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OFFICE: No. 13 Tonth Sfca-eot. Thornton's Building.
DAILY EDITION
SArUJlDAY EVENING-. JANUAliY 22, 3870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & 00
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POLITICAL lAIl.tOJt.l'ir.
Knur in"fro euixlMatch arc rtimiliij; for
Wllton'i vacant coat In thu Vlryinlu li'K
Islattira. Hon. Logan SJln uxpocli-'iJ to open tliu
bull in entit;iusH, at an early tluy, In
favor of thu luinoval of the cupllal totlio
west.
'1'liL' nefroe.vf Iowa want "I'limucl
plutlon ilny" cImiikimI to Jn-1 huforu
tli'Ctlon, o tliat thu white folks who
want tlH'ir votes "will Join In the pro
ci'sion."
Tho Detroit 'Free I'ruj.i'MtAa; "Ammik'
tlio reported fulliiruM In Ififl'j, wo
ueo mentioned thu failure of the
parly to restore economy to the
tratiou anil Justleu ami union
do not
radical
the
Mutes."
llutlcr wrote to n feinalt i.'orreMoiuIi-iit
Virginia, cuiiiloliiif; wjtli her on the
Ittnicutulite condition of tUInlM there,
ami Miylne; thai utte nethl nut fear "thai
f shall ilo nnythlni; contrary to tho rec
ord I have niiule,1' which intuit have
b 'en reasitiriiif,'.
(.''mure ii rapidly altikliiH to an or
puili-ntt coinlition. The fitr-inti-nt policy
of exclusion ttinler the imine of recoil
!truetlon HimU no newxpujicr supporieN
above thu level of I'oru -y'f twin fheetw.
The N'ntlou at onue the mt MnItIvo
In conviction, tlie plalne.it In peech,
and the ttlilt-H in argument of republic
an jotirnaN -proinplly ouiidt-inned the
( oiiKrexkiotinl NtlltuiL' Itjwant outhern
Mutei, and the New York 'Tlmr' take
a like position In uu nrtivle " "ihrperx
edition of Virginia. "
A Matotnent Jtial Iseinjil from Gen.
Ointiv'fl heailiiiarter.-i nhfiwn that the
total white vnto of Virginia reKtered in
ISO" wk 122,121); the total colored vote,
107,7-JO. in thereiitratlon of 1600. the
white vote, nil tied was 40,Ofl ; the colored
vote added wu- il, JIT. The vhlt vote
deducted Win JI,88S; the eolotuil vote de
ducted wsi 10, 521;. The white gain wan
2't,0W; the colore! caln was 13,.siW,
The prosent total while vote of the -tato
151 1-VI; total colored- vole It 121,00;
wliltn majority, 2M57. The total vote
of thu Mute, white nnd colore 1, U L'TJ.soo.
SI a vary in Alaska.
roH lltirlmrlfy ul' I ho Sytiiii.
a r.oni.v
or cini.tiitr.v
III.A.VKin'.
run a
One of the worst vll- we have toe-iin-plain
of In Alal;a"i a Mi-ti-m of Mavery
that for harbarHin ckiiiiM Im Miriwwt-il
In uny country under the miii. It i- a
Hy.Hteni that will n quire yenn toabolMi,
und j;rcat patience on the part of the
white population and the clvill.d In
dkUH to endure. It If a yMtmi which
hat been practiced ever Mnec the dis
covery of the Territory, and truditbrn
tell u that it wan in cxMeuce t"r ten
turicbi'fi Slaves can I Ixxipht to
day from any trio.- that It In Ala-ka
Parent will hell their children for three
or fnir blankct or a few ddlar. and
have no compunction of eons-cU-nre for
the tiie they may be put to in the future.
When one tribe koo l" war with an
other all the prI?oner taken by either
tribo are called, treated and u-ed uh
hlaves, S'hen a chief or any of liU fami
ly dies It N tho custom to kill one or
more of theco idaves n that the chief or
hl relative may have a servant In the
other world to wait on him. About a
V-ar'tiffo the .)ld chief of the .Sitka tribe
illed,, and a few days before hi- death,
when hli lelatlvoii were MitiMleil that ho
could live but a nhort time, they elected
as a victim for tmcrltlcu a, voting, healthy,
ood Jooklou warrior, whom the Sitka
tribe had taken prhoner while at war
with one of the tribes down near Quton
Charlottes' Sound.
The slave bad been tlod up two days
about the time the old chief died, and
byhomu nieai.s s-jiuo of his Irleinls were
apprised of IiIn condition and immedia
tely notillud (letieral IUvlsi tint the In
dian tdave was llablu to bu killed at any
inomeut. General Dnvls had one of thu
chiefs brought beforo him, and after a
Ioiik conversation about the foolishness
of Mich naerlllces lie agreed to lc tihe
Hlavo un free, and lest they mlfjlit at
tempt to put Into oxeuutlontlielr original
idea or killing him, General Davis pur.
nilttcil tho Indian to remain in the city
where ho would )o protected.
.lu-ta week ye-leulay one of tho
chiefs tried hanl to jct hold of a half
breed named HvauoU' to saerlllco him.
For the two preceding weeks this chief
would 0 up every day or so to General
Davis,' stating that hu had a Hlavo in tho
idty, and wanting to know If ho could
not iti-l him Into Iudian town. Tho
(ieneral, tupposlne; the chief wanted one
of his Indians, told him to go and got
Jilni, hut It was not until tho day in
iiuestlon that tho oll'ort was mado to neL
this man. It seums that Kvanoir's
mother was an Iiu'lan woiuaji, but his
father was u Hussian, and when ho was
hut threO years of ago a lady nanieu
UeiiKcniau Rnt him and brought him up.
The chief who claimed' him hail a
child that was expected to die, and af
terward did, and having no slave, but
(jit! claim on Hvanoli; mado this oll'ort
(o sacrifice him that ho, might boa
Muyaut for Ills olfjld l)( the spirit world.
A lot of thu chler warriors were repalr
inir to 'lho, house of Kvanofl', but bofoio
gotdng there Kvanoirs wife ran for the
Hussian bishop, aipl Kvanoll' after an
Interpreter, to plead for 1)Ih life bufom
Gen. Davis, having understood that
Gen. Davis told the Indians they could
take him. When Gi)ti. .Davis Haw who
Jlio chief claimed, In a very few well-
timed wro 'aughtthatold ohief and
several of in-) wariorf, more about civil
l.atton t U mi they over know before.
General J)aviK asked tho chief what
ho wanted with this niau, pointing to
Kvanoll'. Tho Indian told him his
child wus nick and ho only wanted him
for three hours, and thou ho would let
him go free Tho Gen. told him that
tho bust thing he could do, was to look
on JCvanoli'as a free man already, and
told tho Indian If In thu future hu should
ever attumnt to trouble Evouoir again,
hu would pilt-him in thu guard house
and koep hlul there. Thu Indian went
oil well pluuMsd.and said that hu would
be n good Indian herettftur.
Tho fdaves are put to de:th as follows:
As soon Huon u a chief dies tho slave Is
compelled to wash the body of thecorpsej
And is then taken out anil thrown Hat on
his back and held there, when a stick of
wood Is placed across his .throat and two
Indians fit doWu on each, end of It, and
in this wuy strangle him to death, ills
body is than placed Innluua largu title of
'wood and bilrncd to nalio.
It is customary when a big chief dies
to put to death one or more Maves. All
slaves taken in war havo to act as Her
vnnts for tho ohlufs who own them.
Kltku 'Times.'
, A Genteel Swindle1.
An Untlroly Saw ami Putvljr !-
iL'inui iiiinuoiu'c iiotiRc: '
One evening in November lat a gen
tleman prcented himself nt the resi
dence of Lord (!-, In London, and
aked to see the lady of the house. Hu,
waf! shown Into the room bf J.ady C.
''My Luly," .-aid he, "a more accident
has thrown into my hand; a number ot
Icitotj1 which Lord C htis written to a
young Judy with whom he I'uU rtained a
li'tn'm for several ni Jiltbs. Tm young la
dy is beautiful and highly Iut--l.lgent, she
In ot' reopectaolu lainiiy, iiiiil only llir
lillodiie-K of p.p-lon hu Induced her to
orgtjt hcMujr ln this way,"
Lady C, who loves her husband pas
(loimtely, wa thunderstruck.
"ill'," flic ijnsped convulsively, "and
those letters which you have received,
where are they V"
"I have got them. Here they are,"
(.uld the gentlemen, producing at the
same tf m a bundle of live or Mx letters.
Laily C Jtretchod frut hdr hands to re
ceive the bundle which thu geiitlcmau
had shown her. .
' "My I.adv," nald the gentleman, "I
need iiuLtoli you that tlif-t letter- are
valuable. I.oni V w,uld pay me live
hundred poinds for them; but in return
fug them tolilm I Would assht him In
the crim he is committing against you.
Morally h" always bail a powerful In
llueiico on my actions, and, in seeing you
M terrjblv excited and hopele, 1 feel
Incllilcd to act generon-ly with you nml
oiler them "to you aC half the prlco tlie
fjortl' would i-hv for them."
"lhH, 8lt," M.hl llady ( ., "I do not
know, whether tilde letter are genuine.
Vou arc a ncrfuet stranger to me. They
may buorgerles."
Attlie;-e words the gentleman replaced
tlx-Ixiiidli' Into his pocket, and liowed
isdltely to the lady.
"t have nothing to any, My Iuiy," said
he, coldly "Inl '., who knows wheth
er they aro genuine or not, may decide,
on their value."
And tho (,-eutlemau went to the door.
"dtop,1' wild My Lady. "Let me havo
tho-e loiuu Hut, sir, I have not got
the amount' you ark for them In ca-h.
If this1 diamond necklace will satisfy
you, you may have it. Lord C, paid
three hundred pounds for it last Christ
in us and it is worth more than you ask
fir the letters."
The gentleman examined the necklace
closely, anil then, after having put it in
to liiv pocket, delivered tho expensive
letters.
.Whun Lord C, came homo a few hours
after, lit found his wife In despair. Only
aftura thousand prayers and caresses hu
succeeded In learning thu terrible news
which had been communicated to Lady
(' In vnln lie tried to persuade her that
i.tin'li!ttl linen mnito thu victim of an in.
Hgeulnus swindler who had protlted by
'his absence to deprive her of a costly
. plccu of Jowelryv Laily Cideclared that
'all his assurances Weru as many lies,
anil she was determined to separate from
l)m.
At this juncture a letter was brought
iln On opening Ita twenty pound hank
note fell on the table. The lady read
hurriedly thnoontonts of the letter, which
wns addressed to her, and which ran as
follows:
My J.ady lly this time Lord C, will
,havo convinced you that my Jotters aro
Ingenious fabrications of my. own hand,
'l am an artlt-t In my own way; my for
series, aro excellent, and you aro not tho
Jlrst, not hopo I, will you ho tho last'o't"
my- victim. Hut. I nm honest In my
ileallngs. I asked twoLAmdred and llfty
younds for tho lottery You gave mo
pour, neckliioo, ' I havo Just sold It for
IC2Y0 ' !Oft;.r. H. & I)., Ludgate Hill,
mid taKo UCo llhpr.ty to Vnelo-. you jl'20,
nninunt over and abovo 1113' demands, I
!iavo no doubt tho jewelers will, upon
iroseutatlon of this letter, return tho
liooklnco for thu amount they paid for
It."
1 Very res
"J. J Tiiikk."
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Ml NAI.i; 12 Slmrut ifHtw1 bi ili.-fulrority
1 l'liit.xrty liomiiHuy. WINSTON.
i l'liit.xrtv liomiiHuy
1 Jan. ..nil, iju. - 11
LJIlEHIFr'is SAbE.
ni' vltlncof tHrti"'r!l r.xfoutlonii" iiu'illn-cti-il
lyl1iei.'lvrlii'fili-ii'iiil ivmri of Alcx.iml.'r Oum.
(v In IllrSliiti-iit III 1-, nii-tln-l plaliultt' for coH
ill tin' fallow jus I)I"-'Iimuo. tn-vi: lloincti KiIkkikI
t". II llv"'rl 1-lii-tliHr hikI All'i rl Fliular linn of
S)litlinr' KIhkIhi-, Itoinco -Krinii . Jolin
SvlAii'li Rumw Knj-liil v.. (tenrKO T.
rump, I lino iiiM-ii thii fiiliorhig ili"crlloil
roin oiy, K.wlti I.oi No. ix'8)-, liibluck N. tifly
It'iir 0 h tlx oil' "r Culrii, 111 Ibot'tnlpor Illinois,
tt.irf.Mifir h in nil iiiivim iii-- uii'i oi-imi it-ii'iu t
i..- -i. .1 . . .1. I. .
llrrcilllti U-loiiKlilXr ltn' M'H'-ty f III" i-aiil
Kll III
ll.inifli KtIl-iiiiki hIihiIi I unsll nm-rin pnll-puii-til llit
tnlMHijiiiuor n iit - v iiiMii.1' hi mi--n 1 in . mil-,
nty
1 I'f I
rolm
1 llio Mute orillinoi. nu nvj
. 1). ls.'Vi ln-wn tli" iiommJ'
( i,i'a M KlKi'lll'iir AI(-:m.iV (mmtr, Illinois
AKNOOTCEMENTS.
I'or Oily Tronirer.
Wo .ire Aiitlioritpil to nnnoiinco Mr, JOHN JIV
I.A.ND.m acnmllilnto for re-cli-r'lloti to Hie otIl:r of
City Trmrer. to
We ar authorlioJ to nmiouncotliat J. II. TAVI.OIl
will loicmnllilnto for City Trcusutcr, at llic onsulnt?
ilinrtnr flection.. Jant-tl
I'm- CHy Clerk,
Wo arc nutlmrir.cl to announce, tlit JOHN llttOWN
l-ni-niiilliliiu- fur tlic ullioi- of City CWk,at lliei-i.
tn K phnrtrrrltN-tlon. t' JjnUt-
Wo nraiilliorltet to ruiiiuinurjr- tlmt J. 0. CHOV.
LEY will twarnnillihitc for llicofllce oMJIty CW-tk t
ilio rimllng charter riiflton. J JanlHtd
I'or Clly ?Iirsliil.
We nrV'notlinrlroil toannntaico llial .MICJIAKIi
UMIUtfCIC,' will t-f n rauKJhlatiVorri-i'tpetlon to tli'
nlRi-piif Cily..MiirIinlatlllil i-lmiijnx municipal clcc
nn. - ; laii'JOiil-
Wc- are aiif)iorifiil to announcr iliat JOSKI'H All
NOI.I) will x nrnillilito for the lotrW of City Mar
slial atthf mulngeliartcr'-ltf'ii. tc
Wi- ar-aittlioriicl to anhotinW (Hat HANIKIj Mc-
CA11TIIV, present clui-f of police, will lf n riuntiilatc
for Hu-olDct-6f C ity . Marshal at tin- enduing rh.irtrr
ilrction tc
JLKtriTON XOTICK.
nnxKit.ti. 'irAKTi:it i:r.Kcri.v.
llitJx) N"'jtc i- ii" lii-ti hy In-n that tle-ru will m a
fii-mnl ilurlvr ill" tion hi hi m Ink t ity of Cairo,
County vf Alraan tf r, noI Statu of Illinois un Tni-ilay
"iorniy n-l. A. lit 170. for Hip Mirpo-'- of cli-etinn
m Mayor for a.;l C.t. t-'i'y CU-rk.Ciiy Attornc? , Cit)
I ItiAouitn-iii'i or .lliltii-iini-" ono jni-niit-r ni mr
tvih-ct Cftnn il from ilii- 1-int Ward; one liii-inlit-r cf
m ifom tii' -i-f iiin iuri, aii'i nim iin iniM-r i mi
tli City at law, ANo two Al'l'-riiiin from llir Kut
Wanl. Uu Alil-rii i-n ffim llii- ?-crmi Want, mn- Al-
li-iii.n fruin Oi Tli.nl ward :in lbiii Ahli-rinati fioin
Ilt-.Juijrtli'f'1-JU
will Iik niii ui-t In l'n illtli-ri-nt Wrd at f-d-
lon(: Id'Ii- rY-t tir l at tif otl of M-Kt-nsi- It
-'o. V9nr of IrHlJi lr'-l anil Wntlilnsluli ari-niii-.
lnUi -f'-uiid .tvard al tin-lKllii-.liiilv of I In' Aral)
Urn i jinitu hi iimni-n-iai ai-mn-. root or si-n-titii
Mr-t. lu tin- Tlnnl Wr( in O).- i-Miri-. int. Sinn.
liiy.f-riM-x Wiith.i,i,ii.n( hui- aud Twi-lltli lr---f
, . lullii! tilt if i uru ai in miuii jioiup, on hhi.
UvlolidU llUK. j
Poll- ill I-1k iiiiI at Oo'uJfwk aitn.aiHl i lo.i-'M C
o pIocU p.ui.pji-aidday. JOHN IIKOWN,
City (.'li-rk pro ttt.
CiTPi.lltUiou.Jnnry 21,1 T0,
VI
T KG A L ' "SOT I CK. '
Jj . .: ,
Noiln I- ln-fuli) tfiioii, tIJi! ihfaillt luring twrn
inailp in thn iami-nt of ' i-rutn luiil, iin hy
Wuliim II. Krn- Ut.-v Mi Tailur ami VAU
l4rni'ii, Truilrpof lln- tWru h I'mix-ity, dativl
ny tr.r )Kh,-A I' l--. an I iayaMi- tlm-u )rar
fniintlntt!lu tluiriHif, unit MX I'ifi'fht Inli-rt-t t uh
til dm-, a'l in.Kr t.n(. tlii-rrtftvr, and to revurc
llir" plMlitul bf uLmU Ml-t nottv dli thtT, aunt
S lliuiill Karti lliiitiirfrtaiurii)rtmij- with
ttuvi-r of loJu on lliu folli.'.rliu-.Ifn. rll-.il iriiM-ny,
.- w t I Kit a nutiiht-ri -l li im ('. mi (mi and flctvii
(111; JiiJ In-.iv nnin!)un.il ix ( , hi thi- llnrd nildilmii
litiao eitr af CUiu, iu Hi- tf.lnnt) jif Alxandcr and
"i- ft llhiiuii, ) mud iu6ilKat i". hy aid
p. MaiilnTayiur uulX.J.wli I-.H-oii.. 3iit.'-M afnri'
4td,tMiU l r Lull da of Jlnu.ir-. A. II. liTtf, lor
rr-i.iXi-.J. duly tt"ild tiliiri- lllnt-r,
and w in' ka Mid iiioitxaKx I rtoirdi-l In the Kc
cordnr'tKjaii' of las cunt" of Alt-xnndi-r, In Uxtk
-K i.i. . li--. nm aniuiint nml bt'int Uiif and lav.
Ui-,.Ihiii i: v.Mlity-tUruv ikillon . and thlrt).foiir
tnta trlrmul. tvutiuf wii" i.iii' w.i-rnHi, .1
llie ritti aJiiii iUU... i
1. Hu- i hilrfailZlii- t annual' nf. hlit Tayl'T
ifl Mmu I'arautw. Trit- nr.. ! vh"m ru I
morl,iVMii lilailv, ty nitu-l ( Irt' li-nn and n
tiiluimof UK haliic. will, ok I'ui f lav, tliv ; -li .1 iy
t Jauiui). A; ! l"". nt ti'O iiVlv"k- a in., of that
Uy, Uiieei an j i y miuo in mo onrr i aio con
Uiul lit a.d liiortv, n il It publk- auction, to the
Lull? l.il'l-r. lur rnth. at tnn front -l""r of tln
c it hiiii- iu tai.i i iv of tAir'm thi- nuiity of
Alfiaftdi t. aui "t di "f III iiot-, tin-nlon- 'lt-iril-l
i., ii..r. Ui .t -ly tiie itiirp'i and '.n iiti..n. of
J. 1 in .rt8.. l.KOHpKItAWIilt.
Aiti v Wiaua llirtiB, atl!y.
J.u. K.-UTo-Jtd
jTOTICK.
NutHfit ha.Ly a.iuu. tliat, wlira on il.f third
lay cf Match, At li. lui, TlHima J'"ili r and Mm-,
MOili'l'iirUT. liH ifu,uuil- thWr rortain mortiw?f
itveti. by ha-httny tml lo John r. Moore. if
thocity.ol buLouu, Mat or Mi-ourl.lot. tmw:.)
and iln, in Uouk l.-iJ . ui tint fmirth addition to tliu
my oi. Cairo. Alcxiimli-r county. llliaoi. f--r tli pur
por i'f ht-m-r i iiruii; tho mym(-nt of a ror'aln
iiroinl'irj uota ut tit-ii -latl- wnh raid mnrti;Hx'i
f.r tliv mm of acitn hunilrol and tlfl) dolLirn, far.
aUo tu John h. Moor. tlvo ininilhf uflir .t4.-,iiiid
mynrii by the aid Thuiuan 1'oiUr i ai.d wln r.ai it
vi uipri-itly prbiidctl Iu aald inorUu-c that in rae
of iliifatill in llm laiymi-nt of Mid promitaory notr,
or any liarl l.'.trvoi.iW ' ordinKto tin- tenor and vlliil of
th- .imi, then tho aanl John Jloorc, hu lejjal ri-p-ri--'
ntai.ktt or att'-rni'), nlUT haMinr n.lti-rtitid
niMi trn da III a imwajiaper pulilmlipil In
(n.ru, orlyioitinj,-iip written or pnmvd noii-oiii
four id.v-r in the t-ounty uhcra raid prelum- ar
'annate, iimiht aril tin- aaiiic, or any imrt tlioreol, and
nil rijiliUtiid oUity of n-demplion of the ald Thomai
l'orlrr und MmMiiah i'orler, hi wife, their heir, ex.
tumor, udinlnltdalori or aum In and to th
aid prvmiieat and wlii-n-ai, default ha I ti madn
in lh paymonti of tho said aum of n-vcn hundred
iiinl tllly dollart, for which iald jiroiulttory nolo and
inort(:a.'e uaremetii now thrrloro In puimianeo to
the iiut-r eonumed in thn .aid m"rt;ai(e, we will, ai
ti attorney of tho aid Johnh. Moore, till at illbie
n ii'iili', to lliu hlliost linl'lnr, (urciv-ili, at lhi court
l.ijuav, nucaim, wti thu 'iMIi day of Jmi..ry,.. It.
17", at Hi.' hour., f -leen u'cl'-U, ill the fireunon
of mid tljy. tha ni' l I "t five (0) nnd x tm, Hi l'1'i-k
to i J., in tlio funrili additioii to the city of t'auo,
Cuunt) of Ahfauder itnd Mnte of llluinit, and will
rxi-'-iile lo tlw win lower nr iiiiri-ha.eri llierij deeil
for the luuteyaiH-o in femiilt'of the rant irtmiei.
Aun, Winn A' llrn.au. Attorney for
J.m. r.mo-dllM JoltNii. mooiu:.
. ia. . -
N
OTICK "
To Tltt TiJt l'aycrs ol" Ali-xnmlcr I'ohii
ly niul Mote rillliUt
The tax lok la now m lily hmnU and for tin- pur
poe i f i-ollK-IIni! the Hlalc, Count), Hptteml. I'uliir,
mid Ii ttrnl Siliool taxot now due, mid tor tho year A.
I), tufa, J will lm at Cairo In my olliee every day ilur
ihK the mouth of IVtiriiary, ml'.
At Ihe linuanof Jaooh llarllun'-, in Hali'roil rro
i-iiii l I'll Wedi.drty, Mart-It mill, WO.
ttlie t-ti-ro of Jiiliu Knulli, In 1'illty 1'ri.einel, on
Tli'ir.'l.iy, Miuohtil.t, 1T". '
At tin- tiiri of II. A- HdiiiuiiKoli In CUsir Creels Tri
dm t, on Monday, April Itli, !'.
At the School lloii.e, lu ur Thoiuaa J. Mi-Clure-- In
Clear Cri eh l"re-hi(-t,on Tliutmlav, April ilh, lT".
At thi- tturoof J, (,. Ilolwimt, in tlie town of Thvhe'
on WeiluedHy, April lith, l;ju.
A the ntort ofolrn Heilner, :tt Santa re on
'Unirtday. April 7lh, 1I0.
At the (.torn of M. 11. tinnier In Coomi Ulanil.oit
rriilnv.-Vjiril Blh. laTU.
At tho h.iuae. ot I Ionian Martin, In Dogtooth, on
.aaturdaApril 'Jth, lu. '
j-.i)-I n tli... e who ni rmtl tax, be mire and pa)
it and aatatoata'-uu 1 .lull do all ill my power to
collect every dollar i-luiU'd on tho Tax Hook lu-eord-liur
tola. -
li)-ll Kiirennd hrinit yourfornior Hei-eiptHoryour
lined morderthat tlu- Uetcrtptioii, ot your lainl may
la) found ren ' 'y. It. it. MVhIW,
Sherilt'and rit-Othelo Colleelnrof Aluxamler Co,
Collri'tur'a Ollb it' t:airo, 111., Jan. Till, A, I. UTu.
jaul0jJkw3iv '
CAS.
rpO G'AB'JUONHUMKltS. 4,
Jlennr. fl.ll'.. Vendor. A Co., near eoruer of V.lghth
lrftnnd.Co'nmiroul avoiiue, havo uipllii tlieui
elrea with on.of II, Mi-K'niatd t Oo'a LifalllMe
Meter Telei.'l'ar(leiiili"atiih-l ailli the rtKUtt;r
UK of llimr motai-w cannuw hKt ajlniin tlid. If tho
mterMar'f.iuiMltup.lhii .wimllcxpeii of tho te.t
... f i .A ai il I at ll.v iii.iliir
H oil llitum.iuu. t-t v-;"tit I
in ! ui ml ilnfortfcc. mrfhiuaohi'll e made mylMI I
(1JIM L J !
i ., IW '(. ;
I t.lM 1 .
TAILOR.
QOHNELIUS HOYLK,
140 OMHBKCIAfj AVKJIUK,
loKlliotl A Haythornea Hoot auJ Dho Store,
mo, ILMNOtS.
-Cumn( done a abort noHte. mtrJt
FURNiTURE.
g S. IIAKHELL,
UKttKl Iff
I?1 TJ H. 2T I T XJ DEI. 3D
Quccnttrarc, Uar Fixtures, Glasswaro
' iX6
. itoirg: vuusiiiiiiau.oooDflt
Xo. lHSmidlMT, Com.Ar. t CAIRO '1.1,.
rurlliltf
book binding!
QAIltO CITY'JJOOK J1INDKRT.
3IAHCUS SILVLIUtKIKJ,
Book. - 33 Index-, Xlviloj
lllnnk Book XjumfacturM
No. 73 Ohio Lkvs, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
am 3'Mdlf
AH - J I ."a a
BHOOJr FACTORY.
1AIHO BllOOM MAKUFAOl'ORV.
(
J
YT. FI'KEU k DUOTIEit,
lUtlnj tHrfi-tld their arruri((cuiut for the manufac
ture oi llrutma iu tint city, nt mow prcpartd to 41
order at Ut ,
Low IPrlooa
Ath' aiuu litlraof tiooiiuuanhc puruhatud any
ulirrp. l)iM-ri- 1MI a tlr ttora a(C, l, Wllllataion, M Ohio
f.ye, oral tlia
llnnufaotory, FwrtBtK trt,ftwcen
. ttalnut nml Cedar, '
Will b (iroiuptly attandPd 10.'
Oidn by mall abonhl ! addrraai-d ta
vr. r. M'KnnAiitto.,
V, 0.. Itox 434,
J'luro, lllli.uit.
hUt
LIQUOR. SALOONS.
J01L IIYLAiSrD'M SALUON
l inpphed with all kind hi
tS uiaorlor Xilcjiuox-Mt
Beer, Ale. ale..
Commercial at du, bat. Ninth aaJ Tnilii atrerla,
Th"tlilrty,V,hJ toia ood llquorp, alimild itlfa lilm
-al), and tliO ho wIkU to laid a Irunrunt vicar cab
. r.'-lr wnl .uiplcJ lu mr l-ilili
ATTORNEYS
Attoriiur.1 and (.'onim-Hor at I-air,
WllllniM II. Trrrii, )
William . Ullbrrl, V C'AIKO, 1 1. 1..
.IIIUm F. Itllbcrl, J
pialattonnon pin to Admiralty and Bteatibo
ouiineri.
IXIlcc on Ohio iierca, Kooma 2 mnA 4
otcr Jat .allonnl Ilnnk. nl5-lfl
ii
71 li. ALBRIGHT,
ArrOItNKV AT LAW,
orMre, corner af'J'tvt'litli Nlrcct ami WmIii
liiKton Atiuk,
CAIRO ...1I.I.IN013.X
Will urautkelu thUand tlie adiolalnz ludlcial en
cum, and make colUvtioua In thu ueighboriUKCOiin
lira of Mutuiirl aud Kvuluukr. ae-.-iif
LLKN, WKUB & BUTLKlt,
AlTOItNEYS AT MW.
OfUce In Uro.a' Xaw UuIIiHur,
Corner of Eleventh ptnet and Commrrelal Ara.nu
IV. J. Alien. I
it Walaon WaUli, Jl'AlRt), Il.U,
li.'l. Uutlcr, j
dfcildll
M
ULKKV, WALL & WIIKKLKH,
ATIOUNEVS AT iiAW,
John 11. 3!ui.kky,
11 to. W. "Wall, CAIFtO. ILL,
Sam'l 1. Whkklkk, J
OBIca Hooma, II ami 0 Whiter' Otoe
ilmil'Cadtf
REALESTATL- BROKERS, ETC.
Q "WINSTON,
(Huccusor to John Q. llarmin A Co,,)
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
mt
ATJOTXOSirBIIH.
I
lluyi and If II' Ileal Eatata, pay Taxra, turniahe
AbNtrai-taof Title, and prepare Conteyaner of all
lad. Offl;e, No. .l(3d door; Ohio l.eree, tnarlttl
PilYSICIANS
W. 11. HMITH,
j IMIYSICIAN Al hUUUEON,
Ut I'ICE Via COHMKKCIAIt AVKMl'K
(Over Haniidii' Hook Store,)
t .il-mia, Nit. 11 Thirteenth Street.
aplS ti
jyjBiiifeAL.
I ClM. DUNSINtJ, M. 1).
HKsltlNCB-Cor. 9th nuil Walnut Streeta
VKICE Cor. fltuitrtat anal Ohio Laree.
OKl'tt'E H0U1W KrVro a.m;toW m.,aodlria
aioOpan. decxitf-
ll.YAintt'EH, M. !.,
Office oerhtOmc. ' ' ' 1 '. ''
.epo.fctt ; , vKIJctt, , .Walaut atrfnt.
DIfiROLUTION OF COPARTNER.
BHIPt
The cop.irtnerhlp heretofore exhtlnc under the
nainnnnit Mylp ol K. V. Dari Co., waa dlaaoUed
on the-18th Instant, hy mutual conent, nnd all debt
up the firm muf t b paid to Mr. A. A. Arhslt, who la
Inly Builmtltctt to rocelre' and rerelpt for the eanie.
I). W. HAMMN,
January 21, 1870 3t
N
OTICB.
Unit, Pui.iKt Co., Ul.,
January, IT, 187a.
.iX' n P"rtn,'f''lP f . IteKer, Itood Co., la Ihla
i ?' ' f0,.vc, hy, ""'""'J -oniie.it of all partner. Tha
Vr'."'!.-. bll!LiI'.e'lti'r. flrm wi" "ttled by
11 ? Jc0' tMr tc:eaora In tho bttalnon,
ii ""ipnuthorlied to lira the namo of Ht. Leaer.
Hood & Co., In mnkinituclt ettleicnt.
JOHN HT. iiKflEH,
B. II HOOH,
JaulTlhd,,. J. A. 1". TKN KVCK. ;
Mound City Journal .cojt at Md 9ndh to thin
omcc . i
OROOERIiCS-CUifAIiaSIOlN-." "
WHOLES ALE GROOER!
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT, -
No. 72 Ohio Levee, .
Cairo, 111.
Itirran4 : . Merclianta of Cairo.
D. WILLIAMSON)
I'ROIJUCK AND COMMISSION
No. 7C Ohio Levee, Cnire, III.
Uneelal ttldtnllnn !.' In .n..L..H..i. ..J tttll.M
, 1 ,."i.v.wu,iiu(iuh Milt UUIUI
order. dftl't
W. STItATTON. r.
gTRATTON.&BIRD,
IHucceor ta titration, Hudidn J Clark),
WHOLEflALK
flrocern and Conimlnxtoii Morrlimt,
Agent ot
Antrrlran Fowder Co., nml MnnnlaelMrra
Akpiuh rr Cotton Yuma,
Ni. 07 Ohio ivrc, Culro, III.
oClftMtf -Iff
: 1
SAJPL WILSON,
- ' t 'X
Dealer fn
MOAT STOKES, flKOCEKlRS ANIU'ltO--'-VISIO.VS,
XI O Oliio Ijovce,-
""l-ltf i'nlro, lllluota.
II
pKTKIl CUHL,
Krcluslvr '
FLOUR , MIUtCIIAXT AXO MII.I.EILSt
Af.'EXT.
.o. NO iMiln Itrve-e-, I'nlro, IllliinU.
Order aoliullnd and promiitly nnd titi.lmtorllr
fi.led. ocldtf'
: -M
DYAS T. I'AIIKKK. JOHN II. I'HILI.18.
pARICKR dc PIIILL1S,
General '
Coiuiulsalou aud ForwonllBp Mcrcliaat
And DraU-ri in
I lur, Corn, (Inn, llrnn, ami nil Mluda til
lroliire,
OHIO I.KVKK ...M..........eAtltO, ltl...v . V
apt utr
,
I. II. AVK1W. K. J. AYkIIS.
A YKUS ii CO..
1ND
COMMISSION M Kit CHANT
No. 133 Ohio Levee, CAIHO, ILL
marlldtf
J M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huti-fsora ao K U. Hendrlck A Co.,)
Forwarding and Comiuihstou Merchant
AND
A'lIAIll'IIO.Vl' I'HOI'KltrruilN;
Ovtx-o - - - Illinola.
LIUral Advances Made on Ctmiiynmentt,
Vr prepared to receire, tore or forward Iraijikta to
111 bolllla 1 buy or aell on eiiintmailriii. Uuiln... tl.
ended lowilii promptni.. auioitavv
0
W. URKEN,
(Htlcreaiior to Kaltt. Urean A Cu .l
-ANI-
Uonoral Coiurulsslon Mercbaat,
CAino
..iixir,
mil
ir
F.
VIN(JENT,
IV.iler In (iriaierlea, Ume, I'lantar Pan, ffaxer
Hair, Cemeul,
In tuilk, alwai on hand. Corner Klghth trealk
Ohio I.eree.'CuIro Illluoia, mrltti.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
imon BALK,
3
ai
JOHN W. TKOVKIl CO.,
HHOKERN AM) EXC'IIANOE DKAI.KIts
KiKhth vtreet, eennd door fruin Com, Ax.. . .
EXCILVtaX ON .
-at.
(Jront Urltaiu, I Soutlieni frHiitiijr
Irolniul. I Krniii-v. ' f
Northern tiernianr, Swtdtm,
Norway.
Alo, I'auaKo Tiuket from
ttt'r))oof, Irttulon, Jfurr, .IliixrJ, IH imnx
and Hamburg, tNw I'urA,
-i'
Or to uuy bolul'ViVit. . ...
MTCtilleJljooa liitJe on any. point iu Hurnf.ei-' I
-matt U
e-
t.
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