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oitlrlnl lnirol (tin City Mill I'oiinly
OlliS 11, OIIKIILY. Kdltor nl t'tibllchar
TKItMH 0KTI1K DA HA VUULKTl
One wok, hy oarrler t 3"
One ysirby carrier, In advance W 00
Jne year by carrier It ni Pld I"
Una month, by mall 100
fhre month! 8 00
MxtnODtbr. , h 35
un ytar 13 00
TRHMH or WKEKtY IIUtLKTIN.
Onn Year , 1 (J0
Mix Month , 7.1
Throe Month W
Invariably in ailvancp.
llenilliiK iimflit- on rti'ry tuiic.
AnvKttTfdi.Nri bringi (lie aiMoiner:
lie mind be retained by liein well
Tilt: licvvHtmpcr is i" '
mediums through which to reach tliu
customer; goods noltl ncconiiti;; to rep
l mentation Is tho only method lor re-
turning u pstrouago once lioMoucd.
Horn tho Metropolis papers arc
nvidctitly nnibitiouf of public attention.
They have tlieroforo lately jitit on bet
ter clothing tlian cither ever before
wore, nnd have become spr glilly and
A correspondent of tho .Metropolis
'Time.,' niter remarking that Com.
J)otincy had deposited a load -of tliot in
tho bowels of Andy llelford, and stat
s that tho wivr.4 of the men had de
nted the difficulty, blandly cays, that
'a man ha n't any buninc.! with a
woman or a dot:, for either of them will
always have hitu in emtio ililKoulty.t'
A letter which recently nppearcd in
the World detailing :i new jiroce. for
tho conversation of peat into fuel in
forty-eight hour, ha attracted gen
eral attention, nnd brought to light an
other invention of a Mill more remark
able character, which complete., the
process in thirty minutes. The last
takes the spongy, wet, dicky bog-earth
and changes it into n dry fuel, hard
enough to take n polish, and dry :ih
Dkaleiis in illuminating oil, may
uot object to learn that the law of this
Mate, in forco July 1st instant, prohib
it, under a penalty of S200, the i-.alo
ot coal oil, nnphthn, gawdine, benzine,
or other product of pctioUum until the
article is iuspectod. It aWo raises the
Mandard from 110 to lull dcg. Fahren
heit, and oil iurpcetoiit aro rcjuired to
mark all oils thai explode at n lcm
temperature "condemned for illumina
ting purposos." Under (he new law,
any parson who sells nil of a grade be
low the standard, or neglect.-, to give
notice to the oil inspector two day
nfter the oil is iumlu, refined or receiv
ed by him, i-hall be liable to n line of
S200, and the package of oil in hi
poscesion shall be forfeited and teh
c'd. Si.nck the lird 'instant, it has been
the law of Illinois that nil prombc,
notes, bills, bond., covenants, con
tracts, agreements, judgments, mort
gages, or other ecuritiV or conveyan
ce, made, given, granted, drawn cr
entered into, or executed by any per
on whatsoever, where the whole or
Huy part of the consideration thereof,
shall be for any money, property or
other valuable thing, won by any gam
ing or playing at card, dice, or an)
other gauio or games, or by butting on
the side or hands of any person gain
ing, or by wager or bat upon a rare,
fight, pastime, spott, lot, chance, cau
ally, or unknown contingent even:
whatever, or for the reimbursing or
paying any money or properly know
ingly lent or advanced at the time and
place of audi play or bet, to any per
son or persons so gaming or betting, or
that bIihII, during such jiJhv- or botfin;-,
ao play or bet, shall bo void and or no
Tin: following patent wcru issitt d
from tho United States patent office in
Illinois inventors, for tho week ending
Juno 17, 1S71, and each bcariug that
date. The list was furnished to Tin:
llCLi.r.T!X by Cox k Levy, solicitors
of patents, Washington, UiMrict of
Columbia: Draw bridge gate, O. II.
Kauffmau, Chicago, milk can, .M.
Mitchell, Chicago, combined raku anil
feeder, O. Murray, Chicago, lamp, 1.
Nutting, Whcaton, torn imnkcr, I. 0.
Gorman, Jcrscyvillc, sulky plow uuil
cultivator, V. W. .1. IJ. Kwalloy,
Hunker Kill; Ktcp Udder, C. (J. I'dcl'l,
Chicago; means for raising mnken ves
sels, T. .M. Curtis, Chicago; carpet
stretcher, I'. Hays, Cool Hunk Station;
hand eotting attachment for watches,
C. Hunter, JjJgui. ncd planter, Anton
Klussener, Springfield; lightning rod,
.1. M. Mott, Chicago, machine fur
splitting uud droning hoops, J). .Mur
ray and J. Lament, Aunawa; icvolving
scraper, W. J. Wobb, l'.iil(jr..
Mo.mks has lost riuiuu of 'iH glory.
Governor llevcridgo made this" -.cr-
tion at tho S3t. Lo.it bridge celobration,
nnd ho ouir-M to know: " Sclcncc,"
cricd Uiuoridgc, "has f panned this
river. No high priest of God stood on
dry ground, in tho midst of the. stream,
till .ill the people and tho tabernacle
id passed over. So Mins stooil on
tho bank, shielded by n pillar of cloud
and Mretchcd out his rod, by divine
command, over tho sea, to divide it ;
but .1 allies It. Kails, imbued with a
divine inspiration, encircled with n halo
of intellectual glory, did it " This is
well said ; H would havo brought tears
to the eyes of a dozen Sunday schools ;
and it was such as haudsumu pull' for
Kads. It is k.-tiil, that Mr. I''ads j. :i
sinner, and iiafls the llowing bowl with
great icgularity: but this innt 5u a
mistake, or chc the Lord rtllen Uc
concluded to build th-rft- 1-ouis bridge
and ruin river -ivigation, would not
have Mil ,c,l Mr l''ds and have iui
Vuod him with a divino iusiiratioti or
encircled him with intellectual
glory. The truth is, Cnpt. Mads is one
of the chosen of the Lord the Lord's
great bridge builder the Moses of the
Mississippi valley, or else Governor
llevcridgo did not know what ho was
Tin: grumblers have been driven
from their propo.-cd attack upon the
principal and teachers of our public
school. 1 hey could not stand ngaiust
public opinion which has pronounced
them good nnd faithful trainers of the
shooting young idea. A citizen, writ
ing tu.ua. n private note, says : ,ll'or
more than twenty years Mr. Alvord
has presided over the best schools in
Northern Illinois, nnd in no instance
has he ever left a position because tho
board or citizens wcro in any way un
favorable to his luamigmont. That the
schools of Cairo ha'vo not attained that
cxccllcnco to which he aspires is very
true : and 1 will hcie mention one of
which very little has boon said. I was
one of the few who attended the exam
ination in the room taught by Miss.
Mary llawkin:-, late of l'rccport. nnd
surely no tne pre-cnt could go forth
and complain ihat these children had
'wasted their time' There was no at
tempt at 'show or parade,' no 'flourish of
trumpets' or -new-fangled programmes,'
but it was evident that sound and valu
able instuietion had been imparted in
every branch assigned to those grados,
as well as a variety of lessons in many
branches which will bo lasting benefit
to tlicin. Their pronmu....,, r. r.
ness in everything was remarkable. I
make particular mention of this school,
as it has been, in n manner, overlooked,
when in fact it had no superior; and, in
my opinion, Miss Hawkins lias uot her
peer as an ftistruolrcss."
" WATCH Til h Ari."
In view of the mortality prevailing
among infant during tho present warm
weather, wo condense, for the benefit
of mothers, tho rules for the -management
of infanta during tho hot weather
laid down by the obstetrical society of
In grown people, cleanliness is ac
counted u virtue next to godliness. As
tho souls of tho baoics aio white, and
clean, it is for their physical well -being
that the doctors insist upon absolute
puiity of person, clothiug nud, sur
rounding, iiml lay this down ns the
first law to be observed iu securing
them health and strength.
Tho mother who .wants a healthy
baby, must nvoid all tight bandaging,
must have it sleep in a slip at night,
nnd put on it clean jicsh clothes in the
morning, or if uot fresh, the well aiied
clothe of the tiny befoie.
The baby must sleep by itself in n
i-'t or cradle, put to bed itt tegular
hours and never soothed (o artificial
sleep by the use of spiiits, coidials,
carminatives, .syrups or drops, except
by tho advico of a physician. It must
never be (piloted by candy or cake
Tho baby must have jdwiiy of fresh
uir, mornings and evenings may have
icc-witiur ii iieccnn ti Miller from tho
heat, and must not bo kept in a room
wlicio washing and cooking are done.
.Mother's milk is the only proper
food for the baby and with plenty of
this it needs no othor. In lieu of this,
cow's or goat's milk, unskimmed,
slightly Muetcncd, always fresh in
extremely warm weather it must be
boiled nnd cooled should bo usd.
If, unfortunately, tho baby, like I'ip,
must be ' brought up by hand," milk
alouo, prepaid! ns diiected, and ndmii).
islcred through a nursing buttlo, is to
bo its diet. Sago, mrow-ront, corn
flour, cnickcis, bread, potatoes, all diet
containing starch and all patented food,
are not to bo depended on as food for
When tho milk disagrees with a
child, a table spoonful of lime-water
may bo added to each hottleful, and
when pure milk cannot bo got, tho con
densed artielo is lecouimcnded.
The baby mut nut 'ho weaned just
before nor durim; the hot weather, nor
us a rulo until after itssteond Minimer.
After it is six months old, it may have
a littlo stale bread and milk once
or twico a day, the yolk of a fresh and
mre-boilcd egg, or n little beef or mut
ton broth with Mnlo bread.
In Oases of sudden siekncj. resem
bling cholera infantum, the child i to
be put in a hot bath and then wrapped
in warm blankets ; the mcdicino to be
given is five drops of brandy in a tea
spoonful of water every ten minute.
The balance of tho rules for cases of
emergency are too numerous for our
columns. One of tho first and the most
important, howovor is, to send immedi
ately for a doctor.
thk iikkcmki! tilton ucsi
Tbci' has been no manliness on
ci.or side of the Hccchcr-Tilton con
troversy. It is true, Mr. Beechcr has
not been in a poitiou to take a very
bold stand. He is, it mint be evident
to every person who has paid any at
tention to the (uostion, guilty of n to
riou olfenso to Mr. Tilton; ho cannot,
thciefore, speak except to coufes. Hi
policy is conccfpicntly silence Hut. it
must nlo be apparent to the observer
of the scnndal, that, whilo Mr. Hecchur,
awaro that ho daro not deny tho im
plied charge mailt; by Tilton, ha been
denying it by allowing hi friends to
lie about it, and has been base enough
to attempt, in this way, to throw tho
siMjii'cioii of falsehood upon tho man
ho has wronged the soft-hearted Mr.
Tilton a man baby, who has read
about forgivness and tho beauty of
magnanimity until ho has become a
maudlin fellow, whose tuivcling bear
ing has become altogether unendura
ble In fact, Mr. llecchcr. assuming
tho meek look wo arc taught to be
lieve Christ wore upon his features
when his enemies were pelting him
with stones nnd kicking him when he
stumbled under the heavy cross they
compelled him to bear, is saying, by
actions, what ho dare not ay by words:
"I am persecuted! duln t mako an at
tempt upon tho chastity of Tilton's
wife: Tilton, God forgivo him! is ly
ing about me Stand by me, sUter.-! '
On the other hand, Mr. Tilton has
acted in n naucating manner. He is
evidently a big baby. lie should hav0
cxpocd Mr. Heceher's crime at once,
or else have forever hcid his poacu
Hut, having delected lleeeher iu an
assault upon Mrs. Tilton, he Haid, by
his actions: "Why, Henry! I never
would have thought this of you! I am
astonished! What would tho world say
if I told on you! l'ye, Henry! I can
one of your lock. That would not be
rlgllt. 1 mil niiuu.u... j. r
my child; and good byo, forever."
Then Theodore wept, because he
had read that Jesus, of whom he is
trying to be an imitator, wept. And
Mr. Jlcechcr, also a soft-hearted fel
low, with his kidneys clase to his eye
a ready weeper likewise shed tears,
arid said to Mr. Tilton: 'God bless
you, dear Theodore; I have wrouged
you; I prostrate myself before you ns
before my God; I wish I were dead!
Hut don't, pleae, say anything about
this matter. I couldn't help it. The
tle.-h is weak, Theodore; uud you know
how it is yourself!"
Wherofoie, Theodore wept ngaie,
and Henry wept, and several friends
meek and lowly members of Ply
mouth ulso wept. Tears were com
mingled, uud it wus agreed to forget
Hut, in a thoughtless moment, Theo
dore wandered away to tho spider-like
parlor of tho Woodhull, and sympa
thetically poured the sccrot into the
Woodhulliau bosom. Tho Woodhull
being a business woman, endeavored to
induce Henry to become one of her
followers. This was too great a sacri
fice; Mr. Hceehcr could not make it.
The gentle dovc.-i of his flock would
havo pecked out hi eyes if he had.
Ho said, "Don't, Vicy, don't ask me; I
can't.'' The Woodhull spitefully told
the story, whereupon the Christian
world rose up iu wrath, and declared
such stories tn ho scandalous. Tho
Woodhull was imprisonod for telling
wliat tho Heedier had done,and the
Heceher wa takcu to tho arms of his
flock, that expressed a determination to
shield him from nil harm, llcspond
tug to which kindnesses, Mr. Hcccher,
the Protestant Pope, s-iid: "Illoss you,
bisters; bless you!"
Tilton, weeping all the time wear
ing a woful countenance kept silent
until Plymouth church began to call
him a dog, and to declare that he was
a liar. This seemed to make him feel
still more sorrowful, and, in his Hacou
letter, ho said, in substance: "Henry,
yuu oughtn't lo do this. You know
you are guilty of" a erinio against inet
You told me so once, and wished you
were dead; and now you arc allowing
your fiicnds to say you tiro not guilty,
and that I am not magnanimous.
Ilanry, Henry, you ought tobonshairC
ed of yourself!" And the big baby
went off into another flood of tears, ami
walked about among his friends with u
visago as woful as that of Launec, of
the "Two Gentlemen of Verona:"
JtllHtUf J.lllll) ll,o t,lVl Mll u,, vuyKo
and the mailer and Urn service'. T.i thlti
Why, man, if thu river weru Ury, I am
nblo to flit it with my totn; If the wind
woro down, I could drlvo inn brat with
my tight. .
. 'aiifiinii-Oomc, como awa,'. man; l
WsJ Mi lit to call then.
.(iMiK Sir, call ipo what tl"ii uarosl.
This iuau.Uin conduct on Mc part of
Tilton makes our gorge rif. If ho
has uiiything to charge why don't ho
chargo'il? Let him say: "llcchcr is a
seonndro'. lie insulted mj wife. I
make the charge and will prove it!" Or
let him An ever hold his pcau.
At Vil.-..'. h!...-k. a; uiu.'li I.-. than
uii:ii pri - i;-t;-i:-tr
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Iteclllk'i- uud M'h le...ile Healer Iu
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LiqUOHS A XI) WINES.
no. el, oiiiu f.r.vr.i:,
'i&n-,, " -if.i.s.
FINE M1LLINKUY GOODS
I':: KMX .M'ltl.Xl (iOOII.
M U S . M . J A (J K SO.N,
(Formerly Mr. Swundir,)
iiinounco thut slio Uks just; opined a lore
uiortuicnt ot llio
Mll'lncry tiood totio fotliu ic tao market
-ho will keep on hiind
Hats, Honnuts, Klowkiip, liiimoMS,
Ul J!S '''"IMMINOS OK Alt JClNDS,
LaDTB FtJB (1S1IINO (loOK, MoTIO.VS,
C'OLI.AKr, UNUKKSLKKVK; KUKFS,
And all iooil lound in mllliney stores, all
ol which will bo disposed ol t tho lowest
cn-h price-.. Mrs. .lackson rerpcctrully
avkh a continuation o( the pJtuniiKo whleb
bus hcun i-o UiH-iully buntsovve upon her hv
tho ludici. ol Cairo and the vlinitv.
UK.VI. CMTAIC A():rJT.
Mm Q. Itantian.- orP
j 0. harman a co.
Real jE sta te
jiouse a gem's,
COLL KOTO HS,
And l.aud AkciiIsoI the llllniN Central and
lliillliiKtou and .Mi.Mirl It, It. (Jo.
N'orih (,'or. Sixth ard Ohio Lcvcq,
C. WINSTOJ & CO,
Real Estab Agents,
"1 Ohio J,kvi:k (Second J'loor,)
liny und Sell ltllM:sTATi:, I'ay TAX PA
, 1 mnWiei A'.itmetH of Title.
FlfS CUI1ED FREE.
Anv pri'toii .iiron,,,, ,.om n,t, uhnvo illi
cino iMeiiiioMnlto onirix.I lt. I'ttici:, nnd
nlrlalhiittlo nl il0ili..i,t. vv. he lunvardi d
hj ('Nines., KU1.K:
Dr. I'rli'c Ihu ixi,ir j,,j,1cuii, and ha
m ull' the treatment .
a study lor yeai.. m,i ,0 will warrant a
cinch) tliriiH o , m,.dy.
Do nut rn I. i... .''.... i . ...
I," .ii r,'. 'i IJIIII ll'l 11 till oou I'
It cost nolhln:,', mid u
WIM, TKK Y II II,
nil matter or how h.j. hImi.IIii ynnr ca-r
' ," l;t';,"1; how ma.? ollu mcdicMuav
l irculariiind ttliHiuliiN n ut with
i'"i:i: thai, iiotti.i:.
"it. !iivs, t. vniy,,
o. Wlllitu. .Street, Now Voik.
ADMINI8TII ATOIt'ft HAl.K.
Of renli'.tstc. lly vlrluo of nu orilor and
ileereo of lh county court of Alexander
county, llllnol, iiniitu on tho petition ol the
uuilursli,'iiii, mlinluMriitiir ol the cstnto
ot Allied II. H'lilttikor, (IocouhhI,
lnr lenu In sell the re.il ej'nlc
III S.llll (It'lTH'l'll, at the l.nt
liiiiiliny turm of said coiilt, to-ult: nu the
'I wt'iilfclli tlnv of .Innuiiry, A. I , ISTI, I
hsll, on S.it tirtlny. tnu tweiity-illtli da) of
Inly next, heiwci'ii tic hour of ten o'clock
it., in., nnd twelve o'clock in., of ald day.
sell si plllillc sale, at Hie south-wolcrlv dour
(it the court lioune, In tho city ol Cn'iro, In
silil i-iiimly. tin follow lii): tli-vrilicil i cut
otiitc klliialed In theilty of Citlrn, e.iuiily
(it A le. jmIlt, and statu of lllliinlf. Iti-wll :
l.oM iiiiiiiIm-Ii'iI ullit'tceli. (Ill), twenty t'2'1).
mid tw'elily-oue (-.Mi, In Mock tiutntif red
liuly-evi ii (i;u and lot nuiiiliored tlilrlv
orie (:il), In hlo. k iiiiiiilii ieil lortv-iilne (Hi),
all Iu Hit Hot inhllllnu to Iho city of Cul.o,
'IViiii. ol H.ile to h a fnllows : (ine-thlril
Cn-ll III I'timl. fllll .tlilril III lln-..n liliilillia mill
one third In iihiiiiIi-. from Hie day of sale
-the iiiircha.er i wve note, drawing tl
I'll ll-lll, 1IIUI.-.. I " (. Ucfl'lllMl H.
lin lit, secured o) i :Ji; HH'i t, ,j,,0Il )",,.
(iKiiuiu: rtsni'.ii, AiIiiiIbImimii-.
ol the otate nt Albert It Wlilttkir,
deceased. li-ll-i'l-il.vw' It
luue llllli, is.l.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7U Ohio I.cvce, CA1I10, ILLS
ErTSpcelul attention n'vcli to consign
tncnt m tilling order. ll-'l tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. HO Oil l o Xiovoo
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
(If AM. KINDS, MAUD AMI SolT,
Keep i-oiiFitiilitly oiih.tlid
.Mill and Vard,
Connor III ill .Street
anil Ohio Levee.
WALL Sl ENT,
Mauufai'turcrx anil Dealunln
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AM) LATH.
l'01'l,AK,OAh, UVlMtUH. Arill, tll'il
AN I) COTTON WOOD, hIJU.
DKK.SKI) l'INK, AMI AND 101'
LA It KLUUHINO, OKILNO A!1)
CU'tlllhc at niv mill on i nriiur ol Twen
tyucond trect and Ohio l.i-vcc.
All old lihvii'lan ij!Kt mill IIimI nnm-lv nil
dinMi.fi. ori.'lnate Irom a iiihi:.vii:i t'd.sni.
iion ol nu: i.ivr.u. ami Ihh utatumcni h
irtit), uiihoiiii It ma) at lir.-t u riil like nil
I'KitiriT.itlon. When the l.lvcr Ii out ol or
der Ihi' wholo lcni xinl overv orpin ami
function Miller more or Irst In ro'n-i'itii'iiri'.
Ill tho liii'liicnt st.iKCi ol the dleaki a inuii
HOLS NOT KNOW WHAT AILS HIM.
JIo l moody, renlen anil dckpouilr nl:and
lliai In llio lll'io lo lul.f a hl.MI'I.i; UHMIIIiV
that will rt'ttorc h in to hu Ith.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
ami prevent a vvloc train or ill.ea-ci that
MOTT'S MVKKl'lLLh euro toriildlly of
II tl I.MI'l.
MOT'l'S MVKH TILLS slvc lone to tho
MOTT"? I IVKII 1'ir i.H ilraino tho M
trill ol hllo.
.MOTT'S l.IVLItril.l.S drive out fuhillu
MOTT'n I.IVIUt 1'II.I.S -ttronytlipn Hit:
MOT i"m I.IVKlt 1'II.I.S rcKiiUto the
Liver, uud arn morn rHIahlo a u Liver lui'd.
lelne 111 ii n any of tho Inlntral luejuratioiii
Hint IIOMOllK IU1I.V. than coon.
1'or kiiIu hy all tlrilill. I'rltiu 'J.'i icnl
JOHN I. IIKMtV.CUIlltAN Af.O., I'ro
irlutor, t and !l College J'Jaro, Ni-vv Vork.
Boot & Shoe
lletweee Tenth and Llcvcuth Street,
liri:iarcil to rill onleri. wllljoiit delay,
lie Iiiih a linn tlork of luirrltd leather on
haml.Jukt rccoivt'it from Niwpcrk, and U:i
nut down tlitilirkui to lye lowest liolth.
1-3. .A. X K
HlU'M Street, het.fxun WuMiliit,'tou and
Jobbers ard Retailers of
Clioinii'itlrf, Patent Mctlii-iiit'd, lVrftiinory, S(mp., lintalics,
Toilett Articles, J)rugit's Fiint-y (iomhs, (.'oilier "White
Lead and Other Grades, 1'aiiit.s, Odors, Oils. Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Ti he ('(dors, l)v
St tills, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit corrciponilence mid order from liruirgliil, l'hj l. laii and (leripr.il "torct
In vviint ol (looiN In onr l.lno. Meainlinat. I'l inlallou ami Tamil) .Mt'dldnu ciiici lain
l-lii'd or liclllh'd with itrllahle Drtii at lti'iipomilili- llatun
WHOLESALE & RETAIL RETAIL & PKK'CHIITION.
7 1 Ohio Levee, WiiiliitiKton Ave. cor. IMkmIIi M
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
'-L' LJ V JUfcJ,
Hollow Ware &c.
Mauufactuier ami Jobhcr of
TI.V.SHL'LT IKON ami COl'l'LUWAHi:
I'liiim.. Illr.l Cafes l.f (ream !.-. . r.
v .iter fooliTs Win- cioii, i.,r id.
tlow -L-r. i n...liiiiarii d W.tri'.
Guttering and Job Work
MADK A SI'KCIAMTV.
A'i'iit for Ihu
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
'Ihe lct Iron Koolin:
In the Matktt.
Order-from Al.road will Receive 1'iouipt
All work done with Dldputrh nnd Wariiin
ted to clvc SatlMfaetlnn.
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. (10 Ohio Lovoo,
B. F. PARKER, I
(Huccowor In l'arkcr k Ulake,) ,
PAINTS & OILS
And the ecltihrated llliiniliiutlii''
Droit' Uulldlng, 11th St.iV (Jomorclal A v.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth Street and Commercial Avenue,
Hpi'i'iel attention uiven to Hoiikk siuhnu
and Kficrnl ii'imlrliij,'. .il-ii-ildf
rim tin mi.
MimI I'.imitIiiI llriiliiic;
I i i u l. i u' (ti Willi v. !i Ii t ' .
Jllll.lll.'t i I I Mllll, III, If Al III H. Ii
.irill.lt MHillll.'.'tl AMI ClKATIll. I Mill
llca'is the Mot Virulent Soi uud
I- loiiicthiiu akin to Uir mintdoii'.
It l wltli pildr tint tin' rrilrli'tor
atli iilliiii lolbti rn:l( Itiwc that
PHYSICIANS fliVK IT TH K lil(!lli:.ST
MKAII W 1'UAISE.
and ii..- li an J ireicrih It In .r prat tler
Points to lio Borne in Mind ;
( AltllOLK SAI.Vi: podllvcly .un tin
w nrt oru.
(Altl'.OI.Ii SAL E iu.laiill) aPav. tl..
pain of hurii. '
AltllOLK ALVi: euro. uH lUlaiuuu.
( AltllOLK .SALVi: ri uiovee plmpli i m.-l
i AltllOLIC .sALVK will euro .tiU mnl
CAItttifl.il - l.vi; ralikiatll.i lipid f
all li-.. iiiii'ini hi. ur ollu r Ili-dun; i ..hi-
poiimU, Ull J HAM AI.'IIIIIV'I.I. A (iltl.'illl!
UKI'll'ATlON ISIl 4 A I.vllllKIt hAlK
than any othur kimlUr preparation ..l
cunti inia.nini'.iiH liivi-iition.
.-old ovory wi-rc. 1'rlco 'i'i ouit.
io.vii r. iiL.sitv. criniA.N .vco
i'iop., H audi! Collrpi- 1'Ui e, S. V.
CO, 1 1.
T1IH CAIRO CITY
Are pifparM lo mpply cuitomcr
witli the llOKt
I.KAVi: OltllKIIH AT
rTriLilIhlay Ilio.V olllce, .So. TO
tin iiiiiiiiiu-iiro.n tvuarinoa
mmA ICiryiitL-m Mill; or I
13) At the coal dump, foot ol
nilrty-tliihlh Mi-cct. i
! Inducement! to lm Consumers
Coimr fctuti- m,
The mott ntnowntit ficiullit . tht jc, in !.
IrMtmtntvfJ'lilVATK, LllllQXIC ai.d i7.7
S'Alt V DlbKASKS, BIMIXAI. Wh'AKXES.1.
Vht re ult crtutf nulljcrillui cr otttr ouiii, ,rulu.-luc
:-i:i!M'i'8Ni:ss.riu,i.t:i ox Tiin iaci. avmihonto
HICIfTV, .JIWII I.D OlfillT. I.03S ow unimv a.
tiAKiiuon rnic. i::;ti,v cmild. tiik cnEu oi
limirii. Mri ntTtRi:. iii-..o.uj .ubti.-i om.ion
rftUUfn( LniiiijriurrjM.lijrliit, h. Tl. K'NrJiiDi)i
taiutnUio, 7Ulr lidturr, caiw o4 cur, rrk ' i.uu,
rnllu,lilQ,t-.liJ ru..l.. Lull" rulrloiwiU.Li!,
luMltful biu-n4iM or al4 tkllvr crv.! IU ducur.
luv.UJa ift.Ue4 wllb ilvit .rturiitjl tctrj, fttu&l
iwtt.. Ck.iK4 0ukru.Uid. KulUf awvJaeaUul.
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
I'ui'o all l.intN ul paioe. For salu hy
FINN AND METZ
oe ajfi'iilH tor Alondrrt 1'lllikl, Uulon
vid iliisui; cmuitlus. Ul-C-ll-Vin