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TUKbDAV, MAY 5, 1874.
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of the Christian Htntcfiincn caught at
dishonest practices, has reached the ar
gument. The counsel for the defense
will open and the attorney-general
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tnotttand, according to n:e mid iuutity
You ur advertise or you must close
your jdacc of busine, ; if you advertize
your local paper will proper ; the cum-
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A NEW MOTIVK I'OWKK.
in tins issue of The J1l'i,i,kti.v wc
publish two articles one from the '.Sci
entific American' and another from the
'cw York 'Sun' descriptive of a pe
culiar mechanical dovice, tho invention
of Mr. John W. Kelly, of l'hiladcphia,
by which power is generated from water
without tho application to it ol'het or
electricity power which can he ap
plid to all kinds of machinery now
driven by steam, and ued without ex
pense. The 'Scientific American' editor
stigmatizes the new motive power as
absurd aud impracticable, but we know
that neithor the editor nor any other
person connected with the 'Scientific
American' has seen Mr. Kcely's inven
tion. Tho editor denounced it because
he does not believe such an invention
possible, as many wiser men than he
denounced the steam engine and the
telegraph as absurd and impracticable.
But that Mr."keolyV invention i.i
wonderful wc have no doubt. That it
i 11 that is claimed for it we aro not
credulous enough to believe ; but U'o
have learned enough of the invention
lrom Mr. bcliuckers, the gentlemuu
spoken of by the 'Sun', to be sure that
Kcely'u new motive power is some
think that will create a great ctir in
the world. We kuow he converts wa
ter into a cold vapor without the appli
cation of fire, and that the vapor thus
produced is mora powerful than .-.team
that it moves machinery, and can
without difficulty, be used wherever
steam is now omployed, and in many
places where steam cannot bo u-ed-A
number of New York capitalists
havo so much confidence in the inven
tion that they have agreed to givo a
Muartcr of a million of dollars fur a
half interest iu the state of New York.
A few months will determine whether
Keely will take a position with Fulton
and Morse, or be crowded aside as a
failure on a grand scale.
We tar e a stiam prinlini orio
plete in all it department, and ce
all kinds of printing cheaper than it
can be. done anywhere elm. )'ethr
ore ad; the patronagi . Ihi piuple of
Cnro. llecumiot maintain ourw.lc
if Cairo Lutiiict mm, neghcling Cairo
institution, patroitit foreign a'tii.
When the pestilence wa depojmla
tiug Mowphu, the whole country sym
pathized with her misfortunes, and the
hand of charity poured money into her
lap; philanthropic ineu and women
hastened to her asMetaucc, and over
whelmed her by tbeir kindiie.v.
At that time Memphis wa very
grateful. ,Sho then appreciated the
beauties of charity, and her people
were loud in thanks to the kind people
who had remembered her in the hour
ofaflliction. She promised to never
forgot the kindnoss that hud aved her
from destruction. Hut tho le-bon had
no permanent cited, nnd to-day she
.stands disgiaccd as the meanest and
stingiest city in tho world. Tho coun
try around about her is submerged.
Thousands of puople have been driven
lrom their homes by tho flood. Men,
women and childrcd are houfelees and
J'oodlens, are wandering iu the hills
lick from the river, starving and ox
posed to tho inclement weather. Again
the charity of the country 'ih iuvoked
for aid, and again the cities of the
West and Vast are furnishing money,
olothiujf and provision with u lib
eral hand. Memphis refuses I Her
council by a formal vote refused to givo
u dollar to relievo tho Htiffe ring of her
neighbor and her customer ; and
the incmhcrH of her council, ju.xlifying
their despicable coiiduct,harct lie shaiuo
lcanes to assort tli.it tho men, women
and children who aro perishing from
hunger and exposure did not contrib
ute nnytliing to the relief of Memphis I
The people of Memphis aro shocked.
They are liberal anxious to relievo
tho distress of the tlood-atlliclcd people
or the Mississippi valley, but they have
a common council that stolidly refuses
to vote a cent for relief, and has made
that city a by-word in tho nation giv
en it the title of the meanest of the
TlIK Jk'M.KTIN company pay tu em
ploye r"c'' Jr'w "l'er ticrhc thovMiml
dollart. All this money expended in
Cairo among it busine men -it cloth
ier, it dry good merchant, it grocer'
it millers, it bankt.r, elr. Ha not
TlIK llri.I.KTl.N, therejore, thi right to
mpirtt and obtain the patronage oj
Cairo people to ak than to not tend
to foreign cilia for jvh work chich can
lie doni at iff and a cheap at hvim '
WHAT IS I I
WONDERFUL INVENTION' UK A
KKVOIiUTION IN TlIK MAGtHN
KKY OF THK WOKtil) T I IK
WATKK CON VKK TED 1 NTU A COLD
VAl'OK MUKi: 1'OWEKITL
lai'ii'iimic .imi K. in. i
l'rof. J'arady aasorta that a grain of wa-1
tor contuins oloctrical relations t'ljuivulont
to a vory poworful Hash of Iiphliiliij;. i
Knowing that tho equilibrium of t!:oiu ro- .
'atioui is (omelimes dialroyo.i in tho
heaveni, merely by a change in conditlona,
resulting iu enormous niuclmiiic.il works ;
and ni wo aro constantly dftcovorilig
meant to change natural conditions, tho
question ariaea (which leoma n legitimate
oiioi wnv aro not our locomotives anu
steamships propellod with grains of wa
ter, Inatoad ol tona ' Tho only answer
that cun bo civen is : Wo havo ni yet no
ktiwlodi:o ot auitnbln means to destroy
tho equilibrium of thoto relations.
Jlr. John Y. Koely ot rLlianuipnia
has discovered u method ot destroying
equilibrium, or something analogous to it,
and nude It Iho biia of nn invention by
which thoio conditions iiro changed.
lly a peculiar mochaiiical device hither
to unknown, a force is generated wliich
can readily bo applied to driving nil
kinds of mac'jinory for which ttoam or
other motive powor la genoratod find ap
plied without coitothor than tho mechani
cal devlco or gonorating machine and tho
necessary wcur of tnachinory. Tho gen
oratar is tituplo and comparatively inex
pensive, occupying but a small rpaco, and
ia light compared with tho requirmonta of
steam power; ana unco tuu powor is
pfodured without boat, oloctricity, gal
vaniaru, magnetism, or domical?, it ie
deatinod at an early day to rovolutioni.o
cornplotely tho present motivo powora of
tho world, by reason of tho economy of its
coat and spaco.
eo far us at present evolved nnd tcs'.od,
has stiown a ptetsuro ot tuny lu.uuu
pounds per square inch, its tho tollowing
explanation will show: Tho principal
power generator, now in use, is madu of
motal, globular in shapn, about 11 f (con
inches iu diameter, and hollow, having
walls about thron-fourtha of an Inch thick,
a strong iron tube tin inch in diameter,
connecting tho gonorutor with a cylindor
used as a ruooivor of tho powor or forco
from tho generator. This cylinder is
mado of charcoal iron, forty inchos in
length, four and one-half inches inter
nal diameter, with scrow-llttcd nnd weldod
head? two inches thick, tested to n proa
euro of 10,000 pounds per square inch ; its
capacity is about three aud ono-fourth
gallons. This receiver wns charged from
tho generator of tho powor in tivo sec
onds, and tho powor remained tliuroin at
Inast night days without any uddition, mid
from it a gri'a't numbir of teats woromado
without any apparent diminution ot III
onorgy or lurco.
At tho end of tho charged cylinder is
attacho.l a lluxlblo brass conductor ol
drawn tubing, ono-fourth inch iu diame
ter, with a uoro ot ono lliirty-soconu ol an
inch, parsing from cylinder lo caning, and
liienco lo uiq umur siuo ui mo room, ior a
distance of twenty foot to tho tost appara
tus or forco register ; this apparatus con
sists of thick bod plate of iron, to which
was bolted and packod .u cylindor four
inches in diameter, having a plunger or
piston, t lio area ot which was a little less
than ono fnunre inch in surface, ilelow
this lmtnu I. a chamber ot about two cu-
hia tnchns, wnn wiitcu inn lulling lrom
' U.MlOUi ilM.NIiKIt
is iiiiiiiiuclitd. Tho plunger ui pinion
acting perpendicularly, w tho point tit
which tho puwer win applied lo a com
pound lever, which, according to Mr.
Hawtwflll'i riioaiurmunt, vrai ono to fifty
two. J ho i.'iid of lbs ihort arm wt ae
curely bolted and fastened to the iron bed
plate of thu apparatus; upon th long
arm of the impound lever wm luiper.d
ed an iron wuight of 200 p.iundt. Or.
opening the alopcok of the chtrj'l .
indar conni cling tho tubas, the weight of
200 pounds was lit once raited to tho lumt
of the upward movement of tho lever,
thus, wiiti thn weight of tho lover and its
contmctious, inuloatiiig a pimsuro powor
ot auoiu iii,4uu pounus per rquaro inch,
as I tit tod I'oforo. The power, generitur
and reouiver was suiipescd to lie. when
cunstrucoed, fully aduquiito in strength to
genoralo and ilevolop the lull powor of
tho invention hut it has been found too
weak ; tho torco has proved to bo so enor
mous that l'r. Koely Inn not dsrud to
upply more than halt the powor ho can
attain. An apparatus ia in process of
construction which will bo Able to gonor
alii and tunt&ln a pressure grimily in ox
cent of that already shown, without run.
ture, thoush Mr. Kely doei riot ni.
poet to need ono cf morn than 1!5 000
pounds to develop his powor. When 'ihu
lull power Is measured and balanced, it
"in fcuou v uuifimivuiy easy lo con
struct an apparatut ol thu requisite ca
pacity ami iirciigwi ior engines of any
New orl. Siiii.J
In commenting on tho abovo the 'Helen
till: American' speaks contnoiptuouily of
Mr. Keely's linoutlon, and stigmatizes
the new tuotlvo power as absurd and im
practicable. A '.Sun' reporter called upon
Mr. HcbuckoM, whoso faith lu tho tuccu'a
of the Invention had Induced him, with
oinors who havo carefully oxaminod tho
machine, to open negotiations for the pur
ch&so or a halt intorest in this state, ,Sv
oral practical o-iglniwira and fcientlsts woro
profont, iuhI m tho roiilt oftlm Interview
tho reporter elicited tlio following
A now niotivo powor rovutitly ihiihii rttuJ
from ft Philadelphia Inventor which, In
tio opinion of ninny scientific men wLo
lmvo oxmnlnod it, Is llkulyto iflool n coin
ploto revolution' In thu mnuhlnory of tho
world, ll contlsU simply In u process
whorohy water is transformed Into vapor
without tho application or dovelopuient of
host, roiu'tini; In the production of n mo
ll vo powor of grcntor cnpm-lly than steam.
Tho discovery is tha rcMt of laborious ox
porlments currio.l on for twority-ilvo yours
by John "W. Koely. of J'hllndelDhU.
'Tlieio oxporimenta woro begun by Mr.
ueoiy botoro ho Imd attained to his twen
tioth your, with a view to tho construction
of a perfoct wator whool. H constructed
such a whool, but in t!in cnurjo ot bis ox
parimonU ho conceived tho Idoa that ho
would build n uiii;lno drlvnn in part by
water nnd In part by tho utilization of
which would bo as poworful ns nil vnino
drivon by ntPAin, and of conrn lnllnitcly
Ion exponslve, tho uto of fuol heln dls
pourod with. In tbii ho w&snlco mccon
lull; ho conttructod n cnlno whoio mo
tive powor wns comprvthcd nir on ono
tidu nnd n vnciiuin on tho uthor. and wa
ter it! an as;oiit for holding tho vacuum in
stin'tiloti. So fur m it was tried it was
claimed for this onuino that It was a vant
improvouiont ovor stuiiiii iiiHchlnory, but
in operating it certain cIl'ocU wora manl
fojted that eonvinooil tho invutitor that
ho could construct n still simplor and far
inoro powerful tnnchlne. Ho actod upon
this bolter, and after ront labor r reduced
an nrilno wliich more than fultllled hit
Tho vital nrincln.'il ol Mr. Keoly's on
cino is that ll convorts wator into a cold
vnpor, mora poworful and olastlo than
tioani, without nuy agnncy other than
inoro moehanical ajplianco. Whon Mr.
Kecly dltcovory waf lirit brought to tho
nouco oi (Cientiuc men much inquiry
win excited, and it was pronouncoil by
many to lu u philosophical linpoisibllity.
i no macnino vrns cxiimiieci in operation.
us vubi powor was apparent 10 nil, but
tho mannur of producing this powor wns
leis obvious. Tho presence of electric,
tnBiroetic, chomictil, or other hidden aion
del was impoctod, and acloae aud search
ing invoftlgatlon followed with tho result
of tallsfying thoso ho oxaminod that the
nower wa iirodnnril n rnnrhnnliml r.m.
liinatlon puro aud simnlo. Mr.
Ketly oriijiniilly exocti'd to obtain a
prcstiroot about 600 pounds to the smiaro
inch, and applied it to a stoam kuK8
which bad a moisurini,' capacity of 2,600
pounds'; but tho pressure produc'od wa so
enormous that tho gatigo wns insulliciont
to register it, nnd ho was compelled to con
stiucl a mochnuism dosignod oxprcisly for
that purposo. 1 lo then found that he
could produco ft prcsiuro of moro than
Ti.V TllOL'SAXl) I'OUHDS TO Till: EQVAHB
and that ho could geuemto the powor to
any volume required. It is a, peculiar
quality of vapor that will bear any pres.
suro from 10 pounds to 10,000 pounds to
tho square inch, and when generated ouco
it can bo placed in rocolviug vcssoU and
preserved without loss of energy for an
indclinito poriod. Iu tho course of hia ex
porimonts, Mr. Koely hn, repoatodly
charged an iron recoivor of a capacity of
li gallons with a pre!iuroof 10,000 pounds
to tho tquaro Inch and retained it without
approciablo loss for a fortnight at si time.
Mr. Kccly is building nn englno for prac
tical purposes, nnd thinks that his inven
tion wili, at ro distant date, supersede
steam. His confidence is shared by certain
capitalists of New York, who are ao confi
dent of tho success ot tho invoution that
they havo mado arrangements for the pur
chaaoof a half interest in tho state of Now
TIf H UKXDh'U l'lUSONKR NOT
YET I'l'LLY IDENTIFIED.
Spei nil Dl-pnti'h to tho Chicago Tribune.
'loi'KKA, Kansas. April 2S. The
excitement about tho old man, who ar
rived here last hunday in charco of
Special Agent Hampton, of Ttah, on
the requisition of Governor Osborn,
from Salt Lake, still continues. Hun-
dreds still visit the wild-looking man
in his coll, but opinion as to his iden
tity is divided. The man sent here to
day by Senator York, brother of one of
tho Jfcndcr victims, did not think him
tho old mail thoy wanted; others who
were up from the same locality, Btato
il.!. i i . t.
muii jhhiul: cuijvieiiou oi ins uc HL'
tho man. The prisoner has u wild ap
pearance, with matted hair, ragged and
dirty, and acts demented. He is very
taciturn, protcndinc that ho cannot
speak, but shows two fingers missing,
intimating his not being old Homier,
who had only one missing. Neverthe
less, lie is generally believed to bo the
man wanted. Ilo was captured by u
workman on the road in Sevier county,
I'tah, was taken to Salt Lake City by
bhunit l outy, nnd, ou the expres?ed
belief of parties who know Homier, was
(cut here. Other parties will be here
to-morrow to identify him.
Ikii' Genera! Jl umphrcy, Uhiefof tho
ITnitcd State Engineers, has addressed
abetter to Congress iu opposition to tha
Kads jolty plan for improving tho
mouth of the Mississippi. He declares
that tho adoption of this plan will ad
vance the Mississippi river deposit in
to tho Gulf at the rate of 1000 feet per
annum. General Newton accompa
nied General Humphrey's letter bv a
paper, rcviows of General Uarnard, of
the I'nitcd States Eimineors corns, who
U coruidored 'in adTOcalo of the jetty
Kir In I'iko count v wheat nuver
looked better that uow not for many
year- at least. It is growing fmolv.but
the project for n corn crop is discour
aging. Not many have plowed a fur-
row yet for corn. 'Tho weather is chil
ly and damp, with a good deal of wet
weather and backwaid spring, Old
com in scarce.
OlICl'IISlMUC, C'lllllll, (illlSMVUIT, Hock-
ciiliiini and ii'Unw Wine, Sloneiiure,
Cliliui Oi'iiumi'iitHiiiiil Toys, I'll lie y
(i'ooiN, rialrihvnri', Tnhlo nnd
rocliid Cutlery, I.anipn, I.uup
CliliuiieyH, Lump Trimmings,
LOOklllg lilllHSfS, I'JC.
In fart . i. ry Llin! of gnoiU belonging to a
r lot . I;ii
b to rami
tin thoii. M sixty da. I will oiler the
ulioiii go d, at nnd below i:ot,ori-ah only.
Die gomlit nm.t ho oldlt tlo.e llioi oncern,
C'lo-c huvcrs aro ocpeclully lnItL.,, (.ilr. t,',
eouie and vee lor tin in.elu' or (.cml their
oi dd . In either cue limai-aiiteei.atlliu llon
I. T. 'IUOMAH.
Ai-Mgnco of I'aiHin, l)ai A cy.
.i:io III.. April IS, is,
I take pleasure in culling
tho attention of the public to
my fesh and full stock ot
now and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington , Ave
nue. My stoclc embraces
Hcdstcads, Wndrobes, bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Mag
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, 1 propose otl'eritig better
goods at lower prices, and
linvo made a large reiltiir
in tho pr.v.'S? of :.w my goods.
0)V : r.d examine my stock
nitd secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in Fur
niture and Matrascs.
It t ft UN
ENT k li p Rials a A v i ngT
Clm r-.l Xlurrli HI, IhPw
U1TY NATIONAL HANK, (JAIHO
A II hi A V Wl If fc tl.l.l..., .
S. H.TAVLOK, Vleo-l-reiildeiitj
li. UVaI.01', Soorotiry and Tv
r: K. UinriAJ, Ciiu. (lUlidin,
F. 11. HruutrLSta, I'in. U. Boiivii,
n. u. uuimsiiiiA, m. ". 114li.ii.ai
J. 11. PllltUH.
Utfllaa il nur AnmiiuS K-clTtwI from
Ton Ctiut UjiMurUu.
JTKKEHT paid oo denolta at IL rats ot u
par oral, par annum. March ltanl Uoptum
r 1st. Intereatuui wlllidrawn la hJiImI immo.
ilatalr tu tha DnnclDal of tha ilenotilla. ll..rAl.t
kItIdk ttiam compound Interest.
uxaaiau wovian and oitiLiiaKN may
so that ao oaa aua am raiw n.
Upoa Trr buaiiiMa dar from u a.u. lu a n.m..
and Halurdar a-.air lar UAV1M1 liKI'iiMl'lr
ol. rroan S ia u oluok.
auuir w. ii rni.iij-. j reaftiirr.
THI-; CITY 1VA'"IUNAL
13 A. 1ST K .
Wi i. Hil.LIlUV, hfti.l.UMil,
HKMir 1.. BAI.I.I1IAY, Vldl'ndl.iMtl
a. li. HAt-Vollli, Out.tor i
VAll'itrt UYliLOl'. Itn Omljier-
HVAATM TlTLAn. lt)n H. Ill unenu. m
Ilaauv I.. Ilif.tin.f. U'. P ll.t ttn.v
U9. L. WlLiiaawa, Htknnn Hiou
A. u. Miirouu.
Hxeh.iusv, !oln iu,l Uulteo niiiict
Uonda Banctit nua Haia.
liKl'OHtTIl roalTt, aad a nanoral Unltlnf
httST NATIONAL HANK
11. W. Miu.KH, l'rohidont.
J. M. I'm I.IHH, Vluo-l'roi-idont.
OHAd. Udnmmuiiam, Cushlor.
'JOLLEOTIONB l'PJHITliY M AUK.
EXUIUNQK, ooin, l.f.u nctn aad llnlt..
Utatca BoonrU-f-H tnuuM QnJ uolJ.
t ral AIIowm i 'Hum Unixml (a
DR. WM. II ALIAS
Balsam for the Lungs
THK (1KKAT AMKKIdAX CON
Connuintloii U NOT anliiuuralilc dUouso.
riiytil:illll.H iivMH'u u ttilri J nut. ll Ih oulv
neroiKaryto li.'ivo tlio Itlglit Itomudy, unit
tUo terrililu muhdy can bo louiiuerod.
Hall's Ealtarn is this Romody,
It liroaUa up tho night sweats relieve the
oppreshlvn tlKhtnoKH ncrosH tbo luupi, and
houH tliohrciiratcil nnd cxcoilnted surfaeei
TVllll'll tllO M IlOllI Ol tllO llUllUaO lIlOlllllUH.
wiiili: i.in: iaststhehk is hoik.
It may not lr too uto to ellcot a cure wen
alter tlio ilouora Imve clvon you up
Ilall'i IliUini u mild everywhere, and
may lio liml at w IiuIcmIu ol the t'ropi lotora,
Jolin V. Henry L'urran A Co . ut their
Ureal MmlUino Wuroliou-io, 8 and f Colleyo
1-ht'u, Now York, l'rlco fl per holtlp,
Hull's llnUam In ulro alll'v Itlni'ily for
Cmi'li", t'oiiN, I'liftimonii. llionolilttls
Aatluuu, Spitting of lllood, Croup, Whnop.
mi; Cough, und all other illsfulH ol tlio reii
pli slory oigam.
Alao l'ropiictora of rii-uvlll' Hhiod und
f .lv.tr Hvrilti.(-irl.AllH ilvu hlilm u 'rr.t..hi.y
OxyKonatvd Ilittcr, Motl'a Uverl'llln. Ac,
JOHN V. IIIINItY, CUItltA.N V C( I ,
K and!) College I'lacr, New York.
DA NIK J j LAM PHUT,
FASI IIONAULR BARHER
H A1K D K '.E 8 S E 3:1
tlKhth Hlruit, lintwei'li Waalilnutim und
Jobbers and Retailers of
CliomieaK Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Siaps, llrnslios,
Toilett Articles, Druist's Vmwy Coods, Collier Wliito
Lead and Other (J ratios, .Paints,' Odors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower -Material, Tnl.e Colors, Dve
St nils, Ktc, J-:tc, J-:tc.
Wc Sollidt .orrc-pniiiliMice nnd older, lrom l)iu,t., PIilIpisim mid (inn rI tlotat
. want.. ooiUlnaiir l.lm;. .St.aml,u..t. l-lHriMtlim n't., Ka'.ully ti0 rn-
I-liuil or Itclllled with Itell.ililo Drug ,it llo:iomilil,. Jt.iti-x.
WHOLESAIsE & RKTA1L, UKTA1L & PltBJCHlPTION.
71 Ohio I.eice. Wimhlnuton Ate, ror. i:ilitli St.
50 Qhio Levcc - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The l'l.intor f IIou-'o ia Iocitteil On Ohio I.oreo Street i
CLOSE rilOXIMJTV TO RAJ LROAD DE
POTS AISrD STEAMPOT LaK'DTNGS
And in the Center of the Uusiness I'nrtinn of the City. The House is new
and complete m all its apiiointiiienl.-.
lull nil idixrfi till i r,iriitbli..tl .. ...I ...W....I...I
r ti j w.iituu,
inent ami the heft of accommodation.".
Transient C! nests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Vatcli for Trains
NEW H O TEL
i Late l'r pro trr i.f the St. Nicholas Hotel;
ITas hceoim- S'uperintemlcnt of the
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEV EH.
-Mr. Walker having taken chariro
onco givo it a thorough renovating, anil put it in lirxt-olass order lor the recep
tiou gucHts. Mr. Walker will welcome hin ohl customers to the now hou.'c. and
will always no glatl to nee tlioui.
First-class .Day Board 820 per Month.
HARRY WALZER, Supt.
JACOB WALTER, j
And lli'iili'i' in j
KR15SJI MEATS, !
Kinimi Stiiiikt, iikt. "Washington anh J
Uo.MiKUCIAJ.,AVK.iv(lJoinlii; IUnny's. j
KiM'ps tin- licit or Hril', 1'oik, Million
l.niuli. :iii-:i''i'. etc.. iiiul m iu cttar
SL'iti' Ian 1 1 1 1 - In it uri'riitalilu lliiuinii'.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
XJ T d H E3 jFS.
Ami Deak'i' in
A ! j 1 j KINDS OK J'l.HSII .M MATS
Near Cor. Tvontioth .Strit iiiul
HYLAND Su SAUR,
Ami Di'U'i. ill
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
.OT rviil' ileci lptlon,
fur. intli Mii i't niul (iiii)iiii'i-"l.il Aifiiue,
Nrxt iliol'"to llio lljl.uul HjIooii,
W1LLIA.U K. HMITII, M. l.
HKSlHKKOfc No. til, Tlilrli i iilti ureet,
betwetu Wiulilnutoii iivi uuii ami Wiilniit
Uroet. Otllix 1-0 coiiimiui'.iiil taicmio,
run and on
The roouw, ate laro ami airy, hede-
vjiioh.-i win icceive courteous ireai
Day JioardersSO per .Month
and Boats Day and Night.
of this ohl ami well-known Iioupp. will at
ATTUNTIO.N HAG JJHALHIW.
SI'INNINO PAPER .STOCK
ST. l.OI'Ifi. Ml
I I'.w nn: im.iirsT cash njici:s,
7 eta. pur Hi fur Hoft Wnolun.
'I Mi-, per Hi fur Wool Curpiit.
1 a-l cts. pur ll. for Wool lllsiikots.
- I-1 (ts. pur lb for Old Ulntli.
PA. LOUS' Ghll'PINCJS
Wnnt Cotton JI(iK 01.1 Iluol; mnl
Wuflo I'npitr. 16fi a.tJl-Hw.
ARLINGTON 110 USE
t'O.MMlfltOlAI. AVKNUK, '
II I'Wifii Sixth mnl Huvrnth 8trnel, Cairo
T. II. DI.I.IS. I'loiirletor.
TJiu Nuiv Arimgiuii iloiiso i. now oncn
lor tlm iiiucptlon ol L'Uni.tH, The Imusu U
loi'atiMl In thu licart ol tliu liuslmx iortlnii
ol tliu city, ami I'uiiveiiii'tit to MuhmIii:i,
lamllnN mid rullroiol ih'iuits. (looit u.imiiiIh
rooiim lori'ominorchil iit'cntit Wutch kiuit
il:iy mnl iilitlit for .bouts mi,i trains,
A 1W IDEA!
Buy tho World-Renowned
THE BEST IHTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
r or Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or lieaug Goods, it is
Where ve have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
. Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devrfted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Sewing Macliine Co.,
The most Unowned Specialist cf tluAQi,vti
treatment of PRIVATE, ClIROXW and URL
.V.I.' )' DISEASES, SEMI.YAI. WEAK.VL'SS.
Tlx rc.ull ef.utf libll.crrll.iD4 tr otf.tr ., idiulQ4
KMIVUtSNKHS, IMHm.S (IV T1IR VACK, il KIKION T
POClrTV, I1UM1WD KIU11T, I OSS OV tliUORY u
jia.viiooi) rnii. m:nti.y ci-ncn. -rim imram ok
lll.liiril, MTLIUTHIK. Illunlritnl will. cUte tr.iln
..Ululrif wLfilDi un.rrf.Mb7 nol, Tlia liuillUMau
WiutrrUse. Tl.tlr ntur, cau sad turt. rrCiWMbt..
lurjloul atl( ii4ar.cn pr O'l.Vtf tntj (allot ftdin. tl.e d'lcr,
Imallld r.vUt with Hirato RMtflnul., buarj, alUivl
.a.,''1. CurMUtArftUli... nuLUrauwJ.&oaul.
1 - :.i J l-j .i. im .
RoM. Wood & Oo
113(1 miKlH AVHNUK
FoiinininN, A'li'ics, AnIiiiiIk. Iran Stairs,
1.11111)1 l'lisfl., Sllllj I'llllllfH,
iiii u uurhH.
CAST, WROUGHT & WIKE RAILINGS
1 . . . ........
1 initfi 1 nun iiscuru iiaim.
Ami n Gutit'rnl Atfsortmeut of Oum
MWt Mil Machine
iiioutal I roh ork.
IMlinutoN niul iloslgnsNntouiipjiUciitlOD.
I Pii; lliu clahrt nt vnrk iK'slrttt.
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