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NEWS OF TJIEJ3ITY.
"MONDAY, JANUAKY 10, 1370.
IiiMillleluiit notice or tho proposed
Joint meeting of tho City Council to
night, having been given, the meeting
lun been postponed until to-inorr,w
(Tuesday) evening, ut which lluio, It In
hoped, every meinour of the Council
wilt he prenont. John II. Ohkiilv,
Jan. 10, 1870. Mayor.
I'm- good fitting clothing lesd.v made
or iniuli' lo order, go lo . Noll', No 70,
1 1 ' Levee. tf
Iluve you neen iheAlanku boot? They
itif the niol eouifortahle hoot In ue. Kor
Htile ut J. Ni-IPh no 'JO, Ohio Levee. If.
.Shell ojMcrt, xanie, etc., cjii ulwuyw
U MM'iircd iu VYalltur V .SU-on'u ieliiu-
P. Ufelly huv.ng determined to clou
out the bulunce of hh good ut the
esulie.-t po.-alble moment, will hence
forth ell anything on hund atco.si'.ani)
I.KSiTIIAN VtHTl tf
At the muetliii: of tin; ftoekholderrf ol
the Cairo City Uu Company, held to
day, I). Ilurd, K-q., was elected president
of the company for the ensuing year.
I'he young folk of Metropolis have
been Indulging In a maMiuerudo ball.
Tile ' I'lmci says that forty ladles, mol
ii-.vitohiiigly e i'iiiineil, participated.
Next o Cairo, MutropolN ouii produce
the hund-onie-t young ludiei In Hgypt.
Mr. Kred .S. .Smllli, for a long time su
perintendent of the telegraplk olllce In
'ajro, but more recently of the Chicago
olllce, Is in the city ou a visit to hl fam
ily and friend. Kred Joined in the
n'rlke that emptied all the leudlni;
o nets oi me cMorn union 1 ..It-graph
ompauy oi ineir operators, ami is em-
old Cairo associations,
He wus wurmly
The pouh'H milled for at tho Hi. Nicho
las, .Saturday evening were
won on u throw of
by a gentleman connected with our rail
road Intercuts. Taking Into considera
tion that there were a hundred chances to
throw 51, H seems to us that i'J Indicates
rather poor throwing. The gentleman
who threw 42, Immediately bought up all
tho chance following his, paying tw
high us 123 for the lastone. Co, although
he won thu ponies, they stand him out
about ?100 to J150.
"Thu Illustrated bible,'
In Hii iintmt
uiii.lied toai.en tilottir. r r.,il.,.r in 11. I
' f V
thographlc copies of a pen picture, that !
lias Just been delivered ton number of '
our citizens at n cot of $10 per pair. The
labor involved in the production of ttii-it I
und protracted. We only wonder that
any one man Was blesned with the ju
tlence and physical eiiilurance utee'ury
to uccompliHli Mic 1 1 n Joli. While ue
cannot commuud it on uucount of arti
tic merit, we are neverlheless compelled
to eoiiftH thut the ooiiecplioii Is good,
and the lllu-trutiou wiinderfully ela
Culro tuks tho lead iu b.itil.shing lilt;
wliipplng post from her public school
rooms. This is an evidence of udviinc
lug civilization which wu record with
pleasure, und believe thut the day Is not
fur dl.-tant when thu school teacher who
strikes, In anger, the pupil under hi care
will bo held, not only unfit for his posi
tion, out umeiiublo to the criminal law.
While Cairn is thus showing to the world
that tho Intellectual training of our youth
Is not inseparable from blow, stripes
ami bruises, Chicago lias n brute In hu
man shape, who wus connected with one
of her schools, ou trial for murdering a
boy by blows from thu butt end of u load
ed whip. While such contrasts can be
presented we feel that ChlcagoV sneers
ut our "Kgyptlun darkness" don't hurt
us u particle.
Not having a cony of the city charter
ut hund when discussing the butchers'
license question on .Saturday, wo did not
correctly quote the paragraph under
which the council claim the rlglrt to lin
po.so a llcenM! of $200 per annum upon
that class of our tradesmen. Tho char-
terprovhles that the council shall have
power "To licence, regulate and pro
hibit butchers, and to revoke their
licenses for malcondiict In the course of
trade.'' While It was the manifest pur
pose of tho legislature to confer power
upon the council to licence, regulate or
prohibit "butchers' shops and meat
itands," t failed to. employ the best
terms for conveying that meaning.
Tho butchers claim, and with
reason too, that the legislature
did not, Itself, posses the power tho
council claims to be Invested with under
tho charter. In other words, they claim
thut the law ls unconstitutional, nnd has
been so deolnred by the Hupreme court,
because its enforcement suppresses a
legitlmnte trade. Upon this ground, and
others, they build their resistance
Connubial FelIv'lty.--Jothlng tends
moro to connubial happiness than cheer
ful uud healthy Infants and children,
Mrs, Whltcouih's Syrup Is u great chll.
diou's soothing remedy. il & w Iw,
The HI. Nlcholns Jlllllanl Hall Is one"
of the largest nnd best furnished In thu
country. It Is the resort oi both citlxoiiK
und strangers who Indulge Millard play
ing. - Junfltr.
Uso Kudur'ri Chill
Cure. "It never
To do housework in n small family.
Good wage and pleaant homo.
Apply toQ. l'.'LMriioivs.iit the queens
ware House on Tenth .St., or at house,
corner 5th and Walnut, lit.
The family grocery business heretofore
conducted under tho name of Mrs. B.
vVood, has passed Into the hands of IJ. I
Echols &Co., and will under that name
and tdylo, be continued. All debls due
.Mrs. Vood must be paid to thenewllrm,
and ull ilobbvnwingiby her will be paid
by them. . . ..
Jali-in.1870.3t. 1$. V. Ktiint.H.
Klimd for Kaiubllrijr.
One Mr. Jirowuer being beaten out of a
lot of money by one Mr. Lee Harris, en
i tered complaint before 'squire Shan
I n cms, and procured Harris' arrest. Tho
case being mudo out, Harris was Mud $10
and easts. Tho squire correctly con
eluding that there must, In every In
stance, bo two parties to all beta
and games of chance, could not hold Mr.
ilrowuer entirely guiltless, so ho imposed
, a llko line upon him. Uoth purlieu left
the olllce, therefore, about $15 poorer
than they entered It. The arrest was
made by nlgnt policeman. Wm, nnd
I I'nti-li.L- (Vt:,tl
UU Uu I IT.
Decidedly the coldest term of the new
year him been experienced since .Satur
day mnrmnv. .Strong lee was found ou
i neiuhhoring ponds and sloug he, und
yesterday morning no less than a hund
red men and boys were scudding hither
and thither on Its glusiy aurfuce, taking
the llrt "good kato" of tho Mason. Of
course a cold snap that forms Ice of that
kind at Cairo, places an embargo upon
the navigation of the Upper Mississippi
river It teaehes.St. Louis a lesson which
s,o seems to forget every Spring und
.Summer, that she is Just 185 mile above
the head of uninterrupted navigation.
It Is in times lik e these that that city,
Cairo, and in fact u large portion of the
Northwest, feel the want of the Culro fc
.St. Louis railroad. It Is to bo hoped that
that want will not be felt mnci longer.
At a meeting of the board of Alder
men, held in tho city council chamber
on Monday thu Jird lust., the following
preamble und resolutions were adopted
Whereas, Alderman John P. Gibson,
has been suddenly removed by death,
from his seat among us, we. therefore,
members of thu Hoard of Aldermen of
the city of Culro. Illinois, do herubv.
. - ... r ' ?
"t,0'Y.et l hat III tho-death of Alder-
K'S? ,SC!Sres'emSlett from
her council, one who was always ready
u defend whatever ho conceived to bo
(',r u',r. KTl'' 'l"'11'" otIwlnir what
iic iirnetcu iu u! againsi ner intcrei-1.
and ever vlirllunt in tin- illsnlmr.... r uu
, Jolvtol, That we deeply sympathize
with hi- family In their bereavement,
i Itfolt!i, That us u toktn of repect to
( his memory tho members of this Hoard
i will w.'ar the umiuI badge of mourning
mi me eu arm, mr ininy nays
Jtco(wJ, 'J'luita copy of the
conv of tlit-M' iirn(i'iwl,
nigs nun rctoiuuous oe seiiLlo tliu fain-
ily of the deceased, and aI.o be published
in Hie Culro Kveulng 'Hulletiti.'
1 iirnvrl aiirt I'ImuL Itoiuts, Hi Men, f-U:
The mnetiiig of tlio couucil to-night,
while considering measures looking to
the advancement of the Interests of tho
city, should not ignore tho existing
necessity for improved communication
with tho. surrounding country. To bring
tho matter "lore directly to the attention
of our authorities wo would suggest that
a committee, to consist, tmy of two mem
bers from each branch of tho couucil and
three clflzens, he appointed to determine
what additional gravel, turnpike, or
plunk roads, bridged or culverts aro nec
essary to uirord the required communi
cation with the neighboring
regions In Missouri, Kentucky
and iu our own 8tute; and
also tho host modo for obtaining the
funds uecesiary to build thu same, and
to complete such ni are already under
way. The result of audi investigation
should be reported to tho couucil ut the
earliest practicable moment, and such
action taken us may be called for. If
the couucil will tuko hold of this mutter
In earnest, ami employ such means us
lie within Its reach to. furnish the sur
rounding coYintry easy uud permuuent
communication with our city, u year
will scarcely elupso before, In our In
crease of local trade, the wisdom of the
Investment will mnko it sol f manifest!.
Xuturo 1ms been wonderfully kind
to Cairo, but there is a
work for man to do, and our thrift uud
prosperity depend upon the manner lu
which that part Is performed. In the
manner Indicated the council can uc
cumpllsh a good work, uud any steps it
may tuko lu thut, direction will com
mand tho hearty ondorsomout of every
well-wisher of tho city.
Messrs. "Wa)kor & Slsson have fitted up
n ladies restaurant In elegant style,
wheroTiuiy'patrons will be-entirely fret
from interruption and Intrusion from the
rougher hex, und where overy luxury of
the season can he obtained ou a few niin- i
utcb'-notlce. There is n Indies' entrance
to this restaurant, und whether coming .
or going, lady patrons will bo entirely i
secure fiom contact with tho genVletneif. y
guests of the hotel. I'olito uud attentive f
wuitcpi w) always be lu uttendunce to ;
receive orders. ' Ja'ulOtf. ,!
A Massachusetts grund Jury bus fourxil
v. ... - 1 1 r
thirty, six iudiotment-t ugalnat tlio JteV
' Chuv. Rood, hut it hasn't found Rood, J
'Jli on Nlutlt Xot Commit Adultery"'
A'e nro not proparod to nay that tho
JUv. Bltnou Marshall, of tho Second col
o'ed Baptist church of this city, hits
iolated this commandment, but it Is a
fict, nevertheless, that u colored brother
issuyed tho clefting of Rev- Klmoti's
ikull with u hatchet, for undue intimacy
vlth his, tho colored brother's, wife.
Theru wus un nugust conclave of elders
ind deacons, lu Elder Shore's church
yesterday, nnd tho Ilev. Blmon's lutrig
tes were fully vcntlllnted. It wus proven
Uut he had ut leust transcended minis
terial bound?, and the Judgment of tho
conclave was that tho Itev. Simon should
go overboard kfrom tho "good ship of
Xion," on which ho had boon sailing,
"since here ho had been." Accordingly
the reverencd gentleman was dismissed
from tho ministry, and turned outof tho
church, his ollcnse being one that could
not be covered up by tho mantle of char
ity. 'Ilio I.etce I'lank tloail ltcpalra.
Ciin, III., Jiminry bth, It-"').
Hon. Jn. II. Obsrl)':
Dkau Silt: There seems to be much
dissatisfaction among those most Inter
ested touching tho delay of the lumber
ordered for repairs ou tho Loveo plunk
roud; uud to assure you and others, thut
I have done my duty iu the premises, 1
bog leave to state, that within un hour
after getting the order to do so, I gavu
written older to the contractors for tdty
lumber for tho amount us instructed by
the chairman of the Street Committee.
Tho order Was sent ut oucu to sererul
mills, auditho lumber promised at once,
two car loads to bcllvcred tho next week,
and tho balunce tofollow soon. I was
assured, ou Saturday, that thero would
no doubt be several car loads iu the first
of this week, and that every etl'ort had
been, and should be made, to till the or
der us soon as possible.
Most Respectfully Yours,
O. 1 Lyon.
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As upon tho previous evening, the
large audience assembled ut tho Atheu
euin, were well pleased with the doings
and sayings of Skin" ami Gaylord's min
strels, uud quite delighted with Prof.
Sch u liner's l'uuithcoptlcoulcon, or poly
ramie views. Some of these views were
grund and uwe-lusplriug; others beauti
ful In the gorgeousness of their colors
and perfection of their details, and still
others, such as '-Soldier's dream of home,'
h study tho spectator might pursue for
hours, with absorbing interest.
From Cairo the troupe go to Centiulla.
Their success hero was all they had
reason to hope fur, and quite all the
building rendered possible.
Parties who have beeu iu the habit ot
entering upon tho lauds surrounding the
city, and removing timber and eurth
therefrom at pleasure'; and those other
parties who, without permission, have
erected huts upon uud enclosed nnd cul
tivated portions of tho sumo hinds, are
admonished by u notice iu another
column, thut they are tresspassers, and
lu tho future will be dealt with as such.
St. Nicholas Hotel, Juumuy nth, 1S70.
Wm. Andrews, Mllwuukee; JumesK.
Holler, Chicago; J. A. P. Tetieyck, Wil
liam's Port, Pn.; T. W. Hrudy, Chlcugo;
It. It. Iteu, St. Richmond; Z. Horsey,
Chlcugo; J.Adams, Fuirlleid, Iowa; S.
V. Lewlf, Villa Rldgo: A. R. Cummings,
N. Y. city; II. A. Walke, .Mound City;
Wm. Reaves, N. Y. City; R. Moore, Mo.;
M. McRedmoud, Mo.; W. Herrlngton,
Mo.; J. W. Gngory, Clarkton, Mo.; O.
llagerty, steamer Henry Ames; Y. P.
Glrard, Villa Rldce; K. Helstnnd, New
Orleans; S. Welch, St. Louis, Mo,; Jus.
Morgan, Houston, Ala.; John Stoker,
Centralln; J. Nordllnger, New York
city; J. Gaster, Jerseyvllle; I. Kinsley,
Jersey ville; T. M. Kerby, Ken
tucky; 1 Barnard, New York city;
8. J . Hamor, City; It. Watson, Paducah ;
W. A. McCTelltttid, Tennessee; J. St.
Ledger, Ulllu, Illinois; James A. Miller,
Ky.; R. J. Smith, Mo.; R. S. Riddle,
It. R. Taylor. Hullulo, N. Y.j J. N.
McLeod, City; Geo. J. Koehler, Evans
The alarm of llro Saturdoy evening,
that occasioned such u noisy clanging of
and such a hurried running to and fro,
owed Its origin to tho burning of soot
from the flue of n building near the con
vent. There wus u prompt lerponse on
the part of tho tire department uud thu
people to the signal given, but, fortuna
tely, there wus no work to do.
A gentleman of our acquulutauco, dis
cussing tho subject of vocul mublc,
thought It quite strange that tho female
Voice was naturally uu octave higher
than thu mulo voice. "I don't think It
strange at nil," tartly replied u lady lis
tener. "The women are that much high
er than tho men lu ovvrythlug."
It was subsequently ascertained thut
the lady hud beeu Reading the Chicago
Agitator.'" ' :
Tho enterprising proprietors of the elty
brewery uro availing themselves of thu
opportunities furnished by (lie present
cold snap to stock their ico house. Al
though tho ice Is not n thick us the
greut blooks thut rouch, us from Peorlu,
Hock Island und Chicago, it serves their
purpose quite us welX' uH.jt.ho best, viz:
o cool their beer vaults or uollar. Their
co house, which Is located directly abovu'
their cellar, has a capacity, we belive, of
J V vJ-J
I An lowu paper advertises for "u girl to
Ifttin tho printing trade, who will wear
pants and saw wood."
Firl CliikK I.lfi- IiiMiirnuec.
nnce Co., rcprescntetl in this city by Mr.
A. Comings, places It within the power
of every man to cecurc llrst class life In
surunce. An iiuvauiie payment of eight
dollars and an nnniliil payment of $2
secure a policy for live thousand dollars.
When notice Is given of tho death of a
member, within forty days each surviv
ing member forwards to the Treasurer of
the company the .sum of one dollar and
ten cents. A payment of $15 for tho pol
icy aud annual payment of $3, secure in
suranco for$5,000 on thollfoof koth hus
band nnd wife. Tho company Is purely
mutual; and experience has shown ,li lo
be cheap and odectlve. jau73t.
JIuhIiipmh Hoimo far Kent.
That eligibly situated business house
No, 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply on the premises.
The Continental la the only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors'. Warrntited'ln
ull respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Tho largest stock, of over conts In tho
city, at P. FefPa, No. 79, Ohio Levee', tf
The stock of llk hats at.Millor A Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles and
the tinest make of the .scaot Thi'
variety Is very great, .tip s.took large,
and prices have been regulated to liar
monlze with the times. Call lrrand ex
amine. 1 - 4 - tf
Tin St. .lrlioliui Hotel niirt ilmtniirnut.
This popufarundellgibiyioCated house
of public enterlhiutneiit is. now llttcd
and'furnlEhcd Uiroughoutln good siyle;
nnd, under the Ttiahu'gertIent,of lessrs.
Walker it Slsson, ly doing n Wgo und
thriving .buslnuss. It. is kept upon ,t,ho
Kurdpeun iilari th'6 .gifest .cillTAg--for
what he wants when he-'whi'its it, wheth
er In .the day oruiKirtVuve, and- paying
ouly for-B'hnjiob'rddfs.- Tli"6 r6bms uro
large und clean, Turnlflhqd with the best
of beds and hfcddln, while all other fea
tures of-thu eatubUshnieutjuru .arranged
wltli nti ' bspdciubeyu'to ttiecowiofl apd
convenlcjic'e of the ctitai. ' - JaCtr
The Kgyptlun blucklng ylyesr;Qio( bst
polish of tiny iu tho market and, with
the least labor Manufactured by rj.,H.
Phillips, Crner-Vh-ihrr?ston iVvemlehiid
11th sc. Forsulehy Ol- Boltulu;, P G.
Hchuh, I). ArtendcCor, and M. J.McGnu-
"- - r
Ouo of tho five troupes engaged In the
ilistributlou of that medical wonder
known us the WIzaid Oil, has arrived In
Culro, their couwyinuiu being u jor
geousiy painted aud cdatly vehlcln drawn
by four gaily cnparlsoued und uprightly
steeds, During their ftuy lu tho city
the troupe will give u series ofVrca fcirect
concerts, at Intervals, In which the pub
lie will learn of the properties of the
Wizard Oil, which by the way, nmy al
ways be found at Hurcluy's. It.
20 day hoarders, ut tin St. James
Hotel, I'orner Elgin trlct nnd Ohio
Levee. First'Clas table ut four dollais
per week. dlw.
The Xew Vnr,
Hegln It right, by buying, for cash, )
of J. H. Melcalf, No. i 1132 uud 331 Wnsli.
A v., who has enlarged both houso and
stock, uud Is now prepared to supply cus
tomers with the bent of all kinds of staple
uud funcy groceries, tpiccnsMure, crock
ery, glnsswnre, yellow und Hocking
hum ware, table and pocket cutlery.
All kluds of salt llsh, green, dried, uud
canned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr
ups, line teas, collees and sugars,
choice table butter ulwnys ou hand, lu
short, everything usually kept liua tlrst
class grocery; besides notions Ido'num
erous to mention, w of which will be
sold ut the .our, flfjuici. ' tf.
Knit Jacket-i, ull wool, at the actual
cost, ut P. Nefl'd, No. 7, Ohio Levee.
NelPs is tlie place.to buy your .Shirt.,
lie has on hand a mn-'iiitlceiit ntock
at iirlccn that defy competition, For in
Htaucu all wool thiiinel hhlrtH, one dol
lar und a quarter eaeli well made. tf.
11)0 dozen genuine I'-iikIIhIi and Llnle
threud bockn, ut u h'reut reduction iu
former ju lcenit Peter NelPn, No.7!i, Ohio
Go to P. NcIPh for tho most fashion
uble clothing. tf
Pitcher tt Henry'rt Jurj;o stock of lnird
wure, cutlery, tooln, stovcH, tinware, etc
wlll.be aold without regard to cost. tf
Normun'u Chalybeate Cough .Syruj la
no humbug. Try It nnd bo convinced'.
S. J, Humm, ageut, corner C'ommerclul
avenue aud Kighth Htreet. Ja7-lw
- - - - - ,
1)6 you want a Htyllih hut? NetPa Is
tho pluce uud the only place to Hud
them, of all thu latest fashion uud In
Kreat nbundance. Ills stock; In lITl'sifiTc,
cannot be equalled ill Oulro. 1 ' tf. "
thiu, of the heat remedlen ,tor 7roujii
ever uincoveretl Is Normau'(- Ohulybettte
Cough Byrtip. H. J, Humm, agent,: our,
ner Commercial avenue und lClghth'
street. " "fa7-lv
j The complete-it ntoch of gentlemen's
furnlihing goodH iu o city i to Jue
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
ho a remarkable want, lndfcW in '(lill
Uno that (hey cnnottli?liwtoJrllyupply
at tho very lowest flRiires ruling In the
Almost giving uwuy. Nell' is selling
gent'a undershirts and drawers, and In
fact eveo thing in (tent's underwear) so
low that It does not look like buying
them at all. It Is more like giving them
Gent's culf boots only il 75, ut P. Nell's
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
P. Itlelly has a largo stock of huts,
which will bo sold at New York whole
ship prices. jttf. .
JOTICK. i A -
To The Tex Payer. r Alexaiuler Conn.
ty mill Ntnte of lllliio.
Tlie (ut l'xJoll (s now ni liiin.li'nni! for the piir
poH of collcptlnK Ui Mlale, County, UpvaM. 1'auiior,
stiil OnlrittS-liool tasci now due.ntiil for the) cur A.
U. 1(mj9, I will I at Cairo in my offlce oicry duv.dHr
lntlmmontlnif FMmiiiry, Jsto. '
Attholioii'oor Jacoh Uatllinr. In HatlcwooU Vtv
cinct, on vilne(iar( Mnrch notli, ISTO.
At the ntcreor John Knuib, in Cnlty Praclnct, on
Tluirsclny, Mnrch ait, 1370. ' '
At lh ton-of It. A. EJmoBjnn. In Cle-rCriuk l're
clnot.on MbhilsV, ApHI 4t!i, ls:o. y' '
At ihn School llotui-,, jiwir TJifjiim J. McCllire's in
Clear Creek I'rwlnrt, on Thtlrmlny, April Alii, Is;.
At Iho toriif.l. (i. UolwinR. In the town or Thebu
on Uf.lncoday, April Ctli, H;u. .
At tin, .tote .r-Mrt. r. H6irner, al ftaU Fe o'n'
TlmrnJaj-, April ;th, ls;o. u . 1 . . -.i
At .(lie tori. f M. I. (luiUr, In iooe Il.iuil,on
Irul.iv, April Mli, u;c. "
At lio houe ef TjoniB.s Martin, In Dogtooth, on
-iitnriliy, April ttti, ls;o.
ttt)"lo ihuse who mi peronil tax, Im nn-anil pay
it ami mu cos "uu 1 Mull do nil in luy pun ft u
olkr t aterilalUrcbarguil on thoTgi Ueok aouord
iDiftolnir. e-lio nrn nmt rliiK yonrfnfmer llrrelpu or'TfiTTr '
ditciUinonlerthanliuil-ierliPtioniiof your landi'mv
lo found readily. J(, j(. JlTKlIt.
i-ii'tiii unu i.x.innrio i enrrtoriir Alcxtimlvr ( u.
Co!lri;tor Dffi Cairo, III., Jhii. Till. A. It. ld.
I7IUU BALK. t'UKAI'-.Vew CotUK- and thiee
x. loia.romeri.ocii-iun'i fixieenin tri'ia.
OIIKKK OlhllKKT. kU
CO., Hour .Morohnnl-, 133 Ohio
AJ.llltltaiT. r.r.., Altornoy-nt.Ijiw, cor irr
Twilflli and Wiiwhaigton.
4 I.l.i:.V, Wi:illl A: Ilt'TI.Kn. Attorny-at
corner Klcvenlli and Commercial aire line.
BAllC'I-lV IIHOS-, Vliolcal Mid retall'ileal.
ers iu Drugs Median, vie, No. 74 itlhlu
llOVI.i:, COIti:i.IL'.S, Tailor, UU Cniniirlal
J avenm-. , i !
BA.J, l lltST AATIOXAI,, C. N. 'Itnghc-,
C'.ishier, Ohi l.etec. , . , .
BANK, C1TV XATIOXAI,, A. II. ftittonti
( -hif r,Ulii' l.eu-e i
C1A.Mi:t: A .MOIIIIIN, InMiriUirr. Agftitl, ctlj'
N.it i mil 1'ntiH uuililiiis. ' 1
QimLr'Ka"l-l Hour tMBhnnt, MH ihlojl.eVi e.
llfl i ll, Mt liof.AS, llenlor InTfoy.
J. Kcl lcn, earner KlnTeoiliiUid WahliiK
Gt It I'.I'.X, C. AV., Win or to t-'wllia, (iri sn & tii
f Klo.ir A:nt nmt Colnlnicilou UfJuitit, Uliiu,
&- lfl,lli:itr. Ationievii-nt l.a: m
rooms i! and i typtln llhK k.
HUI.i;., II. 3t.f Oroecr and Coinini-nnu
Mcr liant, 7i Ohio l.nfi'.
HVI.A.VJ. JXO., Liquor HUoon. ConotietiM
Avenue, lu tnii .Nmili and Tontli mrn t-. ' ' "
I I i.mii:, CHAN.
T., I'ortf.irdliif Afiit Mid
At proprietor. i i.. ..I .; .1
TTAItltKI.I II. fi., Iirulur la rarultura unit
J J. hon- funi 'i.iii; iod, lJnud i7, Umii. A'.
I l.il. f.i;v, A., h .ileriii Muw .ni l ImajM
aa. " umi.iiijriorr nvoiiiie.
ma lUid'-ijiiiinin nm m. p mut, ;o OhNo'J.ekij,
. 1 I i:itlli:ur, l.oris," In.rniei.riinrium,'. ,
! .1.1. r.it. ti . I.y :iun HIO.-K, oli.o l.eno. ' '
I IAI.MIIAY, ItltOS., Iirniritl :enti.
I 1AX.MI.V, IIOIIACi:, MKtl,irr nil.
JI '"'.' , lu loiiiiii.inlid Arrlilio.
HI till US, . .v., Innunini'i) intent,'
. Nut '.u.-il llunk III. MHU, Ohio I.okv,,
Hi:.Vlli:it.S), V. Jleulir in Moveainud
Tiii.in, Leiiif . u Kit riitli uud T41I11I1, Comr
Il.lH.l., M.U., Dry 0d iui3 Orovvie, nei ,
JV 'or- I'Mhii-viilh nnd 1'npUr, and eornr Siitli'
nii'i Coiiiliur- uljiti'iiuo, ' ' '
LrAI'l'l'.1IA.Vi J. f.f M uiwiiin anifMli-iu "iidi-' ' '
JV r. HllrlDlh. I U it'll Walnut nnd Cnlar.
JOIIII, A., iHnlcr lit Aivh nnd iieer, amrMaiiii.
J Uclnrer of Mnii'MI nnd da Wiiu-r, Klulilh.
in mien Cedar nnd Walnut
J A (., .MILS. A.N'.XA, .Millmer iiiid Ilnnlcr in
J 1 un.y lino.!-, IVnlh, betneen Waolilnctriit ami
U iilnti! '
I Al ri'.oil KU H.i i. i'.i....ti.'T,T.TTTi
1JL pn prii lor, Nivjlti .1 Co,'. th!k, Ohio Leve.v ..
l cin:Krw. "'I'.". Ai'ilitO., liroomT l-aetoffl
ijJL KourlfiliiJiMirivn Wnlmit and Cedar, , "
i ii.i.iiit a" .MiT.i.T:it, .MerJKuui riurTuti
1X Clulliier. Wjlhlo l.etee. ,
1 t'l.lillV. .V A 1. 1. "Si" It'll I'll "i n. i....."
4L luj.u 0.:ttr, roonHT and II Winter. Illoek.' '
MI."1'CA I.F, J. 11., Fairiily Orocor,' Wuriliii:iuu
aii ime, opponui Conn llom,
V :'', a'lilt, I'lutbiur "and Merchant "IlilVif"
ll lit VHn 1 1.. uo.
JAItKi:il A V 111 1. 1, isTcwn wi i. . Imi and' i op
Xmiriluix M e r li mi, ..r Tt nlli und Uhli lnor.
Oil I I.I.I I'SCAlf. j. Mi, Kurwanllm- and
X t innirion Mer haiit und to h.irilKjnl propnelor.
pITI.'UlIlt V lUIMtV, iMaler. Ii. llnrdiTu!7
J. el.; , liiuiiiK rvla an-niie, bHr i'M Klriontli und
'jAltSO,S, DAVIS A ., Wliolevih. Ilialeu
.1 in qm i njwrtrej ; n,i Tlmrniuu Itlmik.
J)IIII.I,IIS, J. 11., Ktuiiil) Unvjr, ooni.r K.mit-'
leiiihnnd Vnliiiihiii, ,
i . iiKi.u .v ni. ut:, 'i.iWt. iii WuiiraTtrs
.1. I'.iiil,i , ei Ohio l.i veu. '
i ot in t;i.i., w. ii. .i:ilo;."i"u,Uu ''"nSdiM,"
JV hint. Mit-r .v i., m Dliio I.evee.
RIUM.V, i; .Dry tlo-dt mid .Voiro'nr?Vr7ir '
M.xtti und ( uiiiiimriuil, . i ..
C.nVTii, ii Vc co., Vhl.lfl.0..u7o77r7,uln, 1
ij tiipiur li'.iler, (lino l.eu-e.
i-t'Hiriiat, w, ll Wlio7,a1,T tViTr'Tu i.r
O ipiura. lo'iicen nudCiKar., 7J Qliin iMnee. 1
(".Mini, W, It., I'liyaivmuaad iuruean, luHCoiii- '
oi rj.vi:itiii:i(u, .i.,1iook "iTuidir MiiV.Tiiuiiin.- 1
J turor, 7a Ohld l.eren, (
h'Airi. 1'., De'-lp r in ciiiirV'fniol,7ilonKH'riwii
iuid Uftierrltjtrturiint, lliaCoiimieriilid uoimi
OTit.Vl'l'OX, c llllt, U'li'ulvw.'lirur, una
n t 'iiiiiiunioii Meruhiinli, A7 Ohio l.evco.
' jllttlVl H, J.VO. W. di. CO., Tuotieri 'ili'i.r'KT
J. I'hnnao livdlvrn, I, tlum rout turunr Ulkhth and
Holiiliierciiil " ,
' I 'f".'10:? !..v" Voider ii l.nmttir, ItHZn,
J Nih, em,, I '. 'niorntnn' Illoek.
,.l.OS?AS.i '' I S'HIl ud OlfltmeiUuT,,.
' Xtitil'v,' Uneineiit Cjly ftiitjonal l.iuk liiilldlu '.,
ijumat, liltos., hi.iuFer7,md7wve7Jl ,
I. near tornvr i:uhili ami Ohio l'ier
ri.ciiT, I'., Dealer ni l
Dealer i'i liioeerie, rTriiiu ii37.
VlXKXO.V, C IU d K.liilo'AViTl,' TP
l.oici', dwoitd lima-, , ..I..
Vtril.l.IA.MNO.V, J. li, Wnolwnln oiSltv'an.t
Tl i onim)tioiiMrrdliiil,"iOliiii Uivue . ...
Tll.SOX, NA.III.., Denier m IK'tlrflKri liud
itrourriei. nuiHi j l.ev e ,
. A lllllllliuuill luilUtiflllrill. 1 .. i. '
Kveiy p"-rrinnH j in N it W iii (ho "XIX CICV -
jyilV ' IMIjIic.Iiiiii Co. , ut I'lurleaton, S. U., ris:eie
but tupetlj taiiali( for. t( year, and a' copjrof W' 1
Ur of thrnVaverly .oveh vr Hi work orChaili Mi
IVokenii that may b delimited. Bpeclinen nuiniwr ' v'
wUli (ircuilum lit, 35.i
j uvx Joor tu City
H. II., Dealer lu Dry Uooda,
Nutioiul lunlc Uilldinj, Ohio-