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NEWS 0F THE CITY.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1870.
Got your election ticket. Frloe 16 per
.Hack coats at les than cost at
P. NefPs, No. 79, Ohio Levee. it.
Uw Euilari tibUI Cure. "It never
The Aurora oil will uot stain or grentb.
"THB BBSTIM U8K" Etlders' StOQltOll
Bitters. ' " " y
Go to 02 Ohio Levee for Aurora oil. It
Is cusapaod safe, and -does not imoke
Pitcher tfc Henry's large stpckj ofbrd
"ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, llnware, eto
will be eold without regard to coat. tf
1200 paiiuj of assorted pant,
veata to mutch, at coat, at No. 70
A aplendid lot of calf boot) and gal.
ten will arlvo at P. NefTa next week,
and will be sold low for cash. tf
ON TH6U8AND YARDS OK ORBJUt AND
teel mlxco Jeans, at 50 and 75 contapcr
yard, at P. NefTs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The Aurora oil la the cbeapeit, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use. It
may be had at 2, oblo levee.
Nothing tends more to connubial hap
nlneM than nhpnrfnl ntnl lu-althv Infanta
and children. Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup is
the great children's soothing remedy.
Night before last the thermometer
stood at 8 below aero, Indicating the
coldest spell felt iu this, locality for sev
The Continental Is the only. cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Beury, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The St. Nicholas Billiard Hall Is one
of the largest and beat furnished Iu the
country. It la the reaort ol both citliina
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
CtINa OUT TIIK CNTUtl STOCK OF
ready made clothing, furnishing geode,
boots, shoes, bats, caps, trunks and valla-'
a at P. NefTs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, at
actual coat, for caali only.
A sew device In the way of a Patent
Awning is to be seen on Commercial
Avenue opposite the postofflce, which la
Bevel in Its construction, neat In appear
asee aad very durable.
The public la Invited to call and ex
aaiine for tUcmselvcs. One of the
atutea and the traveling agent for Ita
sale can be found with tho awning or at
taeBt. Charles Hotel. febl62t
Br!ar ta Baraaaaa Chair
baate Cough Syrup for Croup, Hoarsen ea
Dyptheria, Aathma, Ac. Foraale by S.
J. Human. fubSldawlw
A Baau ta uiauklnd la seiaaa'e
ChalyWeate Cough Syrup; only 75 cents
per bottle. For sale by H. J. liumm.
Retiea ta theTa.MiaerarAUauaerfo,
I willbein my office at the court houie
every day during thla month for the pur
pose of receiving State and County taxes
now due Cairo III. Feb. 1st 1870
feMtd. L. H. MYERS Collector.
The eompletest stoch nf gentlemen's
. furnishing goods In the city , li to be
found at Miller aud Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, Indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in the
' Tfca Baaaaaa Telia the Star.-Tree all
ihrectlons orders for Phalon'a Vltalla or
Salvation for the hair come pouring in.
AUtueaoxlousDyes Ac., go down be
fore It, A year hence they will be un
marketable. The ladlea aay it ia as
plaaaant to uae as a perfumed toilet wa
ter, and It is as transparent as crystal.
Nothing else reproduces so perfectly tho
original hue of the hair,
febaidawlw ' ,
Astaalaklag- but Trata."
That Dooloy's Chemical Yeast Baking
Powder Is not only the bat but the
cheapest In market. It ia. eutlrely free
from any deleterioua substances, and
compounded with such scrupulpoa ex
actness that the contents of each box
are the same, aud will produce the same,
results every time. It Is, unequalt4 for
making bisoults, rolla, cakes, pastry,
aYc,, at once healthy and nutritious,
'Full weight in each package. Grocers
Tata Bf. WWholaa Hotel aad Restaaraat.
Tills popular "and eligibly located bouse
f public entertainment is sow fltte'd
and furnlahed' throughout In good style;
and, under the management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, Is doing a Urge and
thriving business. It Is kept upon the
European plan the guest calling for
what he wants when he wants it, wheth
er ia the day or night time, and paying
only for what he orders. The rooms aro
large and clean, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
wlt'ab eepecial' eye to the coaifort and,
The pelebrated Aurora ,oll can be had
at No. 02 Oblo Levee. " Jan2Hm
CuZ ldthe Turner jbawueradV to
'n'kht.' Ii will tie one olU'gnsieiit
affair ever held Iri thVcountry. ' Gi by
Everybody uses, WJiard OH,, and
Barclay BrX kllti
iw"ui nuiue iiiiiiiiuiuhs. ijiuy 'iroiu,
the Barclays, ' ' f'.' -'"
YoutiiV nova and ciiildrn's ciorit.
Ing at leas than Now York, iirloVajsvill
'bo sold this month, at NefTs regardless of
cost. ,. u,
At the eleventh hour we have a per
fect host of candidates, for sDatn In ,tlo
that they are good men, all of Ibem.
Who they ard'may be le'arhcdr.by'jtjfer
,,, . , , t. iSt
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While Mr. O. Breuohor was driviUR his
horse along on the street, Saturday, (lie
animal dropped to tho.grpunif.and, died,'
la nnlnntant If we are not mistakes.
this Islhb Second horse that 'has erYO(l
Breuchcr this trick. . I
108 cofcKN lata stvlo Hats; and othnri,
at cost, ror inn month, only,, at Jt'ewr
NefPs, No: 79. Obfo'IiCveof " '
Call and examine the stock,aad prices
before you mako your purchases, Aand
uon'i forget your noeketboovs. tn
The "OltUfens' Ticket," printed 'ifa
Uarbondale, and ctrculaUd .UtlstRwrd-
(ng bears (bo names of all the candidates.
in the field except the competitors of Mr.
J. T. Thomas, and tho different u aaplM
hi for'aldermanlc honors,
Besides a very complete stock of tin
ware, U. W. Henderst n, 190 commercial
Avenue, presents. to the trade a splendid
variety of opoklngatov.es, amoog others
tho "Pomona." the "Veteran." 'tub
Oak," and the "SUtes"-iho latter it
I coal stove. These.' and any other
make desired, will be aold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
We Were shown yesterday a' specimen
or the porcelain .day found In great
abundance, three miles from the town of
Anna. It is very white, entirely clear of
grit, and has been successfully used in
the manufacture of waro. The stratum
from which the specimen &a taken V
said to be twenty feet thick, and as clay
of a like character JuMe rltoatbaT'rlver
opposite tho island at Mound City, it is
reasonable to conclude' that the supply Is
Mesars. Miller a'nd-MlllVr baVeJurre
celved au unusually largo, well assorted
and atrlctly fashionable 8Upply'Af plecf
gooua, to wuieu utey aaa- special alien
Hon. , The lot. embraces the flufHeloths
and caslmers ever brought to Cairo, and
aucti a variety oraiyjea uiaiall ustee may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods are mado'to order In'the
beat mauner and latest style, and "
figures that will defy competition. Fq
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial.. At all events call .arpund aud. see
the new gootla. JanStf.
Hluco tho (fays of Auld Ang Syne there
has not been such a municipal contest
as th'j present. It Is a regular scrub race
in which the best man may or may not
win, the result being dependent, in a
great measure upon the number of votes
tbo "best man" receives, wo havq
scarcely heard the word "democrat" or
"radical" used during the coutest. This
may be all right, but It strikes us as not
at atl calculated to consent 'the Moail-
aiatit ea Kr -ritaB BAJ fI a ta at eaatll I f a. s
Jeltj 1 am j 4iv ev viaaBo tit aw ou(
however, and we are a decided popular
'bvrelgnlst. - nyih
Since announcing my
yaeu as canuiuaie
M .'It' a .
for the ofllco of City Clerk, I have1
assumed new duties which at tbo time
of my announcement, I did, uot antici
pate, and which, wero 1" elected, would:
render it difficult for me to give thj
ufflco that undivided attention which
lUdutleadeaerve and require. I there
fore, hereby withdraw my name Ju,
mnnaeiiAn rlt.i. Anira. Th.;;irT..v
uiv naiuo .iu I
manv friends who tendered mo their.
support, and hoping that the best man
in tuo neiu may win;
I. am respectfully Ac.
Feb, 21,1-. t ,W,H. MoBi8.
Col. Taylor'a 'U'ltlidrawal.
Caiao, III , Monday Afternoon,
Mr. Oberiy will be good euough to
et'afe ln'his papr thiVafterhooritlikl I
am not o, candidate ,for .the ofllce of
Select Councilman for tho city tat lnrgp.i
Atleutlea KoagU aaU Readlca.
ou will meet this eveulnir.at-7 olcloek,
aharo. Business of importance will t
uruuiBt uaiw.u iue 'VAiiupauy, tj uruor
of tho President. J. B, Taylor,
i en; titfti iJvee'yi
Thiral 'UaalVcrear'BaU1 'hVLC.Yra
Tlie members of ttie'Calro CasTilo pro
.obaer.vauce of their. hh-d an pi. I
ilo t V1 ea n aa c n nan iln kali I '
Washington Hall, on Mouday, February
28th, which they expect to render an
affair pleasaptito awinay choose to J,
participate, me Binuujoiiieui rmer witu I
the tff. .n!Wn?fHi "tftU
most respectaDie nnu interesting oua
rVlafi ' 1
k January agteedU) nt, st -a.i ah nor.r
YA)itMi ) ,xoinro'.i ttiiyot'l 'X.
learner Dan Able. Columbus.
win. White, raducan,
Bismarck, at,LoUI, .
m ii anrere,
,( a nauor, ntWi uriimi,
Liberty floe, do
. M$jtfu,i f ao
Mulllr htofi. ritlnburj, .
Itcllo Vnrnun, do
Alice !n, UIuciliDktl, .
' To!lsrnn, NmIivIIIp. '
Ktd Robimon, Md Cllj,
hmOrr. 'do- "
Lady Tike, Hcmplili
i Y V k W . tAfA
SlMtntr I)nAM, 0lumbu,
Wm. While. PKlucnb,
Bt Luke, Jo
A J UiiLer. 1'ittntiUre.
HcIIk Mptnptiln. Me ninliti.
JUIciUewl', - :do,f .'
Colorado, V(ckburg, , ,
II 'MMhrererShreTepolt, 1
1 " ,
.j 1 1
M Miockdalo, Hew Orleani,
Belle Vernao. do
'f Lorena, do
m-'J.mm Kate ltoblaaoo,OiiMlnn4tll
.JV-rtyetfeYtvIuetllle, " '
" IJflyl'lkr, do
HamOrr, do , ,
Tho weather la clear and cold. Ther
mometer ranging' from 10 degress to SO.
. Jver has rieantfour feet eJnoe last
report, and Is still coming up rapidly.
, , The Mississippi Is rising slowly, at, St.
Louis, aad is full of lee.
lTU Ohlo.U falling ati PltUburg, with
ten feet of water ln the channel, and
rising rapid jy at Cincinnati and Louis-
villV, wl'thfrine feel over the7 falls. J
Ttllnlnna linrn nnntlnn.a Ilua1r
Te'dreal Republic' flnlahdd a'nill load
here and the Bismarck, Ironsides nnd
barges, Peytony and barges, Liberty No.
arid b'irgU',ro 16sti)gr and tho Mis
sissippi will commence loading to-mor.
Freight rs'nbW sent forward promptly
from Cairo,, at the rate of over one thou
sand tons daily.
. The steamer Emma No. '3, struck a
Mag ob the chuto of Island No.. 36, last
Saturday, about 10 a. h. and( while
sinking slowly, she .careened and upset
her stoves, setting fire to the cabin, and
driving every person Into tho water
except the Captain, James Marrattai
who was saved by clinging to tho wheel,
and the mate. Caleb Marratta, Pilot
Attenborough, three passengers,, bead
ciiaaabermaldand bead; 909k, who
managed 10 remain .on a small atrip of
her forecastle sheltered behind some
casks of iron, which they proven ted
from burning;, by throwing water upon
with their bats. The officers launched
the yawl, and succeeded in keeping
back the affrighted passengers until all
the ladies on board, ftyo in number.
wertflfl U,landas,manyxpswenBers as
was considered eare. but before the
y.wl could bo cleared from the steamer.
the flames bunt out with such fury that
tho others could not be restrained, and
turning If bottom upwards, by which all
theladles wcro lost, and tome eighteen
ethers. The survivors -except tboeo
saved- on the bow - and - on tho
wheel, managed to reach shore,
on doors, planks, nnd cotlonj bales, and
wero picked up by the people .along tho
uver anu oy mo sieumer t.oiumoiau,
Capt. Barnes, who brought a number to
this city. The other survivors wero taken
o"ut to farm houses iu tho neighborhood,
anU-havo not yet arrived. Those who
.came up ouatlio Columblanwere treated
wfth'tlie utmost kfhtluesa'hy 'her officers
whosupplled thorn with hats, coats aud
ahoei which hal been cast off to enable
them to reach shore. The farmers In, tho
vlnclnlty did all in their power to savo
and rc!eve the sufferpre. The head en
gineer, Lyonberger, died from exhaus
tion aud .cold After reaching) shore as
did also a passenger named McFarland.
Tho steward,, Jqs. Ford Ja ,not, expected
to live, irom me same cause.
Tho'followluir Is a list of the lost and
missing, some of whom may yet bo
,foUtilj a- ja Q n
waiter warratta, urst cieru; Thomas
Trunnen, pljot; Lyonberger, first englu
. -. - r '
?'. Foster, aeoond engineer; Jno
Coylo, L'rkeeper; Jos'. Chapman and two
other firemen; Davy, a roustabout; Miss
LejHla, .ano; Aunt, .of, CavlngtouICy,;
tnree Jaujei, uukuowiij quo pr whom
trot on board at Wow Orleans, una at
'Vloksburg aud tuo other at Memphis;
three Frenchmen, unkuown, from New
Orleans, who nau cuarireoi aioi or wine
Wl . 1 1 a . t ' i a m a
oq board; Thomas Flynn, St. Louis;
McFarland,'8t. 'ItoWf 'Otto Johnson, of
New Orleans; James Bcholey, of Losing-
TURNER Ml'sqUERADE BALL. '
oil n" f . 3ui:0 .riit ( i K -i A
Waabtuctou Hall, Faa. Slat.
itliftj' bIli'J o a Jft'I loin if
A Grand Masquerade Ball will be glvea
as abdve, u;deKtlbusl?,ce? of the'Calro
Turners. Tlie 'public generally Is Invited
to attend; the management pledging
'tfieniaevSaa Uiat.Bo Vnort will
la. .kkVl,i M
pleaaautand entertaining' to all who
may"'&tten'ifj,,nt' ' "u" '
. t tiua t.a-. Rtrrn'A'nir"''''
'U.OOHHBTaOOBKI ' ,
a, a ..ill i.j na . at
ikll H (ia , ail TTaMM. "' ', n't
t a . - - . i . . - taa.MlJ -l.t
.-UOiAJ ,X1IS tl'.'i fit
t'i vt rfaln irrtvin ynr
4i m aai'ifaRfMajaai-aila Mall.
i gaAABaytR tentiieas variety, lor aaienor
Wjiir myr .it nmv ,s P- SAuW," ' e!
THE CITY PRINXO.
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MeTMBK ROORBACK HAILBB TO
The charge, urged, , by tieje activo sup
porters of MrWllson that the city prln
ting, during Mr.Oberlyf'a administration,
has ooat ,la-ggr sum tian has been
paid duTon ihat accouut since the or.
ganlsatlon of tho city government, Is iv
falsehood that has not even the shadow
ofit foundation kJsupporfiei
The printing Is.beldg' ifone in an offlco
of, wbjoh Mr..pberly Is a par owner, un
der a'cofltrrfct outered Into byMr. Johu
P. Fagln, and what It has kost during tho
past yean Is a -matter of record, and,
therefore! aot subject to succetaful mis
representation; From thai record the
following figuresjiayo bofcn tdkon, and
wochallengo anyone to gainsay their
Rlpeadeii br Mr. Wlltoa dorlns the ttial
;wi5w. ... li.tUV 1C
iuBni uuurt m. j row aunnK mo
calyfarending im..,:....C..m 3,327
Epmid uader Mrt IloWeo. durlui the
7-ar 180-. .. " 1 2M n
Expended tinder Mr oberly during tboye-r
- l.SM 0
Now, when It Is remembered that dur
"6 " iiituii , a rover ana tioiuen'B
terrhs of offlco tho prlntlnsr was confined
to the printing of the Board of Aidor-
men alone, and that by tlie organization
of tho SelectCouncil double the.duty was
impoMd upon the corporation printer.
ktom ibiiht or me eaarant nred
against Mr. Oberly's admlalatratloh on
tho score of city prlatlog Jttcomei glair
I ingly apparent
2The printing for the Bpard ef Alder
men alone, under Mr. Wilson. 'cost
12,409, 10. Tho printing for the Board of
Alderman and Select Council, under
I Mr. Obfin V CMt Ofll V SI .2SS tH f Tn IhU
l1.2MroX) It etabraced an expenditure of
over iuu ror opoics. tnat will serve the
cjty.durlug the next, five years, $75 for
printing charter amendments In pam
phlet form, and other Items' scarcely
iegiiimaie in mat connection, amount
ing In1 the aggregate to moro than $200.
Thus do plain, undeniable figures, over
whelm theso who have' falsely charged
enormous or uhusal outlay under Mr.
Oberiy on account of printlug. Tho
charge is apleoe with other falsehoods
circulated byMr. Wilson's partisan.,
wltb.au t any foundation Jn fact-theifrall
props of a desperate cause lu the vhanda
of desporato men.
"TleUIoYto'Uie neultr of achaeie In Uieadmla.
latratlon of our annnicinal eSWre.-1 herb without
regard to party or part afflllalfoni announce atyieir
a candidate lor the ofSee of Major at the'enaulug
cnartereieetien. THOMAS WHflX.
Cairo, III., February leth, 1170,-dtd
-JTleMlngtolhe aoliclutloni of thoie cUtt'ena who
era deelroua tint nochaaae ahall betaade In raunlcl.
pal aflalra that would be duaatroua to the welfare of
tho etf ,l nereby aaaeunee myatlf acandWate for
rc-e lectloe to the orflee of Major, at the enaulnsehar.
kreleetien'. JOII.V H. OUEItLT."
Cairo, III., February leth, UTO.-dld
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Tor Cltr Altera.
We are authoriied to announce that FONTAINE E!
ALDfllGUT will bo a candidate for tke office of en.
iwnt; aiiuarniainf cnaner election. Id
we are aulhorliMl ta mnnitn.. iti.i tauu
LANSOEjJ.'tiq,, will be candidate for the oiHce of
tity Attorney at the mains charter election. fd
ror Oily Trraaarer.
We are authorited to announce Mr. JOHN nr.
LA.VD.ai a candidate or te-elcclion to the ofllce of
V are authorited to announce that J. B. TATLOR
will beacandiilate ferCity Trrawe'r, al the eniulng
hartr election. Janlitd
JPor City Clerk.
.S'.!n.rS?,,",0rW ,t0 JnW!" WILMAM II.
MOIlUISItaeandldale for the efflte of Oly C.erlcal
the emulng charter election. tt
We are autliorUed to announce that JOHN BROWN
la a candidate for the office of Oity Cleric, at the enau
ing charier election. janlltd
We areauthorlied to announce that J. CCItOW
LET will be acandldale for the office ercity Clerk at
ft l.a Solicitation of many frleudaI .Serbby'ai
nounce myielf iflti Indepenclenf candidate i for tFty
Cerk, at the ensuing chatter electlou.
tu4V . J. T. XJIOMA8.
. ror City Marshal,
We are authorited to announce Ikat llICHAKti
'HAMI1RIOK, will be a carldldale for re-elf ctlon to the
office of City Matihalattho enaulng municipal elec
We are autkorlird to announce that JOdErll AR
tiOhV will beaeandldatefor the office nf City Mar-
thai at tho ennuing charter electlou. te
We are authorited tn aanounte that PANIKL Mo
CAUTI1V, rreientchlefof police, will be a candidate
ifoi'ihe.bfficaof.Cltr'Marahal atthe eniuinx charijr
ror lha Bclact Coaacll-riral Ward.
We are autherlted to announce that Mr. HERMAN
MEYER will be a enndidnte for tho offlco or Select
Coijnriinan,froii ,11 first Ward, at, the eneuina
charterelcctlbn. ' ' '(jr
City at bara-e.
We are authorited to announce DAM EI, ART EH
aa a candidate for the He led Council for the City at
k"8. D. AUTEIt.
I'or AlUerainu rirat ward.
We are authorited to nuuouuce that ANOREW
I.OIIK will be a candidate for the office of AJdermaii
from be B6pd Want ut, thetitulii charter slcp.
Thanking ttMuoy Votore" for their complimentary
call upon ne In Hie 'Oulletln' of Saturday, hereby,
Incompliance with their desire, anntunco inytelfa
candidate for Alderman In the Second Ward.
LAWRENCE J. UVRNE.
Fehihm-i Mr' til?
ror Aldersaaa Seaoad Ward.
We sro authorited to aunouuee that N. A. DEVpHE
ilUWc,euilaetof.)r the offlcfl of Ajdcrmaq from the
Becoad Wurd, at th eojulug eltarterelection,
Bar Aldarcaaa-Tblrd Ward. '' ';
We are authorited to announce that P. FITZU15R
AIiUIHi(a, casdldaM 'for the' office ofUlderman,
from the Third Ward, at (he ensuing charter election:
We are euthbrlnd to annonnoe that jf rOEO. VL
IBNbRICJCd will be Vcandilaio fur.liiO-'vBe"ef ii.,
ileiiiikn from the TtirU Ward at the tnaalog charter
. M,Mf,Mv ?f"fV K'Mr V SQUERI BRIBACJ(,)U1
t"fe?JiM?.P5 ft'Hwvai tnJ (he FaurUi Waed.l
Ba.wiUbawarwIyiUBBortaUbyhbr . IV
3"'' 'r,W.VX FRIHNBt '
We are authorised to announce tliat Mr, JAMES
CARRBJeTBaMAa 4vaMldaWfor Alderaua frem
tha XfmtoMKtm M awning charter eleaBatttM
oliMJ ,;M TAb8AU i( Ifc1 XKi
I, i- FOR BALE. ---j
v, Thjre Fermi, On or til will be Mid at exefcMft ftr
trtldlra ' THbMA'-,Oftl!BJ'iLDllr.
filgflOLUTo ;N, pT!C.
Th eo-t)ttneVihlp beleen 8(trnhelief i Meitt, la
Hi I day dlisolrrd by mutual contcoUF. BteraheliiSar
retiring from the firm. "All cUlmi, itklcit. end
due, the rlrm, will liaeltlod byA.Mnrx. '
Cairo, tlllDole, reb. lMh 1870.
11BJ,1 F. BTEHNHEIMER,
fbl-dt A. MARX., , a
NOTICE TO BHIPPEB& a -
OTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Ullnol Central Railroad Ce,,
Antnfa Offle. J.
Cairo, February Ktb,
On and after the date of this notlte, all bill) of'la.
Ulnj for tho Tranlt Steamer "Dan Able" WWl.be
signed at the 8ton Depot oirice, on presentation? ef
wjyJLu'1." ''n'J bJrUe reelTlng eUr on TrMkalt
tebUdl JAMES JOHNSON, Ageat.
- 1 ( J.KEN & GILBERT,
i h ... i n i . ,
WIUUra H. ree,
WIIIIBBM II. Mllkmi.
Miles V. Ulltoerl, '
Special attention airea to Admiral) !,
OSJUa a Ohl Um. Raa
er 1st Halleaai RaaaR.
- 1 A LLEN, "WEBB & BUTLJML
AlTOKif ETS AT LAW . -. '
OSlea la Braaa Saw uaiarf. ' u
1 Corner of BtYenta atteat aad CoaMDeralil Ay'aaM
W.J. Alloa, ) .0
VtaMBvaa Watmf CcAimo, ILL. .
Ii. P. Butler, 'S 4UAU
yULKEY, WALL k WIIILll,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JSHK II. MULKKT. 1 ' .
Uxo. W. Wall, r CAIRO ILL.
Oalee Raamaa. a AmM i WlaiiJl ai
P E. ALBRIGHT,
ATTORNET AT LAW,
dfllae.Mracr mt Twelfth atraat aaal
Will prentice In thli aad the adjolalnf la
?,uLl,'.S mk1 roilfotlonj In Use ntlfheo
Ilea of Mliourl and Kentuckr.
Jp M, WARD,
,,1.W,r,4, ?U Pramplly and aatliSaetaril
with the beat eak and hickory firawood.
Leata orriera at Miitan'a aT.I .l.n.l .1 u..
BOOTS A SHOES.
piLLIOTT, HAi'moiitf CO., :
""'"' ti inn nanuiactonrra
ii. CAIRO, JwLlNOai,'
oa paid fo orders.
o. aururr, aisiaoae, ura
BTKAVaHIPB leare weekly fro as ftaw Tark,
Liverpool aad ueeaatowa.'
For pai sago apply lo C1IAH. T. 1IINDE,
Or to 8. ROWEiOcn. Western Amnt. No. iLsks
DCiatlEQEL, NEWBERRY 4 CO.',
PRACTICAL MARBLE WORKERS,
and Importera of
Itallaa Marble, Hcotea. iiraalia, Bia.
Warcrooms and Work-shop cor. 9t A St. Aan stra,
OWEN9UORO,.... . -KENICCKT. '
Mooumeuta Vaults, Grate fitonea, Mantlaa, Pulab.
log, el., eiecuted with superior workmanahip, at
ti.westpricei. English. German and Hebrew letter
ing done In the ben'styfe) marble and granite figure
by the bvit sculptors nf Europe Imported, aad all
work guaranteed, Eur designs, apply to
CAUL 1,. THOMAS, Age
JanSldlf Cor. Slhstrcet and Commercial
VTEW CLOTHING I
UAKtlAINS FOR THE FE0PL1I
MILLER eft: MILLER,
llaTlng closed out their old stock of ciolhlaa. hare
Largo ussd Spleadld Mtmek
Which embraces every kind of 1
Vaaatoaabln CeaUoaaeaHs Waar, ' R
And auoh'M Is suited to all classes,
They would uk expeelal attention to Ihelrsanly af
IXavtaa auaedL- OaxaB,
a which ther profess to lead the maxkel 'Alaa ta-
Piece C(aeki, . i . .
Whtoh embraoe ail styles of Cloths, CassiatSMt
Tweeds, etc., from. which they manufacture 4
iLuiiuaM to uaassasaat -.t
In the best manner, and
Hica'a FurulaJilBuj; fMpaala,
let. fuclddlnc maair nOTsltlea aerer ha..
fore brought to this market, W
TRUNKB, OK KVBRYSTYLB. S AliWBSCARrXT'
HACKS 1 atiXOa
Aunndpftaelr ability sa sett aaada areas Bialrisart:
atoeir, cheaper tnan ever before, they rely oa a Sis-
trlmlnatlngpubllo to eitendthem the tatroiaM taey
OA. at Dal. Aa.