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I'UIIMBJIKI) II Y JOHN II. OI1K11LY A CO.
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1809.
Angostura Bitter's, W. 11. fe'chuttcr.
Hole agent, Cairo, Illinois. ociI5 2m
First class day board atAVulker & fjls
ou'h restaurant, at 55 per Week. tf
For really fashlonablo clothing go to
Miller and Miller's. tf
Ender's rjtomach Hitters 1 "Ttio best
Tliotnas Sloo Is now in chargo of tbo
fitcam ferry loat.
- i I ;
Matthews Issues his Invaluable 'Price
Mr. Albright has returned from Chica
go, aafo a ad sound.
Thero was a slight alarm of lire given
by the Hibernians yesterday.
For the celebrated "Durham" smoking
tobacco or a good cigar, go to Hu trim's
One of the shanties on the Cairo and
VlnccnncJ railroad, between Cairo arid
Mound City, was destroyed by flro Ibis
. Bouton, sfthe Joriesboro 'Gazette,' and
Potter, of the Mound City 'Journal' were
both in the city yesterday. Wo met
them a few moments uftcr they left the
train. They wero both us sober as Judg
es. Bouton proposes to begin the publi
cation of thoMurphysboro.'Argus' again,
within a few daya.
Tho Rough and Heady lire company,
and tho Arabs, will not consent to throw
water with t .eir Httlo machines, against
tho Hibernians, for tbo horns. Tho
Arabs have their little fellow torn all to
pieces, repairing It; and the Houghs will
not bring out their Ilaby unless tho Lit
tle Arab will become a contestant also.
The Itough and Heady lire corapauy
have, bythtlr president, Mr. Beerjvart,
challenged the Arab company to a wa.
ter throwing contest tlio Houghs, with
their machine, "Ocean," to throw
agahuttho Aral, with thi-Ir steamer,
"Jack Winter." As a matter of course,
tho Arabs will accept tho challenge, aud
then lookout for fun.
The Hibernian flro company, "re
deemed, regenerated aud disenthralled,"
lively as a cricket, and spoiling for u flro
at which to show tho good people that
they are neither dead nor sleeping, but
the most active company in town, pro
pose to Indulgo in a private water-throwing
trial on Wednesday evening.
Tho editor of tho Frcdoricktown 'Boo'
OXPrea.iea the bolief that Alexnnil
ty might tret up a very successful fair, If
tho board of manager would oiler a lib
eral rt miiim for the man who can drink
tho nfoU "forty rod lly-klller." Tho
'Bo man doubtless thinks that tho out
side world wonld bo Invited to compe
tition, Gat, therefore, tho occasion would
furnish him a chance to guzzlo his full of
cheap whbky. Pretty sharp, Washing
ton, but It wont win.
There is a man named Pointer, or
Dexter, In Italian! county, Kentucky,
wlio occasionally goes in on his mutclu.
lie don't llko tho ferry company, and
lias a habit of coming down on Its em
ployes. Last summer ho frightened Copt,
b'ai.dtnky outraRtousIy by nourishing a
knife anil threatening him with Instan
tanec us death. Last Sunday, he and his
crowd, got upon the ferry boat nnd went
through a process of vlolonco and lntjni
Illation that was outrageous. The em
ployes of tho boat ought to be prepurod
for exigencies of this kind.
Use lender's Chill
Curo. "It never
Mr V N Swayue, who has in formar
times shared in Cairo's prosperity and
adveislty, having through ilery vl.iitl.
lions about as much of tin- latter as any
other mull, Inn, for a number of years,
been domiciled In the neighboring
railroad town of Pulaski. He In on the
point, however, ol again trying his for
Units In Cairo, and In furtht r uoo of
that iljectls shelving and countering
the I rick building on tho corner of
Commercial Avenuo and Klghteenth
street, intending to open therein a lirst
class .stock of family groceries. Wo
weleomu him back, aud hope that, ho
may recover tho thousands that have
been swept from him here by !ho "de
Some tlmo ago McKce, tho broom
manufacturer, made a shipment, of
brooms to JohnT. Moore it Co , New Or
leans. Wlillo tho brooms were In trim
Hitu, tho wholesale prices declined. In
stead of putting them upon tho maiket,
Messrs, Moore A Co. retailed them In
their own store, and gave MeKeo tho
benefit of tho retail price did this to aid
In building up a manufactory In Cairo,
nearer to Now Orleans than any other
broom market. Those of our ttiu; chants'
who buy their brooms away f--i.ru town
should learn a lcson from t he comluct
of Moore A Co. If our inuvhai.li liavo
not a great interest in bulldliiir im tliu
manufactory of MoKee, who m., dopll- '
oato any order from anywhere, In pilot- t
and quality, wo know noihlim about the
no cessltles of Cairo, which will never
prosper as it should until It bt-o -im-x a n
manufacturing center. ( '
Flirt! Ftiral Fnret
If you want to buy furs cheaper than
they woro over offered in Cairo, will call
at P. Rlelly'fl. Ho has a good assort
ment, which ho will sell very low. tf
A Fortune for 8U.
Don't forgot that on the 28th of Decem
ber, tho great Henderson drawing,
whereby several hundred thousand dol
lars worth of properly will bo distributed,
will tako place, and that a flvo dollar
ticket is sure to draw tbo capital prize,
worth $ir0,000. Nobody who Is acquaint
ed with tho management of tho cntcr
prize, can for a moment doubt its fairness.
Tickets can be had in this city, on ap
plication to W. I. Uudd, Cairo City
To be Commenced Immediately.
Wo learn that Colonel Mitchell presi
dent of tho Cairo and St. Louis railroad,
has roturned from New York, where ho
has been sojourning during a
period of several weeks, supplied with
the necessary means to coinmenco vig
orous operations on tho road; and
further, that ho proposes a commence
ment of the work at the earliest possible
moment. Wo do not know what the
expectations of tho people in this
behalf are, but wo feel qui to certain
that all reasonable anticipation! will be
realized. Col. Mltchcll isln a condition
to build tho road cheaper aud quicker
than any other party, and as nothing is
to bo gained by delay, wo may look
forward to an early commencement,
a vigorous prosecution and satisfactory
completion of the work ho has undertaken.
A C'lintleiiEo from I he 'ougli and
Tho Hough and Heady Flro Company
with their engine "Ocean" hereby chal
lenge tho Arab Fire Company with
their Bteamer, or the Hibernian Fire
Company with any t-ugino at their com
mand, to a water-throwing contest, to
tako place at such tlmo and under such
arrangements as may bo agreed upon.
Fo rpartlculars apply to
3t W. T. BEKUWARTJI.
In tho recent canvass, bogus tickets,
similar In appearat-co to the regular
democratic ticket, wcr circulated in tho
country precinct In tho luturetof Mr.
M.trchildon, independent candidate for
aMoclftte Justice, and Martin Brown, rad
leal candidate for county treasurer. The
name of tho former gentleman was
printed In the place of tho name of Mr.
Howlov, and Brown's name took tho
place of Mr, William Marling. In all
other respects tho ticket was a copy of
tho regular democratic ticket, rooster and
all. It Is scarcely probable that any con
Hlderablo number of voters wero taken
in by tho cheat, but it shows to wlmt
reprehensible means some men will re
sort to achlevo their alms. Tim tickets
wero printed In Cape Girardeau, and
wero asnoara factmillo of the genuino
as the material at hand there could' pro
KliTtlnn lu Alciuuiler Couutj-.aUU1cll
State of Illinois, Alexander County, ss.
I, Jacob (J. Lynch, clerk of the county
court In and for said county, do hereby
certify that the following is a correct ab
stract of the votes cast In the different
precincts in said county for the different
persons and oQIces set forth, nt nn elec
tion held in said county on tho 2d day
of November, 1S69.
J.con 0, Lynch.
Cairo, Nov. Cth, 1SC9.
Jahn lie It.
G W Bhert.,
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M i! LL
Jftoot. G Lynch.
John II 1'hlllla.,
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I Mi II M MrMn
U'- I-iuih I' llutlor.
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j Juliii M Lantilcn.
W-i I' M. I'lu tcM..
per im it at Win
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LI 111' i ILL
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LI HI 1 1 i
THE LOCATION OF CAIRO.
Iti Influence! on Hcnltli Kclcntlllcnlly
Wo subjoin a communication from O.
T. Allen, Medical Inspector of this post
in 1805, to tho Trustees of the Cairo City
Proporty. It considers tho healthfulness
of the location of Cairo in a scientific
manner, and wherever read, will dis
pel many erroneous impressions formed
regarding (he sanitary condition of our
MKDICAIi LVSl'FX'TOH'8 OiTICK,
Alton, Ir.n., July 31, 18G5.
Silt Knowing that you are as
earnestly und honestly interested In the
prosperity of Cairo as any one, and be.
lleving, myself, that Jaald city must con
tinue to be an important point during all
the future of our country, this impor
tance increasing from year to year, lla
growth and being commensurate with
tho a?o of tho niace and desirini: to do
Justice to a much-abused embryo city, as
far aii my Kuowieago oi iacis irom actual
observation and experience and my lu
iluenco extend, I address you, feeling
that a- voluntary offering, like this, from
an Individual who lis not pecuniarily In
terested to tbo amount of even a single
cent, either in Cairo, or the adjacent
country, will not be considered either pre
sumptive, invidious, or a work of super
erogation. " "
All who are familiar with Cairo, know
it to be located on the extreme southern
point of a narrow tongue of land in free
Illinois, dipping down deeply between
two original" tlavc Sinla, towards the
very heart of Dixie, ami accessible every
day in tho year, by railroads from the
north, and by steamers, of even tho larg
est class, from tho. South All the North
west in travelling south must concen
trate nt and pass through Cairo, and all
the snuthwctt, In going north, must
concentrate ut aud pas through Cairo.
After the national troubles aud confu
sion resulting from tho late rebellion
will have been adjusted, alt aucIi points
as Cairo must augment in national Im
portance. Then a considerable military
force will be withdrawn to and be con
stantly retained by the exigeuch-s of the
country, at Cairo, and fortifications, an
aisenal, a naval di pot, a navy yam, mil
itary and naval hospitals, ami their ap
pliances and surroundings, will be c&lab
During the winter, tho Mississippi
river Is often frozen over aud passable
for heavy teams at all points above the
mouth of tho Ohio, while the latter
stream Is frequently clogged with ice
and Impassable for boats even below
Padticah, Ky. When these rivers are
low, Cairo is often the highvst point ac
cessible to steamers from the South Un
der either of these cuudltious, whatever
passes farther North must bo re-nhipped
hero and transported by rail.
Hut, sir, It is to the peoulLr aspect of
Cairo iti a sanitary view that I moit expo
dally invite your attention.
Since the autumn of 1602, It has been
my frequently recurring duty to inspect
tho post of Cairo, with its troops, camp.-,
barraoks,hosp!talsand military prinon ; to
study its sanitary lawn aud diseases aud
to direct Its military hygiene. As a re
sult of my observation and experience,
I am prepared to assert thai, with lUtti
enough within its lovce to poison all tho
people of soma largo uud populous chius
during tho summer solstice, It Is even
then quite as healthy as any other place
in the Union.
I attribute tho salubrity of Cairo to
several important considerations that
are palpable to every expe
rienced observer, and, also to a
moro important cause which does
not operate lu favor of any oilier polut
lu the United States, viz:
1st. The fact that having no elevation
of tho surface In it, around It, or within
many miles of it, It Is free from the nox
ious accumulations of fogs and miasmas
tnat rest, morning and evening, during
much of the year, on the brows of all
tho bluffs along our western rivers, ami
are dreadfully potent in engendering
2d. Tho free aud almost constant sweep
of pure air down and up the Mississippi
and Ohio rivers, and ncccaaunly, in an
uninterrupted course across every part of
3d. Tho freo aud rapid currents of
above rivers, ever washing the borders
of Cairo and rapidly iloatlug away all
that 'vould accumulate around mauy
Without all tho above Inlluences, your
city would bo very unhealthy ; but tlio
great causo over operating to free Cairo
from miasmatic, eudemlo and epidemic
inlluences, exi.Us in tho fact that the
water on one side of Cairo, in tho Missis
sippi river, Is brought from the far North,
where the "Father of Waters" drinks
ins never-falling supply from the crystal
bonoms of a hundred hyperborean lakos;
while a lnrgo part of that in the Ohio
river, on the other bide of the tnwu, lbuvs
through the Cumberland and the Teu-
neeo rivers, from tho very heart of
Dixie, and Is always several degrees
warmer than tho former, where their
The air over tho Ohio at Cairo is,
therefore, correspondingly warmer than
the air over tho Missis.-! pil on tho onno-
site side of the City. Tho necessarv re
sult of tills palpable fact N, that tho
warmer air over tho former river ascend,
wlillo the cooler air over the latter rushes
in to take its place, and you, conse
quently, constantly liavo a very freo and
cool breeze from tho Mississippi, over
und through Cairo to the Ohio, that
promptly drinks up overy gas as rapidly
as it is generated.
The peopio wlio nrst attempted to how
out a residence in tho forest that form
erly existed where Cairo now basks In the
sunshine, must have been obnoxious to
mo annual invasions or unions, remit
tent und intermittent diseases; beforotlio
heavy timberandtho dense undergrowth
wero removed that once evidently cov
ered tho promontory where tiio young
city now freely fans hor browln health
sustaining breezes and billies her feot In
freo llimtions from tne rc-uniteu North
and South Hint mingle fraternally
around Iter suburbs, aud then, lu Beck
ing their lovel in the sunny gulf of tho
troiiln.d.ninvit Mm llftt-blinnnrtini? ninohln.
ery of a groat people, ami convey tho
commerce of a mighty nation. '
ltespeotfully, your obedient servant,
O. T. Aij.ijk,
Medical Inspector, U. fc3. A.
Cpi.. S. 8. Tavloh, Cairo, Ills.
Gloves mil SI IU.
A full supply at Rielly's, nnd going off
ut actual cost. tf
lOitlnmnn'M phIIum the Albanv mnlrn
nexcelled in stylo anil general got up.
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An lmmonso stock at Mlllor and Miller's.
Olmaeil l,jr Manlne.
vVhllo a young gentleman of tho city
was repairing to his room, on Hunday
night, he was rudely accosted by a
strungo man who, with knlfo In hand,
avowed a purpose, right then and thore,
to cut the young man'sheart out, and to
perform sundry other deeds of blood, for
tho commission of which he declarod
himself In an excellent humor. It be
coming at once uppurent to tho young
man that the stranger was a maniac, he
turned and fled. The manlao pursued
him, and for a hundred feetor more thero
was a race for life, as, beyond all doubt,
tho mad man would liavo used his knife
had he not been outrun. The young
man'stopped at a pile of wood by the
street side, aud gathering a bludgeon,
commanded his pursuer to halt, or ho
would brain him. Tho crazed crcaturo
obeyed, but admonished tho young man
not to attempt the braining process, as he
was armed with a pistol and wouldsuroly
uso it. At this Juncture n third person
arrested the at.entlon of tho maniac, and
in nn instant lie was offln pursuit of him.
This third person took refuge In an empty
house, and thus escaped, But the mad
man was on the "rampage," and wonld
notdeslst until ho hau "blood." A short
time afterwards tic got In chriso' of a
leveo merchant, who, being lame of a
leg, found it dlfllcult to get out of his
way. During tho night ho visited the
wharf boat where he was taken in charge
by tlie police and calaboosed for the
night. The next morning reason was,
at least partially, restored to htm, aud he
WUK dealt with as .fcqulro tiliauncssy
thought the circumstances surrounding
his case required.
tor tin- r.mttin. 1'nrllculHrlj.
Mrs. A. Harbor, No. W2 Commercial
Avenue, having relieved her shelves of
her old ntoek, now prc-cnts to the trado
I a mo-t comp.cto and attractive stock
, of millinery and fancy goods, ladles' and
! children's underwear, a fine lino of em
broideries, laces, handkerchiefs, collurs,
trimmings, etc., of the very latest and
most fashionable stylts; und which she
can uud will sell very low, foreash. Tho
ladies of the city are Invited to call aud
inspect the new slock. nov9 2w
Thf l-ncllli- looking Store.
Hecuti'e it Is the moro durable, burns
less wood, bakes better, und Is cheapor
than all other cooking stoves, tho Pacific
Stove is tlie fuvorito in all families
where It has been tried. It has no su
periors uud acknowledges no equals. A
few days trial will satisfy anybody lliat
it is the, best cooking wtovoever made.
Any size desired can be had at C. W.
Henderson's Commercial Avenue, third
door below Twelfth street, nov.5 d lm
Mrs. P. Smith, corner of Leveo and
Thirty Fourth street, will grvo a cotillion
party at her residence on Thursday night,
the 1 1th instant, to which she cordially
Invites kucIi persons as enjoy sucli recre
ation and pastime. Good music will bo
provided, and no effort will be spared to
render tin; occasion pleasant in every
Walker & SIssoti'H Hllliard Hall and
Rf-Ftaurant is tlie center of tltraction for
strangers and others wlio would strength
en the inner man with fresh oysters,
.Mewed, raw, roasted or fried; qtiuil on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with the "cue" in tho largest and beat
billiard hall In the city. tf
Simt .Mill for Kulr
A double circular Saw Mill, also one
sett of corn burrs, lath muchlue, live
yoke of oxen, threo log wagons, with
chains, all In comploto order.
For further particulars apply to Wm
F. Pitcher, Cairo, or to J. F. Stiver, nt
tho Mill, Mounds Junction, Pulaski Co.,
Illinois. nov2 2vv
First class day board can be
scoured at Walker and SUson's for
$0 per week. Tho bill of iaro consists of
of the bust in tlie murkut, served by ex
pert caterers In an unexceptionable style,
lUmmiit. ('olumW; Wm Wlillo. P.iJurab;
KM lliich, Itannlle. S. O. IUv, I.niiMvilIe.
I'll)- orni.ro, M-inihi. 1. O.itroll, .V. O.
I.umnleii, iln AUxnu, Cincinnati.
Ike INinmitt, rolumbu; Win Wlillo, l'lilmulu
S, C. tttiy, Vukattuiv. Oitv of Cairo, Ut. I.duU'.
I.unitii. Kransrilltf. I'. Ourroll, do
.UlttJiti'-, K, O. Al-oona, ilo
A. Ikikrr, lsAnq.ort.
Tho weather continues cool, cloudy,
The river tins fallen about two luetics
siiico last report.
Htisiness continues good.
Tho Mississippi uud northwestern
rivers contlnuo to decllno slowly, with
eight feot lu tho channel to .St. Louis.
Tho Ohio is stationary at Pittsburg
with SO Inches of water In tho channel,
tho thermometer at 20 deg. and. one Inch
snow ou the ground. Tho river is falling
at Louisville with 3 feet 10 inches lu can
al. It has 21 inches altogether at Evans
villo but is now falling.
Tho Klla Hughes brought out 7H bbls
flour, 27 cattle, 20 tons assortod freight
for reshlpmout to Memphis and Now
Orleans, ami SOO bags barley, 270 bags;
wheat for reshipmeut to St. Louis.
ThoLumsdonlia S50 bales cotton foa
Nearly twelve hundrod bales of cotton
were received Iito yesterday for reship
meut Fast per Blue Line cars.
A somewhat romarkablo canoo was to
bo seen on our wharf this mornlug, and
.attracted tho attention of mauy of our
citizens. Its ownor haa traveled many
thousand miles In if, through Europe,
and is now traveling In tho uncomforta
blo thing along tho rivers of our Great
Hcpubllc. Hit sketches of trav' In Har
per's Magazine were among tho most
rcadlhle articles in It, and wo shall doubt
lens ueo more of them. Thoy will cer
tainly bo Interesting, but as he is an
Englishman will not probably bo vorj
complimentary. ciro will, of course,
secure a .-evere e irchlng. Poor Cairo!
Wo see that i Cincinnati 'Commer
cial' lins turned t batteries ou Cairo and
given it a bomb I Imeiit worthy of Dick
ens, because sorm uhiurd person ventur
ed to hint that Cairo would lu thirty
years, bo a central point on tho grand
highway of tho commerce of tho Mississ
ippi and Ohio vuIHes, Hlesa tho com
mercial's dear old heart; Neoplo should!
not quad it bo terribly. It kimws very
well, don't it that steamers can, at all
times and seasons, run from Cincinnati
or St. Louis to Now Orleans, loaded to
the guards. It knows, too thattho river
obovo Cairo are never obstructed by Ice
or low water, and that steamers and
Btcamshlpscaualways run to Cincinnati.
Tho Hello St. Louis-, Copt. Zelgler, ii
the regular packet for Memphis thi
ThoLlzzIo (Jill, Cupt. Ncal, Is advertis
ed toleavo here this evening for New Or
Tiie-Wlilte, Capt. Northon, Is tho regu
lar Padticah packet this evening.
Capt. ('lias. T. Hindo Is the agcut for
all the uhovo steamers.
niiMtiirs Ilnti-c fur Iti-tif.
That eligibly situated business hnti
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, in
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
Tho best ansortment of strictly fahlon
able hats ever opened In Cairo, have
Just been received by Miller. & Miller, tf
Shell oysters, atnc, etc., can nlwayi
bo secured at Walker $: Hlsson's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
P. Welly has a largo Mik or hutf,
which will he sold at New York whole
sale prices. tf .
House near cor. Washington Avenue,
and Seventh street. Price $300.
lw Apply to P. H. Porn.
iimimmKmmm . n.ni mi ..iii 11 ' i nmm
Matrrltl to malse a dollir little of tlielxxt Hair V
toratirer unodlor rritonuK nrif hsir.ln iUqi'.j.
lail color, trnilM cnt for n rck.tj;t.
If Yon Want ,
Nice Whlti Teeth. UMtlhyrinm. M wt ht.i
en-l for our TUHKteil DKNTHIPJCK, prUe, a
It You YVant
A sure cure for Itm lucne, Ooarrh, iWnew, orbu
tins In tho ear, een.l f-r STKRNUTATOar
Trie S3 cent.
j.KIthcror thosbOTC unit j04t.p.M on r-.ei-l
AiMrcM Jor.ti K. t.tUiar, ill Mttkit Utct. hi.
I.ouli, Mo. S7 Ijitiw
A Ilxr Collection. !tov)aiul-M Itcrrliit.
Magic Art, I'-orerie-, eta., auto prising ta1iiM
Information f-r ereryboUjr. Sent bjr mail, (ftca f
roiti-)for .VI out.
AildreMR. K N'OlMAXDr, Mt Mrkt tfeet. .
Iuir, Mo. ttr ilHffljr
Of nf At); onuliiin.lrl receipts for iiutkiMg bra ml j
alt kin.h ol Win-, Oin, lteer, (Vmlhtl, 9a-riftr
Culrr, unit muela other mefol InfarftnOoa rbr tl..r
dcilinj; In or ntnuf. (ur.K uny of the nbova, eulir
fJr the trade or hohno un.
k-ntby mail, free of po'Uje, tr to ont. AiMiom
B. K. NORMANDY, Wt Market utreet, St. Uult, Me.
Seiv Marrlnire flulite.
AN ESSAY TOR YOUNO MBN, I'hj-lolox.rhl
Errors, AKte un J)ia4, Incldtnt to Youth and
Early Manhood. whl-h ereato itiiediiutit to MAR
RIAGE will, .tin. ineaiHof relief. Sent lu xealod
lerenttlnp. , fr.-e f hari-. Adilrva, Dr. f K 1 1
1,1 N liOUl.HT'iV, Howani Aeeocialwa, I'hll.r.il.
t f tf lr
TO THE W-'ltKINU CUW.-WV nre now
pared to fiirnitli all eliww with .-onatant emj.l j
iiR-nt at home, the hnl of the time or for the rri
inoincntt. ltulueM now lglit uud )rofllahl. 1'. r
tiotiH of either eauiiy eiun rruiu Ma. to SA , r
oeninfi, and a iMpor(iinal tuiuty doliiw it -ir
whole lime to the huttneaa. Hfcy and giria
neurly n mnnh ai men. Th.it nil vrlu t ihia
notice may -.end their dJr-, an-, leal the tui
nK, we make th unparallctl i.fln . Ti uehita..rc
not il Mt.fled, we will tend M to pay ft.r tli,
trouble of writing, full famctvlar, a valuable -mil
pie, Klm-h .tl u, lu mnnum work on. and a .-upj
of Tho I'twple'a Literary Companion' one of ' .a
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i j nmiiiai -o..Hai, win. r. rivrwtr
if tirinif from tin- firm
All -!uiin iiuHiiiatand due the llrm will ha aottte t l.
Win. Homy, Jr.
Cairo, 111 , No. I, lm. W. V 1ITHKI;.
W. UHNIIY. Jr ,
Thankful to my frieinU fur their llbwaJ putr.n. 4
hrrrtnforo IxstowiNl, would delra n oonttnuaiK-e te
my frmer purtnor. W. V. Pituhe.,
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Court, m n ruuif wherein Clinrlea II
Ih plaintitl, . II. .11. 1- R Bi.l.u imlefvi.
I. I Mill!
on tlio'2S, . I iv of Norember next,
houraof Un o'.lock . 111. and u v o'l lock p. m., it
tho Eranatdle t.rf. .II t ptiWio aiut on M a
atoamvrl.ouia, h-r taeklr, apparel, and fiuii u .
Termi at full.nr; Ooe-tliird caali, ouodhird In i T
daye, one-third In ninoty ilay, with tiitare.t a.lde f;
thopurchar sfciuinu the deferred pHiiitut .y
paper parable in bank hnie. with undoubted en
tiorverK. OEO. II. aTART, Receiver,
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loon and nvstiiuiHiil. atten o'elonk every Mrataj(.
Tht rettanr.tnt hna bt-en ie eatly flttau tin. Atufpei .
aonacan Im at'comiuoilated with niaHHiUan HOujjK.
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door to l-ont Ollice. II. MTWHB
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brunlifu of nil k ndt, at Baxlay.'
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sle'. Foralo aQdituaraiteed by Barclay Brither.