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FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1809.
POBMBIIKD HTf JOHN It. OlIKRLY CO.
m. n. UAnnr.t.L, ahsociatr editor. . ..
Homo thieves arc said to bo driving a
very profitable business In the neighbor
ing counties of Mississippi and Scott,
across the river in Missouri. The loss of
a largo number of fine animals has been
mentioned by the neighboring papers ro-j
Hlrlckcr Henri! Prom.
Wo pronounced tho payment of Btrlck
er's flno, Which resulted In ridding tho
city of tho presence of that obnoxious
individual, as a splendid investment.
Tho Columbus 'Dispatch,' copying our
Wo do not thank Cairo for this invest
ment. Bald Strieker stopped In Colum
bus about twolvo hours; result Colum
bus is one $15 pipe and several meals of
Lntidroth's Frcsli nnd Kclinblo Garden
Seeds ut 1. G. Schuh' drug store. m312vf d
Tho Paducah 'Herald' after remarking
that tho hogs nro shaking themselves to
death in tho streets of Cairo, u(?ks his
readers how they would liko to Jjvo, or
rather, die In Cairo.
Well if, as you Intimate Mr. 'Her
ald,' they aro subject to bog deoses
they had better stay awav from
Cairo. Tho infliction of tho 1 'Her
ald' upon them dally, is pretty tfevore;
but better that than a fatal attack of hog
Remember tho place where
find choice prints at 12 cents.
a3 lw IlKM.nuo.v fc Wkiij.
Krco Nclioul thePalr miiU Festival.
As announced yesterday, a fair and
festival, under lady management, will
bo held in the hall on tho comer of
Tenth and Levee streets, on Tuesday
evculugnexL Tho objeet, being to aid
tho freo school connected with the Acad
emy of Lorctto, we are quite sure it will
command tho patronage or sympathy of
our citizens generally. Tuo Loretlo sis
ters have a large school under their
charge, numbering about ono hundred
pupils, for which they receive no enu
meration. Children of poor parents aro
educated without money and without
price. And as tho sisters have uncom
plainingly sustained this burden for
years, asking aud expecting no pecuni
ary reward, a number of ladies of tho
city huvo ventured upon iho fuir and fes
tival of Tuesday, to show them that tho
people of Cairo aro not Insensible of the
work of noble charity in which tney aro
Persons attending will find much to
nnniae, entertain and gratify thorn, out
side of the coiiKcIousneej that they aro
aiding and encouraging by their pres
ence a good work.
P. G. Schuh keens JuuIreth'.i garden
bceds, the growth of 1809;' perfectly
bound and reliable. thvd
I.ohrN Alo nml Kodn.
Mr. A. Lolir has been engaged in tho
manufacture of soda, mineral water ami
bottled alo in this city for several years,
all the while boarlng tho hlgh&it repu
tation as a manufacturer nnd a business
map, Ills experience and Improved ap
pliances enable liiih'now to furnish the
trade nu article of hodu, minora! jvatcr
aud ljiottleil alo thnUi not surpasod In
purity or dcllcaoy of Havoc by any other
brand in the northwest. This is tho
unanimous opinion ofjudgus, audsiuco
tho 'Uulletln' ofllco has been permitted
to ''Investigate" tho" contents of several
dozen bottles, it is in a condition to add
its hearty concurrence In that opinion.
As a spring and Huuiinor beverage, Mr.J
.Lohrs brands are refreshing, invigorat
ing and entirely harmless, ami no well
regulated family should bo found with
out them. ' V
Nlicll OSlcr at Inl llprberPa,
Louis Herbert has Just received nt Ills
restaurant a splendid lot of fresh shell
oysters, In prlmo onler. Ho lias also re
ceived a supply of Cincinnati lagor.
This flrst'Class restiuirant Is as usual
prepared to servo customers with all
kinds of luxurious and substantial eata
bles In tho most cleanly ami ncccrltablo
bio stylo. ' ' ' i
Egyptian block, basement iloor.
isuii! Mriiif. ,isoa: "
Now arrival of a complete stock of
spring and summer goods at
all lw Heilhiion & Weil
Tho qircult Courtis d.lsijatohlng JjubI.'
oiled that improving vatgrxor oj evil-doers.
Id Mound City'a premium 'la paid by
tlo olty .councillor, ihp deatlcRrcass of
.very MOg found, runipgJaXjlaYsVlth.
out a mUzrle. ' An eminently wise 'ar
rangement. . 1 "
Merchants aro rooelvlug tholr Spring
stocks, The ury goods and millinery
markets Just now present extraordinary
Inducements to buyers,
W. B. Rockwell & Co. keep all the
homo,., magazine?, rprjnta of Eijgiish
publications, all tk popular family woek-
Tlles, all th6comlo aiidspoYting prluU; 1
dolly, papers' from all1 points, Maik pa
p'orfi, blank1 books, and books hUtorlpal,
poetical, biograpl'foal, soleiitlflp, stntls
tloal,. etc., lu bewildering ahUidanoo.
Look throuh tho5 h.ouso, now
Blpo-wator has madQ its appearance in
Lake: Bhannessy and Is sproadiug itself
over Lake Edwards, , liy tho tlme,th6'i
Illinois State Press AssoqlatiQiiA orrjvo in
town, wo shall be able- to present) them
Cairo as It la.atjta wqrat.
CtrealMfeart. . .
rThsusday, April Ita-Fourth Dayi Afterneen.
The PeoD'eAovs Mary Randolph, lar
ceny: jury found defendant" guilty, audL,
fixed her time In the nenltentlary at 1
eighteen month. - . -r . r
Tlie People &o ys George Rees, larceny,
defendant pead . 'guilty ; sentpneed to
ono moritti ln' county Jail, irlfl'to pay a
flnVdf t&l ' ' ' ' ' - 1
The People. Ac va. Aloflzo MoIurry,
John McMurry and St. Clair MoMurrv,
larcony: defendants recognized.
City of Cairo vs James Farrell, appeal ; ,
rule on defendant to pay docket fee.
.Bernard MoMannus vs Patrick. Mbok.v
lor, appeal; rule on defendant to pay
The People &o vs Jacob Bradloy, lar
ceny; Jury ompariclled and sworn, and
testimony heard for the prosecution.
Try Spalding's Jntamnnil Hair restorer, it
Is undoubtedly tho bcithuir preparation over!
sale or retail, at P. O. Schuh's.
A splendid lot of dress goods Just
opened at Hcilbrou & Well's. a3 1 w
Tho Joint committee from tho City
Council,- appointed to make arrange
ments for the entertainment of tho Illi
nois State Press Association, met at the
Council Chamber at half past twQ o'clock
tills P. M., lu conjunction with a large
number of prominent citizens, and resol
ved that the expenses Incurred should bo
provided for by an appropriation by the
Tho following committees were ap
pointed: COMMITTEE OP UECEITION.
Hon. John H. Oberly, chairman:
James 0. Carroll, Chairman Board of
Aldermen, Counclimcn P. W. Barclay,
Jas. B. Reardeu, Louis Jorgeusen, Alder
men Jos. Mendel!, W. A. Redman, Frod
Messrs'. W. Wj Thornton, D. Arter, D.
Jluril, Hon. Win. 1L Green, Hon. Wm.
J. Allen. Jno. W. Trover. H. P.Goodall.
B. B. Taylor. James Johnson, H. H.Can-
dee, a. Jf. Wbecler, wm. Hlratton, U. ;s.
Hushes. Judge D. J. Baker, Frcdoliuo
Brow, Dr. C. W. Dunning, Dr. H. Ward-
ner, Dr. u. n. jKvans, and Joel u. Mor
gan. HAM, AND UANQUBT.
Messrs. Reardeu, Jorgeusen, Theobald,
Trover, Baudusky and H. R. Mason.
COMMITTEE ON AKKANQKMENTS.
Messrs. Trover, Badord, Curroll, Lon
organ and Bchuttcr.
COMMITTEE ON TOASTS.
Messrs. M. B. Harrell, McKee, Pope,
Morgan, Dunnlngand Lyou.
COMMITTEE ON EXOUIISION.
Messrs. Halllday, Taylor, Saflbrd,
Johnson and Hurd.
COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
Messrs. Robblus, Bross, Bmyth and
Spalding's Jatamanil Hair reitorcr Is
prceisdlv what It profcuc" to.be, a UAia urs
toiiativk. It U tlio Mircit and tafcU pro-;
panttlon of tho ago. Tor mpplloi. wholeialu
or roUU, apply nt P. G. jchuh's drug ijorc.
. . i i r . , i .i .
At No. Ml Commercial nvcnuo you
can 11ml nil tho fashionable goods of tho
xeuson. i n3 lw
- Tho Darnelles who, In cold blood, mur
dered tho throp Lanes a few weeks ago,
at a point a few mikM abovo Now Mad?
rid, (of which aflulran account was pub!
llshedlu tho 'BullotlnO.hiHl to leave tbd
country abaudvn their, homes on the
Instant, leaving everything behind themi
One hundred mounted citizens of Obion
and Dyer counties, Tennessee, aro in ho
pursuit or thorn, dPtcrmlned to rid tlie
world of such bloody vlllians tho mo
nient they overhaul Uiem. .. .n:'M ,
Tho killing, of coune, depends upon
tho catching. '
Tnc Itnlly I'mlncnli llirnltl,
Wo arc ln xe..eeJpUpQhj!pducali 'He
aid' In dally shape. iTls alarge 32 co
umn paper, presenting all tho depart-
mehtaOf atlrst class daily, local,- t6"ui
merclal, financial miscellaneous and po
litical. It takes dispatches from all sec
tions of thu. country, and its. general get
up bears (he Impress of car6 anil hidu4-
Tho poople. of Paducah pwo. .it tq thorn
solves to rally to the support of tho dally
'Iorajd Eyory jnmiber of I.jrellecls
credit upon tiiolr city,' great credit, for
no city In tho UhiTcd States, having lio
greater population' than Paducah,' can
boas.t of us largo and well filled n dally as
tho 'Herald.' Noblo will (To iils'parl and
doit well.'' Irthe Pifdricahlans will do
theirs, the 'Herald' Mill become a "llxijd
fact, "an honor to tlio city uffd'tb ltyi pro
1'rietoi., JL . 3JL; ,,:;!lfllf
Hidlbroivi and Vih hiivo(Uio lnrges
stock of 7iij goods lu tho city. Ciill
and examine. n3
I'rcit Lunch at lliu'foHrl Uou
Jlhimlo English will set'a'freoluifch'at
and cbiirftfyt to como nnd feast to tholr
full. Tho best tof j1cs, Y?lcs,,llfiuprs
andjilaarfltHlift- ' i if if ci. I
Tim ilrnlnatrA "cnmmltteot adVertlso
'tVel'r wlli(ngie88"i5 fehsd'tbyjitbalh pqw-
otpf theclty pumps on very reasonablo
Terras? Wo waut, hero ilf CaiVo'cdtton
and furnlturo factories',' agrjcuYtuf Im-.
mills and nail faotoneir; and "no hno
doitbtsltHo'Wu1Tar,fttsiftd ellglbl Uy
of Ihe ctty for euch establishment.- Tho
.power .ottered for Jeaco la amnlej Isl in
fact, imutentie.MNiii((H u, I
Wo hopo this offer wm exeiteftttontjon,
and be accepted' by parties1 wlth'cfcpltal
uU ,wrgy JUfficienCtp,Qmptoy'it,to ad-
f a u tago pjpmniier I n d Icated
JJy buying yourgrocorles of J. II. Jletbalf,
AVhtV "WopVa largJ iWseloct'itock tfothobojt
fainU'y'sup'pHos,- lihd'sMls 'chiapUiani I
the Courti,fclpuso.JUoon every mprning
nt'10 6cl(Ml; aWetlfo Invito his ffieuds,
artIesattoudlnir ou court from- 'town
jiositp-.tliif iourU koult) i ,irT k i nar5tf
IJETTEIt FROM TEXAS.
prereA OcudltloM of KeoUiy-Nor-tbera
ImmlcrMiiIaYUe7 . y
Tho following letter Is handed to us for
Auilln, Tezai, March C, 1869.
Dr. J. C. Jacques, Sou& An, 111. My
Dear Sin: Your favor making Inqui
ries regarding this State, Is at hand, and
I hasten to answer It in tho samo way
and Bpfrit wHlTwlil6h"li Watf written. T
am glad of tho opportunity given to ex
press the universal sentiments of the
community in which I live, and, bo far
as I know of, tho greater part
of tho State, when I tell you
our ardeut doslro to see largo numbers of
our Northern follow-cltlzens como and
settle among us. I assure you that, with
tho exception of some few persons, all
would give immigrants a hearty wel
come. Tho war Is over, and tho bulk of
our cttlzenB are unltedly anxious to do
all thoy can to build up the resources of
the country.. People aro beginning to
reullzo thit politics and prosperity aro
, not acquired on tho samo road in life.
Wo aro now planting moro cotton than
over before. Our money hero is nearly
all gold and silver. Stoves rango from
$11 00 to $35 00; furnlturo can bo had in
any quantity, though, of course, uthlgh
er rates than in your section.
In conclusion I would state that you
can mako such disposition of this as you
may see lit; but I would like you to dls
abuso the minds of your fellow-cltlzous
of Impressions that they may have un
favorable to a people who, though erring
they may have been, are now, in tho liv
ing present, doing all they can towards
building up their Stato aud society.
W. W. Evans, W. M.,
Austin Lodge, No. 12.
Nainsooks, marscllles, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets and Swiss, at Hellbron
& Well's. w iw
At the meeting of the select council,
Wednesday night, Councilman Jorgen-
en moVed that a tax of $5 should bo
naid on all dogs, and a tax of $10 on all
sluts, and that, the entire canlno species
should bo kept muzzled or confined, wo
have heard regrets expressed that this
motion did not prevail. Dogs Infest ove
ry street, alley and placo of public resort
in the city, singly, in pairs and some
times In droves. They form a nuisance
and an abomination; and since they are
llablo to hydrophobia at any moment,
we, tho local, are of the opinion that tho
safety of tho people demands prompt ac
tion on the part of our authorities akin
to that suggested by Councilman Jorgeu
sen. Mrs. Mary C. Hutchinson, late editress
of tho late 'Ollvo Branch', of Cairo, is
mnrriod, Mr. David G. Plerson, of this
city, being , tho happy and fortunato
bridegroom tTho announcement of this
union hoVbeen delaycd'for reasons satis
factory to tho parties concerned, but not
too long to deny us tho privilege of wish
ing tho married couple all kinds of do
mestic bliss, anumerousand distinguish
ed progeny, a long life, happy death aud
Nolle lo T.v-riij prn,
The delinquent list will bo commonced on
tho 10th day of April, thoio wishing to iavo
cwt, had letter como to tho Court homo at
onco and ccttlo.
Louis II. Myers, Collector.
Tho Cairo 'Times' has at last veutured
an opinion on municipal matters. It
had no opinion" on the JFox, Howard &
Coi'oouipljtyUfqu. uo, opinion jftbout, tho
Maglnnis bond, no oplnlonabout tho ap
plication for street railroad privileges,
but concerning tho matter of hogs run
ning at largo It speaks out. Utterly reck
less of its own Individual rights it think
hogs shouhLbo kept up.
Well, that Is so much.
Tho evidence lu tho caso against Brad
ley, tho colored prencher, for hog steal
ing, closed to-day nt noon, and, as wo
go to prefcs tho caso Is being argued by
tho attorneys. During tho progress of
tho trial tho court houso was tilled with
sympathising eolnredrlends, almost no
pessltatlng.tho lighting of tho gas. At"
no tlmowdFo there less than two hund
red negrrf men nnd women present.
We predict nu nccqulttal, and tho con
sequent discomfiture of Bradley's perdo
outors! A colored preacher steal a hog!
Preposterous 1 How cw? ho?
Tho joint committco
Council and Board of
from tho Soloct
pointed to arraugo for tho reception and
entertainment of the Illinois Stato Press
Association,. .mot yesterday afternoon,
and adopting resolution lnvltug( tho
co-operatlon bf promlucnt ' cltlzou's, ad
journed.untll o'cloj:k this P, M;., j .
WiVWefchuTofllcer Is onlthdsmell for
nulsanco8..A couple of .citizens wpro
befoWWre Bross, this' : morHing,
chargedi1h authors of obnpxjqusydop
holes, but the ciarges were not sustaln-d-Duo
vlgllauco In this regard Will
prevent much slcknessdurlug tho coming
On tho 15th day of February, by tho
Rev. J. C. Smith, of Kentucky, Mr. Uart
vld G. Plerson. to Mrs. Mary C. Hutch
inson; both of Cairo, Illinois.
Ami;xii:it a.m mJiLji:u
nm'VKNl'Ol'WKSTBEET AND WASU1NQT
We stW"passlng-from-dot t de?,-!
yesterday, an ablo bodied man with a
paper in his hand asking people to give'
11.1..-. u,..-Ta "ut-iLiZ u
uiiu Buinubiiuig in .cuanty, vtmuiu ji
not bo well If such a beggar oeuld be put
in closo condnement on bread and water
until ho would be glad to go to work and
earn his living; and that such persons
as haVo been so Indiscreet as to glve hlmi
anything, should pay for tho prison"
rent, and fare!
We have no need'for-Htrcot beggars In
any city or town in Illinois, neither:
should wo encourage any. All citizens,
especially all bcnevolont, citizens ouglit
to consider upon tho nature of tho fact;
and curb their sympathies by their Judg-t
ments insist upon their .tying Just be-,
foro thoy aro genetous Just to the com
munity in which they live, Just to a
great Stato whoso enterprise affords em
ployment for tho Industrious, and whoso
charities aro ample protection for tlie,
indigent, beforo thoy aro generous to In-,
dlvlduals, nine-tenths of whom are Im
postors, and tho other tenth deluded.
Begging to a great extent, has become
a trade. Loafers put on tho worn out
uniforms of soldiers, claiming to havo
lost their health In the army, and set
ting up that as a plea for alms. But it
is timo that each community should pro
tect Itself against thcao appeals. Tho
tax payer provides a shelter fortho poor,
and It is tho duty to arrest and placo
there, all citizens of tho county engaged
in asking alms.
Pert LUt for the 31 Hoars EmdlBff at
Two o'clock, t'. M.
0n. Andcfion. Colum. j Wm. Whit, rmltich;
City of Cairo, Ht. Louis.
8ilr Ppray. Ht. I.ouls.
It. E. hf, Cincinnati.
Barn Hole, Memphla.
cnampion, m, lyoun,
I. Carroll, N. O.
ficn. Anderson. Colum.; Wm. White, Fadneah;
City of Cairo, Memphlt,
W. K. Arthur, N. O.
Shamrock, Ht. IjuIi .
P. Carroll, Ht, Loul,
Deng! Tiger, Ht. Louli.
it. K. L.ee, n. u.
Hllvtr Spray, Cincinnati.
Hero tho river is about stationary It
is not yet certain whether the rise in tho
Mississippi will counteract tho fall in
tho Ohio and keep tho river ffcm reced
ing at this point, but wo heiievo the rlv
er will fall a little.
Business has fallon off considerably In
tho past fow days, but It is not expected
that tho decline will continue,
Tho City of Coiro discharged several
lotH of assorted freights for our mer
chants, and received about thirty tons
Tho weather this morning was hazy as
that which characterizes Indian summer
and was rather too warm for comfort,
as tho mercury rose (o 82' before 11 A.M.
This Is coming outrathor strong, when
wo remember that wo had a snow storm
of several hours duration only six days
The Mississippi is still rising as far
north ns heard from, and tlio ico has at
length broken up In that river at tit.
Paul, Minnesota. Tho Missouri is still
rising. Tho rise in these Wvers has been
a very singular one sometimes rising
two inches per day and soiuotl rues two
feet, but never having became stationary
for over thrco weeks, , , ,
Tho Ohio is now falling nearly rltfl
wholo length, having fallen IS Inches nt
Evansville. There is soyen.fcqt largo
at Pittsburg, aud seventeen feet overtho
falls nt Loulsvillo.
Tho "Whlto brought outl.lUubi tobacco
for rcshipmcnt east per ran rromuairo;
00 bags corn for A. Macklo & Co.,.aud a
lot of "movers," horses, wagonB"and
plunder, for Cairo; 100 pkgs wagon stuff
and sundries, 1 hhd tobacco forreshlp
Tho Armada brought 105 sks wheat, 8
pjows and a large lot of plunder 'and
sundries for Cairo; G bbls onions forrc
shlpment to St. Louis; .33 hhds tobacco,',
50 bbls meal, 5. tons sundries for rcship
ment south. , , . ,
Tho'l'autfno Carroll "discharged horo
S3 bbls nnd half bbls molasses, 25 bxs
orange, "Obls sweet potatoes, 1-1 bales
hides,b-l casks sufphur, principally for
rebhipment north, por rail. Slio had a
fab: trip for St. Louis, and (en companies
of tho U. B. Infautry, which alio has cou-
traded to deliver nt tit, Paul, Minn. Sho
claims to havo como hero frpin $(ow, Or
leans in -1 days, 10 hours, Tunning timo.
Tlio Molllo Able, Cant. Dan Able,
leaves hero this evening for Now Orleans
nnd way points.
Tho Win. White, Capt. Northorn,
Clerk Jimmy Brovcrly, Is lho regurar,
packet for Paducah this evening.
Tho lleet and beautiful steamer Quick
stop, Capt. Doxter, Clerks Gramnianand
Pennington, is tho regular mall and pas
Kongor )tacket for Evauavillo and way
laudiugs this evening. Tho Quickstep
litis low pressure machinery and there la
no danger, of u .blow, up ou her,, wiiilo her
oflicorsnro all well skilled and very
obliging. ' " ' v
TINWAUK. . ,
. ' riNHINtslXAOULK, "
COTTON CARDS. i
)' j'-v 1
COFFEE MLLI,S,i ri.
Thebcstm Uio niwketf all kuid--olld, movaWq .'
and perforated tooth. . . .i . i
. . riTCUEll &ety
lOa Coaimcrpja.! Af 'uua corner JwmK slriet,'
iiurTltf ,l n 'cAiuoirJDiNoij.-' ,
JJ1HE MEXICAN EVER-BEARING
Tho Best Varioty Known
A CONTINUOUS AND PltOLIPtC Unror from tho
first Of JUIlO Until frOll rioh. anti.nnl.l tl.ivnr
flno site, trong ftrowfr, vigorous Imliit. Altoitcthcr
miperlor to nnyothor known rnrltty. I'rlco 91 per
iloun. Tha timlernirnei nro tlin linnrrnl Aunnti tnr
Boiittirrn lltlnoiK, (Counllc nlnrtR nnl totitlinfO.
m. m. i, ib,; m noin, oruitir auwioruoil aitontH, nil
plant or bcrrlcrt in Houtbern Illlnol muntlmonlfrril.
Prom a Urea amount of tcitlmony tho followhic lul
ipt to J. P. WhlllnK, Ksi.. of Detroit, glvcgnn lilrnof
thoHtlnvntlonlli wlilclithli vnrlftyl liclil liy thono
famlllnr with Uh upcnor ctinrtwterlstlcn s
Diinilfiillcli., Mftrcli4, 13C3.
Ji P. WHITING Sir; In nnWfr to your Inriulry
rtlatlvo to the introduction of tlio Mixicftii F.vcr-lloni-Inn
Strawberry Into this country. I Imvo tho honor to
talo tint it was brotiKht from .Mexico In tlio fall of
by F. Mack, an Intimate friend of nur family,
who presented us with n flip, from which tlio vines of
F. Hcrantou wcro propagated.
The Vines aro Tlgorom growers, and pufflclenlly har
dy to enduro ny ordinary heat or cold. This totraw
berry is aprollllii bearer, opening Its blossoms r.irly
in the spring, and cotitinuInK to ltoom anil henr
until thn frost cuts tho Tines In tho tall. Thorln
rorof tho Ixrry Isrxcellent; ami, owltiff to Its firm
ness and lack of noldlty. will bear trans riortallon bet
ter thin any other strawberry. Itesucutfullv,
J.W. MASON, M. I).
The followlnir testimony Is from A. II. Taber, pro
prietor of tho lildtllo House, Detroit, formerly of tho
Klchmond House, Chicago!
Detroit, JonunryS, 1869.
This Is to certify that I have, during tho months of
June, Jrlf, Jtgv$l, ktptmbtr tod Ottohtr, seen nml cnl-
tn uie Hirawix'irr cnnou tno .Mexican i-.vor-iienrinir,
and crown by J. V. Whiting & Co., In tho season ot
1808, ami find them to o n m fruit if Hth (torsr, gxyt
nie, anil wen wormy or cultivation, a- is. taiikh.
rroprietor uiuuio iiouso, uctrou, jiicn,
Hubbard i Kcrnoy, General Accnts for. Southern
Illinois, for K. I.. Leg? & Co., Chicago, General Agents
for tin tilate.
ir. w. jiuiiiiAiti),
W. R. ItKHXKY, Cairo.
J. P. W1IITINU & CO., Proprietor,
apCilAwim Dttrolt, Michigan.
-yAUD'S EUREKA TONIC !
Ward's Itlicuinatlc Lluaniciil 1
Now has a reputation overall other remedies befortr
tho public, for tho reason It has cured many cases that
havo baffled tho ftklll of our most eminent physician ,
and pronounced Incurahto by them all. Persons suf
fering with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Pick or Ncrvwin
Headache, Chills and Kotor, Typhoid and Illilloiu 1'c
vcrs, CourIis, Colds, Coinuniptlon, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Pain In tho Hide, Ilrcast, or Hack, should at
onco procure a bottle each of Jhf so InvaltiaMo rcmo
dlos and bo restored at onco to perfect health.
EUREKA TONIC Is good for Debility from any
causo. It has no equal as a Female Hemedy. It al(K
Dlgejllon and purines tho Illooil, and prevontn di
rase.cleanslnf tho system of al llmpurltlcs, which If let
remain, produco a sallow complexion anil bring on
disease that makes life ono of misery. Wood' Eure
ka Tonic It compounded of tho purest Vegetable Ex
tracts, and Is pleusant to take, and mild lu lu action
on tho system.
Try ono bottle It will keep your Liver and Stomach
right, and proveut billlousness.
W.M. WAltl), Covington, Ky.
A. U. WHITAKEIt,
Wholcfale and Kc tail Agent, Cnlro, Illinois.
And for solo by Drucslst gtmernllyj inartlMtn
gAINT CHAJtLES lllTEL,
THK ST. CHAItLKS HOTEL,
The only F1IIST-CLASS UOTlul. in Cairo
Is now In tho most uncxeeptionaMo order for guest
Laving underguuo a
The past Summer.
Tox'Xia.fSi, Jj!a OO 3?or 30vy
IlaguK Carried to nml from the Hotel
freo of Charge.
Day Board, Tiotnty-Fhe Dollars per month
JEWETT WILCOX Jb CO.,
DYAST. I'AIIKKH. JOHN II. l'JIILUS.
JpAKIvER & nilLLlS, ;
Couiuilssioii nml ronrardiug Mcrcliauts'
And Dealers lu
liny, Corn, Onls, Ilrnn, nml nil Kliids or
OHIO LEVEE CAHtO, ILL.
S. n, ATI; lis.
A YEltd & CO.,
K. J. AYEIIS.
asm cenciui. '
q O M M IS S I O X M D 11 CUA
Nu. l'J3 Ohio Levee, CA1HO, ILL."
gTRATTON, nUDSON AOLAlUv,
(Successors to Cunningham li Ktruttoii,)
' 'roccrs and .Qoininlssloii Merclmuts,
No. ft7 Ohio Lovtc, Culro, III.
GROCERIESi BOAT STORES, ETC.
ranUly Oroccricn, Provisions, Vegetable,
,'A largo supply of Fanoy Groceries, Cannecr'Frults,
'etc., always ou hand. Everything puro and fresh.
8. E. COIt. OK WASHINGTON AV. AND TENTH ST.
Q. tD. -WILLIA31SON,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
Jfo. 70 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
Special attention given to consignmonw anu miing
orders. . - "wsn'.Mtf
STAl'IE AND FANCI GKOCEUIES,
prviniouH, I'rotluvCf Cl Oil, ka
,lijffo! MU ) oil! oHl( U.
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