recolVe ita
endorsement. Tho woru-out ofllco-hold-envof
thq Democraoy, aro tho best ma
terial theBkaicals of Alexander county
canjlnd for candidates;
3r
777; PRESIDENCY OF THE
won-
MAL.
Jt not.true (us stated by tho Vienna
'Artery') that the Cairo 'Bulletin' indorsee
tho movomcntput on foot iu Carbondalo,
to secure tho presidency of tho Southern
Illinois Normal to rrof. Braden. We
havo referred to Prof. Bradon as au ac
tlyp, tireless and successful educator, but
urn nnvnr montlonnd nr nnv other
name, In connection with tho prosldon-
oy of tho new Normal. Wo havo spokeu
oy ortuo new XNormai. wo navo spoKeu
of tho necessity or procuring tho very
best talent that Is available. It should
be, and uo doubt is, the purpose to make
the institution tako front rank among
the normal schools of the Northwest;
nd if this aim cannot be accomplished
by employing home talent, let us by all
means, send abroad. In a matter of
auch vital consequence, no truo friend of
popular education will permit. locuL
pride to, iufluquco his ,acJon, As wo
HaVo'beforo remarked, better ntlllo tho
project in its inclpteut stages, than por;
mlt It to puns to the contrp qf Jncompot-cntmen.
WESITEBN UNION TEI-EtJKAWfO:
(rrat'Itedurtlotidf I(nt.'
On thellrst of October a upw tarlirgocs
Into eirect over tho linen of tho Western
Uulon Telegraph Co., by which the raflcP
for telegrams will be greatly reduced io
all points. As this Is o matter of great
ppbllc lutorcaL ftfio . QjiWpajiy (dcairet
Klvelt general publicity. We' append
n list of tarlll't) from Cairo to a number of
important fiolntl'sh'owihfc rtlie 'contrast
between the old and new rates:
I OIB RATE M." RtTK.
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This Is, w.c think, u fair sample of the
reduction in rates td all j)6luUt on the
lines of thin Company, (showing a dispo
1 sltion on its part to deal Justly and liber
ally with the public, and to voluntarily
luaugurato a uniform turlli; whicil ope
rates uu a general reductlou of thoir aver
ago tatco, all over their lines, without
reference to competing lines.
In any coSe whero the existing tariff Is
less than the new, operators aro Instruct
ed to charge the (oxcetl rale.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany Is also maturing other plans for in
crt',tahig the utility of tho telegraph to
1,10 IubUc. c"0 of Which ia the aendlug
of messagus that do not require Immedi
ate dhpatch, at greatly reduced rates.
UU ALL GOUST1ES BE JIEPJIESXST
ED IN THE LBQISLAIVRE
Mr. It. M. JUdenbower, one of tho re
publican candidates for the constitution
al convention from the Johnson county
reprvnentative district, is advocating tho
proposition; that each county should
have at least ono represontatlvn in the
Legislature. Ills opponents, Kuykcn-
dall and Peter, attack tho proposition.
Tim ntnit tltntp am fu Im nrnnl lnM
aU)f ,f u ;MC Qt t udoptcdi
burden the State with expensoaud give
. to as a legislature of uuwleldy propor
I tlous, Itldenhower comes back at his,
I assailant In a letter containing much,
I bound logic aud many strong arguments
happily put. Wo quoto tho concluding
paragraph:
l As it Hoeras by the position taken by
I my honorable opponents, tjicy have nov
I er read a constitution of a State having
county representation, or tho constitu
tion of tho United States, where each
I State Is entitled to a representative,
whether thoy have tho ratio for a repre
sentative or not, I will give them a plan
liv wlifnh aaa1i cnunlv mav bo renredcut-
ed uud not frighten tho honorable gen
I ttemen out of their boota by tho large
I uesa of tho body. As tho last census of
tho State, which I have at hand, ia that
of 1860, I take It aa a basin to lllustrato:
Let 20,000 inhabitants do mo rauo ror a
each, giving twouty-throo members for
ntno counties, auuuinety-tnrcomemDon
ror, nine ty-tnreo counties, marcing au
un aggregate of only one liundrecl and
sixtoeu members.
COUNTY SEAT IMBROGLIOS.
No local question can moro effectually
divide tho people or stir up moro acri
monious contention' than "tho county
seat question." In Pulaski county tho
removal of tho county seat from Caledo
nia to Mound City has been a bono of
contention during n period of six or
eight yours, at times exciting violent
personal controversies, and disturbing
frlondly relatldnVthaT' had-'exlstod for
years.
In an equal degree, ljut inuring a short
er, period, Johnson county has bcen.agl;
tated by tho same cause. A like ques
tion is being discussed in Union bounty;
tho sturdy old farmers of Ppp.q liaye
county seat quarrels, and tho people of
. Sallno, Perry, Massao and Gallatin aro
moro or less agitated on tho aamo sub-
lect
Fortunately, Alexander county Is not
afflloted In that way, having disposed of
the question ten years ago by a voto
that left no doubt as to the wlqhes'q'f, the
majority. True, a half dozen or more
resldonta In the uoper end of tho county
expressed surpr'fsc, slightly lutermlxod
with indignation, nt the heavy vohi
polled in Cairo, but these resldonls un
derestlmatcd our population.
."MEWS ITEMS. , i-4 f. :.
An EtiKlishraan has Hlarted In a canoo
to paddle himself from Now Jersey to
toToxas. lie has mado extended jour
nles of tiller kind jhKurope. j rj
The leading spirit In Japan Is tho Btato
Treasurer Satsum, wiQ haj conducted his
ohlco ao'welf that' ho has become the
richest of tho native princes.
Advertising by bill posting is valtia
'blo. The Bpftcu oii thdfence around tho
New York Post-ofllce Is let at tho rate of
$4 per day for ton lfnacl feet.
Important to policeman -A. man In
, MpjciSy.Jltusajtt,. was, urrpsled orlnfluji
tlng''the polfce' because ho wWd 'riot
aland treat when requested.
' Englfttitl and'ineffcfv' having got tir
ed of discussing the Alabama claims
question, Germany Is now at It with
great .plrlt, most of the papers'taklhjj the
American aide.
A man recently bunged in Texas re
fused to cat beans on,tbo day of.hhiexc;
cutlon because they r,aIwoyS ,dlsagreecii
with him, " and lib dying request, was
for a purple shroud.
Went Wlnsted, Conn., has u hen who
belittles tho proverblul sharpness of that
State, by having set sevnral weeks
on soveral potatoes, that have sprouted
and grown abovo her head
Tho Delaware Indian word for lovo Is
''chlmelenda"mowltchowagori." ' ' )
A New Hampshire female stolo a
tombstono and pawned It for whiskey.
Patch-wearing threaten.?, to be more
general this season than last.
-Mmlle. Paulino Lucca Is going to Wics
baddeu to ulug three songH, for which
alio will receive live thousand francs.
Dr. Caroline Struss, a famous Ham
burg lady dentist, recently married to
Count Telccky, died suddenly of apo
plexy. Alice and Cella Picklo are giving con
certs nt Napa ,Clty, California, and the
young men nro In a sweet picklo about
them.
Private theatricals have been the rage
at many of the watering places, and will
bo very popular In New York Hoclcty
the coming winter.
Two French friends met. "Ali, good
day! How aro you?" "Pretty well."
"Aud your wife?" "Sho is traveling."
Tor her health?" "No, for mlno."
Au exchange says "Mrs. Stowo ought
to hide away from the guzo of the Indig
nant public," in which case she will bo
a Stowe-away.
A lady went this year to the "Whlto
Sulphur Springs under a vow to accept
the man who made her the huudredth
offer she had received. This vow she ro
llgounly kept.
A Vermont lady of culturo and refine,
me nt thought the lire In tho stove was
out, but poured a little powder in to
make sure. Result tho (Ire engine came
out and also the sexton.
Pick up any nowspapor In the country
and you can find 60 many Items about
remarkable old men, that you must won
der where tho boys have all gone.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T ii oh ki oxranxiT-sr
! thonljr Wringer Out hu the
I'utcnt Flunge ?OKW1iecI
ON DOTH KMH OF TIIK IIOI.LS.
Tlie t'fi on one end of roll are Pt
relatively beUvren tlio-e on' llie other
end of the NAM; roll, virtually forming a
Doiiiiu: gi:ah,
ut'J (hrreliy ntmry doubllnK ttio purchase. (Tho Im.
porUnce or siting c.irs Iu ilw polt(on U not ccn
crally undcratood!) '
NotMritliHtuiidliiKtlifl rolNcnn o).iratn frec-ly nt o.
Ihpr rail, llio coji-wIiocIk CANNOT lethroun out of
Cenr nn both tndlol Ibo IVrinjjer it tha mo time,
unlcaa llto prrurt) Js Ukro off.
The NOVELTY" U fustoned to tub or box by a
rattnt C'tcrtl C7in, whlcli i.la All en bearing on
tuli tlioie.W littik tf iUt'lVriyrf OtlirNWmigvr
nro merely fu.tciUnl to V utiivc at eocli run; Hint we
thu liubloin Hruiich tlm tuven from their proper no.
ditionniid ruin tho tub.
Tho l!o).Khotil, Thiimb.crew, Ac, are nloelr gat
vmlii'd, lluyiheiNoVKl.Tr, or t lent toko Jtlon trial
with any oraU otlu'rn, nd keep the Ueht.
SOLD KVKKYWHKUE, ,
S. II. FIIKLI'H CO.,
KiUjJtwlm , Oen.AgeuU. ITCortldndtKt. N. V.
c
OVEK'd IIOTKL.
NAMIJIIf.' OVi:it,' PHOPB.
at"OPEN DAY AUD NIGHT,
ul3dntvlm
'IJ-IU.!-.
jyiSW CIOTUIXGl '
HAIUSAIXS FOB THE PEtpLE?
,K .c.' j! .If :
Havinttoloiftd odiXIloirold tooIaafiClotHlnft Iimo
liroiiL'ht on a
iitrRe ftiitl &il6itillti 4ioc,K,'7:
VtMfU embraces every kin'Ir f
Fnhl(.tial)lo tlonilVmriivf W'Vnr?(TT
Ami intliijji, wi(f?;o,lla,,?.f ( ,u X
Hatn zxiici 3n.i$mt,
Inwliiettfrprfifeii toleddtha nirkel Alo to
tliett
I.OTlIINt; TO OltDllll.
itcifk V ' '"umf', itflfy tt'toauhlu Tjj'cif
fjieiitieiiiL'it'M I'tirnfhliiiiff !oods
Tltl'NK". OF r.VERV STVI:. VAM-Iv-i, (AnrtT
Aurel of their nbilitvto nell nolsriom their now
i i umii Lii r i-iorc, incy rf) on a ui
crimlnatioR publu' to extend them the pationneo Hikv
'le'ervf. ' an.1l dlf
.WANXS.
WA.TED-AI,aaiIrC0lmlJr Or lcrd, at M ctd.
. !. -'tyHcnp ntfccenuou tho dollar, for all
klndofI,urnbarlAntl UuUdera'AUt.-'rndd. . 1,
WnlS.llr w. w. TIIOnS'TON.
rii-r. ---'
rAXrKU.-Those deir.nK board, by day or
corner or Morenth ntreot nn.1 Wellington avenue.
ininn- iw -r wepHfl1prl j 7 lpcrHeek
Iwardnnii lodging. ' - 'atilIin
WANTED AOEN'TS POIt BIBLE
liYKICS.-
arlon for over thirty venns eordiallv "endorm?! fjy
V r. . ! iitinwii.il irnoirnnniion.
Kor; 10 paijucirenlar. rHiiik mil particular, with
ample paite., and-a namplo of th t lcuant full pae
enirraviliL' with which thnir .rlr ulll u.ni.ni...?i
jic h - (!. K. VR.VT. Iul.ll.,..r '
JyjlM Im 3S AV. Fourth atreet, Cincinnati, 0.
ANTED AGENTS -
Fnp dtir ilrtmA.fli a.ii!a " t . ..i . . i . . . 1 .
unitrial waht; fella at hIkIh; nieompoiltlon.Bnd
'y' &r. o'wular. MTTIjKKIXI.I) 4- DAME, .No
W WrK t. A No, l irl to do general home
?,?; ,n,i"n?-of U. r. 1'arker, corner Trnth
indOIno I Alec u:4lw
T UMHER WANTRn
JLJk
Orict C'liiCokHTioLni,-
j. kuiro, rcpK-m
Pealed Jiropoaald u III he received At
wlnetday ..rteptember 22, tut, for
and popVr Itimlier. to l-iumd lurrp
urulliM huh fiAlt.... . r . - -1 i i
thld n(Tic4.vntll
fRrni.hlhM. nut
r ... T '" " m luiii'ivr 10 iiroin
ono to thven ineli In thickn, tour to twelve luchea
wide, and none to9 over elBhtecq fnct lonp. Quai,.
ty a,,.klnaj to bo ordcnA from ihi oifieil and
1.7 it. mriun his viiv i rranurer at liar.
JtlKbt rederred lu rrjet anr or dll.bldd. '
elIM O. I'. LrON. bll. lTnmnlpnll..
-yA.VrKOAOENT5lo eir tlioniuhly lmio.1
IT domentloartie e, wanted In exery fariillr. Fa.
f.'.,UI' .Onefuol'300lnono.niull towuone.
V.Z .7.. i . il l "ion, upon wiiicii
heuiwlolli perday, andoihemdo quallrw well,
hen. Iforclryular. ' I.I rTLKFlELn 1 DAMK,
""""" iw wanninirton t Iknton, Maw.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed propoiah will be roe4red by me, at my of.
Kf 1 ln t.,.'.,c"ir of (Jiro- m.. nntll 13 o'clock m .on
Inday, sith lo.t., for clearing tho timber ott thu Ocw
roa-l. jut Mirvejed, U tween what it known tin llio
pott'd road ami Jortrr.on Murtin'd farni.ouo and thrre.
buarter miled. mors or irt. .111 1.... i.....
or low la diameter to bu cut Utol with thu arouud.
and remonvl a reet from tho oenU-rof nald'Toad.
Ad narment for the iltun,L' uiiih m..i. 1.
county order,, bidder will ugyern thcmielvea -cornlncly.
T
Tho tounly Ourt roaerve tho riuht to reject all
luu:. , J- O. LYNCH,
s
HERIFF'S BALE.
llr virtue of mi iiu iiunti 1.. n.a.li NMln,l liV I V A
Clerk of tho CireliltrConrt of 5 Alexander couniy, In
the mate nf Illinois. In fxvnrnf .1 nlin llniiin.nr.f mi. I
asalnat Slel n la llnuwgard, I have. Ievi.nl upon tha
following decrlbed properly, lo-mti Tim aoutheoiit
of the nurlliMOnt quarter and the douihwent iUartvrof
uwiuinTvii 11, c- in lonniuip iiiiniLKreii ieveti
lota. rno ttvo.wvak In- Alexaudcr county, Illinois,
tho property of aald Mellnda IlaumKard, whU'll I
dhall ofler nt mibllo dalu at ilm .-t..rk. r o.j
courlhom.', in Cairo. Hlinoid 011 tho Isthday of Oo.
WOflr.Aiiu; iw-v, between tlia hour or nlritf o'elML','
a.m.,Vud linnet of id day, fore:wh, to latldfy alil
lated at Cairo, Illinois. B'PtemlH.'r Wtk. ISO).
e!3 ttw
c ,'ii'WVl,II.JIVIilWl-1
fihenlT of .Alowvltir conntr: IlllnoU.. .'
rnHE'GEmfAN 'Bcrfdor.:
PJtOF. M.
IVIK.S(!III.(;, PIU.VCIPAL.
ThU Vell-Oitablitked initilutulit luu cntcieil iijxn
ltd Hixt'i year uudcr tho moat tUttaruiK aiuplcc.
Tho principal, Prof. Winching. In h thorouh Oer
muu aud Kmllsli gcholar. uud an cxperianced cdu
rotor. I'njiil .therefor? cap liavi-. e,xee,llcnt imirufi
tlon In boifi 'the Oern.itil and 'KiifclUh7 laniuarw?
Tuition very low, J
rupiU may In entered at any time
rVpiemU'r ll.lHi?.!. Im
j,. n
PAINTER'S MATERIALS.
Deafer fii
WHITE LEAD, ZIKO AND OILS,
WINDOW, GLASS.. ANDl' RUTTY
Drudlicn, Wall Panel- ami Window
Shade.
5 OHIO LEVEE. .:i,.l..i,iGAIRO, ILL
ROF. ED.wWrmG,.;
,!-- kader of
WirriCt'S STRING A.VDIIIHASS HAND
. :-itv , ' ' 1
Can accommodate the publlo with the bent miulq
forconcerW. ball, portien, parade, and acrcnadea,
on abort notice. ' i
Iiefdona divan nn drerv Instrument.
Roldence on Wahtnton avenue, between Fourth
and FIAhatreotd. Cairo, lllinoia. .
N. Mualo for ball, etc.. fiirniabcd, fi
c. nirauuicd. froAi onA to I
iiniweaj
cLoi;HlfMG.
vivi : 1 v jt
HOTELS.
gAKf T OILUtLJJS. HOTEL,
.Cairo,, XllixLoi's,
s, TflE hi.' CHARLES HOTEL.
yrt only .FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cain
Is pojr in Iho moot Unexcr pllonalilc oKWr for cueet
nsTlnjrtitttlergonoa
I TJIOKMJGI16EffOVATIOX
Tlio pni glimmer. '
Torrnur, S3ob 3?or nffy
i
BafKe Carried Io nml from the Hotel
irenoi Liiar(re.
Day RcnH, t2y)ny-Ftt'c'Ddi.ars ye? month
JEwnrr wilcox t co.,
roprfetort.
ilccSiatl" "
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
CADE.MY OP THE SflbTERS OF
Till-; LOHEiTO.
CAIICO, - . . II.M.VOI.S. '
TIiI.h .IiiMtfliitluji mum foiuxUd In l!03,
1 mnl Cliurferml y lic 8tnt or
llliiinlN In 1M13,
TEKMN I
LHoard and Tuiiiom moliidlnKbvdaiid buddlnic.
tnnntlK , m
SIUK!, lUncinx. palntlncnnd the UnBtiatiedlstni.
for furtler Information ariplr to the
nuglTdiim - fMOTIIKK'hUprniOR.
QARL L, THOJtAsj 'rrrrr
SIO.V AND OK.VA.ME.VT.lX I'AIXTEB,
Hhop-Iu the bn.-ment of the lly A'aUonat Dank
' KntMine, f tidhfoI.e'Tee, "
HKOO.Ar FACTORY.
QAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
S. F M'KEE A.- IlHOTHEH,
Having perfeeted t It ir arrangement for thu niftnufa-i
tureof II room in Hit city, ',iie now pre rrod lo (to
ordfmnl n. .
Xioccr Fricoai
An the rame o,uaUttes of broomivnn )jt purehaaed anj
where.'
Ordcr loftat thektore offi.il, Willlaunon.CSOhlo
Levoo. ornt the .
XMimfMclory, Fourteenth street, hetwee
Hal out ituilCeilnr,
Will be promptly attended to.
Order by mall MioulJ bo &ddreied to
W.K. H'KtCKAlUtOs
1. O. Uux 1.11,
Seplltf Cairo, llllnola.
STEAMBOATS
F
OR'EABTPORT As'D WAl'ERLOO
RUUL'IiAH TIItTlt.snAV 1MOKCT.
r . irla TJ10 llcht draught dleamer ALPHA,
. Tt T I'YMAN, Mailer, W. K. llVKIUj.
Cleric, will lvo for the above and itll intermediata
Klnt on
TF.NNF.SSi: IUVKR, I.VKUV THUIWDAY EVKN.
I Mi.
Tha Alnha connect oloeiv at Iui die with lraln.
for CUrkdlllle, Ilowlinu (irrru ami l.nuiMlllo, anJ
at JohnaonviUe with tiaiu for Nmhvlllo.
Ileturnlui! alio comu-ut. ut Cairn u-llh MliniArd anJ
traln for all point. autwf
Q AIKO AND PA'DUOAII
Daily 2?aoUot.
Tho llftht draught paitcnscr fileamer 1 t
WW. WIIITK,
R. r. NOltTlIEKN- : Muter.
J. V.I1EVKULV-... ... .. .Clrk,
Wil. make reJriiler DAII.TTUII'S ltween Cairo and
Paducab.leavlmi Cairo' etorr evemuc: (Mundara
ceptodl UleoVliK-k,1 M
The 1iUeeonn6cb at Vaduculi wii't tho New Orleana
and Ohio railroad, and tlieCiimbctlandand Tennetw
river pncKeti . ,
rerireigiu or pawaite appjv on ioirii,or to
" ' M. J. IIUUKI.KV, Aitent,
lanUltl Cairo, IMinoia.
GROCECERIES, LIQUORS.
D. WILIiLA-MSON;
G-.
U lIOI. i:.Srl I. JrJ idJtCMJKH.
Ptp.l'.!: AN'P COMMIfMO.N'
3vr isi xi c s a iv re,'
Xo. 7C Ohio Lfete, Cairo, I1L
NpeclalidUuitlon given to eonslRinnenU and (Ullag
nrier. 4fcil'6
tjMY'TH & eo
VlIOl.KS.tlUtiltOCElM, -
OHIO LEVEE, -' - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUOAItS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,
Molataea, Tobacco, Cigar,
lull, Cuudlcs, Wooilcuwaip, Willow-War
aXTAilfe, OilM, Faint,
VARNISHES, RR USEES,
Wiutlow-Glasw, ln t ty, Line,
, Cemeiit, I'lastr-Taris, Gunpowder
Old Kye, AlonouKnlieli. ami Bourb
iiWHISKIES. '
Hod XiondAnd iSliot.
AIS' keep? Jon Jtantlr- on hand u most complrt
stock of
Mavons, W1118KIKS,
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKV, GIN
Port. Madeira, Sherry and Catawba
wxisrizsi. f
no, AOtsr roa
J. RIED & GO'S CELEBRATED WULEL
I NO ALE.
Wo aell eLuluiely lor CABH. to which we invito tha
atteBtianor close cfuh buyer. ,1 .,.
npww w w wunn wiun-
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