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; MEMOKIAL DAY.
Proclamation by the Governor.
STATE Or 1U.1N01H.
Executive Dkimhtmknt. j
in accordance "with national, and depart
mental orders of the grand army of tho re-
public, In observance -of 'n custom already
honored, raad la-harmony with tho .w""'
mnU'rf"itoi-il' atrtocrmr ot the.
American people,
t. Jowx L. MivjiRiDai, Governor of the
state ot lillnoKdo hereby appoint Saturday,
tbe SOtb Inst, a "Memorial Day," In rcmcm
btrante of our patriotic dead.
And 1 earnestly request tbat all the good
people of the state ot llllnolf, ou thai' day
eeaie from their usual avocation, and Join
is commemorating the suffenilg and valor,
tbe sacrifices' nd death of our fallen heroes',
by strewing their graves with spring flow
ere and decorating their tombs with frcib
garlands.
And I do lurther renuest, that on tho Sab
bath followloc.ln all our churches, appropri
ate serTlee be held in memory ot the loved
sum asd la sympathy with those' Who tlll
mourn Inculcating pnbllo andprirato virtue,
obedience to law, and lovo ot country, and
expressing gratitude to Almighty God lor
Lie continued bleating upon as a nation;
In testimony Whereof" I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the great seal
ol state to be afllxed. Dono at
Iskil Springfield, this 8th day of Hay, in
tbe. year, ot our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-four.
JOn.H L. llEVKItlbflK,
Bf the Qovernor : Governor.
(HO. U.ilauw,
Beerct&ry of tlie state
Olio lira. MoiuiUfl is reported an
prevailing extensively in some of the
eountiss of Tennessee.
Tie Illinois press association which
has been in session two days in Chi
oago, leaves that city to-day for an cx
cursion to Washington city.
-Mkmfuis wants to get rid of its
"Happy Hollow," the mllitorativo vale
in which its last year's epidemics were
nursed Intoiife, sunt has petitioned the
Tenement to the ground.
The democratic and reform mom
bers of the Michigan legislature have
issued a call for n stato convention on
uie siitn oi August next, to bo com
posed of all electors of Michigan who
are in favor of organizing a national
reform party "on a basis of live issues
and for a restoration of purity and
statesmanship to the high places of our
state and national governments." Tho
business of the convention will be to
fleot an organiiation of the new party;
the nomination of a state ticket
will he postponed till September.
An important mooting of cotton
planters and dealers has been called
to take place in Atlanta on tho tenth
of June. The object of the meoting
is to protest against the practice of
sending cotton to Now York to be
shipped to .Liverpool and other manu
facturing, porta of entry and to put into
,kPM pla bj which' southern deal
ers' may chip direct to Uurope and
Uhm -escape the New York "middle
men, who, with their wharves,
their warehouses, their druys
and their rogues," tako ad
vantage of the cotton plauter
t every jtep.
TlNNEssEE.republicans cannot take
down the civil rights bill. Thoy eould
and havo endorsed their nartv on all
questions, have raised no voice against
iuc uemoraimng laflncnco it has had
on free government; niteiniit the cor
ruptioa whieh has flourished, under it.
aiigu piaces j against, its successive
a i .r
owara a centraljiation of the
tovernmi all this they acquiesced
uoi enoouraco and an
plaudit. But when thoir party tells
mem mey nave no more right to ontor
a railroad ear, to go into a restaurant,
to enjoy a theatrical or musical enter'
foment, to reap the benefit of any
pubhe school or college, or to be buried
- j.w ccuiewry man has .tlm
W(tjtaBd,b.laeVest 'nigger'' in Ten
nessea, lhair frcchorn souls revolt.
They.will Mp to. dostroy the "best
government tinder tho sun" iu ono way
or another, all thoughtless of tho cnor
,.:rWiieae against their own
ud wedlsg .generation. - they
will je)y wither earth nor heaven if
tXifilj'llire to be .permitted to
JojUwirlTi!ega fof eiUier equrliy
.with tkeaae)v.
it in danger. Tka d8gtt wioh men
aeaa it is sot the ourrsib'iuestioB as
in Illinois, nor the temperance excite
racnt ss in Ohio, nor tho disturbances
whioh monopolies In one farm or n
Iher, have caused Mn
.. various
ii rigita
western statc:.Tbe cm
question is tho one upon which Ton
nnci rcjiUDiicans win uiriuu. uuu-
tot Brownlow, whoso popularity had
sank to a low ebb finds
himself sH tho head ol a largo
body of influential republicans, them
selves leaders of the party, who sustain
him in his position on the civil rights
bill. Tho letter in which ho placod
himself as squarely opposed to it, has
galvaniiod into life tho element in
Tennessco, which, while standing with
tho republican party on all other, issues,
is its vital enemy on tho "negrd ques
tion." Meetings havo been held and
resolutions passed strongly endorsing
Senator Brownlow. A. bitter feeling
has been roused and tho eicns of tho
timos in Tcnucseo almost surely indi
eaio that tho irroprcssiblo conflict, in
another form, will bo lout-lit over
again in tho slate.
Pr.KSlDKNIt (JnANT docs not Hide
with the grand army of tho republic
In its decision that tho craves of Un
ion soldiers only should rccoivo a trib
ute of flowers on decoration day. Tho
Baltimore 'American' a few days ngo
published tho following letter which
shows conclusively tho feelings of the
president on the subject :
:Thc following letter was yesterday
received in this city from Mr. W. II.
Crook, privuto secretary to President
Urant, and diroctcd to Uaptain w. u.
Sncncor. of tho comtnittco liavinir in
charge arrangements for Decoration
way.
EXECUTIVE MASRIOK. I
"Washington, D. 0.,May 19. j
Dear Captain I have your luvor
to mo of , tho 10th inst., and- havo laid
it beforo tho president, ns you request
ed. Ho approvos of tho
resolution, inviting tho co
operation of those who woro op
posed to us during tho lato war, in tho
decoration of tho graves of thoso who
tcroically fell'on both sides: nnd be
lieves that tho time has couio whon ev
er v evidence1 Of-such a foolintr. of lra-
tornnl interest should bo encouraged,
and advantage-taken of every opportu
nity to bury deeper any animosity born
of tho lato war that may yet bo ling
ering. Very respectfully, your obedi
ent servant, Wm. II. CnooK.
HOW
NEWSPAPERS
STARTED.
ARE
sV WAatllitr latflTtan innvnli n n ri tufili
Am nutans j iMnjvij si. vuuu we sums -
ufacturer, fooling that tho town or
couuty iu which ho resides is but :
"pent-up Utica" for tho disply of ubil
tics such as ho posscsscss, and fretfully
lonninir for an nrna f jrwi"?nor'nr
uoHiungion,; inKes into serious con
sideration tho probabilities ot his ever
reaching cither ot tho goals of Jus am
bition, lie rates himsolf iu tho pri
vacy of his oflicer as u smart man, but
every voter in his district don't know
it. Now among tho wayB and means
that havo neon tried for tho advance
ment of a man's political fortunes, a
uauy anu weekly newspaper lias some
times proved a very efficient cnirino.
Our nmbitious and wealthy frionds
straightway furnish (sub rosa) a trust
worthy agent with greenbacks uuflicient
to cover expenses, and iu a reasonable
timo tho first number of the new jour
nal is issuod. Its nominal editor has
elastic principles and advocates tho
claims of his patron through thick and
tnin. lie receives tho nomination,wn
tcs leaders for his own paper, in which
ho alludos to his superremominent claims
to tho suffrages of his intelligent fellow
citizens. Tho first cost of establishing
tho paper was grcator than ho expeted,
tho weekly expenses havo been much
greater than he anticipated ; but never
mind, olectiou day will brimg its re
ward. This oventful day arrives ut
last, aud after sundown the ballots of
rival candidates aro counted when lo I
our friend hears with miuclod fcclines
of rago and disappointment, nud a bit
tor consciousness of being "stuck in,"
that he" lacks just five votes of being
elected. Is it any wonder that he is
disgusted with tho whole arrangement
that he wishes tho whole thins was
off his hands that ho advertises
"newspaper for salo, terms easy."
ell, some day fino or stormy a
journeyman printer (permanently lo-
caieu or on nis travels; snaps ut tho
voruia, birds mo necessary papcrs,takcs
formal possession, roots out tho slack
typcsetllers, and buckling in stoutly
himself, without Btoppiug to consider
whother eight or ten hours constitute a
days work, eventually makes the office
pay. uui ne is obliged to live Iiko an
ancnorue. lie sleops in tho offico on
tho lmpohing stono, or under a staud
on a fourteen inch plank, and reduces
ins uoara Din to tho lowest fiRuro. He
bus experienced ho great difficulty in
charging his political principals to
thoso of his paper: but as lm nnnnnf
afford to employ a professional editor,
It .1 T 1 - ll.il 1 '
u uu jvoi a nine aimuenco in occu
pying tho editorial chair himself.
UcmuB, of course, will assert itself
under tho most adverse circumstances :
but even genius as well as talent, i
all th. better tkj a little preliminary
training. Bufit so happens tha our
Deirly.in.de editor and' proprietor U
not a genius, and never bus been one
nor even, a man of niord
that; ordinary ability. U0
familiar with the details of type
AtrUi 0rdm.,r P-"ork'but
modern classics, or the boundless fields
science, aud theoretical disquisitions on
gOTerument orpolitical.economy h.vo
iw Hemfd iuU!rC8g to hi..,; I.,
aort, Sunday papers and modem nov
els lave constituted his main course of
reading. Neither aro tho parts of
speech in Ebglish grammar as familiar
to him as Household words. over
threw' he hsS'Hnekpcctodly arrived at
his preheat exalted aud responsible po
sition ns a leader of public opinion.and
tho duties of an editor must be per
formed by hiin, somehow, at least once
a week. These duties are autocratic
inoxorablo and cannot bo postponed.
In thin dilemma, one of his first pur
chases is a pair of lon-blidcd scissors
orsucars, anu wmi mis instrument wc
find him at tho eleventh and twelfth
hour, after au arduous day of typo-sot-
ting and press-work, slashing away at
tho printed product of other men's
ii..: ...!.... .I..
Drains. uui, iiuhkiuiihuiiuid iuu
rich and varied spoil with tho bifurca
ted instrument brings to his columtia.a
modicum of e'ditorial, cither original,
or adapted from somo able exchange,
must bo inserted in tho first column of
tho second pairc, to civo his paper a
proper look, still, it is astonisning to
a metropolitan what a small amount
of loaded matter will satisfy the rural
reader.
MURDER AT RUTHERFORD.
J.T. OAVOllHILL MUllDKKK!) HY
TUB PAKAitOllllOK HI3WIFK,
AND HO B 11 ED All UE8T OV
T11K GUILTY COUPLE.
A most Mrocioui tnurdor.Jus! tlio Dvuri-
bum "l'ruirroji. occtirrod t ltuthurlurd
stHlluo; ou Iba Mobile and Ohio railroad,
ono day last week. Air. UaVorbtll, n one
armed man, and one of the tndst roipeclcd
cl Izoiu of tbat place, hJ boon sitting up
wltb one or tils chiiujen, who was sick,
and ou this particular night his child
resting easy, ho laid bi nielf bciide it on
thu bed, and about two o'clock In Itio
morning dropped Into n dor.a, leaving tbe
light burnlug in tne room, boon nitor
this Mrs. Cavorbill, who slept tho fore
part of tbo nlgbt, came into the room
wberu her husband had fallen asleep nnd
found tho bed covered with Mood. Hba
irnmodlatoty won I to thedooraud nlarmea
the nolgnbors by her wild and ngoniiing
cries, but hor husband was dead. Tno
llttlo girl of his brotber-ln-iaw, who was
also In bod with Mr. Caverlilll, says that
a negro came into tho houio and struck
hor uncle with a hatcbot. Ho hnd ono
cut in the forehead and nnothor in tbu
tomplo. Tho murdor or murderuri, robbed
him of his watcb, about throo iiundred
dollars in money, and a lot ot papers hn
had about bis porson. it is suppoiod
thoro wore two of tbe murders, as It wci
found wl.ero two horses had been hitched
to tbo tack, and thoy woro tracked over a
mile up tbo railroad. Mr. Cnverhltl's
watcu was rounu by tno horio rack wnero
tbe horses bad boe.i bitched, nnd his pn
pors were found along tbe rood about hay
a mile from tbe station. Tbo money has
not beon recoverud, und up to this tunn
there is no duo to tho murderers.
I. S. Since tho above was wrilton we
bavo recelvod a prtvato letter iroui a
friend in Hutherford, informing us that
Mrs. Gallagarb, tno woman wiio was
llvint: with Mrs. CMVorbllt, had beon ar
rested, and confessed that she had boon
paid not to divulge tho name of the mur
derer, but turning state's ovidenco, sbo
testified, on oxaminntlon, tbat M. U. Uol
lie. the brother-ln-taw of Citvorbilt (thoy
at first married sisters, but both ol their
wives dvinir. Caverhlll marriod again)
had murdered Mr. Cavorhlll, and that the
latto'r's wifo was an accomplice. Oollto
uthu iuimrJ it 'rs. OalUtrarhafron him.
lie paid Ufty-llve dollnrt of tbo amount
and told her that ho would pay tbo bnl
anco as soon es.tbo money could bo col
lected on Caverhlll's Ineurunco poltoy of
ton thousand dollarr, which was in fa
vor of his wifo. The came of tbo mur
der, onr corroipondont guys, Is tbe "Old,
old story." Collie and t'avorbill's wife
were in lovo with each other, and had
beon on such terms of Intimacy . latoly
that Cavorhlll protested against it. Than
followed tho murdor. and it Is ronortml
that on the douth of the decerned tho wife
was to cot tbo ton thousand dollars from
the insurance company, and sbo and Col
lie would marry. Doth Collio and Mrs.
Caverhlll woro arrested and takon to
Trenton, whero tho trial was colnc on
yostorday. The coupllng.pin of a railroad
car was lounu in tuo corner or a lot close
by Caverhlll's house, which Is suppoiod
10 oo mo instrument no was Killed wltn
Oollio was a lesdlni! member of tbo
church, a msstor maion. and at the head
of tno good templars. Jlotli ho and Ca
verhlli formorly lived atSmltbland, Ken
tuoky, but havo been residing at Ituthor
iora lor tne past two yoars.
THE DISGUSTED DUCHESS.
TlIK storv which nninpg tn m nf tlm
disgust of tho duchess ot Ediuburg at
ocing lougcu in tho"stahIo.yard" oi St.
James' palace is an absurd blunder.
Tho ground on which Clarenco house
stands may havo been the stable-yard
of old St. Jaucs' palaoo two hundred
years ago. or in the reigu of the earlier
Ocorgcs, but thero aro no remains even
ef a stable yard thero now. Clarenco
houso was occupied by William IV
and Ins queen, Adelaide, as the nalacn
during their reign, nnd although not
an imposing euitiec, is deliglitlully bit-
uaieu, ovenoomng me ureen park on
the west and within a few vard of K
James' paik to the south. Sutherland
House, ono ot tho hncbt in England.and
owned by ono of tho richest of Eng.
land'H nobles, who could havo built
anywnero no pleased, U next door
noignoor.anu opposite that is the houso
iu wnicu tne duke of Cumberland lived
anerwarus king ol Hanover ; whil
iu i-aii iau, next to the old red brick
iwiucu, m uio loot oi at. Jumes street
is Warlborougli houso, the rcsidonco of
i.io prince oi waics. t'iaronco houe
inns verv jar snort ol the magnificence
oi tno imperial palace In St. Peters-
ourg, anu perhaps no palaco in Eng
ianu is equal to that, and tho ohaniro
must l.n n..tln ...l'. ll O
mb iuuu iioHccaoie to Alcxan
drowna, but tho worst that run tin sni.l
of it is, that it ib in a uuoer. nM.fi..
ioncd, out-of.thc-way placo, altogether
loo iiuiui uuu loiirou ior a brn frr.l.
from school and tho royal cirolo of ono
oi tuo gayest capitals of Europe. Tho
stablc-yard part of it is nonsense
Who Owns Staten Island?
From the llrooklyn Union, .May lo i
A c.ase Is soon to come up In the courts
iu which the validity of a roy"l SSunJ
granted by Queen'Ann. to WcTtSi I
hfmRM r"d. h VUl "frrlng Tpon
ti.T.Hh' tr,MU' "'oa 1 1 md, is to i o
tested. The claim of tu de.cendnts of
Lancaster Symme. I, Used on the fact
tbat there Is in tbe olilco of the secretary
of stale a patent granted by Queen An""
on in. 20th of October, 1758, t Uncas
ter Byinwei, then mayor of New Vork
'all and every the plcco snd',prceof
vacant, and . unanpruprlaleJ lend nnd
n.osdow on Baton lslaed, in tbo county of
lucnmona.
Tbe holders of tbe land claim tbat no
survey was ever mtdo bv bt'tntnes, nor
did he tako possession of the grant. It
is not tbo l.ilutiuon of bemuies- neirs iu
contost tbo validity of title hold under
a conveyance niide alter tbo patent: in
othor words, no charge' will bo mado In
'psieni surveys." nut 11 is comonueu
tbat land held undor surveys prior to
patents, under patents without sutvoys,
and undor patents and surreys sbandoned
during tbo revolution, cicleat to tho In
clusive patanteos. Tno following wero
tho heirs living in I860: Iter. William L
dobnton. ot Jamaica, tjuooiii county; &u
mund r willuts, ijakevlile, queens
county; Julia M llogart, New York; John
Wllllamion and HrU 11 AVllliauiion,
Kings county; Frances S .uek, King
count": Cordelia Morey, New York; hd-
wlu Morey, New York; Elizabeth Keeio,
Kings county: Samuel K Jobmou, Kings
county; Amulia V Comstock and tiaui
uol It Johnson, Now York.
A NEW INVENTION.
(IIHiioW State Journal.)
II. W. Farley, of Oswego, Illinois,
has invented n machlno which he con
sidcrs u solution of tho cheap transpor
tation problom, whilo, to a certain ex
tent it dispenses with local elevators
for the handling of grain. It consists
of a bolt attached to "cars, moving
on pulleys placed at its side instead of
boneath, tho wliolo moving botwecu
tho termini say Chicaco nnd New
York. The belt will bo made of wire
cablo an inch and a half thick, ruuning
on iron or wooden pulleys tour tcet
above the ground and sixteen foot apart
Tho cablo will support steel plates, on
which will be placed the "cars, witl
a carrying capacity of two bushols of
grain each. Mntionary engines, ten
miles npart, will supply the motive
power, bucli a belt would move, it is
estimated, about four miles an hour
and could carry 1200,000 bushels of
grain on each trip nt a cost of not over
ten cents per bushel.
THE PENALTY OF NOT PRO
VIDING A SPRING UOHNET.
r.V. Y. Sun, May 23.
Mrs. Matilda JJoich, of Central ave
nue, Jersey City, having complained
that her husband would not buy lie
enough clothing, the charge was heard
beforo Justices Aldridgo and Laid and
a jury yesterday. The woman said
that she had enough to cat and a good
home, but she wanted as pring bonnet
and must have ono. Air. Hcich tcsti
fled that ha was receiving but 814
week, nnd while ho was willing to do
all in his power to support and inako
happy Mrs. Hcicli.lio felt that ho could
not afford n spring bonnet such as she
wanted. The jury decided that she
should havo tho spring bonnet and
whntovor she could buy ou 811 a week
Mr. Hcich was unable to furnish bondtt
to give the 811 a week to his wife, aud
was committed to tho county jail.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIVER8ITY.
Caiiiio.ndai k .Taekion County,
May 15, 1874.
condition ib.-it a sufficient numlx"
Ou
contribute a very nnali;-inn towanldcfray
Ing expenses kay two hundred at four
tlolt.il each a Normal Institute will b held
In tho new building, commencing July 1, tlio
day nf dedicating the hlllldlngi, and continue
till July 31. The Principal of the Unlvi r-ity
will havo charge, and tho several members of
tbo (acuity will give the main part of the Iu
strnctlon. Atleat ten lectures will he glvon
nnd, Iftl.o csh contributed It aulllcient, the
best niPii of this n.ito and iliisourl nnd Indi
ana.wlll be brought in for these lecturef.
If not more than one hundred and tiny at
tend, thu personal contact with t!ie Instruc
tors will be greatcr'and tho profit more j aud
as tho expense of tho Institute will Im the
mine, tho fee should ho live doliirs. If three
hundred attend, thejfee coulj be reduced to
three dollars.
As tho state legislature makes no provls
Ions for paying the oxpensoi of such an In
stitute, so doirablo and v;iluab!o to public
fcehools. will not all tho .newspapers ol
Soullicrn Illinois, add another favor to the
many they have already done tho coin.uu
nig, anu gno tins announcement several
gratuitous Insertions in a good placo, and
can tno attention ol teachers to It i
uvi au wno wim to attend, send their
names at once and not liter tl,an June 20.
prox to Dr. Ho,rn, secretary of trutces,of
noutnern Illinois -onnaI rnlvcmlly.Carbon.
dale.
Good board can ho had in Carboudale at
reasonable rate.
N 11. The institute cannot be held with
lets than one hundred and liny who will py
nvc uouarx each. Koiiebt Ali.yn,
, ,, l'rln(lt,dor Faculty.
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OUlo levee. Oltlce hours-lnnntl a. m., to
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Keep contmitly oiilimul
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OFFICK AND VAltD,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Are.
mm . i rRB .""Pl" 01 Pittsburg aud lllg
Muddy coal constantly on hand, titove
f ,u.0 "r"r- urucrs ror ccal oi
wood should bo left at tbe olhce on Tenth
Ureet. Terms, cash on dellvnrv.
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R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
Bctweec Tenth and Eleventh 8 treeln,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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E. MAXWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers aud Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AXLE GREASE
Also Agents for the
UJSLE13RATED GLOBE
AND
LUBRICATING OILS.
No. 710, North Maine Street,
St. J.ouI,ilIo.l
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'llKNll NI'MINCI UUOItftJ
M Jl S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. ywunders,)
snnounccB that she has lust' onened a laru
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MOHT FAHIIIONABLK,
AND IIANDSOMJC8T
Mil IlierV (iOOdS to llfl found in llm mrl-l
auu will kubji un uauil
HATH, iioNNKTS, r LOWKKH. millions.
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LlpIKS FUHNIAIIINQ OoODH, NOTIONS,
iniuiiifliiA ur ALL jviwijh.
And all coods found iu inilllnerv stnraa. 'in
ol which will ho dlsposod ol at .tho lowest
cash prlcos, Mrs, Jackbon respoctruUy
kks a continuation of tbe patsonage which
has been so llliuially bestsowed upon ber by I
tbo ladles ot Cairo and tbo vicinity. (
Is prepared to fill orders without delay.
Uehuj anne stock of iinrr.rttd leather on
hand, Jun received from Numcrt, and ha.
put down the prices to tjc lowest notch.
WHOLESALE
DRUMS 11
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BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers or ,
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent ledicines, rcrfumery, SoapB, Brushe,.
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varniiiii
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dy.
Stiills, Etc., Etc., Etc, -
We Solicit correspondence and orders from Druggists, Physicians and General Store
luwautof Ooodslnour Line. Steamboat. Plantation and family Medicine cases lurn
IMicd or Itetlllrd with Hellable Drugs at Itcasonahle Hates,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
74 Ohio Levee. WanhlBgton Ave. ror. EHffatki St.
OAIBO.
NEW HOTEL
HARRY WALK ER
(Lato I'roprieter of tho St. Nicholaa Hotel)
lias become Superintendent of the
urn in mi
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walkt-r having taken charge of this old aud well-known houKe, will at
once give it a thorough renovating, and put it iu firet-clasa order for the recep
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcomo hit old customera to tho uew house and
will always be glad to fee them.
First-class Day Board 20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's
SO Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor
The Planlcr'fl House is located on Ohio Levee Stroet in
CLOSE PROXIMITY
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS'
And in tho Center of the Iiusinesu
auu tuiujnciu in nu Jim uppoimmeutt).
LcinL' elegantly furniHhod nnd nnr
,uc"t anJ the lest of acc"imodationR.
peiou.
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lransiGnt Guests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
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VlLLlATht JL SMITH, M. D.
HESLI)KECK-No. 31, Tblrteontn stroet,
btwcn Wasblnvton utciiuh and Walnut
treat
ulrs.
Ottlce IM conimeiri.ii aveuiie, up
AND KKTAIIi.
PIT Ml IIL
House.
- CAIRO, IliXaS
TO RAILROAD DE
Portion of tho City. Tho llouio is new
u no rooms, aro Iarie and airv. besides
ft . ... T "
uuchih will receive c
courteous treat-
Day Boarders 20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.-
DR. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for .the Lungs
THE OltKAT AMERICAN CON
MUMl'TIVa KEMBDY
Consumption Is NOT an Incurable dtissse.
rhyshlaus assure us this tact. It Is only
neeersary to have the Itlght Kemedy. and
tbe terrible malady can be conquered.
Hall's Balem is this Emdy.
It breaks tip the night sweats, relieves the
ppnroudvu tlKhtiicss aerosa th lunfs. and
beulri til 11 larcorated and exoorlatil mirfanaa
wblchtbocnoui ot the disease produces.
WHILE LIFE LASTS T IIEBE 18 HOPE
It may not be too late to effect a cure area
alter tbe doctors have Riven you up
Hall's JUIssm Is sold everywhere, and
may bo had ut wholesale of tho .Proprietors,
John K. Henry. Curran ft Co., at their
Great Medicine Warehouse, 8 afid 0 Collet
Mjico, Now V'orlc. l'rlceff per bottle.
Hull's ilulsam Is also a sure remedy for
Coughs, Colds, rheumona. Broneblttls,
Aktbraa, Splttlnjrof lllood, Croup. Whoop,
mi; CoiikIi, and all other dltealss ot the res
piratory organs.
Also Proprietors or BcovlU's tHood and
Liver Hyrtip, Carbolic Sulve.Edey's Troches.
OxjtfonuteU Hitters, Jlott'a Uver Pills. Ae.,
JOHN P. II EN It Y, OUKRAN A CO ,
8 and 0 College Place, New York.
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