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NEWS OF THE CITY.
BAWRDAV, MARCH fi, m,
'Good Words for the Youug, is i
monthly magazine for young people, pro
fiiHcly Illustrated. Tho March part la
now ruiuly with twenty-eight llltistta
tloiis. Tho contents In purt aro :
1. Ronald nannerintui's Hoyhood
2 Tho Whales' Rill. 3 Tho Dwarfs
J'orest. I A Week Among tho Olives.
o At tho Hack of tho North Wind.
jiiiiin, ujf ft luting noa vnpmtn; 7 Too
village School Room; 6. TIllpiit ICOVuIk;
. Uliossy Chalk and her Ruby, ola, otc.
'J onus 52 00 poryoar. Address J. 1'. Lip
plncott& Co., Philadelphia.
Tho March part of tho Sunday Mat?!-
.Ino hjis been received, And an excellent
numher it Is. Tho content In part, are:
I the btrugglo In Eorrara, 2 On the
Mlraclenof Our Lord. 'J Wllllnin Rums
the Missionary to China. I Sunday on
n Remote Colonial Farm, r, Tlie Golden
Mice and Kmrods. 0 Three French
Jlyinusi. 7 How to Study the Testa
ment. 8 A Thanksgiving for Life and
Death. I) Episodes In un Obscure Life.
10 The Portrait of Charity, us Represent
ed by fit. Paul. II Footprint! of the
Apostles, etc., etc. Term, $3 W per an
num. Addres as above.
I'rult Tree, Urnlir Vine, I.lr.
The undesigned In prepared to furnish
largo ormall ijtiautitlcs of Krult Trees
of every vuriety, also (Jrupo Vines
and Htnn.II Fruits and a choice se
lection of ornamental .Shrubs and
In purchasing from the Mibioriber, you
receive tn6iTlnnti' frfcth fnim ' 1 1 A? Ntir-
ery, and delivered at catalogue prices.
01 vc me your ord&rs early and 'I 'will
Henure you good stock.
Any orders thrqugh the poat-ollleo or
left at my house tvlll"rocivV prompt at
tentl9t. Yfm. ,V, Ififcuitii, Agjt, ,
tnaf24t Eighteenth' & Com. Av.(
Hip St. JVIrliolns Hotel nml Krxlutiriiut.
Till popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment. Is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good -style
anil, uuiler the management of Messrs
Walker & Blsson, Id doing a largo and
thriving bus-lncis. It I kept upon the
Kuropean plan the guet calling for
wliatho rtitH when hu watiU 11, wheth
or In tlie day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. The rooms are
large and clean, furnished with the be.it
of bud and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the cHtabllidiment are arranged
with au especial eye to the comfort and
convenience f the guest. JaOtf
Is the expression or all housekeepers
after making biscuit with Dooloy's Un
king Powder. It is chemically pure lu
It composition, and pos3wen no Ingre
dients but such a are perfectly harm
less, healthy and nutritious Thh is not
only tho best, butchcapot In market, n
one pound will go further than u pound
and a half of tho'o of ordinary mr.mifac
tue. Uhc no other. I in jUlre at your gro
cer's for Dooley a Jinking Powder,
d Awl w
Mr. Edwin II. Fallls U admitted as my
partner In tho Insurance bu-inest to.dutc,
fromtho first day Febuary ISTO: ' '
Tho business of the firm will bo con
ducted as hqretoforo tinder the nnuiu of
J. H. Ileardcu & Co
Cairo III., Feb. 2Mb 1870.'
Taken up by tho mbscrjber a red and
white calf, about four or live ufonthrfnld,
no mark. The owner can have the an I
mal by proving property and paying
charged. Wim.iam Cahky,
mur4t2 Near d'os Work.
A kind, respectable woman tn tako
charge of a young infant, at her owii
homo, during the summer. To a Pitilable
pernon reasonable conipuiipatlou will bo
given. Adtlrofw, 11. 11. UNDJihwoon,
Marlt2 Cairo, IIIm.
Hot bed fnsh, glazed, three by nix feet.
at W. W. Thornton's, Thornton' block
Tonth Ntrccl. marltf
Oni: thousand YAiiDsor oukkn am
teel uilxco Jeans, at W) and 7.r cent per
yard, at P. NelP, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Pitcher it Houry'H largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, toola, stove, tinware, etc
will bo Bold without regard to cost. tf
Tho Aurora oil is tho cheapest,, safest
mid cleanest burnluir .Hold m use. It
may bo had at i'2, ohio levco.
A splendid lot of calf boots and gal.
tors will arlvo at P. XelPs next week,
and WtlVb'Q'fidld low forcash. J ff
1200 i'aiiis of assorted pants, with
vesls'lo n'ft'lcll.' iit't'd's!, ufNofl 70 Ohio
tfovee. . Ifl. .. ., ,tf
Oo to 02 Ohio Levee for Aurora oil. It
is cheap and safe, and does not Miioko
Tho Aurora oil will glvo a clear and
brilliant light, and Is entirely non-ox-ploslvc.
Sack coa-w at i.i:sh than cost at
P.NcfPs, No. 70, OhloHeveo. tf.
Cure. "It nevor
Uso Endcr'a Chill
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or greaefc.
nrnin or Mr. Sniin f; Mlltrr. "
Our community tfafi hot a little
shocked, this morning, by tho announce
mont tliitt 3I'r! Jdlin C .Miller wuVrio more.
His IIIijom.1 was a pi otracted 'and exceed
ingly painful one, and, although his
physicians, abandoned hopo of his re
covery HOVertil days ago, thof o connected
with him. by ties- o,f relatlonHhlp hoped
on whilo there was life. Lull nighl he
lled, however, and all tiiat Is mortal of
John O. Miller lies composed for the
Mr. Miller was ono of our oldest and
most highly respected citizens, having
,-Cjddedin Cairo during a period of fif
teen or sixteen years, surrounding him
self with many friends, and performing
a faithful part as a futhcr, cltlzon and
friend. Ho has taken part in tho coun
cils, of our city, nnd has satisfactorily
filled other ofllcial positions under our
city goverilnrtfnt. He was a zealous
christian, and n de voted member of tho
Methodist Eplftcopal church, working
faithfully and persistently to build up
that society in this city. Ho lived to
raise hi family und lo see his ous and
daughters grown, and well settled in Hfo.
Indeed, he seemed toliavo performed his
mit-Kluii on earth, ami at a ripe age llrmly
bcjlevlng lu Clod and his revealed will,
he pasted nwuy to the great ,a'nd
eternal rest. Tho community deeply
sympathise with tho bereaved
and hope that time inay soon
thi'lr load of sorrow.
Funeral servlcio. will bo held In tho
M. K. church to morrow, M 2 o'clock p,
in. J no special train with the romaltiA
wljl leave for Jlccch Grove Cemetery,
Mound' Junction, n't precisely lialf-past
three. Friends of thu family arc In vltfad
to attend. ' "
Capt. Itogers has commenced canvas-
sing tho city for Mibcrlbea for Mark
Twain' great book, known a "Inno-
euts AI)ro.id" Thy puhllo ha had,
through the nuwhpapcr of tho day, a
forotawto of tlio excellence of this book,
mid now that they have a uhauce to get
the whole thing "in a lump," they show
their appreciation. The CaDtalii had
anvaseed only a small nortlon of the
I'lty, when ho exhibited hi list to us, this
'morning, yet he euroled,page after page
of naiiie, numbering a total exceeding
tliat everobtalned for any other hook lu
livery family, at Ier.st, should have a
copy. Tlmro U that lu it .vJiinlw will
sweeten and enliven tho dlspojltlon ; put
everybody Jon gooil, liunipr ,wlth hlm,
self and with everybody else, and closo
up all the approaches threaded by
carean"ir "iirclaiifihfilyr' It' M n 'mentaP
panacea, and no intelligent man or wo
man can auorii to no wiintULlt.- . 1 i r
The Captain, a very edablo, genial gen
tleman, will, during Uiu .comlug ;e:,
cttmplote his rounds in tho city, and glvo
ovoryluidyriiu opporjuuhy to fcidmcrHu!.
If anyb'o'tly falls' toavriir himself of Hie
opportunitj-, He, nnd not Capt. Itogers,
will be the thief loser.
tiiulfnndred nnd Thirteen rnr old.
A colored man, named JnmcsCoatiics,
died, In tho neighboring town cf Maud-
"VlUci on the 1st Instant, having reached
thoextiaordlnary agcof ono hundred and
thirteen years. Coathes served in tho .Re
volutionary war, as tho driver of.an artil
lery wngon, and, It Is said, was with
Washington at the famous "Crossing of
the Delaware." Tho Jllandvlllo 'News'
says thai tho vonerablo darky had a very
distinct recollection of the "Father of his
Country," having frciucntly poken to
him in person. Coathcs was a slave dur
ing a period of ono hundred and six
years, being freed by tho Emancipation
proclamation of president Lincoln.
Jt ii rder mid Vengeance.
A man by tho name of Hutchinson, a
resident of Ballard county, wo bellove,
was killed, a few days oluco at tho hands
of a Mr. Tetter. Tho killing Is said to have
been unjustifiable and almost mi p
voiced. At all events the fronds of
Hutchinson wore so deeply oxasperated
that they pursued tho guilty man, and
overhauling him near Hickman sunr
marlly dispatched him. Ho waH shot
dead In his tracks, wo hear, and his
uouy rcmalued where It fell until tho
residents of the vicinity disposed of It.
How can a young man sport fine
clothes, wear a gold watch, tako weekly
carriage drives, eat oysters, smoke cigars,
play billiards, and mako his lady-love
5o0 presents, all on a salary of ?40 per
montir.' Jcho answers "How?'
How con a married man dress his wlfo
und daughters in moire antique; buy
silver service for his table, and feast
sumptuously every day, upon no incomo
at all? Again echo answers: "How?"
If all tills is honeitly doue. the ironlle.
men who possess tho secret, haven for
tune. Printed directions "how to do It"
wouhl otit-sell tho "Innocents Abroad."
Prof. S. Clinton Oabornc gavo two Pan-
tho rescnlation.ot it. pictorial tableaux
of the holy bible, last night, and bear
willing testimony, to-day, as to their ex
cellence as a work of art , and to their
fidelity to blbio history. Accompanied by
a lucid and elaborate lecture, they proved
both instructive and orjertalning.
Tho recent exhl' M n of a scries oi
miserable daubs m this city, pretending
to represent scripture scones and subjects
greatly disgusted our citizens, anc caus
ed many of them to look wjth distrust
upon all exhibitions of that character.
Mr. Osborne's tablcax admit of no such
a classification, as all will testify who
looked upon them last night. As wo
have already said, they form on outer
taining, Instructive and deserving exhi
bition. To-night is tho Inst chance tliat
will bo ollered to seo them. Go early
and get a good seat.
A notico In another column announ
ces that .from and after this dalo Jlr.
Charles ForreH will bo associated with
Mr. C. Winston In tho real estate busi
ness, under tho firm name of C. Winston
and Company. Mr. Forrest is ono of tho
best accountant in tho city, and a young
gentleman who enjoys tho respect and
confldeuco of tho entire community.
Tho firm of which ho Is noy a member,
is well known as efilclont and responsi
ble, and has control of a largo nnd pros
porous real cstato business. Wo con'
gratulato both Mr. Korrest and Mr.
Winston, tho former on his connection
with an old and well established house,
and tho latter on his copartnership with
a gentleman of such sterling business,
social aud moral worth.
QOPAltTNETtSHIP NOTICE. A "
Mr. Cl orlM J'orrtt Imtlnv Oil day lireomoi bxeoi
, ctatoil iriili nit In my Heal i,tao. Agccy, ti recelVt-J,,
I iii ( pnr'ntr Uiuem. J
Tl;r limine from thl Mtnnill ...ii..,u,i ,
dcr tho firm iiamo of O. Wanton A Co
Cairo, 111., March 3, 1S70- d2w C' 1'0RBEiiT
HEAL ESTATCi DHOKER8, ETCy. l
Q WrNSTON fiz CO.,
(Sucoeiior.1 to John Q. Hrmn i Co.,)
REAL ESTATE AGLXIS , '
AND . !
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M.. .1 ...
ti. Mn.i it ... . . ... - .
nntl "II nal y.,Ms, pay Tajts, farnlah-a,.,,...,
wt"0' Tltl. andprepari Conrtyancta o( .tlV.''i,t,
Office, No.MtJJifoorj Oh bLerce. rriiwlStf'W ol
I'ublle notion lalifrcl
oi Aiirn nrjt, 1 hall
ctiy niTon.tli.it on ih un
fttlfiid loffir tho Culmtv Court
ITnlrn. Illinnla n. in i.
.lav'' ' '
of Alexander county, at Cairo, llllnnlj,n u q'
or ijtidday, foytlmiiurpQMor aottllnir nnd adit
ail claim BKlut thoetatof John Hamilton. I Mo t
itn.,rr uuuniy, nrera.p.i, wnnn and wlmroiall-ail X
"' nwinui wi rmuc'toa 10 Mlnnil ana
prrontlliirvUim in vrnlng nitiumtnajd nUtfur
indebted to 'aatd
oramlc exhibitions of the Hlblo fjcenes,
nt City Park Jlnll, Tuesday and Wed
nesday illglits. J'mbruciiiL' the most In.
uTUHiiug nisioncai events irom tho dawn
in uiniinin in mo ascension or our
naviour. j.ur. uesign, beauty and excell
once of execution theso palutlnga excel
any wo Javp, ,vcr seen, and With tho
lecture hy the Professor, make an enter-
laiumeni or unusual intorest to lovers of
sacren History, wo would cordially re
commend this to all who mav bo favored
with an npportunityof visiting It. Hell
The election returns, published to-day,
'filiow that Col. Taylor (who was not a
candidate) received ten votes In the
Second Ward for the office ot Solect
Councllmnn for tho city at largo. A
number of votes were thrown for the Col
onel In all the ward of tho city, but tho
Judges, understanding that ho was not a
candidate threw them out, exeep, as
nuuve. Doctor Dunning and Smith,
Who were also voted for, were notcandl
Joo Marsh, a person of color, clamped
a pair of lady's shoes, tho property of
Elliott, Ilaythoru fc Co., aud worth
about ?3 50. Officer Arnold being ad
vised of tlie theft, was uot long In ferret
lug out tho thief aud recovering tho
property. Ho took Mr. Marsh In charge
yesterday, inquired Into his misdeeds be
fore 'h'idire Jlross, and then marohod
him olfto tho county Jail.
Marali was concerned In the robblngofa
lieu roo.H sometime ago, which fact, will
operate greatly to his disadvantage when
tho Judge pronounces aga'nst him for
tho present offense.
Gen. Littlollnger, (whoso real nnmu
N Ham. Armorandwho.se parents reside
in Loulsvlllo instead of Evansvllle, as
reported tho other day) Is still in thdeity
Ho visited the 'Ilulietlu,' office to-day
and, evluced considerable interest In tho
working of tho machinery and the pro
cess of newspaper maKInff; "116 naB"
quite a young face, and all tho diirloua-i
lty, vivacity and llglit-heartn(dness of a
child. He expresses n. purpose to leave
Cairo this evening, . " i '
luliuitinenl. anil flit Mrmn iii
nronlo notified Mlnnkii pnynientto tht undcrnlgneil -.
... .. KATK
To slhrhom It way concern.
. till Hi
'I U II i I
Caiiijliijutlifl Mmtnlppl rlrcr oppelt nIm'on''o
.'io., murine .ouon. uni onl M Called' fur. lMltt
Iirnperty proren aiiddornftnd paid within thirty dy: ...i ii
ilioftrn.MjiMolilfornccountofclarge. Forpatr" 11 '
liciilan aildrc4 KrantM. Jlundley, 1. C. K. K. wiuf- "i
bo.it, Cairo, III.
COAL 3JAROE LOST.
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GLOVER & SON, '
CJuu una LovkMiultliN, ' :"T?Ji
.No. .130 WaliluUinnto.,oppolteth C5urt-houie(1
.Manttfucturei nnd rop.iln nil kind-or ' 'eil
CCNS, LOCKa, KKVfl, ETC., F.TC.-l
Wdrfc trarnintcd and charet Veaonblei fe2dlnl'Hd
. -"' lo
i . -i . i nil
nxiil thm Ilnilr l.v .ftn.li.i
Information to Cairo Hald UrR u IM feet iKrtgV '
deckivl liter, mnrkr.1 N.J. lllrler on aid, anil tiui
tin number 3 ur 4 onthrrnd. It irot away from Cairo I n
anil u turned Uittom upward.
iri-uini a. ii. bihji r.i.i, jc nun.
' ' una
, : ti
OST COAL UARGE.
rjlO OAS CONSUMERS.
Mr. I. S. MitrrnT near corner x of Elrhtli i,.
trret and Comir.rrLal nrnit Ii4 tlinnM.i h(m 'i
oif with n of ii.i iieli-iiiald a Mi.', inmi.i!:'
MeterTeidtrt. l'urilen dlintlr. wth tho rKUtn Uj-in
Inuorfheir wetericannow luvvlheiu teated.. If (bar ..f
metdra nra found trfi the tri epene of ljie Irat11
will lo charscd to tlio party caualnrltl (MhvitnaoieiillV
u !oiina.lou.rrccl. otKLuru wmj'. ttAJo.milU'-..,, ,
"TlttS BEST IMafeH'J'
mi uin -ti
St Ni-hoUf Hotel, Jlrch HI,,
EH Hart, Ifcndcrson; It H Hart', do;
O Wllilauifion it Lady, Ind; Mrs Crown
der, 'do; Timothy Davis, do; G V WIN
Hams, do; EHtuert, Madison, do; A 11
Carter, do; WHiimnr, IlIs; A Kaiifmun,
Pleaimvllle, do;' General Litlletlnger;
JMIght. Ht. Iuls, Mo; Cha,, Mitchell,
Augusta, ua; Canen-, do, do; J Mc
Lanesland, Washington, Ind; W Watt-
son, lllantlvllle, Ky; G Prlckett, tlo; L IJ
Ilrownwall, Pt. Pleasent, Mo; O Kocbler,
Evnnsvlllo, Ind; A C Watoon, do; Gen.
Cahlor, Louisville, Ky; Mrs Uaytmor &
family, Mojfcam Overilu, California; )
Wnjle.HIs , . ,
Messrs. Mlller.aml'Mlilerilmve Just re- I
celved au imustially large, well assorted
and rftrictly fashionablo supply of piece
goods, to which they ask i-pedal atten
tion. Tho lot "inbraces thu finest cloths
anil caslmor.s ever brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofetyles that all tastes Juay
lie accommodated. Suits or garments
from thero goods are mado to order In the
bet manner and latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to he put upon
trial. At all events call around aud sen
the how goods. Jan25tf.
Resides a very complete stock of tin.
ware, ('. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trade a eplenilld
variety of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona," tho "Veteran." tho
Oak," and tho "States" tho latter a
coal stovo. These, nnd any other
makodosired, will bo nolilat.a small, ud-.,
vanco on inauiifacturon' prices.
It ullbrdii.ua great pleasure to stato
that our Informantgroatly exaggerated
tho story about Mr. Garland's 'mental
deraugemont. Mr. Garland, although
unwell, and siiU'erlug under considerable
nervous prostration, enjoys the full pos
session of his mental facilities, as any
ono of tho numb'irof cltizons will attest,
who navoxc'ceimy met Jilni.
It ast'ouilfls OVervbodv Hint n nnlnrfnsa.
Until Til.-.. ,...,(.. t.'A..'l'.l
w. v...... w.. .., ....ii .7,itiij tiiiiv'l, niiuuiii
rpvtvo tno lorlgluat, tlt... In .iho whlto
gray or grJzi'Jcd.halr., Yotso lts, Plml
on's Vltalla or Salvation fdr tho Unlr is
ust such a iluid, as limpid and au stain
less, yet It fur excels pyery. other dyo
orcolorlug liquid ever known, In Im
parting rich shades of.colortacrey hair.
fob28d&wlw ' fl .1 ,
Tho Nicholas Billiard. 31alli. Is ono
of tlto jurgtiat and beAtj jfurnislied lu tho
couutrxJjt'lilhe resort of. both citlztins
.anil Btraugers who'liiduigoiblllTard play
Tho ialro ferry-boat makes regular
weekly tiipj to Iilaud No. 1 to accom
date such persous as may have tobacco
or the Cairo market, or may deslro to
attend tho tobacco sales. Tho trip Is
made Wednesdaylevenlng, in duoseafcou
to bring up tobicco Intended for tho
next day's sales.
Tho Rlandville college, the advertise
mcnt of which finds plnco In another
column, is ono of the most successful aud
llourlehiiig educational Institutions of all
western Kentucky. Its faculty embraces
men of acknowledged ability, both as
scholars aud educators, The number of
pupils at this tlmo is 118.
IDS lior.KN late stylo Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
Noll's, No. 70, Ohio Lovee.
Call and examlno the stock aud prices
before you mako your purchase, and
don't forget your pocket books. tf
CI.0SINO OUT THi: KNTIHH BTOCK OK
ready maduolothjug, furnlshiug goods,
boots, shoes, hats, caps, trunks and valis
es at P. Nell1, No. "9, Ohio Levee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Mothers as you lovo your offspring,
don't full to usoMrs. Whltcomb'.s Syrup,
for soothing children. Read tho adver
tisement In another column.
Tho Continental Is tho only cook stovo
with sliding oven tloors. Warranted In
all respects. Pliclier & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup Is
a remarkably pleasant and effectual
romedy for bronchitis, sore throat otc.
Sold byS. J. I lu mm. feb281w
Rev. Dr. IJoyd will conduct services lu
the Church of tho Redeemer torinorrow
at 10:30 a.m., and at tho usual limit In
--f- --.-. i
Thero was no meeting of tlie Council
lastjiiight ou jiccpunt of the ,want of a
quorum. A meeting of (he Roard of
Aldermen Is named for Monday evening.
' - ' 1
. Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
dlarcltiy Rro's. sell It cheap for cash.
Patrnnizo homo Institutions. Ruy from
Youths' iioys nd oiiiMiKN'ts cloth.
Ingat iessj tlian' Now Ynrlr, prices, will
bo old this mouth, at NelPs regardless of
Public Speakers and Singers will find
Norman's Chalybeat Cough Syr.up Inval
uable. Sold by Si J, Humm.
Flowering tulips, hyacinths ami poly
antlius narcissus for sale at P. G.Sohuh's
ilrni utrifn! l" ' ' ' ' f.lofiftt
'I i ..I
Thero.wlll bca meetlmr of thu stock
ImMon, M... ii.l ni., V i rni I
.v.i.winut UIU J lllllllll? J UUHUCII
Warehouse Co., on tho loth Inst., at 10
o'clock, a. m , at tho onico of Halliday
Rros., to elect olllcers for tho ensuing
yearr and to traiiwict 'other Iira(rottallC
business. J. M. Pjiiki.11
Marcli .Id, ISTOdt Pres't.
I Ii I n g O oaiIk.
Tho complotest stoch of gontlenion's
furnishing. goods In the city , Is to bo
fouud at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo aromarkablo want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tlie very lowest figures ruling In tho
The annual election for twelve- Trus
tees of tho Orphan Asylum of Southern
Illinois at Cairn, will be held at tho Asy
lam on Monday evening. March tho 7th,
ut 7J o'clock. II. 11. Candkk,
The now supply of silk hats Just recelv
ed by Miller nnd Miller Is worthy of
especial attention ofgoiillorhon who wish
to purchaso anything in that lino that is
cuicuy lasniouauio ami or llrst-class
manufacture. Tliosunnlv embracoii all
sizes; ami as to prico nnd quality satis
lacuou is guaranieeii. feb28tf
We observe tliat Mr. Pruott has Intro
duced tho early rose potato Into Rallard
county, no uoius mem nt ou cents per
poiiiin. v. m. Davidson, of tills city,
tells tho same potato nt 80 cents. '
At her rcsldonco In this city, about 1
o'clock to-day, Mrs. Susanna S., wife of
Iidward Jiuder, aged about 22 years.
Tho colebrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Ohio Loveo. Jan21-lm
T: M. WARD,
.1 1 . -DKAUWiK'iL MWITKUW
2T- X 33 . . JXT O f JS ,
I reprcd to nil ordei promptly n!l sllifuctorilr
witlitUolct.oivh.inil hlrnory firjno.1,1. . fy . TT
l.-wKiordtm nt Hulcn'i ofiiUitl, I f) il o Si)'l t)
A Hit of Letters remaining unclaimed fu Ih poit
o.Uv'i' tt Cairo, IllinoU, on 8.turd)-( JJarcita, ISTO:
AihI.ou, uilm Iittbcll, ilelmnn, mr r.llm,
'(llatmn, mr Mary (col) Curry, inri !iirollnv,
llowel.mr It, ' s Ilill. run It C,
Kandall.mra Mnllii'. Ioawell, mr Clar.i,
Mclonld, nir Mollle, luiul;, ml Ainnida,
N'adf, mra IjiiM, bill, mra Jennie, (eot'd)
UltSTllMlv'ri nir. ..
Cnliiun7 fi.tr iv I;,
Derby, If O, '
IIiidii, Jamea, ,
.aiey, J n,
llarna. W K,
lUUnr, II )l.
Joncii, Kiln., '
.iimiirr, j At
Clark, T J,
Comfort, lHaaa I
t'urpenter, I'red I',
(iul.iwny, J W,"
llois.ii. S W.
I'rlatitnt the nnieo of tho Cairo lkilletln. . i.
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.; ;-
QAUL L. TUOMAS,
SIG.V AM) ORN'AMENT.Uj PAINTErtS, '
b'liop In tho Terry Hon, Corner Commercail n;','i
Aenu and iyath aCreeU -, " '
, , Cairo, Iiaiaaoiai. -i.
dtciltl 1 1 i .in .
' " - I IIIM' I
A flritelai Lnlne man a Agent for a New' York'
Htat.t Llfn Inmrniieii ConiiAiiy. ..
Tho rulit man can obtain herw n paying aud a life." .. -Ion?
laitlneti. v i
I'or further information npply to tho IMItnr of tliit -papt
r - .iulda.4m
IjlOIt BALE OR RENT.
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()n tno.itorr llltirK lIOL'rii:. with ilore.rooin
and ilwi'lling attached, i-cini.linjf of eluht romni,
coi'icuierii, cir. Aim nir i.iir, ono utifiaur., on
Tenth street, ot flrft rdomi and cittern, etc. Kor
fuither inforniation, liiuir'i ol X'ii Commercial
mm? inn Jyi mijw mi lyjmmummwm
... . lilmrkj:.
-t r - T T.1 ITT ti T" rr
V 1L. IN XLJ Y Jli XJ .U,
Whulcsalo and Itetail dealer in . , - y
JI.i:i AM) SOFT MJJIHEK1
01 all denerlpliotis. Steniiilinut I.nnlierwd
to Order on thort notice. Aluo senerul asuorlmeiit
on fi.inu in yam.
NOTICn-Ordcis left null .los.
Willi jiroinptly filled tiltiht or day,
I. AU1I, ARent,
iVAl V. THORKTON,
Wboleaatn and Iletail Dealer in
' LATH, TIMIIER,
Oeilar I'li.tn, Duora, Snail, llllnila mul Will
'! i'i nl
Olllce un Tenth Ntroot, ' ii)
elite rn Co'ininerelal nnd Washlnijtoi- Aveiiull
I, Mills, ,,llJ,
Miller, Win, ,
Maratta. dipt. '
Smith, II I,,
Hcott, riohn W,
Hugo, K II 4 Co,
Tint on.0 II.
U II .U.k..l.... .1
HcClellan, Johi. K
l'lkn, WM, '
ltnaliy J . .
Wewart, John ,
, Shaiinup. M.
niii'jiliarn, w lr,
Wilion, li Ii,,
. Torsona rnllmi; ahonyo(lfulirttflt(&rii Mill say
''ndvertlttCd leller.,'' " ilJU'S". .. ..;fcU matt
...T.I. t. flllilltM. . r
tmu iriwTM$t a ill n&,4ii,it Ml
I .Milibiauit nuuiat.liui .JSllUiW
a. - tn'- i
cAtjr: Ma. ' s.t
.t ..i ,Ua
JUck Illver 1'iijHr Cuuijinny't Sheathing FAt ,
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Ul'All'l'MOI'JMISIVTi ''"-I "
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II. W .ioiiu'ft Iinpi-ineiJ Itoojin
'I V l.Mil.I fT
'i n vill.iU
bM'tnt,iilwl,!?, p' "liiiua
n lartrra M uttlnll i tlnltllu . '1lf .
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