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III.IMIKIJ IIT JOHN lit OIlttlLT A CO.
If. II. IIAKIIKM., A8SOCIATK KTlITOR.
TUESDAY, OC'TOBEItu, 18C0.
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Amend Hip Corntltutioti,
WIM.IA71 .. AMK..
For Omnty lbw
For Aixi1c JmllcM,
jamk.h i:. MccnrrE. '
Yt Coutily Clor'k,
JACOB O. LYNCH. "
rpr Counly Trcaiuror,
Gniniy Superintendent gf I'ubllo Ikhooli, '
i.r.wiM v. iiutlkii.
For County Surveyor, .
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I'fjr .Snlr 'linp.
11 sell the house in which lam iiv-
in. it aniiiiikwkuiA u jii4
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i hi it nnn iimi mr kiidii. jvihij a. u
iblu lot on Center t. nt $275 R lot.
tin, for M. J.odIv
Mini cr of cur citizens will leavo by
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UlIIIIlK ildltl I" .1.. JVfl.lJ, v uu .
Iiiikou on the fourth day of the urea
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Nocthir city In tlio west can
Hal," tho decamped demirep, left
l mattv II i u nnir menus, rue
' one of our Jewelers outof $00; u
ml sine dea!er out of ?26 the hot-
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.i . I . .f ... rnl Yiim.l p.ul j Iidr I fl fill
it it inunv iiioiitliH rent: nnd..
'nijtly, everybpdy who had
hi r any credit, Business, you eec,
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IJUII, Illlll, US U l.llll)l'UVil(.L', oai,
i lost to blirht. U to memory dear.
km the Clillls.Alford's x'X Ague
f tho Ovrmun lniiBiingo, cnu se-
; l.ir.ililp In tho night cIum now
.in", rrlnolnal of tho German
!cs df siring Instruction will pler
innrdlfite nrji.lloatiou to the Pro- .
at h.i riaiJeiico on Kourtctuth
f ctwtcn Washington Avewifnud I
cards 65 centh er
-cMtiil .Mnu lUilly Criithril.
lo the tip freight train was wltch-
Carbon Ia!c, last night, a brake
amed Houe, who was on top of
.In fell to the ground Lot woe a two
ml was seriously, if not mortally,
Ho was hustled uloug over tho
Home distance, and that ho was
led outright Is due to tho fact that,
'ceded in working his body out
oral. Ill left leg was ground oil",
ad and neck wero alarmingly
I nnd lacerated, his right arm was
1 and his hip Injured. Upon tho
he was a badly hurt man. Ho
iced in charge of a physician, wo
and, nnd conveyed to Ccntralla,
he lives. Ho was a steady young
espected by all who knew him.
ircely posslblo that ho can recover.
t Hhake! use Alford's xX ASU0
o xtock of carpets and oil cloths at
ouse and Hanny't. 3t
n hheetlng 12 quarters wide, f 1 75
iavo received from tho famous
Ing houso of Root and Cady, Chl
peclmeu Bhcots of new music,
wo pronounce compositions of real
many of them being from tho pen
finished (composer, A. J. Vans,
of the Oreat WesternLlght Guard
We append titles and prices:
rle Queen Quadrilles," embracing
and tho polka redowa, by Vaas,
I 00; "Ladles' Favorlto Polka,"
ho operatta of "Seven Girls and
n," hy A, J. Vaas, price 80 cents;
rt Polka Mazourka," by Vaas,
oonts; "Air from fo pro Aux
' ono of a Ju voullo series, by Jules
ot, price 80 cents; "Ho'i gone,"
iiomory of the late W. B. Brad
tiartotto, by P. P. Bliss, 10 cents;
0 tho Firelight Gleams at Homo,"
d chorus, A. T. Gorham, 30 cents;
other's Farewell Kiss," pathetlo
tautlful, by, Leonora Rolhborger,
of thin mus.lo can bo secured
1 tho Cairo book stores, or bv re
;tho price Ulyect to Boot and Cady,
Y.nml II v 1 1 1 L
"Harrctt'H" htudlcH tho hair.
Tho circuit court la tHIll grinding
Tho Hoard of Aldermen will meet
Uho Ender'a Chill Cure. "It never
Woodward, being tho lowest bidder,
received tho contract to furnish nldewalk
lumber to tho city.
The Board of Aldermorrefused to pay
tho expenses ot tho delegates to tho Keo
kuk convention. ' Splggot economy.
Thoro 1h talk about tho policy of put
ting a sower thrbugli Iho leVee below tho
Ht.Chc.r1eir hotel. Xhe Fourth Ward !
opposed to tho mojoment.
There wM.v, 'Mlm .Attendance'.' of
market wagons In market (bis morning.
Tho recent rains having' s6fterijoVth6
mud roads, .distant farmers do not edj
the trip hither.
Ask for AlforcpVJ' Agtie Bemedy.
Itedmaoj tnpJPquntjTjeurer, Jm Jd
Arkansas, attending to hU commercial
and agricultural business. Uo la raising
cottoa, anti (nienda to uie the proceeds
of sorad'flftcca bales la ibis 'city.
Tlie printers rrisldo 'haii Work"of' Uie
proccedlHgarof the Joint seHslon of .the.
council, published yesterday. Tho typo
graphical, and other errors, wero d la
"JJarrettV. injust tho thing.
City Attorney iiutler, In a communica
tion to tho Bonrd of Aldermen, last night,
promised to prepare the petition for a
eassessmcnt of the lots bcncfltf ' hy
street filling at tho earliest pos.il b.u mo
ment; First c1hs day iward atValker Bis
on's restaurant, at $5 per week. tf
Esquire UrofH will leavo for tho nor
thern part of tho State tho latter part of
the present week, on a business, trip. JTe
will leave Old Mau IIodKe.tho hodges
podgea candidate-for County Judge, and
Dr. Arter, thf radical candidate agalnVt
hU wlllhi our clmrgc. 3
Klrljitd, plaid and plain llannulf, of all
grades, t iUttcnhotise it llanny's. 3t
Too Short; Tadlcal cnndM&ie for A".o-
j clato -Justice, llve.i n Harj.lwood pre-
iCiiiot,nnu occaioxiauy hrlngto tliu mar
kola load of corn.i, Poll Parrot, the other
candhiatt) for Af.-ujolsto Jusljce,. lives an
Uenn Jtldo, Thcjfes prtcluct, and on
.corn dixlcerandt'otatoel.. 91 g
Knilor'u ritomacb imtors!i-"Tiio best
Inu-e.1' ' U
Alderman Gibson U terrible in hla
"phllllpicH ncalnst tlicSdeet Council. IIo
calls It tho 'fAuguit body,"anii eays If
tho members; don't like that riamo ho
will dub It the "May, couldjr would, or
should body." He thinks It would
make n tcasmaUc moTcment if it were to
fold It tents like tlio-'Arnhs and aw silent-
f.. t ml. n.t-nt.
Ender'H Chill Cure Ii'cver Eallrf.
Tho wile of town Jots at Bohnont
was quite n succe.iful as wnsantlclpated.
We undortand'thatalout$SO,000 worth
werefrold, and that n number of the pur'
c:iafM Intend tb erect bUnlncss houses
l twUjowu ftooaas workmen can ,
put them up. We arc not n bit Jealous
tt Mtolo Elijah, Dlekewpn's horse
i::u!e ? Tlial's tho question that agitates
the good people or Dog Tooth Bend, Just
Elijah is after the rascal, with ad
vcrtWementri and posters, and gives such
au accurate description of tho animal
that It can bo recognized at sight. Keep
& lookout for It.
To preserve hair use "Barrett's."
The neighborhood of Eighth and Com
mercial is made vocal with sweet sounds,
from Prof. Blalsdell'a Conservatory of
Music, that float out all tho day long and
into the night time. Last night hit class
of young ladles wero rchcaralng tho
beautiful cantata of "Who shall be Queen
of tho Flowers?'' and thoso who listened,
enjoyed tho rehearsal exceedingly.
"Barrett's" does not a fleet tho system.
Tho Board of Alderman did notauthor
izo the appointment of delegates to at
tend the Commercial Convention at Lou
isville. They will probably do so to
night. This la a matter which should
nr t be overlooked. The convention will
bo ono of tho most Important over held
In the Valley of tho Mississippi. Tho
proposed International Paclflo Railroad,
from Cairo to tho Pacific coast, will bo
one of tho measures dUcuased.
Large stock of staple goods at Bitten'
house and Hanuy's. 3t
Alderman Glbspu Is unique. He has.
become disgusted with tho bills being
continually presented to tho council by
lawyers. Last night he stated, that it wa8
clear to his mind that the objeot of all
our lawyers was to get the city Into troub
le, and then make it "bleed" to get out.
Tho only remedy for this evil, be said,
wax to put up the aw business of the
city to tho lowest bidder.' If this plan
wero adopted, he hold, if would become1
tho Interest of the law officer of tho city
to keep the city out of law aulta. Who
bids? ' ' ' ' '
Good towels,. all linen, 0 pout, each,
at Rellly'tf, tf
Young Goodall has not taken his de
parture for Chicago. He is on a brief
business (rip up the Ohio. Ho will not
leave Cairo before tho 15th. By that
tlmo he expects to have all the .business
of tho 'Times' settled up, and to havo all
tho debts of the establishment paid in
full. The Goodall Brothers, Jiayeidls.
itlfir..t ii i.n.nf. ilunl of ntiHrirv anil nlunlc! I
and Mr. H. L. Goodall, tho senior of'thoi
Jlrm, has struggled manfully from under ,
a load of debt, paying to tho last cent
tho obligations which bad luck had plied
upon him. j
Tlio largest and best furnished billiard
hall In Kouthurn Illinois Is that of W.ilk
Particular attention Is directed to tho
advertisement of book for tho million
Marriage Quid In another column. It
should he read by all.
Tli Pacific Cooklag Stove.
Tho universal testimony Is tlint tho
Pacific cooking Btovo is the best in use.
Buy no other kind until you seo ItatC.
W. Henderson's 190 Commercial avenue,
' 1 -
Wanted at the HU ChrU.
Wo want immediately at the Bt
Charles Hotel, n first class chambermaid,
and two dining room girls who throughly,
understand the business. Thoco who can
bring good references will find steady
employtneut'and liberal wages. Octltf.
In remote portions of tho city tho 'Bui
letln' was delivered at an unusually late
hour, last night, tho delay being occa
sioned by a derangement in the ma
chinery of our press and in the organ
ism of one of our compositors. A recur
rence of BUch a mishap ha becnprov!ded
1 Dr. Wardnor haa purchased tho beau
tiful building site on the corner of Wash
Ingtou avenuo and Nineteenth street,
formerly owned by E. P Burllnghom.
-Tliey are admirably located on tho main
thoroughfare of tho city,' and In a very
respectable neighborhood. We under
stand It is tho Dr.'a purpose lb erect a
dwelling house on them Immediately.
Xew rirm-Strntlon .V Illnl.
Mr. WJlllam Stratton and Mr. Thomp
son Bird are announced In our adver
tising columns as the successor in the
grocery and commission business, of tlio
firm of titration, Hudson A; Clark. They
occupy tho samo building and pursue tho
II JaUdeless for us to say anything ;iu
commendation of .Mr. Stratton. A busl
ness life In this country extending back
over a period of a quarter of a century
has mado him friends and acquaintances
everywhere In tho Hurroundlng country.
He Is a correct uud clever business man,
and stands high in tho confidence of tho
people. Mr. Thompson Bird was born
nud rained In flght of Cairo, and Is one of
tho wealthiest residents of tho country.
He ii well known in Missouri, in this
city and thu neighboring regions of Ken;
tucky. tiuch is tho new Hrm a strong
one financially nnd onri that is boutid to
. - 3 :
For , fall nnd winter gjod?j flannel.-',
llnseyscloaklngs, etc., go to Bit teahouse
and Hauny. '' ' 3t
Arjput four thousand dollars worth of
Jboots and shoos for sale at Kellly's at oO
'pircrnt.cn the ctl price! j t f ; ,
1'rfiU I'mII mi'l yliitrr (oa(l. i
If you would. oc au elegant asaorttueut
or Urcis k'oous ciiUTncnii; aii.tuo Jiitesi
styles of both foreign and iloraeetlo
manufacluru; a largo jtock of staple
gbods,comirIsIt)BHheetlng4 of all widths,
pillow slip muellus, hhlrliugd, Uibto
tlnnno fnu'Alltii.u unnlin ntiil v.irHl2..f
g00(1,( cloRkiBrt JoiUH( cas.InetH.twced.,
cxslmeres, prints In great variety, trim
mlugs ot tho very latest and most elegant
patterns, holsery, notions; If you would
see exactly such a stock of goods as tho
wants of this market rcqulro at this rea
son of tho year, you must call at Bell
bron oud Well'8,011 CommeroIalAvenuo,
between eighth oud ninth streets. They
nro now opening their latest purchases,
and invito everybody, especially the la
dles to call nnd examluo them. Tho
prices ore as usual, very low. Call soon,
and secure pick from a fresh stock. Re
member the placet Hellbron & Well's. It
A line stock of Fall and Winter clothing,
Including overcoats, dress and business
conts, complete suits also received, and
all at prices lower than ever. Call In
and examino them.
Dress goods, strictly seasonable and
fashionable, in great variety, nt Kitten
house & Hanny's. 3t
; Untlvil HlMrt IlUlrlct Court.
United States District Court for tho
Southern District of Illinois, convened
yesterday, Judgo Treat presiding. No
business was transacted more liian tho
opening and closing of tho court for that
This morning tho court again convened
and tho following business was trans
acted. No. 1. Civil Docket. Tho United
States vs. Charles M. Dole and others;
debt; rule to plead by to-morrow morn
ing. No. 2. Criminal DocVel. United Sta
tes vs. David Gibson, Indictment: vio
lation revenuo law. Continued for alias
No. 5. United States vs. Isaac Gibson.
Indictment: violation revenue law. Con
tinued for alias capias.
No. 0. Uulted States vs. Thomas J.
law. Continued for alias capias.
No. 10. United States tb. William R.
Jones. Indictment : violation revenue
law. Continued for alias capias.
No. 10. United States' vs. Samuel
Coohonnour otal. Indictment: violation
revenue law, Continued for alias capias.
No. l7.-Unlted State vs. William S.
fMassoy et nl. Indictment: violation
revenue law. Recognizance forfeited and
tcifa order to next term.
No. 3. United 8tates vs. Milton
Davidson. Indlctmeut; vlolatlonrevenue
law- rfea. ot eullty, nnd tried by the
court and taken Under advisement,
Court adjourned until two o'clock, when
the Jury will bo oalled.
Tlio 1KU Coiiklnir Kioto In tho Wiirlil, 1
A broad assertion but tho Pacific, to
bo had at C. W. Henderson'x, Is that i
stove. Cnlland sco It. oct.l 2t
Everything usually foundln tho largest
and best stocked dry yooj-i homes of the
country, N on salo at BIttehhouBo unci
Hanny's at prices that defy successful
Tho best and prettiest cook stove now
A new lot Just received. Call and see
them at Beerwart, Orth & Co., 136 Com
mercial even lie. tiepCdwlra
Shoe Tips Tlio American 8hoe Tip
Company havo introduced, this leatoai
a new white metal tip, which by wear
has tho appearance ofsllver, and is deel?
dedly ornamental. A metal tip adapted
to flrst-iilass shoes has long been needed.
Tills now tip moeln the demand, and
mUBtcome Intogeneral use on the finer
grades of children's shoes as the copper
tips havo on the comon grades. 'Boston
Alitor Ilenriy Mid Rellnble.
From Its perfect purity nnd ualform
strength, Doi.ky'h BAKiNoPoWDKncata
bo safeley relied on as tho belt and
mojf economical baking powder in use.
X short weight, as each can contains
tho full net amount represented, and
tho same quantity Is guarentcod to last
longer and give better satisfaction In ma
king rolls, biscuits, pastry, &o., than
any other article knowu. Manufac
tured by !
JDoolev & BnoTHKit, New York. ,
Good all linen shirt bosoms at f 2 60
per dozen at ReiHy's. tf
"BarrettV never-failing hair restora
I urge upon porsons who contemplate
purchasing u piano to call ut Prof. Dials
dell's Conservatory of Mulo and teo the
new "A. Sumner, St. Louis pianos"
which I furnished him through my
agency. I havo also received somo new
pIunoH at my rooms on Eighth street,
near Washington avenue, which are for
rent, with tho privilege of purchase.
I also have .Smith's American Parlor
Organs for rent with privilege of pur-
All instalments told by me are .war
It. i I
lUlllVU ill! II K J l-IIID, , . jU
I extend an Invitation to everybody to
call and see the Instruments.
J. C. CAr-'o.v, Agent, '
octl lw Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
.Wtxmnler County TenctitrV Tiialllut.
A session of the above named institute:
wlIPboTield "at Thebes, commencing"
. i iiursu.iy, vjciouery law, at ouo
o'clock p. in., and coiuluulng ,twp days,
until Saturday noon, October 23d.
Thu nroirramuia will embrueti oxerelses
In all tho branches required by'Iawlo be
taught In the iuUk ioIiooIh, to-wlt: or
thography, English reading, pennman'-'
fchlp, arithmetic, English grammar,
modem geography, and the hlstpiy of tho
United States'; with' muiic and essay h,
dcUfHioni and addresses on education nl
Teachers and school ditccti.rs will take
notice that "no reduction of pay or lo
of time will be incurred by tho toacheri
attending" this institute; and tho
teachers from every school district In the
county, outside of Cairo, (which excep
tion Is mado becauto an Institute will be
held there sometime during tho Fall or
Winter; uro expected to bo present and
take part in the exercises. Tho school
directors of every district should require
their teachers to attcud, since It is to their
Interest to have competent teachers; and
no better opportunity for testing tkelr
competence will bo afforded than the
exercises of this institute; andthocoun
ty superintendent pledges himself to re
voko the certificate of any teacher whqe
incompetency is mado apparent.
Not knowing who at presout compose
the executive commlttco of tho Alexan
der county Tcachors' Institute, thocoun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying with the school law which
makcs.lt his duty to encourngo tho for
mation of teachers' Institutes.
All friends of education oro cordially
invited. L P. Butler,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Irish linen, felling at 185, now $1 15
Irish linen sold at $1, now 75 conts; and
good Irish linen at 60 cent, at Reilly'tf
Arrlvn ml Diartnrc Uurlugilie I'm!
Iko llamiilllt. CMurat-m Wro White. l'ajuh;
Ctinmplon. Cincinnati! Emma No'3, NO '
It C(5ray, Meuiphlr, lwp anlLan;v, NO
Hon Accord, MHrojol.
lit llammltt, Columbui;
Wrn. White, Taducahj
r.mma no s, i. in.
',.? 0 V' H,'ul'.urp: "ee l barSc , da
Ollte Urancb, .N V Bon Accord. do
Ktoncwall, N O.
Tho weather continues clear and quite
The Mississippi is rising rapldly'at
DUbuquo and Qulney, where it is nearly
J3 feet nboYe.low watermark. Therlver
Is almost bank full between those two
places. Tho Missouri continues to de
The Ohio Is filling at Pittsburgh with
four feet In the channel oud is rising rap
idjy at Louisville with nearly eight feet
Tho Cumberland Is falling with 18
inches on Harpeth shoals.
Here the river has fullen two Inches
elnco last report nnd now seems nearly
Business continues fair, though not so
good as yesterday, when our wharf was
thronged nil day wMi (oimors, thero
being six hero at one time receiving or
discharging. Two NW Orleans boat
lay here all of yesterday receiving
Tho Wm. White, Copt. Northern, i3
the regular packet for Paducnh, and tho
Belle St. Ix)uls, Copt. Alex. Zclgler, I?
tho regular packet for Memphis this eve
ning. Capt. Chas. T. Hindu Is the agent
Bmith'sTonio tiyrup has been counter
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC S VBUP.
Tlio genulno article must liave Dr.
John Bull's private stamp on each hot-,
tie. Dr. John Bui.ri only has tho right
to manufacture and sell the original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYBUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examine well tho lubel
on each bottle. If my private stamp K
not on the botllo, do not purchase, or you
will be deceived. Seo my column adver
tlsemont,and my show card. I will pros
ecute ariy ono Infringing on my right.
Theflmtiif Smith's Tonic Sykcp can
only bo prepared by myself.
Tho public servant.
Dr. Jon.v Uur.1.,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. 1808.
Best 5 quarter pillow .p muslin 2i
cents per yard, atBeiIly'. tf
IT You Vnn t
Mnil to make a lollr IjoUI of Iho Usl 4Ialr It- ,
atorat4TTr uiixllor reatonnrf gray hair toiUwif
lnil color, --nd JJrnt fr n paclas.
'! Whlta Tcelli, lltalllij Ciiimn, ami a moct btiil
'tad for otir TUHKI.II DB.NtHIKICK, j.tlf., Sly
If Vmi Want
A iur cu- .' r HlA:he, Cnlarrh, Dmfam, or IMS
iJnc In thn nr, awl tnt our M rHRNUTATOVT, I
l'ncii .IS cpnt. T?4'-tn-Elthrof
lha attnro nt poat-pald on rsttft
Adili Jvaeph K. I -r, III Marti t atrial, Si,
A Ulira C lilU cllon. Huh lailil'n Itl'C-l Jit.
llaglo Ar', IiM'-'it-ri'-, rumpnalog aluAbl
inrormatir-n tin. rjrl.nljr. Sra4 If mail, (fru of
Addrrmlt. 11 MUtMANPr. 1 Market tUM, t.U
Iaiii-, Mo, T4atly
Drain-' Cullf rllon ''
Of Di'urly (inp liundrwi r-f1t(i fur maklag lrr;'lyj
all kinda ot Wine, Gin, Al, Doer. CriW. Safxirlor,
Cidtr, and nun li othrnful infunnaUM for lhor?
dialing Inor tnanuf Wring nay of Hit nUito, elUi.r
ifent lijr tuail, frro of postage, for Moeiili. Airfi-
It E. NORMAMir, SOI Maxkft Html, H. tll'.-M?.
1 ITIyda'f ,
I : r.
. . New Mnrrlnc Culilr.
AN-KSrfAr-FOlt YoUNi'r MKK, mi I'lijralolocicai .
YJi'ilf, A'm-i and 1'iawiww, (u-rti-iit to Youth aaI
Knri )tan)iO'Hl,vihi'li rreMo mf4initiU to M.Mt-
JUA'if; Kh nire in.nmof ;l!f.. .H'MIn -oatfJ W-J
lot f 0TeIo,, froo of charj(i. Addrcta, Dr. 9. SKIIj,
LIN IIOlViino.N, HoMard A40ciati n, I'hlliwlol-
phii.I'a. - a?lilaw3m -v
Up afcwhiiwiiwwiri'. ai p.i w I.
ST K A M BOATS.
OK EASTPOBT AND WA'iKBI.OO
KKUULAU TlllUt.SU.VV IMCKIIT.
-fr", Ih. light 'mitht Uawf A 1,1' II ,t.
tU'jaliCTt 1 " ' 3 Wi W. K. HTKpW.
UrC, ilfl"-for Km- Mkavoawi aN luttratfd.at
HI:H. KVEBV THl'RHDAT tVEN.
TliA!! i' !. t .l at IMarilW l4h jLioi
far I'UrkiTiHo, Henrtmu iHwn mkI lmlPJM, m4
at Jolin.oiiViiU with Inum for . ,
Itflurntnc ah poaui at Cairo with lfnr tbj
tram for ll point. autMr
The light draught paxeocer Steamer
n. r. NonniEnN
AVil. maU texuler I-AII.r TltlW rx-twin Cairo aail
rauuran, ifai i.t' v eiiry cTwan tmaaa; i a
tha White eonnevu ut Paducnh wit't tho Now Ortaaai
and Ohio railrof !, and ihf CumbcrUnd and Taneo
Farfralcht or Iaii pir oa hoard, er in
ii. J. UL'CKLKY, Aire-ut.
Ianltl Outre, lirlnoli.
EGULAB CAIRO AND F.ASTPOR't'
hTi:AKi2:ie a. icaki:ic.
Uau Cairo r MONDAY EVENING, rmkrnjr
rclo-ecannrction irith tmlaint Iki&ville for Chirac
Title, and afJohmonTlltf, with tralni for NmIitIII.
I'artlcuUraltentlon paid to way buainett.
Notice Ii hrrehy 0tu tlmt tho Taik Comuiitteenvv
pointed tiy.thu Cily Council, will receive propoiili lo
fenteand tnilosoHt, JIary'i rark,lntho fourth Addf
tlon to the city of Cairo.
rU'KCIKK'.vriONti- Ktnco to bo acvenfeet high, lo
eluding boiolmani with onn i ald fence to to hulk of
cypreaa board one tneh thick t mill, 1x0, of cyurea,
aJao cedar post S feet long. 3 feet In tlio ground, ami
3 feet above s laulpoitato be aawed and leveled lit
top and toaund S fet ofuirt. llaila to U put on u ttii
,M0 penny aplkea, over liolirc: ithlO flny Balls. Tho
KUWII u uv tciuw wmu iiiuu, inu inw iu II Kwi
and aubatantial manner, aid fenoe tn have two l.ri;
and two imaj) gMi, well braced ; thn large fatea to l-
ten feet wide, and me tmiui oik fiur f.ii h ida.
The whole fence to lw whitewashed.
Ground to befonctduiW feet nide and 1,100 f -o
All of tho work i.j he pad f-r In cily bond,eipre
ly provided r that jiuipoa l (aid bonda bearing in
tertatat the rate cfpt-cenf. per annum, and re
deemable In three, fuur una Are ) fur, and payable at
maturity for taie. I . rv-f and ulldebta due the city.
All proposals mint he tralvd and (udoraed "I'arlt
Commlttae," ainiuir. ted to Loula Jorenaen, chair
man, aud delivered at the office of the City Clerk. Cairo,
Illinois, prior lo liloo k noon, October lt, ImB.
I.' H IS JOltGENHEN,
aefJhl W. I' 11AI.LIDAT.
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Healed propotaN w li be rei-etrrd by me, at ray ol
lije. In the oity of Cairo. III., until 14 o'cloelc m,, ou
Jpriuay, 21th iut., f . I ar u tic liiubur jtt the near ,
rud,jut aurtrrel. I'l f ri what la known aa tho '
I'etl'a road aud Ji Hereon Maitlu'e fnnn.ono and three
buartera uil!t , more or lem. All treea tHrlve Inie
orleaalii(lkiut'terto be cut leiel with the crouud, '
vnd removed Z'j feet fruin the center of aald road.
Aa pamentafr tha above Murk nil) bo maJo 1
county ordcr,l4uilri will govcru theinaelvea ae-
The Couuty pirt rv.eta the right to rejeotail
1 bld, J, Q.LYN0U.
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