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AMHCIM 1. 50O. OOO OO
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71 OHIO IsEVEJK
City Katlonal IlanV,
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Rejtillic, IV. Y. ;
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Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
ASSET tM3!i NIB Ou
tWMotet, fw.lnir. Kurnltur. Hull, an
lago In. urn) at rates a. farorable as aounJ
permanent aecurllr will warrant
IrMPMtniU'jr aak ot th. cltisena ol Cuo.
atara of theirpatrcnage. '
C N. HVCMEri,
0(Bfo-at Kirnt National Hank
JNTEBEST PAYING PLAN:
A' new and note) extern of I.ifo (niurancr io.
centlr Introduced br th
MISSOURI MUTUALU Ft
OF NT. LOl'IN.
Djr this 171tetn.-L.l1e Iniurmocti furnished at
a little co. t by tho usual plans, ami the rol.
Ict holler recelres an annual intere.t nt 11.1m
par cent. MP0. ll tltaroonej paid by himtoth
Company ; tils annual premiums thus earmnjt
hlnia,mtjohaa ftrernment bond.
Thai plak-has Uen tlioroughly critlcisoj and
fully indorsed by the most eminent ectuarico
and skillful mathematicians initio land; Indeeu
tt has not yet been the subject of tinfatoraUe
mention In any respectable quarter.
OFFIfcE OF THK COMPANY:
Northwest cor. Fourth & Ollvo Sts.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
ARTIIUR B. BARRETT, rrcsidont
JlKNJ. WlLtrAJts; Secretary.
Raaks liljitl in the lint ol sound, thrifty Wesierr
litfo Cqraponles. '
It has ample cnpital-8125,000,
Itliasassels more than rnouKli lo cover jl In.
liabilltiea in addltio j to tbe capnal.
.Uh one hundred thoiifsndAJollsrs depostteu
with tiierlhtte of Missouri as a .perpetual uiur.
an tee lo Its policy holders.
It has complied fully with tho new laws ol Hie
Btate. which are quite as exaction and raoro risld.
ly enforced than tho.ouf Kastern Htatea.
It Invests IU funds in the West, innn the
uruv..uMi.wuyiuiuej are roceiyeu.
its management la Y111
Korous, skillful and ani
Its aoousl iaeorao from the interest alone
alraaflrmorftthanMUfflclenl to nnvil.
It issues policies upon the ordinary llfo and en
dowinent plans. at tho same raU aa oilier ftnt.
s policies upon llie ordinal
I plans, at tho same raU 1
The policy nouiers receive all tho profits lun-
Tho stock holder), can receive only ten per
cent, of Interest on their capital, by ihu terms d
The annual dividends to policy holdeis aieal.
ready Kreater tlian many old JCastern Companies
hare ever been able to pay.
TheHtate of Illinois pard last year about lot.r
million dollars for Ufa luaurancc.
I. iWby send as rauoh money oat of th Slate
away to Maw.York an! New Boilandfor an aitide
that may ba produced Just as oheap'v (ormore hc
t home I
aptJWawlf Aetata U Cairo.
n am im mm mm n-
II ELM hold's
CATAWIIA OKAl'K I'lLI.M.
C14TAWHA nniril riLf.fl.
CATAWIIA QKATK PILLH.
CATAWJIA ORAl'K P1M.S.
CATAWIIA OKAl'K l'IM.
CATAWIIA OKAl'K I'lLI.h.
CATAWIIA (JHAl'K 1'II.LH.
II ELM hold's
& A II S A P A B, I L L A
l-LUU) KXTKACT riAKHAI'AIULLA.
FLUIU KXTKACT KAHSAI'AKILLA.
FLUID KXTKACT HARSAPAKILLA.
FLUID KXTKACT h A KMAl'A KI LLA.
FLUID KXTKACT H A A PA HI LLA.
FLUID KXTKACT SAHSAPAKILLA.
FLUID KXTKACT HAKSAPARILLA.
APRIL, MAY A -VI) JUNK,
PL'IIIFV Tilt III.OOU.
In the.e month.
IIKLMBOLD'rt FLUID EXTRACT KAR.iAI'A-
Cure, all Eruption, of Die Skin
II ELM HOLD ti FLUID EXTRACT HARmAI'a-
Cur ti. wor.t form of lllooj li..
HELMDOLD'h FLUID KXTKACT SAlWAPi.
I'jittr. )iaril)r Into lh. Circulation of Ihf
IIELMIIOLD'h FLUID EXTRACT aARMAPA.
H(atlflc the ComJcxion.
L.," J!ow'''r V"1 Pflitatlon .l.tror
h'k,r;lfr.nSMU1r;han.fcor. loL Jl
H1.!. klD oM .m"M wid iho" " ucd
nr.i.Hiiui.H FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPA
LlriM trfitlt I. 1.1-!
ce'rbratl MHI')N UIKr llltl.Mw
way. A delightful Uireraue.
IMIIIIV fnlr lililk'f' a. .
Try it this
IIELMHOLD.S CATAWIIA OKAl'K PILLH
IIKI.MItOLD'.H CATAWRA (IRAPK PILI.t
A plc.innl, sfe nnl nsreenbiet Athartic
IIKLMIIOLIi.S CATAWIIA ORAI'K PILLS
' ""' " allK-tlon where I'liruatno Medicine
IIKI.MIIOI.ll . CATAWIIA (IRAPK PILLk
llarmleiK to a child, and taken by children
IIKI.MIIOLD h CATAWIIA (JKAPE PILLS
nuiN.Tedi ilBKnen.i. rtlt nnl every other I'ur
IIKLMIIOLIi'' C ATAWIIA OKAl'K PII.L.
wrtain in etlwl, and pleasant in operation,
lir.l.MIIOI.Tl h CATAWIIA flltAI'K PII.I.
U not ft patented 1MI.
II Kl.il HOLDS CATAWIU I1KAPK PILLS
Arrouiioeil olCatavlui f,rnp Jin e and Html
ilOW 1. tirocebil 111 tbi. Slirlm. itn.1 U.,rr..nA.
months, 10 in-uroneu-life, newbiood, new ticor
t-nrcuaie tan ijottlf. or UCI.MHOLD'M 8AK.M-
'A It 1 1.1 A mid one mx ol I'll. US-worth their
K'.llt III K"!'!.
u letter imerlinent can bo made lor m .mall
IlhLMHOLD H FLUID EXTRACT I1UCIIU
jim acquired a world-wide fame.
A 1.1. 01 my preparations aro mrrltorlou.. A
period of fwentr enrs bs t.rove.1 tin. tn 1.
Hee remarks mado by Jleniamln Traverse, F. R.
11 wP(''Dp or Ihoso ill.eanes, and iliirurn
-in uuui if iicr.H 01 mercury, he statra
' ,.. " tcnPur ' equal 10 1 110 extract or harsa
parilla, its power la cxtraordliarv, more so than
any other ifiUR I am acquainted with. It i, in
iu inc. biikicii .fine, h tonic, wiintnla invaluable
attribute that it is applicable 10 a state of the
s)stem so sunken, And et no irritable, a ren.
dera other ubtancc of tho tonic class unarail.
able or iniiirinus.
m.'f ?.iAlV??.0.U;.'? f!KAT CI1EM18T3 AND
P1LLMKN OK AM ERICAs
. . Wm. K. Warner 4 Co..
.. .15 North Third street, Philadelphia, Iu
11. T. llelmlold
Esteemed Friend I congratulali. you on
having tho handsomest aud at the same tune th'
Moat Effective Pill that I h ve ever known for the
purposes Intended. WM. It. WAHNEIl 4 CO
II, T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
his remedies are tho result of lonK and careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been before the
public twenty tears. The rale of them In that
time proves their value. All have been benefit
tea by them who followed my instructions, nnd
to-day they stand unequalled in the extent of
their sale, and unsurpassed b any medicament
In the Dispensatory of the United Htales, not
excepting a siniilo Herb, Uoot, Plant, or scien
Pliarmaueulioal I claim all mine to be, nnd hae
never patented a simile one.
To dispel any impression or prejudice that
might exist in the minds ot many against my
preparations, from tho publicity given through
advertising, and that 1 urn and limo been a drug
gist for a period of tweniy years, and more con
clusively to pr.ve this ne letter from the largest
manufacturing chemists iu the world ;
.November 4, I&l.
1 am acquainted with Mr. II. T. Helmbold ; he
occupied the drug store opposite my residence,
nnd was successful in conducting the business
where others had not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charac
ter and enternnse. WILLIAM WK1I1TM AN.
Firm of Powers A Wightman, manufacturing
chomlsta, Mnlh and llrown streets, Philadel-
ALL STAND OX TIIKIH MtSITB.
ledMM1,,,1" ,,ho"8." l otltriog t'J the affile
lime Von.J10 T"v, and I shall stake my
The ?!n? iinftitr. fun!'; ?n llclr- rtfi-ctiveness.
the bott le ,yi I? Whic1' ,,, P"1 "Helf ' m'ir'
ma Dome, label, wranner ii'.i,. i,i.
tiev li.x. I :-' "'I -." "Mil nu
. f "t Vlllw,
the medicine otTr,l l,v v..: i' ".." "'"i "'t
"J wuvuicu. vefvatit, ,
II. T. IIKLMUOLD.
Crewl,Yo,rk"'0 I""K fi're' N"' 691 Urodway,
Palacn Pharmacy. Oilsey House, rtruadvtar. and
Twenty. ninth street, New York.
Temcle c f Pharmacy. Continental Hot. I. ii,,i.
delphla; and No. lot South Tenth street, Phil-
t on. no Kn.lli.li ... ij. Alter 11.
iireater cure and 1 .1 nrro "',n'l"n wi II
K lnm rc,ly Proud of them
niepnred Pills vended i...nr.i,
u l inn nauBeoiis-Iook
wooden boxes, and inaVto Bene.iil. -Kwp 1 1
by those havng r.o clZtfclalLVlT'l1
urUKiMHla or mnnufsioiirri.P ,.r .
Hktkijiutive justlcoioetns lo hi nrMIt-
well exemplified in tho Clio of Mr.
Crittenden mde her rich, but tho hw had'
to ipct.ll $20,000 in novini? her oonr,..!
phyilcutiis who testified alto her In.anltv
nil in remunerating otbot wltnessc.
Hrownlow hat heon intervlowd by a
newspaper correponder.t and tho world
now knows that tho Senator thinks that
Orant, Imvlng lcd tho country to victory
twice, onco In tho field and onto at ti
ballot box, ho ii tho man to do it again.
And alio that as tho time draws iw. th.
littlu pitty oppoiition that has been man.
Iir-.t.a witiiapiaty ateoutand tno country
rally to Orant hi 1672 Juit us they did In
I l0t,8 nu beat tho Democracy as usual
urowniow prophecies true md falsa In
this prediction. Tho opposition to Grant
in bis own part? will dlo out will t.n
crushed out by tho povreri that be, and the
Jiaaieni party, willintr or unwillinir. will
rally to Urant. Hut it will not beat th
Democracy as usual. Uulted and strong,
with 11 platform and a candidato anDroved
by tho man of the people, tho Democratic
party will gain a triumphant victory in
Dr. P.M. Millard, agentof a St. Louis
House, committed suicide in Momphis on
last Sunday. Tho Dr. was ona of the heirs
to an immense- ostato In-New York, and
had boon offered $50,000 for his inlorest.
otwithstandlnj:thii, It appears nocuniarv
troublo was ono of tho causes which in.
Uuccd him to tako his own life. Tho fol
lowing is a letter written to the houso for
which ho wai agent:
Motrin.. June 1. 1S7I.
Messrs. E. C. Ketchuin k Co. :
Gents: I havo forfeitml th l rittrri Unit
placed upon mo by mlsappropriatinif
funds bolontrmi; to vou in mv nnt.n..t .
T.'.'f .M,orchlint'i Insurance Company class
bill I havo collected and snent I ,fl-.
do it with tho intention of defrauding, as I
had hopos of navintr vou hv tho ni r
the month. Thow hopes have slncallv
failed, and tho disgrace is more than I can
bear. Ere vou reccivo this I Thu! ..inn,, .
all earthlr troubles. Trv tn thtnl- .
kindly of mo us poisible, and beliovo mo
when I say I did not intentionally mean
to defraud vou. Mv troubles for thn ).
iwo years nave been or no ordinary char
WU Kb .ai
torcao not ask it. Hut when mv dishon
ored name Is bruited abroad, seo if tho
garnerhouie of memory contains ono hon-
oruoiu laci wun wnicn to brighten the
"nrKiiesa cnsurouuing my iiKmc and
fame. And now cood-bvn tn imh onH ..11
pfyou. J-arewollI Say to Volnev S. I
havo deeply wronged him, and ask his
forglvene. Till wo meet again.
P. 31. WILI.ARD.
The Sow Orleans Timet obscrvoi : Tho
coyness with which Mr. Greelov dallies
with tho Presidential nomination, is very
rcfrobing in this sterile ago. No maiden
ever bewildered a suitor with more co
quetry than his letter does the impulsivo
.oiers or l-ettvenworth. Wo havo read
it backwards, up-slde-down and right-sidc-iip,
without being able to discover wheth
er he declines or accepts tho proffered
nonor. liut If tho Leavenworth Radical
persintsintheirdeslgns.it will doubtless
bo the story of Donna Julia over again
"wno blushing sho would ne'er consent,
Investigation is uncarthim; tho real Ku
klux In tho Southern States, and thov am
at .... 1
uunu so iar 10 bo Northern sea awarrs.
carpet-baggers, pot niggers and mongrel
offlcc-holdors gcnorally. Some timo ago
tho safe of tho treasurer of Abbeville, S. 0,
was broken Into and robbed of flftcen
thousand dollars in money, which has not
yet been recovered. Tho crimo has been
traced to thrco brothers, named Grifiln,
formerly Puritanical, God and morality
nigger-freedom shriekors from tho North.
The wlulo trio uro now otllco-holders; ono
s n in em bo r of tho legislature, n second is
Probuto Judge, and tho third is Mayor of
tho town of Abboville, All tbreo aro now
In jail in Columbia, awaiting trial. If tho
Ku-klux bill, as Is claimed by its framers,
was intended to suppress1 disorders in tho
South, nnd will be applied strictly to that
purpose, it may exterminate a hordo of
dishonest ofllciulB nnd scalluwag advon-
turcrs, who aro tho cnuso of tho disturb
ances. A univorsal application of tho bill
to mongrel officials would not leavo vermin-room
in any prison In tho land.
Mr. Mainnis, who married tho duugh-,
tor of Senator Twoed, I) a young man who
has inn Jo a largo fortuno in Now Orleans
through tho manufucturo of cotton-seed
Thu Shormun House, in Leavenworth,
Kansas, was burned a few days ago, Tho
cause, of tho Are was tho nxplosion of a
tour pound can of powder in ono of tho
Tho following paragraph, which has
bcon going tho rounds, although perhaps
somewhat -'to hurth," not Inaptly satirizes
prevailing femalo foiblo: "No young
lady can openly mako profeislon of faith
In her Saviour unless she has a polonaise
whito linen suit and a whlU chip hat
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JUNE 10.
trimmed with hare-bells. A stiff
ultwill not do j Ills' too harsh."'
" We," says the Austin (Texas) .State
wa.rrrr, "naro been shown a prirato let-
irom 1. A. sampson, of Pino Bluff,
Arkansas, in which he relates a very ex
traordinary eircumitanco of a negro
preacher, who was strlckon dead by light-
"ing, wniio addressing the conerceution
And, what is very remarkable, on tho sup
ceedlng day, when his remains were car
ricci 10 mo grave, ana whllo In tho act of
burying him, another bolt of heaven struoli
his coffin, leaving bis remains a ghaUly
gin. mis is very curious If true.
, .. .... Sratxorntp, June , ls;i.
To the fcdiior of the BalJelfo t
'ininjinpringBoId will Loconsidorsd
important or Interesting until tho
11 disposed of. The llouse of Representa
tives is to-day jammed full of people, nnd
m, iw, notwitnstanding tho
aPRINOFIttD IILOODHOR." K ASSOCIATION
Unow holding its Juno races here, and
has a largo number of flno horses untl a
crowd of sporting men. Yesterday Kitty
O'Neal, a two-year-old Ally, owned by .It.
& J. Rowctt, won a half-mile race; time,
ono minute. Thcro aro a large nutn
ber of entries for to-day, and it must
bo admitted that a number of senators
havo cone out to tho race-track this after
noon. As tho bill for the pay or mem
bors has not paiud, it is likely that not
much money will bo invested in the result.
Yesterday tho Actives,
A 1IASE I1ALL CLUB
from Clinton, Iowa, played tho Kckfords
of this city and beat them by a score of 27
to 7. 3Iany membors of tho Assembly
woro pleased with tho good playing of the
I uppoo that what you want is loirisla.
utonows.and not an account of races and
games. Uut they ore very intimatelelv
connected, and if tho members
do not generally attend tho races, they
aro still up to some games and may bo ex
pected to play them as skillfully as they
know how. Just now the iramo ot tho
Peorians is delay, and they aro striving
to keep tho houio from a roto on thcStato
Home question. They think by judicious
talking tbeycau prevent u vote to-day
and to-morrow, and they hope by thut
time, some of tho members will be
obliged for various reasons to go home,
and tho bill be thus defeated. My opinion
Is thoy reckon without their hot.
A bill for a
KW ROAD AND lll'.IDOi: LAW
was yesterday introduced in tho Senate.
It provides a now system for counties not
under township organization. Thrco corn
mlssloners aro to bo elected in each con
gressional township, with power to levy
a tax of not moro than forty cents on ono
nunureu dollars, and two dollars on each
Individual between the ages of twenty-
ono anu forly-llvo. Tho exrendituro of
tnis monov is given to tho commissioners
who may lot out the roads in separate iobii
or may hiro workmon and supervise them
being allowed two dollars per day for
their own necessary service.
Thu eminent domain bill ba pnsaod the
Senato and cone to tho Houso. It fur.
nlshcs necessary means for cundeming
property for public use, and for assessing
damages by :i Jury in accordanca with tho
provisions of tho new constitution.
It is still an unsettled question whether
the assombly at this session can tako up
tho bills of last session which woro vetoed
by tho kGovernor and filed! in tho Sec
retary omco. Tho Governor mado tho
reconsideration of such bills a part of tho
business designated in the call, but tho
assombly will probably decide that thoso
bills aro too long dead to bo recuscitatcd
Tho pay of tho circuit judges and of
State, officers has not bcon definitely set
tled yet, but tho votes taken so far indi
cate that tho circuit judges and State of
ficers will not cct ovor $3,000, and tho
Governor not moro than $0,000.
Tho members from your part of
tho Stats scorn to regard
thoso sums as quite, sufficient to maintain
an officer in rospoctability, and aro unwil
ling to voto a larger sum for tho purpose
of supporting largo families in idleness
The Examluntloa at llie Military .lend
West Point, Juno 7. Presldont
Grant arrivud lioro last evening, and was
recoived with a national saluto. Vory
nearly all tho applicants for admission to
tho military academy came forward for
tbo present examination. Ninety-six
have been examined, and tho list closed
until Soptcmbcr, when tho quota can bo
filled by tho new candidates. Of tho nlrio-ty-slr
examined, thirty-ono havo bcon re
jected j nino by tho medical, and twenty
'mo by tho examining board. Among
thoso who passed woro Rrigham Young's
ion, and Napier, thu colored boy from
In dressing tur pnotograihs,diirk brown,
dark green, maroon and plain black goods
without gloss, will make a rich drab color.
Bilki of tho sumo coTor will tako consider
ably llghtor. Snuff, brown, dark-leather,
dark-drab, scarlet, cherry, dark-orango,
crimson and slato will aUo tuko a rich
drab color. Violet, blue, purple, pink and
rmagenla will tako very light, and should
bo avoided. Tho hair should not bo vary
wet or glossy.
Meeting of I he New Ilniupshlre Legis
lature -rartlalOrganlitlou--A Hard
tight for t he OfTlcee, The Democrats)
inui Mr Aiiexi.
Concord. N. II.. Juno 7. Tho Gov
ernor and Council nppearod In tho 1ml 1
representatives tins morning anu numin
istcred tho oath to tho members elect.
"Win. H. Gore, Democrat nnd Labor Re
form candidato, was elected speaker by
ono mojorlty over James Q. Adams, Re
publican. .Mr. Goro is an old abolitionist
and was nominated by tho Democrats to
lecuro tho Labor Reform voto for Gov
ernor. Mr. Ilincham, of Littleton, offered a
resolution declaring James R. Jackson, of
Littleton, clerk, and J. If, Colbalh, of
Harnstcd, nialstant,and on it called for the
yoa. and nays.
31 r. Powlcr, of Concord, offered an
amendment tlmt flit 11.,,. r.p.A.in.i i...
...... .a.. .i?Uaw UbbUW u
ballot to tho olecton of a clerk. Thereat
wero ioi and the nsrs 10.
Tho spcakor cUirrfcd tho prlvlbvo of
Vfittnfr . - 1mm l Lhf. vntr nnd tbn a..w.J
mcnt was lost. ' -...-
An exciting debate fcloweu, during'
adjourn wero offored. nucstlons of order
raisedand anDcils fiom tho decisions of tho
chair ir.ado, but tho Houso finally adjourn
ed without action on tho resolution.
The Senate did nothlnt: moro than elect
Senator Campbell temporary chairman,
and appoint a commlttco to examine tho
voto mr senators.
Iloth parties will hold caucues to-mor
MILITAr.Y POS1P AND CIRCUMSTANCE 8.
Niaoara, N. Y.. Juno ".A catnn of
volunteers has been formed hero for an
annual fourteen day's drill. Retwcon
four and fivo thousand troors arc on the
ground. Strict military discipline will bo
maintained. Tho bands of tho regiments,
passing tho American forts, played Yan-
Keo uoodlo, wnicn was resnended to hv
loud cheering from tho United States
THK IlltKWElt'S CONORKSS Ilf.Kl: VS
PiTTsuur.o, Junk 7. Tho eleventh an
nual National iirower s congress met at
Tumor hall to-day, O. Heiehollman, of
Allegheny Uity, presiding. Henry Cluu
sen, president, uddressod tho congress,
taking strong grounds in favor of tho
browcrs and against tho action of the gen
eral government regarding tho taxation
of browori, holding that whllo thoy wero
anxious to establish beer us tho national
boverago to the exclusion of alcoholic li
quors, tho tax was greater on beer than on
thoso liquors. Louis Schodc. of tho rev-
enuo department, is here, nnd will prcpitro
a report of tho proceedings for tho depart
ment ai vt asnington.
The Kcmlngtou Hill and Its Victories.
The Remingtons, whoso eun-makinir es
tablishment at Dion, Now York, is now
tho largest in the world, aro justly proud
of ibeir work in tbo lost few months, and
oi ino acknowledged superiority of their
chief arm, the breech-loading rifle, over
an oiner Atnoncan or European Inven
tions. Their work-shops cover four acres
of ground; they employ somo 1,400 work
men, and in the last six monthsthoy havo
turned out 170,000 ritlcs, a single day l.avo
prouueeu i,iw. i ins Ma creator uro.
duction, even, than tho United States r
tnory in Springfield achieved during the
hot nnd hurried days of tho war, when
1,000 rilleii n day wns its
maximum yield. Of theso 170,
000 breech-loading rifles of tho
Jtcnilngtons, t ranco took 101,000, besides
20,000 carbinos and l000 revolvers, mak
ing in nil ncarlV 215.000 Sl.liill nrm fur.
nished by tho Remingtons to franco sinco
tho 1st of September lust. Residua Franco,
xsenrnaric nas iukcii ii'.uw Jlcmington
nrm, Sweden "0,000, Spain 50,000, Kgypt
150,000, Grecco 15,000, nnd .lupan 4,000, a
portion of theio orders yet remain to bo
filled. And tho Remington riflo has been
adopted as tho government arm by Prance,
."pain, r.gypt, iiomnark, Sweden and
Greece Denmark and Sweden having set
up ctiuoiuuments oi tncir own for its man-
uiiicture; whllo tho United States is now
making experiments to decido between the
Remington and tho so-called Springfield
rifle as a final choice fur its standard arm
la sappllra with all kinds ol
Boor. iJo. cDo..
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE
lletween Klgnth and NfnthSlreeta,
elhlrty, whs love good lln.uo!, should i(lve
him a call, nnd those who want a
Ftt ,VC4It CIO AR
Can have their wants supplied at his lr.
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Qlre. HI c- i sa.
JTAND FORTH E LANDLESS
Homes for the Homeless
ONLY 1 35 INCH ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
TAKT. Tilt CAII4 III' HIE
I4AI7VKNTON It. It. LINK,
1. 1 r ' 1 1 til IC t nits tl lt- and visit
i i 1 1 1 1 1 ui i utry.
The (Jurdi'ii Spot of Khiisuh.
Ki'.r.ps oisht..ti.y ox iia.wi
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRIDES
The Finest and Rest
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Etc.,
COR. SIXTH STREET & OHIO LEVEE,
Particular attention paid to ,
nnd onlr'T." Asr WHITE MIIRTS In all styles made,
ocst of material used. ' '
JArO. B. PlilLIiIN,
fSuccostor to Parker & Phlllis.)
PB R WARsDlilB MER CH All T
Anu Dealer n
Flour, Meal, I ray, Corn, OatN,
FL o u n
Ami Agonts ol
OHIO RIVER AM) KANAWHA
Wo. VO OHIO Xa33T7"3333
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
T'" vLV1? w"" MMhoH Wrlngcrt,
Tollr 1. Hare, Coal Jlotla, Fire
.M.w.vi.-.. ,,n- ma it's,
Tin, Zinc, Copper and Sheet Iron
XrU- X. 33.
No. 166 Washinqton Avu
.nJ?nK.,iaMer,,,l' " H Ulntla ol
lob Work Done nt Miortent Notice.
" 8," M IJ it it AY ,
GAS & STEAM FITTER
Has Removed Irom tho Perry House to tho
BRICK BUILDIXU 0- SEVENTH ST
Between t'ommeiclal anil Washlncton
ttpitusitn winter's lllork.
LJW'X'0'11"'' ""rtl'. c. lie iu.
maraeii uowu His pi
nsurcs, andlnvltes iTi
uowu Ills price, to Hid In.n.l ll.l
o patronauo of the public.
rjio the laii:s.
Is now abundantly supplied ff'.lh
To which iho particular!) Invites attention.
Sholia., just received a full lino ot
Dress TrlmmliiL's. Silk (iiuiiw. Silk
(JhIooii, (Julpuro Laces, iloss
Trimmings, Silk ami
Crocket HiiUons, l'lusli
ami Trlminliii; Velvet, Silk (limps.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine KM (Hones,
Ladies and Childrens' Stes1
And n 11)11 nnd com pleto stnek ol
All of whien ne proposes to sell at
The Vvry Lowot CaoU Prices
BliKliiTiiei Iho Indies lo eal anil see her next
goods .mil learn the prices.
bhe i determined to ninintain her claim to tno
name of having "Tho Cheap Btnre."
DAILY rATEE, DJ EGYPT.
2 lfl W.VSIII.(,T0. AVENb-.
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Always on hand a nne stock of
H ATCH KS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
"Parlli'Ulsr attention given to replrinr, Kine
tTha largest tock of Gold and SllverSpeo
tacle in thn city. ' iyVctn
Ire Prepared lo Supply Castnnierg
with tho Rest Ojnallty .f
Urilera left nt IlRllldar Bros. OAlce,
No. 70 Ohio I.evee, or at the Con!
Yarn below the 8t. Charles Uo-
tel, will Itccclve l'rompt
Tl.o Tug "Montauk" will hrin? Coal alongside
teamen nt any hour, day or nljht.
sCiiirn, Oct. aStii. ls7i)t(
U prep.irfd o do all kinds of
PAPER. TX TVJCa-XJJO
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
COIINEB COSIMHCIAI. AVKNTJKaVHD
MVKIiPOOI,, M:iV YOliK AXD l'lllLlDEtPHU
Under contract u lth ir rfnli.,1 sii, ann.iii.h
aorernments forcsrryliiK the malls.
r, r. ' VTfJi" "c"" or runner iniannat on
Dnlv to JOHN n. iAt.p i.i is u.j...
Niw Voik, ortn fi. UOVPT, 7'
-io asnington avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
TICKETS FOR SALE
FAHK From vernool. Ixmdondejrrr
ainNROw or tneeulown to Cairo
Sullortl. MorrlnA. C'midce AuVt
William J. Allen,
Juliu II. Mulkey,
miiiiui-1 l. Wheclor
bustiiea ntt,-'n,lon Palu ,0 rl"f anJ dmlral(y
OlUee Itoom. 7 A. ti Wlntcr'i Block.
Q.UEEN fc UILIIEItT,
ATT0HXEYS AX I) C0UXSEL0I18 AT
William II. Hreen,
tVllllKiii is. Ullberl,
Ucn I'. Ullberl,
Special attention given to Admirally and 9tua.
Ofllce'on OhlotiTa. HoomtT aval at at
over Lily Natloul BmtJi.
ul,rlM''''l'''w'',,TItllilliliiiiiiiiirii-iiriiriiiiiiiii 1 m im