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NEWS OF TIIE CITY.
THURSDAY, MARCH .1, J670.
n Mill iwiiMitwrnwimw tt
Clint It nrltH,
Tho din and hhun-banglug that ware
hcrinl nil over tho Fourth Ward last night,
was raised by fifteen or twenty boys, who
with tln'pmiB, bolln, bonis, and mirdltio
boxes, charlvarial a, newly married
couplet living on Poplar Direct.
'Plinufa tinlul, itnliwill ut rn Mntiu n fit lui.nm
lug a liultmnco. They uro jicrslated
without any Inquiry as to whether nny.
body Ih lying nick In the neighborhood,
and grow Iti fury and lnteriHlty until the
bridegroom capitulates, and treati to
beer, or passes round the cigars. Wo
filiould dlsllko to see any of tho boys hurt
for what ihey coiiHldcr harmless uport,
but we think a scare would do them good,
and probably put a mop to tho annoyance
they seem to have, occasion to Imposo
upon dlfTerout neighborhoods once fn
week or oflener.
I'rult Trc Jrnpn Vliir., i:tc.
The undesigned Is prepared to furnish
largo or nnu.ll quantities of Fruit Trees
of every variety, alio drape Vines
and small Fruits and a choice se
lection of ornamental Shrubs and
In purchasing from tho subscriber, you
receive the plants fresh from tho Nur
sery, and delivered at catalogue prices.
Give me your orders early and I will
secure you good stock.
Any orders through tho post-olllce or
left at my hoino will receive prompt at
tention. Wm. F. PlTCHKit, Ag't,
mariMt Eighteenth lt Com. A v.
Till- Nl. Nlriioln Hotel mill Itrntatirmit.
This popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment Is now tltted
and furnlflicd throughout In good style;
and, under tho management of Messrs.
Walker t Slsson, Is doing a largo and
thriving business. It N kept upon the
Kuropean plan the guest calling for
what ho wants when lie want It, wheth
er In the day or nlu'bt time, and paying
only for what he orders, The rooms are
large and clean, furnished Willi tho best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment arc arranged
with an especial eye to tho comfort and
convenience f tho guest. JaOtf
fit, Nichols, Hotl, March Ind. 1.70.
JF MoLaughllu, Washington; Wm.
8 Robert, St. Loula; W I! Keasouer,
Marion City; JF Haileyth and lady,
Trenton ; U C Morlntto and, lady, Mem-
phis; R U; Murphey, Onwego; II 8
Upsliatn, city; (J Utichnell, Cincinnati;
T W Ray aud daughter, Ballartl Co;
Joseph Wilson, do; J F Black, city:
A C Watson, Kvansvlllo; L A Honser,
Mlsslislppl; S J Castlo, Michigan, L 0
May berry, do; Riley Ixml, Ills.
The silk hat manufactured for and
sold by Miller & Miller surpass in the
ilnoness of the material, the symotry of
eliapo, and general "got-up" anything
In the samo line over brought to the
Cairo market. If you see a gentleman
wearing a hat that strikes you as partic
ularly clcgcnt.iiualcli it otr ills head (if
you don't caro about being knocked
down) and IhoIc lu tho crown; ten to one
you will find It stamped "Miller & Miller
Is tho expression or all liousel;eep"rrt
after making biscuits with Dooley's Ma
king Powder. It Is chemically pure in
it composition, and possesses no Ingre
dients but such as aro perfectly lu.-m-less,
healthy and nutritious. This Is not
only tho best, but(chcapest in market, as
ono pound will go further than a pound
and a half of those of ordinary manufac
ture Uso no other. Inquire atyourgro
cer'H for Dooley's Baking Powder,
Mr. Edwin IT. Fallls N admitted as my
partner In tho Insurance business, to date
from tho Jlrstday Febuary 1S70.
The business of tho firm will bo con
ducted as heretofore under tho name of
J. H. Reardcu fc Co.
Cairo III., Fob. 2Stli 1870. rulCt
Milch Com- for Nle.
A Jurgo, young milch cow, and calf for
sale. Can bo scon at tho Tobacco Waro
house of J. F. Rlako t Co., corner of
Second street anil Commercial Ayonuo.
ONK THOUSAND YAltDS OK OltEKN AND
ateel mlxco Jeans, at f0 and "o cents per
yard, atP. NelPs, no. 70, Ohlq Levee, tf
Pitcher it Henry's largo stook of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlu.waro, etc
will bo sold without regard to cost. tf
A splendid lot of calf boots and &nl.,
ters will arivo at P. NelFfl next week,
and will bo sold low for cash. tf
1200 rAiiis of assorted pants, with
vestH to matoh, ut cost, at No. 70 Ohio
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Go to 02 Ohio Loveo for Aurora oil. It
Is cheap and sufe, and docs not smoko
Back coats at j.kss than cost at
L NeJPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
Use Euder'fl Chili Cure. "It never
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or greaes.
"THEiiksTiN usi:" Eiidere' Stomach
Blttera. . ft , ,t,t .,
The editor of tho.Priucctuu 'Courier,'
speaks of tho Princeton public school as
Generally speaking Mr. Ingle's gov
ernment! good ; but these are particulars
In which wo think him griovlously at
fault. For instance, the names of many
of tho llttlo boyH and girls wore consplo
uouslychalkod upon tho wall as "Dis
graced." "Vhy disgraced?" asked wo.
"Because," replied Mr. Ingle's," on
throo occasions every boy and girl
named In that list, whispered. Tlio mat
ter was left to their own honor, and at
call they confessed themselves guilty,"
Wo should llko to bo Informed If such
a monstrous rule obtains among tho
teachers of Illinois. If it do, then
should the School Directors mako It
their especial duty to dismiss, in dis
grace, tho teachers enforcing It. Con
template, for a moment, Its enormities.
It makes no allowance for tho buoy
ancy and llght-licartcdncss of yout h; It
listens to no necessity; but Is unyielding,
hoar no explanation is inexorable. Thu
dropping of a pen, tho mysteries of a
sum, a twitch of pain,, the mlsserles of
cold, hunger, thirst, may begullo or tor
ture the child into a whisper to ills com
panion. Then, if ho confess to It, he Is
"disgraced;'' If lie deny it, and eearhis
conscience with a Ho, he escapes. lint
think parents of this rule thai thus puu
Ishes tho child that has tho boldness to
speak the truth, and permit tho lying
child, though tv Ico as guilty, to go un
punished? I It not simply monstrous?
Is It not a standing premium on false
hood, and a terror to the llttlo ones who
would speak tho truth. Tho child that
thoughtlessly whlspors ,throo times, no
odds what tho Justillcatiou or necessity,
aud then frankly confesses his guilt, is
posted on the walls of the schopl room,
in view of all teacher, nil pupils and
visitor, as, "Dishonored" and "Disgrac
ed ;'( while the child, equally guilty, who
btuely denies his guilt, goes unpuulshed,
and, perhaps, Is named on thu "Roll of
While any of our public schools aro
cursed by such rules, well may their ene
mies cry out against them and predict
their down-fall. When they become
agencies to reward falsehood and decep
tion, uiid to make truth-telling a crime,
they will descrvo to have the hand of
every good man In the laud, raised
o- - - - -
The colored population will hall tho
proclamation of their enfranchisement
with evidence of general rejoicing. In
Cairo they will have processions, paradti,
orations, music, thenoUe of cannon, etc.
The colored pcoplo of all tho surround
Inp country have been luvltcd to par
ticipate and large numbers have Indica
ted a purpose to attend. In thu pro
cessions the dlilerent trados will bo rep
resented, ns for Instance, carpenters,
wagon-makers, blacksmiths, bricklayers
barbers, boot-biacks, wood-saw-
yen, etc., and the colored brass
band of Cairo, Inspired by
a desire to furnish music for tho hundreds
whom they will lead, will probably blow
themselves into strings through their
Instruments. Tho dlflerent societies and
organizations among tho colored people
will also turn out, and add to tho show
nnd circumstance of the momentous oc
Messrs. Mllleraud Miller have Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
aud strictly fashionable supply of piece
goods, to which they nok special atten
tion. Tho lot embraces the finest cloths
and caslmcrs over brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofstyles that all tastes may
be accommodated. Butts or garments
from these goods arc made to order in the
best manner aud latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial. At all events call around and see
tho ndw goods. JaiiSStf.
Tlio stolen property recovered for and
restoretl to Mr. IT. L. Glhion, by ofllcer
Arnold, consisted of a gold watch and
chain, valued at sixty dollars, a pistol
worth six dollars, and a pair pantaloons
in tho pocket of which was an old demo
cratic tdlver dollar. By overlooking n
Hue In our manuscript yesterday, the
printer made us say that tho property
consisted of "a gold watch and chain
worth six dollars, aud a pair of pantaloons
with u silver dollar in tlio pockets."
Besides a very complete stock of tin
ware, C. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to tlio trade a splendid
variety of cooking Btoves, among others
tho "Pomona," tho "Veteran," the
"Oak," and tho "States"-tho latter a
coal stovo. These, mid any other
mako desired, will ho sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Tho cry of "murder! murder!" that
startled many of tho resident sin tho viu
clnltyof --ml and Poplar Htrccts, about
0 o'clock lust night, was simply tho out
cry of a tlioughtles hoy, who "didn't
mean any thing and was sorry ho hol
lered." On tho strength of this clrotun-
stanco tho Chicago 'Times' will probably
record "another bloody murder in
It astounds everybody that ,n colorless,
cloudiest) lluld, like Spring water, should
revive tlio original tint, In tlio whlto
gray or grizzled hair, Yot so it is. Plial
oil's Vltalla or Salvation for tho Hair Is
just such n lluld, as limpid and as stain
less, yet it fur excots every omen aye
or coloring liquid ever known, In" Im
parting rich shades of color to gry hajr,.
Tea men aro wanted tq w.ork In tim
ber. Apply, for iifteeu daya to M. D.
4aunter,Gooao Island: -ml!UdUy,
The Young Men' Ilriunnllc Association
Tho Young Mon's Dramatic associa
tion of Cairo, paid into tho treasury of
tho Orphan asylum, the other day, the
Burr of ono hundred and thirty eight
dollars, thai sum being the net proceeds
of tho two exhibitions recontly given by
them at tho Athenoum. It is, perhaps,
needless for us to add, that tho lady
managers received this donation most
gratefully, and that It rollovcd quito all
tho pressing wants of tho asylum.
While on this subject it may not bo out
of place to say a word lu behalf of tho
Y. M. D. A. It makes no pretensions to
dramatic excellence, being an organiza
tion having for Its chief objects amuse
ment and harmless pastime. It possess
es, nevertheless, talent that co mmands
tho respect of our oitlzcns, aud such as
would bring no discredit upon tho reg
ular profession. It would bo difficult,
Indeed, In any town the fllzo of Cairo
to organlzo an amateur dramatic t urn
pany that wou,ld Murpass. In ony com
mendable feature, the Cairo company.
Its exhibitions havo beon successful, and
a Boureo of pleasure to our citizens. Its
unsolflshness, too, Is deserving of all
praise, and should cover up any fault or
baulks that characterize It exhibitions
Forgetting this, forgolting that tho mem
bers were not professionals, aud were
serving the causo of tho homeless orphan,
thero were ft few lookera-on, tho other
night, who stamped and whistled and
hfs3cl, because a member hesitated In his
recitation, and betrayed, by a rush of
color to Ills face, his embarrassment and
and confusion. This wo not only an un
deserved demonstration, but, under tho
circumstances, a cruel one, which, wo
hope, may never bo repeated. Tho
company, as a whole, did so well that
they .wore entitled to exemption from
such mortldcatlon, on tho ground of
merit. The fact that tho object of their
exhibition was to replenish tho treasury
of our Orphan Asylum, rendered tho
"stab" cruel, cruel in tho extreme.
The C'oncrTtory of Miulr.
Tlio assuranco wo aro ablo to give of
the continued success and Increased pat
ronage of this instltutlou, will bo receiv
ed with pleasure by our citizens. It Is
now well founded, aud its permanency
is no longer questionable. A fact that
will contribute not a llttlo to Its popular
ity aud usefulness, is Mrs. Lansdcn's
connection with It as a teacher. She Is a
lady of finished culturo alike as a pian
ist aud vocalist, and peculiarly fitted for
the position she will assume as assistant
to Prof, Btalsdell, In tho management
of tho more advanced classes. We con
gratulate Prof. B. and tho patrons of tho
Conservatory upon this invaluable ac
quisition. A first-class musical education is now
within tho reach of any young lady,
gentleman, girl or boy of Cairo. Tho ex
pense Is no longer an obstacle. Tho
terms aro Ave dollars per term only
llfty cent per week and surely persons
of tho most limited means can provide
for that outlay, without serious incon
venience. Prof. Blalsdell's methods aro of the
most approved and successful character,
and tho advancement of his pupils fur
nish abundant ovidcuco of his worth as
There Is a young man In Mississippi
county, Missouri, who declares that he
madly loves his Mary Ann,
"not because her purso is fraught
with glittering oro; nor because her
brows, llko Heaven's arches meet," but
becauso'sho's Hiarr. We'l wnger a pis
taiecn that if Mary Ami's purse were not
"fraught with glittering ore," tho young
man would not havo a slngio sonnet to
slngjabout tho wealth of her mental store
Let hcr'comeout inllnsoy-woliey, and
beetle-smashing brognns, bocauso fiho
can't help It, nnd thtn sco how tho young
gent will prlzo her Intellectual qualities!
Pooh! Bosh I
A correspondent of tho St. Louis Re
publican' says that a Calto father, hav
ing lost u child, luvlted all the friends
of tho family to attend tho burial, and
then collected a dollar each from tho
friends to pay the hlre;of tlio funeral train.
We must have bettor ovidenco of tlio
truth of this statement than ,tho mere
(perhaps malicious) say-so of an an
nonymous correspondent of a $. iOui'
Tho lady solicitors of tho Orphan asy
lum, in tho Fourth ward, will mako no
collections this week, tho financial wants
of the Asylum havlug beon supplied by
the very handsomo donation received
through tho Young Mon's Dramatic as
sociation, Tho now supply of silk hats Just receiv
cd by Miller and Miller la worthy of
especial attontlon of gentlemen who wish
to purchase anything In that lino that Is
strictly fashionable anil of first-class
manufacture. Tho supply embraces all
sizes; aud as to prleo and quality satis
faction is guaranteed. tob2Stf
103 dozen lato stylo Hals, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NeiPs, No. 70, Ohio Loveo.
Call and examlno tho stock and prices
before you make your purchases, and
don't forgot your pooketbooks. tf
Closino out THK K.VTIHK BTOOIC. OK
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, hats, caps, trunks ariU vails
os at P. NeiPs, No. 70, Ohio Leyee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Two Acres of (loitl,
Tho tow-boat Boaz brought to Cairo,
to-day, n Hoot of loaded coal barges cov
ering about two acres of tho rlyer'a sur
A porsonal paragraph In tho St. Louis
'Republican' yesterday, is to the effect
that Col. J. J. Mitchell, prcsldont of the
Cairo & East St. Louis railroad Co., and
T. B. Ulnckstono, Esq., president of the
St. Louis nnd Chicago railroad company
were In that city on tho 1st instant, pre
paratory to a trip over tho roulo of the
11 rt named railway. It was their pur
poso to leave St. Louis yesterday. If
they actually left, thoy will probably
complete their journey and arrlvo in
till city about Wednesday noxt. Wo
shall then probably learn something
deflnfto in refcrenco to tho prospects of
that Important enterprise.
Frmli Garden Need.
W. M. Davidson, 180 and 182, Com
mercial Avenue, keeps Landrotli's fresh
garden seods. Tlicso seeds can bo ob
tained by retail dealors only by actual
purchase, Mr. L. utterly refusing to put
them out on commission. JThls fact
guards tho rotall buyer against old seeds
gathered In, repacked and sent out, per
haps for tho tenth time. Tho papers
aro very full, and aro sold attho samo
prlco exacted for bad seeds. Call nnd
Toltncro Niite To-tlny.
Thorownsfl very fair attendancu of
buyers at tho Planters' Tobacco Ware
house, this forenoon, and considerable
animation In the bidding.
12 hhds lugs sold at 6 10 to fi 00
6 " low leaf sold at 8 00 to 9 70
10 " shipping leaf sold at 0 70 to 13 00
Whllo gold Is ruling, as now, nt US
18, these prices are certainly good. Tho
margin upon them furnished by New
York prices Is very small indeed.
, Notice. 4
Thero will bo a mooting of tho stock
holders of tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse Co., on tho 15th lust., at 10
o'clock, a.m., at tho ofilco of Halllday
Bros., to elcot ofllcer for the ensuing
year, and to transact other important
business. J. M. Pmi.MPa,
Murch 3d, 1870-dt Pres't.
Tho complctest stocli of gentlemen's
furnishing goods in the city , Is1 to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo aremarkablo waut, indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tlie very lowest figures ruling In the
marKei. , tr.
Tho report that a man was seriously
hurt by the cars this morning can bo
traced to no reliable source. The em
ployes about tho freight depot, where, It
is said, tho accident occurred, havo no
knowlcdgo of such an occurrence.
Mothers u you lovo your offspring,
don't fall touseMrs. Whltcomb's Syrup,
for soothing children. Rad tho adver
tisement In another column.
Tho St. Nicholas Billiard Hall Is ono
of tho largest and best furnished lu the
country. It is tlio resort of both citizens
and strangers who Indulgo billiard play
Tho Continental is the only cook stovo
Willi slldintr oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Menrv. at 102
commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Norman's Chalybeato Cough Syrup Is
a remarkably pleasant and effectual
remedy for bronchitis, soro throat etc.
Sold by S, J, Huinm. fob231w
I HIMI-lll I II
Tho Aurora oil Is tlio cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning lluld in use. It
may Do had at 02, ohlo Jcvco.
m I in in
Public Speakers nnd Singers will find
Norman's Chalybeat Cough Syrup Inval
uable. Sold by S. J. Hum m.
Everybody uses Wizard Oil. and
Barclay Bro's. sell It cheap for cash.
Patronlzo home institutions. Buy from
the Barclays .
Youths' iioys and childun's cloth
Ing at less than New York, prices, will
bo told this month, at NelFtJ regardless of
IBM --. HI
Floworing tulips, hyaolnths nnd poly
anthus narcissus for salo at P. G.Sohuh's
drug storo. feb200t
The Aurora oil will give a clear aud
brilliant light, nnd Is entirely non-explosive.
Tho colebralod Aurora oil can ho had
at No. 02 Ohio Loveo. Jtiu21 -lm
WO BALLARD COTJNTV FARMS
A Splemlld C'linnro for In vent men t.
TWO WUI.b Illl'KOVKD .'Alt UN
In north Ilaltaril.contnliiinjf bIkiiH IM cn OH li.fruiuo
IwrillllK nuns" fill iu--u.piir uiu.itiui.r, till Willi
if th'in: and n rnltnva ituflllni:. ttuUoi ami ono of
tiiotlnmt tolnrco Uirni In I In' oounlv on tlio Ilicr.
Tliee furmiri in th tlucit tolurco KruHing rciau
of Kentucky, being very frrtllo crvt-k Uitiuui, un.l
Kvrry Aero or tlio ltiui
xiiocntlbIi) of tlui matt mcr'nfiM iMiUlvAtiou".
fiiriiH J in, anil will lo naM r).irulc1y or 'n ono
lir ti-rm nJ further jmrtlcubrn nml' on tlia
premise tit Ut W IIWOO,
,ilM , .11, j i.iiiuiviiii .ii'iir
J. V. ltl.AKK,
Mircti 3J, lSTO iliwtl
DISSOLUTION OF COPAITNER.
SHIP.' ' "
Th rr.iinrlni'r.lill lieroloford ezlhliuu between O.
H. Yenrueruiid K, H. Murray, under thn linn nniuaof
0. a. Vvurgcr t Co., was, ml the Ut day or J'ebniary
lat, (llawolted by mutual eotif out. 'J'lii'ilfbta duo thu
nrm liuint w, kiiii in r. n, .nurray, wuu rciaina wig
Imoka, ami will contlnua tho bulne In hN own
Man'h 2nd; U70-U31 ' '
JgLANDVir I.E COLLEGE,
jjiArrDviLtK, 3cy. ": "
I.OZO SMITH I'rmliloiil, l'rof. ofj.au-
1 1 l'tof ufXBturnl Koloncea
O. A. VI'.ICIIT l'ror. Mnlhrnutlc. nutl
F. I'. TICnTKU -Prof, ol EtiRlMh.
j:. I, IlUI.r.OCIC Crclnro ou Uainmcrcl'rt!
D. P.JKTT,3f.W...I.ctnrpr on Ptiyainlojry
MIlS. I.. R. SMITH, Procoptreis and Principal of Mu
MISS W. WHITMAN, rrlnelpul of Primary School.
JIIH.1 (I. WHITMAN. A"l"tnnl " '
JIU. (J. K. IH.MOTl', Teacher of Ornamental Wotk.
Courses of Study:
The Cliunlcftl nuil Scientific coursed of this InMllu
tlon Include, tho atmllx imaally pursued,' anl upon
their micccMful completion tho regular dcgrecH aro
Thocournoof m tlili nchool Include Penmanship
Commercial Arithmetic, Jlonk-KeniRjr, Telegraph
Inc and Commercial lavr, with tho Ucureo of JIattcr
In thfopehonl Instruction la Rlten In tho pmcllcoof
mn.-lc upon Innlrtimcnt, ami In theory, Including
thorotiKii IHp, lliirmony, Countfrpolntond Cotnpo.
altion, with refcrenco to preparation for tenoning If
Thin department tncludei tho atudles necei snry to
rpepnrcforareKulir couro In CdlleRe.
It nUnlncludein councof atndy arranged for tho
whon lluie or mean aro limltml ami nro tharcby un
ablo to jmrsuo one niorocxteudvii.
Tuition prrSeailonofSOwtelca, la Col I eg
Coure , SM 00
Tiilli m In llu.lnu School Si) 00
In Preparatory Dopr
" HlRhnr "
" rtngungea ...
" l'ractico of MuhIc,
" Theory of Jlualc.
" reor lntriiincni... ......
' Vocnl Muilc, (In cIb)
11 Oriinuiental Work
TKr Mtmu-y and Heading Itoom, which' rrnlaJhj all
tha leading perlodciala, are fn'O to the students. '
Hoard inprivat. fuinlllcn, Ineliidlnir. Itaht and fuel,
can bo obtained ut trom $2 to J J per week.
Tho next .etslon ojwni on Thuraday, January 27th,
1870, andcontinue 9 wceka,
Studenta admitted at any lime.
For further Information nldrea tho Prc-lde ut.or
A. J. WAItlJEN,
JanlOnrSm Clerk of Hoard of Truatcca.
rUOKRIEQEL, NEWBERRY fc CO.,
PRACTICAL MARBLE 1T0RKERS,
and Impancrj of ( , u
Itnliftti Mnrblv, HcotoU firnultr, I'.to,
Ware-room" and Worlchop cOrl 3.1 fit. Ann alfi.
owK.vaiioiio Kn.vruoKTj "
Monument Vanlti. Hr.iva hloci. Minltoi I'altnli-
Int.', executed with iupcfior wotkirlaii-hlti, at
Jowfit i-rlcea. Ktillith.Oermaii mid llebri'w'lutter
inguivinin ino uel lr , marine ua Hfanii uguriw
by tho ln'tt aculntort of Kur Impwrtttd, nu.1 all
work uit.niiitcfil. ruriie-iffrti. applj' to ...
OAltr. I. THOMAS'AWnt
Janlldtf Cor. fthftreeinuilCctiimarciatiirn:.'
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NTKAM.SIIIP.S learo wcokt)' from New 'York,
Lit crpool iiitil tuccittuvii.
For pjnoo apply to CHAS.T. IIINDB,
Cairo, lllliiolt. .
OrtoH. ItOWK.aen. Weatern Ag"nt, No.-1 ljik
Jitreet Chlc20. l')t '
feblCwty .U'l :
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COAL. ,. , M t
OSS COAL YARD.
TAMES JIOSS, Propi,'iotoi;
cohsii:i(ciai. avi:ui:, ;
Oiipo.lic root orillevrulli Ntrtet.
Keeps constantly on hand Pitltburi;. Ml. Carbon
And HuQualu Cnnla, which will tw ilelircred In quail
title to .tilt, lu any purl of the city. ,
All Coal weiehpif, and full meauira jtiarnnteeil.
Term ttrlctly caih In al ew. l!U.tf
BARREL FACTORY. ' '
,i ' ,,!
IIAKIUCI.S Ol1 ALL KINDS
Xjiquor Togs of All Sizds
On baud, or made to orikr, at the Cairo Ilarrel I'm
ton, foot ol Fourth Hre. i, Cniro, Il.
'I'rlmiiiliii;, on lloat or In Wnrelioitkr,
tlnitn ut onll. Support homo UW, fobislinil
LOVER & SON,
Ca'lIM ami Lot'I.SIllllIlH,
.Vo. :t3(l V(ihingtonavc.,opjH),llollio Court-houie,
Manufactures nnd repairs all Kind of
BUNS, LOCKH, KKVfl, V.TC, KTO.
Work warranted aud charcei reatonaljlc. fe.ldtui
0rtc4iHliuflnr, mau a Agent for a N'w Votk
Hiwe tlf lnmraiiou Company.
Tho riKlit niau can oUam lu'tu a paying and a life
Pur further Information apply to IhoKditorof this
)aper. - mlJCt
To all whom it may concern.
Ouxlitliilliii Miailsiiiipi riyor pppotita Ilelmont
Mo., Two llaloa Cottou. Unlem Namo la oallvd for,
property prueii nndilemaud pilil within thirty day
tho MUiie will bo Bold for account of clmrue. Kur narr
timilar. addrvna l'r.ink M, Hundley, I. (.'. IS. It. Wlmf.
Uv.l, Culro. III. I VIiS.lni'l-
?OR SALE OR RKNT.
Ono twn.atorv 11HICIC HOUtti:. with itoro-room
and tlwellin nttached, ccniUtiuj; of oik lit ronnu.
Hood cittern, eto. Ainu for sale, onn COTfAOK, on-
IVntli atroet, at nr rooms ami uiaieru, etc, ror
fiitther Information, nmire ut 1W Commereial
COAL II AUO E LOST.
J- OST COAL BARUE.
1 HM .
A liberal reward will bo paij! the Under by lemlinj
Infuriuulioii to Cairo Huld Iririrn us 1:10 li-i L lum.
docked nrer. marked N.J, llijley on able, and had n"
tin uumbe?3 nr on tliorud. It goiay rrjiii Cairo ri
and aa turned IkjUoii upward. J'
A. I,. MIOTWHM, A BO.V.
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