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HEWS Or THE CITY.
SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1870. There Is nn uncalled-for letter In the Iiostofllce for Mr. Huckleberry. Uce ISnder'n TpIIh.'' Chill Cure. "It never Then are only n few caes of unnll pox In the city. .-- "run mr in van" Huilen' fj'.otnnch Hitter. I'.tt. Klt.Korald IntciidM to itnoii iro Into the wholesale liquor hiidile-i. - . Drawer and UiiiWihirts, nt n Hiurillee lit I' Ni'M'h, No7I)OIiIi l.evee. tf The carpenters nliout the city aie Imsy .ill employed, (.loud ilf;n. A new -upply of Calf IlooN anil (J.iiieis Just received at P. Neil'S No. 7'J Ohio i I.HVie. W. J. C IJ'Mjk. of thiaollv. l-gi-ieru agent of Hie Kmplre Mutual Mfe IiiMir nice Conipuny, of New York. IUiuiainh! HaHOAINHI A good suit of clothing for ten dollar.! at P. Nt-IP , 79, Ohio Levee. Clothing lor the million at P. NelP Xo. 7i Ohio, Levee. The lied good In the city will be found ut tM hou'e. if - - - The Young Men's Literary .Society have invited Dr. H.irclay. of Chicago, to lecture in this elty within lyfew week. Jcst ItKCKIVKI). -TlieShou Kly KISIotI, nnd Don't Rodder Me Hats unit Capiat P. XftP", No. 70 Otilo Jveci. if (lood Cotton Sock-, only loceiit- per palror SI 2j cents per doz., at P. XetPs, Xo. ", Ohio Levee. f Xo Cough Medicine Ufd give-such en tire satlwfactloii as Norman's Chalybeate Cough byrup. .Sold ny h. j.Jiumm. President D.nitr'laHVndKupetlntendeiit Hughitt. of the ll.'lnols (Vntn.1 Itallroairl passed through Cairo, e route for Mobile l and New Orleans ! I Kverybody ue Wizard Oil, d j Hnrclay Uro's. wll It Mhean for eah. 1 Patronize home Institution. Py from the liiirolayr.. The only Meillelnr ol known virtu that children rry aftr Is XoimanV Chalybeate Cough .-yrup. Sol. I by S. .L Hiiinin. mld9t The Kt. Xlehoias Milliard Hall Is one of the largest and liest furnished In the country. It l the resort ot Isith citizens mid strangers who induk-e billiard play- In g. Juii'llf. .' , . , Youths' kv' and i lliiuirii i- mniii". at les than New York price", will be -old thl week, at P. XoIP of cost. renardles tf Th' Continental I- the orhy cook stove j with slldlni: oven doors. Warranted In i M..n... ..i ioi I all respects. Pitcher A in., air',,.! " Commercial avenue, cor. I no visit f Tho new goods for Goldstein A Jto-en- water continue to come In a splendid lot. Their stock of ready-made clothing Is complete, and they defy competition In the matter of price. It Jutt received at P. XelPc, Xo. 70, Ohio j lure of the establishment are arranged Levee, a splendid lot of spring Caslmers, I with xn e-preinl eye to the comfort and Coatings and Vesting, which will lie eoiivoiilMii of the gut4s. JaOtf made up in the mot fashlenabie style-, ' ' r N and at i.rices to ult the tlnms ,i perfect j lit guaranteed or no sale. tf , .,. w i,,,,,.., ln . v M Kny Ht Lou. A. Lohr Is agent for a celebrated I Is, Mo; Mlns Hewley, Sulphur Spring!", Xorthern llrewery, and furnMies his pa- j ICy; S W Pieron, Chicago, III; Mrs Mil trons with an unrivalled article of Heer ler, do; Ml--, do; K.S Lent, city; K and of genuine Ale. He al-o manufao- ttirex mo-t excellent Soda and Mineral Water. , . Tin. i .'. i ine new mVVti oi ximum-jun edby Miller and Miller I woithy of j especial attention nf gentlemen who wish to purchase anything in that Hue that is strictly fashionable and of llrst-cla-s manufacture. The supply embraces all sizes; and as to price and quality satis faction Is guaranteed. lebiStf There will bo a meeting of the Council to-night, In Joint se9ilon, to hear a report j from the Committee on Manufactures. An Important movement Is on foot, and unle-s the stubborne-s of some of the Council should kick the fat into tho tire, we shall have a very large mannfuptur iug establishment in operation within a few months. Messrs. Mlllerand Miller have Just re ceived an unusually large, well resorted and strictly fashionable- supply (if piece goods, to which they ask special atten- tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths i and caslmers over brought to Cairo, and ; Mich a variety of series that all tastes may j tie accommodated. Suits or garments I from these goods aro made to orderln the best manner and latest style, nnd at tlgures that will defy competition. For jimof or this they only ask to be put upon trial. At all ovents call around and see t lie new goods. Jani'.tf. What has become of Itoverend Jacob liradley'.' Ho shoiihfnot hldo his light under a bushel, while the Ilevereiid Thomas fjhorcs Is blazing like a meteor In tho heavens of our municipal politics. Why is not Jacob, like Thomas, gather ing tho faithful of his flock jnto a poli tical oluh? Tho attention of .Mr. Llnrgar Is called to Jacob's unaccountable In activity. Colored prcaoliers seem lo make politics a hihlnc's; and why not Uradley? It pays. Ho acllyo anil you may yet bo a United Slates Senator from Illinois. i.'l l.i ' Ml'l ; MUXTI.VG EXTKAOZtniXAIiY. Iltijlil Uu lid nil nnd 'ItTnily-rlghl JJnaht killed In Aine Day. 0 Wo have in Cairo a hunter par excel lence, a man who is in much devoted to the business as win Xlinrod of old, In deed, with hlsjiuti and do;;, during tho llllllt Itlf Clf.ltrirttl lli trtnt'ftb Lla 1 1 Vfl III unit . and ,a,,nc to pocket on extra dollar or ! Mth Ivoe, Corl erne upon tho MU two agaln.t rainy and the .swelter- I 'K quietly cropping a the road lnK,eaKon of the year. We need not tay 'V ' '" re .,,Mte br,,IUghln ' , ..... i ... ... .... ......... back to the city. Ah hoon as ho could he cltbcn of Cairo knows hl.h, know his foible, hi cecentricltie and his devo- tlonlotho MmrtM of the field. He Is one .tr.,11- ... .1...1.... waiiai illtlalL;i.i;i. II ILIUM 111 IT HtnL ICU day.s he, and a companion, named Urundy Jlryant, have performed a feat unefiuulcd in the annals of hunting. On the 11th lust, theybesan a campaign against, theducks In the lakes of Jtallard couuiy, iveiiuiCKy, and wiuiiu nine nays i irum mm nine, nan Killed .iixiy-uinc ! ilii.en eight humlm! and twenty.elghl 1 and returned them to Mr. Geo. Olinstead, their agent for the Kile of game In this I eliy. who sold them, netting for the hunter the InuiilMiine sum or 18!) To, lJciltlc the ltick, they killed some other game which Is not taken Into the ae count. We believe we uro safe 111 say ing that this feat Is uncqualed In the an nuls of hunting. Anyone acquainted i with the llallard county bottoms known I that they mo hunting grounds which j are not at all attractive, and present j dllllciiltles which an amateur with ;,tin ' and do unutd not care to encounter. ' Hut Kelly and Jlryant are i!d bunds at j the hiixiuo; know every foot of ihe j ground they hunted rtver, and never aim their guns in vain. .Mayor Wilson, In his coiixlructfnii of j the standing committees of the council, j eiiuer inouguiiessiy or iiy iesign, siigni i ed the Fourth Ward, thewcrd which se ; en led to him his election run), In doing M has innnlfcMcd a partiality for his J" reinatkabl... to say th' lva ,)tli' T,,t'rt ',ri' "tHB "mlttee and the Fourth Ward fur- n1" idialrinan to neither of the,.., whll the. Second ard furnl.hes a chair- m.iu for live of the nlneSireets, Arter; Clultiif, Arter: Drainage, lUrelayj Cr- dlnitneej', Mclvee; Printing, Winter Arter, wn, in all probably, made ohair man beau-e he will Ix- attentive to his duties; J Jnrclay for the same reason ; Me. Kee ditto; and Winter chuirmau of the PrliitlngCommittee beuamo lie hates the 'Hulletin.' The Fir.it Ward furiiMie chairmen for three of the Committees Finance, Wal.Jer; Market. ICIeb; Fire Department. MeKee. The .Select Coiin- eilmeu fur the Flr-t Waid Is on two com mittees; for the Second Ward, on two; for the Third - Ward on one; for the I .ill r III Wunl.dll nun... riir -.1. .Vlrllul.iH llnlrl nml l!rluiotil. Till' ipular and eligibly located house of imbtU entertrlnment is now titled and fiirni.-hed throughout In good style; and, under the management of Mestrs. Walker Sisson, Is doin a larirc and ! thnviug uu-luesM. it is kept upon the Kuropeau plan the guet calling for what he whins when he wantt it, wlieth i er in di" day or night time, anil paying only for what he orders. Tim rooms arc In rye and clean, furni-hed with the best Mn-N and bidding, while nil other fen- A Willi.-, do; h llson, lo; I) II. Phil IIih. Villa Jtldce, III; CI I. II... 'I11.. III. I,... III. r: r. Vnml.ltn .1... I Jl'", lit lllltV, .ll V At m vi.4... .V, Cra A Floor, lloiton, Maw; W H Amies- trus and family; K A Keucll, Hallard ,.. KVt A K Drauni. Ill: Mhs Carlo Horge, III; MUs Sallie Caswlll, Mo; K 1) Moore, do; Wm 'L Webster, St Louis; LemlsHusskey. (Miucey, III; John Pa- per, Shawneetown, do; O A Lufhln, Villa Hldge, do; II I.e-.-c, St Louis; H H j Hean, Columbus, ICy. - - - To Tnx-l'Hl'i'is j Parties owiinr Slate. County and DIs- : triut School taxes, must. If they would , save cost, pay them on or before thc2Sth i day of March, as on that day I shall start on my tour through the country precincts and shall Ik absent two weeks. Immediately on my lotnrn I shall commence prepailng my delinquent ll-t. Persons owing personal ta.c only, i must pay up Immediately, as I am com- ' pclled by law to collect client without delay. liiarHtd I.ortsH. Mykhs lur Trial NiHIIn To prove that Dooley's Chemical Yeast Halting Power Is superior in every le- , spect to any other over manifested. It Is put up in , I, 1 and round cans,1, which contain that quantity of powder I by rral mt it'clfU, while the majority I of Haklng PoWvlers olleied, fall short ' from ono-olghtli to ono-half of what U, represeted. Ask your grocer for Dooley's ' and you will not be satisfied witli linv other. lnurL'liiiwus M iinlril ul llui Ml. 'linrl.s Sloli-I Wo Want innuedlately one expert leiieeil dining room girl, one first class washer and Irouer and one ehumlier mnld who thoroughly understanil- the business. To suoh as can come well recommended and are well qual.tlcd. we ' wlllglvo pornianent epiployment, llhgral wairc. and prompt payment. Jkwhit Wji,coX it Co., l'roprletors. jMamnrlWf. ' 7 A Wllil 'Jooin Clinae. After Morara. The other r nng Miles Parker dis covered that tho back door of his stable had been opened during tho night, and , that two of his horsei were inleslng. He I at once gave tho alurm to Carl and, after telegraphing, started In pursuit of the j stolen horses, swearing vongance against tho thlove.. Carl started up the missis ' slptii and Parker up tho Ohio. Just otit- I telegraphed to Mound Uty to have r " ,i arilont tlilcf-ca c i- lug expedition ; but. unfortunately, Miles had cot beyond Mouuil City, and was I " - . rushing frantically In the direction ofl Louisville. At last accounts hu was stll on his winding way, determined t.iiever ; give up tlie chase until he had caught the thieves who hud st'ilcii his horses. He Is probably going yet. fc'o.no p( on had eiileied tliertuble, In all probal y a corn thief, and had loft the doors u. Of course, the horses walked out; and, when Carl found them, they were enjoy ing their new-found liberty In a horse- like and philosophical manner. A negro man, in the Fourth Ward, was . attacked the other day by pniiemonia. The disease began In his arm, passed up i to his shoulder and finally reached his heart and killed him. When lie first complained pf the dl-ease, hl.s wife Im mediately came to Ihe conclusion that he had been "hoodooed;" and, in the belief that she could drive away the spell, began a '.Mirlei of incantations. Willie she was Industriously at work, the unfortunate husband died in great agony. A physician would have saved him; but tin: widow .-till persists in the as-crtiou that he was the victim of tho spells of some other negroes who desire to posnc-s themselves of the prop- nerty he left. .She says tint wIipii she put a silver quarter of a dollar between his teeth, and then withdrew It, .she could tee all kinds of makes, llzards and other crawling things upon It, and that after death hi- forehead was cov ered with reptile". Our river reportereiiters Into an argu ment to show that he was correct in re porting hu-Ines fair. We were always on his .-Id. There Is not a city in tl.e West in which there Is doing a livelier bu-liiess than is now being done In Cairo. A" a matter of coure, we are" sharing witli the balance of thecouutry the hard time-, but we get a full share of the lui-l-nci that is going. Von run Itrciilate tilt- 'ill or. Kvery natural shade from light brown to deepest black Is Imparted by Plialon's Vltalla or Salvation for the hair. The number of application determines the tinge. It would be like comparing shin ing water to the draining from it marsh, to co in pa i e It witli the ordinary hair dye. mSldawlw. Mr. J. M. Heveily, formerly clrk of the steamer Tennessee and Wm. White, ! a gentleman of energy and enterprise, we ftre Kratllkd to learn has removed to litis ciiy iroin rauuean, anu nus uiiicii the Kenton mills, iiearthocorner of Com mercial avenue ami Twentieth street, and i" doing a general milling hu.slnc.-s "IrctliiR of (irrmnii Sirliool Aanciilliiu. The German School Association will meet at the sehnol hou-e, on Monday evening, next, I'Sth Inst., at half past sevan o'clock, for transaction ot gciierl builiiens. A full attendance of the memiiers Is reque-ted. d2t John Loo-o of New Madrid, broke loose from all re-tralnt this morning, and be gan to amuse himself by discharging his pistol on the Ohio Levee. Ho was caught in theasthy otllcersShechan and Stout, and was compelled to pay a fine off-' and trimmings. I'lirnUlilliK iuil-. The completest stock of gentlemen's furnishing goods In the city , Is to be found at Miller anil Miller's. It would be a remarkablo want, indeed, in this line that they cannot satisfactorily supply at the very lowest figure ruling In this market. . - -- About 7 o'clock last .night rain began to fall, and very few citizens ventured out to attend tiie lecture of Dr. Vasoy in ,1U Methodist t'hurch. The receipts at the door were only about?!- WJ. Hotter p,iek next tluio. .Mrs. rutliriiui nt llir A ilicnuriuu. Mrs. Patterson will lecture tn-moirow (Sundayi night. She expects' to bo great ed tiy a full house; and will endeavor to entertain the audience, as well as instruct them, concerning the evils of the tra flic In spirited liquors. Tho first genuine Spring rain of the year began to fall la-t night and Is not yet over. All night the low hung clouds showered their gar nered sweetness down. .Metropolitan llotrl. The Metropolitan Hotel Is the only llrst-clasH hotel kept for the entertain, ment of colored guests In the West. Sit uated on the cornerof Commercial aven ue and Third street. maiMtf vV. L. Scott, Proprietor. At rl Die llvll. If mothers would give Mrs. Wltcomb's Syrup to their children when sick, mor tality would be le- among them. It co-Is" mil v i'j cents. m21dawl w Good Calf Hoot.4 for two dollar and eventy-llve ceiitu only, at I'. Xefl'f, No 70, Ohio Levee. tf Pitcher & HenryN largo block of hard ware, cutlery, tools, Htoven, tinware, eto will ho Hold without regnrd to cont. tf The Tabers will .iell a lot of watchc, left with them for repairs and not called L for, at the auction roomn of I). Harlmau, on April 80th. See advertisement, tf A practical Joker hung a snake over Ihe sign of the '.Bulletin' last night, prob ably to signify that tho ofllco Is a coper head institution. Capt. J. C. McManus, of Memphis, one of (lie most prominent steamboat men on tho Mississippi river, isat present in the city, atonpli'K at tli St. Charks hotel. L KTTEK LIfeT. A Ik tor l"llsr rsmmmtiK i.im-iiihs.i in ii t ,rv,t olll:pi vllnol, unSntunlsy, Ir-r. utiu' II1. nml, riirn HA lli-ilforiJ, nirs S I'oupor, mr 1 1 Kuirbniik,inif Mrj KunKmnn, mr. M J Mljnc, Ellen I'urtmgfr, WM Jno W(iiu, run It Wil-oii, mi" Allic llolmon,iiir k lllyo, nil-Atin llAri-, in In Krll Hsu'tiTton nif lltnry MulHtls-, ml WMt, inrs C Wlu, mm It WyRtt, mls M iriln OLsri.rs tur. llMnnl. ltnrj ISoy.l. V V l iurr. W Aihl in, Jis Vra l.'y, II C HvliiKiin,iiiM) Miarltnn. John W l.lnrli, T J Callalun, IVIiir -tk, Tliom. l'iHiirr, la r liftiiuin, f W Ki-kert, WT Tr"lnsr, X W Huckriirrv, lit; II llrilsr, II .M lli tnlnrk?, J Jolim, J Kendall. II Iotjjwcll, lji l.otinrs, Win It Murtaity, I'll McK'nrls, Kcinfih Norrli, Wm IViK-, Win ('oelisan, W W Clcim-ii-, 'fso f"Hfon, M It 0H.j. i in !' Itotlliohlie, Jtm-i IBI1, J I. K-nn, lirron OmliKn, II llnlky.Ulml. ' IVtnp, Ji.-liiu Jjiiwii, Atslrwir Jonlon, It II Kstiniiiy. J D I.se, Kmiik Hitelicll. Tsrn Mnsiry. .Im"Ihis Jtallliil), Ji.'i .sll" , u 'iti-iim .gstil rrs,J i; 1'Aff". Urn o qnu'U-y.ll nt, ft biiuth, Juhn Motal, II Triw, Th Voeli, i: I' Villi.iin, Niet TTmsl, J J Wil.ei, 2IC sir . Jsmt sifiii-.C M Uiiim, John I! Sm 'li. John J Tolilr, MurtiM Wafs. W W Williumi.II II Whip-. II Wall. W YmitiL-. Ilanlel W Vrrnn nllini; lur uy nt llio bIkjt letter will y :.lrrt 'I I"tlu. J. M. OtlAU.VMi I' M. V AD VK JtTISBJLKNTS. TOTH'K. Tin w o "M ' t'uli ! Aici.mi ii tl. ftoth XIny or April Xoxt, '.i iiAlifti'ii U'"ft nf Ii. Ilarlman. nnCnintncr-i-ial An iiiie. a lot or Wat-'ln nbn li liTe lHi U ft mill n for iPimir- and n-rieiinin.son ' uwail ,..f..r. ry tlii furrilr-. At ih sain- tune Kill I foW a lot of .lm-lrj , Iff for rfp4r .ii.. I unM-l fnr. f ir mm r. 1 lie fslows! ili-flrij'tion wl nmii !( with l." W4i. ni-; I ilmiiin- t.-c rjllnlT Mat I'rloo l'ii's lln J Miit-n Tho William, s II llaltnn M Wrltjht McKay ll-or Until H C WOOtllTiSI ilr.NVlo John IVjirer John ll-al Ihii- -mith HI) iiil.-y J MCoiiJt Millal'sin. L Jil I,' Oin-r r.eii Wa-lilnglnu Alex Monrr V II Il-rr ek John Rink J-h i lln- It ivir i:ji Andre fi.J.' t itn id to 1.1 la .lo l In In On ll lu l. lu il do iht .1.. Ia I,i rr .1. U 14. In to In lo 10 lb lo ill! lo t'yltnlr lo eri:v in IHijJhx lo I.er lo (It If (111 Cri.ll III iii"-n lo ! lo lo I 1 1 mil inf; Uc lr le In i nn us I .lo llO Tnr li t. i liote all Ixren Hit in l runniMK oritur. ai aura inH-. h- jfio! a ft. , TAllKlt lllttiTlli:' s. t'aitu, Itar' h SOt It , lr0, in uAif rnm: itcsr J iik.mi:iy ami si;iti:yr or tiii: a ::. ENDER'S CHILL CURE Conlaliik no Uiilnlne ur Aro-iilr, In not CnjiUaMiuit to tlir.Tn.let Clillilren Mill Iftlie It tvlllioiu hrsltH. linn. l'he pii'.ltc anil mmy rmini nt ilij-i' .mi-, alter a f.iir trial, iiriinoiuw-e it iKe Best Medicine Known Vft the niK-rily nnl SURE CURE . . ..or AND CHILLS AND FEVER. Chillc and Ievr are eie. frmii a reru.n poi.nn rxut.n in II.h aliuplirn kmmn n, lijaliirm. II re.lneia the u.nluy er the hjjo.1 rehinU th atmn of Hie ilulrn ni nrnin, ami ihiim - llilllniiHiieo, f'o"tinl..in. , i , ajjj ,n thu Hy jierethe Kj-atem l r any .Inf.. c of n more triu iniure wlic h timv fniinw T, rii. fitrthiT troiilu-, anil rt'lien- ...r.. if ,.t tn uienr,tl;ii l.N DI If S CIIIIX OUItli. It tttmutatra throreantto f.ertorm tneirilirlrri in functi n, nnl u' l h an anti. i.io t.i kh ini(iii wtiii'neaii.e.tl.M Krier anil Ak'ne, ami tn rfl.y realorea heayati'iiilii hrKlthanii.,ne emlii rool Ion"' ' Ii a STOMACH SITTERS. Will glte ttrrt;tlianllii'tlte, t ill -liny thai fi'flllitf of uearuie IhM I linx- ti'tiarloilolv lo any one when rn nwriLi; Irmn llila ilue.ue. H is lUKlily revoininenileil fur Ihi' eiit nf Jia.i-iu, ri.vAi.r. wiuKxav, Atnl fur oiu(lia,fii.I-, liionclntu an. I ronauinti turn, i not to lt ai'i-a.oil, AS ,V 'I'oNlf IICVF.ItAllRitla ilni-nualleil, ami l a aim. 'J--i'iitne ai;Mti Chill- in'1 Ifr if til;n row l.i Uy. Ir. II. Sudors, Sa lii':tli, ly. K.r -.ile Lv IUKfl.tr HIMW .1)1.1. Uin ILLINOIS. FUJ i'ttee lo th ami Ine .loinlnf jiflieiul1' mil make ijnlleotlona In the ;ieihiii fa of Mlaaourl ami Keutui-Kv aa?a!f?S!Sf5!H5!55!HS PKI Alexander County Orilera,al-e ...and fay Sent' at toreni.oii thedul. Ikluda nt Luiniier anil HuiliieMiMivi 1 W. W. TIHIKSTON UMS.IU (L.tSSlV i 185 and Cliarea frttoek In- the'CMlro "....(inen. v wnwnvd V Klf 4 . ubds Clerks hlv r.?oiliunlel vrlft ti-.o btii- ' a need afply - - - - ::i:i'i:itK.cns itrtjuntKi). A't.lr'lp'u-! OfT. 'e. Hot S.1 1. Cairo, Itl. f w Aiis mm, GtiN I LOCKSMITHS.. .110 ronmtrrrinl nvr., op, Conrthontr. C MrlO a, .a.t.otMaMMattaaaeMc MaJ LtatJaNOI MunufJ't1 rts toJ rcnaira alt kinili of '' Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc nfl'Woik n.irtanlvil ami diarR" rivwonnblc. TEPvIODICALS. piu;::s ri:ii;od. Tho South Western Trintin and f'ubllalilnir Aoj(ivUon haro eoimileted arnuiRemcntawreni. by they urn imal.lcl to auptilv mail tiibtcriWrs citl.trnngly, or in clul, with the LKADIM! 3IAHA7.INI3 k WKEKIjIES t t.tiMilirV .iwt "tn.i ritA either of tlm fftlowirK 84 U) lVrtMii. ,iU nt fMi por nntinrn, Yit: HartMr'a Munnn llr 1'VI ii IHilllrite.1 Monthlv, Krunk Loille n llluatrateil ."tewfMper, f)d and Neit, Thr Chiinnn Corner, 1 1 end h and Home. Hither of tho fhltoirltiff f 1 ; I'erlo-lK-alt nt 31 at, tlx: nodet'a Uilirs' iluok, Madam Itnor't' ilonthlv, "t ho l'hrencilogiral Jounwl. Th folloitiUK . !) I'.-nodliiala nt rti, tii. 'Hi Itirerfhle, Paeknrd'a Stdnthly, Tl o Ladle' Trloiwl. Tho fullowmi Jftuj I'erloJleul, at l iai, vn Th" Y. In tir .MajiUitio, Kttry hatur !a , The Jal.n 1 1," f.l .wui pui. hcil at tlvO al O, tit- The Wl;r t. Arthur'a Home M'taain, IVter-Mii' Mit. no . AiMroti, f. i. I', .nun enJ lnblihiiiK AoioriAtmn. in.ir-liio i r IS tl . Lineinnitl. Onlo. SRAHBOATS. n !J I'AlVl.Wi. CAIKO fa EAST t it K I ii Ul-JZt I, PACKET L- 'fiti: i.iauti: Lerf Ci ro rvery mak nxi 'oso r..nne" on u.tli tralni at ifohnsonirine with rati- - , a, 3f AS PC V XXiXiB. I'orllciilnr intent Inn Mny hn.liiraa. PJIYHICIAXS If. V.tKKKJt, 31. If., e.iiuci, if.i.iMii.s. Kxj)lnaHafraamat a.t al....uil. ft I .a . iu"','"u 'tVnr''1' 'I'lWrlVal Ottlee. etn.-l ud from lot p.m. nepMawti It. IILT IIIIA UIJ Harlitgiiytiaed an olhee w rooiut nrrr tftlati. . . n,7irr.4w, i.t . wniinrcitti utenao, twa It-ato o oOar hit .omt-ea 11 tbviulin li ifO.U, ICKFi:HpTtlr.S..-. UarKCWeaior f It. W. Ibajnnond, Ko., l.hw.ijo; Henj. -ttrkaey. M. .ihii. lion. Theuva KwMk'. Ohioi l: l.. llnath. I:-. iM.ii. I.I..I.I. an2-ll, D It. W. It. .SMITH, lJIVSICIA. AM) hl'WJKOX, oiTin: ita ftuMiijitci.ti. aviim e 'Orer llanaon'a IhmI: Sior,.'; U. . i . a i. il Thirtojj.,1 ual. apUll ;. n. duxmm;, 31. i. KhY-UiKM-K-Cor. Otli nml Wnhiut Mlrccla "' KICi:-Cor. OtliSti eet nml Ohio I.cvce. OrTICK IIOl ltS-From 0 a.m. lo 1J nt., and Iroin -".6r,lw- tHf iiiv iniaaat , UUOOil l-'ACTOltV. pAIIlO lUtOOM MANUFACTORY. tv. r3PKi:i: a.- iiuotiicu, lUvmi; perlactl lliNr arrauenint forlho I'naaiTlar. lure ni Itroaint in Una eity, eio nutr prepared to Hi oidr-at t. Xiow I?rioou Atllie tame liliraofljioomaean lr purrhaaed aav. tthere. Ordor e(tk.t:.-toro afO. I'. Wllliimton,C8 Ohio l.tn, or at the Miiiinrurtiiry, I'mirtoenlli atreel, lielivtru ttulmii mill (Irilar, U 111 lie promptly .mended to. Ordna Ii) mail hftoilM Itl a4ktrcl Ul W.l. M'KKi: X I1IIO.. I. . llrntt rr 1390, l"l Cairn. Illlnoia. WATCH lis. tJUUST JORDAN'S lv.vrcu.u.uiKi: jr:vx-:LRY I'.lK'illl Mrrrl, .Vrne Ciiininerrlnl Avrutie IAIIMI, - ILLINOIS, nnll-.'iit I'. tl. JOCIi t.V, ARew. FURNITUME. S. HAUUKI.h, B. tit.tti.il ik jj1 tj jl jst x t xj tjuei'tiswaro, liar rixture-!, nlasstrnre AXIk iiol'ki: Fini.isiii.n cduuh, Nu. Ilifl nnd I M, Cmii.Av. 1 CAIIIU .tt-la, Ularlldlf fJHANI) OltNAMKNTAL I'AINTI.V(7. QA 111. I... THOMAS, 4 J SKIN AXIi 01lA3Ii:.T Ah I'AIXTKIt. Slllil n 1 he IVnj l..n v, Cmne I'llliMli riMil Atenu-' .ni.l K .li i.. y iit f Cairo, i4aiii,ox4.; tU tum HtMua tratmutifUi jIhL Hi' A I);' OAltlWjIAe.'JiO'J rrlnie.1 m llio uBIv of the oilro'jvaUttn," V ' i " S lit . Wlio r1 J. igm; I i I i or' Ilauir. Atlonlir Monthly, "Ihe ial:y, 1'ut. rmiu's MnK'if.ini', ApHolnn'a Joiinial, l.li.pln. roll'- Mamtine. Ill kwoHl'.. Prant I .11 . .