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NEWS OF THE CITY.
MON J) AY" MAllOI I 7, J870.
Dralli or JuilRf .1. II. JllcUt
A t-liort jiiiriiKnipIi, clipped from a
Metropolis paper, ami published 1m an
other column, announces tho death of
Judjie J. R. Hicks, of Massac county.
Tho namoofno man la more Intimate
ly connected with tho history nf Hoiith
urn Illinois than that of .Jud;o Hicks. A
man of strong mind, resolute will and
some culture, and taking an active part
In politics, and inmipporl of nil those pro
JectH that had In ylow tho material ad
vancement of Egypt, ho was, perhopH rts
jjonerally known as' any man among us.
Ho was a lawyer of very respectatdo ubll
Ity, a Kcutlumau o' A"0 ncul
qualities, a good citizen and
true friend. At tho last 4 Btute
i;)eotl(ii;ie was 11 candidate for tho
olllce of State's Attorney In this Judical
circuit and "barely escaped," election,
although the majority In thu circuit
iiKtilust thu party with which ho wan
connected watt nearly, or quite llvo huii.
dred. Ho had frequently lllled positions
of honor and trust, nnd wiim nuvor known
to ubuse tho confidence of tho people.
Hut, It la for thofjo who know him more
Intimately to pass an eulogy upon his
llf... Kuch mavho found lu utmost every
community, and will not hesitate lu tho
performance of that fad duty. At tho
time or his death Judge 1 licks was about
IS years of age.
Hip Ml. Nlrliolui Hotel nml IlewnuiAitt.
Thl popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment Is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good Mylo;
and, under tho manugunieiit of Messrs
Walker fc SUspn, Is, doing, a large and
Wrfvfiig tusliiesi. It 'l 1:ept upon tllo
European plan-rbu guejt ..culling for
what ho wants when he wants It, wheth
er In tho day or night time, and paying
only for what lieojdsrn, The rooms are
large ami clean, furnished with the best
ofboUsand uadillii;;, while ull otUnrAui
tures of the establishment are hrraiiged
with an especial eye to the comfort and
convenience f the guests. jTiOtf
Ilolrl Arrival. , '
SI Ni.-holt Hotrd, MtmMih
J Itayel, Charleston; A II Miller,, do;
0 Vatiamdnte, do; James Clark, I. C.
R.R; "V Howmatt, Ulnndvllle; J fM
Orannes & family, Nashville; J Teller,
Bailee Falls; OT Wright, III; S Wheler,
Jf, ,Y; II Bonn lugs, Memphis; J Clark
son, Omaha; A Lcvotiv.'orth, Evunsvlltu;
V Kalrhart, Ht Loul; Miles Lamen, Cln
ottinati; W Hiuners it Lady, I'l Ssmltli f
W James, III; Mrs Belle, City; It Davis,
Mls; M E Wright, do; Mrw Carlton A
family, Hawsvlllc; W Ituso, Ht Louis;
O A Parduc, City.
Dnnlry'a IIIiIt PowiIt.
No article has over been Introduced to
the public in which the component parts
entering Into Its composition are so pr
footly pure and m nicely proportioned
that the samo results follow with each
trial. Not only; is It thniprrf but the
many testimonials In iU favor pronouiift'
It tho beet iu use. E,ieli package Wntnliib
full weight as represented. Manufac
tured by Dooloy Brother, Ninr" York,
and for f ale by all urtleorfc.
TliK HlrClrlr J'ninrn Hum Doom
ed. He ware of bottled dyes lu tho shape,
of silver hair dyes and fcedlmeijtuhK
They aro all pestiferous and dangerous.
Phalon's Vltolla or Salvation for the
Hair, a perfectly pure transparent,
harmless and agreeable preparation, Is
tho only agent that will change grey
hair to Its natural color without risk or
any dl-gustlng consequences.
Mr. Kdwln II. Fallls l admitted as my
partner In the Insurance business, to date
from the first day Febuary IS70.
The business of the ilrm will be con
duotcd as heretofore under thu name, of
JT. H. Reardeti i Co.
Cairo III., Feb. ESth 1670. WlOt
CitKiiT-HT and JH-ST Mrs. iVIiltcotiib's
fiy'rup for children, is sold by DruggltH
fori5 cents n bottlo, and Is an admlrablo
preparation for Infantile disorders.
The Aurora oil Is tho cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use, It
may.be had at P2, ohlo levee,
Good News to riill'crlng HuruaaltyJ!11
Norman'uChaJybeato Cough Syrup eure
Croup, Bore Tliroat, eto. Hold by 8. J.
Clothing for.tbe,.uillluu at V. Nell's,
No. 70 Ohio, Lovee The best goods in
theory jvjll he found pt tip's lmjm ,tf
Oood Calf Uoota for two dollars and
seventy-five cents only, at JP. Nell's, No
w,'oi!iiW! in 1 .tf
Tho Aurora oil will glvo a clear and
BxiuixiSSl JmUAlNgt-jA gpod suit
cf clothing ro? ton Uollara ut.1V .NolfH,
Use Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
The Aurora oil will not stain or greaev.
Jau21-jm ' '
;aslmero apd Faunnl 8hrts a,t actual
it at l Nefl's No, 70 Ohio Levee, tf
1 t ' "
"tik jiktJN usk" Uhders Stomach
., Tho celebrated AtvorttOjl, qaMlbov,lad
atloliMOhlolLeveeri li'ii-t ,vja8l'll.l
!nn 1 bo Done?
'i'ho authorities of Nashville, wishing
to provldo , homes for poor wIIm, 1111,1
employment for her mechanics and
laborer, uro discussing tho .propriety of
exempting froni Hnxfition, except for
Hfihool purposes, all residences that may
h'e'creclod Within tho limits of tho city,
'diirlinr'thd next throe years. It is
thought that such a measure would In
duce men of meani to erect dwelling
houSwrof tho cheaper character to rent Co
families of limited Incomes.
Tho constitutional provision lu this
Htatc, requiring uniformity in taxation
prohibits movements of a like nature lu
,A I'nrnicrnyli far the llyc ol limine .Men.
The great advantages of advertising In
an evening paper are thus set forth by an
exchange; "In tho morning, with the
busfness of tho day beforo you, a hasty
glance is made through the paper, barely
sulJlcIclit to afford an opportunity to
tnko In oven the news contained therein.
Tho evening is a period of rest, of leisure,
when the mind wants occupation of a
different sort than that which has
engaged It during the day. lhu evening
paper Is, therefore, carefully read news,;
miscellaneous matter, odvurtlioments
tho whilo paper. TI1I3 Is .so apparent
to every one, that no elaboration Is
llutrU of AlitcrniFii To.tilglit.
A ineedngof the Hoard ol Aldermen,
to close up the InHlnesiof the (Weal year
has been named for this evening. The
absence of Meiers Rodman and Tbeobold
and tho deatli Mr. Gibson, leaved only a
quorum of members in the city. H Is
necessary therefore, that' every member1
should attend, otherwise the meeting
CupUot bo,juld.,,Bylntf Ibu last meeting
that cut be held under tho present ad
mlnlitraiIon, and tbero ltcini; business of
a ttatu.ro that calls tot prompt attention,
it Is hoped and believed Hint tlio
members will yield to tho necessity that
calls forhe meeting, and bo present.
Hlxlyvrtircc'Niauaniul Dollar Itarntd,
Tim city flnnuco committee held a
mecdng, Saturday afternoon, and, under
direction of the city council, destroyed
103 000 city bonds. Tho bomls, Issued lu
IJOj'OwI) 'bollove, had remained In tho
hands of the Comptroller, and as thero
was no purpofo to ppt them upon thu
market, it was thought best to burn them.
Thpy were, therefore, thrust Into otle of
the stores at thu'Uulictiu' olllceaudj In
the prefOhce of the committee, ' burned
r,,'Atiil thaVs the wn
iy(he money 'gMcV."
.TJle '"eral Hcrmon over the remains
of John C'Mlller, ,wasr pronounced by,
I lev. Vantrease, yesterday, to one of tliq
largest audlencwf1 vver Meii In a'Uulro
church bu'ldlng. Kvery available "st-at
was tilled, ami' a number, who were
unable to secure seats, remained on tho
outside. The discourse of thu Key. Mr,
Vantrease was Impressive, and com
iiiuu jed'llio iirofoundest attention of tho
At linlf part fl o'clock tho special train
left for Iteech Grove cemetery, where, In
view of a largo crowd of mourners and
spectators, the remains .wcro committed
to tho crave.
Messrs. Miller and Miller have Just re
ceiyud au-.unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of piece
goods, to which they a (si: kpeclal atten
tion. The lot embraces thu lhicst cloths
and caslmers ever brought to Cairo, aud
such a variety ofstyles that ail tastes may
be accommodated. Stilts or garments
from these goods are made to order In the
best manner and latest btyle., aud at
llgures that will defy competition, For
iroof.pf this they only ask to bepuf upon
trial. At all events call around and see
the new goods, Jau2otf.
" -The largest wharfboat that over (loatcd
on tho waters of the Ohio or Mississippi
river, Is, now ;belu( bu)!tr to,.?nler, at
Metropolis, for Capt. Chas T. Hindu, of
this. cjty. Its extremo length wjll be
three hundred and eighteen feet four
Inchc.J, with a com-spoudlng width aud
depth of hold. When lluished It will he
moored at our wharf, and used in tho
transaction of the Immcnso shipping, re
hhlplug and storogo buslnesj confided to
tho Captain's hands. On its arrival bore
we shall describe It more minutely.
JlesIdt'H a very complete ock of tin
ware, C. Henderson, 100 commercial
Aventii;, presents to tho trade a eplendld
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
"Oak," and tho "Btatos"-tho latter a
mi &v.yci0i..m .""y.Viher
makodesirod, will bo sold at a small advance-
on- mamifauturers1- prioes .
Tho new aupply qf.sjlk hats Just recelv.
ed by Miller aud Miller Is worthy nf
especial attention of gentlpmeii wh.qwsl
to purchase anything in that Hue that is
strictly-Wslilonablfe aud of llrai-class
manufacture, Tho supply embraces all
.sizes; aud to price mid, quality satis
VaatlbhMs'gliaratiteetl. ' fMi2Str
ion 1 t iw tiLi I
'"JustVicelved at 1 -Nbtrs; No.'79, Ohio
fiOveeVK Hi)fon"drd lot of sprin'g'CilsinVe'rs,
CoatluKohaud.VcaUUK,rwUlqU will bo,
mpdfl up i . t9iJ(Jiiot,ftt8hIoi)ablp styles,
and at prices to'sul't tho times, a perfect
lit guaranteed or no salo. tf
Tho St. JNicnoias minimi nan is ono
and strangera.who Jmlulgo billiard nlay
iuBrA t,ir "'"'Jalfttf.
Drawers and Uiidarshlrts. at asaerlllco
Mrs. Kate Hamilton, relict of tho lato
John Hamlltonf has Instituted suit
ngainst tho Homo Mutual LIfo Insurance
I Company, of Cincinnati, for thp recovory
I of tho SC,000 risk taken by that doirtphny
i on deceased's life.
! The rolWl" of'tho company to adjust
and pay this loss has called out rathor
damaging comments. On more than ono
occasion wo havo been urged to hold the
company up to public execration, but
fooling It no part of our duty as a public
Journalist to talo part in Individual con
troversies, wo havo persistently for
borne. Tho brother of tho decoased, Is
said to bo embittered against tho widow,
and but for his representations tho claim
would havo been settled sometime ago.
Ho lias used all tho means in his power,
It is said, to defeat its payment. If his
courso Is instigated more by hate than a
senso of Justice, ho merits a largo sharo
of tho censtiro that is now so fn-Hy
heaped upon tho company.
Tho Rev. Thomas J. Shores is doing all
hn can to excite such colored people as
,heod hia counsels, to dcod of violence
and-bloodihod. From his pulpit, last
night, ho announced that thore wero
some colored democrats In Cairo, and
Thaf 'llie hest thing they could do was
to leave town. Ho would permit none
such to belong to hit, church, and tho
tlmo was near at hand when oven tho
city would bo too hot to hold them. ' As
a step toward making good this threat,
he called for a mass meeting of tho col
cred population on Wednesday night,
that a RepubllcatLclub might bo organ
ized among them, aud such other steps
taken as Ac might conceive tho exigen
cies of the case requires. -
We have no comments to make. Thero
aro In. Cairo, rational, cool-headed color
ed irlcii, u ho can readily foreseo the dire
ful ends tu which such things will lead.
It Is f6r them, ami not the white popu
lation, to apply tho corrective, and we
have reason for believing that they will
do ho, pVbliipUy and with effect.
We are under obligations to Hon. Wil
liam, J. Allen, member and John Q. liar
man, K$q., clerk of the Constitutional
Convention, for favors In tho way of
documents and papers. TheCoiiventlotii
'Register' is received ho Irregularly
that wo could not, but for the attention
of these gentlemen keep paco with tho
progress of the Convention.
Wo observe with pleasure that repeat
ed attempts to adjourn over to May or
June, reunited In failure. Thoro should
be no adjournment uutil at least tho
frame work of the constitution Isperfect
ed. Ax matters now ttaud, tho work
really performed by tho Conven
tion Is not annreolated or understood.
Tho Impression prevails, In fact, that
very mile lias been accomniisucu. 1110
Convention, therefore, should remain lu
session until they can submit for tho
peonlc Inspection and discussion, the
fixed outlines of the new instrument.
Henry Moore, a colored deck hand,
slopped at the hotuo of a colored woman
named Frauojw, yesterday and retired at
night 1n apparent good health. He was
taken with a congestive chill, howuve,
shortly after retlreing, and died beforo
day light. TI16 question now arises:
Who shall bury tho body? Deceased
left no money. The woman with whom
he stopped Is an Invalid and penniless,
Tho city has made no provision for such
cases; tho county olllcers declaro that he
N not entitled to tho benefit of the pauper
laws; aud the Surveyor of tho port does
not feel authorized to take charge of the
body as that of marluer. Meanwhile
tho body remains (or did at 2o'clock to
day.) where It died. It seems quite clear
to us that tho caso demands a coroner's
Inquest. If this is so tho burial of tho
body Is clearly thargeablo to tho county,
Tho largest tobacco salo of tho season,
In l'aducah, was hold 011 Friday last
Tho houso of Bottlo Rro sold 27 hhds;
Hale, IJuckner & Co., 47; and Rice, Cross
land Ji'Koy 17. Common" leaf brought
from 50,00 to $0,05; good leaf ?10,50 to
Tho 'Herald' regards tho sale, both 011
account of tho quantity sold, and the
prices obtained, as something extrnor
tlfnary. ' Terliaps It Is; but wo cannot
bee that thu prices aro any better than
those obtained lu Cairo.
Tho Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding iivun doors, Warranted In
till respectsi 'Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avonue, cor. 12thistreejt.
Youths' boys' and children's olothen,
at less than Now York prices, will bo
wild this week, at P. Neil's, regardless
of cost. tf
Kverybody uses AVlzard Oil, and
Barclay Rro's, sell It cheap for cash.
Patronlzo homo Institutions. IJuy from
1 PI teher &1 Henry's largo stook of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, eto
iWni be:8llHt yltljotit regard t'ti ebstl ' tf
Just Ri:cKvi:u.-Therjboo Fly Elliott,
and Don't llodder Mo Hats- ami Caps at
P. Neil's, No. 70 Ohio Loveo. tf
p Ono of tho greatest discoveries of tho
Ugo-rJSonuan'a Chalybeate Cough tfyrup.
BoJlltyy y,J,n.umm, m7d0t
Good Cotton Socks, only 15 cents per
pafnpr 25fcopts per doz., at P. Noll's,
... . , - - --
Hot bed sash, glazed, three by six foot,
'at W..W. Thornton's, Thornton's, block
Topth, street., nmr-itr
Calicoes, all brands, at 12 cents per
'yafd'a'rVRIttenhouso & Hnnny.'fj.,.v dot,
MUl ill " .1. : '' I '
TVo have evidence, renewed every few
weckf?, that Calro ls cursed by the pres
enco of two or inoro adroit plck-pockcts.
On Rtaturday night tho pocket of a Ken
tucky gentleman was relieved of a wal
let containing $70. Tho theft must havo
boon accomplished by an export,
as tho gentleman was surrounded
by friends, and at no tlmo out of
the full glare of the gns gas light.
Tho only party In the crowd upon
whom suspicion can fall, has, for a lontf
time, boon held as not anovo reproach.
Indeed, sereral thefts havo been laid to
hla charge, but as the evidence of his
guilt was not conclusive, thero was no
prosecution. . , i
Tho report, in circulation yesterday
evening, that Mrs. Charles Gallgher had
died during tho dayr created a. profound
impression in tlio community, as no
lady Is moro nniversaffy known and
loved. The contradiction that-followed
was most Joyfully received, and relieved
many a heart of a load of sorrow,
Mrs. G. is very sick, and.ha8(.bcen so
during the past week or ten days; but
her recovery is by no means dUpaircd of.
Kptcle Payment! Ilcininetl.
From and after this date tho patrons
of tho Eldorado Billiard and Liquor sa
loon, John Gates, proprietor, will give
fillvcr.change, instead of fractional ,cur
rcticy. Tho Eldorado' a billiard saloon Is
0110 of tho largest and best furnished In
the city, and tho bar Is supplied with tho
choicest wines and liquors, cigars, etc., to'
ho found In this market. muiadOt
Thero will bo a meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse Co., on tlio 15th list:, at 10'
o'clock, a.m., at tho ofllce of Ha'NIday
Bros., to elect officers for tho enduing
year, and to transact other Important,
business. J. M. Pjii:;up3,
March 3d, 1870dt l'res't.
The conipletcst stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods in the city , Is to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkablo want, indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest llgures ruling lu thu
market. ' tf. 1
The annual election for tvolvji Trus
tees of the Orphan Asylum of Southern
Illinois at Cairo, will bo lield at thb Asy
lum on Monday evening, March tho 7th,
at 7J o'clock. H. H. CA.fDnK,
marl3l ' Sec'y.
Kora good Reaver, Cailmere, or silk
mixed suit, gojo P. NelPg, No 70; Ohio
.Levee , ' tf
i - 1 .-. u-i .
A now supply of Calf Boots and Gaiters
Just rccelved.at P. NefT' No. 70 Ohio
io vee. -lit. v .
NEW ADVERTISE 3IENTS.
TIipt wllH.lt IMI.ll Auntlftn nl III Nrl
!'ion inJIouii l C.ty, llUoum, on
Tueljr,, tli" uay pf March,. 1S70,
At 10 o'clock .m., a inlfcellnneeu M'4rtmnt nf
.ruprty irrrtaiuing lo the Imrru u( steam fngin
errnig, mj Durtiuent, coniting of
Tools ano Appliances,
Scrap. Bar and Shoot Coppor,
Rubber Hoso. Iron, nvdrnullo
Jacks, Whito Rod & Black Load,
Lard and Linscod Oil;
Fumpa, Coppor pipo, Qua
aPlpo, Qum. Homp,
na 'Jotton i'acKing,
tio., iio,, Sic.
Ono Bourn Enyino,
Ten Itichen diameter and 20 Inch ttroke, nd tleitin
pipe. The whole ip(iruUd &lit,S.
TKItMS Ch on dAjr of ilo. Artlrlei to I re
motfj without delay,
II)- order of the Cummandunt,
1.. A. ri(AILIV, .
pild at Hound City, III., Mardi 0, lt;u,
Uiuliict t'nrili, (Driitol) . 01 lo $7 tier 1000
KlrnttihoHt Hill Ilenrti 65 to (IS jier I0O0
KliveloptM 83 tif.H pri 1000
lllll IIcuUi,t . . - . . 81J jiii; Urntu
(Itltar Work In Proportion.
WE UUAR.VXTIIR SATISPATION.
BOOK AND JOB OFFICF
lliorntii's niilliling, Tenth St.,
CM IIO, MUXOIS.
. . RAItREL FACTORY.
" Liqijor Kejj of All SiV.oi?
On hnd, onnmletii order, ht tlin Osirii Ihrrel Ye
tnrv, foot nl Kourth mreot, Cairo, III-..
TrliuiulliKi.uu llnat r . In, Wurcliniue,
Amu' at eull. Sujiport lioms labor. fubinlmd
'JO OA8 .qQMEIVt j
Mr. V. 8. Harrt HiviAtI ',tttcj-l
ttrrri nnd Commvri'lul avenue, tiai iiiiind hbu-i
Hf willi duo of U.i MollonaM & (,'o'i InfnllWo
Slutor 'lVatcu: 'Parties
with tha rfglxfer-l
nn of lUirv)lwi ojui o Juu(Uieju JcntrJtT.lf th
iiftfriuro rounillrue Iho mafl"etp(liltt,-W thv teit-
wllllecliArKvl-VVi(i,ftjrFyeitiJi4lj; " l"f netrr
t-juiui4,IWMti:..H(iWrH !IAU ...nfiDj5"'
w'a'iitA'n'eifi: 1 r
(Succfisorf toRlradon, Ifudion
n ft Clark,
nntl Commission , jllrclinuts
Af6ntsol . ifm .yy ,
Anicrlrnri I'nwiltr n.,iiiiit Mnnttfnctrircrx
AkciiIh lur C'titMii TaniN,
N. A7 lili I.ovco, Cnlro, III.
J r. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(SuccesiorH 10 E. U. Ueadrieka k Co. J
Forrfariling' and Commission Merchtnti
irjIAtlFBOAT VHOPRIRTOflAt jui
Oftlro - - - TITInIii.
Libtral Advances Made on Contignmmtt.
Ire propared to raetlre, ttore or forward IraiflhU lo
illjK)intt bay or tr on commmlon. Bail mm t
anded to with promptnesa, MlOdairl
(Successor to Fallls, Oren h Vo.S ''KM
FLOUB -A. Q-ZH DSTT.
-ANI- '' "'T'
Oenornl Commission Merchant,
mUtf , ,,,,,U
r; j. li
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
I'nODUCE A.ND COMJIIH3lO( ' Id
2vi e n o ir a. iv a?;i
Ko. 70 OhioLtvtf, CHICHI.
Special attention c io,CooslRninnl; and'. Mil'ng
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v . .in- Ml
,110 AT STOKES, (IK0CF-ME8 ANUPIW)-
;7V Tisio.' u"-r
IXIO OixXo xjexree, ,
tDflStC, .Cnlre, Illlaela.I
FLOUR MERCHANT AND MILLtRS'
AGrXT, , , . . 'ff
Ho. 60 Ohio L,vpr, Calvoj llllaola. U
Orders solicited and "promptly ad ilitaclorlly
fl.lod. . : ooldtf
DYAS T. PAKKEH.
JOHN II. PHILLI3.
pARlER & PHiL'LIS,
:i it, : . .1 tA
Cominlwloii and Forwarding McrriuM
Ilnr, Com, OntH,' nmrtf nntl nil ltlad:al
1 ' 'i 1'rtHliiro, in A-1
otuo i.Kvr.n -..-....-.m,-.oaiuI, u.w.t
VI'1 Jtf . . .1 nl MIIO
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a. i)., Art its.
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i .ol i tin
XXi O.UXXljriit ) Mo
Ho. 133 Onto r.tvr, . jiCAIAUt'JUui
COAL nAR9E Lj
LOST' COAL BARGED v
A llfrtd rwanlwlll I- MaJ lh'11hf.rf'Jf ils'rJf
ilnforiuattoiiio.cair'i i-AicJ.lori: .T.n!IMH'lAo,
tlrt mimlK-S or I on tlu-f njl. h et awiy frAtrj.CiUo
and wa turned bottom tit-itr.l-. . i'r??'
fcbi-dlm ' A, U. flllOTWEDIn SCi;
L i'. . . ... lrjrigr
WOOD. " 1 Vu'v-
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A TIT) ! Oi JIWM1
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DE.U.KU IN " " -inl.in
yzrin "WOO 3D,.,,
U ttxrid lo flitBrdM1)rompHrI"''M"Ietorlly
with tha best oak and hU'ipry ftxfwood.
1,1-aro ordf r at Ilulcn'a 61d Hand, or althe poit
1 1 . L 1 1 , ' ;
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON
It tupplieil Hjth all lupda ol
0uporior Xiiqt.'Vior.iVf . 1
Ilcr, Ale, At.,
Commercial atonu, txi. Mmth and Taolh titU.
m tltlrity. wba'loi aood liquors. ffi?ul.f'n;1to hltn
II, and tfiote who flalt lo put a fragrant clirar can
call, and tliote vrbo li
i.vi. m.-lf wnl'ijlnl-l t hl r.
qaiu; l7tiiom AS," " s 1 4. .
SKIN AX 01WAJIKSTAL PARTER,'
Slioi-In lha IVrry Itousa, Cornor rommtreall
Aveniio and Highth atreel.
I'llMKMOtlce inhrrcbjrt!lTn,Hyitn tho ISth'May
f April iwixt, 1 ahail tttU'ii'l bfforfi tho County Court
of Aicxandi r county, nt Cairo. IlllnnU.at 10 o'clock
of aul iliy, foy thp purp of urttllnirand adjimini:
aUclaliiHiKnmt tho citato of John lUmllton, lataof
Alexander county, decemcd, when and whera all
ciatiuaiitM ttro.iiVtlfll'aml elUted to attend and
provnt their clumut inuotinzutaiitittiaul ettata for
tnljUAtiiient, aul ull mron iiuli-btcd (0 aai-1 estato
nroulsn tiontlcd tomaku paytneut to tho underlined
euro, lll.no.., March tth.U.0. AMU rC)Vi .
To all whom It may concern.
t'li.icht in ills Misslwdppl rlyr oppoilto Ilelinout
Mo., INtoJUIes Cotton, 'fides Mine l calld for,
property proven mid demand-i pulil within thirty day
the name will l" W fr uwmim oft-lurnea. Kor parr
tlculnrs nddm Kmuk M, Hundley, I. C. It U. Vi)f.
lirt-ll. fitlro. Hi
Q 0 PA RTN li l'.S 1 1 1 P NOTI OE.
Mr.Charloa I'arrcit hatinR.thin il.iy lircoina mo
tiuti d wall liialu my Ileal Ktal AKuy, irucciveil
an n parUiKi Uiurtin. ,
Tho Uulue from this datw will ha conducted un
der thu Ilriu uamo uf O Wnnton A'o.
Cairo, 111., March S, tbW'-diw ' "
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OR SALE OR RENT.
no two.tory 1IIUCK HOUi&inUls' !0tf:rJOlii
dwelilha atlMhril, it.ii.IM ii of CiEnt.-rnomii,
dollelh,i-M. Also for ale, una COTTAOI!', (m
'IVnih Btfejit. id tlvu .rogiui and clatern, lq
jiiriicr.iufviM"''l3.'i J'i".,r;, ut.
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