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II. II. II AtUI K LI., ASSOCIATE KDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEIt 20, 1869.
Use Endcr's Chill
Cure. "It never
cards 6-5 centH per
First class day oonrd nt Walker A Bis
on's restaurant, at SO per Week, tf
Seo advertlHemfehtbf Dr; iJutl'rtTJfBp'oli'
ary, ncaaca,- hook ror tho million
MAiiurAdE oumK-in iinnotlier' 'col
umn. It should' bo read by all.
A cuff or hIcoVc button, gold, with rim;
a bound Hheaf In center, touched with
black enamel. Tho, Under will bo llbor
ally rowordod by leaving same at tbhr.
A Root! HtlKKPOtlw"'
fiuro III ,( 19(,H69. ,.
Cairo J!ullc(in:An an 'encouragement
to Mr. Woolworth to'cstablish u manu
factory here, T suggest tlib propriety Of
(by epeclal ordinance; remitting for five
years, the city taxes on the manufactory;.
A flifl)'" IV III n I o (Olll I MR.
Miss Hannah Dattasly, the Maine
Giantess, Is on her way down the Ohio,
and will proably reach Cairo sometime
next week. Kho Is not yet full grown,
but measures 21 Inches around her upper
arm, six feet around her waist, and
weighs 702 pounds. A the man who
lll(llrti.u l.t.. ....... ...til - . .
jvuuk juuy win nave nooui
six times as much vlfo as uny body else,
wonder If an action for polygamy would
lie against him? To fortify the hearts of
our young men against her seductive
wilts, we feel called upon to observo that
it takes ulnetecuyardsof "atuff" to make
lier a dress, and she won't wear calico!
And, besides thl.-, two full sized men
htretched their nrmsntitof Joint In a vain
effort to hug her! What, then, could one
poor fellow do?
Mlllcrand Miller, tliu principal cloth-
iew of the city, have an entire new stock
-no old good 4 in the house tf
Good all linen uhlrt
pirdczen at Itcllly'a.
About the noon of night, Monday
night, we wero awakened by shriller
bagpipe notes than ever Inspired clan
Alpine on to battle. Wo enjoyed It as
we usually do the chills and fevor.
Thinking It likely that wo had been vis
ited by some wandering minstrel who
had no other means of support, we open
ed the door, Intending to glvo him a
, t . ,wr - . i , . ... .
Mllili; iu (jVl Ull Ulll llliwr Hl'JITj uuw mo
momeut we peered out we wcro greeted
with a hearty ha! haw! and the astound
ing Interrogatory: "Howls that tor
serenade?" Wo like--.1 it so much that
we dld'nt Insist n nd tune,
although the pljK-Jcrkt r wai one of the
most willing souls we ever met. Where
the young men picked him up, and why
the groaning and pi-nking wound? of
h',1 h an 1' Mrument .should suggest asor
niri'le, rtinalu unexplained. Sundry
citizens wi re "complimented" a good
deal f fun following, as a matter of
crurse. What next, If not a "swiuetto?"
(in J fowcls.a II linen, ,20 rent.-, each,
at He Illy V lf
Thu most elegant, fashionable ami
best mado clothing in tho city, Is to bo
found at Miller and Miller'.". Nobody
pretends thai ho undcrrclU them. tf
For really fashionable clothing go to
Miller and Miller's. tf
A llonrllt t Mother. ,
A harylsomo well riret-'tisd young lady(1
with an Infuntiu her arms, arrived In
Cairo from Grand Tower, nbout 10
o'clock last night, per steamer Hollo
St. Louis. Hho took rooms at the Continen
tal hotel, registering tho namoof Llzzlo
Smith, and expressing n deslro to go up
tho Ohio by the first steamer. Tho Quick
Htepnrrlved about 11 o'clock, and Miss
Smith (for sho evidently Is n Mlss ro
palred on boardwithout horbabe, took
a ttate-room and went to hleep, About
this time night policeman William and
Patrick O'Callahan wero passing tho
ciraer of isUth and Lovoa Hcreots, Jand
heard tho cries of an infant Inm-essed
with the idea that tho child was out
doors they Instituted a search, and, suro
enough, found It wrapped In a piece of
flannel, lying on tho rear porch of the
Continental hotel, where tho hearties
mother had abandoned It. Extending
Inquiries at tlio hotel oftlco they learned
tho whereabouts of tho mother, nud took
her la charge, Sho acknowledged that
tho babo was her's, said that it was four
wceVs old and a creature of sham 5, a Mr.
Stoue, who lives in Kontucky, being its
father. Sho had abandoned it, sho said,
becauso sho wua "ashamed to ttko It
home." Her parents liyo In Hardin
county, In this State, and aro known as
respectable people. Sho was taken be
fore 'gqulro Uross this morning, but her
ca 0 not coming within the scope of our
criminal laws, sho was discharged from
arrest. Sho will go up the Ohio by first
hnt n..,i if l.n do not avail h.Ml.if nf '
rUllLIBHKD JIV JOHN h. oiiekly a
tho chances that will bo atlbrdod her to "bouts" the true history of radicalism to nno half. Doolkv'sIUkino Powdkk
hide her shame, by committing her ' wM souer or later be fully published. Is put up in tin cans, which contnln
oh Id to he waters of tlif X " S10 h 1 -, Wbor 30lh' Oolu Wm' UA actual uet xveifjht 1 j' 1 "ml 0 ,,oum,s' 118
n ore of ft mother than tlioto apprised of ' Andcrson.candidato for tho constitution- represented, ami Is perfectly freo from
her conduotare prone to bollevo her. I iiljemivuntlo, nwllladdressthedemocracy 1 any Impure substances. 0 guarantee
nt 1 - r 1 of Franklin county at Uonton. Wo havu - purity, quality, quantity and icsults
Pleco goods, in great variety, new and not a more eft'ootlve, fearless or popular satisfactory overy time Dooi.kv'b Uai:
Alnrrnnf atvlpa lit Miller and Miller's 1 oral than Gen. Anderson. In the Stato 1 IKO Powdkb Is used. For sale by Gro-
merchant tailoring establishment, tf
Tlie legal Voters of Hamilton county
will determlno by ballot, on the 2nd day
of Nofember, whether they will glvo,
as a bonus, to the Evanivllleand South
ern Illinois railroad, tho sum of $74,000,
in county bonds, tho bonds to bo de
livered when the road is finished and
operated, botweon, he great Wabash
river and McLanesboro.
In Saline county, t tho other day, Mr.
John Abney put his foot upon the ham
neVbYMsguh'Hrf'ri blew into tho muzzle
to ascertain whether it was loaded. Ills
footsllppodromjtholuiinmer, and. the
gun telngloaifed, thoontcnls were dis
charged into his mouth, killing him In
Tho MetronollslPromulgator,' (radical)
Is Incensed at' the radical board of hchool
dlrectorsjif that iUfjfiJrglyJug, employ
ment to a'Caflidlic scliool mistress. "Ono
of tho directors, In his 'own defense says
that tho teacher In' question furnished
tho requisites of capacity and morality,
and beyond that ho Jiad no rlght.or do
Biro to enquire, lie's right.
Southern riNnom can 1 heaV (fie
world railing fruit and babies. In liurd..
In county, last week, Mr. Wrlghfman .
gave birth to three children nil' boy?,1 j
healthy- youngsters- weighing about-.
seven ppunln. a.nd a, half each. fThe
father, who Is an honest farmer, says the
"climate" Is too salubrious for n poor ,
man. . .
Tho agricultural uml inchanlenl fair
In Massac couutj, will conlmence on
t!ic"l!7th and coiitlnuo until the 29th. It I
Js oxpeetod that.lhe display ofstock, ve
getabksand fruits will bo,thu ilnest and
largest ever made in the'eounty. The
thruo confidence men 'arrested here
Monday, had -their shingles up for this
fairand hut for tho mischance that betel
u.n-, .ivnni.i Skv. ,irM,hiv.
Boo.I thingof It" among the honebt and
credulou, country Wks there. .
"An 01d'Cltlzen"c)ni!iuIns. throuch
t the qolutntlri of fho'IetrorilJlU 'Promul
gator,' thata little uhlld who had taken
an npplc to Hchool,. that h might eat it
at reccM, let it full on the (to or, and the
teacher picked It up andiwnfiscatod It
If tlilsQjccarred in the sUyol taught by
the Ca.Uiollc teacher, It 1j, nothing lcs
than uv6atiiolic as-ault ujion Protestan
tism! McCartney should Instantly raise
the standard, a la Uaruaby'Itudgo, ' No
l'opcrj'," lest atfother apple bo similarly
There Is a grcAt demandnfor dwelling
houses In the nelghborlngown of Me
tropolis, and no supply. i!his indicates
a very healthful condition among our
Tho Ilenton 'Standard'iiftys that A. J.
Alden, one of the most bigoted .radicals
t.. T-....... -, ... r l it... - 11!. J
III J.i V JU, IIIUIIIiLMI HIU IIIHIIUIIU Ui lUtj
Knights of the Golden Circle In Hamil
ton county, in 1801-2, and wus rewarded
tlierefiir with n olm-tiit tlirl;slili). l-Vnr
Wibsequently drovd him into the arrriy.M
:iud the same uuluuis -caused him to sur
render himself to -i Vquail nf'his Southern
brethren, among whom ho remained on
parole during the war. Q lite all the
fiercest radicals nro made out of Juit mAi
material" or worse. Iook a t 'Jofi'n A.
On Saturday uext-thocltlzeuo of Tain
nroa will vote on the proposition to sub
scribe $2.i,000 town bonds, to the Chester
nud Tamaroa rallrood qompany. It Is
tie t'ght thepiopoaltlou will bu decided
atlilrniatlvtdy. Itoughttobu. After wo
secure, by euch means, nil the railroads
we want, wc will shift our county nud
town railroad debts -on to tho nhoulders
of the State. Tho only expense that
will be Incurred in the meantime will be
on nccouut of interest. '
The quarrel in the Perry county radi
cal .household continues, its fury un
abated. Where there is eo much smoke
therejmust bo Bomo lire. In other words,
thechargesof fraud, favoritism, misap
plication of public fund, etc., so persist
ently ruug against tho "radical ring'
which comprises tho so-called regular
ticket must have some foundation in
fact. While decent radicals stand sick
ened and appalled nt tho disclosures of
misfeasance, general abuse of public in
terests, etc., at radical bauds, why don't
tho sturdy, houost and over trust-worthy
'democrats of tho county gut hold of the
county helm and steer .the crazy boat
out of her distresses. It seems to us
there it mi opening for such a God.send
In Perry county, that should bo cm
ployed. Tho engineers aro now surveying and
locating tho Uellovllle .and Southern
Illinois railroad between Now Athons
and I)u Quoin. As soon as the suryoy Is
complotcd, tho whole lino will bo lot out
In live mllo contracts -the object being to
seeuro the greatest possible- speed in tho
work of construction. This is a progress
that wo did not anticipate.
One S. Hamilton, a radical, occuphs
four columns of tho last lion ton Standard
In an nttemptjlo provo that frauds upon
the government havo not been perpetrat-
ed;in 1110 petition uusiucsb or i"uKun 1
county, it appears 10 ue ouo 01 uiosu 1
family Jars to which tho radical house-!
hold is muoh given of late, and which '
generally end in an exposition of damn
Ing deeds and corrupt practices. Uy such
The OI J4c and the IItom nine
Judge Hodges is in the city, smiling
and pleasant as a May mornlng.shaklng
hands with everybody with a cordiality,
quite surprising in one of his peculiar
disposition. He is well satisfied, in his
own mind, that BroBs' candidacy Is duo
to tho efforts of a llttlo "ring" of per
sons who think that he, Hodger, doesn't
dress fine enough, and hasn't cuough of
practical common senso to run the "ma
chine" as she ought to run. If the poo
pie of the county would deal frankly
with tho old Judge, as wo do, he would
soon learn that the "ring" that wnnia
Uross to fill tho office of County Judge
embraces nlnetccn-tweutleths or iim 1
democracy, and three fourths of tho
honest radicals. And furthermore, ho
would learn that ho Is hcapingcoalsupon
nis own neau every timo lie makes fruch
an unfounded chargc,as it is tantamount
to the assertion that tile four or live
hundred democrats who participated hi
the primary meetings, and tho forty do
legates who voted unanimously or
Uross' nomination, are nil lio "tools,"
the mero machines, of a ring of flvo or
six persons who fancy tine clothes and
common sense. 'Uross Is the undoubted
cliolco of the democracy of tho county,
and tho day following theelectlon tho Old
Judge will be utterly appalled nt the slzo
and strength of tho "flog" which he
ihov tfpeaks of so flippantly. . .I ho truth
Is, if tho voters 6f the county would deal
honestly and open'ly wITh the old Judgp,
ho wou(d. At once tce how lnpele.-H his
cno lf, mill save himself the deep rnor
tillcatlon of an overwhelming defeat, by
withdrawing from tho contest. Wo
would spare him th.at.mortiflcatlon, and
' . ..
UTC t,,"tf ,ff ' l'f' cmll-
dtt(? ' & "tterly cru-hlng;
a"d ,f 'K110 not ,,Im ui" for 11 Period
of ft T ortvo his mcntn' IU"1 Plifcnl
"rgaiiUm are better fortltled against ad-
ve,fte "'"""J tlia" w ,aI:u '" t I
,th,(;r W0I ,,,s (Jt'feBt wi ,uukt; !
If Mothers would glvo .Mrn, Wiiitcouib's'
Vyrup to their children when sick, imir
lality would be less among them. It costs
only 25 ecu tit.
For a new suit, complete, or for any
part of a suit, for gentlemen's furnishing
goods generally go to Miller and Miller's.,
Fred Theobold Jwlll sell on tho most
accommodating terms, Ills dwelling
house, situated on tho" corner of Sixth
and Walnut streets. The properly is
among thu mo.it desirable In the city,
and rents readily ntn good tlgure. Fred
offers such a bargain, that any person in
want of a neat well arranged, well fiultil-
ated home, should nothultatoa moment
about Ipljjg. In wltU" him provided,
that person ha'sthe ,kneeilful " rioo ad
vertisement fo particulars.
Uest 5 quarter pillow; slip
cent perj'ard, nt Uellly's.
To all tfiOHi it may eoHoern, Notice la
hereby given that hereafter no bill for
supplies furuisucd the City of Cairo will
bo allowed by the City Council unleas the
supplies for which tho bill is presented
shall have been purchased by the City
Competroller, or upon his written order,
being in conformity with section 17, of
chapters of the ordinandi as follows.
Skc. 17. Tho City Comptrollershnll be
1110 nscai agent or inecity, ami as such
shall make all purchases for tho city
which may ho necessary to caryon tho
publlo works, and other city Improve
ment); shall examlno all accounts which
may exist against thu city, before the
samo aro presented to the C'lly Council,
clnlmnnts being required to present their
accounts for proper endorsement ns to
theircorrectness to him at least twenty
four hours boforo tho meeting of the
council at which they wish their ac
counts nllowed: shall have power to In
vestigate, and uy and with consent of
council, to settle, coll tut and comprom
ise till claims duo or held against tho
city; shall seo that all llnesor other mnn
oys duo the city from police magistrates,
collectors, harbor and market master,
and n.l others having charge of the coll
ection of the funds of tho city, are cor
rectly accounted for and paid Into tho
treasury; and shall also attest the correct
ness of tho monthly reports of tho diff
erent city olllcurs.
Persons Interested, take uotlco and
govern yourselves accordingly.
- - m -
Grand Uall at J no. School's Hall Cairo
Illinois, Monday Evening, October '2o
18C0, given by the Monibors of tho'.Ger
mnu Urass hand. Tlckets.ndmlttlng La
dy and Gentleman, "One Dollar. Muslo
by tho Gorman Urass and Wlttig's String
Hands. A cordial Invitation is extended
to the public; tho Commltteo of Arrange
ments promising to do everything In
their power to render tho occasion a
grand succes in overy particular.
Commltteo of Arrangements: William
Schick, Ed. Wittlg, J. Uurger.
Cairo, Illinois, October IS, 1SC0. td
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wid;, $1 7o
cents er yard, at Rellly's.
iinn'i tic imiio.i i'ion
Hy purchasing Uaklug
J which fall short of tho quantity ropre-
scuted in each packuge, from one-elghth
cedes overy where.
I union unen 35 cents per yard, at
Ender's Stomach Hitters f-"Tne beet
Tho best assortment of strictly fashlon
ablo hats ever opened in Cairo, hare
Just been received by Miller. Miller, tf
ilnolnr IloHne fur Hrui.
That eligibly shunted business houso
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth streetj Is
for rent. Apply on tlio premises.
Smith's Tonlo Syrup has been counter
feited, and tho counterfeiter, brought to J
grior. SMITH'S TONIC 8 YItUP.
Tho genulno article must have Dr.
John Hull's private stamp ou.each bot
tle. Dr. John Hull only has the right
16 manufacture and sell the original
John J. Smith' TONIC SYHUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examlno well tho label
on each bottle. If my prlvato. stamp is
not on tlio bottle, do nntpurctiaso, or you
will be deceived.' See niy column adver
tisement, and my fchhweard. I will pros
ecute any pno Infringing on my., right.
'Vlmpnmtne Smith's Tonio SvKurqau
nly bo prepared by myself.
The public servent.
Dr. John Hull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2.180H.
Alrxxtvlr 1011,117 TriifHT' luilllutr.
A session of tho above named Institute
will bo held ati Thebe.', commencing
Thursday, October, 21st., 1S09," at one
o'clock p. m., nud continuing two days,
until Saturday noon, October 23J.
Thoprogrnmmo will embrace exercises
In all the branches required by law to be
taught In the public school, to-wlt: or
thogra)hy, English reading, penuman
ship, arilhmethlc, English grammar,
modern geography, and the history of
tho I'nlted States; with music and es
says, discussions nud addresses on edu
cational uubjocts, Juto.'sperscd.
Teachers and school directors will take
notice that "no reduction of pay or loss
of time will be incurred by tho teachers
attending" this institute; and the
teachers from every school district in the
oounty, outtildo of Cairo, (which- excep
tion Is mado lxicau.su an institute will bu
held there sometime during the Fail or
Winter) arc expected to bo present and
take part in (ho exorcise. The school
directors of every district should require
their teachers to attend, since It is to their
interest to have competent teachers; and
no better opportunity for testing their
competence will bo afforded than the
exercises of this Institute; and the coun
ty superintendent pledges himself to re
voke the certificate of any teacher whoe
Incompetency is mado npparaut.
Notkuowlug who at present" compose
the executive committee of the Alexan
der county Teachers' Institute, the coun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying with tho school Iawwhlch
makes It his duty to encourage the for
mation of teacher?' Institutes.
All friends 'of education are cordially'
invited. L. P. IJiTLKa,
, Conn ty Superlnteudent of Schools.
THIS LAST WAHN1NI!.
A the tlmo fixed fur the holding or tho
iii xt trrin of the County Court permits
It, and us a number of tax payers will bo
gnutiy accommodated thereby, I have
concluded to defer the preparation of my
llt of delinquent town lots until Satur
day "'Id instant. Heyond that tlmo no
man need urge me to postpono It. Every
per 'ii, without reference to size, ngei
standing or color, who Is delinquent on
and after that date, will be so published,
and -subjected to tho usual costs. Come
forward then, pay your taxes, aud avoid
.lOIIN Hi LAM),
oct 10 td City Treasurer.
Gentlemen's collars tho Albany make
unexcelled In stylo and general get up.
An Immense stock nt Miller and Miller'?,
v n Milium, i'..iuui'.us Wui wlilif, PuJucoii;
UtU Km, ltuiiTillo; Holla Si. I.uul-, St I.oui.r -
Virgiui.i, LouUvitli'i foini'ioimwilih, "
(iiK-k.trii, KiitiKTille; Cliaiiijiluii, C'iliolnimti:
Km l(umm.n,iv.ti.iii"ii, Win While, rmluoati: ' '
Iti'lle St f.oiii. M'iiiii. I Mi lira, S l);
(.'lumpuin. -i l.oin. Virginia, X O;
ij.iul,-i(., i:,itmi II. Kim llr.iuii.St J.oti ii;
The weather otoared up this morning,
and became much nioro pleasant, with
the thermometer atCO degree. About 10
a. m. tho sky again heoamo overcast with
olouds, and (ho day looked dreary
onougk us our report closes.
The Mississippi and Missouri contiuuo
falling, slowly. Hoata from St. Louis
havo considerable dlfllculty in coming
out with full cargoes. Tho Common
wealth, was a ground 28 hours about 20
mllos above Cairo, but her detention was
caused by a chargo in tho channel. She
found plenty of water across thorlvor.
The Ohio is falling slowly everywhere
with fiO Indies to Pittsburg, aud 3 feet 8
inches In the canal
Here tho river has fallen .'I Inches since
Uusjness is fair.
The Quickstep brought a good trip for
reshlpmciit. The Commonwealth adds
150 tons assorted freight, and 200 hogs,
sheep aud cattle.
Tho Virginia rocolvod hcroSOO bbls.
flour aud several lots assorted freight.
Tho abuudanco of freight carried by
tho Bt. Louis and .Memphia pack eta haa
caused the owners of the T. L, HcQlU tft
placoherJn thfct trade, 03 an opposition
packet. Sho id expected here this even-
Ing on her first trip, bound for Mcxoplih,
mmnuu or our old fellow citizen
Capt. Hob. HHey, formerly of tho city of
The Mississippi, Capt. Nat. Green, ii
advertlsod to leave Cairo to-day for N.O
The Mary E Forsyth, Capt. Jas. T.'
IiUker, is the regular packet for Vlcks
burg tills evening, (.'has. T. Hinde.
Tlie Wm. White, Capt. Northern, is
the regular Padiicah packet to-day.
We aro pleased to learn that Capt. Ed.
V. DIx, of tho Paulino Carroll, has pre
sented a beautiful Hag, ten by twenty
feet, to Capt. Jas. Johnson and Frank
Hundley of the railroad wharfboat. It
will be hoisted as soon as a sultablo Hag
IT Yon rtntil
MtrrlltomUailolliirliotil(of llic Loot Jtnlr Jlc.
toratlvoerer iitoJor i-mMm? Krnylmlrto llnnnr
liial color, fciulM' clit forn porkiifc.
IV You Vntu
Nice WtillM Trelli, llniltliyfiiiiii-,!!!!.! B.vn-i-tl.rowli
nii for unrTUitKISH DEMIIIHCE, prit. J
ir You Wut
A urooure Un lj"ivlihe, Cnlnrrli, IWihim, of but
r-lnii In llio .ui, iu.t for our Hi KRNUTATOIiV
l'flco 05 r.rnli.
D.KItlierur lliaotratc h-hI imI-i1(1 on rvclpl
AiMrrr Jovtih K. Lr..lmr, JI Markit Mrrrl, Pt
A llitre Collrvlloii. ItmrtniulN 1tpIiIb.
.MuxiaArtf, DiMovpn, via., conirilnjr valunblr
Inrarmntion fur I'Tcrylwdj-. Font l.y nmll, (frc
pottos) fur ftO -nt.
AJilrcM II. E. NolUIANhr, Murisot Mict, Ht
Of nonrly one ImnJrefl re clpin for rnnklng Li.mJy.
all kimli cl Win, nin, Ale, lr, f.VtlW. Uci rtior
I'ult-r, nti'lrmirti r.lh -r ufnl Inf .rmiCon for those
UtaliiiK iuormaniif.u'ttiriQRany of tho alioio, rillir
fur the tra'lo orlioinvtuc.
Sent by mall, trr of pout-, tir rnt. A.frlrco
It. K. NOH.MAXDV, Wl Mrk t nr. -i, . Lnulf. M.
NM ,'fiirrliKO (Ittltlr.
AN KSrfAY roll Vol' Ml Jtn.V, on I'hynlologlral
Krroro, AUmeoml PlMtM, InrMrnt tii Vnulli unit
J.'nrly Muihno.l.wlilrli c r.'iite imprdnui nt loMMI
HIAdf, ullliiur mcainor n-litf. Sont.n k't
lfronrelo.f, frtf uf i hargo. A-Mpmhi, Pr. S. sH,.
LIN HOt'OlITON, Howr.l A wisllnn, Phlh.ltl
tihH. I'll. '2T.lrtMm
HY GOODS A N I) 0 1 tO C I J R I FS.
X THE rOUEtTEC WAICIl.
IU Introduced Into his Koiirtli Want droocry raUb
ll'lmicnt n Diy '! . N iIfi.Krtiiiiit, riiil.ritciiiK cry
i-rti.-le inuiilly fu.iiul in tlia ri-nlai li K"!- iiouj
of the city
Staple nud Fnuc' 3ry (oiN,
r( vwty iUor ptmn, Iiniv, N. ti'.iif. P-i.-t an
Shot-it, nii'l a riiliipli'tr Mt'irlinont Ki-nnrnllv.
The p-itronuKc tf Hi1 puUi is Invitud, tli proirle
(MrKiurmtitffit.gin -ill unyllilnijln hi, lin, wkt-thtir
Pry iiooiN or liwrw, n ulirap ni they enn t
buiiKhtnuivTlirrtf In llmu ti
rti'mcinHT tho plin., ntxl ilfmr l lhoornfrof
I'oplar ami Nlne('iith plrpot.
Th tirosory taUuhrnent at lliTorBr of Wixtk
and Commercial, will lt tii tlntuiiiiMi ii. uiunH,
onoof thobe.l tty.-k"l lnUiclty.
w. sTiurm.v. r. mm-
gTJtATl'ON, A HIHD,
fin-. -or iStrattoa, tin !un 4 1rk),
(.'rin'ci-.N ami Coiiiniinkleu XdicIihiiI.
.linrrlrnii I'liuilrr 'i.,nul UnniirarftircrM
Auoutn I'ur Cm (on Vtruii.
No. A7 Olilo I.et r, fali-o, 111.
H0AT STtHtKS, (.'KOrCIIIKS A.VI) VIW
VISIONS, HO Oliio Xioxroc,
0l-Mf 4'illo, lllllioU.
The l,MX CBNTUKV PuUktliun I'u , Ml'harlfa.
ion, hfo twou to auct-CMful ui litflr iry cmcrp. its
that tln-y aro ili-tribiitiii( hun.lre-Unf hoke Un.;inl
workrili:i:tolli'piir ii'.rKr ll.o MiBj4in.'. ,k
nr ftt V. p, 1;.k!.u-I' A Cu. . fcUnlt
-pOR FASTPORT AND WATERLOO
IlKCl'LAK TliritMlAV I'ARKIT,
.ir". TlH'Habt ilrUBhl kltuur AMMIAt
u.iC T. O. flVMAN. IiMr. W. U. IIVK11S,
t IntC, will Ifntf fr tlm aliiHl all lulariiirili'-
TKNNIsr. IMVKU, JjVltY Til I' Its' DAY KVK.N-
Tim Alpha Ponnoi tm.on.y at rVinrillo wllh Irftii
for I'larknulh', Ikiwlmj O'rt on ami Iruuls vilto, an. I
lit Johnoonvillo inth tminnfi.r Nnchrillo.
llctiiriiinir tlii' ron
rnln for all hii t.
tAUtO AND PADL'CAU
TKn liglit ilranght iakci)grr St.amr
,..in!,S w?I. WIIITK,
Ii. Y. NoluTlKKN Mn-.ir.
J. 5', Ill.VKttLY. ..... Cltkrb,
Wll. mako rfpulcr IUlLYTlttlytt(Caironn.l
I'adticah, li'muiK Cairo overy evening (s-nmUy '
CfPti'il) at fiioVloek,
Thw lull' conn wUl.t radiii-aniiit'' the Now Orlcnon
and Ohio railroad, mid ihoCuii.terlundand Tennr-neo
rlv-r pw hcts.
Kr freight or p.iiai!e aid l'n Ixwril. or lo
r .'1. J. IIUCKI.KY, .Vmnt,
lanUdll (iiro. III11 -.In.
11 EO TL A R CA 1 1 tO AND EAS'lT'ORT
1; WKKKIjY packep.
s ri:A';ii:jt a. n.tKiiit;
I.ae Cairo overy MONDAY KVRMNO, malilnt
close connection with li-iinsat Danvillo for Clurks
rllle, and nt Johnmuvillt, with Iruins for Nashrlll.
rrtlciiUrttttciilioii paid to av Imhhiioh.
1 rigrm ,TTTT"J inniu ,i
And those ulio arc older i youii rtiyij ami old men ;
the rich aud pons i thone who iam ) li ft Minx Jkaj
thoe,ho am ( ray j and tho who, haviui; loitUhclr
hair vni Ar ffiiplug it again, ub Iiiineir Vgot '
bin Lair tletomllTo. II' yon haf not liivt It go ru
once aud set a bottlo lliirH ' I the p. ce, n ihelr
atore I uen-ral 1 ead piartcra fortu a.lris Ja
bouthern Illinois Kra'uuky and MiitoiirL