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JMTEREKT PAYING PLAN:
A new ud novel ayatem of Life Inaiiritu
rentlv Introduced by thn
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r u . ' f 1 '
My ihlaatateai. Life laaaraneeiafurnlened at
a litils noit aj by the ueual plum, and the pol
icy bol erreceltes an .annual Interest ol seven
Mr ceut, apoo-etl the money paid by httn lo the
C.mpanr; hit nnul premiums thus eartslntr
hi may. muvhSaa government bond.
'The plan har been thoroughly criticises and
fully indorsed by the mot eminent acttiarlr.
nd skillful mathematicians in the land i indee..
It haa not yet bren I be subject of unfavoralJe
mention In nyrepectblo quirter.
OFFICE OF JUK COMPAJI Y t
Northweit corT Fourth & OUre Sts.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
ARTHUR B. BARRETT, Fresldonl
Brhj. Viluamb, Secretary.
putt hUh In Kt ol aouDd, thrifty Writerr
11". 'F 1 ?" T"li.V7'77J
I'll mrihHt eneufh to cover 4II11
liakilltiii in additlo j tn the capital
It ha one hundred tbouund dollar deunniea
ia ona ouourev lonuunu
wltil IMIuwil'iiniwn a a perpetual dint
antee to It poller holdera
coaaollad. ful r. wlln tbe near lawi ol Ltie
lyantorcea inaninoaeoi taaiern siaica.
It Inraata it fund livtlie West. ataonK the
ft opli from whom they are received.
W?STliVJ0.fSu!,J,J''.11,41 M4 !"'
Ita'anual,lncooa.romh,lntrat alone w
already more taan .UtHoleal to pay Ita loaaea.
. It iaauei uolioiaaHDon tbe ordinal t tifeanilen
iapHaitt 'l aarai rate Mother flMU
Tbe pulley riydira recalr all the pro fit a in an
The aioclt holderk can twelve only teu per
eaatJntereit en their ctplint, by the tepna t
The 8tU ol lllmolipaid lut year
Wby usd io much money out of the State-.
stray to NewrJIetk aa1 Mw Eogland for an artlc
thaUBiy neprpquces jiv ei cneap'y vorinoro ao
CATAWBA OKAPje PILLS.
CATAWIIA ORAPK PILLd.
CATAWUA OltAPE PILLS.
CATAWDA OKAPK PILLH.
CATAWBA OKAPK PILLS.
CATAWBA OIUPK PILLH.
CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS.
FLUID KXTBACT BARM A PA RILL A.
rl.CID EXTRACT HAHHAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT RAKKAPARILLA.
fLUID EXTRACT BARHAPARI LLA.
'LL'ID EXTRACT HARM APA RILL A.
FLUID EXTRACT 8 ARK APA RILL A.
FLUID EXTRACT HARAAPAIIILLA.
A P R T L , MAY AND -JUNE,
pcmrr tub blood.
In the.e monthi
UELMUOLD'n FLUID EXTRACT AUSAPA
BILLA Cure all Erupt iooa of the PUIn.
UELMBoLD'a FLUID EXTRACT HARSAPA
BILLA Curea Ui wor.t form of Illooil I)iea.e.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BARftAPA
Patera hearily Into the Circulation of the
IIELMBOLD'r) FLUID EXTRACT KAMAPA
RILLA IWutlfle the Complexion.
All Pondera and outward application! utroy
be aklaj rendr.a it harah an.1 cetrne, Ixok at
be akin of old malda and thone who hateuaed
uch any lenarth of time
My adrice i to ill.
eoalimiM tbrm. and cm
HELMllOI.Il's FLUID EXTRACT
One lottle la equal In etreogth to o:ie kHo:v uf
the Hyrupa or Decoclonj aa uaually made ; atyl
'wlne-((fa kd.led to a pint of water equal the
ca'ebrated LISBON 1)1 Kr HKIMC. Try It till,
way. A delightful beverage.
IIELMIlOLD'a CATAWIIA (IRAVE PILL
II ELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA OP. A IT. PILLS
A pleaaanl, eafe ami aj;reeab'.cCatharti-.
11 ELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA nilAPE PILLS
l!el In all arlti'tlon where a Piircatlre MeJIefne
HELMUOLD'H CATAWIIA OUAPK l'II.I
llirrnteae to a child, and taken by children.
hklmbold'k catawiia obapk pii.i.s
Huperaele llaKnexia, ri.lta and every other Pur
gMlre. HELMBOLD'S CATAWIIA flRAPE PILL.",
Certain In effect, and pleaaant In operation.
HELMUOLD'H CATAWBA (IRA PE PI LI.
I not a patented Pill.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
Are composed ot Catawln Grape Julie ami Fluid
Ki tract IthuUrb.
How t proceed in the Mprlng and Summer
months to in.ure new life, new biuod.new visor :
Purchaaetwo bottlen of llKLVHOLIVB HABSA
PAUII.I.A and one box ol PII.I.S worth their
weight in gold.
Ho better investment can be made lor ao email
IIELMBOLD'fl fluid extract BUCIIU
Hat acquired a world-wide fame.
Ahh of my preparation are meritorlou. A
period of twenty yearn ha proved this to be
See remark! made Iry neniamtn Traverie, F. R.
C. M. Hpeakiec of thoae dlaeaeea, and dieeaaca
ariaing from the exceaa of mercury, ha atates
thai no remedy la equal lo the Extrant.of fiaraa.
parilla. ita 'power la extraordicarr. more aothan
any ether drug I am acquainted with. It In In
in the atricte.t aenee, a tonic, with thla Invaluable
attribute that It la applicable to a elate of the
tilem ao luntten, and vet ao irritable, aa ren
der other tubatancea of the tonlo claaa unavail.
able or Iniurinua.
See REMABKHot the OREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OP AMERICA :
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
11 North Third atreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Eateemad Friend I congratulate you nn
having the handaomeal and at the aame tune the
Moil Effective I'ill that I hive ever known for the
purpoaea Intended. WJ1. It. WARNER CO
11. T. HeliMhold will remaik. in concluion. that
bit rrmeoiea aro the rciult of long and careful
atady. Tbe Flu. d Extrnctahave been befoie the
public twenty teara. The rale of them In that
time prove their talne. All have been benefit
ted by them who followed my instruction, and
tolav they aland unequalled in the extent of
ineir late, unit unurpaaeu u any medicament
in the Iiiapenaatory of the United blatea, not
excepting a ulnKlf) Herb. Root, Plant, or Scien
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine to be, ami have
never patented a single one.
To d Del any linnresaion ir Pre udi:e that
might exiat in the mind ol many against my
preparation!, from the publicity given through
aurenilinfi, aau mat i um ami nave uevn a urug
gltt for a poriid or (wen y years, and more con
clailvely to pr.ve toil e letter from the largest
manufacturing cnetniiii in ine worm t
rsovemlxr 4, ItU.
1 am a nuaiuted with. Mr. II. T. Ilclmbohi ; he
occupied the drug atnre opposite my realdence,
and wai luvceaaful in conducting the hu'lnen
where other had nnt Ihco tqu lly o before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with, hi chirac
iaraiuientarDrie. WILLIAM WlOilTHAN.
riviu oi rower wiRnunao. inanuiaciurinir
cbemltta, Ninth and llrown streets, PhiUdel-
AIL ITAKD OX TMIta UKI1TH,
The Pill I h. ,v.. ...... i. .i.. .,u..
ted for ten yeara. s ' "
tlm. T.t"r P'rf!, and I shall stake my
Th. :5I1iy.;!?'. f"le, 0I h,l etfectlvene.a.
A." LT't'me. in which the binltaelf ia made.
"X" . wrapper-all ahoW with what
V.V" l"'"wett prepared. After 'examlba.
l- rr""1"" "vrrrnch prenarannn will ahow
" inatead VTta-Ri5u5.rTO:
inairr I'irn. inn km au.ii .
piepared PHI. vended Vene rally" and put up 5
TJfLS? ".f.eM.' ".PhVwalE
rh:7?::.i-:: !-m.t. teat
.... ............ ,v Juuf wuvuiem servant,
II. T. IIF.LMBOE.D.
Crystal Palace Drug Htore, Nn, 004 Rroadwav
New York. '
Palace Pnarmicy. flllsey llouae, Broadway, and
Twealy.nloth street, New Yoi k. "
Tempi it Pharmacy, Continental Hotel, Phila
delphia; nad No.' 104 Botltb, .Tenth street, Phil-
Tad Lincoln lias been sericmlv 111 In
h'otrlj- k thomanil pcrions hro vlltcd
the You-tnite Vitlloy thl. season.
Mrs. J.aura Fair thowi no change of
spirit! or health nlnco icntonco of dcalh
has been jpajjod upon her.
The. Internal jo venue, department bai
declderf to reduce Ihvj'ntimber, of .aaalatant
aueswrio 14,000, lng 1,000 leu at tho
ond of the fiscal rear, on Juijr 1st, than at
The new law requiring the name of
steamboats to be painted In white letters
on a black ground, is nbout to bo enforced
by the Treasury Department.
Tho.Intcrnatlonal Typographical Union
is now in session in Baltimore. Two la-
die aro on tho floor, Miss Mary Moore
from ?ow lork, and Miis Augusta Lowif,
correipondlng secretary of tho Union.
Tho ravages of smallpox in London
continue to incrcaio at a fearful rato.
About two weeks hco tho number of
deaths In one week was two hundred. Tho
populace arc much alarmed, and thcro is
a loud call for universal vaccination.
1'rcparutions are being made fur tho im
mediate commencement of work on tho
new railroad between Baltimore and Chi
cago. Alio road will bo an air lino from
Chicago to I'itUburg, where it will con
nect with the Ccntervillo road, striking
tt.e main Htem of tho Baltimore and Ohio
at Cumberland, Maryland.
Kx-Henator Warner has conclnded to
accept the appointment of Ooternor of
Hon. Joshua Van Sant has been unani
mously nominatoil for Mayor of Balti
more by tbe Democratic ond conservative
convention of that city. The election
take", place In October.
In the opinion of Mrs. Ktlzabetb Cady
Stanton, post-masters and 'other federal
officers should bo elected by the people of
the district where they aro to serve. That
astute lady says the President would not
then be able to glvo offices to nU.hu rela
tions, or to sell thorn out In exchange for
horaeshouics, dogs and cigars.
Blabop Wliltebouae Uefltd by Ilr.Tjtaa;.
Ciiicaoo, JunoS. Jtov.S; II.Tyng, Jrn
of New York, who preached yesterday for
Mr. Cheney, had previously received a
noto from Bishop Whitehousc, notifvintr
him of Mr. Cheney's deposition, and re
minding him of tho canon iorbiding par
tlcipntion in sorviccs with a deposed cler
gyman. Mr. Tyng paid no heed to the
letter, but prcacht-u both sermons. Mr.
Cheney reading tho morning and evonlng
service for him, and the two gontlemen
uniting in administering tho eucharist.
The congregation was tho largest ever as
semblcd In Christ Church in tho evening;
even tho chancel and vestry
wero crowded, and hundreds of
people wero obliged to go away
not being able to obtain even standing
room. In tho afternoon sessions no allu
sions wero made to tho existing troubles,
but in the evening tbe sermon boro di
rectly upon them, being on tho text:
"Jciut beard that they had cast him out.
and when he bad fouud him, ho said unto
him, dost thou believe in tho Son of God?"
John IX, 35v. Mr. Tyng said among
other things, wnoa tbe church interferes
with the rights ana Individual consciences,
illuminated by tho Word of Ood, and tho
liberty of tho Cbristain in his relation to
his Lord, then theclurch becomes anti
Christ, for it assumes the functions of
Christ, and substitutes itself in Christ's
stead. At such a timo of apotttacy from
Christ, and his Truth, it is a blessing to bo
excommunicated, for, amon cast outs of
tho church aro to bo found the ones of
Clirl.t. This pussago was recoived with
nnnlause. which Mr. Tvn? immediately
chocked, reminding his nuditors that tboy
wero in the church ot uod, and not a lec
ture room. Mr. Tyng concludod by ex
horting his hourors to hold fast to tho old
Catholic doctrine In the essentials unity;
n non-essentials liberty, and In all things
Hml-Trea and Dresi Hulta-Buatneaa
hulta-nsiiria, collar, aau iraiau
lluta sued Miuas.
IFrem Harper's Ussar.
The snrine and sutnmor suits worn by
centlenien to church and on dress occa-
siens consists ox a qbtk ciotu coat, wnite.
vest, and lavender pantaloons. The coat
Is a JNewmargei, a irocK-coat, longer man
that of last season, mado to roll low, and
fasten with thrco buttons. Tbe whl.to
duck vest, is cut low and, double-breasted.
Tbe easy-fitting pantaloons are of doeskin,
Willi nno twill ana son nap, or oi sirtpcu
Thnrn is no chaneo in tho suit worn for
full dress. It still consists of a black swal
low-tail coat, black pantaloons, and
white vest rolled very low to display an
ombroldeied shirt lront.
During business hours gentlemen wear
entire suits of dark Scotch mixtures in
strlncs. the morest lino ofwhita on black,
brown, or crav crounds. Tho cout is in
the Newmarket shape, ethr single or
double breasted, with noekati and flics.
For general use at this season, ft. frock
ww or diagonal cloth, olthor black or
CAIJIO, ILLINOIS, JUNE 8 .
dark bluo, will be found useful in t gen
tleman's outfit. Tho vest accompanying
of striped Marseilles, white, with a
light pencil lino of blacjc or dark blue,
titny pantaloons complete t'tis costumo.
Traveling suiU aro of tho Scotch elotbo,
either plain groy or striped, mado with
sack or frock coat, buttoned high. Vests
to match, with collars.
Shirt fronts continue in the styles last
quoted, viz., plain double linen, or one or
two wido plaits each lido of a box-plaited
contre. Rutllcs, puffs, horizontal tucks
and full gathered shirt fronts nro not
The English standing collar, with turned
down point n front, is much worn at
present. Von Bcust is tho namo given to
tbe stylo most used. If or summor tho
prefercnoo will be for deep turned over
collars, qnlto large, and worn very low at
the throat in Byron fashion.
Stripes at In favor both for scarfs and
masc-ap neclcue. ur ready-made-up lies
tbe yindjQr,.Li now the only ahapo worn.
Tho knot is smaller and the ends narrower
than in tho wintor tie, showing more of
uiu sum iront. 1'iain uiuo or DiacK, or
elso striped with white, aro most in favor.
Scarfs of twilled Indian silk, cut bias, and
a yard long, aro now common property,
interchangeable between husband and
wife, as those worn by gentlemen nro
selected out of tho samo caso at tho fur
nishing slorrs from which ladles mako
Tbo summer hat that will soou anncar
on tho promnnado is of poarl-colored cas
slmere, with bluish tint. Tlio crowp, not
quite as tall aa last year's stylo, is six and
a-half inches high, and has a light band
of rcp'ped ribbon, fastened by a small
buckle on tno Ictl. 'iho curved brim rolls
high on tbo sides, and. bus a binding lo
match the band. Tlio black silk bat now
worn is of tho shape lust described. Un
dress hats of dark cassimere have half
high round crowns.
Shoes for summer aro of tho low cut,
Oxford shape, tied on the instep in n dif-
lercni lauiion irom tno .Mollore siioo late
ly worn. .Tho toes aro broad. beeU low.
and tbo ample soles show at tbo sides.
Comfort and symmetrical shape aro con
sidered, but thoro is evidently no attompt
to make tbe foot look small. The shoe
for full dress is a congress gaiter of glove
kid, with single sole.
THE SENTENCE OF MRS. FAIR.
aVriRKlXU StCKBfK in A SAW PjtAlT.
The Wretehcel Wootat Hen to reel to be
fFrom the New York HraIJ; June 4.
Bm Pt!nco, June 3 1871.
The court onened at ten thla mnrnlnir.
and continued until half-past eleven to
in the caso of LUtlcfleld, one of the jurors
wno condemned Airs. rmr.
"William Mae'Nnmnru, a special police
man, mado affidavit, which was read, to
tbe effect that ho had heard Llttlefiold sny
at the timo of tho shooting of Crittenden
by Mrs. Fair that if he wero a juror in
the caso he would
IIANO THE WOMAN.
On being examined for a juror he stated
that ho had formed no opinion, and had no
bias cither way.
Mr. J.ittlclield nrppnlo.l n mum... m
Jjvit denying the wholo stntoment of
Tho COUmol for thn Attittnnn nr.nm.1 .. .
length nn tnrtmntlnn in iKa nnw . ! .. i
on tho ground contained in tho ailidavlt
IMPECAni.NO THE JURORS,
Metsri. A. M. Beach nnd D. K. Litllctlold;
also on tho question of jurisdiction on tho
uiu ut cacepiiuns.
On tho conclusion of thn arininient f.ir
defence, tbo Judge, still seated, went on
io my mai no uuu given tno matter care-
e..l T l . r , , . , , , .
iui cuuaiueraiiun, anu wotllU 00 glad 10
have the least doubt as to
THE JUSTICE OF THE VERDICT.
The prisoner had every advantage tho
law could civc. Tho caso. that shouln
havo been tried in ten days, occupied a
momn. in tno case or tbe lurors bo d d
not think they had formed a direct opin
ion, merely a newspaper impression, and
if jurors wero
TO 11 E EXCLUDED FROM RKADINO -VEWfl-
wo novor could got a jury. Aa to tbo
qualification of the Juror, Beach, ho did
not think the testimony contained in tho
affidavits sufficiently to tbo point to dis
qualify blm. Ills character for repsccta
bility was amply testified to.
In tho case of tlio other juror, Little
field, it is simply and affidavit agai nsi one
man who knows bo dld not by another
man who says, ho did.
Tbe Judeo further said It was bard to
mako any court bollove that men of re
spectability would work themselves into
a jury for tbe purpoeoof securing a con
viction. It only remains for mo now
TO PASS THE SENTENCE,
tbo saddost duty of my Ufa.
Mr. uampuell l rcsumo my motion
for judgment upon tho verdict.
Mr. COOK I aik rtermiiainn In nln nn
Monday ray crounds of cxcentlon nunc
the court Liftura D. rair,.you were
indlctrid by tho grand jury"of the city and
county of Sun FranciscoVor tho unlawful
I (III. a at a . . a m.
anting ot Aioxanuer Crittenden. That
indictment was sent to this court for trial.
You wero furnished with an ininartinl
lurv. .You worn alilv iirnilil lie inun.
soL. Tho jury .pronounced you guilty.'
.Have VOU'un V lepul ranan tnTaririw whv tn'o
jjudgmentof thacourt should not bo pro
Lnounced upon jou".? M ' .
rcignod In the'.courtbfokqn only by tho
othorwlse "composedRnd moilonlcss, and'
luauu tiu (uajiuiiau, Alter n lew iiiuuiuiita
patiso tho Judg'jcy s " ';
WITH TREMBLINO VOICE,
said :'Thu' Judgement of' the Court Is
that on Friday, tbo 28th day of July noxt.
by tho neck until Vbu aro Uoad, nnd'may
THE SCENE IN THE COURT ROOM
during tbe remarus of the Judge and the
delivery of the sontenco was ono of intense
fobbing of tho prisoner's" mother' and of
ntho ladies who lathy-her.- riio-prisoner,
Bat wjtlili'erojburiidjnhor hands but;
nthntlA 'fiimnA.nit'.rfn m.iitnnli.. unrl
oxcitcment. Tho room was not crowded,
few supposing that tho caso would bo closed
to-day. Tho prisoner, while tho Judgo
was speaking, watchod his faco osgerly.
When ho ssld ho saw no ground for n now
trial sho bowed her bond in her mothor's
lap and wopt bitterly, but succeeded In a
fow minutes In recovering her composure.
A numbor of ladles wero present, all of
whom wept on tho sentence being pro
nounced. After adjournment of tho court tho
prisoner's mother, Mrs. Lane, confronted
tho reporter present, saying, with great
oxcltomcnt and anger:
" Now you havo got what you wonted,
haven't you? You have got her hung. I
hope it gives you Joy."
With difficulty sho was pacified. Tho
prlsonor, on leaving tho court, bowed to
the reporters and officers of tho court, say
ing siio lorgnvo all. Mho askod tho Sherill
to provent hcrjallor, a man named Kelly,
from handcuffing her ond chaining her
to tno noor or tno con, as ho bad threat
ened to do. Tho Sheriff nisurod her ho
would allow no such treatment.
The excitement In tho street was ntenso
Hundreds of pooplo wero waiting to sco
gr pas to her carriage.
JfiVO. II. PniLLIN,
ISitccoasorto Parker 1 Phillta.
And Dealer 10
Flour, Meul, Iltty, Corn, OiiIh,
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
fllWMt t MISSION
And Aganl nl
OHIO RIVER A.TSD KAArTHA
into. 70 onzo ZjVZ:Z1
R. W. MtLLra.
ILIF.lt A: 1'AItKEU,
FLOUR, COR2V, OATS, HA V,
lVo. 58 Ohio Isevce
J Jl. PHILLIPS &. CO.,
(SucceorH to E. II. Hendricks k Co.)
Wliarl - Boat
LIBERA!. AUVAlfCKM MADE ON CON
NIUHMKNTN. WAre preiared lo recelvo, atore and forwant
freighta to nil point, and buy and aell on com
wiiuinei.a aitemleii tnwitn Drnmi.tne.
QLOSE A VIXCEXT,
and dealers In
Lime, Cement, Plaster Pans
' 2 X AND
Cor. (itk Nlreet and OhloLcrce
General' Commission Merchant
Ko. 13ft Ohio Levee,
enpitnl - 3100,000
W. P. HALLIDAY, Prealdenti
A. B. BAFFOHI), Caahter)
WALTRIt IIYSLOP, Aa.latant C.aahU,
tiro. I), nilllaranoa,
A. II. Hafford.
W. P. Ilalllday,
Itobt. II. (,'BBnlnxhsm
JExcliati;e, oin and
U. H. Bond JBouglil
a Ewr.HAL'"ifAyKi'jrH mwix fs.s.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ISANIKI, 11DRD, rtlMils
HOUEKT W. Jl II.LKR. VlrHrn i
V. N. fIUUlir.M, Caaliler.
Collections Promptly Made
LxcIiiiiikc Coin, Rank A'oIcm
hiiu united Ntatets Nceurl
tlca lioiiKlit anil
Interest Allowed 011 Time Dcposlte.
Chartered March 1601)
City National Bank
A. It. SAFFfiRI. President;
H. H. TAYLOR, VlccPreaident;
W. 1IVHLOP, Hccrfiary and Trennror.
P. W. llARt'LAY, OITA9. (lAMHIIRK,
F. St. STUCKFI.ETtl. PAULO. SCHUH,
U, 11. OUNNl.NOUAM, W. P.IIIALl.IIMY,
J. M PHILLIPS.
Oepoatta of any Amount Itecelved from
Tea Cents 11 n w i-tl
Inleret paid on deponta nt tho rato of 0 per cent,
per annum March 1st and HcDt. li.
Intereit not withdrawn iinUiled Immedlatelv to
the principal of the deposit, thereby elvinx thorn
Harried Women and Children
May ilppo.lt money ao that
SfO ONE KLfiE CAX DHAW IT.
oen every bualne d&v from u a.m. tn n n m
nd" Saturday evening for HAVING DEPOdlTS
ooiy, irnin o 10 e o cioca.
snjrwtf W. HT8I.OP. Treasurer.
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
H F.l'arkcr ,. f. Illako
J3ARKER A: ItLAKE.
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS
Window Glass anil Putty.
Brashes, Wall Paper, Window Sh
95 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo - - - - Initios
y W. THORNTON
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsb
AkciKh for Rock River Paper
Company's Nlieuthlitg Felt and
II. W. Jolm'H Improved Bool
lap alwHyt on hand.
WHITE STAXDAIU), lit Wrae
LIXSEEI) Oir Uw anil lloll
"iVHH K I KAU, mid Colors.
WIi0WLA8S, BRUSH EH,
23 A HOIjAY 33X1.sO.
DAILY PAPEU IN EGYPT.
SMYTH St CO.,
OHIO LEVEE, '
Also, keep ronalantlf on hand a Ciost com
plete itock of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabiw
We aell ozclnalrelr for Cash, to whleh lift ae
Invite the attention of closo aargula fcurera
special attention Ivrn to fllllDi orders.
Q D. W1LLIAMSO.V,
o. "0 Ohio Lotcc,
Npeclitl attention (Ivea to tfeailgat
uirnta and Killing Ordtra-
W. Stratton. T. Bird.
gTRATTOX cV RlliJ,
ucceasora tofitratton, Hudion A Clark.)
COMMISSION MHANTS. -
B7 OHIO Xs30 fJUMX
CAIRO. ILL. . . ' .
Aajent at Ames-lean Powder Cow, Matl
Mnnufactnrera Aarenta for Cotloa Vaatra
1 1 -. i
Inventors liavine- Imxlnei with lh' Ucltau
Htatea Patent Orilce will Boil It totheiradvin4r
to intruat u in mo ;nann oi ine out esiannsnea
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence
P ntent 'AKcnta, WaihlaRUa, B.C.
Tiev have dona mv huineea lo mv aaliank..
(ton. anil I take; rleiwure in recommendlni'them
te Wctern Inventor.
WM. IT. FAHBIH,
Inventorof Improved Rernlvlnc; Tilbmar Water
Cairn, April :iO,U71. npr2dim
Cor. Stli St. & Washington arc.,1
Cairo.. - - - lULnoiia
Is supplied with the freshest
Groceries, Qrecn anil Dried anil Caa
Dressed Poultry, Fresh -Butter
And every tlitair else needed for family supply
It I, In short one of tho beat atoolreJ vrocarfa !
tho cltv. ' '
A continuacc of putllo patronaae is reapeetfallr
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. GAYER & CO., ProrPrg.,
Keepconstantljronhand the best of Beef. Pork.
Mutter, Veal, Lamb, 8auae;e, Pudding, eta
rresh whlto lard in any quantity .corned beef, etc
alway on hand.
tirdern tilled promptly and satisfaction war.
AND DEALER IN ALl
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10th ami Poplar St.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois ,
' ' .4
Buys and similiter enly the best cattle, noas
and shep, and l pr"ared to nil any demand lr
fresh meant from oue pound lo ten thousand
BOOTS AND SHOES.' .
BOOT AND SH6E MAKER -
Between Wnshlngtoa ATe X Yofiti M
u1 et K
" HirVWji"ua sw-gklllfill 1
iinoUl I wvajv .
i iairoayi aa. i
tm nH.r'nr ftaflrlv.l