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KKWS OJ THE CJrJT
HATUUDAY, JANUARYS, 1S70.
I'll r n I ili I li R OooiIn.
The cnmplotot ftnt-li of gentlctnuii'n
mulshing goods In tlio city , Is to be
fduitl at Miller mid MHIrr's. It would
be u remarkable want, indeed, in this
line that they caniiolsutisfuctorily supply
nl lliu very lowest figures ruling in the
V.'linl tlipy Propose Id Do,
Thi' billiard saloon proprietors expresr
an unwillingness to pay lliu very consid
1'ialilt) tax Imposed upon them, a Jyeur
In advance, tincturing that the Income
hum their tables would not return the
inn with reasonable Interest. They
manifest a willltiiiiii-B", however, Intake
Mil licences fornix months, (which the
old ordinance permit1') and if denied
this privilege ' they will take out no
licences ul al!, and tender their tables to
the free u.u of the public. Wu cm seo no
valid . otijeetion to the granting of
llceiixei for six month", and ;lf the pros
nl ordinances on the subject form an
Obstiu'Ie, they should be promptly
amended. Tho city will Hcarculy lose
any revenue thereby.; but a ileterinlna
,'" 'to dftiict llffeiiBes for a whole year,
may deprive her of all the revenue here
tofoie derived trom that sourcea Mim
amounting, In tho nggregate, to several
1. (,ne I.oumi'i 1IMI IlmiU.
Very few of our reading citizens will
doiiylhotnselves the luxury of a peru.-al
of Mini Olive Logan's new honk, entitled
"lu-rore the I'oot-Llghti and lieliind tho
Kee no.1," Just now coming from the press.
The chow limitless In all Its multifarious
phizes, from puppet shows to the grand
opera, from mountebanks to menageries,
from learned Jilgu to lecturers,
from burlesque blondes to
acton) and uctrcsses, Is Ire
enteil In Miss Iran's peculiarly bright,
dear and engaging style, truly exhibit'
lug tho detalli of that calling, alike us
hten from within through the orltlcal
eyes of a former actress, and from with
out through tho eyos of tho Mine person
as a lecturer and an author. The book
Is copiously Illustrated, well printed, and
must, because of Us own inerlti aside
from the renown of IU gifted author,
havo a large sale.
Mm. Viuidovenler will watt upon our
citizens during lh coming week, and
we hhall be surprised if she does not sue
cccd in placing u copy of tho work upon
half the center tables or library shelves
of tho city.
I'oor, tun I'm nil.
Wo called attention, recently, to the
destitution and misery of a family resid
ing at tho corner of Poplar and Fif
teenth street, and linked that our county
authorities should take the caso Into
thwlr special caro unit keeping. We
were not aware, when wu peutied thU
request, that tho County Judge had al
ready given the matter his attention,
lie olleitd to remove tho sick mother to
tho hotpilal, n hero she would receive
good numing and medical attention, and
to take proper caro of the children. Tills
oiler was Indignantly rejected. Indeed
Mrs. Fraxler ifor such Is hor name; re
gurUetl Itm. a Vury gro Iiisullj and de
clared that she wouM llo whero he was,
starve, rot and die,bPf re she would Miller
the 'terrible Jtecradatlon connected with
county pauperism. True, her children
were In rags, and were saved from star
vation only by such fund 'us was sent In
by the neighbor, yet tho ldea of becom
ing county paupers was not to bo thought
of; if the county couldn't support 'em
where ttii-y were, pay their hou; rent
and tend them provMow, trio' county
couldn't have the honor or taking cure
of them ai ail.. This tlio county will
nut. uiul hhonld not do, and tho result Is
tho famllv remain charge upon the
. i i.. in . l
hands of u few or our cimriiuoiy iipneu
Aliollirr Stw mnt VnluaMo Hon!.
Judge Anson Mills, an abl Jurist and
statesman, has written a book wider the
title of 'Our Killers and Our JtlgliU,"
that will prove an Inestimable acqulsl
jloii.to the Ubrary of every Intelligent
"AY tho country. It treat, with
great force atid succinctness, of tho
structure and liinciions 01 every tie
partmont of national and State govern
inputs, and of thoso questions of cousti
tutlonal and Inter-natloual law that form
H imile of Interest and liiqury with every
liolitlclan or Intelligent citizen of the
republic It nets forth the uuiues, ditto
and term of service or every preslilvut,
vice-president, senator, chief Justice,
cabinet otlloer. etc., from the nrsi in
augur.itlon of General Washington to
1 1 1 it iiifiinMinition of General (Jraut. Tho
I'liiuf constitutional provisions and brief
historical iketehe- of the sovoral States
form a feature of much value; but In
i.ihIIiil' to render the work u necessity
In every library and editorial sanctum,
v,n finltieiit author emuraces also a
eiironoloi'lcul and historical com pen
linn of all tho leading events of. our
national career Irom tho landing of tho
Jauieiitown and Plymouth pilgrims to
tho close of the year JbCO, Tho book,
bound In Hue English cloth, with
sprinkled edge, costs ouly ?12 00. In
llbrarv binding ll costs og.
tm VTn iuIi. venter Is also tiiUlnL' sub-
I ... u
scriptlous to this lnvaluublo volume, and
wo predict for her a most gratifying suc
cess, She Is a most estimable lady,
whose efforts In this behalf look In part
to the comfort of an invalid husband.
Kxomlue, If only for n moment, "Our
Hulora und Our Jtlghts," and you will
bo very apt Indeed to subscrlbo fur it.
Go to 1. Neir.i for, the most fashion
able clothing. tf
PlIcherA Henry'H largo Htock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
Norman's Chalybeate. Cough Syrup Is
no humbug. Try It and bo convinced.
8. J. llunini, agent, corner Commercial'
avenue und Eighth street. ju7-lw
Do you want a stylish hat? NofPs Ih
the place and the only place to find
them, of all the latent fashions and in
great abundance. Ills stock. In thin line,
cannot be equalled in Cairo. If.
One of the best remedies for Croup
ever discovered Is Norman's Chalybeate
Cough Syrup. S. J. Ilumin, agent, cor
ner Commercial avenue and Eighth
The Egyptian blacking give the best
polish of any In the market; and with
the least labor Manufactured by J. II.
l'lillllpt, Corner Washington Avenue and
Mth st. For f ale by C. Schultz, Pi G.
Schuh, 1). Arter t Co., and M. J. McGau-
i i i i ii
One of tho five troupes engaged in the
distribution of that medical wonder
Known as tiie wizuttl oil, nan arrived in
Cairo, their couveyance being n gor
geously painted and costly vehicle drawn
by four gully caparisoned and sprightly
steeds. During their stay In the city
the troupe will give a series of free Htreet
concerts, at Intervals, In which .the pub-
lie will learn of the properties of the
Wizard Oil, which by the way, may al
ways be found at Barclay's. It.
20 day boarders, at -the St. James
Hotel, corner Eight street and Ohio
Levee Urst-clais table at four dollars
per week. . dlw.
The stock of silk hats at Miller ifc Mill-
er'n comprises the very latest styles and
the 11 neb t make of the season. The
variety Is very great, the stock large,
and prices have been regulated to liar
monlze with the times, (jail In and ex
Tlip Nl. Xlrholnt Hotel anil KcMatiratit.
This popular und eligibly located houe
of public entertainment Is now IHtcd
and furnished throughout In good style;
and, under the management of Messrs.
Walker A Slsson, Is doing a large and
thriving bushier. It is kept upon the
Ktiropeau plan tho guest calling for
what ho wants when ho wants It, wheth
er In the day or night time, and paying
only for what he orders. The roomrf arc
large and clean, furnished with tho best
of bods and bcildln, Wbllo all other fea
tures of the establMimcut arc arranged
with an especial eye to the comfort and
convenience of the guests. JaCtf
I'lrnl i'luk I.ir Iiinirnci
The Connectlcutt Mutual Ileiieflt Imur-
n uce Co., represented In this city by Mr.
A. Comings, places it within the power
of every man to secure flrt class life In
surance- An advance payment of eight
dollars and an auuual payment of $2
secure a iwllcy for live thousand dollars.
hen notice Is given of the death of a
member, within forty days each surviv
ing member forwards to tho Treasurer of
the company the sum of one dollar and
ten cents. A payment of $15 for the pol
icy and auuual payment of 3, lecure In
siirance for5'),000on thollfeof both bus-
baud and wife. The company Is purely
mutual; and experieuco has shown It to
becheup andcirectlve. Jau73t.
I'opularXtw SI ml P.
Wo have Just received from the pub
lishers, Mcsr. John Church & Co,, 00
West Fourth street, Cincinnati, tho fol
lowing music, In sheet form:
"Cling to tho lilblo" an Inspiriting
"Marsalllos," suggested no doubt by the
rvcent attempt to excludo the Iliblc from
tho Cincinnati publiu schools. The
words are by the Ilov. C. E. Smith, and
tho music by IL W. Doane, a composer
by no meius unknown to tho public.
"Shabby Genteel," composed and
sung by tho celebrated character vocalist
and humorist, Sol Russell Smith, A good
thing. Price 30 conts.
"Como over tho Ferry," a light, airy,
pleasing English song, well worth its
price, which Is 30 cents. Muslo by A.
Charllo S, Ward has produced In
"kiss my little ones for mo," a song that
will prove a favorite with tho mothers
of the laud, If among no other class. The
music U simple, und like words, pathetic
Prlco 30 cents.
"Fraumerel," (reverlo)f by Schumann,
arranged for the piano, Is a llowlug gush
of melody worthy of its distinguished
author. Prlco 25 couts. . ., r
" Mazurka Htyrlenne," by Julos
Hardegg, la a 7 pp composition of very
decided merit, containing passagos that
are truly brilliant. Price 60 cents.
For any of tho foregoitifc muslo apply
at Hatiuuu' bookstore.
HiiHllicfcM Iluiiko fur Itenl.
That eligibly situated business houso
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, la
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
Tho Continental Is tho ouly cook stovo
with HlldliiK ovon doors. Wurrantcd m
nil respects. Pitcher &. Henry, at 1U2
Commercial avenue, cor.1 12th street.
The largest stock, plover coats In tho
city, at P. FefPs, No.-70, Ohio I.oyee, tr
M A TV U FACTO II IKS.
An Kncoitrnglnir Kxprentlon from tho
Hoard of Aldermen.
Tho board of Alderman, on motion of
Alderman McKce, passed a resolution,
last Monday evening, to the clfect that
the ordinance committee prepare an or
dinance authorizing the Issuo of u
bond for tho sum of 55,000, with Interest
at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum, and
payablo In ten years, tho same to be de
livered to Mr. L. Lincoln, when ho shall
have expended tho sum of $5,000 in the
erection of woollen mills In this city,
and secured the payment of the bond by
tho execution of u mortgage on his mills.
The object In view In this matter will
meet the approval of every well-wisher
of the city. It Is simply to encourage
among us the upbuilding of a manufac
turing Interest. Nothing Is hazarded on
the part of the city, as the payment of
tho bond is abundantly secured, dollar
for dollar. Ifllko loans or oven dona
tions would have like cllect In a hun
dred Instances, there are few citizens
who would not urge the city to make
them. For a moment contomplate the
eHcct of a hundred manufacturing estab
lishments In the city, and the loan of
the city's credit to the amount of $.j00,-
000 sinks into comparative Insignificance.
Wo iu( have manufactories, and If the
city can secure them, in the manner in
dented, the investment would provo the
best orio that can possibly be made. The
rjgbt of the city to make such loans, al
though not clearly defined in express
terms by the charter, Is claimed under
the interpretation of Implied municipal
powers recently given by tho Supreme
We are credible Informed, that within
the past two or three weeks fire dlller
out parties havo been In Cairo looking
for locations to establish manufactories;
and the question they have Invariably
naked bus been : "What Is the city will
ing to do? Other cities offer us induce
ments, what can Cairo oiler?" Lot the
Council make response to these ques-
tlous, and place tho answer upon tho re
cord. Wo suggest this wo urge it. Let a
standing Committee on manufactures be
established, composed as other Commit
tees of the Council, with the addition of
prominent citizens, Instructed to nego
tiate with parties wishing to locate in
Cairo and build up muuulacturiug es
tablUhments, nnd to givo to theso par
ties all the encouragement that other
points cuu all'ord to give. Iu
thlsjwayCuIro m-jy be made a great man
ufacturing city. Th trustees of the City
Property are willing to put their should-
lers to the wheel, and derate lauds; and,
now, let the city nay what she is willing
to do. Action prompt action Is de
manded by the exigencies of tho time.
The Mayor will call u Joint meeting
of the city touncll for Monday night,
when tho subject here treated will be
Tli llutnlu'f lilrrimn Imlir.lo.
Wo uro not surprised that the butchers
of the city complain that tho city
authorities huve discriminated against
them to the extent of oppression, In the
mutter of licenses; for, as we have ofttu
remarked, we cuu see no Justice orequul
ity Iu charging the merchant who cm
ploys f 20,000 capital and deals Iu cloths
and notions only ten dollars for his li
cense, and requiring the butcher, who
operates on $500 capital, and deals In
fresh meats, to pay two hundred dollars
It Is certainly violatlvo of
that principle of Justico and equality that
is tiuppoked to underlie all governments
whether national State or municipal, and
at varlauco with that Just provision, of our
State constitution that declares for uni
formity In taxation. At all events, our
butchers feel deeply aggrieved. Thoy
hare sought redress by appealing to "the
magnanimity" of the council; but their
prayers availed them nothing. Tlio ob
noxious ordinance stands unrepealed and
unmodified, and they are commanded to
obey it. Finally aroused to au unusual
pitch of resistance, they havo
combined, and solemnly re
solved to tight tho city to the bitter end.
They will place themselves on u footing
with the merchant who sells tapes and
calicoes; the grocor who sells coffee and
canucd fruits; tho tinner who sells stoves
and coal scuttles, and tho stationer who
sells books ami steel pons, by taking out
a teu-dollai license; but rathor than pay
iwenty times as much as their fellow tra
ders, they will light the city, wealthy
and conscienceless as she Is known to be.
Our very limited legal vision permits
us to toe but ono end to such a contest.
The city charter provides that tho coun
cil may "regulate, license or suppiess
Lutcher's shops or meat stands," nnd be
ing a late Qiiactment of the legislature,
and declaring all acts und parts of nets
that arc inconsistent with its provisions
as inoperative and void, the rigid of the
council to Impose tho burdensome li
cense, stands, we believe unquestioned
If this bo true, Inevitable- defeat stares
our butchers in tho race, and we aresor
ry for It.
Knit Jackets, all wool, at tho actual
cost, at P. Nefl'f, No. 70, Ohio Lovce.
Neff's is the place to buy your1 Shirts
Ho has on hand u magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For in
stanco all wool llannel shirts, one. dol
lar nnd a quarter each well made. if.
100 dozen genuine English and Lisle
thread socks, at a great reduction In
former price.s.ul Peter NefFs, No.79, Ohio
jLoYOC. : i - ' tf
The splendid fqian of nmlc'i ponies
formerly owned and driven by Mr. Hum
bleton will bo disposed of at raflle at U
o'clock to-night In the billiard hall of
tho St. Nicholas Hotel. We are Inform
ed that six or eight chances out of tho
hundred, remain untakcii. The.se doubt
less will be eagerly taken before the hour
fixed for the rallle. Parlies interested
are Invited to ho present.
Tilt Allifllt'tini l.nl Mulll.
As we anticipated Skill' and Oaylord's
minstrels drew a crowded houso last
nlghl," and everybody was delighted
with tho entertainment. The delinea
tions and miustrcsly of this company are
entirely free from vulgarisms, nothing
being snld or done that could of fetal tho
most fastidious. The pictures presented,
formed of indiscrlbablc combinations of
light and color, wero marvelously 'life
like, and grand beyund description.
To-night everythlng'Wlll be mew, new
songs, Jokes, farces, and a now series of
pictures. Tho house, of course, will
again be crowded. . , (
The .Noiv Yrnr,
Ucgln It right, by buying, for casht
of J. II. Mctcalf, No. 332 and 334 Wash.
A v., who has enlurged both houso and
stock, and is now prepared td supply cus:
to mors with tho Ui of all kinds of staple
and fancy groceries, queensware, crock
ery, glassware, yellow and Rocking
ham ware, table and pocket cutlery.
All kinds of salt fish, green, dried, and
canned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr
ups, fine teas, coffees and sugars,
choice table butter always on hand. In
short, everything usually kept iu a first;
class grocery; besides, notions too num?
erous to mention, all of whlchi will be
Chill Cure.-"It never
A li. t of Mim remaining uncial moil la tlio I'ont
Oflbe at Unlro, Illinois, PMunlny, Jamury Hh. ISTOi
Allnn, Jtr Nnwy,
I'mg, mn Hnrltta;
l.'nurt, mli l)ndpt;
JJovinlnit, inr KlFiAbi'lh',
'iljnn, iiiija Jlarj;
Mullcr, mm MnrK.irettr;
O'Coniier, rnrn .Marjr II;
Siimiiiffii, mm Mar;
W ilbourn, Latirn F, (2)
l....n,AM f rt.
( rotij, I) Wi
Davit; J Clm;
Itiiont, J- lin;
Ki'iiciborKr, Snm'l Hen;
J wo, liac;
ilgbry, W I,;
jirnrmc, jinin ji;
.Nelvin. Jolin A;
ltnnklns J W!
ltuell. II It;
Mi-vcic, fi Ml
!-'i'ley, ciiarloj .r;
fenney., T II;
lluinn, Mini Julia;
llyl, Mrs Ann;
crots, inin. iflien;
; nl, nirn Sol
liek.on, mm I'hobia;
l.airar, ihIm Ci
.Nc'ian, mm Marri
Spvncsr him A
huiinjcti. inixa Amasdn;
Wolsli, iriiu Katl,
Carter, J Uihr.irJ;
Carp'ilcr, J II;
Jlowltt, (leo W;
Jlellur, II M;
Hall, John J:
.lame, lllehard; (colM)
Kelly, Wmi J
lOWHle. Jtni A;
Mtlf.-ni, Wm J i
Nelson, Jauae (eot'il)
I'irtcr, A Jam;
1'eamon, u IV;
J'urker, Stephen (II)
ltulhforj, II, 121
Mmltli, J It;
wiuiourii, h runcli.
rrfon cullinft for any nl tlio aboic ledum writ
ploni oaII lor "Aihurllaul Ullera," ami give IliediU
of tills list. J. M.GIIA1IAM. I'.JI.
Work In Let by tlio Connly.
The cou uty- court advertise for seuled
proposals, first: for tho building of an
approach to Cache bridge on the Alexan
der county side; secondly : for building
an approach to the Cairo and Jonesbord
rofadj about three quarter of a mil ronj
the Mississippi rlrtV; thirdly: for fur.
Tllshlng coffins and burying such pau
pers as may die at the poor house farm,
during theyoar 1370; fourthly: for furnish
lngcolllns and burying such pauper us
may die In Cairo during theyoar i&iUi
the bids to bo miiuh for each collin and
burial; fifthly: for cutting and removing;
the timber on that portion
of the Cairo si ml 'Joncslmrri
r3Rd lying between Handy Creek undj
Mark I'rovo's farm, l'nyment for all
this work to be miidu In orders on the
county treasury. HIds will bo received
iitthe ofllce of the county clerk until 10
o'clock a. m., January, -"0th. Eor full
detail see the ndTcrtlscment which we
publish to day In another column.
Bt. Nicholas Hotel, January Stli, 1570.
M. I"- tJllbort, city; O. M. Todd, Cln.;
Taw. CJaylord, E. Giiylord, G. Oaylord,
J. Heo.se, Ii. Talbolt, T. Mat-terson, J.
Stiles, L. I'iielps, J. A. Armstrong, Ci.A.
Armstrong, Joe Muirs, John Long, J.
Masterson, H.. IJuckoltxand. Prof. Schatl
ner, all of HklJl'& Oaylord's Minstrels.
0. W. Fuller ami wife, Chicago; V.
IJoynton, Chicago; .1. A. Vaumeter,
Ixiuisvlllo; D. H. Vaumeter, Louisville;
II. A. Mack, Mound City; S. liars, Ken-
lucky; Wm. Y. Taylor, Union City; Geo.
nghoue, Hvansvllle; James I'eck,
Evansvllle, Ind.; Jumes Jjimkerson,
Henderson, Ky.; J. N. McLeod, City;
J.N. Clark, Hlrdvllle, Mo.; A. Loowoii;
thall, livansvllie, ind.; M. C. U Conner,
Hickman, Ivy.; John Tauully, JCen
lucky; D. Higgs, Kentuckyj W. A.
Hughes, Caledonia, III.; J. W. Gregory,
Clarkton, Mo.; C H. Jushmau, Clark
rrnni Culru to, .SI, Louln, '
The dlstanco from Cairo to Kt'. Louis,
via the Hellevlllu & Southern Illinois
rallrond, is only 140 miles, instead of
101, as Rtatod by us yesterday, 'this
route, when opened, will bo forty miles
shorter than nny other.
Tnxca Mr 1M00.
ThotttS-hooIc for 1SC0 Is now In the
hands of tho sherlil'. The taxes charged
theroiu became due. on tho Ist'tluyof
January, and the sheriff proposes to
proceed with till duo dllllgonco to tho.
collection of them.
For good fitting clothing reudy mado
or made to order, go to I. Nell', No 79,
Ohio Levcc. tf
Have you seen theAlaska bools? They
aro tho most comfortable hoot In use. For
salo at V, Nell's no 70, Ohio Lovee. tf t
TV ' r-
Shell oysters, gume, etc., can always
be secured at Walker A Klsson's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf ,
Onct or Tnt'trM or Caiuo Citr I'onMerr, )
Caimo, 111., January nth, 1T0.
Notice it lietMiVniien Ihutallnerinna foutiJ enlMtii-
timber on,hiilli,i Hay earth or aaoil irom or occupy-
iuh iu an j iiiuonvr any 01 wio lanna 01 irm unurriiKneu,
uitlioiuiliiir miltnii ierinlaliiu, will I? pt'.-i-cui
aram-t aa Iri JipaMeri. .
i minion mcui uiuwT ati'i ouiain (.arili ana aanu
can Iai otiuliicil at tho olliei' of trie tlndirilgnnd, or
ol .'Jr. Julin II. Kobiuaon.tliclr aulhorlaxl iftit.
n. niA.viB mii.uk,
EDWIN 1'AItaONS,. .
Jar.ltf Turiloi of thuCmrcClly l'rcjerty.
I. Hlelly having dotermlned to clnso
out the balance of his roods nl the
earliest possible tiioineii- will hence
forth sell anythliigi.in ImrttlT cost, And
IiKHJTIian cost I tf
Almost giving iiwuy. Noir is selling
gout's undershirts und druwers, and In
fact everything iu Gent's underwear, so
low that -it does not look Ilku huyjiig
them ut all. It Is more llko giving them
Gent's calf boots only 3 75, ut P. Nell's
No. 70. Ohio Lovoe. ' tf.
l Ittollv has n laruo stock of hats.
, which wlll.bdsd)diAtJj'uw York" wlloftj-1
sale prices. , .....
. - rr .-rr. rr .
NOI ICi: It heraby Kiwulhat italid .io sU will
l received at hit oilier, until Itli 0'iUick, A. !,, of
Jauukry Mid, lMn, for tutldlns an appiOiClf ! lliu
nen liridgo acruaa Cache Utter, on lh AU under
County aide thartof. , f aid approach lo b.- ixty fiet
ioug, aud an fctiraKC if hI.oui i;ht fnt hiKh, tnoro
or Icm, nnd tho eatnit wHlti at tlm liridne, villi a i.uj.
on f til aid of and fotl Mid fix utuhai Wiiental to
on fot terlieal. Th liuiilmr to l. ued in ertoMni;
up an J H.pc"' u to ui' cf C""t jtitiitml Qpik plank
niiltolio plueedi liiMly t ;'ther, ao xt la'tonnuv ih
earth, ! I .f rouni oak umlr ii lo t
placid cm U, top of tho erltililoi; on tllli.reide.
Mira. r-teien-'in, l'...,. k .V Co., having .niopoftd
to tho Court u furmnh tlio lumtir'freo of rl.arK1'.
tli roMrneuir iwll not uomidvr lkr;voat nf the aamt
In Ida hid. THo fMt-Mtjt wilt b" j.-ldln.orocM on
thir county traaatiry.
AI-U, That aealwl proKaali mil l racelted at
ifort'jiJ for luihliOK "n apptowih to Ifce Vauo and
Jonribero road, from tlleneoiy loealad Lidlif,' frmn
Ji rlf.oii Martin'f farm, inlciteitiiiK th Cairo and
JciniUiru(u.id, about ihrro ipiirtetf. of n mile front
Die .MlWinippi ruer, aa followe; llriiiinn al tho top
of the tnitKuikmiiut an tho Cairo and JnnelKiro read,
rutiDin out uu .aid new roM thirty laat m n gradual
liil, to tho natural aurfarc .f tin. Kround; aad an
projeh to l-thirty.ilx f.etn. I. whero Itjolaa Iho
tViro rui'l Joneaboro r"d, narrow iriff oir ntdually
on e.eli aide to a tfi'ltli of elxti'tti leet, at Ion le.t
fr 'in the edrfi of a.ud l'iro Hid Joneaberu ro.id,Hiid
"Utiniiiiiir aixteen fe t nldeth lalnnce ef th liiii'th
oi itxapproa n. i no Kr-vJina; m niiinR to bt mi
of fMrth and cori'rd fith ood aounil irhilnorbur
ok ra.., not tru lliatt fourimihcaaipiari-, laKlero.a
e..y and iiinlurin.lly tOK'ibtr, lo brruime 1
ullhearlh lour Invhea deep in tmi renter, alnpin: oil
KMduily to two nielli., ut riihiradjre. I'ymnaiMlll
Lh' ma le tut llm ijr. nura in ordara on ihavouuty
trar ui t .ttaeh re-uUr trrm of tho Court. ,
Al.Su, Seal, d pro ".il ill 1 n-icd ai afore.
mhI, for filrm-hin; K"t acbitantial colEui and disieiU
nil. riienl lor all puuper. Mho limy ilia nl Ihu IMor
lloiim- I'lirm iliinug iliv year 1"0. Ta Milder "ill
n bin. i h.i ..I I :.t to inu. n per i-oflln, and for burylm:
tiefi pauper Ilie itbote frnee will U-paid lor in
order, "ii tli. ip .nl) ire.nury Ktea. li reu.ar Itim of
Al.SU. That uralnd iiroiHiMN Mill be rtx"eld 4
afore. aid. forifuou .uLaUnlinl rofllna and docent in.
lernient of all janeri who may di in Culro durlni;
lh year Ulv. l'eron ludilinx "id bid at an much
per i ullm and for burying caoti pAUper.
AI.- l, '1 bat .-ailed proMil will ho rtteneil ainforc-
r 4id. for allium omthe lliu limber Irom lliat portion
of the Curonnd Jona.tH.ro rou t, .tr.ilghtiinrd, atakvd
out und relocated by the eoaimlanoimra appoint 1
for thut purpi., fro .i.tady ireelc tu Mark l'roro'a
f.rini to em nil urea of one toat itlimetar, nnd under.
It? 1 1 Mitliih. ground; abd all trwti mer m1th luelir
in iiiameier au mat an ordinary wnon ran pannier
tlio .lump, and remote nil Irae, brmh.nnd oj;. fiom
Hi. Ii. s.l, mhich ii lo l four iod nlo), and to All
with i una that portiun of lliu ' Miry Moiil" through
.ni ii eui i r'ia.1 pa.i-, nuiut m ten iiiki,bbu lour
lieu feet widu wltll MOt'er I'M' on ru'h aldo lor
drumar, and build a ood .iibauntlal eulr.rt In aaid
loiUh, bemu jn.ocliua iz, T. 1''. - W, bvd ouhail
14 bo four feel wide, four fret detp and tillcrii fed
loa, ami iiiiKlo or.llia ImI or aaK plunk tolncnr
i"'k, I'd- work la lo b eoni len d on or Uforu Ihu
Crtt diyot April n-ii. I'ltyuienltobviiiaduinordcit
..ii tli- couiiij iie.ttiry.
Ilie ,.iir rneilli rlKht lo reject all I4tls In
ill., r "r all ol tae lKjioe.-.
Ily "Mi'rof tho Cvuuly Cutiit,
J. C, LYNCH,
jtifdiwlt twuniy Clerk. ,
IlETUIt.V !' TIIH.tlO.XAHCIIN.
TWO 0STIGM-ITS ONLY.
, Tho uerld rviioMot-l nnd only
MICIKK AMI tJAYI.OItD'S Ml.VriTRIIIj'H. ' '
The eldr.t Company bow Iravyling. . . ,
liO UhUntfulnhud Artists, each selected or
Mi own tycdaUfca nnd original acta, ' .
I I'llOF.fl'Il.llT.NKU'Sr.VXITlillOlTICOMO.l ha.
at u tfrrI expcu-ie bcn ensued.
Admission, 50c. Reserved Soals, 75c.1
. u;v nAVI.OKII, .MnrinKer.
JOli CMYI.Oun tV MACK, ABi'Ht.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.. .
- - r. "W "lam aal- . Hi "..111 f
jfj 'IN'i'ON, x.iif
tHiicvrfavt Iu Johu IJ, Jlarmnu A Co.,)'" f
ItKAL EjT.V'i;i:.A(U:.NT n
AUOTIO 3NT 30 23 IX .
Tho fit. Nicholas Milliard ; Hay . Jg one,
'of the largest and best burnished In 'tile'
country. It Is tho resort ol both oitlzons
,and trati(jersj-.whoilndulfe'oiblllliitd iplaW
inc. . io, it u j- 'in jv n Jaiuf.r
llnyH unil rlN"Itenl Eitiile, pay. Txe, (unlu-t-Abrt"1!
of Title, and pr)iiri'Ciiir)ni;e.i)f. all
Ind. OlllCf, No,H(Ullol,r)Ohlo l,eiro. inKrl8t(
- j ' . . r
. "J OHN W. TKOVKR & CO., U
Ileal Kstntc, Iloiid aud Stork Ilreken.. I
Will attond fn lhojment nMuitb, Wdrity iiiil'jiK
Tixcw. uiul nil bu.liw.a porlaluliiK to a (ItMCUO.
lH.OKKKAUi:. (i , .
Kioimi Stuket, aetmUdthrfrSutCom. A-U
tu i i ;
lvUxVlXIJ, V, W., M. Ih, ollicu uoor comar'.
Jil tjlxtli and Olilo IIYOO.