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NEWS OF THE CITY.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1870.
For good fitting clothing ready Hindu
or miulo to order, go to 1. Nell', No 7!),
Ohio Luveo. tf
Have you seen thcAlaslca boots? They
- Hrc Hie most comfortable boot In uho. For
sale at P. NoIPh no 79, Ohio Levee, tf.
Hindi oysters, game, etc., can alwayB
be secured at Walker & Hls-on's reslail
rant. Nov 1! If
1. hlelly having determined to close
out tho balance of ills goods ut the
earliest possible moinont, will hence
forth Hell anything on liund at cowhand
LKS4TJIAN COST I tf
To do housework In a smull family
Good wages and pleasant liome.
Apply to LMM'amonH ut the queens
ware House on Tenth St., or at house,
corner 6th and Walnut, at.
100 dozen genuine Kngllsh and Lisle
thread nocks, at a great reduction in
former priccs,at Peter NelPs, No.7l), Ohio
Connubial Felicity. Nothing tends
tnore to connubial happiness than cheer
fid and healthy Infants and children.
Mrs. Whltcomb's Hyrup la a great chil
dren's soothing remedy. d & w 1 w.
Tho Ht. Nicholas JSIIllard Hull U
of the largest and best furuished In
country. It Is the resort of both citizens
and-strangers who Indulge billiard play
Chill Cure. "It novor
i Do you want a stylish.hat? NolFs Is
tho pluco and the only phioo to find
them, of all the latent fashion and in
' great abundance. Ills stock. In thin lino,
cannot be equalled In Cairo. tf.
Tho Continental Is the only cook stove
with lidlug oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The largest stock, of over coats In tho
city, at P. FcfPii, No. 79, Ohio Lor to. tf
The stock of silk hatu at Miller & Mill
er's comprises the Tory lutest style and
the finest tuako of the season. The
variety In vory great, tho stock large,
, and prices have been regulated to liar
mnnlte with the times. Call In and ex
Neff'a Is tho place to buy your Shirts,
He has ou hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For in
stance all wool flanuel shirts, one dol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf.
Tit Nl. .MrholuM llotrl mtil Kralaiirant
This popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good style
and, under the management of Messrs
Walker & Hlsson, Is doing a lurgo and
thriving business, It is kept upon th
European plan tint guest culling for
what ho want when ho wants It, wheth
er in the day or night lime, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tho rooms arc
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of bods and bedding, while all other fwi
tures of the establishment are arranged
with an especial eye to tho comfort mid
convenience of the guests. JuOtf
Tli Now Tr.
lieglti It right, by buying, for cash
or J. II. Motcalf, Nii. 83siiin! 8.11 Wash
A v., who has oiilurgud both house am
stock, and is now prepared to supply eus
turners witli the Ut of ull kinds of staple
und fancy groceries, queeiiHwaro, crock
""JS glassware, yellow and Kocking
hum ware, table and pocket cutlery
All kinds of salt fish, green, dried, and
euiiued fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr
lips, Hue teas, col lees and sugars,
choice table butter always on hand. In
short, everything usually kept In a first-
tfhiKH grocery; besides notions too mini
vroim to mention, ull of which will bo
sold at the fouVW flyura. tf.
The completes! wtoch of geutlomen's
furnishing goods in tho olty , Is to ho
found at Miller nnd Miller's. It would
l a remarkable want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling In tho
Tho Lashes' Restaurant fitted tip by
Messrs. Walker & Hlsson, is directly hi
connection with the St. Nicholas Hotel,
where tho most respectable ludles and fam
ilies of tho olty may tako meals or lunch
es In perfect quiet, and without tho least
fear of coming lu coutaet vrith objootlon
able characters. It will be kept In first
class style for first clau custom. Pollto
and attentive waiters will always be In
attendance, and patrons will always
command the most courteous treatment
Pitcher & Henry's large stock of hard
ware, eutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, eto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
a ! XickUl Lost.
gold neeklaoe, plain rouad shall,
with rouud tlasp, was lost lomwhere on
tho Ohle Lavee oa Friday night last.
Tho finder will be liberally rowarded ay
leaving same with Messrs Walker and
Hlsson, at the Nl. Nicholas Hotel .8t
CITY IjIGENSK LAW.
K.A rcl (hut Should be Jt'llTCfl.
that all licenses Blinll
expire on tho
1st day of ,' January,
the City Council! no doubt prevent
much confusion, and enforced a unifor
mity that insures a moro ueueral observ
ance of the ordinances in that connect
ion. The arrangement, however, oper
ates as a great hardship In many Instan
ces, and ought to bo changed, Perhaps
It is well enough that licenses that cost
no moio than $10 should not be granted
for u less period than one year; but we
can see no valid objection to tho Issue of
the moru expensive (licenses for
periods of tlireo and sir month?. It of
tou oocura that oltlreus who are com
pelled to tako out licences, contemplate
closing out their business In tlireo or six
months; tho leasehold Jupon their pro
perty may expire; they may contem
plate a change of business, otc. In such
cases it is a real hardship to exact
liconses fora full year.
Tho city does not, or should not, want
something for nothing, yet she ex
acts It from every citizen who is com-
iwill.ijl lit nn yr ftii. fi t iv.il irnmmiHi u
IUIIV1I V. ... I 1. , w -... w .. .
lleense to cover a six months,' or per
haps tlireo mouths' business. When tho
license cost ?60 or $100,'tho exaction is a
severe one, and hi sonic cases
might deter the applicant from en
gaging In business nl all.
Tile remedy for tills Is plain and sim
ile. If the Council will provide that all
licenses that coatovcr$10 may expire on
the 1st of January, tho 1st of April, tho
1st of July or tho 1st of October, ull the
ends aimed ut under the present ordi
nance may bu achieved, and no hard
ship car. bo complained of by any one.
It is, perhaps, unnecessary to elaborate
the subject. Our reference to the mat
ter is suggested by tho evidence wo
have had of tit hardships Imposed by'
the operation of tho present ordinance--evldonco
which has scarcely escaped tho
notice sf a single member of the City
No announcement of tbo candidacy of
any person for tho office, of Mayor,
Clerk, Treasurer, City Attorney or
Marshal will be inserted in the 'Jlulle
tlu' for loss than ?." 00, la advance. An
nouncements of candidates for the Select
Council and hoard of Aldermen will bo
mado for 2 00, In advanee. Attention
will do called to each announcement:
i..., i.. ...ut
uui, in no ur.so, win any eaiinnai rq
marksthatcan beeonstruod into a "pun""
of either of the contesting candidates
for nomination y the Democratic party
be Inserted In these columns. Gentle
men who desire to call attention of tho
public to tho superior qualifications of
their friends for either of tho ofllcei to
bo filled; muy doso at tho coil of ten
cents a Hue. This announcement will
not Wo modified in any particular.
Tfce Allitucam, Motiiiny vnt Tiio.iUy
A grand exlilbltlon of dissolving views
liroduced by calcium light, will be given
la tho Atheiietim on Monday anil Tiics
day nights, with a m itlnou Tuesday af.
ternoon. The views aro, In the main,
Illustrations of scjues dcicrlhyd In tho
bible, etichiH Christ '.tiling tho tempest;
tho creatl u of the world, Mosos bo hold
ing the Promised hand, the miracles of
Christ; Saul and the witch of Kndor,
etc., otc. Thoso who havo attended tho
exhibitions pronounce the views to bo
grand in conception, and most beautiful
und Ilfe-llko In execution. They have
commanded crowded houses wherever
exhibited, und will bo apt to do so lu
Cairo. Admission 35 cents, children, 10.
Julia HyUitU fur Trcmturrr.
Mr. Joint Hyland, City Treasuror, an
nuunees himself to-day as u candidate
for ro election.
Til it Kitcllir liu lircii Snlil.
Honietlino ago the city advertised a
small engine for sale. As almost tnry
thing advertised in tho 'Ihilletln' Huds
ready sale, It was not long until u pur.
chaser for, the engine turned up. As tho
Mayor is Interrogated almo.t dully, by
lottor and otherwise, us to the size, von -
dltlon und prlco of tho engine, this is to
Inform all parties concerned that the
said englno 1ms beou sold. We hope "no
further explanation will not bo un
necessary." Church nfllir Itrilpruirr,
hellglous services, tholtuv. Mr. Conn,
of Mllwakee, olllciatlng, will be held lu
tho Church of tho Redeemer, to-morrow
(tiuuday)at half past 10 o'clock u. in.
I'ho public Is respectfully Invited.
Tho bull given for tho honellt of Mrs.
O'l.ttughlln, last night, was a "rou.icr."
1 ho room was filled to repletion.
We are glad to mention thlsfuct, as the
widow is charged with tho support of
flvosinuli children, and lias no means
for making money hut a uso other naked
Tho amount realised will be a substan
tial help to her, and will
provide foed andclothlng for
her. family during tho bal-
auce of tho winter.
ush" Endori' Stomach
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Soventh and Klghtli street, Is u first class
heuso of entertainment, kept upon the
restaurant orEuropeau etle, furnishing
oysters, game or meals on short notice in
the best stylo. Also elegant rooms and
beds for truiiBlcut guests, Patronago
respectfully solicited. Janl2 tf
foEUUIiAll IWKKTIIVCa OF THE
Cairo, III., Jmi ID, 1H70.
Present Ills lion, tho Mayor , and
Oouncilmon harclay, Martin, O'Calla
hau, ltuardeu and Williamson 4.
Tho readiness of the Cotiucfl to pro
ceed to tho transaction of business being
announced, tho Clerk presented a re
no. t, from the l'lmuico Commlttoo, con
taining various recommendations which
report was received and the rocommen
dations adopted by tho hoard of Alder
men, and came boforo this Hoard for
concurrence, and on motion tho action
of the Jlourdof Alderulen was concurred
In, and tho recommendation of tho Com
inittee adopted, by the following vote
Ayos-'Harclay, Martin, Roardeu, Wll
The report of a spuelal.commlttbo hero-
toforo appointed to mako final Bottle
ment with F. hross, police magistrate,
upon a proposition submitted in tho
Council by him; recommending that
5170,00 In city scrip bo paid to him upon
ills written receipt, to tho olty of all
claims against tho city for services and
cost up to tho Oth, day of October 1809;
and that Ho bo paid hereafter tho sum
of $2" 00 per month, having heretofore
been adopted and the, recommendation
therein, contained concurred In by the
board of Aldermen, was presented and
read in this board for concurrence,
Councilman Jtcarden moved that tho
action of the Hoard af Alderman bo con
curred in; motion carried by the follow
lug vote viz:
Ayes Harciay, Martin, llearden mid
A motion was then mado to concur In
tho action of tho hoard of Aldermen, In
structini; tho Comptroller to lease the
lots upon which tho lumber belonging
to the city is now storod, upon certain
conditions set fortli in n roport of a
special committee appointed to confer
with Col. 8. S. Taylor In regard to tho
purchase or leasing of said lots. Carried.
T Ihn llouorat l ll.iur ul Bunnell f tho city of
(ScntUmcn : The communication of
Mr. Pnlllp C. Tulford hi roferonco to tho
exemption from taxation of lots 21, 22
and 2.1, In block M, ilrst addition to tho
city of Cairo, referred by you to mo for
consideration, and my opinion, is here
Heotlon 211, ef tho 83d chapter, entitled
Revenue, of the Jtovlsod Statutes, scorns
to exempt from taxation all school prop
erty that Is. not used with a view to
protlt; and under tho representations
mado to me, and as I believe the prop
erty sought by Mr. Talford to bo ox
empt falls within that class, and should
bo exempted from taxation by the city,
as school property. T
ii my.instanco .ir. 'rairord Mfctirised
tho property aaatod at tho sale for city
wxes, no iiuviiik ueeu nuriseu nv mn
that you would, In till probability, boo
hi in renin ino taxes.
h. P. llUTt.KK, City Attorney.
A motion to remit tho taxes, upon n
can or ino ayes and noys, resulted nyoa 4,
The following bills having been allow
oil by tho Itoiirdof Aldermen were pre-
henieii 10 mis uoaru ror coucurrouco,
.Jilil of II si, .uiii. or, I' M, MiiMy (r !- uii,rj:" 0
' of M lliinl,rii.k, -wty m:itii.l, uty f.r
" of ,l ruin, in uktt in-u-r, rury tut luv . n
" i.r Jiilni lirowii.eil) eiiTk, luy f,r ln-c ii
" f Jiio lljlaiul. fiiy Trciiur-i, .iitury ifur
f l McKattllJf.cllIrr t,r ill-.
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' of Win O OiilliImn, iiulK-t-toiKlaoli-.iiftl.rV
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. ui i i v-uiiiitiu, igii'u cuilvlubli-, rulkryfiir
" of John i C'titnri.ltiK". UiUre vbmttblt.
arjf for Dfi oiiil.iT..,. -m,..;.... T5 W
f ut Joo ArtiiM, oolleo lOii.laU, ulrr lr
0,,iiil-r...,;...M , 75 it
-V of M Hilv:bTj"foT iiumlierincilr urJr
looil itinl l,iii, iUiutlt) vlmricr II 00
.01 I- nwfi-iii., .rmioHiia uiuo from city
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r- oi n ii iiociiwaii,. himiuiiprr ror Llrk'
otllm , ,
of H I) Wllliimuoii, KiiiflriwM forooiitfo,..",
of ii T I'mlilng, ,ca fuinnLcl Miackmi in
" ::f 'v i&zZ1:
of i UT.lck. nukintfUt for rur.-otflco i w
' of II .1 llimiion, kiitionvry foi t'Urk ami
i oiiiilrir - ,.. ii ji
" f ( mru (i.u, c'oli ami Tar Co., for a far
Iro. I Iiiiii . u M
'in ii,)iur. ruri'iii.fur wii.rfuuieoiUatj
liy lliwl.'ily Wlialf ilnicr Iroai tliA vil.
Hi lli, lain of aid, lnol .SM J
i iii -111110 ror iiiniiijr urionr ami
mm work-in ea.iln gjaslii life. I-W...,3ll 75
" fC. Ili-iluu.l making Uni, r.i (ru.,,1 far III-
ot riimii l- LkiXo (, to
oi iK'oiwi-ri, orui a wo., inakiiif liiatvrn
for llibi riiiim HiruCo r,-,
" of l'vrki-r A lii.ikp. sin" fur Unurn for Ml.
.. . '"fi'iau iro Ca , . 4 70
oi u r ii-rier.t ro, miinut forfllln-r-
niau Kin- Co j C5
On motion the action of tho hoard of
Aldermen In allowing tho bills was con
curred hi and the bills ordered paid by
tho following vote, viz:
Ayes hurcluy. Martin, Reardon, Wil
liamson 1, '
inn or Jouii a.TtJDeriy ror salary as
Muyor to January JOth, 1870, amounting
to $133 33, was on motion allowed and
referred to thu hoard of Aldermen for
concurrence, by , tho following vote;
Ayes: Rurelay, Martin, Reurdeu and
A petition from Jno. Hcheel, tho pruyor
of which wus granted by tho hoard of
Aldermen at Its lust meeting, was pres
ented to this hourd for concurrent action.
Councilman Williamson moved that tho
notion of tho hoard bo non-concurred
An ordinance, upon Its sooond reading
in mis jsoaru in relation, to Duiiuiug a
fewer, from tho intersection of Com
mcrolal avenuo with tho slough below tho
St.Charlos Hotel ;referrod to the Drainage
womniuieo to inquire into the feasi
bility of running tho sewer tho direc
tion prescribed by tho ordinance, and
tho propriety of building tho sumo
this season of the year, An ordlntmco,
upon Its second reading In relation to
tho sale of meats Ac, in tho city of Cairo,
was presented and adopted by tho fol
Ayes Uarohiy, Martin, Heardon, Wil
An ordinance In relation to tho police
forco Ac, adopted by tho hoard of Al
deitnoh, and upon Its second redding
re-committed to the Ordinance Com
mittee, with instructions to amend.
councilman iiarclay moved unit nis
Hon. the Mayor, and Councilman hoar
den form u Special Committee to com
municate to tiio Ordinance Committee,
the -views of tho Select Council, In regard
to tho ordinance. Carried.
Tho following resolutions having been
adpptod by tho Hoard of Aldermen, came
up boforo this Board for concurrence:
RoBolvod, eto,, That the city have con
structed a crossing across Coder street on
tho north side of Klghth street, and that
tho work bo .done under tho supervision
of tile Street Committee.
.Resolved, That n crossing bo construct
ed across Washington iivenuo from the
Urewery Proporty to the Catholic Church,
and that tho Struct Committee bo direct
ed to superintend the work. On motion,
the action of the JlJard of Aldermen lu
adopting tho resolutions was unanimous
ly concurred In.
Councilman Iiarclay then moved that
tho mombersof thoHelect Council pledge
themselves irtt to vote for tho payment
of the salary of any of tho city ollluers
who aro required to furnlHh their reports
ui the regular monthly Joint session of
tho City Council unless the reports are so
A petition from W. M. Williams, unk
ing aid for his distillery, was road, and
referred to tho Joint committee appoint
ed by tho Mayor, under resolutions
heretofore adopted in relation to es
tabllshlng manufactories hi Cairo.
On motion, adjourned.
John hitoWN, City Clerk.
Gov. A. P. K. Halibrd, of Arizona,
lately a guest of M brother in'thls city,
is on a mission to Washington hi the
interest of his territory. Thoroughly
familiarized wild all the wants and re
sources of Arizona, ho Is satisfied that
the great drawback to Its prosperity is
tho presence of the hostile Apaches. This
drawback ho proposes to remove by so
curing from tho government such a force
f Soldiers as will afford adequate pro
tection to tho settlers. In thlsdcslgti lie
s ably seconded by the Now York press.
in fact hi demand has been so strength
ened that tho administration will bo com
pelled to give it heed,
If one half tho money that Is expended
In furthering radical electioneering
aehemos, werecxpondod in tho mainten
ance or an army sr protection and ag
gression In Arleona, the thieving, mur
dering Apaehes would soen, as they
should, bowlpeel from the face of crea
tion, or taught to spare the lives and re
spect tho right of the "pale faces."
Of tho success of Gov. fbafTbrd's mission
we feel quire confident. Assured, of the
Jestlco of his demand, backed by uvcry
Inhabitant of Ills territory, and endorsed
by an influential portion of the press, he
will not hear to refusal ; tho administra
tion, Indeed, will nut daro to rofuso lihu.
lenders' Stomach Hitters thw
Til Tntlira' Aaaoolnt Ion The 1'lral Kliln
Kditou ht r.i.CTi.v: Your paper of tho
13th, contained u communication from
Jovelt Wilcox & Co., proprietors of the
St. Charles hotel, In which grout In
justice Is done to me, hi connection with
ino removal or mo ntatu Teachers' con
vention rrom t;ain to uttewu. as a
"purr" for tho Ht. Charles, the artloiu
wus a success; but a tissue of falsehood
in almost every other particular, The
Association was tint held at Culro bo-
cause I was Informed by Mr. Swift, of
tho Ml. Charles, that they could not ac
commodate over forty-llv teachers, aud
"rz u,,,m th0 T,ur ,,.oo,. WIUl
Mr. Swift not only made this s
nam. Jlit t
Jowott Wilcox & Co.,' say, "ho wiih n
clerk." That may bu true, but I can af-
sure Mr. Wilcox that uutll I saw his ad-
vertliiug card, I always regurded .Mr-i
Swift as tho "& Co.," of tho St. Charles
and competent to tr.iu&act business and
furnish all necessary luformutlou rela
tive to theiliotol, lu thu absence of one
higher lu authority. Mr. Swift will not
deny this, lloildos, Mr. Wilcox doubt
less rcmomhern a fow weeks ago, whllo
ho was busily engaged with a friend from
tho city, in tho most Interesting gamo of
"Sovon up," in the wiloou of tho St.
Charles, that Mr. Swift did uokiiowledgo
that ho advised aciiMige. I desiro to in
form Mr. Wilcox and tile public that I do
not wish to shift the responsibility of a
change of place. I did consent to u
change, and undor the circumstances.
J acted In the interest of the Association.
It Is true, I regrottod that I wum compelled
to eouseiit regret that a hotel, that
boasts of Its "ample roof," and
"comfortable accommodations for two
hundred guosts" could not furnish ro-
spoctablo accommodation for over forty-five
teaobers at tho unnual conven
Tho advertising card of Mr. AVIIcox
will fail to produce the Impression ou
tho mind of nslngle teacher that I was
opposed to tho Association coming to
Cairo. Kvory inombor knows bolter. If
It had been hold here I uilakt have boon
obllgou to assume something iuflultcly
worse thau any rosDonslblhtv: to see
some,- of thOj leading , educators, of tho
nation led up 'to' abartraohU without
tire, ou tho upper floer, of the St. Charles.
When Mr. Wilcox Is ready to lesuo
aiiothor-sdVeHlilag 'sard, letfU be free
from falsehood. Joel G. Mohuak.
Chills cured hi six hours, Uy
2VINTII AXXUAIi IIAIiFi.
tiii: iiim:u.MA. rnu: h'omimn v.
Tho ninth annual bull of tho Hiber
nian fire company will bo held hi tho
8t. NIoIioIuh Hotel on Friday evening
The tnanugors pledge themselves Hint
tho occasion shall be one pleasant to tho
participants, and eredltiUdo to the com
pany. COMMITTKK OK AKIUNOKMKNT.S.
Win. Mcllule, J. H. Hngllsh, C. .1. Hy
land, John Miller. Jan. 11 td
20, day boarders, at the Ht. James
Hotel, eornor Kiglit street and Ohio
Leveo. Flrst-clusa table at four dollars
per week. dlw.
Knit Jackets, all wool, at the actual
cost', at P. Nefl's, No. 70, Ohio hiivoo.
Gout's calf bootHotily 8 76, ut P. Null's
No, 70, Ohio Levee. tf
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Hyrup is
no humbug. Try It and bo convinced.
S. J. lluuim, agent, corner Commercial
avenue and ICIghth street. Ja"-1 w
One of the best remedies for Croup
ever dhcovcrcd Is Norman's Chulyboato
Cough Hyrup. 8. J. Hiimni, agent, for
tier Commercial itvi'uuo and Klehtli
Almost giving aw'ay. Nell Is selling
gent's undershirts Iiud drawers, and In
fact everything In Gent's underwear, so
low that it does not .look like buying
them at all. It is more like giving them
n way. if
Choice white sugar, 3J pounds fnr 1 00;
extra brown stiRar, 7 pounds for i 00;
Rio soiree, 'Si cents per pound; rice, 10
cents per pound; canned peaches, 2o
cents; strawberries, .10 conts; plums, 3,1
cents; tomatoes, 20 fonts; corn, 15 cents
per can; eherrles, 30 cents; eoal oil, 46
cents pergallou, and all kinds f gro
ceries cheaper limn the cheapest, by
J. H. Pm m.i rs,
Opposite noweustoin house. li-'M
P. Rielly has a largo stock
which will bo sold at New Tork
Clljr Nrl frrHnlr.
Five hundred dollars city scrip for sale,
clicup hi sums to suit tho purchaser. Ap
ply to Miller & Miller, Ohio Lcvou.
ror Clay Treasurer.
We aro ml,on'J'tn anaaua Mr. JOHN II T-
IiM, ai a cka.lliUla for rex lerlinD l'i Ikaclll n of
Ciiy Trrauifr. l
Nolle in birrby tfiten, lhl ill-bull liaetnic '""a
ma-ln In It,.. i)mti of n i-rilmii Uin,l, M-n I j
WiiIi.h, l '.rn lo j. Slu.it 'lnjlor nn I I l o
l'.roin, Trti-l. of tl,- Cairo I'll) I'min-rU, litrl
Miit tl,e )Hh. A D. lr4. ati.l .al.- llui-r Iran
from ibi-ilMr tlif-reuf, with i -i rrni, intrn t i.-.
Hi idle, an-l (--it at. ll.t'ir.'trr, m l la . ..tt
lh Jwjrini nt of ulif-li kll note, mill i ll.tf- u I
Willmiii II l'iirr,-ytuiilii-m lueiuiii iin-riKan ih
,f r of ! piiiIio followlnij ilcwnU-,1 i-r.-iriy,
io ii I.oi niiiHl-riHl ii'iie (V), leu (lui uc t r!irn
li, ut U- . ii ii,,-retj U (ii;, in ll.n llur.l 1 1 I .11
i-.liit i-,ii f 1 , 1 ., in Oil-.-oiiiity af .lli'iKii'lcr an I
Sl.iu of llliii .it, wlin-li ai,l luoilirairii ih. I r I
S. MmU'I)I"I -1, I l.difiU I'al 'tl. Iru.ln -u. fw:.
u. ,1,011 tlw tw , if:li ,ly of January, A I lJa, r r
vlue iw'iii'l, Iiiiy u-iiKna-l lo i-.if l.ulliir.
Ili'l whlcii ,! iii"Ihki' I rtvor,e. in II. 1' U
eimlet'a ollio of tlx toiiuly of Ali-iun K-r, in l ik
"K, ' lug" I'i, tl,i' amount n leiny Jii" ami
1U1', l-cini; eiclilr-lliK-o li,IUi an, Itiirly.fot.r
l-rntn prlUClpM, IOKflir villi llltfM-l tlicff II, III
llm rule alli -lulril.
I, the undrr-uneU lutiro of 8, SUu ljjr
n, ilnln rr,Mi, TfU fr, rle,, lo aliom nti I
ino, !.)(' ii iiiiuIi, l t nine of tin. turiii anil pr
Vlaloiia of the anio. Mill, on TarnUr. llm XMIi iUt
of January, A. Ii 1Hi,, l ten o'rloek a 111., of Dial
lay, unJar aail j ltUv or Die er nf -ale ,-ou
taiaaJ In mi. I morUii, nil al ut4lo aui-tlou, I ' He
liliiliMl Lk,i. for cli. al On- front tlour vf lli
aourl lioB.n in mI, iiilr of Calm, id tho i-ounlr of
Ateiainli'r, an, I Slate of lllltiol-. Hie aUiri- ile, il..l
pr. MiU,'- to .ilif I ht IM".' ami i-wii,llluii of
a,J laortaan,.. IICOIIXI; MTTM'.II
Jau, II, U7U.,(,
n .1 11
To The T-x I'HyerN f Alesauilrr I'miii
ly nuUNlHle r llllnula.
Tlie tin l,ook la now iv iu kun.lt ami for llm i.ur
''I i-ollei-tniif llio Mt.ilo. Coliulr. Hl-is-lnl l':il.iH.r.
uli, I IlittrlctS-bgnl tmr now dlle.iiuil tor the fmi ,
1. I'-r. I Will In! at Cairo III IIIV olhiT run iU. .lor.
Ini; tlu month of Kvliruary, l7l.
Al tin Iinurrof Jacoli llurlliiii". In IIuim-mimxI I'rr
cinit, mi Wi,Jm,j;, Man-li 1A la. I'7u.
Atthe flora of John K11111I1, 111 I'll I ly I'i w.'lin 1, 011
'I liurx.My, Mnr. li 3Ut,
At lli ilnr" nf It. A. Kliiiunlii, In l.'li-ar Cri-i l I'ru.
ulm-l.on Momlur, April Uli, I"".
At h hohool lloii, tif.tr llmuiaa J. Jli- Him t In
Clfor Crt-ak: I'rifiini, on TliurUr, April Jlli. l-;
At llm turu of J. u. Ilnlniiix. in Ilia loan of 'I I,. !),,
011 nin.ituay, April tin,
anno aioru r )ira 1
llLtlnor. ut Salt K.. on
i iiui-muj, April nn, i'iu.
Al lliu tnrn' of M. ll. r.i
alt-r, in iIimiik lUu,,ou
Kriilur, April Mh, IxTU,
At thi liAiie flfTioniM tiirtln, in iMxIoolh, on
Putunliiy, April Dili, lit. '
"a ininoko wiiii finoja-rnon.l tax, i iunn, pa
ll ami ao coM,Ti I luill .If, nil in
cullfci orery dollar oliuri nl ou tlw Tax Hook aix.inl
luu In Iiiit. '
0II hllr ailll lirlllL OUr rurlayr lt...',.l,,la nr v,,iir
leii iiioriior lliat llir iliuriiitlonaof rour lamU ni.ti-
bolouuil roalllr. 1 I,, II. JIYKIW.
Klii-nR ami l.x-OIHvie'C'olli-rlornf AlxXHinlor Co,
Colltfotor'a Oflloo Cairo, III., Juu. 7lli, A, 1. IS70.
Jjl M. WARD,
3B I XI. S3 "XXT OOD,
Ii prt-pnred to fill or,oiii promptly mid balUfm'torrly
Willi Ilia brtt oak ami liiulurv Brewood.
i-aro oruvra iu iitnoii'a 01, 1 ituuil, or at llio rM
-B-fcoctj fvui vi'im'
UA1' Ar. ,
. -1 1 r 1 1
flX'aUa '( if Elatrulh Nlraat.
Kaapa jUiuUutljr oa kaJ FituLarif, Ul. t'.raaa.
suU DuQuala Coal, wuluh will Bu ilahraraa la mu.
tlllaa ta aail, in any part of aa ally,
ill Coal nclghoj, aail Aill inraaar gturnaU.rl.
l eiins rtrh:By oisli In ad cnicA.
-10I.DNTIM: 4c KtMIKSfWATKH.IiryUo'oTu
VjT hctlvra, Cvaimvrvl.it avenue, fru iloora nhovv
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