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la these months
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ueh any ength of time. My aduce I. to dls.
continue them, and um
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iMHyniMOr Deeodont a usually maie; and
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way. A delightful beTerage.
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0rtaln In effect, and pleasant in operation.
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Ii not a patented Pill.
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. Extract Ithubarh.
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Purchase! bottle of llKI.MHOLD'B HA MA
PAK1LI.A and one box ol FILLS worth their
weight in gold.
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HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
,Jr Has aconlred a world-wide fame.
ALL of my preparation lire merltoriout
period of twenty yeart lin proved this t
Berremr)cs made by He niamln Trarerse, t. B.
C. It.: "peaking of those diseases, and diseases
anting from the excess of mercury, ho states
that no remedy la equal to the Kztract of fiarsa
perilla. it powerja extraordltarr. more ao than
any ether drug I am acquainted with. It If. in
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sjstam to aunkan, and ret to Irritable, at ren
ders jpilitriutwtaocel of the lonio clatt unarail.
able h ininrioua.
Be RKHAKKB ol the flUEAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OK AM EH1CA :
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
. North Third ttrcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
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Molt KftVctire Pill that I litre eter known for the
purpotet Intended. WM. K. WAKNEK A CO.
H(T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
hit remedie are th leault of long and careful
study. The Fluid Ktrfict hive been before the
public twenty veart. The tale of them In that
time proves their value. All have been benefit,
led by them who followed my Induction, and
to-day they atand unequalled In the extent of
their tale, and unaurpanscd br any medicament
In th Uitpenaatory of the United Htatet, not
excepting a tingle Herb, Hoot, Plant, or Helen
Pharmaceutical I claim all tnlno to I, and have
never patented a tingle one,
ro dlp.l any impreaaion or prejudL'o that
might exltt In the minds ol many against my
preparations, from the publicity given through
advertising, and that I am and hive been a drug,
gist for a period of twenty years, and morocon.
clutlvely lorr.ve this see fetter from the largest
manufacturing chcmlstt in the world t
. i . i i,l November 4, ism.
I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. Helmbold i he
occualeil the drug store opposite my residence,
and was successful In conducting the business
when others had not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charac
ter and enterprise. WILLIAM WKJIITMAN.
Firm of Powers A Wightman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Ilrown streets, Philadel
in. srian on iiiiib xt-aiTy.
The, Pill I have thought of ottering to tlio alllic
led for ten yeart.
They kre now perfect, and I aliall stake my
time, inonoy and fame on their effectiveness,
Tke igvltlng style n which the pill lltelfia made,
the bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
rare the? have been prepared. Aftor examina
tion, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead of tho nauteoiia-looking, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, and put up In
wooden boxes, and made generally, or offered
Sy those liar. Hg to experience at pliysiciant,
lirtiggutt or msnulacturors of medicines, teat
the medicine ottered by your obedttnt seiyant,
II. T. HELMBOLD.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, Ko. 691 Broadway,
New York. .
Palace Pharmacy, G User House, Prcadway, and
Tyrant. ninth street. New York.
Temple cf FlurjpAcjr.. Continental Hotel, Phila
dtipuia ; ao rta, vn bouid lenn nitet t, riiU'
Cfanrtercd March 31, 1800
City National Bank
i. II. HAFFOIID. President;
H. H. TAYLOIL Vlce-Presiilenli
W. HYHLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
"ARCF-AT, CHA8. flAI.KIHF.l!,
F. M. HTOCKFLETH, PAUL O. HCHUH. '
K II. CUNN1NC1UAM, w. I'.:iiali,idaV.
J. M l'ltll.Lli'H.
Oepslts ef any Amount Kecelred from
Interest paid on deposits ni the rate of U i-r cent,
per annum March 1st and Hept. 1st. 1
Interestnot withdrawn Isadded Immediately to
eomunlrnterest. ' "ru ,mm
nMrrieu womun and Cbllilrcii
,JJrlerolt Tnnneir so that
SO f INK let .Vac niv'iiniui
on."c.rr t't"ln," ,)4X ffom a rn.bi3p.in.
if Saturday etching fur HAVI.No DKI'd-irra
W. II 7HI.0P. Treasury
CITY NATIONAL BANK
npitul - - $100,000
W. P. IIAL.L.IDAY, President
A. U. HWVOUD, Cashier
WALTKIl HYHLOP, Aaalalnnt Casl.lo
Meo. II. nilllassioa.
A. II. KarTord,
. I'. Ilallldaj,
llohl. II. Cnanloahan
Exchange, Coin and
U. H. ISoiid Bought
a me!kral' uaVki jfo nrwi.ii bus.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BAMIEI. MI1HD, Frealdeatt
Collections Promptly Made
ExcbatiKe. Coin, Hunk .ote
nnd United NtatvH Necuri
tic Ilouclit and
Intrroxl Allowetl on TJrnc Deposlta.
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and VVAsh
AgcutM for Kock River Paper
CouipanyN Slicatlilng Fcit and
II.1V. John'H Improved Ilool
IncalwayH on liam!.
PAINTS' OILS, ETC,
II K I'aruer H. K. Wake
It K Kit &. II LA KB.
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window (ilnsH nml l'uttjr.
Brushes, Wall I'eper. Win .tow HU
95 OHIO iiKYKK,
Cairo - - - - initios
J afc E GREKMWAL1I
STEAM EN6INFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 248 Knst Pearl Strcot,
EARLY II 8T0HY LOCATION MAX.
I" Cairo Unhealthy?
TOBACCO MARKET, ETC, ETC.
From the Bt. Louis Journal of Commerce !
Cairo Ii undoubtedly tlin best slandered
town on the continent. Krer ulnco Dick-
cm wroto "Martin Cbuzzlewlt," it has
occn aMociaica in trio popuinr mind with
mi tno uismnl Horrors or Hcnddcfi Colony,
ao iimi tnoji pcopio nuvo rcmy nomo to tc
llero that here, fuver, death, InundHtioni
mid Hguo, liold Iilglt carnival, poverty bo
comes chronic and incurable, nnd lifo n
uurinen in tuort, tiiutit . "a place with
out ono ilnlo quality in cartn, or air, or
water to commend it.1'
Vi'q confesi to n pleasant lurprisc in
finding tills traditional Cairo m much a
pure fiction a tho "Wallcv of Eden'' it
self, and having cen nnd become pretty
won ncquainieu wuu mo actual Cairo, wo
tiropo'e, in tho following article, to spread
before our roaders lomo of tho facts wo
have trathered rcsnectinn its location, ro-
eource, present condition nnd futuro pros
pects, logouier wuu a uriot uccount or
ITS EAllLV IIISTOKV.
Thirty years ntro an effort was tot on
fool to build a city nt the mouth of tho
Ohio. Knglish capital to tho amount of a
million and a quarter of dollars was en
listed and somu headway made with the
project. Foundries, saw mills, machino
shops, a dry dock, hotel and other business
and manufacturing establishments wcro
erected, nnd some of them placed in oper
ation. Protective, embankments wero
thrown up, and a city markel out that
comported with the Utopian ideas of tho
projectors. Many hundred acres of land
contiguous wcro bought at extravagant
prices, and made tho basis of a credit for
the company. During a period of two or
threo years that inspired an unduo confi
dence in tho future of tho city, and the
company, believing that tho excitement
had not yet reached its zenith, perempto
rily refused to sell or lease n foot cf tho
land to either individuals or corporations,
for any purpose whatever. In this way
the very element that builds up 'Western
cities was :ut oil'. In time tho Company's
means wero exhausted ; the English house
through which it had negotiated
loans luiicu, ana soon thereafter tho
abandonment of the Co.nDanv'a
works and projects beenmu unovalda
blc. Dunne a succeeding period of four
teen yeart, tho place maintained a stale of
torpidity, interested parties wero urging
the passage through Congress of the Illi
nois Central land grant, whilo others were
engaged in tho work of relieving the city
site of the incumbrances to which it had
boon subjected. Tho passago of the bill
referred to through Congress was tho sig
nal for more vigorous measures. The
property was conveyed to two trustees,
who romoved every shadow from tho titlo
and in tho year 1852 commenced laying
off tho city. By an arrangement with tho
Illinois Central railroad, tho present
levees were, in part, constructed the trus
tees completing them tho whole at ft cost
of nearly half a million of dollars. In
tho summer of 1 B. 1 tho first lot was sold,
and what tho city is to-dfty U the growth
of the intervening period, something moro
than fourteen years. Every vestige of the
original eflbrt to build a city hero lias been
wiped out, Cairo as it stands being the cre
ation of tho time stated.
For tho above facts wo nro indebted to
tho Cairn Bulletin, n widf-awako daily
and weekly, published by John H.Oberly,
Cairo is cnloyins more real and sub
stantial prosperity than overbofore. Hav
ing suiioreu soverciy irom sjverai
"spells" of spasmodic growth, in
cident to oxtrnvacant sneculatine shemcs.
damaged equally by dazzling visions of
suauen wcaitn ana greatness, ana ny the
gloom of n n inovltablo reaction, she has,
at least, settled down to a steady prosper
ity, batsed upon a wiso development of
her resources, ti system of judicious city
improvements, nnd upon tho well directed
efforts of a class of reliable business men
to build up n prosperous commercial and
Tho levees, which now entirely surround
the city, are moro thitn eovon miles In ex
tent. 'Theso levees nro sovoral feet nbovo
tho crest of tho highest flood over known
In this locality, broad based nud woll set
tled! nnd. with an outsido slono of flvo or
six fuel to ono, all lntoral proasuro of tho
water is destroyed nlfordlng tho most nm
nlo L'unrnnteo nimlnst oven sorious annov-
nnco from tho tioods. Theso lovees wcro
constructed und will bo maintained per
petually, free of nny cost to tho citizen
nnd tax payer.
An extonsivo system of sowerngo effect
ually frees tho city from that herctoforo
intolerable nuisanco, slpo wnter, many
miles of streets huvo been filled up to n
level with tho levees, and tho rough
wooden shanties of early Cairo, nro rapidly
giving way to fino business blocks, woll
built, and in many casos, elegant nnd
costly private rosidonccs.
To givo somo Idea of tho extent of tho
city Improvements wo givo the following
items from a late report of tho Trustees of
the "Cairo City Proporty Co." There
havo been oxponded by tho Trustees over
$900,000, in cloanlng tho ground and
draining it, in building lovees for its pro
tection, wharves for tho accommodation fl
its commerce and mlscollanoous irr.provcf
inetits. Tho corporate authorities hnvo
oxpended about $500,000 in general Im
provements, and the Illinois Contral Kail
road Company, not loss than $200,000
moro, making tho wholo expenditure for
tho improvement of about 1,300 acres, not
loss than $1,000,000. "While tho matorlal
prosperity of Cairo is thus placed upon a
firm footing, tho moral nnd Intelloctunl
tone or people, is roflcctoil in its
l'UHLIC SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.
These, both ia ,Uo liberality of their
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 26.
support and ability employed and
thorough work accomplished will chal
lenge comparison with tho best in tho
land. Tho Public School Buildings, two
in number, wero built at cost of over
$00,000, and are tastoful nnd convenient
structures. Six hundred pupils nro on
rolled, nnd thirteen teachers employed, of
whom Prof. II. S. English, is tho ablo nnd
popular Superintendent. "Wo could fully
appreclato tho genuine prldo which Cairo
fools in hor public schools after looking
through their various departments, as we
did the other day. For orderly, quiot do
portment, the earnest but cheerful atten
tion of tho boys and girls to tho work in
hand, and prompt and accurnto recitation,
wo havo seldom toon theso schools equalled.
Atl hnnnf l Ana tn Prof. Knallah nnd his
corps of teachers for the good work they
arc doing. The churches are eight in
number, distributed among tho leading
. .! 1 -ll .-I I
ucriuuiin&uous biju nru wuu Busbuiiicu.
CAtnO A.S A TOllACCO EARKF.T.
The facilities which a locality possess for
nanuiing any ol the great stapio produc
tions of tho country, constlluto ono of the
most important factors In its growth nnd
uovoiopnient. Jioro than threo hundred
million pounds of tobacco nro annually
raised in tho United States, and, ns for
well known reasons, ow lork und .Now
Orleans aro fast loosing tho importance
they onco had as tobacco markets, it is not
strange that wido awako towns nil through
tho Interior, aro cacerlvirranpine for nriv-
ilageof handling, nt least, a eharo of this
tremendous production. Individual enter
prise nside, plainly thoso places will best
succeed In tho ruco of competition, that
aro most eligibly situntcd with reference,
to shipments, in tho tobacco growing reg
ions. In this regard Cairo simply claims
a first place and this from no spirit of
arrogancebut only because. Nnturo com
pels her to that pre-eminence. Tho waters
of tho Ohio, Missouri, upper Mississippi
and their tributaries or moro than
twenty thousand miles of navigable rivers
now past ho wharrs. hilo these rivers
penetruto n larco number of tho thirtv-ono
States in which tobacco is being, at pres
ent, raised, making it possible, for them
nil, to be, in ono sonso tributary to hor
makot, thoso rcclons In which tobneco is
n leading stapio of production, are immcd-
iiuuiy aujaccni to vairo.
fctitutlcs from tho Bureau of Agricul
ture, show that tho States of Kentucky.
and Tennessee, Indiana and Illinois, Mis
louri and Arkansas, grow annually
over 130,000,000 pounds of tobacco, or
nearly onc-hnlf the product of tho cntiro
country. A market which is so nearly n
geographical center or this region, and
which offers to tho plantor such cheap fa
cilities for transportation, posscssos natu
ral advantages too obvious, to nood moro
than a mcro mention. Another fact im
portant to buyers is this. Baing a sort of
half-way house, for both tho Ohio and
Mississippi Illver Packets, where they all
stop, theroissuuh competition for tho car
rying trade, that freights, both to Xow
Orleans ana nevr l orK. aro now, ana win
continuo to bo clicapor from thi, than
rrom any othor point on tno rivers.
Such much for the natural advantages
of Cairo fur building up a large distribu
ting market. But thesa without individu
al enterprise nro nothing. To this fact
sho is beginning to wake up. I). Ilurd &
Son, tho energetic proprietors of tho Bal
lard "Warehouse, nro rapidly demonstra
ting that this placo ought to havo nnd can
havo Its proper position ntuong tho great
tobacco markets of tho country. Besides
sending the right kind of men among the
planters, to represent their mutual inter
ests, they issuo n weekly circular, which
gives a, full and intelligent rcstimo of the
market, quotations of sales for the
week, together with such informa
tion nnd advico ns the grower may
need. They also havo in contemplation a
fair, to bo h'eld sometime in June, at which
at least SI 200 in gold will bo distributed
as premiums. "Wu nro glad to bo ablo to
roport that unexpected succes is attending
their cntorprising efforts. Tho opening
sale of this warehouse was on tho Tth of
February last, and up to tho present timo,
Mav Cth". tho receipts have been 425G hbds,
and the actual sales for this year will not'
fall short of seven thousand hlids. Thoro
It a regular board of buvors from St. Louis,
Now Orleans, Cleveland, Detroit and othor
cities, whllo the local buyers, nro numer
ous, und among tho most liberal in tho
country. As an evldonco of tho satisfac
tory character of tho sales, wo would stuto
thtitthero hnvo been only oigiitocn rejec
tions during the season. Tho following
quotations lakon from tho Tobacco Circu
lar of D. Ilurd & Son issued May 0th, will
show tho qualities of tobacco offered nnd
prices got on tho brakes of Cairo.
Sales to-day wcro 78 hhds and 3 boxes
ns follows :
hlula trashy Iurs 8 4 ooto lM
10 " Rood Kfnliif ky lug 7 " l
13 " Illinois lutts 4 IS to fi ao
10 Illinois low leaf. ft 3 to 6 U.1
7 " crooil Illinois leaf. 6 15 to SW
13 " Kentucky shippers 0 BU to 7 40
" " plebnld IS Mto 19 75
3 " " pieu-M wrapper 'A' ) to 24 85
1 " Ilriulit Kentucky wrapper ...43 40
2 hones...... ;. 4 40 to C S3
4 hluls rejection.) 8 15 to 0 U5
(To be Continued.
Ills Last Honrs lie II ejects (lie Clergy
and Dies Willi IiUaphemy on his
On last Thursday the noted criminal
whoso name Htands at tho head of this
article was hung in lliuyhaiuptou, Now
York. Ilelow wo givo an accouut of
the manner in which ho Hpuut his last
hout s, from tho New York Sun ;
At daybreak ho was offered breakfast,
but took only coffee. Of this ho drank
freely. At 0 o'clock ho was romoved to
the room in the Sheriff's house. Hero ho
spent the time lounging on his bed chatting
frivoously with his watchman, looking
out tho window
WATOIUNU T1IK CHOW1)
gathering to bo near his execution, and
pacing the floor. At half ptst nine ho ngiiin
sumomned his only lntliioutiul friend in
town, his counsel, Mr George Bocker.
Mr. Bcckor was uwalting tho summons,
and was promptly with him accompanied
by his clerk nnd Mr. "Whitney, who has
also bcon earnest In his sympathy for him.
Tho prisoner was then guarded by two
watchman stutloncd in tho room, und
the third outsido tho door, Kulloff received
his visitors cordially, saying "Ploaso bo
Mr Becker rruponded to hii greeting,
Uftll, lllt.n. a ...... II .
Iluiiofn'' 'uoung, r,uwara
"Bettor then perhaps you could expeot."
Becker Slnco your brother Is not here,
juu w inn 10 suy aiiyinuig io me in
regard to tno
DtSl'OSIT OK TOUR REMAINS?
Kulloff Yes: I don't wish mv remains
to be desecrated. If burled In tho Pottor's
Fiold, thoy will probably bo disturbed by
somo hvona. Can't thev bo placed In a
vault somowhara to await tho action of
my friends, if I hnvo anv 7
Becker I will try and havo that done.
But always expecting your brother on, and
ns you havo not mentioned tho subject to
mo before, but havo rothcr evaded It, I
havo mado no arrangements. I will
endeavor to carrv out vour wishes. I can
not, hwowevcr, undertake to be responsible
for what 'the Sheriff will do.
Mr. Becker thon called the altantion of
tho guard present to witness what had boon
said. Thov all said thev understood ll.
Mr. Becker continued Edward, you
uavo aiwnys proiessea to no a philosopher,
nnu io pinco your rejianco on pniiosuphy,
and no rellirion. Can vou dlo like n stoic 1
Bulloir Vcs; leavomo alone for that.
oocratcs took tho hemlock. Cicero was
murdered on tho seashore. Seneca commit
ted suicide. I shall endeavor in mv hum
bio wav to meat death
WITH THE SAME FOUTir.UDi:.
Becker Thoro nro somo elerevmen
who havo tendered their services, nud aro
now wntintr vour biddinc if vou will havo
ineir ministrations, i liny nuvo expressed
a readiness nnd n desiro to administer anv
spiritual comfort to you that may bo in
Bulloir "Well, I thank vou: lam a
man ofstronc convictions. I will not
chanee mv mind In a dav or nn hour unon
n subject of so much Importance. I never
alter my mind without a reason, and I seo
no reason to chance it upon that subject.
An importunato Bohemian, purporting
to represent tho anticapital punishment
organ of Xow York, forcod his way into
tho room at this point, HulloQ said ho
wisnca to treat every had y kindly, out no
was now engaged in conversation with
his counsel nnd desired to be alone. Tho
Bohemian cot out.
Kulloff then walked to tho window over
looking the lawn back ol tho Court Home,
which covered with people. Ho asked,
"What aro all theso pcopio doing here?"
Becker Most of them aro from tho
county, and not from tho city. Thcro
has nevor been an execution in Broom
Kulloll y oil, l supposo they havo a
morbid desiro to
SEE A MUUDEK COMMITTED.
He then turned from the window nnd
snt down besido Mr. Bcckor.
1 1 wonder If that Tribune man it back
again. He is quite a young man and evi
dently inexperienced. Ho had to get in
sumcthinir about Harvard. Ho is a nlco
boy. but miner aovnomoric. Jio will im-
provo protiauly wttn age." uuiiou tuon
crew facetious, sayinc :
' Orocloy wrote n funny article nbout
me n Httlo while ngo. It was only shown
to mo last night. By the way, did you
LAST STORY AUOUT GREELEY?
Ho had been out to dinner ono day, and
wrote n report of it himself. In his re.
port ho mentioned that tho company was
entertained with cltumpai'no and Ilcld-
seick. Tho next day the assistant editors
thought they had the old man, and gather
ed around to hear what ho would say
wncn tno mm was poinieu out io mm.
1 Woll, by O 1' said Horace, "I'll bet
I am the only man in this ollico that could
mako that mistake.''
Tho story seemed greatly to amuso both
Kulloff and his auditors. Afterwards ho
told the story of tho collcgo student who
kept a barrel of beer in his room, and cot
so strong that he could lift a wholo barrel.
With these and similar anecdotes ho con
sumed tho timo until tho arrival of tho
Sheriff to announce tho reudines3 of tho
prcperations for tho hanging.
Kulloff and Becker then shook hands
cordially. Kulloff said to his counsel, "I
hope you will not entertain anv hard feel
ings towards mo for anything I may ever
havo said to you inadvertently. The
deplorable- situation In which I havo al
ways been since I met you, has mado me
Irritable and nearly distracted. Pleaso bo
present to tho last." Then hesitating ho
added, "If you desiro me to say nnythln
publicly I will do so."
Becker What do vou mean?
Kulloff I mean any further apology for
MY RUDENESS YESTERDAY.
Becker No. I nm perfectly satisfied.
havo always endeavored to entertain a
pleasant recollection ol our personal rota
tions with each other in our intercourse as
client nnd attornoy. Good bye.
Kulloll Good byo; tako enro of your
self. Mr. Becker left him with thoShorlfr and
his Dotmtlas to prepare him for his exocu-
Standing collnrs pointed in front aro in
Street drosses nro worn niodorntoly high
nt tho throat.
Plain belts will bo moro worn this year
than sash ribbons.
Small-mcslicd groniidinos aroused this
vnar will, ll.rl.t l.ln.L- .111.- . ., ,1 . ! t .1
jv, ...... ..p, o.t.k titiuvinnitH,
Whilo muslin drossos havo u kind of
postilion of laco and muslin, instead of u
Lyons poplins nro to bo much worn
Ten and Frou-Frou shades aro must alloc-
AVIiito cround, with lionclled strlns
either of black or colors, aro to bo fash-
lonaoio tor summer suits.
Strips on pongees aro an Inch wide,
l'hi in color, tea, and London smoko aro
tho most fashlonablo shades.
Klegant Leghorn bonnots for older
ladies art) trimmed with palest ecru, and
ostrich tips of tho two colors.
ftoTIt cost San Francisco $5,800 to try
Mrs. Fnlrjltcost Mrs. Fair Sl'J.OOO, in
cluding $5,010 to hor suniur counsel, to be
tried, and it cost ono of tho papers thero
$1.4:ir to phonograplilcally report nnd
print tho trial. Mrs, Fuir Is such nn
ospnnsivo fotualo that tho community can
ntlord to keep but fuw of her.
8Dr. Medllcott, of Lawrence, has
been hold for trial for tho murder of Isanc
Iro Prepared to Supply Customers
with the Ilcst Quality or
Orders left nt llallltlaj Bros. mee,
No. 70 Ohio I.evee, or nt the 4'onl
Yard below the Ht. Chnrles Ho
tel, will Receive Prompt
Tl.o Tu "Montauk" trill bnnR Coal alonRsnie
Cairo, lli-t. gfth. IKTii if
BOOTS AND SHOES.
yM. E If I. E IW,
FASHION, II I.K
BOOT IHD SHOE 1KB
Between Wnslilnglon Ave ic I'oplar St
Boot nnd Hhoesi .Maile Io Order. Fines
J H. IIAKHEX,
GLASSWARE nnd HOUSE FUUViSH
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
J" GEORGE HTEIN1IOVME
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial ar.,
IN TIII7 PERRY HOUSE
Sharp AaKora, Clean Toivel and Skill.
iui st orKinen.
I.aJies'and ChlMreu's Hair Cut nnd Shampooned
either at tun shop or
AT THEIK OWN HOMES.
Gentlomen'a Whiskers and Hair Dyed in awion
tilic manner, nnd satisfaction Kiiaranteod.
J"IIX IIYLAXDS NAL.OOJV
la anpplleil with all kinds of
OX COMMERCIAL AVENUE
llt-lweeii Eighth nnd MnthStreetx,
e thlrsty,"whD love Rood llo,uor, should Rive
him a call, nnd tlioo who want a
aFRJLGR AJf T CIGAR
Can have their wants supplied at his Imr.
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon nnd Bar Boom
100 C'omuicrciiil Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
I'. J. OAMS.
ii. c cauv.
I, U. I.0D1WCK.
Corner Sixth nml Wnluut Streets,
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors,
Commercial Ay., Opposite Post Ollico
JOSKIMI BAYLISS, Proprietor.
The House Is newly lurnMiod niut oilers to the
ulilln Hrt.i'lx sffnmiiKidutliiiK . fol7d
Board and Tuition per annum, J220.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
InaiiL'iirimil hi ii. nil 1'rTiice Arthur. Hoard
and tution peranunni, l'rident, tho Very
jifv.i.it'iimuMiii'. i'., I'uuu oi uuron. ror
particular apply tn Major Kvun, l.omlon, Canmla
DAILY PAPER IN KGYFT
210 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
AUYHYfi on unnu a nno iwck oi
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
"Particular attention given to repairing Klne
OB-Tlie largest stock of Gold and Silver Spec
tacles In the city. ny7d3m
Kew Custom House, Cairo. UN.,
.nny i(tii, mi
felled proposals will 1,0 received at tho oftlca of
HuiieriniiMident of the new Custom House, at
Cairo, Illinois, un 1 4 n'clcolc p.m., theWth day
of May, 1x71, for Hllinr; anil uradln the Custom
llousf Mock. Tho propussL tn bo mode for toe
ruble yard delivered, and will he measurod after
filling l,y the Superintendent or an authorized
nuenti and in per cent of all payments to
ho retained until completion of the contract. The)
earth retired will li almnt 7,10 cuhic yards,
morn or less, and the fllllnR to kocompletedon or
mils be accompanied j n lnd of tvr reepnnsl.
h!e persons In the sum of one thousand dollar
mm me iimucr wm accept nnu perrorm tno eon
tract awarded to him.
The llepartmetit reserves the rlghl to reject
any or all the proposals.
I'rnposals to be endorsed, "Proposals for Fllllnz
and Oradlnii'1 ami ftddres.ed O, II. yeasn, .Super
Intendent of Custom House, Cure, Illinois.
Beventy.nve to two hundred dollars per month
everywhere, male and female, to Introduce the
(leniilno Improved Common .Sense Kamlly Hewing
Machino. Th s ma?hlr.e will atltch, hem, fell,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, unlit and embroider In a
most superior manner. Price only 1S. Fully
warranted for five vi-ars. We will ay 1,000 for
any machine that will sew n stronger, more beau
tiful or moru ehtic seam than oars. It makes tho
"hustle Lock Stitch." Kvery second stitch can
l.e cut, nnd still the cloth cannot li pulled apart
without tenting it. We pay agents STS to J2i'per
month and expenses, oracoiumlssion from which
twice that amount can be mado, For circulars
a-jd terms, apply to or address,
C. IIOW'KIIS A CO.,
llOSpruce Street, I'hlladelphla, Pa.
CAfTtor. Uo not be Imposed upon by other
parties piImltiR oil worthless cast iron machine
under tlm same name or otherwise. Ours Is tho
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
Inventors hatlnr bnuinoss will, it:i.i
States I'atcnt Oltice will find it to'theirndvantaee
to Intrust It in tho panels of the old established
Mason. Fenwick & Lawrence,
1 ntent Agenti, 'Waalilugtoa, !..
Thev have donn mv husinpss tn mv saiIV,.
iton, ami I take pleasure in recommending them
to S estcrn Inventors.
Inventornt Improved ltevolvlnj Tubutjr Wster
Cairo, April ao, 1871.
QITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLK AGENCY FOK
Shoes & Slippers.
Commercial Avennei Corner of Eighth
Ntrect, Cairo, 111.
I'articnlsr attention ralil to nil trders for
UUOl'siKIHTa and SilOFJ. aprStf
JTAND EORTIIE .ADI,EHS
ONLY $1 25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS;
TAKE Tilt CARS Or THE
li.l WHENCE A5D
UALVEMTON II. B. UNE,
f.i.Vi-eiej nml IC ansai City aud visit
. t 1 1 a Re O 011 ulry,
The (lartlcn Spot of Kansas
TICKETS FOR SALE
I'AUK From verponl, Indoaderry
GlnxKoiv w 4iieeualown to CiUra
Nulloril, Morrln &. Cautlcc. Aut'n
MvintrooL, m:w vouk and Philadelphia
Under contract wltli the United States and British
(iovernmenta forcarrylng the malls.
For rasaee TicUeis or further information
pply toJOllS a. DALE, Afrut, 13 kwdwy,
Nuv Votk.ortn fl, JlOUl'T,
Sia WashlhRlon avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
aQ WI.VSTOX A: CO.,
(Successors to John Q. Ilarman & Co,,)
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEF
Buy and Soli Ileal Estate
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