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8 OF XJIK CITY.
MONDAY, VANUAKY 17, JS70.
Tor irood httinrr Moth I ! ready made
or made lo order,' go to P. 2iot2', No 70,
ara the m
axle lit P.
AIunIci mots? They
t tililc Iniot 111 line. For
p 79, Ohio Levee, tf.
fcMiell.oyitfWir, ) miio, oto., uuii always
Ito necured at Wnltter Se UImihi'h restau
rant. Nov Z If
P. Klclly having determined to eloso
otil tho halnnce of lihi troods at thu
earliest possible moment, will hence-
forth Bull any thing on huud at cost, and
IiKSi than cost! ' tf
100 dozen geuulne Kngllah and Lisle
thread socks, at a great reduction In
former prices,nt Peter NefPs, No.7D, Ohio
Connubial Felicity. Nothing tends
more to connubial happiness than cheer
ful and healthy infants and children.
Mrs. Whitcouib's Syrup is a great cliil-
dren'n soothing romedy. d & w 1 w.
The St. .Nicholas Ullllaru nun Is one
of the largest and best furnished In the
country. It la the resort ol both citizens
and strangers who indulge billiard pluy
Chill Cure. "It never
Do you want a stylish hat? NcITh Ib
tho place nnd the only place- to find
them, of all the latest fashloni nnd in
great abundance. His stock, in this lino,
cannot he equalled In Cairo. tf.
Tho Continental Is tho only cook stove
with eliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher fc Monry, at Hill
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The largest stock, of over coats In the
illy, MP. FclPu, No. 79, Ohio Levee, tf
Tho stock of Kill: liaU at Miller & Mill
er's comprises tho very lafest styles and
thu llucst mako of tho season. The
variety Is very great, tho stock large,
and prices have been regulated to liar
monlzo with tho times. Call in nnd ex
Neir's is the placo to buy your Shirts.
Ho has on hand a magnificent stock
at prlceB that defy compstltlon. For in
stance all wool Ilannel shirts, ono dol
lar and n quarter each well made. tf.
The M. MfrholnN Hotel ami JleMiitirant.
This popular and eligibly located houso
of public enttrtalnmeitt is now lined
nnd furnished throughout in good style;
and, under tho management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, la doing a largo and
thriving business. It l kept upon
European plan the guest calling for
what ho want when he wants it, wheth
er In tho day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tho rooms aro
large and clear, furnished with the het
of hods nnd bed'' g, while all other ft-u-turci
of ' '. Ixhtnent are nriMugud
with an ospecial eye to tho comfort nnd
convenience of thu guests. JuOtf
Tlir v Tear,
Dngln it right, by buying, for tJush,
of J. II. Motonlf, No. 3.'J2 and Zil Wash.
Av ilm lititt ntiliiri'itf Iwttli Iwhui niwl
tock,andUnowpre'paredto supply eiiw- !
toniers with tho Onfall kinds of Htople '
und fancy groceries, queenswaro, crock
ory, glaieswurc, yellow and Itocklng
hum ware, table mid pocket cutlery.
All kind of salt UMi, green, dried, and
(tanned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr
ups, tine teas, cullers and sugars,
choice table butter always on hand. In
hhort, everything usually kept in n first
class grocery; besides notions too num
erous to mention, all of which will be
ttold at the towu( flgurtt. tf.
The completesf itflch of gontlonlen's
furnishing goodp in tho cliy,J to be
fouud at Miller und Miller's. It vould
be a remarkable want, indeed, in UiIk
lino that they cinnot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in the
The Ladled' Kostaurant fitted up by
Mossrs. Wulker it SIsson, Is directly In
connection with tho St. Nicholas Hotel,
where the most respectablo ladlesand fam
ilies cf the city may tako meals or lunch
e In perfect quiet, ami without tho least
fear of coming in contact with objection
ablo char&otcM. It will bo kept In first
class fityle for first class custom. Pollto
and attontlvo waltors will always bo in
attendance, and patrons will always
command the most courteous treatment
ritcher & Heiny'a large stock of hard
ware, outlory, tools, stoves, tinware, oto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
A Gold A'teklnoc I.ont.
A gold ueeklaco, plain rouud ehaln,
with round clasp, was losteomwhere on
tho Ohio Loreo oi Friday night last.
Tho finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving name with Messrs Walker and
Hlsaon, at tho St,. Nicholas Hotel .3t
Almost giving away. NefT is selling
gent's tiuJershlrts and drawers, and in
fuct everything in Gout'a underwear, so
low that It does not look liko buylu '
them ut all. it is more liko giving them
Capt. J3onJ. B. Lako, pnned down the
river, Saturday evening, with a forco of
Hlxly white laborers, which he had hired
In Chicago, to nork hln Mississippi plan
tation the coming season. During the
war Cnptuin Lake eorvud In tho Federal
cavalry, and at th close of that little
disturbance, nettled In Mississippi. Bineu
Hint time ho has tried hard to utilize the
free negro labor of his locality, hut has
utterly failed. Tho experience of oilier
planter has boon the earn, and new
he is fully ptirstitidcd thr.t thu ngrk'uItU'
rai intercBtof the bjttth mut laiiKiiish
ho long atf planters employ only negro
laborer. They nr uttetly unreliable,
unskilled, exacting and careless.
A half dozen or more U.S. Soldiers
fulled to make connection with thu
sleamwr Commercial, whloh boat left St.
LouIh oil Saturday, and came through to
Cairo by rail, Saturday night. Uelng en
tirely penniless anil falling to lnd the
boat here, they made a night of it on tho
Rtroets, or in such saloons as would per
mlt their nrcsonce. We eaw one of
them to-day, who declared that he hud
had no "rations" since yesterday morn
lug and that his comrades had fared no
MXTEf AXXt'AIi HALL.
or tiii: iimniMA.N niti: ;com im.vy.
Thu ninth annual hall of tho Hiber
nian fire company will be held in the
St. Nicholas Hotel on Friday evening
The managers pledge themselves that
thu occasion shall bo one pleasant to the
participants, and orctlltable to tho coin
committee of aiuunoi:mi:nts.
Win. McHale, J. If. English, C. J. Ily-
land, John .Miller. Jan. 1-1 td
M. Nn'liolni Intel, Ualro, fl., J muary IT, lfTO.
Y. Davis, Saline county, ills.: A.
Davis, do.; W. II. Howard, ErnnsvHlo;
U. A. Ilatoman, do.; M. 0. Gramtner,
St. Louis; 1). A. McKnlght and wife,
Springfield; M. Adams, evp, Uroadwuy
Hotel, St. Louis; J. Mtichant, Evnnv
villi-; W. Wei In. do.; T. Ellaher, Collins.'
New York; Henry Cook, Chicago; G W.
Paunnan, Vlckshurg; J. it. Thomson,
Memphis' ; 11. H. Drown, Itlslng Sun,
lnd.; Charlie Stuart, city; Goo. Wettlu
burger, steamer Continental; Tom Al
nurd, do.; J. F. Ulnkc, tlty; J. Howard,
HlundvlIU; F. H. liarham, do; 11. It.
McConnell, Now Albany; F. J. Dullocl;,
Columbus, Ky., J. A. P. T.u Eycl:, Ul
lln, Ills.; L. D.Gregory, Adams Express
Co.; J. J. Kelly, St. LouIh; Jos. Uaglls,
do; S.O.Lewis, V. it.; G. T. Pidgeon,
Mound City; xth:tn A. Cnrr, Macon,
Ills.; J. Nell, Constantinople; J. N.
Copelund, Vienna, Ills; J. N. .Smith,
Missouri; J. D. Porrymaii, do.; C. J.
Collin, Union City; William Coryull,
50 day bonrdem, ut tin SI. James
Hotel, corner Eight street nnd Ohio
Levee. Flrst-eluM table at four dollars
per week. dlw.
Don't forget thu exhibition of Waiv
ing Views, produced liy tho calcium
light, at thu Atheuetim to-night.
; Adtnlsslon'lo. Children 1 .';. Tick-
i ut for title ut the door.
i-fenhiy morning at u o'clock, of
pnetimoniu, Joint, Infant ton of I,ouis
nl"1 iIBnrul riattoati, itrutl HI mouths,
rrmnliw were convoyed to Villa
Itltlgo to-day at 112 o'clock by special
train, a coiifcMeruhle mini hor of the
friends of the family accompanying
"tiik jtKT in t:st;" Eutlert' Stomuch
Mlvrrlit .Noiitlirru llllool,
The Hhttwneotown 'Morcury' oxpres'
vs tho oplulcrti that theru are small par'
Holes of silver In the lead mines of Har
din county luthLs State, but U satisfied
that It thie not exist in paying qtluutl
Only n short time ago We were shown
a specimen of silver oro from tho Riho
Clare mines In that county, which
computed t Judges declared would pro
duce at tho rato ofL',600 per ton. Coui'
pared with oro from tho famous Com-
fctock mlntis. It wa pronounced the
richer speulmeu of tho two.
It Is no longer a matter of conjecture
but au ascertained uurtiwiity that silver
exists in Hardin county, nod In puylng
quantltlc. Satisfied of this, a Michigan
firm of unlimited moans, havo acqdlred
title to tho mines, nnd in tltiu tlmo will
continence working them. In further-
niico ot inis determination, they are
causing the construction of thu necessa
ry machinery to successfully operato tho
mines, ami will spend at least forty
thousand dollars thereon and In thu-
erection of buildings, furnaces, etc.
Intelligent gentlemen, as these, do not
often venture that amount of money on
au uncertainty. Ttiey proresa to know
what they nro about, and propose to go
Wo aro underobllKatlons to the Hon.
John M. Crehs, momber of Congros from
this district, for favon in tho way of con
gressional papers, among others a copy
of his protest against tho outrage con
templated in the reconstruction of Ooor
L'la, which we would gladly publish
could wo find room.
P. Itlelly has a large stock of hats,
which will he wld at Now Tork whole
iMt priws. m.
i wiuiitiiLiu.i.iiiMuatf -
Tho Lcveo and wharf, yesterday nftcr
noon, presented a scene of unusual ac
tivity. There was scarcely convenient
standing room for tho Immense throng of
citizens and strung", the whole str-jet,
sidewalks and wharf i. resell ling a dense
I mass' of human beings.
I There worn u terrlylng roar of wind,
; cru.-liing "1 tbuttde.- und glare ofllght-
nlng latl night, follow. immeuia.iy
by a .in'tic hlng ruin, and this morning
by acuiisldeiMble Tall of wlt-et-
Tho rtipirnnts for city olllcts are rapid
ly multiplying. Gentlemen, H you have
uny respect for tho people you will Inform
them, through thu 'lhillotln,' what of
fices you want.
If any aspirant for ofllcial honors and
emoluments is laboring under the im
pression that we will publish hl.s an
notincenieut, on his promise that ho
"will hand us the V," he will find out
his error by trying us. Our terms nro
cash In advance, and will ho strictly ad
hered to In every Instance. A disregard
of this rule, In times past, has cost ua
hundreds of dollars.
A young man named Ad. Dlow
knocked a negro named Stewart, on the
head with a crow-bar, in Metropolis, one
day lust week. It Is thought that tho
negro's injuries are fatal. Dlew will
have his preliminary examination to
day. Why Is It that "the mouth of Smith
land" has no oxproii.s office? We fear
that Little Old Jolleld Is permitting his
dominions to degenerate.
The churches of the city were lllled to
oversowing lust night. The congrega
tion ut the M. E. church was the largest
that has been seen there for years.
The exhibition at tho Athonetim to
night, N of a popular, entertaining and
purely moral character, and will he apt
to cull nut n large audience. It in here
for two nights only, with n matinee to
I'he Hon. W. J. Allen, member of thu
Constitutional convention, came in on
Saturday evonlim'.s train, and will re-
niuiii In thu city during, ut least, the
first few duys of tho Circuit court, that
convened this morniug.
Alice Clayton, Emelluu Alexander and
Harriett Ann, were cavorting about the
city, Saturday night, lit a .statu of tin
disgulsable Intoxication, vliltlng such
saloons as would tolerate their presence,
and adding, on all possible occasion, to
their supply of stimulanU. OlUcers
William and P.itrlck O'CuIlahan finally
took them in charge, and this morning
iquir' Dross fined each of them, ns va
grants, If 10 and costs. Having no money
to pay their fine, they wcro pent to the
lalubooso for a period of idxtuou day,
to stth'Ut thu while on bread and water.
Henry Murlow gt "swoshln,;" drunk,
was tines tod by the samo olllccru; lined
$2 00 and eo-tti, and committed for eight
James Dunn "wet hh whl-tle"
too often, ami wan gobbled by ollleer
Cumuilugs for druukeuno, and fined
?i! 00 r.uil coils; having no currency
about his habiliments, h; rras confided
to the keeping of MulLtlo and tku com-
puny of Marlow.
MuiMM'll Gu4. i
A rather mlsuhlevoui IIMh hoy, living
in tho Third War I, mjMle up his
mind, yesterday afternoon, to
cilrtbooib all tho uau tlmi , frequented
his father's prcminej. The oven of the
o ooking-stove s-uggeitcd lWelf as a capl
tal prison, and In less than twenty
minute tho little fellow lud three cats,
including his own, Mint up therein as
prisoner.. Going oil about hi play, he
soon forgot nil about his cuts. About
r o'clock the cook entered an appearance,
built up n brisk lire in tlnirMnvc, and
commenced preparing her htiheult.
While she wus thus engaged, the eats
commenced feeling the growing hunt of
the oven, and raised u mewing, spitting
and squalling that told of three of the
most uucouiforlablo uats in all the city
of Cairo. Tho cook stopped Her work,
searched nil about tin house, and
finally passed out of doors ami looked
under thu hoire, hut no uuhdppy cats
could who iipy anywhere When she
returned to the kitchen, the stove wus
we.M heated, and as the none of the cuts j
hud quieted down ton pitiful moitu, she
returned to hor htilicuit-mukiug. Iiuv-
Ing filled tho pan with tho circular or
globular lump of dough which, under
mo inniieuuo ot iieut. usually resolve
tliemseJves Into toithsomo bread. hh
repaired to tho atnv . onenetl tho oven
door, and discovered tho ml-. Two of I
them, moro dead than ullve. rum.. Inm.
bllng to the floor, the other, stretched
at full 1 0 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 on the liull mil of tin. iv..n
ll.lfl 1.1.... Mn.l.i.n.l ..II.... . .1.1 ..... ...
this Inte roSih, a 1
Two Dining Koom (Jirls uro wanted
at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Apt girls,
who can como well rccommoudud. can
secure u steady situation at good wages.
A nlranor who had iiatronlzedsovorai
Leveesaloons purchnsed a railroad ticket.
yesterduy afternoon, ami, fooling in his
pooket fer tho money to pay for the same,
found himself penniless. He hud, dur
ing thu day, taken evorv onnnrtiinltv In
show his contempt for money by display.
jk mi no nan in every saloon ho patron
ized, and by carelessly thrustlnir it. in
a wud, Into his vest pookot.
His loss, ho said, amounted to between
SSO uud $100.
No hotter medicine for Croun. Colds.
Ac., has over been oUered to the publlo
than Normon'aChulvbeato noinh Rvnm.
Mrs. Frr.zler, tho destitute woman to
whom wo made reference a few days ago,
was removed from hor miserable ahodu
at the curnur of Fifteenth nnd Poplar
etrccts to moro cohifoi table quarters
further dowti town, whgro she received
quite all the attention her CRHt requiied.
Death however, hud marked her as a
victim, nnd on SsUlH '.v night, died.
To the htbt moment in lii'I'jMuiiitly re
jected n'l proftered hr t .. .: i ;! . county,
and chirged her elii'i'. 'M not to per
mit her body to be b trlud in a paupur
coflln. Whether the rtnioiiMtranceh of
thechlltlron had tho dff lied uflect or not,
we eon not my. Wo understand that
they regarded the death of their mother
as a "big thing," nudlookod forward to
her btirlhlas one of the moit enjoyahlu
frolics of their lives.
Your Children may die of Croup heforu
aid can reach them. Always havo on
hand Norinnn's Chalybeate Cough
At 112- commercial Avenue, between
Sevunth and Eighth street, Is a first class
hotixu of entertainment, kept upon tho
restaurant or European style, furnishing
oystera, game or meals on Miort notlcu in
the best style. Also elegant rooms and
beds for transient guests. Patronage
respectfully Bolichotl. Jaull' tf
One of the severest storms of the sen
son, accompanied by heavy thunder anil
u continuous glare of lightening, swept
over the city lat night, hut wo have
heard of no damage, i nulttng,,liieru;
Knit Jackets, all wool, at thu actual
cost, at 1'. Nert'n, No. 70, Ohio Ltsvcc.
lur City ,'lc.uMlrl!.
Th attention of the voting reader is
asked to the uunoucemeut of Mr. J. D.
Taylor, candidate for City Treasurer.
It may be found in another column.
.Gent's calf boots only 3 76, at 1'. Neil's
No. 71), Ohio Ivoe. tf.
Thuattehtirtn of .thu public generally
anil of the ?ditor of the Mound City
Mourner eipeclally Is InviteHl to a dtso
Itillou notice which appears In this
paper In another ool iimn.
I TftUTit. The powers of Mre. Whit
i coinh'rt riyrui) for children are as ioitivu
I as tho sunlight from heaven, ami gentle
and soothing ns an angel's whisper.
Dan. Able, fnun ColumbtH,
Continental, from New Orleans,
Konrnoy from St. Louli.
Julia, fnnn St. liOtiN
.St .lHeph, from ti Loute.
C"tm HiweiiUh, from St Lou!.
Jndniuti, from Nashville. '
, Snugboat Ab?rt, from Muiuphis.
I Colorado, from Memphis.
, Wm. White, from Puduonhi
JOiyette. from Evansvillo.
I bum. Orr, from Evansvillo.
Itubicon. from Va-kabui-.
s JouiyIlie, from Loui . ;He,
A. Divker, front Estport.
D.m Able, for Columbus.
Wm. White, for Patfuafth.
Kayettt, for EyaiidvllH.
Sam Orr, do do
Charlie Durfee, for Ouolilta.
Kearney, for ArkMtM itlver.
Commonwealth, N. O.
J. J. Alwrt, Md. Cily.
Lutili vlile, N. O.
,M. Jo ph, MempM.i.
Kttblcoo, St. Lou
The weather h.w beou very inuolt at
sorted since our last report. We have
hud uluiojt a ftumuier heat and a real
winter's cold, while rtiln, unow, mini,
stiiuhlne and clouds havu been thrown
iii'to make matters Inturostiug. Variety
mny be thu fplce of life, hut on mature
reflection, we aro compelled to say that
ouruhiire of wealhur lately has been too
Tho river Is rising rapidly, having
swollen four foet since our last report.
The Mississippi was etntionary ut St.
Louis at list report, but Improbably rising
now from heavy ruin reported. It wa
outlrely free from ice yeiterday, between
Calm and St. Louis.
The Ohio 1- falling at Pittsburg with
10 foot water In the channel, li jfc rU
Jug rapidly from Wheeling to Calro,wlth
nluo feet wutor on thu fulls in thu In
'iho 'ionno.oi uud Cumberland
Jiveraro rising fast, and will probably
reaeh flood hJght. TheTenneseeo is not
far below that point now.
Duslness hero oontiuue.s brisk.
Tho Mohuwk and barges cUar for New
"r"' Vmy wn" "wu 10118 Protliioo
The Talisman in the regular Cairo, und
Nashville Packet this evening.
Tho A. linker Is tho rogular Cairo und
Eastport Packet thla evening.
The White is tho regulur Cairo nnd Pa
dticah packet this evening.
Capt. Chat T. Hliido Js agent for ail
the above steamers.
The 'Dulletln' ofllco having been'sup.
piled with lucrea&cd facilities, ts now
proparod to do job work cheaper than
over. Wo are determined, In truth,
that no citizen shall havo cause, either
on account of price or btylo, for sending
his work abroad. Our olllco Is tho com
pletcst In tho stale, outside of Chicago
and Springfield, und can perform all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
road, mercantile, legal and general
business of .the, city create a demand.
In point of workmaushlp wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Send in your orders.
Proofs submitted when requested.
Notmnn's Chnlyhento Cough Byrup Is
no humbug. Try It nnd bo convinced.
S. J. Hunini, ngont, corner Commercial
avenue and Eighth strict. .Jt7Uv..
. '- . -
..One of the best innieilles "fori Croup
ever disooV'jrod Is Norman's Chulyboato
Cough Syrup. K. J. Huinni, ngont, cor
ner f 'f.nimerclal avenue and Eighth
('hills cured In six hours, by Endors'
Chill Cure tf
choice v.'hltuMigttr, "J jiotindh for $l 00;
eslru brown sugar, 7 pounds for $l 00;
Kio colloe. '2fi con Ih per pound; rice, 10
cents pur pound; canned ponchos, 25
cents; strawberries, 3u cents; plums, !I5
cent; tomatoes, 120 cents; com, 'i5 cents
per can; dhurrie, 30 cents; coal oil, -l.r
cents pergallon, and nil kinds of gro
ceries cheaper than the cheapest, by
J. II. Piin.t.ii'.s,
Opposite now custom house. 12-.1l
e - - '
CHy Sri l. lor (Sale.
Five hundred dollars vlty rcrip forpale,
cJieap in sums (o stilt the piirchasor. Ap
ply o Miller it Miller, Ohio Levee.
I 'or Oily 'Irrnsurrr.
We nrr r"tliinwI to Anii..un'i. r. JOII IIV
I.ANf', ua' i. l"Utn for le-ol-ii.iti to the ultlce of
City Tri'KUt r. Ih
Ti nro niit.'i r l lo nmn.iii.cf Hint J. II. T.WI.OIt
will l.i- i. ii.; .tc ford) Tr.'.iMiitr, t tlm riwufiiK
lirtrc-l .'! . ji.l:td
.Vii.mi id hrl? giiwi, thnt .IWiittlt liAviHg ln
miwlr oi , th IHOH-Ht f li cttm Inti'l, Ktr l.r
WmIi 'Jl. rttn MiK. ttmu Tnlr hhO ltdi.li.
I'wwnt, Trnic' of ih Cwru City IVfltwrty, tim-i
My tin- ' Sh, A O. 14, mi I (MjrtOilt iliii.e jnm
from thf Am ih-ruof, h ilh -n pvt cetit. ii.'tt-ro!
til liif, n l i"n (wr nt. thrnflr, H'I "lo nor'
tt.p pujmi'i.t ol l.iab. wild Ml. Uh flt).i'r, rnM
WiIIimn II Knfru Mat .rrn hin'WttlH hioflini with
If.r if tI ti lit followini .(ertr.H j.rourly,
..wit - UU niuulrl ti n (V), t'nJIOi iiil rlrtnti
(Hi. in Moft hniiifrMl ix t. i he th.r.l Ml.litmtt
to Hie o.ty of l'.il. In tlif -ountX ef Atf ihIm- nnl
HUi ot nllnolt, wtifli Mill rnoilpujo h, hy ti.l
S. sto TTlot Ui'l Kdwln IVr.ni. Trunin ufore
nl,ontl. twi-lftti J) of Jniirjr, A. 0. liTu, for
vat if rf-i'i, 'tulr aii(nm t.. (ffwiri lntwr,
and wkHjh mI Ktti$K" r-onfcl lb iitm Hr
rortor Am, n( Uja toiiM) of Alr.T'.mlfr, In. lok
"r, PW . MHO. nil m i-rtttg ,un n1 Mr
'.hi (b(r .llr ib-1 llitrlj -four
T, toffnltirr win. inkrtt tliorwu, at
rvntK Uf.D' .Mt
thv rul staia UU I
I, t, nnlrrUrn't v ef S. Ftmt T;lr
ni Kdwiu hirwiit. Tr. w, ti., to tom kl
inortKM1 " m4'. "" nf U... urm utnl ir
Tiv.oiia of tlw MUif, w ill. on TMndr, tni fch ilsj
of Jnurr. A. 1) l7i'. al ln n'Hoefj n m., f tht
djr, undrt snd ty urto f tli Iiwr of e
Utnrd Ik Mid muHirf. w-tl J iiNilleSiylAn, la tht
nicriMI itfil'ivr, lor r-r,, i in irnni m)r w nr
curt hff tn
id Cltr nf Cairo, tfl tho AtT cf
prrin In 'M tif
of III 6ol, Iho v,rf U'ri-xi
ti MiriMw ni OMltMi f
Vti.afll' I I'MV'Ml
AtLM. Win A Hrttti, Mlf.
Jul. II, u:-dw
To Tin- Vpx Vnyrtft of Alrnndpr.Conii.
I' unit Mntr uf lllluitla.
Th Ux Ix.'.k i i. in inr I.BM.Ia and frlh ir
of i nr in Hui' C"..ntjp. ti). l'MttM-r,
n.l ti ir I. Km n" d... ,ti4 tor th Jr A.
tl. !, f will I- ..!. .., mr ..rbe rtfry U dall
IDK Ihr montl ( J i r.mt l-.
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ctn.'t on Wadkmlay. Marah ., imi..
Allh iotnf Aka Kiinib, in 1'niijr I'tmyl,
Al ih trf K A. IMmanMin. in OtnrCrfV ft
clawl.un MoDihf, Anl Ua, laTu
Al lb iohMl Uuw. aM Thwm. J. jT3aUia lu
ClMr Uik lr''.n.'l,n Tl.urlT, AvrWMh, Ifl.
At (h l..r. . ( I . i i. KaM m. in lbs Ua of Tlkttw
Wrdnrxl), A.rilh. IT
Allhoiton- o Mm '. It' .1iit. t Jjaarti 'K on
TJitirada. Apr t Tth, !. ' '
Attn atom of i. i.am.r, in Um Mbmd, on
Fnd, Al.r I Mh.
At ih f...g. of T Man. itaHia, m iMMMPlk. u
HMnrdy, April tMh, MOu.
WaTTulhoM or. .ua I mi, at aHraxiMd aair
It nnd wthwali. "e I -hali .lo I.U Bl Man lo
otl l OTerjr dull.tr -aaM I ot! th T Jto- uMvrd-
r.' X" law.
dania inord. r tl.at lladi r c'lon-of moi
b fouad -lily. I. II. Ml
i auran. iriaif jwirr- rtar llotaSMa or J Wir
'i oi Ivor nana I
V)irriffai. K "f1Wpa (.lln-i..rn( Al4l4T Qa.
i.l.wr afh. f (irfra, III., Jan. Jlh, A. 1. )m.
N 4t. i hi.l.) nfwa, Ihai. whr ua tta Ualnl
U .y ..f Jr-h. A. P. latt, Thoma. t'orrtr M. Mat
aibkti Porter, Ma .f. mal ihfir ootlain marl jaw
dwl, I. h.eh il.t jr 49mrt d i JahM r. Muor. of
lh-iior Kt. Utah , fwto ..f Mnourt.la(4 )Im ()
and taj. la MiM-k iwofl), In ll. foortl. .Iitltton to t)i
.y of (Mro, Ali'anii'lrro'inty, IIIinoh, for tint par
f U'to-r 'nrht; ih paymant of rorum
KmiuiKMiry h of -vn )m Miih mild niorlHiM,
rtlm Mttn of on I.uut.-l and lift) .loll ara, p.).
aio Oi Jot.ii .- MoorH, t). ii.-nlli" afiar iUt. ul
ttfawil hy tlir aid Tnomaa l'..itr i and alu-roun It
an- i xi rMf arortHn
jrrrtHnlui aatd nmrlgivi' tbktlH aae
lh tmrincnt f Mid .i"ini.iory wit,
AraafiA-ArdiirKlo lb O'lior and lUot "f
of ...r.,.ilt in- II
i .i.) i. ui ltr)K
II..- -uii..-, linn I li.. aairi Joliu M.(r-. Ill- UitxX rrn.
rfntai.i -ar asri.niey. arlrr hHrmr adrtlwl
I. ! tm ! in a i,tapapr j.uWiI.mI m
Cairo, or l) o,t ug up writirn ..r prinlisl n)tk(M in
four Idaym in rottMy aherv uud fir-tniic art
riiiiat. inlk-M ..'I! th Mino, or any twrt lliorauil, and
all ril.l aad i-.,ijnv of ,.'diB ii'.ii of thraitM thoniaa
I'orirr and Mrxmilli IWIcr, l.ia aifp, thir Itaflro, r i-i-
ul'.r-, alliiiei-liaaBr r no im m and to tli"
-. J .i.'inlai ami wir-H-, Wrfault l.iU l.Q nuulu
in li..- puTinriil of til" a4i t aiim uf ffn lUliidroil
i.i.'i tiliy ifullara, for nliM'li h.. j.p.iniory niflo and
in rttfuji Mr Kon, now tlirrrf'.rti In puituiWH to
tl.r M, r onaMltd in (Im aMl.l m'.rtiyi', mo will, aa
t. nlt..rn) ol a It- axid J'.lm b Muarn, al at 1 41 1 J in
iciidiK.. lo ib hiadifH l.tddcr, f'irrn.l., at I ha iniiitt
lion..', it. Cairo, on Ilia t.th day uf January, A. I'.
1: , nl tint hour f i l.'Wii o'ol.M'k. in tli f.iti iiooii
of kMi.l .luy. tl. Midlou fi- i'ii and hh Id), In
two m thu fourth kJ.I.Uuii lo lli' idly of Cairo,
utility of Alnnaailrr nnl Hll of llllr.oi, aad alii
rxfriiti- to tho imre)ia,iror .ar. l.K-nr Ihrri-of drnla
f. r lt. . olni-valK r in l.!nitnl. of li aalil prOMllna".
An k. Waaa 1 llvri h. Attorn)' for
.l .ii. I-., UTo-dlOl J OILS' H. MOOltK.
(iltOCEUIES, LIO.UQHS& TOUAL'CO.
1) SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO LEV Kit, - - OA IHO, ILLINOIS
"'Mtly un hand n moat complcto
lot u 01
SCOTCH AND IULS1I WHISKY,
Port, Miulrlr, Blttrry nml Catawba
itnf AflrNT ron
J, MUD J- CO S OKLK1UIA TUD WJIhEIr
Wn 'oil pxclualvoly for CASH, lo which wo Inritollm
attcntioa of i'1'ii.o o:ih lliy era.
i)-pc.ii.il attention paid to filling orders.
"''lO'll ' ' 1 1 '' '" " . . rriaanaaaaiMaaa .aa
p M. WARD,
FIItE WOOD) :
li nreparcil to fill ordom promptly nml sk'tlnfivolorily
with thu beat Qaknnd hickory lirowtiod. '.
I.eriToordpra ut Illllea' p. itnad, or attlio podt
office. , rtplll