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IlMSlIKt) HY JOHN
onmi-Y A CO.
M. B. ltAHHKI.1.. ASSOCIATK KUITOR,
TUESDAY, OCTOHBK 10, 18CU.
Chill Cure. "It never
cardB 05 cents per
rst cIdhs day board ut Wulker & Sis
restaurant, nt $.1 per Week. tf
d to ineir cnntiren wnen hick. mor-
y would be less among them. It costs
cents. . . , r
The regular convociitldn of Cairo
chanter No. 71. ft. A. M., will bo
1 at Masonic Hall, this (Tuesday)
nlng. It being tho regular convooa-
for election of officers, companions
take due notice. Vlsilnry compan
s fraternally Invited.
M. Ii. iJUNNiNft, Hecry.-'
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110 llllio sieumcr jvuvuiunuii tui u 1U115
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r run ur , 1 l iju v i ii Hid nun vhiu
1 Mound City packet, exploded at
und Citv vesterduv. instantly killing
invalid lady lying In bed on the
, w - ,tr
arfbeat, at which tho ill fated craft
ulying, mid wounding, moro or less
lously, five or six other persons. The
tsuof the explosion is not Htuted.
fill.. ....I M.M... II... .,.lnl.,J
nut uiu viij, iiii.u mij uiimi; iuv pwLn
II I... .... ....II... .......
)o old goods in the house. tf
"Vr4n bunch try JlorulnB." .
ich Isthe caption of an advertisement
bllshcdthls evening over the name of
tiry Lattnor. Ilunry Is noted for keep
n nlllnl rffln-1l. flr.4 .I'UU Iwillflf. nml
i patrons will ail vouch for tho excell
ce of hin viands and beverages. His
e lunohe-t will Mnbraee quite ovory-
lug the Inner man craven In the way of
Ibles, and will no doubt bo extensively
dronized. His place of business is the
oil known aud spacious Egyptian .Sal
n. next door below the post office.
The mot elegant, fashionable and 1
st in ml 0 clothing In the city, is to be
mnd at Miller and Miller's. Nobody
retunds that he undersells them, tf j
Don't Shake! use Al ford's vXv Ague
Now that a decided chill bus been ad-
ed to the atmosphere, most pcoplo tie
rn to know where thisv can obtain A.'
.'o. 1. fresh oysters. All demand that Is 1
kely toarlso in that line Messrs. Walk-
r nml Pkinn on 11 aiinnli mn(.f nnfliifnf'.
only. They rccelvo Mien or canned
ysten uvery day, and have fitted up a
estauraut aud dining hall that la mir-,-vvcr,
nnwlipm in tho country. It Is
indtr tho .upervUIuu of uttontlvo und
til.. 1 I. -I.. - ...I ...Ml t... tl nlncj In
- 'O'-'tj r
niiLrinir iiliii. uiiii tiiti MCiiint
- - -
Formally fashiouablu clothing go to
II. II... ....I Mill...!.. If
Grand Hall at Juo.Khevrilall Cairo,
UliUCilS, .lOUIIU j-uiniig, wuwui-i
bt3, given by tho Members of the.Cier
nan P.ras Hand. Tickets, udmlttlng La
ly and Uentlemnn, Oue Dollar. Music
by the Oerman JJrat-s aud Wittlg's String
Hands V cordial Invitation in extended
to tho public; thoCommitteoof Arrange
incut promising to do everything in
their power to ronder the occasion n
grand Micces In every particular.
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Committee of Arrangements: William
Schick, Ed. Wlttig, J. Hurger.
Cairo, Illinois, October IS, ISO!). td
It CfUty the Chills.Alford's x-X AK
Linen sheotlng 12 ((uarterH wide, ?1 75
cents per yard, nt Itellly's. tf (
A roOIJSir STATU OF ALAUJf A3I0XG
THE C0L0UED PEOPLE.
Wo do not know how or by whom tho
Impression has been created among tho
colored population, that our city la lures
tod by medical students, who snatch
colored men and women from our streets
and convey them across tho river for dis
section: but that such an impression ex
Istdnud Is wldo-spread, wo havo sufficient
proof. Many nogro women will not ven
turo out doors after night-full, and oven
tho negro men go In groups of three, four
aud five. Home of them armed. Mght
meetings, that were wont to be held un
til It and 112 o'clock, unfitting turvant
glrlH for the duties of tho next day, aro
being discontinued, only a few of tho
mo9t courageous being wl.ling to Incur
the dangers of the afreets. On Sunday
night the male poitlon of tho Rev. Mr.
RIx'h congregation left tho hoiuo In con
fusion, not unmixed with alarm, at tho
announcement that two or more of tho
'stugents," nslthey call them, had been
seen loitering about tho premlsesjmvlng
traced to that plueo a healthy femalo
whom they wanted that night for dissec
tion, It Is most rcllglouslybelleved, in
colored elielw, Lhat at least four colored.
and women have fallen IntJ the
uls of the ".stugonts."
Of cotir-'clthetels not a hhadowof foun
datlon for all those wild uimora, yet to
long as then are persons to circulate
thorn there will bp simpletons to bullovo
Piece goods, in great variety, now nnd
elegant titylo.s nt Miller and Miller's,
MeafcraDfrdge, Lord ami Lo,r, have sued
tho Cairo and Vlnceuuos railroad com
pany, in the Pulaski circuit court, for
the sum of $325,000. The Mound City
'Journal' expresses the opinion that if
Messrs. O. L. and Co., recover their
claim, thesub-contractorsand other cred
itors Will' be paid. Ve understand that
the payment of Messrs. Dodge Lord and
Cd's oredltorsdocfl not'depend upon euoh
a cojtlfjeftc,j UiaLwlthln a.fpv w.okB,
atjfa'rthest',lhey will discharge ail' their
otilfgatioriBT "Wtfdb not claim, however,
iojapeakt partuiittty. ' 1 ,i
Hugh F. Craig la the democratic- nftin-v
Inee, in Pulaski county, for the office 0
'assessor and treasurer. Hugh is tho
present Incumbent.of tba office, it is
said that ho fills it to the satisfaction of
nit concerned: ' WhiIolIu"ghVtras ajre&L.
cd dent of Alexaudercounty tlio pcoplo
, tried .to foist tho ShprlfTs.ohico on hlm.i
live or ik time, outitatwaysso nnppen
that some fellow steMcd In aiid boro off
lithe prize, thus dppfivlnVthe county of
t : . ..... 1 i t 1
iiugiru myniuaoig Hccyipcs. ( (ij h
Urm Tlr K I? Vnanvntwl Imrtwn ilnllirll-
fera were.' crossing tlesp bayou 'brldgo,
in a carriage, laRt Friday, when the' horse
jecamo,(rjgi,ricd at n hole In the floor
01 iino orioge, aim Huuiiemy duukuu mo
carrla go ftgal mil T6 rail Ih'g"' -Tho 'ral Hng
gavo way, and the carriage with Its occu
pants, and the horse, wero precipitated
to tho ground, some ten ortwelvo feet
below. Thoborfo was baillylnjureil, the
carriage crushed", but, htrAligo to say
Mrs. C. und her dniiglftors escaped with
only few trlfilngirtilses. helr escape
was almost miraculous.
U Thc'fiags at the Mound City naval
station were held at half ,uiast, last
Thursday. In respect to tho memory of
the deceased American statesman and
eoldlor, Franklin Tierce.
Judge Davldgo pfeignted tho editor jf
the Moutpl Qty 'Journal' with an upplef
one day lusC weK:, that welgheil lii j
ounces. J t wa gffiwii near,, Caledonia.
( HHJahepcw isf a candidate for rvfsett
'sor and treasurer l'u lftjlaskl county. He
Is the most -uncouoprornisIuK, fanatical
and unrdisonoblo; radical in Southern
Illinois. roan Of strong prejudices, ho
belloyeshore Is a "moraL.poSlutiou.1i
. (if wff m8y to tpcUk) in democracy, that
linfits tlioso who .efpouso it eliher for
penveh, or decontjissoclatlons on eartli.
We hope tho-demjjeracy of lilafki will
see to It that the? domcstlox quiet, for
which his am fits hi in. Is not disturbed
by the cares and distractions ijf olllce.
Tho regular democratic nominee for
county Judge. mJulrisUL.county, 19. O'oj.
B.Pidgcon, e?'i. Ho Ii peculiarly fitted
for the posltiou, being an old resident of
the county, a lawyer of good ability,'
personally iuterrested In tho prosperity
of the county, aud u democrat. His com
petitor Is the present Incumbent, .A .M.
Urown, ;esq., an excellent gentleman,
s clallv;a lawver, richolar undian cx
ditor. If he could uivest himself of his
radlcallMU (which .really hln unbecom
ingly upon him) wo ctjnltl wish him u
better fa to than the overwliclmlng de
feat that Is In fctore for him.
The fair nt Cenlralla, which com
mencod last Tuesday ud closed last
Saturday, was a grand success" In every
particular. In some features it excelled
our lato Stato fair. Thoro were about
3000 entries. The attendance was large,
and would hnvo been larger, but for tho
chilly anddUagreoablo weather of Thurs.
day and Friday. 6110 of tho features of
Friday was a gamo ofiaao ball between
the l-o"no Star club of Alma and tho
Great Western club of Mt. Vernon
The Mt. Vernon boya vaxcd their cam
potltor9 eafllyj.the score stamllnglh their
favor, 80 to 3i Tlio heavy scoro Indi
cates rather poor playlug on both sides.
The Plnckneyville Porry couuty)
VBanner' of last week records tho death
;of Mr. Francis Anderson, a farmer who
resided In tho neighborhood of i'lncK
neyvllle. Ho fell dead iw his wagon
while driving along the public road. ,
For a now suit, complete, or for any
part of asutt for gcutlomcu'g furnUjhlug
goods generally go to Millor and Millor's.
Oily Clerk' Offlco, I '
euro ill'.. Ovt. Uth. 1M9. $
To all whom It may concern, Notlco Is
hereby glveu that hereafter no bill for
supplies furnlBned tho.City of Cairo will
bo nllowed by the City Council unless tho
supplies for which tho bill la presented
shall have been purchased by tho City
Comptroller, or upon his written order,
being In conformity with eectlon 17, of
chaptor2 of tho ordinance as follows.
SfcC. 17, Tho City Comptrollershall bo
the fiscal agent or the city, and as such
shall make all purchases for the city
which may bo necessary to cary'on tho
public works, and other city improve
ment); shall examlno all accounts which
may exist against tho city, before ihe
sumo aro presented to tho City Council,
oluiinunts being required to present their
accounts for proper endorsement as to
theircorrectness to him at least twenty
four hours before tho mooting of tho
council at which they wish their ao
countH allowed; shall havo powcrto In
vestigate, and by and witli consent of
council, to nettle, eollept aud eomprom
m all claim: duu or held against' tho
city: bliuii p co unit an lines nr otucrmou
J l a. othuru having charge of tho coll-
ectionoiii'o minis 01 inu city, are enr
roetly aceopnted for und pujd into tho
treasury ; and shall also attest the correct
noisoltho monthly ruports of tho did
1 rent city ulllcorH.
Peuotu intereslod, take notico and
. r. .. a t . . .
w g jvtrn yitfi-'clves accordingly.
Je iv RitowN,
T Com le
Wo referred yesterday to a coufldenco
game, practiced upon a countryman, by
tvyo men who had registered themselves
at the Antrim house as Ford and Dam
ning. Tho particulars of tho villainy
coming to Joe Arnold's care, he and
Sheriff" Myors set about "working tho
case up." It appears that three rascals
Wore concerned In tlio villainy who, af
ter arrest, gavo their names as Simon
AVarfleld, Thomas Garrott and Henry
.Armstrong. Myers arrested Oarrott,
after an exciting chase, In tho neighbor
hood of tho barracks; Arnold arrested
M,arlfield near the corner of Tenth and
Walnut, nud Armstrong In asaloonjuoar
Twelfth street. Tho victimized country
man, Ed Hodges, was about to leave,
on a boat for St. Louisfbut Arnold land
Y H$qth promising to send him forward on
'no cars, secured ins presence as a wn-
SiAua rriw. utitMl lift .tntfltlnfl IVIti titrnftrllt.
. t V. .JIJ . . IIU U.U.J 1. V V.w. ...... 11 o u........
forward pnrtcUP. Ipubt'true, overy word
of It. Warfield and Garrett pretended
to bo the owner of a pile of goods on the
wlinrfboat, and hired Hodges to watch
them until they arrlVdil at St. Louis, tho
piirposo beng aypwed.toyscnd. them for
wurd'on tno' boat on wbjch ho was a
pa.ssein;er. Shortly afterwards they re
quested 1 Hodges to go up town
with them and licit carry down tome
Ijoxch of candy. According to arrange
ment, of course, they met Armstrong,
who demanded tho balance duo on tlio
goods, and is usual with such villains,
they were n certain amount short. In
thlseneeit wan forty dullard, Hodges
had fifty dollars, money that he had
earned by laboring on a farm at SO per
month, aud this sum the thieves got in
to their possession. They then gave
their victim tho dodge, und but for tho
vigilance of Arnold ami Myers would
have escapod unwhipped of Justice,
liross fined them each $100 under
tho city ordinance, and under
tho State law ruled each In a bond of
5500, to appear' and answer (he Circuit
court at Its nextscrslon. They failedAo
fill tho bond, and arc, therefore, inmates
of tho County Jail. About their persons
were foundsundry villuluoustraps,threu
card monto packages, express envelopes,
chloroform and laudanum, etc., nud to
forth. When faced by Hodges they de
nied most stoutly and vehemently thai
they over saw him before in their lives;
but it ?o happened that credible witnes
ses had seen them In the young man's
company. A small amount of counter
feit money was found on tholr personB,
but no part of tho money belonging to
A prominent levee merchant was
fined $2 yesterday, for acting in the
capacity of auctioneer In soiling his own
goods Tho prosecution was instituted
in part todetermlno tlio right of 11 citi
zen under tho ordinances, to dispose of
.his own property In that manner. The
polico magistrate held that no audi right
exists; that if its existenco faliould he
ocknowledgcd, nil protection to auc i in
eora would be swept a way. Indeed the
.llcenso law Itself would bp rendered a
utility, slnco tho auctioneer could buy
all tho goods committed to his hands
for salo at auction, and then sell them as
v Good all linen shirt bosoms nt
per dozen nt Rciljy's,
It contains no qulnlno iiorafentc.
ford's xX gno Remctly.
Tlio Accident to tlio .trtlinr.
Tho following paragruph prepared yes
terday for our river columns, was crowd
ed out. Wo regard It worth Its room, al
though somewhat delayed :
Tho eplqndld, steamer W. R. Arthur,
onijio'f tlio largest on tho river, met with
a very horlous accident last Saturday
niorulng whllo on her way, with a full
dense fog which prevailed on tho morn1
lug mentioned, she had been laid upi
wo believe near Capo. Girardeau, nud
tho fog lifted scfllclcntly to cause tho
pilotf.'to deem itsafo to proceed down tho
'river. Soon aftor starting out, u bank of
fog, suddenly sottled down, rendering It
Impossible for her pilots to reach the
shore, or even bo certain In what direc
tion it lay. Whllo thus lost in tho fog,
alio struck eomo rocks about ton miles
below Capo Girardeau, which
knocked a holo in hor bow
and opened several butt scams,
causing hor to Hhlp a largo quan
tity of water. Her crow was imme
diately put to, work" relllug her freight
into the river to lighten her oITtho rooki,
upon which her great weight had caused
iier to slldo a considerable distance Tlio
Rlsmark came along side soon afterwnrda
and conyoyed the horses, mules and pas
Hungers Irora tho Arthur to tho shore, and
then remained to assist her. At last ac
counts the principal holo had been Mop
ped and Capt. Lusk was confidant of
saving his boat
Ry purchasing Raking Powders
which fall Khort of tho quantity repre
sented in eaoh packugu, from one-elghth
to onu half. Room:y's Ra icinu Powdeii
Is put hp In tin cans, iwhlch contain
ncfttnf net weight , J, 1 and fi pounds, as
rqpresented, and is perfeotly free from
npy iinptiro splistaipjes. Wo guamnteo
parity, quality, quantity and results
satisfactory every tlmo Dooi.ey's Rai;.
mo PoA'nrula used. For sale by Gro.
Good tnwels,a II linen, 1 cent; teach,
at Itcllly's. tf
Ender's Stomach Hltterai "Tlie best
Tho best assortment of strictly fasl'ijon
;lo hats ever opened in Cairo, have
Just been received by Miller.
& Miller, tf
Particular attention is dlreoted to the
advertisement of book for tho million
Marriage Guide in another, column. It
should bo, read by all;
HiKilneHR Honip fur Brat.
That eligibly situated bwdnefaJtibu'se'
.No, 8 Thornton's block, Touth street, Is
Apply on tlo premises ; , i
OpcnliiK of Millinery, nud fancy Ooodi.
Mrs. J. Cummlngs will opep, and have
on exhibition, on Friday an'd'aturday
15th and ICth Inst., A HplendU stock of
millinery and fancy goods of tho latest
style. Remember tho -plnco, 3t Eighth
atreot, between Commercial nnd Wajih
InKton avenues. l ilhSr
Smith's Tonic Syrup lias beehcouuter
Jilted, nnd tlio counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SM ITH'S TONIC S XRUI',
Tlio genuine nrtlclo intist hkvo Dr.
John BvuVr prlvato stamp on each bot-
. I T T I 1 . ' N . . I 1 . J .l.l
lie. ur. joii?( jiuijiouiy n in mu rigiik
to manufacture and sell thq .original 1
John .1. Smith's TONIO SYRUP, of !
Lopisvillo, Ivy. Examiuo well tho label
011 each bottle. If my private stump is
' titit on the bottle, do not purchiLsc, or you
'will be deceived. See my column adver
tisement, aud my Miowcurd. I will pros
ccuto any one infringing ou my right.
The (loiuine Smith's Tonio Svnui' can
nly bo prepared by myself.
fl lie public soiTvent.
Dr. John Hull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 24. 18G8.
On Tucdny evening, October 10th, tho
management of the Orphan Asylum pro
potc hohliug a Donation Iirljf at tlio
Asylum, on 25th street, for the benefltif
theOrphans In chargo of that 'institution!
Tho good citizens of Cairo, alwuyHio
liberal in their charities, aro called upon
to aid in bccurlng tlio necessary supplies
for the maintulnunco'of tho Asylum Uur
iug the coining winter.
All kinds of provisions are much need
ed. Articles of clothing, money or any
thing, bo it ever o small, will be most
gladly received. Those in wuut of trans
portation will pleuse send their dona---
tlousto the store of Mr. 0. D. William
von or Mr. D. Hurd nnytlmu before five
.o'clock of Tuesday evening, October 10.
It is expected that tlio ladles, win set a
upper at tho Afylum, hitltablo to the oc
Every one 1.- Invited to come and bring
his or her mile for tho Orphans.
oct. 15 td
Alr.vniti r toil my Tonrlu'r InMIHUr.
A sc-.-ton of theubovo uumed institute
will be held at Thebe.s, commencing
Thiir-duy, October, 2l.il., 1S00, at 0110
o'clock p. in , and continuing two day.-,
until Saturday noon, October 23J.
The programino will embrace exercises
In all tho branches required by law to bo
taught In tlio public hcliool, to-wit: or
tliogruj by, English reading, penntnan
shlp, arlthinethlc. English grammar,
modem geography, und tho history of
tho I'lilted Slates; with music nnd es
says, discussions nnd nddrcsses on edu
cational subjects, luto.'jpersed.
Teachers and school directors will tako
noiico that ''no reduction of pay, or loss
of time will bo Incurred by tho teachers
attending" this institute; and tho
toaohors from every school district in tho
oounty, outsldo of Cairo, .(which, excep
tion is made because an lustltuto will be
'held there sometime during the Fall or
Winter) aro expected to bei preseut and
tako part In the exercises. Tho school
directors of overy district rtiould require
their tfcaehert to ntt'end.slnco It Is to their
interest to havo competent teachers; and
no better opportunity for testing their
competence will bo ailbrded than tho
exercises of this Institute; and ihe coun
ty superlntendeiit'pledges himself to ro
voko tho certificate of any teacher whoso
incompetency Is mado apparant.
Not knowing who at present comppso
tho oxecutlvo committee of the Alexan
der county Teachers' Institute, the couu
ty superintendent has taken (his method
of complying with tho school law which
makes it his duty to .oticourago tho for
mation of teachers' Institutes.
All friends of education are cordially
Invited. L. P. Hitlku,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Tino TjAST avarkinc;-.
As tho tlmo fixed for tho holding of tlie
next term of tho Comity Court permits
it, and as a number of tax payers will .bo.
greatly accommodated thereby, 1 have
concluded to defer the preparation of my
list of delinquent town lots until Satur
day ".'id Instant. Ruvond that tlmo no
man need urge me to postpone. it. Uvery-,
person, without lefercpco to ftle, age,
staudlng or color, who Is delinquent on
and after that date, will boo published,
bleetod to the usual costs. Come
j forward then, pay your taxes, nnd uvoia
' tlio penalty.
oct. 15 td
Union linen tJ5 cents per
CJcllUoinOtl'S CqllarS tho Albany nia'l(ftiJo'1i('pnii(istinitli .ttainaO. WanvlUn fvt Ciark
-unexcelled in stylo und general got up'. Mii,und.t4olmsoBv lie, with tra.a.,for Km4-
An Immcnso stock at Miller nnd Miller's.
rfoileo ul Klorllon.
An election for twelve trustees of the
Orphan Asylum of Southern Illinois, at
ivairo, win lie Held at the Asylum luild
ingon 23d strvet, Culm, Ills., on Tuesday
v, 10th I860, nt half past
oet. 16 td
H. H. Oanokk,
Bests quarter pillow slip
'cents per yard, at Itellly's.
Ask for Alford'fi xNx Ague Remedy.
A It RIVALS. "
lknlUmmilt, l'o!umbu; Win While, IVIiR'tilij
Hon Arronl, MotitiilCiiyj Oiitu Hrnnnh, SO;
Ijiwrcncc. Clticinnntii l.iimln.irv. Vlekvniriu
.tlvhinuud,.St. Louli 1'iiy of Allou, Mt-inphl.
Ike Hammllt.Colbmlmi; Win Wlilt". I'nilucnh:
Ollto Uroli,Ht l,"iiis; l.awrrnce, Srt 0;
I.timlniry, Ht. I.oitU: lllilimoiul, N Oj.
City of Cmro, M Lmns; Wminti.t, Memphis
Hun AvorJ, fel l.duu.
Tho weather became cloudy, cold nn
-windy during last night, and. n light'
sprlnKlo or ruin roll this loronoon. ltr
seemed too cold howover for more. Snow
iwciuld scorn (mbre probable.
The Mississippi and all tho upper rivers
aro falling slowly, and the low water sea
son is now slowly approaching two
jinonths later than ever known before.
There is about uiiio feet water to St.
Tho Ohio 1h falling everywhere, with
14 Inches to PitLsbtirK and 3 feet 10 inches
In tho canal at Louisville.
Hero tho river lias fallen threo Inches
since last report.
Huslness was urlxK yesterday, out not
a solitary steamer has arrived or departed
1 no latest news rrum tno Arintir rc- j
Corts that boat out of Immediate danger)
ut still fast on the rocks. M10 Is prob
ably afloat now.
The Aicrorier reported 1114 common
wealth hard 11 Ki'onnd la&tnlght, ut Sis
ters Istnnds 20 miles iibovo Cairo. Tho
Commonwealth litis 11 big load from St.
1 nils to N. O.
The new boatbuilding nt iow Albany
for Messrs. Dusotichout Co. for tho Cairo
and Kvansville tniuo, U tJ lu miiar to
the Ren I-rankim. now ruuutnK netweon
Louisville and Cincinnati, hut it is said
she Is to havo more poWir. Wo are afraid
hIioJIh toll g to bo a lllllo too lurgejmt
nopo tue uusiiksh' mat tr.iiowiu navoi
increased funiculi iy to 1 nppori ner uy
tho time sho Is fiuirhed. It a good bout
Is placed in thattrnitn by tho lute owners
of tho Cumberland, there will boa fine
JIuo. as Capt Dexlur's new boat Is also
saiu to uo a very 11110 ami i:irgo one.
FREE LUNCH I
A fref lunch wilt l mtu'iI up nt tlm I.cyptlnn Ef
lood&nd rcn'mmut, Mtcu o'clock vyry iinirinii?.
Tlio rfttuuiiint liiu 1.1-rii lo-cntly ntt-l up, nnd )r
lomcon lcm.-.!OmuiU'liiU.l with mruli nt all lioiirt.
r VtU v itinblo.
Cnmcr of Sixth trel Mi C tmint rr iM Avinnn. n t
ilnor to I'oot Oince. II l. l' I'Mill.
ir'xii.JVant .. . t
ilnlrrlallomulic mlnlUr Iwltlenf lliliix( IMfr Rr.
turntirvor uo.fnr rrtnrln uray Imlr (0 lt.-.ori(.
Inoloolor, ncii'llScintH fur a jwuku..
II Von Mailt
.Nli'O Wluta T-"li. I In " " yOum,mi I n,wrlbi. uili
..-11.I for our TUKKIHIl MyfTBIKirK. p-l-. y.
tf You Wiint
A ur riiri" fur Itnchflirt, rsiarrh, tMfM, r L.u.
lni; In 1 lie wn.l toe oisr srKttNUTATCiltr
Iri.' . friil. -
u-i.Ultliruf ibnabnTC it pcf.Mii'l rr-'i-lpi
A.lilto Joo-ph l(. Irhr, Ul larlut .mtoi, h.
I.outc. JIo. , ,MSt lytiw
A Ititre Ciillrrlloii. ttiiM'Iniurii IteH'(t..
MHtcArt., Dio-ovwrlrtx, hIm., romprlnintj vnluttUo
iDformntlon for nYr)lHly. Jrlt bf MMl, (friH) 91
jonlaji') for ' iuU.
AMr. n P.. VMSIV, 1 Urket Mioit, '
lioun, Mo. 2ff il inly
Of nearly our h u tr-i rvurl-4s for making hrautly .
II kmU i'l Wiuf, Cm, Ala, ller, Cordiali, Puprrli.r
Uiilrr, mvlinncli nllior uwful infurimtluH fwr thoir
ili'vliusinoruuuuftM'tiiiinisHiiy of tli nlw.-, iidir
U r tho tru'lu or home uo.
r Sent by mail, frda uf kmi j, Ur ?'HU- Atl lr.
It. K. NOlt.MAMiV, Ml Murkot tri't, H. I.uii, Me.
f CT lylw
Ntir JlnrrlK-) (lulilr.
AN ESSAY I'OIt VOIJ.M4 MEN, on riiyiolojlc.l
l'.rrors, AUiinml PitrtiiiiMlnoid jiUto-Ymiil inil
IJ.atly itaiiliouil, wllU h rfo jip'jliu-nt to.MAK
H,IAHK,Vrllliur ni-miiof r.llf. fianlm Jed ll
urenrHoii'ft, fr-'i' fi haise. Mint. Dr.a. HKII.
My 1J0U0UTO.V, Howanl An-oifttion, l'lnUI!
phU.ia. , M(r..iSm
70R KASTPORT AND WATERLOO
IIICCHI.AU TtUUlSDAV PAftKITT.
- IP1' Tli llslit .IrAuutit toninor Al.viMi
VriiliiiS-- T. i. ItYM AN. Mtt.ter. W. K. IIYKlts,
UrrETwiil l' for tho l-ive anil oil iHtinie4iiiU
I riJXNKSi'R UlVr.U, I'.VKltY THMWPAY EM'S-
Tim Alpha ronnccts cl-wly at JUnvillw w ith traits
for Chirk. villi', Iowlliw (Jrn dnrt l.oiirsville, an. I
nt JolmirmvlUc itth tr.ilus fur Ntmhvillii.
Hvtiirnlnir !in ponniHit M Cairo with twim'n nrl
truln. forall pornt-. " autotf
The lik-lit draught iwv.-ons-r.StcaniPr
, lirvTToTTTtKltN SUter,
J, .V. llt.VL.lil. vhjih,
Wil. m.iki ri'K'ilir I'.VUiY TltlTS Iwtivufii Cairo ami
IViucali, leatinir 'i'ro omy evening (Sunday
Tho Whilo oinuioaU at PalllloawMh8owOr:anH
nd Ohio railroad, and tho Cu nibn hind mid Ten-m
run- pii Uttti,
1'nr I'rt ijlht or imjiuyo applr on board, or lo
1 .'I. nuvmi.r.i , fl irm,
KGULAR CAIRO AND KASTPORT
.STKAittlW A. UA1LKU.
UMifrtauw MONDAY EVEN INU, Wl