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NEWS OF THE CITY.
TUESDAY, MARCH 8711870."
Dentil of Jimmy Hnillh.
Iu ft recent number of the Mlullctln' we
spoke of IhcHctious sickness of Mr. .lam oh
ftmlth, uml expressed doubls us to Ills re-,
covery. Ills dreadful dlscuso (consump
tion) continued to wear upon him until
4 o'clock this morning, when lie breathed
A faithful and fearless discharge of his
duty ns n firemen, cost young Hmlth his
life. During ono of the coldest nights of
tho winter ho unhesitatingly faced all the
hardships arid dangers th'uV riulhilyd a
dlschargo of his duty, and, rerufiring
home, his clothing stlilencd by Ice, aud
his strength puralyzcd by over-exertion,
ho retired to his room and bed, In which
fn.ilnv- lin llixi na n r-nrrian
,! Hewash member 'of tho; liiborriian
fire company, and his dentil tolls of his
devotion and fidelity Tho company
propose to iiccrfmpany tle Ttiuitiy nnil
friends to tho cemetery, whercbeshlo tho
dust of his father, nil that is mortal of
Jimmy Smith will bo laid to rest.
Tho Sew Cairo l'iiei, ?
Tho Egyptian 'Sun' is tho numo settled
upou by Messrs. D.vln fc Harton for tjie
now weekly ptipertlioy nro on tho evo of
starting In Cairo. Thpllev .Mr. Dnvls will
milt tho pnpur ami superintend the bust
ucss. llu arrived iu tho city yesterday,
and was followed, 111 tho evening, by (lit
material for tho ofllco. The first number
of tho 'Sun,' Mr. Davis thinly, will make
its appearance on tho 17th lust. We
heartily welcome him and his ofllco,, and
hope that his ilnunclal success wlil equal
his blithest expectations "Opposition
Is tho life of trade," and ns trade Iu Cairo
iitdi n little mora ''life," wh.wshoUid'nt
wo welcome our ne w cotemorury?
Tli ftl. Mlcholnn Hotel nil
ftl. Mlcliolnw Hotel anil Iteatanraiir .
This popular and eligibly located house
of public onk-rUIiiiuVril is now lilted
aud fiirulohed throughout In j;ood style;
jM'ili P nailer j the rnnhligemiiut .oYMcrs.
Walker & Slsson, Is doing n large uud
thriving buwInoM. Ii U kept upon the
Kuropean plan the guest calling for
What Jiu wants when ho wunffi I t.'-whe tit
er In tho day or night time, and 'paying
only for whit he orders. Tho rooms are
, urge and clean, furnhlieU with the best
of beds and bedding, whllu all other fea
tures of the establishment arc nrruUgel
with an especial eye to the comfort and
conveulvncu .,r,tho pueaU. juutf
V, H. Illilrlclfuurl.
Tho United Htates District Court, for
tbf District of Southern Illinois,
will convoup In tho late Phil
harmonic hall, to-morrow morning.
At this writing (12 m) tliu ofHcem of tho
court, with the. exception, of Judge Treat,
are Iu the city, as a!o the prlnelpnl part
of tho witnesses aud jurorm Judgo Treat
was expected to (and doubtlcu did) ar
rive by tlie afternoon train.
The proceedings of tho court, from day
to day, will be published In the Jiulletln.
Doolry'a Uaklnic I'owtlrr.
No article has ever been Introduced to
the public in which tho component part
entering Into Its composition aro so per
fectly pure anil o nicely proportioned
that tho same results follow with euuh
trial. Not only is, It cheaper, but the
many testimonials fu Its favor pronounce
It the best In ue. Each package ooitfajp
iiiii weiRiii ns represented .wuiiunic
tured by Dooley V llrotlivr, New York,
nuJ for mo by nil grocers, . , ,
Tlie Hair Coloring l'rejiaratloiK Doom.
ed. Dcwnroof bottled dyes in tho shape
of silver hair dyes and sediment fluids.
They aro all pestiferous; ami .duugerousr.
Phalon'a Vitalla or' Salvallon for tho
Hair, a porfectly pure, transparent,
harmless and agrcenblo preparation, Is
tho only agent that will ahango grey
hah- to its natural color without risk or
auy disgusting consequence.
The Young Mcn'H Christian Associa
tion, of Cairo, will hold IU first weekly
devotional meeting this, (Tuesday) oven,
iug, at 7J o'clock, at tho Mothbdlst Epis
copal ohuroh. Tho public, and espec
ially young men, arc Invited to attend.
lly orderof tho Ahsoclatlon. It
C 1 1 E A I'KST AND JIKftTMrs. yVhllCOIub's
Hyrup for children, is sold by Druggists
for 25 nenls a bottle, and Is nil admirable
preparation for Infantile dlsordors.
Tho Continental Is tho only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respeots. Pitcher fc Henry, at 10U
Commercial nvontie, cor.'lSlh struot,
(Jotfil News toVu'fl'crlng' iiu'mn'ntyi!
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup cure
Croup, fcoe, Throat, etc., ,bohl.ly, .v J.
Humm.' " mtdfjf
Clothing jor tho million at P. Ne(Pt4
NoVWOlilo, i.a6c. JTlio iies't good's in
inocity ni DqionrKf a.iuWihHUse, u
- - - - -Good
Calf lloou for two dollars aud
nei.Ye'nty-lIvo .cents only, at P. Nell's, No.
70, Qhlo L0V90. . tf
'- 1 . I. 1 T
JlAHdAIKSl ItAltdAlNS IA' good BUit
t,r clolhlug (or ten dollarj at P. Neil's,
Uso Endur'a Chill
Cure. "It ntver
Cnslmsrb aud Vannul Shirts at. actual
cost at 1 NoF,J9 No 70 Olilo Lbvcc.
"tub best ik ubk" Endere' S'omaoh
mtUrt,. AlTHL vtJiov ,mi J u.wij-.-i 1 1
,lilviWiI .la'iUH ilflPl , vowna-i
. An effort, wliloh we hope wilt bo sue-
cessful, is being mado among tho young
men to form a class io receive instruc,
-tloiwi from l'rof. Hardy iu tho art of
, .iTho. iMjni'li crop In Calro.has not been
seriously , damaged by tho variable
;Wotlier. s The Veld mMII be about ns
usual three quails,
A Ypuiik. Men's .Christina Associa
tion has been organized In Cairo, and
already numbers many of tho best young
men of tho city. Heo notlco In another
It is, or will be as soon as tho weather
moderates a little, tlrao to plant shade,
ornamental aud fruit trees, .shrubs, etc.
JKorftuytlilhg In that lino, apply to W. 1
Pitcher, Esq. .
Tim mnrlrar. Iinttan'l na rlp'nnlnfft ntiit
dreary as tho I'halls of Delsuazstar." Its
fopc.cppaqfji)y;n't.eflnugU fJatroijs, to
keep thorn from getting lonesome.
Good cord wood commands $! WjS)$G
00 per cord. Tho knights, of tho saw
buck domaud $1 75 for converting it into
Our market reports to-day opcak of ao
tlve trnusnctlonsfn hay, gruln and Hour
Only ltohojic transactions aro rcpoHcd-
Gules, of the Eldorado saloou, 'gives
out rilver cou Iii.all buslaeWi of the houso
calling for small change. Ho takes the
lead In Cairo In resuming specie pay
- In Memorlaii.
C,iro M-tcii?th, H;o.
Whorens, It hns pleased Divine Provi-
dencu in His Infinlto wisdom to remove
from our midst our brother fireman,
James .timl th, be it therefore
ltenolvcd. -ly the aMJcrBntid toemhorH
of tho Hibernian fire company, that in
iiioueaiu in jumes niniui nils company
has Inst a zcaloiti and etllclent mbnibtr.
whoio loss will be moslsuiixibiy felt, aud
whose plaro will not be readily filled.
urtl .r..l rPI. ..I n'11 innj. I 1 1
t (l!9U,i;u, 4 V M,U 1,1 Ull JT Jljr 111
pathlzo with tho family of tho deceased
Iu the loss of an nlicolionate non and a
lovlni! brother whoso void In tho ilamci-
tlc circle uaunt bo deeply and nojirnautlv
Kdsolved. That tho oftlcors and mem.
bern of the Arab and Itongh and Heaiy
fire companies bo Invited to Join this
company Inlaying to the. deoeusod tho
last Had tribute of respect.
Ke.olved. That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the family of tho do-
ceased, and also published In the Cairo
John V. Mu.i.kii,
TI16 'Matnifacturer and JJuIlder' Is tho
name-of-'n New -York monthly,' tho
March number of which Is now upon
our table. Its character Is indicated fav
its name, being devoted to the mechanio
arts anil , nlj tMti matters ' aud tlilngit
that pertain to tliu', calling wf the mo-
cl.an(lc,arej.ltect , bulldve.igljiee.r,.car.
'peiiter and skilled worl'mon of all nnmes
atidiklnd.' It is got up iu lrt-clnss
style, ami Is the cheapest .monthly pub
Milled In tho United States. During tho
year tho reader will receive over 1,000
twelve Inch columns of matter, from tliu
pens of the best writers of th6 country;
witli more than 300 Illustrations, nil for
Si. 01 . Aildrestv Wostern -fcC'o.i 371ark
ltow, Now Y-rk.
Met-.-rs. Miller and Miller have Just re
ceived uu unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of piece
goodi, to which they ask special atten
tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths
and caslmcm ever brought to Cairo, aud
such a variety ofstylcs that nil tuslcs may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from tiiesc goods aro made to ordcrln the
best manner aud latest style, aud at
llgurps that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial. At all events" call around aud see
tho now good., Jau25tf.
Ilesldes a very complete stock of tin
ware, tJ.W..Hondernon, ltK commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trade a oplendid
variety of cooking stoves, among othors
the 'Pomona," tho "Veteran," tho
'Oak, ""and tho "States" tho latter a
coal stove. These, and auy other
mako desired, will bo sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Tho now supply of silk hats Just receiv
ed by Miller mid Miller Is worthy of
oH:ccInlntteptlon of gentlemen who wish
to purchasu anything in that lino that is
strictly fashlonablo aud of first-class
munuluQturp. Thy nupply enibmces all
sizes; nud ustopri6onnd quality satis-
luctiou is guaranteed. loicstr
JuAt reqivo.aU'i No. 70, Ohio
Lovee, a splendid lot of spring Caslmers,
Coatings nhd Vcatlngs, whlqh will be
modouip lutho.moi.t-fa-hloiiable. sly lev,
and at prices tpjultrjtbd tlmbs, a perfect
tit guaranteed or no sale. tf
- ; t . 1 ii. t ii a
Tho St. Nicholas Ulliiard Hull Is onei
.of tho largest u'nd best' furnished' it, tho
country. It Is tho resort of both citizons
aud ijtiaugws.tyho iudulKO bllllaid play-
lug, . aou jauOtf.
Everybody"Uses Wizard Oil. anil
Uarclhy-'Brys. sdll if cheap for' cash.
Patronlzoiho;fte,.lnBtitutI,9p. Uuy. from
Th'o'tilWrfcVurt of the' TJij ftud Staos
wIM nommenoo Its session to-morrow
tnornlngf AUiUilU'teresd wIll tako
lLtiUer i(Houfy'81arg'd stock of-lUrd-5
ware, cutlery, toots, stoyes, tinvyaro, eto
will bo'flold without' fogard to cosr. tf
Pira Iii-at Wlitht.
At 12. o'clock, last night, tho bells sig
naled tho outbreak of a lire in tho upper
part of tho city, The Hlbernlan'and tbo
Hough and Heady flro companies aucom
panled by a number of citizens, hurried
forward in a direction that seemed most
likely to tako them to tho, scene of dls
usler, nnd wcro soon able to locato the
flro iu tho dwelling house of Mr. F. E,
Wilson, on tho corner of Commercial
nvonuo aud Twenty-sixth Htreet.
When tho companies abovo named ar
rived on tho ground tho flames had en
voloped tho greater part of tho building,
nud precluded the Idea of doing more
than to stay tho flames until the furniture
could bo removed, and to save neighbor
lng buildings, lly "acllvo aud fearless
work.qulto all the household goods wcro
removed; but, as abovo Intimated, the
houso burned to the ground.
Tho oriirln of tho flro wo could not
learn. Tho flames woro first uoeii in Mrs
W'h chamber, it is Baid, but whether they
aro chargcablo to a lamp, defective Hue,
or matohes, wo "aro not prepared to say
The bulldlng( wo regret tb lenrn, was not
Mr. Frank Wilson, Is in California,
ami, wo fear.thls mishap leaves the fam
ily I irrather straightened clrcums tuncee
The loss amounts to about 51,000.
Tho Hibernians lay claim, (and tho
claim seems to be woll sttstalued) to the
first water. Tho Arabs, as a company,
wero not oh tho ground.
' ! ' TUB CHy Jailer.
The committee on Pollco and. Jail ro
ported, last night, aud paid a deserved
tribute to the cfllclcnoy and worth of the
present city Jailer, Mr. Wm. MoHalo.
The report roforrod In Just terms to tho
improvements made In aud about tho
all during tli6 year, tho cleanly manner
11 which tho cells wcro kept, the dlcl
illnc'cnforcfcil, and the profitable account
to which tho prison Inbor was applied
Tho report was received and ndopted uir
It detracts nothing from the merits of
Mr. McIIalo's predecessor to say that he
s the best jailer tho city lias ever hud.
Vigilant, exact, kind to the prlsonem
yet firm in the discharge of his duties, lie
has '1611 no room for oveu tho veriest
carpers 0 complain. 0 has permitted
no prison labor, that could be used to ad
vantage, to remain Idle: aud by knowing
what to do aud how to do it, he has cm-
ployed his ''chain gang" In the construe
Ion of cross walks, sidewalks, dlirirliiL' of
trenches, Tepnlrinfe of streets, gutters and
eweis, in a manner to save tho city,
thousands of dollars. Ho deserves, then,
(ho hliiii indorsement given by tho
Hoard of Aldermen. He has discharged
his duty faithfully, efficiently and
an eye flnglo to the good of tho city
ol. Alltn nod (lie Iruu Mountain
Col. Thomas Allen nnd the Iron
tain railroad invited a wrathful
tlon from the editor of tho Jrouton 'He
glsteV a'dd the said editor, In a late la
sue of ills paper, thus responds: 'The
road (meaning tho Iron Mountain)
won't pay. The Illinois Central carries
freight nnd passeugers for less money
and in less time."
"In two years mora Chicago will have
a shorter line to Memphis and nil points
.South than the already useless Iron
"We uro Informed that Mr. Allen now
sees his error, yet wo arc not inclined to
.sympathize with him, ns his own stub
bornness and arrogauco contributed ma
terially to his 'fiasco.'"
Wo will only add that tho Iron 'Itcgls
tor' Is published wlthlii sound of the whis
tle of the Iron Mountain's locomotives,
and ought to bo an earnest friend of the
roadand of Mr. Allen. That it is not indi
cates Homothlug rotten tomcwhac in
Kpecla I'ayinrnta Rcauincd.
From aud after this ditto the patrons
of the Eldorado Ulliiard und Liquor sa
Joon, John Gates, proprietor, will receive
silver change, Instead of fractional cur
rency. .Tito Eldorado's billiard saloon Is
ouo of the largest and best furnished in
tho city, and the bar is supplied with the
choicest wines and liquors, cigars, etc., to
be found in this market. mar'dCt
There will bo a meeting of the stock
holders of the Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse Co., on tho 15th lust., at 10
o'clock a,in., at tho ofllco, of. Ilalllday
llros., to elect olllcers for tho onsulim
year, and to transact other Important
ousincNH. j. ai. riiit-ups,
March .Id, lSTOdt Pres'l.
' . ..I...
Tho completest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city , is to bo
found at Miller und Miller's. It would
bo n remnrkablo want, Indeed, in' thfs
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in the
market, , tf.
Tho body of Moore, tho colored man
wh&dled'niyiit before last, In th6 dwell
ing of a colored' woman nanicd Francis,
wasnt 10 o'clock this morning, still lying
uncared for. Tho coroner was notified
of the facts, and probably took the case
For a good .Beaver, Caiimere, or uilk
rulsed suit, ro, tp If. Neir, No 7j) Olilo
fv66.'" 1 tf
' A'yviv. supply4o( Calf Boots ami Gaiters
Just deceived at P,, Neffa, Js'o. 70 Ohio
-V I', ii ' Uf ! ' -
Youths' boy8'and children's, clolhen,
nt.leiw.thau -Now .York prlcos, will be
sold this week,"at'I. NpfTIa, ' rogardliisa
Of COSt. vl'... . , ...ii.
rn Ali Coltimba. I.fuclltn: P.lucnli.
Ilobt Fulton No 2, N O,
Mary Alice, 1I0
lion Accon!. MM Cllv.
Koto Uolilnnoti, Cu'climntl,
I-a lv I'iko. MrniMil.
Saiii J Kale, Memphis
Dan Able, Columbus, Lcwcllln, Paducnli,
lidlo Jlcmr.lii. McmphlK, Urousbr-rU, Cincinnnll,
Hon Accortf, 8t I.oiilj, Biun J Hale, lo
Kate lloMnadn. .t I.nnli. A nun. itn
Hliark, do Ilobt Kulton No 2, I'ItU,
Tho weather cleared up last evening,
but Was not entirely clear this morning.
A keen north wjnd prevailed and tho'
temperature, -at daylight, was slightly
below tbo freezing point. Tho mercury
had only risen1 a few degrees nbovo at
The rivoMiaa risen ihreo Inches since
last report. t t '
Tho Mlnaluainnl lav rial 11 it nf Hf TMtt
and there is now six nnd a linlttfcet in
the channel abdvo Ca
Tho Ohio is stationary
with' aIx feet six luetics iu the channel
ii is stationary, at j,ouisyllo will) nca y
nine rcet water In
feet water on
receipt and rcshlpt
points, but especially South.
Tho Anna received .here, yesterday
oaga peanuts. 35 uaio cotton anu
lot of sundries for Louisville ttnd Cin-
Tho Colorado nnd Belle Memphis re-
ccivod hero over 300 tons for VJoksburg,
Memphis nnu way points.
Tbo Antilnpo and barges arrived -from
Now Orleans yesterday nnd loads here
for lier return (rip to the samonortl1
T he Cireat IWpubllc Is ex-pected' lo-day
auu win lima hero for JSew Orloans
soon as her up stream conro Is discharged
Wo learn that oho collided at' Memphis
yesteruay, Willi, the .ulg Nettlo Gov
and that tho tug wassunkWl two lives
lost.. Our informant could 'give no par
ticulnrs as to who wm to blame, or how
tiioucclucnt occurcd. .
A number of citizens of livansVllIe,
accompanied oy a brass band, went up
.n tho steamer Morning Btar.'to meet
Capt.Dexter's new bjat "Qity of 'Evans.
ville." Hue la expected bcro to-morrow
Tlie Quickstep Is the regular paoket for
L,vansville aud Paducnh thui.erening.
Wo leitrn that th6 Lowellin' has been
sold, and wo are ugaln without a dally
paciuti to raiincaii.
-T'ho T. L,-MoGIII, for-New-Orlrnns.
and tho Clara for Memphis aro due this
will wait tinou soino of our nrinelnai
biiHlncss houses for advertising favon".
Our wholesale deulers will at onco annre-
.clntn thoimnortancoof Itivitinirthn triulti
Jf; Drowns vlllol nnlf viuulul)y 'q.ijlrp,
and need uoT bo lo'ld tliut tho cheapest
aud most cd'octivo menus for nccomp
llsh this are presenlcil by 'the advertis
ing columns of'the 'Uce.'
. t " ii1'. - ,
Tlie board of Aldermen last.uiMht do-
clared that Mr. Henry Winter, who, at
the recent charter election received the
highest number cf voles for Alderman
from tho Hecoud Ward, does not possess
tho qualifications prescribed by tho city
charter, ad that therefore MeJJuw-
renco J. Dyrne, who received the next
highest number of votes, being qualified,
is entitled to tho scat.
Tho remain eof James Smith will bo
conveyed to Villa Itldge for interment.
I' or this purposo a special train will leave
Fourth street at half past 1 o'clock p.m.
to-morrow. The officers of tho Hlber
nlau flro company, of which Mr. Smith
was a member, have extended Invita
tions to tho Arab and Hough and Heady
flro companies to attend tho funornl.
We tako pleasure In cnlllug attention
to tho advertisement uf Dovou A Co., of
Cincinnati, In Miother column of this
This is the Pioneer House In (ho Mil.
Inery lino in their city.
Just Hkceivl-o. TheShoo FJy Elliott,
and Don't Dodder Mo Hats nnd Caps at
I M'IPh, :so. 70 Ohio 1,0 vee. tf
Ono of the greatest discoveries of tho
age Gorman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup.
Sold by S. J, Humm, mTdOt '
Good Cotton Socks, only 15 cents per'
pair or SI 23 cents per doz.., at P. Nell's,
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf
Hot bed sush, fluxed, three by six feet,'
at W. W. Thorntou's, Thornton's block
'l.illtll filpniil .
Cullqoes, all brands, at 12 cents iter
YAru at.aUtteiihoutio &.Huiiny'H. -dtlt
l prepiivd tp fill ordeiiriiinily .aud i)tUwloiiU
Willi tlie lil oaK and hickory 'hrewoo.l.
l.eao urdera at llulvira old t.inj. or at Ilia pout-
o!Ui(., . , tefl7IIU''
GlVAND ISltAMIpNTL, PUjSTING.
rTVa aiw asm mm m 1 1
SIGN AND 0UNA3IKXTAL lMITiiU.
Hlmi-In the Perry Itoyno
:ono. Corner Comuiuicnil
- ATomia nnu
deoJIll i . ' . ' '
19, nd eighteen JlSkS
nt 1'lttaburc TwiitoiWl
Isrlsliltrwith fourteen 'rWVrM
Harpeth, Bhoals. IWJ SfflSf K? WSSS
continues lively in the !' V ' Yoina:; :V,a
...1,1, -"i"6- V'wiwin it" "II nitxili or raid dir. will
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'licit Sly'U Ii! y Trn,,A Mnorlmnt of
IlalR, nounela. IIail Droaca, I.nUIca ('ana
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An-1 nil tlio noTfllies M thfs lInkAilUv;;n-ullV...
r 80..J ftf'uK, it win b
nnparcnt to Milliner that wo nrc llinj foaUii to Jira
ifiem tho lowcft New Vork Cah prlcoi. wd u,ewm
find 11 to thflr Inlcmitogito u in rry call 1
(icrn I'rliKIng a
me nuauicu lomip
.-ukvu ruLi nncieuv tnr
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Ulnar no Zliiifrman. Samuel HtouU Tartar
iruiiro, etc. and Ji(Jir
:lo.a luorli.J T f
Kjren, that In niirinianS-
w,,.. . ,.-, v. in inn nuaie rnillie.l
tS'Pntilft'SflM "f "in-
unn, A. fl1 1S70, orilio Jjiinnrr lorin tlicri-nf t Ii
lijir t.La fliA.Mi.r ..wm... 4.1. ...
ami aiiM-ntar tha loiietueui an t XriiiibiniM
llirf nlii.i UlftnHtiir.
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,au . 1 . iicri'uy nof iio lli&l ata aaloofland an."
"" ," '"r j"" nunc, couniy and otliep xi.
for Hi? jrar ler, h. .l at tlio cnnrl hnlile- fVi iib
'.' ) .f Ulw. 0"ly Of Alexander and HtitnoV.
I lumuij-, n me j-iii nnu .nn 1 nyaor Julr.lMi'I
u-,!nie "' P'lrclm.cr of thforini.inL-iiJ.icrJbkt '
ri. I'inrru. rnfincaiim at Ii mil. ii..
of tifoi-fio lluincanl'a hilr, Int.Vo. 21 in llloolO' '
No. I'J lullmpilv of Cjiro r.,- l.. m.;'."z? -.
ami that II1.1 i liino at redeniition will eiplraon
Iliotliand30l iilay.nf July, U70, ami If nMta"'
deemed at Hut timu 1 !mil u.,,,iV.,r .i.l.i ... .
Hi,e,.(ouof Ihealiflr ileicrll.e.rpreinlira.
n . a- t "uwsAOKim. Piirolia.er. :
Cairo, February illh, UT0, lebcadluiiw -
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Xj x for
NTIMMSIIIPM Imto weekly fromTVew York,
Liverpool nud QurtMtloirn.' I . ' '
i'r tfiiai;a apply to
CHA3.T. UtSni!, 1
Vtcrn Agf nt, No. 2 Lake
DM IN ISTIt ATDIX NOTICE.
I'lllillo nolleo l bcreliv irircn. lint nn ilia ltd.
of April iiee, I uliall atlend Ix-foro Hie County Court
oi .iii'iuniii'ri'oiiniy, ai uniro, Illinois, at 10 o'clock
of aaid ilny, loy tlie iirpo.of nettling and adliijiinK
nil cl.iima UKanirt Ihueatateof John Hamilton, lata of
Aii'iiiiurr tiMimj, uegvati'ii, vnen anu wriem all
rlaini.iiita nro noiilled nud roquenled to attend nnd
r-ent tliclr claim in writing axnint ald entata for
djiiliiitnl,auinll ut.oiu indvbtnl to aald eatat
an ulo npiitivtl tomako pajiiu nt to the utideraliintd
Cuiro, IJIiuoitnrchltli, UTO.. .
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No. 330 Wellington aro., oinnto Iho' Conrl-hoine,
MonufiU'ture and repair all Umli of
. uivity i.ooksi;f.vh,etc., etc.
Woik warrauli'd and charge reatonablu, fcJIdlur
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To all whom It may concern.
C:tiiulittiittie Mmlmlpjil rlter fapiiOJllfl liel'mont
Mo., TnolUlua Cotton, l!nU' aamo called for, '
properly proven nnd demand paid within thirty day
the .mi.' u ill be Hold for account of elurue. Kor parr
tlculara addre J'ranW 31. Jlnndley, 1. C. It. K. Wliaf.
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aud duelling attached, educating of uislit roomw,
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further Informsilon, liiulri..at li
lenur iitreei, m nvn rouin oiiLUiiinerii. etc. jor
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