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NEWS OFTJIE (TIT.
THUIWDAY, JANUARY 0, lb7.
CJi) to I. Nell's for tho most fashion,
ahlo clothim;. tf
PHuIiitA Mi-tir.v'H large HtocK nf liard-wuii-,
f-uiii ia , tools, i-tuves, llii svuii', otc
will be aunt without ii-yard to cost, tf
yon want u stylish hut? NolPs Is
thu plaeo uiul thu only place to llnd
ilium, of all iliu la to I fiishlmis and in
Kruiit abundance. 1 lis flloclt. In tlil.i line,
raiiiiol lit- i'(iinllcil In Ciiio. tf.
'I'o lot, on arid after Novofnber next,
thu SlierllPt ollleo of Alexander Cuiinty
As there lire only ilvu Helmuts now In
tln Hold for tic ulUof, we think it ml vis
aide to circulate tho fact tl nt I it Is, or
HOOII Will III', lo'k't.
Tiic Kypllun blttoklii! gives tho best
m.B.Ii i.f any In tho market; and with
tli"l'iit labor Manufactured by J. H.
I'litllipi, Corner Washington Avenue and
MtliHt, I'orsale by (J. .Schulr., l. O.
Si biili, I). Arlt-r A ti., and M..I. McGau-I-.V
Tho L'itl.in- of I'apo (Jlardomi art- bend
ing their Mitirgle to thu .orkof building
what tliL-Vfiill tho "State Line Hallroatl."
The loud will interstct the Iron Motni
'niii rallrowd, and run out into Stoddard
iinl neighboring cniintlci, territory that
In tittiiimlly tributary to Cairo. Ills the
jiii' Mse t4i reach lll'ioinllelil l.y tlit tnld
t fl t- of tho Htmililer.
Old I'.lll lo wiys that the authorities
having thrown him oil' of the oity, he la
Ho longer Mil'Jeut to the appellation of
' pauper." J lo was on a begging expo
diiion, yostorday, for whlky and tolrac
I'd, and started home, nltont nightfall,
wiih his pockoU full of the olio and his
carcass of the other. He indignantly
ili iiioH that he has beon drunk twenty
A Kood"dzel lad,returnlm: to thecotin
try with his team, yesterday evening,
drove Into one of the ruts washed into
Vahlngtoii Avenue, and was thrown,
by tho. revere Jolt, from hi- seat to the
ground. The hind wheel passed over lit
shoulder, but a he immediately gained
his feet and commenced belaboring his
hhadown of hon-os ivlth the but of his
whip, wo coucltidvd that ho was more
angered than hurt.
There In a very active demand for Krlp
Just now. You find. Individual on every
hand who until have a supply, yet no
one fan Inform them where they can be
accommodated. Notwithstanding thN
eager inquiry and scant supply, tho
highest prise olleied Is suventy cent on
tho dollur. There foems to he, on the
part of .some, a ilotcriiiiti'ition to pay
greenbacks Into the trwury rather than
pay more than 70 cent! for icrip.
If lhoe who seek t' ileprmiltite sorlp
would strive, with iqtial zeal, to appre
ciate It, It vould, before tho tetitii day or
tho present mouth, command :n) ounts
on the dollar
Oil Klfteeuti street, noar l'nplur, l
domiciled a family whoc situation
hhould commend them to the attention
of tho oversuers of Hie p'Mir. It eniisMh
of n mother and three children. The
mother in thu last-stagm of consumption,
and the children bolng too small to work,
the kind ministrations of neighbors only
htaud between the family and starvation.
1'ntil Huvural klnd-hoarled Indies of tho
city brought clothing to the children
they presented a pitiable picture, Indeed;
and, but for attentions from the fame
gonerou hands, tho invalid mother
would have died.
The family lias resided in the city scr
era! months lout; enough to claim tho
support of tho county, and ought, and
now that attention hu been culled to It,
no doubt will, be looked after.
Thorearo very clover and enterprising
gentlemen engaged In tho dry goods
hiHueis In Cairo. This fact does not ap
pear, however, In tho advertising col
umns of tho Cairo ' Hnlletiii.' Indued,
sonic of our mail subscribers cnutultlng
our advertising columns and noticing
tho grocery, liquor, clothing, millinery,
honks and stationery, commission and
forwarding departments well advertised,
havo exploded surprise that Mr. Win.
Klugo 1 (he only merchant In the city
disposed to make his business known
by means of a regular standing ad
vertisement. When wo enlarge, how
ever, wo shall oiler inducements
that villi, or should, bring Mr
Kluge's card plenty of company.
Wo shall circulate at least two hundred
copies of tho paper on tho daily pasun
ger trains of the 'Mobile and Ohio and
Iron Mountain railroads, and thus roach
tho very class of our readers our business
men evidently deslro to reach. Wo shall
uUo have the paper delivered at Hum
boldt, Jackson, llrownsvllle', Corinth and
other important points south, of easy ac
cess lo Cairo through our. nys
twin' of railroads. In this way we
expect to make tho 'Hulletlii'
an advertising medium wnioii ail our
business men may employ with great rid
vantage to tljoniH'lvo.s, and which "for
olgn advertisers" will seek as one of tho
best In Illinois. Our terms, as hereto
Core, will Im $.')(! perKquaro (ono Inch)
per aunjiui, payable monthly. Ten dol
um pur square for thrco months, seven
dollars for two months, or four dollars
forubinglo inonth. Utisliiess notices In tho
local unltiuiH, 20 cents per lino Hist inscr
Hon, and V) cents per lino for each mibo
quout insertion. These terms arc losn than
those of any daily paper published in the
lower Mississippi valley
I.f A IIAI WAV.
Z'lcrliiK from Die I(nlilii..
An aged colored man, Hev. David
Urimth by name, arrived In CJro yes
terday oveohi!,' fr ni the n iifiiburing
vlllavn of HincUle' i .!, in li.tiianl coun
ty David baara a giui-Hhot vouud on
his r'ght breast, which, he says, waa iu
Hinted by the rascally Kultlux. Hu Is
conscious of no t'llcnsc meriting such a
merciless visitation, and disposed to at
tribute ft to n deslro on the jwit of the
Kuktixers to oxtermlnale the colored
people, simply because they happened
to bo born black. He denies that he re
colved tho shot while putt in under con
tribution a neighbor's Icehouse or
hen roost and, beluga promulgor of gos
pel truths, esteems it a hardship that
unyhodi should ascrlbo his Injuries to any
source but the blood-thirstiness of tho
The Her. Mr. Clrlfllh's family arc camp
ing at Terrlll's landing, a few miles
above Mound City, on the Kentucky
tliore, and he Is In groat distress lest tho
bloody Kuklux, learning their whero
iilxiuts, should make u descent upon them
and chop them up Into unrecognizable
fragment'. To defeat any such devilish
designs David Is anxious to borrow n few
half dollars from the worthy white Julian
Jtants of Cairo, that he may secure the
removal of his family hither, and thus
deprivothe terrililo Kukluxers of their'
c HiU'inplated carnival of blood and mur
der. When we saw David he had re
cited the details of tho Kuklux outrage
to at least a dozen different persons, In a
dozen dlU'crent ways. The horror'lt ex
cited may bo estimated when wo add
that he had collected thirty live cents.
David may be a reasonably good col
ored mull ; but he will llnd It a dltllcult
matter to convince our citizens that the
residents pf lllncklovllle (than whom
there' arc not more honorable and hlgii-'
minded people living) would be guilty of
un unprovoked outrage upon any man
black, white, preacher or sinner.
There was quite a hullabaloo on the
Leve yesterday evetilu', occasioned by
the purpoe of a negro urchin to leave
iown and lire with u countryman, and the
determination of tho boy's mother to
prevent hit departure. There was a vast
amount of unrefined and boisterous de
clamation on the part of the mother, and
uuswervahle resolution on the part of the
on. A third party, a negro man, "put
hi his lip," mid advised the woman to
rescue her boy at all hazards If the net
coit her forty gallons of the best blood of
her body. Thus encouraged, the woman's
clamor was increased In both volume
und Intensity, when an otllcer standing
by, thinking the all'alr might amount to
a disturbance, told tho third party to
shut his mouth. Third party took of
feiie, and let on as If It were his custom
to olicw up and utterly exterminate
ever' body that crossed him. The last
we heard of "third party" lie was en
rruc for the calaboone, u- mad a nigger
as ever set foot In Cairo. The urchin
left town with the countryman, and tl1
wench sought legal counsel to determine
whether or not .he might sue the fellow
mi a eliargo of "se'ln tlon."
rw Ilonk on Ittlllitltr't
A'o have received from Messrs. Ilinklo
t Co., Cincinnati, n copy of their now
book on building, ami have derived no
little pleasure from an examination of
Its varied content?. Aside from lis plates
representing all the mouldings, casings,
baseboards, balusters', newel post.", hand
rails, brackets, Uoorr, etc., manufactured
uud sold by Messrs. lllnk' x Co., which
alone occupy over ono lioralred pages of
the book, It contains tho ground plana
and elevations of about ninety of tho
finest residences, school houses, etc., in
the vicinity of Cincinnati. It is a book
which the intelligent carpenterund hull
der can hut rogard as Invaluable, and
can bo consulted with groat advantage
by any one contemplating the erection
of a building, whether biicinoKS house or
residence. In the publication of this
work, tho plates of which alono coat
several thousand dollars, Messrs. Hlnkle
it Co., Iiavodisplayed an enterprise that
places them. In tho front rank of Western
'I lie Ml. 'lrliola Ilolrl mill Ilmtniirniit.
This popular and eligibly located liouso
of public entertainment Is now lltted
and furulshed throughout in good style;
and, under the management of Messrs.
Walker & SIssou, U doing a largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
European plan thu guest calling for
what ho wants when ho wants it, wheth
er in tho day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tho rooms lire
largo and clean, furnished with tho host
of beds and bedding, whllo all other fea
tures of the establishment are' arranged
with an especial oyo to tho comfort and
convenience of thu guests.., , . japtf.
All persons Having accounts against
tho .steamer "Gen. Audorrfou" or "Tho
Hamltt1' forservico or supplies furnished
while in tho employ of tho Transit
Company will present tho aanio atouco
for fu'ttloniont to
Jan. 5 .'it. A. 11. Sakkoud, Treas.
Kllk II ills.
The stook of silk hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprisoa tho very latest styles anil
tho finest make of tho season. The
variety Is very groat, tho stock largo,
and prices have been regulated to liar
nionlKo with the times. Call In and ex
Gent's calf hoots only 3'75, nt P. Noll's
No. 70, Ohio Lovco. tf.
It Work Well.
We have intimations that assuro us
that the present plan for keeping our
county paupers will prove both just and
economical. The deserving object of
charity, If in good health, It removed to
tho poor house farm, where he will bo
furnished comfortable accommodations.
In return for those, however, he is expect
ed to perform a reasonable amount
of labor. This urrangement, although
entirely reasonable, Jshard" on pauper
ism that Is ascribablu to laziness.
Representatives of this class will feel
deeply agrleved, and many of them will
premptorlly refuse the county's charity
If coupled with such conditions. Only a
few days ago stout fellow
asked for admhslou Into tho poor house;
but when ho was Informed that that in
stitution was In the country where he
would be denied the sights nnl excite,
mentof the city, and where ho would be
required to exercise himself occa
sinlonally with the nxo and saw,
he was perfectly astounded!
Tho idea of divesting pauperism of tho
luxury of idleness was monstrous In his
tight; and, Informing the olllcer that he
might "go to h 11 with Ills country poor
house," he turned on his heels and left
A rule that will exclude all such char
acters is certainly a ttIso ono, and should
be enforced on all possible occasions.
.St. Nicholas Hotel, January .rth, 1S70.
H. V. Utirr, rsouthern Express Company;
H. Kico, Ullln; James M-irrls, Cape
Girardeau J J. C. Dupoysler, Ky.; 1'.
Uurclay, Memp.; A . Hchorton, Du Quoin;
James Dell, Ullen; James Dunks, Teun,,
John A. Coulson, Tenn., James A. Red
man, Tenn; H. N. Jonkliip, Dlandvlllc,
Ky.; It. Hustings, Hickman, Ky.; C. H.
Kvans, dim., 0-; It. Krlgauze, Md City;
J. 11. Thornlngton, St. Louis; John Deed,
Memphis; G. W. lileonlle, Metropolis;
Capt. Conway, St. Louis; A. M Parhe,
Vera; 1C D. Haywood, Alton, III-
A Ilmutlful .Snri of Mntrh Huron.
Many of our readers have seen the trim
built and beautiful span of white ponies
lately driven by Capt. Ilambleton. Well,
these ponies will bo disposed of by rallle,
at the.St. Nicholas Hotel, Saturday night
A few chances remain un.iold, which, no
doubt, w ill bo readily taken.
On the 1st day of January, Miles F.
Gilbert, Ksq., hrothkr of W. K, wai ad
mitted as partner into the law llrm of
Messrs. Green and Gilbert. Of tho stand
ing and ability of V. II. Green and W. D.
Gilbert, Esqs., wo need not speak. They
are known to rank among the leading
lawyers of the country. Mr M. F. Gil
bert Is a graduate of the Harvard Law
school, and a young man of unquestion
able ability. Possessed of great energy
and tireless iiiduitry, he lacks only ex
perience to make him a first-class attor
ney. Of pleasing address and good
social qualities, his success in his pro.
fefsion is goarranteed.
Tne business of Cairo, considered as a
whole, Is good. Thero Is a languor in
somodopartmentH, hut tho general aspect
Is active and encouraging. Our retail
merchants are driving a ver,' fair trade,
whllo our wholesale operators are full
handed. Wo Unvo a half dozen or more
commission houses that dlsposo of entire
trains of provisions nud produce, and
our forwarding merchants load a lariro
steamer, or furnish partial loads for sew
erai steamers, almost every day. All
this iu a town the size of Cairo, certainly
evidences u hnalthy business.
The Illinois Central railroad company,
oro erecting upon tlielr freight depot,
grounds, in this city, a largo und sub
stantial Icq house, intending to fill it this
Winter for next. Summer's use. The
building has taken shupo within the
past few days, and will
be turned over to tho company, as com
pleted, by the middle of thu coming
week. It Is large enough ta hold a rea
son's supply for this ond of the road.
Tho Inmates of the calaboose number
Just eight six colored and two white.
Doing stout, hearty fellows Jailor Me
Halo Is turning them to good account.
During the day they huvo coullned their
attention to tho street crossings, doing
faithful and certainly very acceptable
service where travel and bad weather
have made it necessary.
Sltift'and Gaylord's mlustrols on their
eighth annual tour through tho United
States will strike Cairo to. morrow even
ing, and give two of their reehoreho
and mighty amusing entertainments,
Tho reputation of tho company will In
sure it u crowded houso.
Wo wero visited this morning with a
dash of snow, which, although qulto
lively, molted as fast as it touched tho
ground, much to tho disgust of gentle
men supplied with "cutters," sleigh bells
and buil'alo robes.
The drayinej,of Kvansvjllo have got
up a suit of colors for presentation to
Captain Doxter, of tho now Cairo and
Kvausvlllo paoket City of ICvausvllIe.
Tho steamer CharlosIL Durfo, having
broken hor shaft nonr Capo Girardeau,
sought Cairo as.a safe ico harbor, and is
nowhere awaiting tliearrival oilier new
ThoSt. NJcholRB.HIlllard Hal 1h one
of tho largest and best furnislict in the
country. It is tho resort of both citizens
and .strangers who Indulge billiard play
Uso Eiulcr's Chill
Cure. "It never
Ilnsliii-sH llomr for Kent, I
That eligibly situated business' house 1
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is j
for rent. Apply on the premise.
Tli" Cuntlnciitiil Is the only enoh stove
wl h eliding oven d ors. Warranli d in
all respects, Pitcher Ji Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, -cor. 1 "tl i street.
Tho largest stock, of over coats In tho
city, at P. Fell's, No. "ff, Ohio" Lq'vee.ilf
Knit jackets, all wool, at tho actual
cost, at P. Nell's, No. 70, OhloLovce.
P. Klelly has a ' large' stock of hats,
which will be sold at Now York whole
sale prices. tf .
100 dozen genuine English rnnd!Llslo'
thread socks, nt n great reduction in
former prlces,at Peter NelPs, No.70, Ohio
The complotest stoeh of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city , Is to be
found at Miller nnd Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tlio very lowest Ugtirci ruling in' the
For good fitting clothing reudy made
or made to orderj go to P. Nell', No 70,
Ohio Levee. ' - ' ' tf
Neir's is the place to buy your Shirts.
'Ho has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For in
stanceall wool flannel, shirts, one dol
lar and a quarter uach well made. tf.
Have you seeti theAlaska boots? They
are tho most comfortable boot in use. For
sale.at P. NolPs no 70, Ohio Lovee. tf. ,
- - --
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo secured at Walker & SIsson's restau
rant. Nov 12 tf
P. Klelly having determlileil to coso
out the balance of his goods nt the
earliest possible moment, will hence
forlh'sell anythlngon hand atcost,ani
i.f-SJ than cost! tf
Almost giving away. NelT Is selling
gent's undershirts, and-drawepf.aud In
fact everything in Gent's underwear, so
low that It does not look like, buying
them at all. It Is more like giving (hem
Degin it right, by buying, for cash,
of J.H. Metcalf, No. 3.T nud ail Wash.
Av , who has enlarged both house and
stock, and Is now prepared to supply cus
tomers with the 6cJfrof'ull klnds'of kttiplo
and fancy groceries, queeiisware, crock
ery, glassware, yellow and Hocking
ham ware, table nud pocket cutlery.
All kinds of salt llsh, green, dried, and
canned fruits, pickles, elder, honey, syr
ups, fine teas, collets and sugars,
choice table butter always .on hand,. In
short, everything usually kept lit a first
class grocery; besides' notions too num
erous to mention, all of which will bo
sold at the lowest fliUrcs. tf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .
Q.KEKN & OILHKItT,
Attorncj.s nntl Connscllors nt Law,
WlllUm II. f.rcni, )
William II. lillhcrl, '- C.tlllO, I I.I.
Miles r'. (illlicrl, J
UprtlaUtdiiHci put to IthHimllj udUutabo
UlTlcc un Ohio ijeree, tlaomi 3 ami
oter lt .Vntlimul IlmiU. snlMCl
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(hut'iisware, liar Fixtures, (Jlasswnre
iiocsk KuiiMSinVr; noons,
No.. ISSihhI lH7,Cmn.Av. I CA1IIU
mirlMtf ' '
W I IOLESALE G-lO OK R
commission mm; oi r a nt,
No. 72 Ohio Levee, -
ltmiKi.ri - - - Miroli uit of Ouiro,
DnMf ' .
k TH-liNKUM. "
Ki: a ust OF Tiimcox.iitoiE.s.
two N-iyJC, 'Qr.y. ,
Tlio worltl ruiioMwiUuul oulj-- .
HKIKK AMI HAf l-OHO'S MINSTIiUr.'s.
Tlio eldest CoiinmnylipH- tntvrluiK,
20 UlsliiHjuhhal Arlisl, eu(;h nolcctcd for
fiU own specialties and original ac(n,
I'ltOK. KC1IA I'KXKIl'H I'AMTIIKOl'TlCOMOA
nt n gri'iit f.xin Ih'cii ciiKiei
Admission, 50c. Rosorved Seats,75c;
m:w ;ayi.i(ii, Muimui-r.
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National llnnk Irtlll'linv.
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Nat .u il llJt.k Li' '! ii.-. Ohio l.t'tee.
ITKNIIKIt-SO.V, C. W.I'WTtir m"sTfii him?
JJL T'i) if. t'fen ni.-w-ntU nI Tetftti, Com
HiJi.nitON Jt M'ilfi.TTiisr.s inTiry tiixxIT'
t'to , Commeri 111 nxnitv, ln;t. KIkIiIIimiiI Ninth.
'"I.l.'lii:. W.M.i Dry Cftoil uml ilrouTles, Bir
JY cur. KlKlitec.itu mil l'ulivr, mul uoriifr sfcilli
u.i'l mm- r. . i. lie. , '..
"j y .VI' I'I'.M AN , .!.'., Miim iiilliiU'l MllliTtsil
JV cr. Kifi' ji:i. i" leti Walnut unit Ur.
JATI N ljlY, H i;S'lt'V, i'SfoiTrri'mi "llotuuriut,
j inie ii r Mow Hint uflk.i.
LHI It, A., heiil r in Ale-" Hti'T"lTr, nn. 'Mvnu
(ii turer vt Miiiitm uml Sotl.i Waterr, lUthili.
li-tHi. u te.ior mil Wl'it. t ,
I A.M., .MILS. ANNA, illl'iiBr ui'.r .Iwiler In
lj 1 u. y i,. "-i-, 1 nili, iifn Waliiii,iton sml
ia l I'l.o Wi;it' N a l.oo.V, rtttii KIStcirFI
IM. iru.rniw, ninyth k Un.' Ilek, Ohio l.ovc
iKi:i:, W. V.. ti lino..llnKnr KiieiVr,
A'X rourici tli, Io-mi -ii Witlntit liliiUr.
Il.I.Klt.V .Mll.I.KII, M-ruli.int T-nlon. .ml
Ali. LI .u i : -, ! . I'l . l.i ct,
" ii i.ui.Y. wall .vwin:ift.i:i(, Altr-
i)L -. .-!.. .r, t hi I u w.i.i.'rV ltlwk.
1 J.'I'C'A'.t'i J. Ii.. t-UJ.j.k (itiM.i., T.'IillMUill
!!. b p .s- t ii jionf.
Ti:i l , IM.riMt, Co tunr .ml Merulimil Tailor
i ;iu, I. .
pAUKKIt A rilll, I. IN. cmmm-liiii nml Pir-
tr vz Mir naiit-, r. Tenth ami Ulitu I.mim-.
Flll.l.irs, AIT. J. .M., KurwunllB.- uml
l' mmiijn Mrrrhnnt mi-l Whurfboot proirltur.
nnrilllU t II i:ltV, Dealers fu Iliinlwurr.
L e-. , l uiiii-ii . ,1 ,iv i. it , Uotwevs KUvvntti ntul
MAItsONS.'ltAVIS t ., Wlinlomilo IVoleni
.1. in tiuienwrf, 7 niiil ' Thornton llluok.
)AllKi:it, l. S., I'liolbflKi'liiM, lorner Sinli
.1.' mill ubm Leiie. ,
Pllll.I.irS. J. II., Family (lro,-r, vomer Four
tfintli:iii'l Winiii;tiin. .
MAItUi:it A: lll.lKi:, lKalr 111 VhII l'a .rs,
.1, I'j iit, i !., ' ihl.) Levee.
l )Ul KWi;i.l W. II. ,V- Co.. Jk'oW DUrJ,
JLV ht,i'i. iifM A' ,isl'lm l.eiee.
Ri':AI(II:, J. S, .V '., Innumnvu .icnw,
Winirr's IIIih k,
Ross, j.ini;s, nailer nV75il, (?u7i7ner5TiII
avenue, (uul Kleventli Mre. .
Ri:il.l,Y, I., Ury OouiN nnl N'otiuii, eortivr
sixili and (otnmorciM. -
Riri'i:.Mioi!Hi:, a iian.vy. Dry Uu-kI-',
v'vrur Kiitlith wi.l CoiiiihhkiuI.
8 .MYTH, II. A- CO., Wholiwlu (ifuCcr. nll.l
l.e, i'.i i)tler, Ohio l.evee.
OCIIi rrKIt, W, II., Wliulioalo LeuUrm U
k7 ! '-. i" -if' mil ifr, '' nlilo lvmi.
lH.I.Y, I'., Dty i,oo
sixili and (ommercml.
Q.Mli'll, W. It.,
J in r .l.iie
J.U1'II, . It., I'liynuuuuia'l aurnou, UiiCoiu-
'ii. i;ititi:ut.'. ,m., liuuK himier und Muinif-
. I Hi i 1.1 w:e.
L'AI.'I'. 1'., .iler ill l ignri, lolmoeii, UuultIMMu
O .ini.r, jr'if lte-tur:ut, lwOomuiewlftl misiiw
''ritA7ri oX,i lllltO, WlioliiHiiMilroeerii, iimi
'..iliii,.iill Men Ilium, 5T UIiki iKilee.
C WolloOA, v Itlto.. KHinily UriNfMn, wrnei-
5 l'"l 1 'f 'l11 1 K Ulileelllll.
rito Lit. .INO. VV, to o., llri)ker"wnil 1U
X i 'IM Uittlif., 1 (oi. tii'UI r.ifiiur Uiylitli khJ
MiVloHN'I'ON, W. W., liilerui l.iiinl.or, hout,
1 l .1 lioill.,l lUwp.
'I'lKI.HAS, (AUli I.., ti uml OnuiiieiitRl,
1 l'i ,1 r. l i-. m. i,: ( ily Vinoiml lkllik IllllhliHg.
r(Alllflt, IIHOS., Wat7lTiiuikrT"mrirJwiiVU,
ii.-.,i- i orner 1 iu'IhIi mul Ohio Lever.
MN'i:vr, r., KMlerln Hr&ierii'i,, l.imu le.',
t oriiei KiilitliHinl Olilit l.evee' , ,
ri.YSTON, '., Itenl lliile Agout, 71 OliUi
) l-. i. -, .'ii. Iloor.
r ll.l.I A.MNON, U. II, .WlmliKiile ilru.'ur, ami
I i i wunii.iun iieriiiiini, luuiiiu i,etie.
fII.SON, SAJ1I.., timilvr in ltuat S(ure uii7l
11 in. tr.' . I0 i iimi l.ev.e.
XiriTTtt., I'UOI". IU),, Mu.ieuui anil TMiviiir
11 W i-li iii. ii line, U'tuceii Knurlli unit Kltlli.
,r. tltli, I. ,M., Uvaler 111 1'irv-Wwnl. I.eatt
oHeM nt lliilen's.
'tl'AltD.MlU, II. , l'h)iemii uii.lMiryuiiu, cltsm
I iKtr !''' Olliee,
i;-.l.'l'i:ilK, NA.ni., Healer III Haul and bull
I Llllllli'ir, uoruer CnnillU'reul nud l elilll.
WrAI.HIlK, A NISSO.V, Hotel iiial lir.laiimnl,
Y .,')-pti ill III. k. Oil.. I l.evee.
r.i.l)i:it, I.SAAioiotiiierrt'orner "HUlh""iil
' lutein .V CO., (in ntler.., Klglitli ulreet, be-
l tweeii t oininerii.il nvenuo andOliui l.ovee. ,
. ! .1 il I
Wy. tlin ii:nii!ruiii'.l, liavntliii ily mill nur liUi-
neH Intori'M In tlie llrm oflUl.l.lDW IIHOS,? ni
II I,, llnlllday, T. W, Uall.Hy,and It. 1. 1!iiM', !(
.hIihiii nil ilelitHdiii tho llrm ati'iiiyalild-
' w. i. iiAr.iniiAY, 1
K- W. IIAUJOAV.
Cairo, IIUiiiili, Jan. 1, 1870.
Tlio iiielLiHiMiied liaMiis this day imri'liuml the
luiniieM.iiilrrtid W, IMJiUl'liiyiilid V;.V'.,Ulid iy,
ill Hit' tirin "I'tlallid.iy Hrollier, lunlillie all liulnllllea
t I In' Drill. .HI I will uolitililie tlio lut-tilii'i". a fieri ln
tore im lvr'tlie -MleofUAI.I.lDAV MltoTIIKIt
II. I.. JIAIil.llUV,
, , .. t. w. iiAi.un.vv, .
Cairo, lllinon, Jan. I, liT'i- jat-3t
SWl'.IVl' IllllMNtr-Tlit!enulno attiflo to t-o
liad llarcuyrf. lintuiau irto I'rcir ncri)M,n a
yet cou-Iii!us-l thu virtues ululur.