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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
INSURANCE.
W. II.Mui rU.
Notary inihllc.
II. If. Cnndt
Notary Public and It
Commissioner,
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVESTOCK
KIWT
Insuran.
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NORTH AttEItlGA, I.V,
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CLEVELAND, CLEVI?LAXI.
Aaacfci i 515,073 HS
HOME, C'OLUMIILIN,
AMERICAN CENTRA & JKO.,
AhncIh SOO.ttOO 00
voarir. MUTUAL LIFE,
AMeUu... i ., eoo 6S
IHAVmElt'S, IIARTEOHI,
. MFE ACCWEST,
AMjtii......, 1.S0U.009 e
RAILWAY PAMHENGEKN AN
. MUKAKOE CO., II A ST.,
AMef . . . . S96.60?
INDEPKlf DK.VT. BOMTA
Safford, Morris & Candee
71 OHIO XJSVEE
City. national Bank,
jpiRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE
COMPANIES
Niagara, N. Y j
AJMKTs)... -....41,3,316
Germanla, IV.. Y. ;
AVNirra .........ti,ocs,eai it
Hanover, IN". Y,
ANRETfl $736,703
Republic, 1ST. Y. ;
AiSHKTS.. 8714.D23 00
Comprising ilia CnderwrltersMc
Yonkei-B, IV. Y. ;
AHflETB $H7B,4Si II
aioan.v "LJitvs
ADMBTS .. S)IS3,IYS 3S
Firem'n'ai Ftmd, feJ.iF
A MET) .............t07i.0O9 CO
Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
1MKTI 11.4311 Mt
saa-rsrstsm, fTOinpr lumran, ituua m
CavgOM.taeurad at rstn as favorable as sound
pfnaum .wvuiny win warxsai
I resnaetfnllr ask ol ths eltnan nf Palm
hx of tau patronage.
"J. TV. liuunEit,
Office at FlTt National .Bank
HANSEL' PAT, DOUBLE'
ACTING
Window Lock & Sash Holder.
TIIK ONLY
HBLIAIILR
Window Fast out
It has do spring;
i Smplti anil Itara
ble, as well as orna
mental, locks win.
dows securely, fllille
open or closed, and
presents rattling of
Iho sash.
Nlnedltlcrentklnda
of Trimmings, to
null all taste, by
A llc!l llllH look Is
operated.
UEUUZIIUMEH to CAI11V.
Sole owners of the Trrltnrl. r.r ihn rl
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, and Aernts for oilier
BUte. enoral Ofllcc, 00 WAHUNU.
TON Itiutti. UHii'ACO, maroladtim
M
It. M, SWANDEIl
Dealer In
Mil'.L LI N E R Y
Ladles' ynralskUg (looii.
Ooxxi.xkxox'OsUhX -.xroaa.uL
Corner. Hlntk Street..
ill kinds ofclolhlna lor "Ladles' mAi mada to
order, or ready made. Alio, l full assortment of
Misses 'am1 iaaiss snogs. .. uir.au
H
orsE BAUING AND MOT'
IHOV -
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
aTlAflfctt. IT.T.11VOI8.
I Are prvp(vu r wi w
moTioK hoiMO( any m or oriptia.'orwj
otb.TWndWworkmiwUUtt, ,
ssii. sail tVtsft miAhlHakviv a nakl ton AM Wm m
moTlng or railing hcmMa o& short noti eoaBd u
vi ajtHKIlM l)sslrABAIL sanvltf
IIHHVUi raisiiivi
INSURE !
JHI
CO.
4E3 Korth niylah El. I'hlUdH.
Dohbuis
Vegetable1
A. color and drcsatug that will
not barn the bnir or injure the
head.
It docs not produco a color
mechanically, as the poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually rcatorcB the Hlw
to Its original color and lustre,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It cansca a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
The-best and Bfifcrit nrticlo
over offered.
Clean and Pure.' Josetmncni.
Sold everywhere.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
COMMISSION FOR, WARDfNQ.
J n. Pirii.i.iPH & co.,
Suctetscrs In K. n. Ilen.ltlcks t Co.
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
PROPRIETORS,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IJUBaL AMTAKCKN HADE OX COR.
HlUJSllUITTs.
Ara prepaied to recelre, stors and forward
freights to allpoliU, and bay and sell on corn,
mission.
MrDfUlnata attsndad to with nrornptness.
QLOSE SC. VINCENT,
OENKIUL
COMMISSION
MERCHANT.,
and dealers In
Lime. Cement, Plaster Paris
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR.
Cor. Hih Street mid Ohio Levee
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
tebUlem
K.W. MiLLia. IltiiT. Piatra
ILLER & PARKER,
GEHERU COMMISSION
AND
Forwarding Merchants
DEALER'S IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATfil, DAY,
3Dto.. Xto.f
5To. S8 Ohio revce
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J SO. B. PHILIsIR,
SiieoOMorto Parker A I'lillll".!
UENERAL
COMMISSION
4KB
FORWARDING MERCHANT
And Dealer In
Flour, Meal, liar. Corn, OalH,
urau.
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H
AIXIDAY BROTHERS.
11,1:
S
WERCJULAXTS
OBALVHI m
PL OUR
And Aganta o
OHIO ITER ASh KAKi'WBA
SALT COMPANIES
00.70 OBXO XjS
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
mm
m
WEDNESDAY.
Kkank Blair arrWcd nt hit) home
in St. Louis on Sunday afternoon.
The aotiug govuroor of Arizona has
iufnraied the War Depaitmcnt that the,
Indiana are making hostile demonstra
tions of a formidable character along
tuo frontier. An appeal in mad for
additional troopd, hut there are none at
the dmposal of tbe War Department.
Thk Presidcni'H reception in St.
Louis, in accordance with his expec
tation?, wan anything but enthiifliaslic.
He arrived in that city on Sunday
morning, wan met by two or tlirce per
sonal friend and rjuletly conveyed to
the residence of Mr.'Wni. II. IJenton,
whose guc3t he in to be while ho re
mainn in St. Louia.
Tin: eldc.t con of tho Czar of . Tl
hiu, whoto title is the Czarovitch, irt ex
pected to arrive in this country about
tho Crat of July, for a visit of about
two months. A fleet of war veisclH is
announced to accoinpanj- him, and his
retinue will comprise rouio of tic. most
diaUhguiihcd members of the Court of
St. Petersburg. Tho royal visitor will
go first to Is'cw York and from theuco
male hasty visits to the principal cities
of this country.
Thk Joint High Commi.ion arc to
be established in New York, city, at the
Bnivoort House, there to await tho May
scsuou of the Senate, beforo returning
to Uurope. Tho telegraph, brings tbe
information that the details in regard
to the Alabama claims aro to be left to
a new Joint Commission, composed of
publicists of admitted learning, tho pre
sent commission tnly having laid down
rules of lau, which Is-,? is to bo applied
to tho facts touching all tbe disputes
between this country and England.
The new commission will act as a ref
ereo on all matters, referred to it by the
prc?ent high court.
At Pittsburg, on his way to St. Louir,
President Grant fell in with Senator
Morton, of Indiana, and tho two jour
neyed on to Indianapolis together,
where they stopped and were the re
cipients of a joint reception. Gov.
Baker welcomed the President in n
flattering speech in which he exalted
him to the highest pinnacle of states
manship. Tho President replied in a
speech of three sentences, in which, af
ter thanking tho assemblage for their
cordial greeting, he turned them over
to their "distinguished Senator, whom
he left to thank them in more appropri
ate terms than he could do if he were
to try." The "distinguished Senator,
Gov. Morton," then addrersed the audi
ence in a political harangue, the sub
stance of which was praise of tbe ad
ministration, and a phillipic against tho
Democratic party, ending with tho decla
ration by tho "distinguished Senator,"
that if tho Democrats came into power,
ho believed tho Southern States would
quietly .ccedo, with the sanction of the
P"ty. :
NEWS OF THEPAY.
An unknown young man committed
euicldo by tnking poincm.
Tliu Xlliion real ostutoat l'oorln, III., U
now incloicJ ns a pnrlc, ond a fco charged
for uihnUslon.
17,431 urrcsU wcru nifulo In St. Louis
tlio rm!t year. 0,72'J of tlio number wero
females.
Five children were recently poisoned, in
Covington, Ky., from eating poko root
which thny mistook for artichoke.
'Mm. A. J. Colon, of Mitchell, 111, stood
before tho mirror and cut her throat with
a razor, on Saturday lust. Teuiparitiy in
sanity wiw tho cause of tho net.
' Chnrloi GrCcn, tho sheriff of Pucltlc
county, 'Washington Torritory, while out
.collecting, rccontly, was murdered for
tuonoy.
Sliorilf ItoberU, of Carroll county, Mo.,
whs robbed of twelve thousand dollars a
few days ago whjlo going from tho 'town
of Carrolltou to tho railroad depot, a dis
tance of thrco-quurters of a milo.
Two thousand pooplo wero present at
tho opening of tho great canvas taberna:
lo, usod by tho Now Jersoy, Notf 'York
and "Washington revivalist, at Sacramonts,
on Saturday, - ,
,Tho jow Roman Gatholhy church of St.
BosoofLima was dedicated to-day by
Archbishop MoClosky, assisted by Bishop
Mullen of Erie and Bishop Laughlln of
Brooklyn.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 2G,
Thd English parliament hos just made
four additional bank holidays, being Easi
er Monday, Whit-Monday, tho flrat week
day in Aiigmt, and tho day after Christ
mas, j
Mr. tfust, a wealthy Kentticklan, has
built a nO niarkt house 'on Broadway,
In Now York city. ' Tlio ground and
building cost $100,000, and tho ownor
thinks he can get a fair Interest on
money.
A nUmber df French womon, who have
been working In. tbo mines of California
for Iho last eighteen yean in men s cloth
ing, were arrested In n saloon In San
Fr&oclsco, on Friday overling last, their
sex bolog dhenvored for tbo flrsttimo.
United States Marshal Xowcomb, fc't
Iioulf, haa been directed by tho United
District-Court to sell tho stearabo.it Great
Kcpublla on tho Cth of May for cash. The
sale has to be advertised in St. Louis Cin
cinnati and Pittsburg papers.
A Dulutli paper snys one of tho streams
running iulo Lake Superior, from the
North, is called ''Temperance river," be
came it is tho only one of nil tho tributa
ries of the lake that has no bar at its
mouth
Houses built on tho Frcncli plan In
suites of apartintnts called "flat" are ob
taining groat fnvor In Now " ork city.
Hats on tho first, second and third floors
range from $2,500 down to $1,500 year,
and thmo on the upper stoTlcs'brlng from
000 to $1,100.- - -
Tho cotitruct for furnishing the eugruv-
itjgs of the inccli!inloarporU6nof (lioll'at
ent Office Itcport lias be-on awarded to tlio
American I'hoto-Llthogruphic Company,
of which Iloraco Greeley Is president, for
one hundrednnd eighty-four thousand dol
lars. i
RAILROAD ITEMS.
Mr. "Win. Ackorman, until last week
LocaI'yrcaurcr In Chicago of the Illinois
Central Railroad Company, is appointed
Treasurer of tho company. Tho late
Treasurer, Mr. Thomas E. "Walker, wboso
offico was in New York Citv, died on tho
10th of April.
It is said that about thirty tons of pow
der and nlno tons of nitro-glycerlne havo
been used in a section of rock of ouo'bun
dred rods long at East Hampton, on tho
Connecticut Air Lino Railroad.
Tho Grand Trunk Hallway advertises
to carry grain in through caw from Chi
cago to Iioston, Portland, and Now Eng
land towns . for 50 cents per hundred,
which Is at tho rato of 50 cents per bmliel
for wheat and 23 coats for com.
It is a fact not generally known in this
country that anotner railroad from tho
Atlantic to tho Pacific is well under vay
and will probably bo completed this year.
This is the Honduras Intorcecanio rail
road, nearly one-half of which was to bo
complotcd by tho lstcf 3Iay. This rail
road will extend from Port Corter, in the
Day of Honduras, nearly duo south 100
miles to tho Bay of Fonieca on the Pacific
coast.
By the articles of consolidation of the
SU Louis and Southeastern and the Evans
villc, Carmi and Pnducab railroad, filed in
Indianapolis on tlio loth inst., tho capital
stock of the consolidated company is fixed
at 510,000,000. divided Into share? of $100
each. Of the amount, $4,000,000 Is to bo
known as preferred stock. Ot tho bulanco,
tho present stockholders of tho St. Louis
and Southeastern Railroad Company aro
entitled tot74i7 shares, and tho stockhold
era of tho Evansville, Carmi and Padticah
Rallrcnd Company toC925 shares.
PE RSONAL.
'Ouida" has written a new story enti'
tied Folic Farinr.
Victor Hugo is in bad health, and has
stopped writing for tho preont.
Tho -Marquis of Lome and his Prinem
aro visiting in Florence, Italy.
Omar Paslin, commander of the Turk
ish field forces, Is dead.
M'llo .fiinanseheck sailed for Europu on
Saturday.
Daniel Symonds, well-known in theatri
cal circles, died lust week at tho residoieo
of . loo Jctlorson, In Hobokcn, N. 'J. .
Mrs. Francis M, Carter is giving public
readings in Michigan, reading nioro of
Bret Harto's poems and skotphui than nny
thing else.
Miss Mary Lee, daughter of tho luto
Gon. It. E. Loo, is nld to bo be, engaged
to Mr. Charles Upton, thy, cashier of the
First National Batik of Rochcstur, N. Y.
Tho daughter '6 .Baron" Gorolt, last
week marriod Chovalior Rangabo In the
Greek OhUrcfi at' Nflw York; They will
bo married ovpr again Iri a Catholic church
at Washington.
Watson's Art Journrl say Paropu
Rosa With lier brilliant operatic company
will come, to this country In tho
tail, without fail. In ordor to secure per
fectjrcst from'all excitement, sho has giv
.on up for tho present her engagement at
tho Italian opera In London,
The KWettoa ! Connecticut.
Ir It good tlmo tho corruption Invoked
bv tho Radicals to parry Connecticut is
coming to the surface and is being made
patent to tho whole country. Tho lettor
of Moses II. Grlnnell, ox-naval agent at
New York, to Grant has thrown n flood
of light upon the. bribery nnd trickery
1871.
brought to bear against Gov. English and
bit aitoeluto candidate, nnd clearly estab
lishes that tho frauds perpetrated woro in
tho interest of Kadicalium .arid not in be
half of tho Democracy. Upon this point
tho ITarlford 77mm fmitbe following:
"Mr. Grlnnell repeats his statomcnt that
of the 10,000 for .Connecticut, which was
raised in the Now, Yotk Custom House
alone and it was only n part of tho Grant
nnd .Towel I bribery " fund he subscribed
51,000. Olhcrs of Grant's official, In that
establishment made uptlioreHof tho $10,
000, which wa tho Custom House ouola.
Tho wholofund (probably $75,000 at least)
was Industriously used In this Stnto by
thoo who wero yolllng 'Tammany I Tam
many I O, tho thamo of 111' etc., to divert
attention from their own operations. Their
city wiw false us was their crv about Gov.
English's despatch, which was a forgtry.
.mi onouonaruiu tnc ivmocrrnc Mate
Committoo or any member of it, or Gov.
1'ntrlljli. or anv other Democrat that wa
know of, .rccoiro from cither 'Tweed or
'Tammany' not a dollar. Hut it Is in rr
iilenee now that the pnrtv of Omni and
Jrictll DID rccoivo and IMU a cltrnntic
corruption nnd bribery fund tosavo them
selves in Connecticut l" They cannot nnd
dnre not deny Itj for tho ;ron i fastened
upon them I "
LUST, MURDER AND PELF.
lltvnltlllg
Crime In Nr.
Illinois.
C'talr fount',
IIUIDK OP TWO MOXTIIS XlltU.
TAI.I.V nUTCllEUEO.
I'artlcnlnra or
lliei TrnReity An I'll.
known Vanond She
MUKlerer
An s:nracrd l'opulace Scour
ing tlio Country, etc.
f Kroni'thoTl. Lolif, ncpublicas.Hitli 1
A revolting crime, tho baro reeiliil nf
uio incts oi wnicn is enough to mako tbo
oioou run cold, wiu nernetrated in St.
Clair county. Ills., on Saturdav ovenin!r.
nnd has incensed tho pooplo of tho locality
to a degrco rarely knosvn.
TIIK TltAOEDV.
Tho tmcodv wus committed nt tho farm
houso of Christian Peter, six miles south
west of Belleville, and tho victim was Mrs.
aiary Peter, wlfo of Mr. Fetor, anddauirh-
icr ui .joiiii ivcok, nu agcu anu nign
ly respected citizon of tlio county.
JJctween tlirco and four o clock on Sat
urday afternoon Mr. Potcr left his houso
to go to tho houso of his father-in-law for
a wagon-load of corn, and .it was during
his absonco that tho terrible affair oc
curred. Subsequent revelations show that
not lonir after his departure a stranger
arrived nt tho house, and seeing no ono
but a defenceless woman present, pro
forred insults which rather than submit to
tho lady cboao the loss bitter alternative
of death. Tho heartless Intruder com
menced n violent assault on Mrs. Petor.
which sho resisted with all her strength.
How despcrato tho struggle was, was suf
ficiently evident by tho wounds sho.ro
coived, nnd tho sliuinhtor-hoiuo appear
ance ol tho room. Tlioush, ot the ond of
tnc struggle, tlio victim of tlio attempted
outrago lay lifeless, the villain was dis
comfited in his baso purroio.
Beforo retiring from' tho sccr.o of his
atrocity, ho sought to i-dd a crowning fca
turo by pillaging tho houso of articles
which ho could carry away without incom
moding himself.
mscovr.nY or thk su'ruei:.
Mr. Peter returned shortly beforo sun
down; nnd was taken by surpriso by miss
ing his customary greeting on approaching
ins nomo. ioua cracic ot too whin failed
to call bis wife to tho door, and leaving
his wagon ho rniiod tho latch, rather per
plexed about tho silence. His wifo lav ns
sho was left with her throat cut in three
places, the jugular vein scvorcd, her faco
hacked and bruised, hair torn in handfuls
from her head, and hor clothing rent.
iuoca stiuneu mo wan anu tiirnittiro, and
had trickled into pools.
.nr. reter, shocked scarcoly as man had
even been before, railed tlio alarm and
astounded his neighbors by the intelligence
ot tno crime.
vur.suiT.
Parties of men woro organized to en
deavor to capturo tlio murderer, and the
country wns scoured in all directions, un
til darkness stopped further search. Tho
good work was continued yestorday.
THE MUIlDEllKlt.
Tho following Is a description of tho
man lolloved to havo committed tho mur
der:
Height 5 feet C Inches or 5 feet 7 inches,
thin face, sharp nose, heavy set man,
tiroad shoulders, hair cut short, dark com
plexion and dark eyes, largo nostrils,
heard of about three "weeks growth; ago
about 30 years. His dress consisted of n
slouched black wool hat, low crown, with
brim about four Inches wide, with black,
faded ribbon; woro a reddish col
ored jeans Jacket, with pantaloons of saino
material, tho latter considerably worso
from wear; brogan shoes with double
sole, Willi tho right shoo torn nt the too.
Ho stolo from tlio houso a dark brown
beaver cloth frock coat, a pair of black nnd
stool mixed pantaloons and a vest of tho
samo material, in is suit belonged to Mr.
Peter and tho murderer may lmvo attired
liimself In it for.tho purposu of avoiding
detection.
Tho man suspcetod wns in tho town of
Centervillo at about S o'clock on Saturday
afternoon, and whilo thero stoppod into a
storo and asked for a few matches. The
proprietor showed him wlioro to find
tliei'n, and noticed that ho placed thoni In
his Docket, nnd Immediately walked out
of tho store. At a lator hour, live nnd six
o'clock, the same man wus ngnlii observed
lollaring about tlio farm whoro tbo mur
der was committed. A match was found
laying, on tho floor, anditis surmised that
It fell from tbe man's pocket whilo lio wns
in tho net of murdering Mrs. Fetor. The
match concsponded exactly with those
given the man at Centervillo, and was
d liferent In shape from thoso usod at tho
farm houses
The man described was a stranger in
the locality, and had boon seen in tho
neigborhood during tho day. It was as
certained that ho had inquired at dlU'er-
eretit farm-liousos for work. It is also
stated that ho had been observed by somo
of the nearest neighbors of deceased loiter
ing about tho promises during thu aftor
noon, and that ho had boon scon running
from tho homo in a northoastorn direction,
carrying a bundle in his arms. It is
stated thai ho was at Ogle's station yoster
day, stopped at a houso and begged for
somotuing to oat.
Tho murderer stolo In addition to the
clothing mentioned; Two finger-rings,
ONLY
two breast-pins, and two sets of ear-rings,
with tho Initials of tlio murdered woman
engraved thereon.
Tin: victim.
Jtrs. Mary Potcr has been married a
littlo over two months, and sho was living
on a farm presented tohnr nnd hor hus
band by her father Mr. Keck. She was
only 20 years of age, was hamltomo, nnd
was htld In much respect and esteem. Her
husband is an industrious. repeetablo
young man, brother of officer (teorge
Peter, of the St. Louis polico force.
INQUEST.
Coroner Joorg of Bellovlllo held an in
quest on tho body yesterday, and returned
an open verdict.
EXCITEMENT.
As muy bo imagined, this cold-blooded
murder hascausedqulto asonialion among
tho petiplo. It ta hoped the murderer may
bo speedily captured and dealt with by tho
officers of tho law.
nEWAitn.
Air. James W. Hughes, sborilf of St.
Clair county, lin.s sent Information to tho
chief of police of St. Louis that ho is au
thorized to offer a reward of !?200 for the
arrest of tho murdorcr.
Tins l'nllllfill Il,c.
It Is somo satisfaction to know that
when tho Ku-Klux bill was put upon Its
paago In thoSennto, tliero wero found
livo Ucpnbllcan senators wllh tho bonestv
nnd hardihood to condemn it by their
votes. Tiicso wero JoslmA HIU. of Ciwir.
gla j Thomas S. Robertson, of South Car
olina; Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois;
Thomas W. Tipton, of Nebraska: and
Carl Schurz, of Mhiouri; only fivo lu
number, but fnltbfullv representing
largo olements of their party
in tlio boutli and ot, whoso influence
will bo felt with formidablo power when
tho Isiuo comes to bo tested beforo the pco-
V- i t II! . '
iiiw. iiot ii jvcpuuiican senator in an
2ow iMiglniid or tho Last is found in this
emergency, superior to tho dictates of a
sectional partisanship; but tho leaven Is
running cisownero that will react over-
whclmmilr nnitnnnlrnrt. tint nnlr nf nn
undivided TUnion, but of tho equality of
mu amies mat aro oounu ny tno compact
oi union.
Z. V. .Mathus,.
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jyjATIIlISS A UIIL.
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AMD
O-XHTXlXliVIj
Commission Merchants
oSOhio Levee, 1 at National Bank
Building.
freial attsntion aln to the'purclia'.o anil sale
ITJLOTJK & G-KA.IJS?
yOOI RITTI2KIEOCSK
Kivci.tORS or Avrr.si Co.,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
-o. 'IS, Ohio licvcc,
novlUf CAIRO, ILL.
jpi N. .niJJJKAV,
GAS & STEAM FITTER
Has Iteinoveil Irom the Perry House to tho
llUICK BUILDING O.V SEVENTH ST
Uetsrrcn Caromcirlul and WnahliiRton
avenue, Oppoaltn Wluler'a Illoi-k.
He lias jrri'atly Increased Ills HtocVt, ami lm now
on hoii'l utlkiniUof Chandeliers. Ilraokets, l'eml.
ants. Hall I.llil, (ilobes, Shades, no. Ha has
marked down Ills prices to the lowost llvlii';
Hgurcs.and Invites tlio liatroingo ottha public.
arrlMtf
FURNITURE.
H. IIAKKRIis
IJHAl.KIt IN
Bar Fixtures,
ULASSYVAItE nnd HOUSE FUUViMI
ISO (JOOl)S,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo, Xaiiiaois.
FAMILY GROCERIES
QAEi.j I,. 'J'lCOIA.'s,
U pri'rnri'J n .do all kinds ol
.... ASP a
shot?.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
COK.MtItCOMMUCIAI.AVILNU: A'
KiuiiTii NTiti:irr.
H
ion 1i;cati4..
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
Hoard and Tuition per annum, Trio.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by 11. U II Trlueo Arthur. Board
and tutlomperannnm, tiM. l'reablcnt, the Very
n ... r f..i i ; 1 1. i l 1 1 . . i . .
... t . .. ..eiimutii, .'.mi ... iLuiuu. rur
particulars apply to Major Evans, London, Canaifc
West.
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DAILY PAPER DfjagBJ.
HOTEL81
Q OMlTEa CIAMlOTKIs,, Jk
Cowiicrcinl A v., Opposite Post .Oftce
CAIRO, (ILLINOiSji )r-(
7 1
. JOSEPH I5AYLISJ, I'lpprlofor.!
Tlia lions iMietrly- Inrnl.lie.) nnif otTeirii'fli
pulilii'ftrst.els's ncconHiioilsUin:: . febTdlf
TICKET AGENCY.
TICKETS F0R SALE
I'Atti: I'rnm verpnnl.I.uiKtnnderrT
;iagor ii iiicriiHloii to Cairo
m yo.
H::flisl, Moivls & C'niulco. An IN
OHIO T,T.VHK, OAIilO.
t'ULTO?! Si SONS, - - Proprietor
Aro No iv In Tail Operntlon.
Messrs. Fulton A Pons are prepared to fnrnlsh
.11 l:iudof Houroftlte host quality, and also
Mill IVed K all lrn.l.. Oraliam Flour, Insacka
or in i.'Sa ijnant tv, lna.l from the tt White
V-tlesl m,nlA.ll
(QITY H3IOE STOItK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLh AOENCV FOU
"Broliifkl's" Ciistom-Mado -
ShoQs & Slippers.
Conimi rclot Avenno Caniir ofjcrgli'tli
tttreet, Cairo, 111.
.'iilar attention raid hi all tnl
KlUTrt and fcHOt. ajititf
Hooi-aii
Family Grocery
Cor. Stli St. & Washln-tioii nv.c,, , ,
Cairo, - - - Illinbis
Is sirpphcilwitli Ih4 Irefhest
(lioccrlm, Crueit ami Dried arid Ganw'
lied fruits.
Dressed Poolfry, Fresh Hotter
And everythinc e'"" needed or family 'iipply
It is In short one ot Iho best stocked Krocerfcii in
the cltv.
A continuaccof publia patronage irespecllully
solicited decldm
LEGAL.
'MVllllains' llourbon and Iligli Wluea
Distillery."
AT CAIItO, ILLINOIS,
is olleicd forsslby tho undersigned on the most
reaonable terns.
Tho building Is new and complgtv thrOMghlut
In nil the modern lmnrorenient1 and annllanCes
of such an establishment, Is incomplete running
order, but has never been run. Tho enplnes,
machinery, aad npparatua gonerally are of tho
best iiianutacture.
ihe malu biiildinsr la ti bv -1 1 feet, and tlirco
atorlea hlirh. The Itoilcrahcul m tt br Hi feet r tha
tub shed is S? by 11 feet, each shed being one
tuty high,
mo rusino is iu inrn cyiinuer, wiin ou men
strolio.tuo bolters S4 Inches Indiamater, I Bne,'
and '-ii feel long.
I no CBfkic ty or inn iiisiuiery n uirrreis per
day. Contiguous to tha distillery aro alaro brieV
warehouse, and pens for stock.
It is Mteved that to any onu desiring to carry on
thudlitlllcry business, no better opportunity for
invoitmentcan lie ottered than is foundhore, both
cou.iderin the distillery building and apparatus
nnd tho location thereof at C.Uro,
1'or further particulirs apply to the under.
signed nt Cairo, nr toHinllh.lleng'i A Co., corner of
Minn and Morgan streets, St. I.uuis, Mo.
JOHN JI. LA.NMDF.N,
C.ilro, Illinois.
rjlISUSTliE'S SALE,
Whereas, James H. Iteardenand Mary V. Itear
lou, nt the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and
Statu of Illinois, by tlielr certain bale Mortgage,
Iwiirlngii.ile the illieenlli day of February, A.l).
lTi, mid recorded In Uiolc "Z" of iiiorlgagoa,
IMUa l.l. lu thu recorder' ottlee of Alexander
county, Illinois, did convey In feo to Ilia under
Higiii'U ,. ii. nanoru, Trusiea lor um vommeroial
lnsiirani'eCo..orciilcneo. the Independent Insu
ran 'o Co., of Iioston, and H. M. Moore tt Co..
Clili'ngo, tliu following docrilied lots or parcel of
land to It: Lot numbered eleven (II) In block
numbered fifty-two tSil lyinir and Telna in thu
uitynfCiiro, Alexander county, Illinois.
Provided, however, that lu euso of tie fault in
uio p..yinciiioi inro certain promissory notes ot
tho aunt Jarnca U. Krurden, eaah bearing eren
date wllhthesud salo mortgage, each being for
mo sum oi ,jis ii-iui) uiroe nundreii.roriy-eignt
nnd ll-Il) dolkirs and being more fully
dcrlhed in saut mile mortgage, due and payable
t) tlio undersigned A. II. baii'ord. truster,
nt tliu City National Hank, Cairo, ith Interest
ht ten per cent, per annum from date, thai tb
undersigned A. 11, Huilord, trustee, hid legul
reiiresentntlvo cr attorney, should proceed and
sell the said prenil.es, as by s.ud salo mortgage,
provided, and exwrat to the purchaser ii good
nnd suflloicctdeed. ecnrcylng all tho right and
titlo of thrt .aid Janes H. Iteardctuind Mury V.
lteiirden, by sod .le mortgage, conveyed to tho
miderslgnod. Auduhoieas.Uolaultliuii baeu rr.a.lo
in tlio piiyinent of said notes and tho entire princi.
pal and interest "f owh cfs.sld notes, remain
iluo nnd un" d.
Now llirreferi, notice Is hereby given, thuth
vlruie of ilietcrius and uoadltlnna of said sal
mortg'ig. I wdl, on 'I'lnirsdny, thq 1th day ol
..... I . I nf I i .ill iit.i. I... i .. .i.a Ail:. nj
cniio. Illinois, iiuli.i hcur of ten o'elook, a.m.. o
Niitd dav. sell tho lirelnlsert nfnienlibt. l -nubile
vendue, to tlui highest bidder foneasU In band,
and will exeeuto and deliver to thA tmn.hs.er u
deed therofor. A. 11, SaVfoUI),
Mortgagee and Trustee,
(Imvx x fiiiiinT, Atlys, ' r pr3dsoJ
TOHN GATES
rroprlelor, of the
nilllurd Snloou and liar lfooin
EI Dorado
100 Commercial Ave,
I
I .
I Cairo
Illinois
I IS
ILL
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