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JOHN II. OHKllLY CO.
U. n. IIAIUIKM., AB80CIATK bDITOR.
FRIDAY, KOVBMllBK 6 18&.
Angostura Hitter', V. II. Bchuttor.
fjolo agent, Calm, Illinois. 00 li") 2m
First clnss day board ut Wttlker Ac His
n'a restaurant, nt S5 per week, tf
Jlovm nl ttlli.
A full supply at IUcIIj-'h, and going off
l actual cost. tf
There In h bookkeeping teacher In tlio
Hy. Arrived yenterday.
Corn, now ear, In helling from wagons
fti from fiO In Cfi cents.
There wan not one cnnflngratlon In this
lty during Inst month. Rather wdnder-
Two Inebriated fellowtj tcro ajregted
fcy the. police last night, mid pnlihposed.
The weather was rather pleasant? 'and
Iho " force" vigilant.
1 The rubbish, left by the lato oon flngr
Hon on Washington avenue, noar Eight
trcct, 1m being renewed. Tho rtiltu of
Iho American houo, ijliould bo ebullfthod.
They havo any thing but a comelynp
pearauce. The Board of Aldermen met night,
and allowed the haluried bllla. r Joren
en's ordinance to allow butchers to tell
Boat olitMde tho market hduso 'by 'pay.
log merchant's license, ten dollars per
year, was voted down. Choap meat,
Jluslnefifl, In thli city,. i Improving
There In a disposition In some quarters to
tomplaln, hut Ulna fact tliHtmoro and
healthier huluc'.i i being dono at
this llmo than wan dono lait year, at
this season, or during thenar before.
The complaluers donot advertise. They
"Workmen arc ifitlUKiMuvel on
Cairo and IJIaTmvfriToitd, Klght
teams and ten men constitute thu force.
If tho weather continues good for ten
4ays the work will be completed, and
Weahall havo a lino road ready for tho
10 of our Ballard county friends. Dirt
nd gravel rokds aro u dhlderatum to
Cairo at this time. 8lic caunot afford to
wait for her rallroad-i, aud will need the
ther roads any how.
Mr. W. J TTudd, of thu tirm of T. J
Budd A Cos., contrntnrs on tho Little
Bock and Ft. Hmlili railroad, who has
teen In the city several days, sayi he
Iws information whoh leads him to be
lleve that the Cairo and Fulton road will
ft built within a very fow yearn that
work will commenco in a lfhr time.
Mr. Hudd Is a man who generally has
fond ground for any amnion he my
Mr. Tlioraas Allen, president of the
Iron Mountain railroad ha been absent
from homo several months. Hn wa ex
pected at fit. Louis yesterday. After he
gets settled down again, and the dust
brushed from bis clothes and washed out
of his eves, tntybo ho will riy (nine
thing to Cairo about the proportion he
made and the city accepted. Some men
are to forgetful, and other men don't
want to remember what It Is their wish
Two soholars were flogged In the public
school, Inst month; one by Mr. Sago
and tho other by Miss KeUey. In the
same month then were forty-eight visit
ors to the High School, live to Ml its
Hatehu's, Mx to Mr. Suge'i, eleven to
llNs Go-s's, one to Miss Heche's, live to
Htm M. HawklnV, three to Miss D.
Iluwklu'n, one to MUs Slmond's and
twenty-fceven to Miss KeUey's. No
rcholard were tardy In tho High Hchool
or Mrs. Hugo's room.
What's thu mutter with tho police?
Hinco they received an Increase of alary
the chain gang Iiiim dwindhd Into
nothing. Mike Mnhony, the wntcher of
the workers for tho city, U unnderlng
about tho city purposeles", waiting until
the police Bubble for him m mo htulwart
bummer. Thero Is much work tp do,
nud no unfortunates to dolt with. Thh
couditlonotairairs must not bo allowed to
longer continue, and tho p'llhtit miMt
wako up and go for ordlumu'M I -eakers
who havo 110 money.
Ono of the butchers who do biiHlncm
In the market house met with an acol
dent Instnlght, which might havo had
serious results, lie, wlttt a boy, was
driving In hU spring vagon, at n spank
ing pace, along Washington avenue, and
when ho got opposite tho custom house,
over went tho wagon, and out ho and tho
boy rollcd.Tho horse stopped suddenly,
stood atill a moment, then made a
print forward, toro oil tho abaft and
juietly laid down. Tho butcher picked
himself up, and was plensed to find him
Alderman John P. Gibson proposes to
leavo tho city eomo time next week for
tho Little Rock and Fort Rmlth railroad
Jlo will aot as superintendent for W. J.
Hiidd A Co., contractu, and will be uo
ent from tho city probably a year. Mr.
aihson Is familiar with tho country
through which the road runs, having
been over It many times, traveling from
Fort Smith to Llttlo Rock and buck.
Wo don't know how svo bhull bo ublo to
get on In tho Council without Gibson.
He givos to tho Board of Alderman
nil its spice, and has tho happy fioulty
of making municipal all'airs very ' funny
and interesting. May tho ohllls spare,
ami tlmo glvo htm back to uh again
Fountain F. Albright, Esq., Is In CM
cago, under treatment of an oculist.
now in Chicago.
Thero ia a demand tor ft sewer through
the levee, below the fc. Charlee hotel. J
The, Fourth Ward is ably represented
in the Board of AMerman by Carroll and
Kennedy; but Branklel
There la a dangerous place In the
street opposite the custom house, which
hould be repaired without delay.
Thero will bo a hop at tho St. Charles
to-night, under tho auspices of a select
party of young gentlemen, who are fond
of the amusement of dancing.
Ercrythlng that can bo found in any
dry goods house in tho city, can bo se
cured at P. Blclly'a at cost price or less,
aa he ia determined to close out. tf.
Mr. Richard J. Mugfnnls, justico of
the peace elect, bears his blushing hon
ors with becoming modesty, and con
tinues to drive nails Into dilapidated
aidowalLs with his usual ability.
Our information in regard to the loss
of Mrs. Wellman, on tho HUmowall, was
incorrect. Hho la In St. Louis, hearty
andaa full of life aa ever. This fact will
b gratifying nows to her friends.
Thero is a rumor In the city that Dodge,
Lord it Co., contractor on tho Cairo &
Vluceunos railroad, havo given notice
to tlielr creditors .to present bills for pay
A lamp post Is to bo crtctjd in front of
thu Hibernian fire company's house ;and
a crossing put down over Commercial
avenue, Twelfth street, forho accommo
dation of the customers of Mr. John
Messrs. W. J. Budd & Co. want three
thousand laborers tWtho Initio lkt
nALiFiiBSlh Al!wVa!.v 5no4"E
VonJson huweuj fTl flrisltysLwl'"t HtvaAt, aAw
tnpja6wrwui ruTfllsli tr
knows the countiy, nud recommends It
as healthy; and will accompany the
men to tho Held of operations.
The Phrcnlx brass bund, tho members
of which are from among our best col
ored citizens, complimented us with a
serenade last night. The 'band was or
ganized only a few weeka ago, and all
the members - arc new beglnucra with
horn instruments; but tho music pro
duced Is good, and wu doubt not practice
will make tho Phoenix a most excellent
John Bheehan, who started about a
Tcek ago with a squad of men for the
Llttlo Rook and Ft. rimith railroad, in
Arkansas, returned to the city yesterday,
dlscouragedid alon t Memphis his
men bvcame restless, and ono by one
bfele htm an affectionate farewell
Memphis wbUky was too good to leave,
and so tho men left Bheehan. He waa
discouraged, and returned to Cairo to
mako a now start.
This poor city has been sadly fleeced
In the past. The investigating commit
tco (when will they gel through their
labor?) have discovered evidences of
corruption that will astonish the tax
payers. Besides this, it is now a well
established fact, counterfeit scrip has
been put Into circulation. Wo have teeti
an order of tho denomination of 5167
which is evidently bogus. How much of
this work has been done? Tho matter
requires a thorough Investigation &nd
the commltteo should be diligent at
their work. Let the truth be told, nnd
let the people know how uud by whom
they have been robbed.
Vt-o Knder's Chill Cure. "It never
Henry Woods, pilot 011 tho "Sam
Brown," was arrested lust night, obout
eleven o'clock by a person who said ho
wao pollecemati; was tukvii to within
abnut a block (if tho calaboose, when tho
bogus oflleer proposed that If Woods
would put into his hand what money he
had about his person, liu would not lock
hi in up. Woods told thu rascal ho had
no money, hut would give hfm his over
cout, worth forty dollar; ami a bargain
wiin made. Just as ho drew oil' his coat,
the Iioih ofllcor grasped It, and struck
hlma violent blow on thu head, which
felled hi 111 to tho ground, and then ran
oil'. This morning Wood procured thu
Kcrvleesnfau ollieer.who is 011 thu truck of
tho rufcally t-couudrcl. We huve no
doubt ho will apprehend tho guilty party.
Knder'a Btomach Hitter!.'. "Tno best
There Is ono preclnoi in Alexander
county, In which tho demociata, almost
to u man, stuml truu to the organization,
al way turn out on eleitlloii dxy, and are
swift to raino their voice and ballot
agaiiiht a recreant from their own par
ty as ngaiutt a radical of tho deepest dye
and otrnugest odor. Goe Island never
falters In its alleglaucu to the democratic
party. It stands llnn on all occiinlouu
It was uotevt'ii seduced by the winning
ways of Mr John Hodges, and in a prop
er way rceculcd the political unfaith
fulness of Mr John Hogan uud Mr Se
vern Marchlhlnii, ThudcmocrutHnf that
precinct merit uomuiciidiitioii, They aru
cut it tud to pruNe; and not any of them
to more than that slci ling pillar of thu
party, Mr M I) Gunter. Mo Is always
ucllvej til way faithful; alwnyn prompt
to meet attacks whh proper vigor; and
in every respt ct Is a model eeiitleinun.
Formally fahloiiablu oolhiug go to
Miller and' Miller's. tf
Pari! Fun! Fnrtl
If you waut to buy furs cheaper than
ttintr wapaivaaSa.aJ ! f..l will toll
at P. Rielly'.. He baa a good nasort-
ment. which he will sell very low. tf
Attention Mr Knights.
gular cpnclavo of Cairo com
er No. 13 Knight Templar
d rtt the City of Cairo this Frl
1(5 t 7i o'clock sharp. All so
journing Sir Knights aro courteously in
J. S. Rkarden, Recorder pro (cm.
Not. 6th 1869.
The Iter. Mr. Vogel, of Du Quoin, la in
our city and has been giving Biblical
lectures at the Christian Church, on 18th
street for two. evenings past. Ho will
continue his course of lecturos tho rest of
this, week, and win preaoti on Sunday
oathe following subjects: 10:30 a.m.
Trie Atonement; 715 p. m,. Baptism
Itl Subjects', Object, and Design .
Walker Hlsson's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant ia tho center of attraction for
strangers and others who would strength
eu the Inner man with fresh oysters,
atewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, llah or uuy other luxuri
ous or substantial edlblojor pass an hour
with the "cue" iu tho largest nnd best
billiard hall In tho city. tf
- 1 ' ' '1 ,1t
Wlinl'i (ho Vnt.
What's tlw uso of 11 life of want'and
drudgery when by, tho liivcstmeutof Ave
dollars in the great Henderson laud dis
tribution you may draw a prize worth
$150,000, that will furnish you for all time
an annual incomo of from $5,000 to
10,0ip? W. J. Budd, of tho Cairo City
Wllarfboat is the agout for Cairo. Tho
drawing takes place on tho Sth day"
Parhons, Davis nnd company havo for
aalp Hill and company's pul verged Jkjs-
tol bIek Jjor j(courUg
Messrs P. D. and company, also
sell tho electro plate. It works liku a
charm, and Is superior to anything In uso.
Wo have tried It, and have no hesitation
In recommending it to all our readers.
The wharf presented n sight this
morning that told a convincing atory of
the importance of Cairo to the commerce
of the Mississippi valley. Tho wharf
boats were crowded with Hour and mer
chandise that will not admit of exposure,
while the shore, Jtr bcveral hundred
yards, waa lined wltli agricultural lm
pllmeuts, carriage; wagons, coops of
chickens antl turkeyscnough apparent
ly, to load ono of tho largest ateamsrs
afloat. All Ms was tho accumulation of
a day and a night.
If any body la right tub that there Is no
business golug ou In Cairo, wo ask that
individual to wateh our wharf a ainglo
day. If what ho ecea doem't dissipate
his delusion, we will give him over as
Incorrigible, or aa one of the chronic
croakers that infest and cureo other
citlea hi'sldea Cairo.
SPECIAL MECTilffT'oFinK IJO.UtB OF
CIm III, Nor. Uh, loK.
Present, Alderman Uranklc, (iitison,
Kennedy, Ixhr, Lonergau, McKee,
Thu chairman bt lug absent on motion
Alderman McKeo took the chulr.
Tho Commltteo on Cluims, to whom
was roferred tho following bills, reported
tho samo buck, recommending thatthey
bo allowed. On motion thu report was
received and the recommendations con
curred iu, by the following vote viz.
Ayes Brankle, Kouuedy, Lohr, Lon
ergau, McKee,- 6.
Alderman Glbsou, Mendel, and Tlieo-
bold, excused from voting
Hill of Patrick Swrny, for luuling crrlon
1 1 rk' MHon 1 iA
mil of C 11 Woo. want for liuntxr 21 15
" K.-tvi X Munn, fr 1'iitt-rn. 'O
" Ctrl I, Ttoni.i, fur hUi .to aw 16
ji. p.ivcruroig, lor iuihik mi rwij.i
Hill of llardHT llroilirit, fur iii..i.'iiif. Xv
U It Clurk, far rent. May 1 Mtiii. I,
t5o : :
Ilill cf (kiro City lias fo., U.t ii,'H I
Ilill-i of J.nii'!t S Krnnlrn, Ii WhImhi W-. Ii,
kiiiI C Wmttun. f.ir ihoir fx n in Kro
koU Cuiniucrotul Cuuvki.twu M clU;4ls,
ra-li t I'i3i
11,11 uf N l.mtoD, iioto Molt le.il'-ts IS0
" K.Uto ul A n Wliuuker, If. nwKil.fiif
The Commltteu on t'lalms lurther re
commend, that tho bill of It. Kmyth it
Co., for nails, etc , furnished fon-iduwnlk
purpoietf, be referred to the titieet Com
mittee, uud that thu bill of thu Arab Flro
Company bo roferred to tho Flnauuo
Committee, as In thelniplulon Ordlnauco
No. 83 requires. Also, that thu bill of
C. P Fwlok bo referred to thu City
Tho report was received and tho re
commendations concurred in.
The following bill fur buhirlca ofofllnors
and hi reel laborers, and for other con
tract, were presented anil read; and on
motion allowed by thu following vote:
Avot Uranklc, (Jlhon. KeuiiiMly,
Ijolfr, l.ouerjjiiu, MoKee, .Mendel, Tlieo-bulil-8.
Hill of A. Ojln MarUt Mastvr, ttulury for Oo-
t.ilM'r J83 81
11.11 uf.l lin llr.. n, oily ClvrU, s.ilary fur Oo.
Mior P inooo
liillm U. tfiuinity, l.ny forOoiulxr to
" ,N. A. lJutora. foinimn of rtldpwulk.
IhIjohth - 'HO ft)
DIM f II J McU nn , fa rniHii of rliitllc
!'irPH , 310' 75
lliliofJotiuHlii'Wiun, ..r luborcri on utrreti,
Im-lil I'll'.' iin own "NKes V4H 12
St It I l T'iiiii'ih Mei'limi, imni m ovtiilk
91.11 in M tftitiniiut Lilmritif. nil .4. m.t4
" M ' imil'rlulii Oily Marn.ul, nulary fur
II, Ii of Win M-llulr.jH'tlng iirmoiuir In O. to-
Ilill tl Jo'. ii II OIa'iIj. lor i'Xcni-nnr l.nuU-
llllf I) liitf.V.dll
Itlll nf (1 It V.'iiM.'uuril. Iur hi.KW.iI!; I miiLor
1(10 01 I
TliSm: tlri'li.iii, hiiiilini! fori-lly am
711 13 I
till of J'.liu I' I'usiii f.r juiiuini; in lull Iu
Olio'. , I 131 13
Hill in W'u M.'ll.lf. wrk.iiK li.ui i mg ... m ai
" r 'o I'Vjivo fr 'oioiic r un Vi
" T jinr t'.inmn'i cons I'crm ion ur
!gt II, I'.loo 4, til). - 4) to
A number of bills were then presented
and referred to thoCommltteeon Claims,
under tho rule.
A petition from property owners In
vicinity of Twelfth street and Cora
cibi avenue, was presented and r
praying that tho city hare conatrn
a crossing ou the northwest aid
Twelfth atreet, on Commercial avenue.
A motion to grant the prayer of the pe
titioner waa carried by the following
Ayes Brankle, Gibson, Kennedy,
Lohr, Loncrg&n, McKee, Mendell, Theo
bald 8. '
A petition from Jos. Lehmcs repres
enting, that, on tho 1st day of March
last, he obtained a merchants' license
for ten dollars, and that said license waa
only used nbout ono week, as he was
compelled to close his business, and
praying that he be now allowed to take
out a dray license for the unexpired
time by paying tho difference, if any, to
Prayer granted, by tho following tote
Ayes Hrankle, Gibson, Kennedy,
Lohr. Lonergan,. McKee, Mepdel, 7.
Theobold excused from voting.
'An ordinance, (adopted by tlio uolect
Council,) upon a .first reading in thja
Board In relation to the aalary jt the
Comprollcr and AMcssor, was laid over
for a second reading. Also an ordinance
upon tho first reading, In relation to he
salary of the present Jailor; laid ovsr
for cecoud reading And an ordinance
iu rcl&tion to tho aatoof fresh meats
etc. in tho city of Cairo, was read, nnd on
motion of Alderman 'Mendel, the ordin
ance was laid upon tho tablo.
By Alderman Gibson.
Resolved, by the Board of Aldermen,
the feclect Council concurring, that, when
tho pg-isoijempjuyed to.wateh the atreet
panTroiifV thom-ltyjjiul. la not engaged
nt' tit lit ii'firL Tin k. Ii a 1 1 ha ArntitAtfniT (
JtfU-(Jrghort for ,ne c!,V( wt,ch ho
may be directed to do by the Mayor or
By Alderman Gibson:
Whkheas.ic cltlrera nf tlio first
ward, are very much annoyed and in
jured, by "a "bond or slough, known aa
Therefore. Be It resolved by the Board
of Aldermen, (tho select Council Con
curring) ' that the ordinance commltteo,
Ih hereby mMiuokd to draft an or
dinance, authorizing the construction
of a sewer, nt tme suitable point below
the S't Chnrlcii Hotel, to drain the afore
said lake, Into Uie Ohio River.
By Alderman Kennedy:
Resolved, by tirtj Board of jlldermen,
the Select Council' concurring! at thero
shall be a gus lamp erected 'nt front of
thu Hibernian Frro Compeny's house
across Commercial avenue, oik the north
side of lilth Ktreel, Mmllar tome onn in
f.tintof the Rough and Ready Fire Com
pany atthe expenses of tho City of Cairo
Aiijourned until Friday, November 5,
1869, al 7J o'clock p.m.
John Rkowx, City Clerk.
( Fr Mir. m
Hnue near cor. Washington Avenue,
and Seventh street. Price $300.
iw Apply to P. H. Topic.
The bestassortmeut of striotly fashion
able huts ever opened In Cairo, havo
Just been received by Miller. A Miller, tf
Shell outers, game, etc, can always
tie secured at Walker fe Hlsson's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
P. Rielly has n largo stock of hats,
which will he sold at New York wholo
salo prices. tf .
iltixiiK'M llniitc r.irltriit.
That eligibly f-ltimted business house
No. S Thornton's block, Tenth strcot, is
for rent. Apply on tho premisca.
P. Rielly has an excellent supply of
stnplo dry goods, embracing sheetings,
shirtings, brown and bleached muslins,
Jeans, liuseys, flannels, prints, dress
goods, etc., and Is selling them at actual
cost prices, n parties who havo mado
purchases there can tostify. tf
Saw .Mill for Nftlr.
A doublo circular tiaw Mill, also ono
sett of coin burrs, lath machine, five
yoke of oxen, threo log wagons, with
chains, all in complete order.
For further particulars apply to Ww
F. Pllehur, Cairo, or to J. F. Stiver, at
tho Mill, Mounds Junction, Pulaski Co.,
IllluoU. jiov 2 2w"
Gentlemen's collars tho Albany mako
unexcelled In stylo and general gut up.
An Immcuto&tnck at Miller anil Miller's.
Tlio dry goods establishment of Mr.
Louis Blum, has been removed from his
old stand to tho building next doo, to tho
corner of CommerclalAvonuo andElglith
stieel, formerly occupied by Mr. M. Hu
len. Will bo opeued Saturday morning,
tho 50th lust. oo 28 dGt
Tito I'nriflo looking NIotc.
Bccauso it Is the more durable, burns
less wood, bakes hotter, and ia cheaper
than all other cnokingatovos, the Pacific
titovo is the favorite in all families
where it has boon tried. It has no su
periors and acknowledges no equals. A
few days trial will satisfy uuybody that
it Is the bust cooking atuvoover made.
Any &Uo desired can bo had at C, W.
Henderson's Commercial Avenue, third
door below Twelfth afreet. nov.6d lm
Tho weather Is 'again olear and con
Tho rlvur has fallen aevoral inches,
but as gouio fellow knocked out tho rail
which we had font mark on tho hull of
tho wharfboat, wo cannot exactly tell
the number. ' , ,
Business continues good.El
The MlBsslsslppI and Misniurl continue
falling, and only eight feet of wutur tan
now be found to St Louis.
The Ohio Is fllllng slowly at Pitts
burg, with ,11 Inches watt r In tho oh.ni-
nal. It la rising a very llttlo nt Lonla-
villo but falling nt Cincinnati, with three
feet eleven Inches In thu canal.
First clnsa day board can bo
secured at Walker and 81 i-onM for
5 per week. The bill of (arc con-sMs of
of tbo beat In tho market, served by ex
pert caterers in un unexceptionable style.
E W AD V E UT IS EM EN'lS.
ORTG AO B SALE.
' Where), Charlex Tlirupp, and Nurrict M. flr pp,
hln wlf. Iiy tlio.rilp m..rt;l',. lUtc.l ih.- tj,,i. ith
tiny of April, A ii. lO'CJ, nml rooorclp.1 In ttm Km arJ
rt t Ofllco of Alojcnn ler county, Jlllnolf. .ill.l coiiTcj
to the unilernKtirrl, Caroline Itlll, tho fullr-wing
ilewrlbfld rtil ritato, uat In llin -.' uf r n, m
aid county of Alrtnndr nml SIAto ofltllnoh, f- vrlti
liOl nurntwrt-.l elhl l.l lil.uk uuint-crcil t. uly
two (23), m Uic Minn npnrttr nnd Ii knoitp nnd
dcilgnntci) onllm rt.oi'dKl mnpor iilatuf pulil M'y of
(Mro,. comity nnd tAtoiif.irrnild, fo .ream Iho pay
mem of crrtAin promlnry nntc. elren by -ant
ChftiIfTliriipp to mid (.'a col, pa liip. for i Mini of
seven hundrril aa I oi?hty-ncven (lollarn in I'tlfly
ernti, dated April 13, iMin, unl paynhln ait rn '.th
after .Iho dnt llmifof, with ten per rent. WriM
from dlto until irt d And nlmre.n, default v I), en
Dikdn in the juyment of .mid notp. I, the '-tor-algned,
to wliotn a 'I aale iol,ttwo turn iur. .. , Ut
Tlrtuo of the term, and p OTilon of tlin mm will,
on Monday thn .Stl( dy of m.u'iiiIut, A. I 1"'i1nl
in. o'clock, A. it. of Ui tlay, umler nnd by " of
the power of Me onnln nel In lil wile mortfif , fell
at piihllc auction, to the hlih-t bidder for '.',!
the front door of thu Coiut llouie, In '. nf
Cairo, In the ennnly f Alnonder. and Hlo e nf .
nol, the preimrc! in eid onl inoricarP ue"! bed,
lo wit, lot niiinU'ied eijrlit imk In irjni'k mmi! od
twenty-two flW), In lh ir nf ("nlro, llllnnl., I II tn
appurtenance, to utif) th- puixe4nud .nti'tir
of a&M axle Mi'.rtKive.
Cairo, III., .N'oteml.er . I
Allen, Webb k Mutter, Attorney for llottgio. H
Tho partnernhip letHeen Iho uniler-ljpieil i (hi
day dladrrd by nintual oonont, Win. V. Pit her
retlrlns from the firm.
All cmlmt nc 'lnntand dim th Arm will be aottlwt Xij
Wm. Henry, dr.
Cro, III., Nu. 1, 1W. V. V I'lTflt KK.
w. iiKNnr. ,
Tlinnkfiil lo tnyrrienJa fur their liberal ptr. nip.
herelnforo bet.l, would ilelre i eontin""iir. tj
i it y former pjitnur.
W. F. Pin her.
$ $ $ 3
TOTIIB VO!!KI.No CMSJf.-Wo nro mm pre
pared to flirntth hII claiei villi ntnnt ti;.iy
ment nt home. Iho wVnla of the t.m or fuf Ih- -pire
momenta. Iluilnei new llht nnd prnfitalde. l'er
aoni of either aex eailly entn from SO.', to ' ptr
eteolng, and a proportional turn by devoting inmr
whole time to tho bltlnen. Uajn and g.i- i .ro
nearly aa much m men. Thulitll who a hi
notlco may aend thtir addrei, and tent the nl
nej, we make thia unpirtlled oiler: To aneli m art
not well fatiificd, wc-Mill aend 31 to pay forth
(rouble nf writing. Knll iart!cuhri, a raluiblr am
pie, which will do to comtnencf work on, and n opi
of 'The'l'eoplc'a Mtcrary Ccrapacjon' ono of the
target! ami ttt family ncwupspera oblihc. -al
aenlfreo by mll. Keader, If you w.int prrnnenl,
prontable worlc, addren K. 0. AM. K.N' A CO.,
Aerira, Mam. not t iUmjia
Sly the Mrtrrtiiolllnti Gift Co.
CASH GIFTS TO THE AMOUNT OF $500,000
kvekv Tjcicirr m:wn a :'tii.ix
flduhOlfte, j.ftcli aw,uw I 0Ce.fiOlft,e. d l,"t
10 ' ;ih.o ,
" " i.tl0 ii .. J(
to Ktegant Itinoo.l Pniutu . rschf. . iJ.'.O
73 " MeloJeoa T' t "OC
Vi.l.ewmn M. Iiinm " w tj 1.1
HX) Oi.l.l Wati'lifi 71 ' )
Oa-h t'ritca.Mihi r Ware, ia,, lueJ at Sl.i.ti),
A chnnco tu ilruw iny of (he nhoe Pri"-f i
Ticket- ile. ril.in I'r.ae- are eale. Iu enreb r 1 d
well imxrd. tin rh oipt of 11'. a .-ln 'I', k. t te
druwu without t h. t mid wm by mall to mi., nd
dri'. The pr ai-itfint-d Nin U wi.lbe tied... I to
the ticket hoi i A p.)Uirttt ofOuu lM.i. ,
aro Immedlatel) ttiit to -ny A.tlretr expi ur
You will Illicit Httulyoui I'r u ia Wforr you p y feu
II. Any I'rw lnnfd f..r anoilier of n,
No Manka. Uur ptriiimau .I. u. un fair ' na,
lltrrarCM Wi olv.t the f .l,.iui Iti m j
Mho hivo Intel) .ir.mn Valuable riv- an t k llj
permlttl u ! piiblmh them: Andrew J l
riiiiago, Ji,U) ; M . (Iam8. W Iker. Ili.l'
rmnn. sw; Jiiine- m. !mw; liei'.iit. .vi
T. Andrr. (vti.'iumii, $A, nn;,a Ane .-Chntlri-ton,
I' nun, 3i u". We publxh bo iv.i
out pcriiiLH 11.
OriNtoan or tin: l'af "The ilrm la r- l "
deere their -iiei-en "- Wekly 'rrlbtino. M .
' Wo know thiiilo U- u bir dmliAK Ilrm.'
lterild, la) -i. " friend of mirailrewa 1
Mlmdi wn pr-inplly reoiuvul." Iity 'M
hendforcir ..In. I. berat Indu i ineet-'
HtlfH'tion Knarnnteoli Ktreiy m kag-
Knvelopre c 1, h na r "M birr. u Ttck 1
ia for l.'i 23 f..r f. ln for Sir., ah letter
ldre.-d to tlAUlM.lt. WIl SO 4V C
oc 'it d A w at
UliT 'PI I IS JJBST.
nt'Y Ttu: uM.r ukxi ixk impkoni
0RI0DE GOLD WATCH
Man'tfaMiiivd by the
OROIDE WATCH CO,
They are all tbn tMwt nuke. Ili.nflnn Ci
chmc.li look I Mi'.tr,l.' die '.ild, uud ji
itpjtearaiieen. U i I nt 'u inll
Full Jew ile.l I,. rn, (i. utN and U
at yl.t riu-li.
oi ii txtriiM; i:vnt nuriM
DroHln (iold If .111 i.ul 'F'.ill J.wrlH I
t'cpul to 8 t..l.l AV i. hi-e, Regubiteda'
tved to keep -.,rrM't tune, an t rr antl 11
with Kxtra Kli. C.i e, mi 11 eni'h.
.o iiiom-y l rt lr.,1 I., mlvn
aend by Jtpre anvh. e HMntl (Jil
p4)i.blotoH,viitinil'l.v.n,uth ttiejulTitejC ,
mi. I oxntiiuui lM-fnre pnl mr, and If HOt
rrturiud, bv ji.tV iiK tho litpreaiK'hariie"!. (.
b aenl by intl 1- Ii. jisterc I Pi.liujje, pi.
A AliKNT l;M'lt FOUblX WATCHK"
AN KXTItA WATCH I'ltRR. MAKIVOHIX
WATCH KS FOIt w, OH bKVBN WA . fit 1
aho Ri.r.otsT 4iuoini: ant
GI!AI.Nlnflutei'i Hn most co.ily tj Itv, f. .
anil (Itntleuii 11, fr.nn pi ! ' hitliea long, i
10, nndt'ench, aentwith atelier ut wl;.te.' -Ktato
kind nod mtool Mutvh roUirtHl, and i.i..
THK onoiPK WATCH to
octlZdAwflw Hi Knllrn -tree I. X. V
"Ml'OUTAXT TO MH.LKnS AVT)
t'txil Commai-Nra. Oric )
flliriltrii, Oct. M. ! f
Tho Wider J' trrr I by (he tute on thi f
Wal-uatt rtver.a' N-w Hnven. r,illtlti eouuiy, v
Ivt (lenu'd) fur 11 term ol titty yearo to lb high.' 1
der, at uoun, .n the aoth d.iy of Nnfrm'wr t
the office of ('. (I. Conifer, Cm ml llpnoln. '
must bo aealed anil timrkoit "Hutu for Waier I' -andnd.lreiiacd
t'uroof (J. H. linger, Oerii ', v. '
coBdij, iiiinuie, -
bo liad on nptdirntion by mail or in per"', t.
Conger, Cnrnn, J t llindele, Chnogo, Joe. 1 t
Dixou, or V. Hi. Iiix, 8pnnjSeld.
On tho 1st Uuy of December, nt 10a.m.,
br II at am turn, .11 tho irfinipn ui N' w It n
cash, tho old iirinl null buildmie and all the m 'I
clunery therein AUo, i Urte lotnf aon.u. -
osk iimocranu pinux. ms'.' v V;'y
nov4wtw V. IlicKOX, ' '
ranlr rnm.N- 1
Tooth orudhea, ulioo bruthea, palntbruah. ,
brushts 0 ail kinaj, tit Harclay