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M. II. II AltKKU,, AHROCIATK KD1T0U.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1809.
cufr or sleeve button, Kold, with rim;
bound ahead u cen tor, touched with
. .!... 111 1. - 111,--
y rewarded by leaving same at this
Ico. ' 3t
cards 05 cents per
employ a company for his now hall,
e it of the opinion thathe will bo ready
open out In gay style, with a first clasi
mrtn... nn nl.illl llm Kill flf VflVfltTl.
Good towcls.n II lliien.JM cenW, each,
Jie i vh. "
Tlio City Tmm The I.t IT
Parties against whom city tuxes aro
i .1 1.11...- I I.i.l Mint tn.
nrirr.ii. nuuuiu uuui m imuu
lorrow (Saturday) ;1m the Inst day of
raco. On and after Monday, tho dolln
uent list will bo in the hands of tho
rlnter; nnd from each and every ono
. . III I ......I I. .n.it.l
ir IL'1!UI .Till Vi illllVU- v tiw.a.u
o well, therefore, for parties who yot
we taxc., to strain a pointy pay them
and pave the costs.
Good all linen shirt
at $2 50
ier dozen at ItvillyV.
During the enduing month we thall
irobably bo visited by two oircusses, viz:
)an. i: cu's tun i)r. I'urr's. unancy
.. .. .. .1 .. I . . I ... .1... 1.-..4 I . . ..
OVCS. WHO IlflS II 1)011 1 IIIU uum i;ili;u.-i
raveling, hai hud enough of Cairo. Ills
xnen-pH exceeded his Income, during his
wn visits here. SflSt. Tho cltv exacted
100 per day, for show license, ami muue
j i in pity iu ,vr iiii iwi iiiu in i u'
..lit.... I. l.tu iuii iinl.tlllnn
Ills candv ales amounted to six dollurs.
Piece goods, In great variety, now and
elegant styles at Miller and Miller's
merchant tailoring establishment, tf
County Itnllrnnrf lmleltteilneas.
During the ensuing month, possibly
within a week or two, the Auditor of
Htate will notify the dlllorcnt County
Clerks of the per centum to bo levied as
Htate Taxes. It therefore becomes no
cesiary for such counties as have rail
road debts charged to them, to register
eucli indebtedness immediately. Other
wise they may lose the benefits that may
accrue under the Into railroad law. In
Alexander county no tuch boncflts can
arise until the value of our property ex
oeecN tho valuation of 1S6S.
Host Ti quarter pillow blip muslin 24
cents per ynrd, at Itellly's. tf
i.rt jour 'rifkeia.
Tho various candidates for county ofll
ces should not delay, much longer, their
orders for tickets. We expect to be call
ed up.jn to print about Tfi.OOO, and want
time. It lias been KUggested that tho
le:nrcratl' central committee propare a
f :rm, 11,1 tho vu'nncles.and order a Muni
ch'!. t iiaj'ity for all the precincts of the
cct.nty. If this sugtrostlon Is not acted
up? " "i Pft(,l candldato should look
out f r No l.and provide his own tickets.
It will require a week's time to dlstributo
the tickets after they aro printed. This
being so, there is not much time to lo-.
Tho I.ii.t Cliunco to ItrulxHr.
The board of registrars will mcotatlho
dill'trent places for holding elections,
next Tuesday and Wednesday, for tho
purposoof perfecting tho lists of voters.
To avoid troublo, confusion and delay
on the day of election, every voter In tho
county should go forward, particularly
the democratic voters, nnd register their
names. No other clmnce will bo nH'ord
ed; nnd tho voter who neglects to regis
tcr, must cither subject himself to tho
troublo of proving his right to vote, or
forego tho duty nnd pleasure of voting
Miller and Miller, tho principal cloth
iers of tho city, have nn entire now stock
no old goods In the houso. tf
Will liter Villi Cairo?
The famous Davenport brothers will
visit Evansvllloncxt woek, aud treat the
denizens of thatBodomical city to a sight
of their wonderful and almost supernat
ural performances. It Is said that, after
a short stay in Kvansvllle, they will vis
it Henderson and Padueah. If thoy von
turo as far ns Padueah. It would'nt ho
much out of their way to drop down to
Cairo; nnd as three or lour hundred of
our citizens havo their "four bits" ready
to hand over, tho Messrs. D. should drop
down this way nnd gather them In.
Thoy never exhibited In Cairo.
First class day uoard at Walker & Bis
on's restaurant, at f5 per week. tf
fonjecturo at Fault.
About ten days ago wo referred to tho
finding of nbout a busliol of letters in tho
vicinity of Omaha, addressed to J. G.
Hnxton, formerly of Cairo. Tho place in
which these letters wore found, and tho
condition they wero In whon found, led
many persons Into the belief that their
owner had committed suicide, or beon
foully doalth with. Such a conclusion
turns out to bo entirely unauthorized.
Mr. Saxton is in Leavenworth City.
That ho Is not tho man he was whon In
Cairo, is due to an inordlnato uso of
liquor, yet he Is worth 11 vo or six dead
men, and has the chanco beforo him to
regain all ho has lost of his manhood.
Ender's Stomach Hitters !"Tno best
Tho Board of Equalization Redacts ltt
Ansessed Valne Fifty Per Cent.
A. COH SKQI KNT DKCRF.AriK Of TAXES
Through the determined efforts of our
tnember'of the State Board of Equallza.
tlon, Thos. Wilson, esq., and the depo
sition of his fellow mombers to concedo
U ua equal and exact Justice, tho valua
tion of Cairo town lots for purposes of
taxation, has been mudo uniform with
that of other cities, and reduced to some,
thing like a fair and oquitablo figure.
Washington county, containing tho
oonsiderablo towns of Bichviow, Afdiley,
Nashville, etc., reported $251,701, as tho
ralue of all her town lots. Marion coun
ty, with the city of Centralla and tho
town of Balem, reported $755,002; La
Salle coun ty, full ef rich towns, reported
them all, a worth only ?l,327,12y;' Hock
Island, with tho very considerable olty
of Kock Island, and a half dozen othcr
towns of over ono thousand inhabitants,
roported her town lots to bo worth only
$1,150,055; whllo Alexander county,
boastlne only of Cairo, reported her
town loU, nt $2,100,034. Very properly
the Hoard of Equalization reduced this
Hum exactly FIFTY PEH CENT., or ono
half. This reduction nUucts of course,
only tho filato tax, but It Is a
matter of no Utile moment to our
over burdened tax payers, to
bo relieved of tho payment of ono
half of their. State taxes. In other words,
the reduction Haves to tho pockets of our
real-estato owners about$S,000ln a singlo
year. A consideration quite as valuablo
as thlils tho fact that wo havo at lait
been put on n footing with tho contral
and northern counties Alexander
county, and a large portion of Southern
Illinois, have, for years, paid an unduo
portion of tho Ktato taxes. Their wild,
untouched lands, remote from river or1
railroad, havo been valued at as high a
rate ns many of the Jmprovml farms of I
Luke, Winnebago and other counties of
the north. Our spavined, away-backed, i
wheezing old shacks of horses, havo
boen valued ntas high a figure ns the
leuk, trim, bloodud enrriago horse of
the Cook county gentleman;
and our old, rattle-box plnnns
have been a.iced at $100, to $250,00
each, whllo Iroquois, .Stephenson and
other northern counties hare returned
th elrs at from $15 to 35. And of all people-
In the world thove living in the
northern counties of Illinois, own the
cheapest clocks aud carry tho meanest
watches. According to the returns only
about ono man In each school district
has n watch or a clock, aud a fair aver
age value Is one dollar nnd aovcnty-flvo
cents for tho clock aud threo dollars and
n quarter fort lie watch! In all this, In
justice Is done to Egypt aud all other
portions of Illinois, where tho assessors
value property as the law require?, at Its
actual can va'ut. The Hoard of Equali
zation has applied the corrective so far
far as the State taxes are concerned, and
are entitled to credit frthe performance
of that duty. Let our county courts ap
ply the same Just equalization to proper
ly assessed for county purpose, and tho
unequal burdens under which we labor,
will bo removed.
Tho most elegant, fiuhlounblo und
best made clothing In the city, Is to bo
found at Miller nnd Miller's. Nobody
pretonds that ho undersells them. tf
Chill Cure. "It never
TIIIJ CONCERT LAST XIGWT.
Tho first of the two concerts announced
by Prof. Hlalsdell, came ofr last night.
The Athoneum was well filled, tho au
dience being ono of tho most respectable
that has been called out oil any occaslou
during tho year; aud wo hoard a number
of persons warmly compliment tho con
cert nsasuccess. Theyoung Indies, nbout
forty in number, ranging from tho Miss
of 20 to tho little girl of 8 or 0, wero ela
borately drossed, and many of them lu
good tnsto. The singing was equal to the
general expectation, tho solos and duets
being loudly applauded. Thoro wero no
baulks, or delays to mnr tho harmony of
tho occasion. Every ono of tho partici
pants performed her part with an exact
ness that showed careful training. The
duet, behind tho curtains, was not, ns
many supposed, n rehearsal, to see "if
the thing would go", beforo rendering It
in view of tho audience; but n part of
the concert. To prevent a llko miscon
ception to. night, and to euablo rcmoto
members of the audience to hear, it
would be advisable to merely conceal tho
"Nightingale" and "Roho" by one of tho
scenes, and not by the curtain.
Independent of everything else, It Is
worth tho price of admission to see so
many sparkling eyed, rosy.cheeked and
handsomo young ladles. Cairo ought to
be, aud no doubt Is, proud of them.
Tho coucert, with somo now features,
will bo repeated to-night. As It will af
ford a couple of hours very pleasant
nntlitto. nml us tho iiroenmlri nrn tn hn
applied to tho up-building of an Jnstltu-
i - .
i tion in our city, that all should willingly
I cn cau rage, (tho Conservatory of Music)
1 overy neat iu tho house ought to ho
Sco advertisement of Dr. Butt's Dispen
sary, headed, Book for tho million
MAititrAOU (ii'inn-in annother col
umn. It should ho read by alh
A letter received to-day from Sol. Silver
dated San Josc,Callfornla, says that Dan.
Castelln's circus (with which he Is con-
neoted) is doing a land office business
making money almost as fast as itcan bo
counted and packed away.
BeinoTfU mf l.lvery Htntite.
Porry Power's Livory Stablnnnd Stock
Yard hare been moved from the old
location to the brick stable adjoining J.
T. Jtennlo's Iron works; where, as for
merly, lie Ii prepared to accommodate
all who may have demands In his line.
oc. 23 3t
JA special conclavo of Cairo, coin
SAmandery No. 13. of Knights Temp
lar, will be held at the asylum In tlmclty
of Cairo, this Friday evening at 7J
o'clock, nharp. All sojourning Sir
Knights, aro courteously Invited to at
tend. Jas. H. Heaiuikn,
oc. 22. Recorder, protein.
If Mothers would give Mrs.Whitcomb'B
Syrup to their children when sick, mor
tality would be less nmong them. ItcostH
only 5 cents.
Gentlemen's collars tho Albany make
unexcelled In stylo and general got up.
An immense stock nt Miller and Miller's,
limine- !liiu fiirltml.
That eligibly situated builuoss houso
No. S Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply on the premises.
ll cr "Willi I !.
Five good timber hewers wanted, to
work In Alexander County. The work
will be let by the foot or the day.
Apply to Jas. S. Rearden, ollice over
First National Hank. oc. l!2, 3t
Smlth'sTonlc Syrup has been counter
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SM ITU'S TONICS i III 1.
The genuine nttlclo mint have Dr
John UvuVh private stamp on each bot
tie. Dr. Joil.v Hlt.l only lias the right
to manufacture and hell the original
Joir.v J. Smith's TONIC SYIiLT, of
Ijouhville, Ky. Examine well tho label
on each bottle. If my private stamp Is
not on the bottle, do not purchase, or you
will bo deceived. See my column ad ver
tisemetit, and my showcard. J will pros
ecute any ono Infringing on my right.
Tho ficnuitu Smith's To.vio hvhui can
uly be prepared by myself.
The public servent.
Dr. John Hull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. 1S0S.
For really fnshlonablo clothing go to
Miller and Miller's. tf
For nnewbuit, complete, or for any
partofasult, for gentlemen's funiMilug
goods generally go to Miller and Miller's
City Cl.rlfi Ottw, )
To all whom it may concern, Notice 15"
hereby given that hereafter no bill for
supplies furnlsned tho City of Cairo will
bo allowed by the City Council unices tho
supplied for which tho bill Is presented
shall havo been purchased by the City
Comptroller, or upon his written order,
being in conformity with -otlon 17, of
chapters of the ordlnnnco a follows.
She. 17. Tho City Comptroller shall be
tho llscal agent of the city, and a mk-Ii
shall make all purchased for the city
which may be necessary to rury on the
public works, aud other pity Improve
ment; shall examine all accounts which
may exist against tho city, before tho
same aro presented to tho City Council,
claimants being required to present their
accounts for proper endoiement as to
thelrcorrectness to him at least twenty
four hours beforo tho meeting of the
council at which thoy wish their ac
counts allowed; shall have power to In
vestigate, nnd by nnd with consent of
council, to settle, collect and comprom
ise ail claims duo or held against the
city; Hhall sco that all llnesor other mon
eys duo the city from pollco magistrates,
collectors, harbor nnd market masteis,
and ad others having charge of tho coll
ection of tho funds of tho city, are cor
rectly accounted for and paid into the
treasury ; nnd shall also attest the correct
ness of tho monthly reports of the dill
Persona Interested, tako notieo and
govern yourselves accordingly.
Grand Ball at Jno.Hcheel's Hall Cairo
Illinois, Monday Evening, October '25
ISO!), given hy tho .Members of tho.Cier
man Brass Baud. Tielets,adiultting La
dy nnd Gentleman, Ono Dollar. Miiblo
hy tho German Brass and Wittlg's String
Bauds. A cordial invitation is extended
to thepubliu; tho Comtnltteo of Arrange
ments promising to do everything in
their power to render tho occasion a
grand succes In every particular.
Committee or Arrangements: "William
Schick, J5il. Wlttls, J. Burger.
Cairo, Illinois, October 18, 18CW. td
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wide, $1 75
cents por yard, at Bollly'n. tf
The bestassortinont of strictly fashion
able hats ever opened in Cairo, havo
Just been received hliller. & Miller, tf
Don't lie lniiiiaeil Upon
By purchasing Baking , Powders
which fall short of tho quantity repre
sented in eaoh package, from one-eighth
to ono half. Dooi.ky's Ba kino Powuint
I is put ui) in tin caiiH, which contain
actual nc4 might I, i, 1 anil S pounds, as
represented, and is perfectly free from
any impure substances. We guaranteo
purity, quality, quantity and results
satisfactory every tlmo Dooi.ey's Bak.
i.sin PowoKa is used. Kor sale by Gro
linen ".r cents per
Ikt !Inrrim!tt. Colmnlni..: Wm Whll. Pitlnc!.!
HI Jorp)i, Metnnhl.; Kite Itnlilnnon, HtlxilliSi
Htnnewull, .N O City of Cnlro, flo
.Mary iirumion, no KrllOKg, do
i;nr in .Minn, no Ptiomnrlnr, . Ilj Jo
It 0 Ury, Cincinnati, Hum lirown, Jo
Ike lUtnmltt.Coltimbtii; Win Wlilto, Paducol.!
Kt ltobliiniin, (Jin Ht Josnjili, Hi IOtil;
Cltv orcmro, Mcrnhlnt Flonewixll, do
It C (irnj i il" filly of Alton, tin
Tko weather is again cloudy and celd
Tho Mlsslppl Is still falling slowly at
and above St. Louis, but with a fair stage
of water. It Is twelve feot 'above low
water mark at Qulncy, Ico Is lloallng
down past St. Paul. The Missouri Is low
und still fulling,
Tho Ohio Is stationary at Pittsburgh
with 28 in tho channel, and falllngjat
Louisville with 3 feet 8 Inches In tho canal.
Hero the river Isabout Htatlouary.
Business continue1 good. All the
Btcnmers which orrlvo transact more or
ess business, and a largo quantity of
freight Is, consequently, handled hero
The Alpha has concluded to try tho
Cairo and Memphis trade, as freight for
way points Is dolayed both hero and at
Memphis for want of tiniispnrtatlon all
the packets having at much through
freight as thoy can carry. Tho oxponses
of tho Alpha being small In comparison
witli the huge 1,200 ton steamer now In
that trade, sho can a (lord to attend to
way bnsiucss, and make money, whoro
the large boaU would I010 heavily. Ilor
ollleers are clever gentleman and care
ful steamboatmcn, nnd we boliovo and
hopo shelwill havo abundant success.
If our; merchants will dn all in their
power to support her, their own business
will be greatly benefitted by the orders
she will bring hero for goods.
M. A. Bryson, esq., Is In tho city, en
route to New Orleans to attend a moot
ing of tho committee appointed at tho
Louisville convention, to further tho
Improvement of Southern levees.
Tho Luminary, Capt. Conway, Is tho
regular packet for Vlcksburg and way
points thla evening. Capt. Chns. T.
Tho Paulino Carroll, Capt. Ed. F. Dlx,
Is the regular boat for N. O. this evening ,
Capt. Chai. T. Hlnde, agent.
Tho White leaves as usual this even
ing for Padueah.
lf You Wiutt
Matvriul to nuVo adoltir Ixdtleiif tholjent Hair lie.
HoratiToeter ud lor refUiring gray hair to Itf orij.
I n,il color, fend 35cent for it fmckast.
IT Von Willi I
Nieo Wh.t Teeth, llralthy fJutns, nnd a awcel breath
end for our TUItKI.-II ur.MBIFICB, price, 4
If You Want
A f ur i'ure for lieu neUe, (VUrrh, DeafncM, or bu i
wng 'u ilio ori, en.l for our SrKllNUTATOllT
Prteo 33 centn.
us. Bitlier of the bT Mt poat-p-UJ on receipt
r.A-U,f,uik.K. Uvkiv, 411 Markit .treit, St
Iii. ilo. or? lyitaw
A Itare Collection. Itotvlninl'N ltrcrlif.
Mafic Art', IH"Worrl, etc., rntnprHIng rnluabte
lnfrmatiB fr er)lKHly. rient by mail, (free of
piiUfel f.r M t i.lt.
Ad lrr.a H. R. NM A.M'V, .V1 Market ftiett, t.
Iu, M. rc'Zt davtly
(if ii. irly one ImtKlre l reeeipi. fur inWln brandy
all I. 'ii !. ut Win, (tin, Ale, lleer. Cordial., Supennr
Cel. r, mi-1 much other uatful InforiMtion for there
delinK mor inanufaoturinii; any of th nhove, eliher
firthv traJr or !iomui.
nt l y mad, free of poataj, lar tvelit. Addr"
It. K. MJIIMNIV, t Marttel tret, ft. I.oul, Mo.
te;7 It .taw
.Vetv .tlnrrliKc .ulile.
AN SAY I'OIt YOL'.NO MRN, on Phyalologluil
Krrorn, Al.u.enand Dla, inoldoiit to Toiith and
Knr!y Miinh.xi.l.wbi. h create Impediment to MAH
KIAiif:, Willi Hire means of relitf. Went in aenled let
ter enrelope, free f.f chargn. Addrwa, Dr. 8, fiKlL.
LIN Ilnl'iillTON, Howard Afaociotion, Phlladel
LLINOLS CKNTHAL ItAILUOAD.
(hiickc.it Uotitc from the S uth
St. I,oil, l.nuLvlllf , Cincinnati, Chlrago,
.New VnrU, lJo.ton;
ALL J'OLXTS KAST AXD NORTH.
Paiterter tram trrlr at aud leava Cairo aa folia
AUI5IVK 31.10 A. .M 450 I.-l.
UKPAItT -wai A. .11 llOU 1. l.
liui.'i tra.li cu.iiect at CeiitridiAttitli Iraliifon lint
JVXnl x XjIxjlo.
At Pans, Pecatiir. Hlom'nKton, 11 Paso, I.a SaIU
Mrndota, Freejiort, (lalena, liubuque,
and all poinU in
tllliinu, Iowa, Mlimeiotn, Mlaaourl itHil
Ami with lme ruunlnt: nnd Wft for
St. Loiil, SitrlngfleW, Louisville, CIncI
uatl, IiulliiiiapolU and Columbus-,
And at Chle.iqo with Michlean Central, Michi
!-oulliirp, 'tnd Pitt.burt;, I'ort Wuyno and
Uhiciii;o ltailro.vU for
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I. HbT.Hirr.iler.eralr'iiperinti'uaent. ,
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A Ilanilanniu Inducement.
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ar hla Worka. Whilo the love of eountry owillnuci
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people. H truly patriotic find Ameriean iliroughout,
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IremerV dome-tir pietnrea f" Iiiiiny lovlu. taafti
allnrcrtho World .fur lik'lier lifelilii". w.ll drW llTO
old one Imek nnd altr.'t many nw "ii. to theim
mcmorl.UH." Ciiiu.niiiili I.hiiimk l.r..nice.
TIIK PILUIUM'S WAI.I.IIT; .r. r i of Trarrl
isathereil in j;niruni, I'rnnee. an." iiermany. ny
HiINtI Haven lu o tie Twlilinn ?.'.('.
"Hla tiletutea r. drawn ttHli :i nniinii I neorlotM
hand. Hla ile.Tiliti..tl ( London u wv'i.l" rfully Yivi 1
nndejonr ami the .inly ome rememl.i "tr in hva
ra-l ttliwli pl "'" liiH"i ii"""i. " in i e vi'Tiui
fwattireao! the nr-lern lVib)liin."-P'r,l in. I Pros.1.
TllKOPKN POI.AKSI'.V. lly Dr. 1.1. Have. In one
Tdllime, It.'" I .ur e.l.tloil, 8I...1.
"Tlin volume Kevery'hlllK tlltteould oe ieaireI ill
ret pect of mi Imtin nl en-i utinn, Tt lUuHrnlion,
which mo til utter akM. lMM or diaoriptmn. l.y l'r.
Haye-i, Imtt! nni.l I tlontLshiriii tlirowi ar..un.l thorn
bv tho penciit "f I 'a If V, White, and I enn, and ato,
vfithouleiepptH.il, i.piiitiHl and tilt . Tin tnrvpa
enable tho rviidei tn wllmr tlicura of the eiiinll
tlon with eue, and a regmla tyii.rtihr. it netd
only t aaid tbat vobinio mm printed ut tlu Illnrild
MIL", f 'A t' l I. K'- CP H T A I N I.KCrrKP.-'. Ilyllnuj;.
In. Jcrnl.l. With illutr iti.n. i.2".
PICCIOI.A. Uy X. ll.Atintin. ItionoTolume.bo.nl.
tifully lllu'tmted. 5l.ti.
"Thla leiineof tlm few inixlern U e wliwiii hav
Attained n ! r.-puutlnn. I.ik-i 'Paul an I ir
Klnln," and 'Bliti'lh, cr tho lixde. ..f Mil-p".' 'Pin
ctol.V la regirde.l an k t.wk Uikeep, not merely to
read nml throw aexle; iu t) le and wiiliment i-omLiiio
to Kite It pr nn ill-lit liter y value; it i. a rmuwhnld,
litimnn iMMik. ppeal MUlliiolilieHba,T,- .
tint felim; IlLtvwi Ttlii tr
JIliTOItr oy KM. I .sT'"Il I...rl M.i -ul. y. Su.
dcnt'it fXiti'i. iiir.trtiilimipa. . $.'.
now to ritot i ki. an v or tiii: ahovu
'ltliiit l.i imp of .Money.
Tho Pul.lirl."!- .1 tl.. il i u! '.!h .lU" "1 h
Itlterlde Mairarlne f..r Y" mir l,eop!e, an ll.ii-'r.tfi'.l
MoMldy, !.'. i ' .i. bu uK 'ur iU i.u n r
Hun. (TirHtiin t:iior-.n, the t:.nl . m.n. nl 'i
wrimi fur the young. Tl r '! AI.LtiVY U.N'K I'Ol.
I.Mt'S WORTH lN TIIRIK IVmiK to every -i..
M-HillngUiennme ..f an.'W -iiiwriliet llh i-a-li.
Thua, hy a liti1'' afxtr, any mir d provide h.n.-.i
uithnelmii II n..f hf-(t.
cu e:!) a H(Mi:c;3rro,
netd.lv.aw New .rW.
AIHO BliOO.M .MANITFACTOKY.
w. rM'KKi: is imorinnt,
Huvinc i rf.
I ti.. ir .111.111J. iiu ut fur the ii '. i
ture ni llrn.tiiiH in Una
iiv, are n repre.i tn
order at a
Aath Min" l'lbl reof t'lOJlMai'tnli purelm . .' t
nrdrra left at the u.ru of iU I). Wilimniaon, w '''
Levee, or.it tha
.Mitnurui'torv. l.'iittrtcoiilli Ktrect, between
Untniil mill Ofdnr,
WJII be promptly attended U.
Orders by mail alioiild a Idr . d tn
W. P. M'KKKAIHIO.. .
V, . ltux -151.
geptttf Oturo, IWusJlt
tAIRO CITY HOOK IJINDKKY.
Boolt - ZOija-cloi", ritilor
II lank Book Mniiiiriit'tiiior,
No. 73 Ohio Ji:vi;K, CAIllO, ILLINOIS
'-'tf , i-h---
t-tate of lllinoit. Alexander County, m. Alexander
County Circuit I'.nut.
Iu tlm Matter of Arthur liotlo)
i Ctnist.iiiluT It. Claiknnd V-Mevhanhi's
il.ltld Hl.tU'M.I. J
Public noti.-e ia hereby given, tbt lu purauanco 1'
nn orJer, judgii.t-nt aud dt ree entered uillm itU'tit
elitilled enine, u th eotirt of ( imiion PJw.
olty of Cairo, on the filth day ef June, A. It. U07. and
in purtuaneo ofnfurlher onler enienl in tlu aboto
entitledcatitelnaald ciriMiitioiirt of Alejaii.ler loun
ty.onthoaeventh day of (. tol.er. l-i, l.John t. 1U
man Miuter in thiimery hiraiud eireinl eourl, vrill.cn
tho ISth ,tav of .Votemlier A. I. IM: nt a o'clock .n
tho iiftern'innof aaldd iy. e.-ll ut public auction to tho
hlahet bidder, fiirejnli.at thedoor of tho enurt Hoi'fi
in tho oitr i Cirn, m wd county, the follow Iuk
deicribed l fil ck'atc, fitu it.' in the county of Alexan
der and tliaio of Illinois, lo-tilt; Lot numbered f.nn
iri'MlMiini lot i. ii 'UiUred i.(ii)lll the eitv of Cult'
in aaidt'minty mid ritat.-, together. Willi all and 'i)i
' i..r tlm ii.n.iinenU nn.l htM.ulitaniei.ta thcreuntu Ih.'
'"" JOHN Q, HA II MAN,
.Master in llunec t
Cnlro, Illinois, October, l. A 1- lew.
Allen, Wcbbnudllutler, PlirAttoriiejs.
1 ' nn im
Nuratogti mid IUho J.lolt Wntor.
"Ai clew and lively na when drank nt thoHpr'nps
The vlrluca of lhee Hiiti lahiito been nnd aro Ivmt
tested lothoErcnl bouetitand atiafaction of many ol
iHircitiwin. A dealt out nt the enunler of ISnrclnj
llrotkers.they mo aluaja cool undrelrethlug. tiara
toaa, nftecn ticket" fr ono dollar! aeven ticket fir
tifty cents. Illuo l.ick twenty glasses for onado ar,
Pnuttd t Ihe ofnae ol tho Ca'roBu'letl ,