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DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN
JAOKSON,CQUX1. w A
Too de'mocraoy'of ''Jackson county aro
preparing for n triumph tbls fall, that
will livo Tapubf In the mind of Hue'
public as to tho political comploxiou of
the home of Logan. Tho county con
yentlon wasbeld In Murphyaboro on the
11th Instant, Judge Wm. A. Lemma bo
log chosen president, livery precinct In
the'MUBtywaa. repwwated. ; iThe fol
lowing Ucket was i'eMiBait ?
tor Associato Justices, A. C. Daylsnd
T. T. Robinson - for Wperinteadkiat1 of
Schools, John .Ford ; for Treasurer, CVQ.,
CaUsjrjitoc ipownty Surveyor, J. t A
Werner- a , j'
J, Whbtlh was the naanlnabu;
Jbolof Jh teaventloa aadcUgaie to
becoBWtutonal conventloH. 1 '
The eommittce' on resolutlont1 made
the following report, which was unani
mously adopted :
Whereas, The democracy of Jackson
oounty, la convention assembled, reiter
ate their devotion to the pure and hon
ored principles. of the democracy, and
from experience derived from the work
ings of radical misrule, do with renewed
confidence resulting from past experi
Resolved, That the policy and legisla
tion of the radical party directly tend to
destroy all tho reserved rights of the
atates, and to convert the republic into
a consolidated despotism; that whether
such despotism be excerclscd by an
Emperor, or President or a Congress, tho
mult would be fatal to liberty and good
goTernraont; that consolidation in this
country means the absolute dominion of
monopoly nud aggregated capital over
the 11 vos. the liberty, and tho property
of the toiling manse.
Resolved, That It Is the right of each
tato to dculdu for itself who shall
possess the elective franchise within it;
and that the attoiupt of the gen oral gov.
eminent to regulate huiFrage In this statu
by means of .tho so-called fifteenth
constitutional amendment, Is subversive
nf the principles of tho federal constitu
tion. Resolved. That we extend tho right
hand of fellowship and recognize as
brotherslu a common case, all conserva
tive men not heretofore democrats who
will unite with us in rescuing the gov
ernment from the unworthy hand Into
which it has fallon.
The Cairo 'Bulletin' wus requested to
publish the proceedings of tho conven
tion. Tiiat this request was not complied
with is chargable to the fact that tho
Secretary failed to forward us the manu
script A DIVIDED HOUSE.
There Is trouble In the radical camp,
in Perry county. Tho DuQuoln Tribune1
supports what it is pleased to term the
regularly nominated republican ticket.
The Piuckueyvllle, Tamaroa nad Reau
coup preoInuU, denounces the conven
tion that made the nominations as' a
packed ailalr that -was engineered by
DuQuolu, and gives In Its adhcrenco to
an independent ticket upon which are
tho names of somo of the bc3t men of the
county. In thu 'Tribune's' estimation
tho Independent ticket Is tho miserable
bsntclngof a "ring" of 'soreheads" and
"bolters; the so-called regular ticket is
being run In the Interest of a DuQuoln
"clique," that has squandered tho
people's money to forward DuQuoln
projects, nud that has acted in bad faith
with the nubllo generally. Il ls an In
teresting fight, and if it should bo tho
means of pluoing tho atlaim of tho county
under democratic control, it will be the
best thing that ever happened in Perry
Au aristocratically dressed baby girl
was picked up a few days ago on the
door steps of a humble St. Louis dwell
ing, nud so marvelously beautiful lathe
infant that everybody in the neighbor
hood Is nearly "crazy" to adopt It. The
finder has concluded to put the child up
at auction and knock it ofTto the .high,
est bidder. The amount realized ho will
place in bank at compound Interest, for
tho benefit or the foundling when sho
reaches the age of eighteen, It Is
thought tho infantllo female will
bring a fabulous sum everybody ex
pressing a determination to.havo hor.
The St. LouhJ 'Democrat la much wor
ried because. Jutlgo Dent ia frequently
apoken of in the Southern press dls
patches as the "Liberal republican can
didate." Judge Dont Is running upon
tho samo platform, in SIIsslssIppl, whloh
tho 'Democrat' thought eminently; prop
er In Tonnessoo. nut that's neither
hero nor thoro. As tho 'Democrat' doesn't
like Dent's telegraphic- designation, it
ought to bo changed. Tho consldera.
tlon shown fnrdomoornts In tho South by
tho Democrat' places It iu a position to
command unbouuded resnect for its
likes nud dislikes 1
Tho tnato of tho steamer Flirt, who so
cruelly beat and shot ono Moonoy, ft
deck hand, when hundreds of miles bo
yond tho limits of civilization, ou tho
Missouri river, has boon sued In the
United States Distrlot Court for cruelty
to Beamau, and In tho St. Louty Circuit
Court for flvo thousand dollars damages.
His uamo Is Garrett E. Rolen, alias John
Garrott. IIo was arrested on Saturday,
aud held to ball in tho sum o( 52,000.
9 Thero is not a deceut radical in cbrist-i
enuom wliosotcommon48ense isno in
sulted by thVstupld attcmpFof tho radi
cal press to hold the democratic' party
responBlblo.ortha, extravagance pX
Johniori'a administration. Adtcftl
cdngress, a radical war department, a
radical freed man 'a .bureau, whoso extra v.
agauce and corruption Johnson soughtlo
rwtnusyaia iae OBM&raa. uruicimuic,
tae radicals foisted-Johnson, upon the
country, and are, therefore, answerable
for his misdeeds. Every man in the'
United States, with fire grains4 of com
mon aense. knowa that since the 4th of
Marcb, 18011 theriteatperaiic PX' u
Been mieny powerieaa zor euuer goou or
evil, in the administration of public ar
Mrs. Bakl-J "
The Kew York 'Star' pleidV for greater
economy at funerals.
The Emperor of Austria has been ma
king a clock aa a past time.
, Chicago recently started a "band cart
express company' but It failed.
Frisk, Jr. 'a latest proposition la to build
a North river steamboat 600 feot long.
Naahvlllo has only sixteen candidates
for Mayor at the approachlag election.
Tho Confederate memorial monument
at llally wood, Richmond, Va., Is now 05
Tho national taste for beer is enlarging.
Wo haven't ehoughbarlejr.ourBelveB, and
havo to import.
A Belfast Me., lady has written.a nov
el In which sho speaks of twins, "ono flvo
and the other six years old."
Tho gold receipts for duties at Savan
nah, Gu., during yast three months wero
07,629, the largest ever realized.
Statistics show that more men commit
suiciJo bacause thoy are married, thau
the lovors who want to marry.
A dog frigbtonod at a locomotive at
Willoughby, Ohio, attempted to get
away by running ahead on the track.
After a half or a mile the eow-catcher
camo too close and "poor fellow."
Two minors at Avondale saved their
lives by getting to the shaft a little to
late on the fatal morning. The boss
would not let them go down. Another
miner came up tho shaft about twontv
minutes before the fire occurred, thus al
The resignation of Senator Grimes is
to take effect December 15.
Brooklyn Now York will havo a paid
tire department on and after Thursday.
Tho approaching oyster season promis
es to bo very prolific at Norfalk, Va.
Tho hoop-shavers and box-hoopers in
Now Fork nre ou a strike.
Thenparrows Imported into Philadel
phia havo all flown away.
Corn stalks, 10 feet 10 Inches high, were
ou exhibition at Maysvllle, (Cal.), Fair.
Episcopal mtuisters aro better supplied
with clothing than any others, Thoy
always havo a surplloe garment.
Phil. Sheridan denies that ho is en
gaged to any "relgulug bell" and "who
soever says lam Is a liar, and you can
tell him I said so."
AFrouchlady was detected in trying
to smuggle six poodles through tie
New York Custom House, the other day,
stowed in her pockets.
A few days ago a darning-noedla was
extracted by a doctor from tho breast of
a llttlo girl in St Joseph, Mo., which had
been lodged there four years.
Ralfe's opera, the Puritan's Daughter,
soon to be produced in Now York by the
Paropa troup, will bo mounted at a cost of
twelve thousaud dollars.
A verterau pool-player iu Chicago ac
complished the other day tho rare feat of
poeketing every ball from the lay-off in a
game of fifteen-ball pool, and not a
scratch in the game.
"Jem" Mace, tho famous Enlish bruls
or, has arrived In New York, and pro
poses to make a starrlug tour through
the country, giving statuesque illustra
tions. Ho is accompanied by his couslu
Leopold Mace, aud Is managed by Fred.
Abrahams, ox-ohampiou pugilist of
England, as agent. Maco announces
that ho has bid adieu to the 24-foot areu a.
Gon. Loguu la tbo only omineut gon
tleman in the Uuitod 8tates that inter
lards Lis political addresses! with tuoso
epithets of vlolonco aud passion so com
mon during tho war. Tho terms copper
head, red- handed traitor, robel sympa
thiser, disunlonlst, etc., are employed
ouly by Logan and tho soral-savages of
It Is said that Gon. Butler will not con
test with Senator Wilson for tho Boat In
tho senato from Massachusetts. It Is
believed by thoeo who know Butlor boat
that ho ha3 been bought oft".
Tho Hon. A. O. P. Nicholson Is au as-
nlrant for Senatorial houora from Teun-
nation. w has already served ono term
in that honorable position.
A ghastly law suit in San Francisco
retted upo ijerjiateie;the death
man whoso body was found in an ad
vanced state of decomposition on tho
moHntaiB8He had wandered off in
sane acd flaked of ftamUos, Md
meantime a 110,000 pfelJoy on bis llfekad
fun'out. The insurance company claim
od ttat.iUook bim five "V" to starve to
dea,. and ,the . , widow that'he died in
ifMr.?TsMj.MM.tlM.wldow wae right
aad that the pelley was good.
""It baa beerr claimed for Nelson Knoaaa
that he was the aather of the famous
ballad. Ben Bolt. He was the composer
TpMt batTheaaa. DanuUk.
wrote me Duoa. ivueass was a wren; Li
ed vocalist, although ho adoptod singing
The amount, of available,, coin In the
United BtaW -Treasury was 1102,882,
843,40, including 121,355,340 in gold cer
tificates' outstanplng on tho 14th Inatant.
The coin, with the exceotion of about
$4,010,000, la at the Sub-Treasury, New
York: ' " r
, . -
AsettlemehtofNorth York', has been
attacked and three men, named Skinner,
Caurgan and one unknown were killed,
and a man named Williams, wounded.
A later report aaya oho soldier died. Tho
Indians retreated toward Big Horn
The Maine Legislature will stand as
followa; House, 120 Republicans to 25
democrats; Senate, 27 republicans to' 2
democrats and 1 Independent.
Es7i for Yousg Men on the interesting relation
of bridegroom to llrldt", In tho iatllUitton of MrrU
I gaUe to mttrlmonlkl ftliclty, and true tutpplneim.
S-ni ij mill Id mt Ultr tnTlops free of chirge.
Addr, UOWAJtD A.HSOCIATION, box 1 Pbllkdel
p)iU. F. tnyilcUw.Tni
A Hnndtaair ladaccmcat.
Etory prionwho tcaii 3 SO to the "XIX CN
TUItY" rubllcitluu Co., at Charleston, B. C, receive
that iupcrb magazine for one year, and a cop of ei
ther of the Warerlr N'oTfli or the worka of Charlci
Diekeos that may Us designated. Spoclmrn number
with premium lut, 3i cents. aolSwSm
The '-XIX CKNTUUV' Publication Co , at Charles
ton, have been so ruccestful In literary cnterprUe
that they are dtitributlug huadreda of choice standard
works FKEE to the purchasers of the macitine. Ask
for It at W. H, Hookw. ll 4 Co.'s. selSwtt
CITY LOTS !
JHtli, tiUlh aittl ilOthof SciMvmbcr
CITY OF BELMONT,
The extreme Southern Teiminus, on the Iower Mis.
I'l'PPt Hirer, of the Lines of Rallwav thst
trareno the Groat Northwestern'
STATE! r MIICNsYMTA. IOWA,
M1SKA, KAMMAH Sf HIM
I the Southern Terminus on the Lower MIIsippo
the Kt. Louis and Iron Mountain Kallroad, connect
ing the net-work of railroads In the Northwestern
Blalee with the Gulf of Mexico. From Ilelmont NAV
IGATION TO THE SEA I uninterrupted the ear
round, eithtr by ice or lowwater.
BELMONT will receive for tuanu'acture and dis
tribution the Iron, lead, marble, and other minerals',
brought down from the Iron Mountain and great min
eral regions traversed by the tic. Louis ana Iron Moun
tain nTilroa.1. It was selected as the MOST CONVE
NIENT i-OINT wbere the
IKON FROM MISSOURI COULD MEET
THE COAL FROM THE OHIO.
nELMONTlaontheWcsibankof the MiMlssippI
River, iu the great and prosperous Stale or Missouri,
It inlUsbolow thojuoctionof the Ohle and Mlasissip-
fl rivers. fW Five Kallroa is make ill root cunueo.
ion at lUlmont, an onpositA, on the east Imiik of
tho nver, I
The Northern Termlnu of ttioUrea Net
work orneutlieru Maiireaaa.
Leading to Mobile. New Orleans, AtlanU, ChArlvston.
Tickaburg, Memphis, Nashville and ChalUuoAga, ami
the road now nearly computed via 1'iulucali, Kllia
(Mtktown, Louisville, Lexington und iilg Hundy to
NOllFOLK, VA'iwill unitout Ilelmont with tho Cai
ro and Fulton ltallroad, authorized by Ur to start
from llelmout.and now Ixiing constructed through
Arkansas aud Texas' sud will utoutually l the
GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE TO
I1F.LMONT U not only tho it for tho vast miner
al products of Southern Missouri, and tho c enter of
of tho most magnificent Timber country In the Unl.
td KtteJut 1 surrouuded by the liDvst l!ri)iii)
lands in tho world,
The Froprietors, ithconflJence, Invite tnoolmiilos,
artlmnsaiid triulfrs, from every section of the Uuum,
to ctiio and o the ininy aJvautaacsi ottered at Ilel
mont toeitlcr. '
XKlltlS OF KALKt
Oue-tbinl ensh; one-thlrd In sixinontbs, and one
third In twelve month. Deferred payment to lo se
curod by note bewlng ten percent. intcrct from ma-
tur"y" (iKO. WHITCOMH, Fresldent.
J. 1. WALKHII, Secrotary.
THOMAS RR0WN, Geuerul Agent,
SU)- For further Information, addrotis Col. Thomas'
Brown, or J. I'. Walker. Ilelmont, Mo. seitldtdi
HUNTING, OF ALL KINDS,
At llift Olllci" ' the HiilUlu,
n . ,,i n, LfdAINTOnARt'feS'HOTEt;
An Ordlnanco to,Pcdueo thoFlreLlmiUof the City of'l -' a j - '
ff.'alrn. anrt MlaaUtnsMalfiBjro6veonatructlns I .
Cairo, and toi.HtorfiBirof''conitructlng
Be It ordajB.ed. t9 the City XoascU oCthe city ef Cairo;
That section somber one
hundred and ane. aad all
ono fawndred mm Iwo 'a-"
lit the words "OrellmlU" In tho fifth line, Inefeefttr
number flvo of an onllnance to adopt the ordinance
of tho city of Cairo as re?iIBdeo4lfied,flab)lV
Ins the Are limits of said city, 'and rsgulatinz lb
manner of bnUding, I be and. the tame are hereby re-
peaiei, and the roHewHM eallbereafler beOsaown as
the boundary pr the Ore llnMe.ef the cltr
twelve, thirteen, .foufteea.. tHtm. stxteear twenty,
twenty-one, twenty. two, twenty. thrso, twenty-four,
twe BtT.flte, twentyiz andtweMy-seveiil and
lBe It Purthor Ordained, That wbon aay person may
doelre to remove a building from, oue Uce to anoth
of, orto Mlarge a bolldln wlUOn tbairaJlaUte.or.to.
t'toco wlthittiasnwM.' stwU-verfKinabeU'lset
the written tonsent of tkree-fuurthe ofallthi
ottv holder within ono hundred and ART teet o
lo upon which It Is propose to locate ,tha bullblof
0 removed, and of three-fbwrth
holder within. such block, and Khali
it. to. Ilifi nil -Pfrnnill
wnen, anon uc
h anorofaV Retwet arreaterf. a eersnll
shall be written out bv tbo C1U dork. . and
outiytlio City Clork,, and (Ulivered
to the person making thespMcatkm ; which permit
shall be authority for the temoval or enlargement
prayed for. PovIdod, that the' penoa removing a
lding, or enlarging a building, shall comply with
hereafter bo ado
oiiir eauuog, or socii orninaacBs u may
pted In relation to buildins : and
lis It Further Ordained. That hereafter no build nc
shall be erected or constructed, or commenced to be
erected or constructed, wlthinthollmit of the city of
Cairo, until the person or persons desiring to build
snail nrst uoiain injmino ukt council a pvimn
erect or construet such building; and every person
anking a permit to erect or construe; a building, shall,
at tho timo of filing their application for a permit to
build, specify In writing, tho sits, in length, width
and height!), and the materials or which it is .pro.
posea to construct men building: ana no uuuuing
shall b constmctud excent according to the SDOClfiCn-
tlonsfiledandthepormitgrantedby the City Coun
cil) And all frame or woodan building shall have ereot-
ciorconstructiMl on the Inside ofsuch building, brick
chimnie or flues, the wall Of a thickness of four er
more Inches, nml be plastered on the Inildo with
mortar 01 sumcient thickness to cover the brick, and
form a smooth and perfect surface. Tbechimnfca or
flues ahull be f-cefrom the walls of the building, and
no wood formlne n nsrt or eoinlne In contact with the
chimney or slue. cj
au oricK ouiiaings erectei or conttructca nau
have their foundation and walls of the following di
mensions, rlit For a one-story bnildlng. the foun
dation shall tw twelve Inches, and tho building wall
eight Inches in thirknoss; for a two-story building,
the foundation shall be sixteen Inclioa j tho lint sto
ry walla shall be twelve Inches, and tho second-story
wall eight incho in Uiickncs 1 for a three-story
building, a foundation wall of twenty-four inches ; the
first-sUirr wall, sixteen inches; the second-story
wall, twelve inches, and tho thlrd-storv wall. eiRht In
ches In Ihfekness, and In the tame proportion for
blither buildings; provided, that where two or more
bulldincs nie erected together, the tiertT or division
walls shall answer (or both of any two buildings, but
In no case to be less than twelve inches thick, nnd riso
at least twenlv inches above tbo roof of the highest
building, ana In no c&se shall two buildings be erect
ed together where the Joist of eah shall come oopo
lte to or Jain ono to the others but in all cases wbere
wooden Joists are levied, or put Into a party orrttvls-
iod wan, wiry suaii 00 pianru alternately in tno wail,
so that the tad will not lie nearer together than six
inches, and tho space between tbem so filled with
briek and 10ft mortar a to form a perfect and solid
I' shall hethe dutrof tho Fire Warden, onuehotb
er person apKilnted by the council, to witch diligent
ly tno construction aua erection 01 Ml Duiiaingt vt itu
Inlliocltv. and comtel their erection and constrUo
tlon aceordlnit to the apeclflcatlons tiled, and upon
which thu permit Mas granted, as well as iv-cordlng to
the erdlnmievt rulii)K the same i'and In all cases
where per may deviate from the specification
filed with nnd npuxnved by tho City Council, it shall
e inv iuiy ni mo i ire Mpicn, or oiner rson op
tainted for thnt pur;ose, to arrest and stoii the erec
(Ion and construction of sal. I bjiMmr. ami immedi
ately report sik h deviation to the nearest I'olico Mar
l.trste, who shall utmuon tho person so otlendliik- to
sppear before htm for trial, and upon such persen bn
ing found guiltyof Tiolalitm the nrdtnancc. In this
regard, or devutiiiitfromtbo i.it'irtcstions tiled with
uod apjriited by tin- City Council, the, person so of-
tending snaii tennet in a sum not exceeding ono
hundred dullars, nor lesthan tHrenty-flvudolUr for
each nnd every such o!U-no so committed.
All ordlnnni-e. r.r parts of orlman'es.nnw in for e.
and In conflict with the forecotni ordinance, rre here
by repealrd from and after the adoption hereof.
Appnued, September l. I!,
srAdlOl JOHN II OIlKIU.r, Mayor
In relation to I'ubllo IiniirovetnanU la, tho City of
Cairo. 3 ' 1
lie it ordaluvd by the City Council of tbo City of Cairo;
etc, I, That whenever the City Council of said City
shall by ordinance orioint resolution, direct and au
thorise the filling, re-filling, grading, leveling, psnuR,
planking, graveling, macaaaniiting, or repairing of
any sUtvt, orenuo or highway in said City, or the
construction, re-cnnatrucilou orrenalrlngof any side
walk or eros walk, it slisll lm the duty of the City
Comptroller, under the direction and advice of the
Street Committee, tooauia a SQrvey, plat, plan, pro
file, spveiflcation and estimate of the contemplated
work lo b made and reported to the City Council,
convened Injolnt session, for their consideration and
action, Wheu haul report has l-n consldereil nnd
approved, the City Council shall, unless otherwise pro
Tided for by ordinance, cilhur provide for having the
materials furnisned and the' work done by the City;
under lliedlroctlonor 1110 tttreei committee, or oraer
aiid direct the City Comptroller 10 giye notice a
vertlse for proursal to do the contemplated wi
now provided fur by Ordinance uumbered 21,1
trolicr 10 giye notice ana mi-
iroved July 3, 1SS1- bald proposals shall bo directed
cil, ennveneil In joint session, ut the time, aud place
mentioned in said notice. . . . .
tnetJiiy uouncu, nnu snail uaopencu oy sum vuun
rite. 2. For all the Improvement in said city Here
tofore made by the authority of Wd Clty( aud for the
payment of which 111" said City has been unable to
collect from former assessments the amount required
to complt'tH tho payment therefor, It shall be theduty
of the City Comptroller to asceitain the cost aud ex
pense of making the same, and thereupon thp May
or, with the assistance of the City Attorney, (ball pre
pare the petition required by taction 13, of tit Act
to amend an Act entitled "An Act to reduce the Char
tor of the City of Cairo, and the several Acts amende,
tory thereof intonne and revise the same, approved
February is. laW to be presented to lo Circuit Court
of Alexander County and it is hereby msde tho duly
of the Maor to proceed at once to the assessment
and collection of naiil costs and expenses, In accord
anro wltli the existing charter und ordinances of said
City, l'nivided, that in those case wcero amount
have liven pnidunderfoimorassessmcntt Kreaterthoii
shall be ai-esed under title hectloo, the overplus
halt be credited, to tbo jiarty who twid the prtvioiu
asse?sn et. . ,
Src. 3. It shall K) and is heioby luado thndiltyof
the City Attorney to prepare, under tho illm'tiou of
the Mayor and City Council, all petillous to bo pre
sented t tbn Circuit Court for tho assessment and
collection of the cost of iitbll Improvement as re
oulrcd by tho Aetrefcrrod lo in the proceeding sec
tion of tills ordinance,
sjic. 4. AU the duties hcrclolore devolved upon up
on tho Hoard of Public Works bv Ordinance No'. St,
approved July WU7, nnd by Ordinance No. "0, np
rrAtmi k.m .t ..ml ,c r in. i s-i-rxeeitt tn herein othcrMiso
.provided for, shall be nnd aro iiereby dotolved upon
Uie UUIHIIIIIIL'tT ,111 t: 1 1 .
Approapu tbtsu H. 0llKlUiV, Msyor.
i N ORDINANCE . . .. , .
In relation tw discharging Are arms In 'tho City of
Ho It ordnmod by the City Council of iho Cityof Cairo
8rc, 1. That section numbered 217 of ' An Ordl'
tiauco to ai'opt the Orduuiucen of tlw City of t'jft ft
rovistlandfOllflcd,'' bo nnieiided lywlti, ath
end of the third lino in faid sortioii. after tho wow
".rotrty, tho word "or in enforomg any ordor ot
tl'o Cily council or of Iho Mayor.'
Approved, Sept. t om:uM., MaUl..
UK AM) ToWEK, ILLINOIS.
mrOPEN DAY AND NIQUT.
I "Hal tjr
the wriau AMtm kotel,
"Thf only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in
Km new la the most unexceptionable order for Ruewtf.
ersa j c j toTtngunJartoaea -
CarTte t am from ike Hwiel
ee er Chw.
Day Board, Ttetnty-Fvt Dillon per -month
trmm wnxox co
mON AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNC
ACADEMY OF THE SISTEBS Of
CAIM9, - . IL.UXOM,
Tkia iBeriltritioa was feaaeleel tul$.
M omarrel hr tut Mtatta r
llllsiata lm 18S,
Board and Tuition, including bed and'beddlng,
wuaing anu ' autiionery, per term 01 nve
Music, dancing, painting nnd the languages, extra.
r or luriner iniormauon appiy 10 inn
tugUdlm HOTIIEK SUPERIOR.
QARL L. THOMAS,
SIGN AND 0SN,VXENT.VL PALMER,
hop In the basement of tho Ity National Banic
uuuuing, on unio J.orec,
QAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. F M'KEE & BROTHER,
Hiring perfectod their arrangement for the manufac
tureof llrooias InthU city, ;aro now prepared to fll
orden at a
A tho tamo qualities of broom con be purchased any.
Order bsft at the store of O. D. Williamson, C4 Ohio
Levee, or at the
XiMsafactoiTt Fourteenth atreet, Itetweti
fkatsiHt RBd Cedar,
Will be promptly attended to.
Orders by mall should I14 addressed to
W.F. M'KKE DUOt,
, e. lex M,
OR I3ASTPORT AND WATERLOO
KUUVL&1X TJIL'tt-SDAV PACKET.
Tho liuld draught stoAmer AI.I'II At
T. U. ItV.MAN. Master. W. K. I1YKIW.
cavu fur the above aud all Intermodule
ltlVKIt, BVF.llY THUItSDAT KVEN-
The Alpha connects closely at fianvillo with train
for Clarksvillo, Howling Green nnd Louisville, and
at Johnsonvillo with tniins for Nashville.
IU'turuing. sho connect! at Cairo with steamers an 4
train for all points. auWf
QAIRO AND PADUCAII ;
The tight draught paucnger Steamer
R. r. NOHTlIERN...,. - ..Mxlr,
J. V. DKVEHLT --..Clerk,
WILmako reguler DAILY TRIPS between Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Cairo every evening (Hundaya ei
cepted) at flvo o'clock.
The White connect at Paducah wirt the New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tennessee
river packets, ....
F.r freight or passage j cg .
lanlldtl Cairo. Illinois.
Q D. "WILLIAMSON,
mODUCK AND COMMISSION
3MC B H. O H -A. 3VT T,
No. 70 OA to Ltvtc, CHlr( I1L
Hpeoial attention gireu to consignments and flillnc
SMYTH & CO.,
00 LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
sugars, coFn:r.s, teas, syrups,
Molasses, Tobacco, Cigar,
,(lsli, Ciuitllps, AVoodctnvarc, lVlllowWar
JNTvlwf OlleJ, Xlxa.ts,
11 IINISIIES, UK USEES,
Wliulow-Gluwv lty lilme,
, Ctmtnt, I'lailer-Parix, Quttpoxeder
Old It)', .MoiioiiKlel anil Mourban
Hod XiocvcL eyy ri Qlxot.
constantly on hand a mait complete
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, GIN
lort, Mailelt-a, Sherry nml Cntawtia
iso, scent rou
J. RIED J- CO' A' CELEBRATED W1IKEL
I NO ALE.
Wo sell exclus.udy lor CASH, lo which ue mv.totb
attention of close cash buyers.
ainiecial atlctitiou aid lo biting orders.