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SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1800.
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M. II. HAKKKM., ASSOCIATE KD1T0H.
LOCAL NEWS. )
inuu: (spring, isuui ,
New arrival' of 'a complete ntockof
spring and summor koouh at
a3 lw IlKiLmtdN & Weil. '
Fir This Morning.
Flames vera discovered buretlng from
tuoroor or a rear uuildlng on the prom
Jsesof Mr. Autlioy O'Dounoll, near the
corner of Commercial aveliUo and Tenth
street, about half past three o'clock this
morning; and in a, few minutes the
Arabs and Hough and Readies were
pouring copious nhowcrs of water upon
them. Tho building, as arcall adjoining
structures, is of wood ; and that the flra
was not a very disastrous one, Is owing
to tho prompt arrival nndoxcollont work
of tho fire companies.
Tho flro caught in tho room over tho
kitchen, with which an outwiile flight o
stairs communicated. As the room was
vacant and the door unlocked, it Is tho
oplulon of Mr. O'Doiiuoll tliut some inn
licious porsou applied the match for tho
purposo of plunder. Tho damage td tho
building can bo repaired by an expend!
turoof 5200 or 3oO. Anticipating tho
destruction of tho entiro building Sir,
O'JD. lost considerable by tho hasty re
ruoval of his furniture, bovoral articles
of value were broken, aud others stolen
His iusuranco Is sunlcient, howovor, to
coverall losses. .
P. O. Bchuh keens Laudreth's gardaii
seeds, tho growth of 1608; perfectly
Bouud and reliable. iiwd
Tho 'Times' nay tho Fox, Howard f&
Co. claim "has been sufficiently ills
cussed and legislated upon In a manner
that would disgust a ten-year old boy."
If this Is true, tho verbatim reports of
tho sayings anddelngsofthocounoll that
burden tliut delcctublu sheet aro lin
ruensely "rellablo" and "valuable" to its
readers. Tho legislation that was culcu
latcd to dfoguat small boys is not men
tloncd, and If tho matter was referred to
on moro than ouo occasion tho reader of
thoao "veracious" reports Is profoundly,
iguoraut thereof generally nnd specially.
Hence, If It Is true that this council hns fre
queiltly discussed tho aforesaid claim, tho
"enterprlnlng" reports of tho 'Times' aro
falue. If the reports are truo, the lie
cornea In on tho other hMo. Ho, fix it as
you will, the Times' has lied.
Lamlroth'4 Fresh nnd
Seeds at 1. K.Feliuh't drue
Reliable Garden
store. m312wd
rtriullcr Clt'isrrtl.
As wo predicted, Uradloy's persecutors
failed to convict him of hog stealing
We have heard of "hair breadth escape.'
"escaping by tho skin of ono's teeth ;'k
but Jlradley escaped by the spl't of a
how's ear. Tho fucU nro these: Minor
Johnson, Jlradley'n chief itorveciitor,
swore that the sow stolen from him was
unmarked ; huhad raised her lromn pig,
eho had slept under his house aud grown
up with the family, and ho know her
well, hhe was a large, long-tailed, un
marked white sow. Several wltue&sc
bworo that thoy saw Uradley driving
hucIi a sow towards hH own house. Hut
right hero a colored woman comes In
who testifies that tho sow Hrmlley drovo
homo and into his stable .was marked
with a slit in thu car. Slio noticed par
ticularly heard tho sow squealing in
Bradley's stable, and afterwards saw the
animal's dressed head and the slit was
still there. Mtrabtlo dtclu! A dog had
torn tho sow's car and Minor Johnson
had forgotten Itl Ho had lmd his nwvur
aud could not ho reproduced to explain
tho silt, and tho prosecution forgot to
call Minor's wlfo for that purpose. So,
when tho Jury retired, there Avero two
bows to consider of, Tho long-tailed, un
marked while sow that Minor Johnson
lost, aud tho long-tailed, whlto car-slit
sow that Bradley slaughtered. Hero
was a quandary creating a "reasonable
doubt." Bradley had been Indicted for
stealing Johnson's sow, but the testimo
ny showed that ho had somebody else's
sow. Henco tho verdict of "not guilty."
Tho vast concourso of negroes present
received tho announcement with evi
dences of pleasure, and when tho rever
end 'gentleman made his appearance
among them in tho strcot thoy hailed
him with ohcerfl anil ombraccs.
.Remember tho placo where you can
And choice prints at I2J cents.
n3 lw Hkilhuon & Weil. ,
Tho editor of tho 'Times' soys tho brls
ties on his back aro too shortfor an Intel
ligent discussion of hogology. Mercy
onusl A muddy-sided, long-tusked,
wiro-brlstled, rusty old grunter, attempt
ing to play tho rolo of tho short-bristlod
shoat! Tho assuranoe of tho man Is as
tounding. Rub his bristles tho "wrong
way" aud you will think your hand
caught lu a carding machine!
Don't forget the falr'und festival next
Tuesday night In bohalf of the Loretto
Academy freo school. It will ho held in
the building formerly ocoupled by Mark,
Parsons & Co., ou the corner of Tenth
and Loveo strcots.
John Itees will open (ho Flora Ganlen
to visitors to-morrow (Sunday), and
hopes that his friends, or parties relish
ing a walk to tho suburbs, will call upon
him.
"' 1 i
Try Spalding's Jatamnnsi Hnlr restorer
Is undoubtedly the best Jmlr preparation c
introduced to tho public, Pur sale, wh
salo or retail, at I. G. Scltuh's. 3towU
It
ever
whole-
AlexMder circuit Caart.
HON. I). i BAKER, JR., JUDGE.
, Friday, April 0th Fifth Dan Afterneen.
Robert W. Miller Jvs William Barker,
Assumpsit; Judgment against defendant
The People vs Jacob Bradley, larceny;
Jury and yerdiot of, not( ulty ,n I
' Batunftr, April lOth'-Blxth Dayi forenoon.
' Tlie WopJe vAl'JTa'cibBraaiey; larceny;
Jqry returned verdict ,of' not guilty.
Reed Mann vs. Goo. G, Mayo, et als.,
mechanics' lien; dismissed by plaintiff.
Perry .Powers m Joseph Smith,' fetal.,
assumpsit; leave to flleipleaiof setoff!
JolIri'Hdg,an',' fdr iise &o., vs. Geo. "W.
Brown, ct al., debt; demurrer to decree
overruled, and leave given, dofendant td
answer by Tuesday,
riternhelmer ' & Marx vs. Hartford
Flro Insttratico Company assumpsit;'
venue changed 19 ,U. S. clrdittcduVt' t
Sternhelmcr fc Marx vs. JEtria Irisiir
unco Co,, assumpsit; venue changed to
U. S. circuit court. , ,r ,
Bternhcimer fc Marx vs. Phoenix In
suranco Co , assdnipsllr venuo effauged
to U. fcj. circuit dohrt. r x . , .
Marinda Marchildon, et al., vs. Alfred
J. Pope et a), Injunction; dwAiUacd at
defendant's cost. x t j
Anderson Mcacham vs. Wllmot JC.
-Munson, ctal., foreclosure of mortgage;
default of Munsdh, et ux., entered and
rule on dofendant Hay to answer by
Monday morning next.
L Daniel Arter, etal., vs. JErvIn Maxwell,
bill to foreclose mortgage; dismissed at
plaintiff's coBt, with leave to withdraw1
note and mortgage.
Scphrpnla . Farmer vs. David N.
Farmer, divorce; master's report 111 and
decree of divorce granted as prayed.
Tho people vs. Florence Mlddleton,
larceny; Jury ompannelled. j
Spalding's Jatamansl Hair restorer ii
proeitcly what it professes to be, a iiaik nes-
tokatiye. it is mo surcsi ana taiasi pro
pnration y( tho age. For supplies, .wholes-Jo
or retail, apply at P. G. Schuh'i drug store.1
3tw3w.
At No. 144 Commercial avenuo you
can find all the fashionable goods of tho
Mason. a3 Jw
,trB-l Assecslal.
A fow mornings, ago, we happened to
bo present in one of the down East
courts, in which there seemed to be a
rule that upon the meeting of the court
of mornings the roll of attorneys should ,
bo regularly called for motions, and no
attorney was allowed to make more than
pno motion until all thu rest were heard.
On this occasion, wo noticed among tho
attorneys a young disciple of Blackstoue,
who seemed to bo waiting his turn with
an evident air of Impatience depleted oh
his countenance.
At length his name was reached, when
ho Instantly sprang to his feet, and, In a
somewhat hurried andconfuucilmannur.
called th'o attention of the court to tho
number of u cause upon the common law
docket, and thereupon moved tho .court
for Judgment by1, "nft dlc'etl" on.ihe
ground that no pica had been filed. Upon
examining tho return of tho sheriff.
however, it turned out that tho scr
vio lacked Just 0110 da' of being in
time, when tho court, in a very bland
aud pleasant manner, remarked that tho
cause would have ta stand continued
until next term for want of duo service.
Our young Blackstoue, though evidently
disconcerted ut tho turn tho case had
taken, yet retaining his position ou tho
llloor, and lu anclovated tone, addressed
tho court after this manner: "May it
please tho court, nluco I havo failed to
make this motion stick, I would like to
know whether It would bo any violation
of tho rulo to make another." This
brought tho houso down, and in the
midst of tho confusion, wo mado our
exit!
Midi OyKler it LouU Herbert's,
' Louis Herbert has Just received at his
restaurant a splendid lot of fresh shell
oysters, In prlmo order. He has also re
ceived a supply of Cincinnati lager.
This first-class rostaurant is as usual
prepared to servo customers with all
klmjspf luxurious and substantial eata
bles lu tho most cleanly and uccoptablo
ble style.
Egyptian uiocK, basement noor.
aprI18-dlw
A Dciicrato Nrvro.
Sheriff Dyor, of Pulaski county,
brought a negro to Cairo yesterday ov
ug, and Incarcerated him in our Jail for
safe keeping.
This negro attended religious servlco
In Mound City last Sunday and pro
fessed religion, Ho wont homo (p tho
country on Tuesday, und seeing a negro
that works on Mr. Blggorstuffs place,
concluded that tho negro was tho origi
nal "dovll," and llialho mustshoot him.
Ho lovelcd his shot-gun for that purposo,
but tho "negro dovll" dodged behind, a
trco. Ho loft ono of his hnnds exposed,
however, aud tho roliglous negro blazed
away at that, mangling it somewhat,
but not destroying it. At this Juucturo
Mr. Btggerstatf, with a gun on his shoul
der and accompanied by a neighbor,
cumo upon tho scene of action; but tho
religious negro uudauutod by tho superi
or force against him, maintained his
ground. Loveling his shot-gun again,
ho compelled tho new force to halt, tho
neighbor taking refuge behind a treo.
BlggcrstatT, regarding tho conflict as one
of life or death, brought his gun to a level
and fired both barrels la quick succes
sion, but not bofore tho negro had emp
tied ins lost barrel ana lougeu a portion-
of its contents in Mr. B.'h abdomen.
Both parties now clubbed their guns and
rushed upon each other; but In leas than
a minute tho negro was upon his baok
and securely bound.
Ho was undoubtedly crazy at tho time,
as he had no cause for enmity against
either Mr BlggerstatTor tho uegro wlibni
ho wounded. V
Xt, iu4-ai, ,Tfljf Kflrlbntloss.
AtiMMncer on tho' steamer Richmond,
here Thursday, communicated to uiytlie'
details of an affair of love, and blood
shed at Grand Gulf, that Is In full keep
ing with this age of horors.
Near Grand Gulf live two respectablo
families, Cushlng and Andrews. Miss
Androws, a lovely and highly accom..
pllshed young lady had excited the ad.
miration of vounir Cushlna. He had
loVe'd her fong arid almost madly. 'A
few days ago he offered her his hand,
and it was rejected. Ho brooded ovor
his rcjeotlon, and Anally determined
that if ho could not enjoy the young
lady's charms no one else should.
Accordingly, on Monday last ho replared
to tho resldenco of Miss Andrews, and
solicited a couferonce with her. Suspec
ting no harm alio appeared at the door,
when Cushlng leveled Jhls pistol at her
with tho remark "die for your d d per
fidy" fired. The ball penetrated the
breast of the young lady, who with a
wild exclamation or "Ob, my God! he
has killed met" fell forward and died
Instantly. .The murderer, who was
mounted, rodo hurriedly away; but In
less than half an hour tho father of the
young lady, was in hot pursuit. In a
fow hours ho everhaled Cushlng, when
a fight for life ensued. Both parties dis
mounted, and at a distanco of a few
pacos fired tho contents of their revolv
ers into each others bodies. When Mr.
Androws' son, who followed his father,
arrived at the scene of the deadly meeting,
Cushlng was dead, two balls having pen
etrated his breast, and tho Bcnlor An
drews, lying flvo or six paces distant,
was mortally wounded. Exchanging a
few words with hlsson the fathor expired
where he bad fallen; and the bodies were
removed together.
We, give the above as we received It,
vouehingfornopartof It,
Free I,HBeht'tke Co Hit Ilotue fliloa.
Jlmmlo English will seta free lunch at
the Court Houso Saloon every morning
at 10. oclock, and ho Invites ills friends,
parties attending on court from town
and country, to como and feast to thblr
full. The best of ales, wines, liquors
and cigars on hand. 5t
One of the heaviest nnd most drench
ing showers of the season was that of 11
o'clock to-day. The necessity for It in
this section was not apparent; buE rain
lug somewhere else Paducah, probably
on the unjust, It hud to visit tho Just,
to make good tho bible truism.
i. 1 1 ,
The Interest oxclted among our citizens
by tho proposed visit of tho Illinois Press
Association on tho Hist, shows that
tho honor of tho visit is appreciated,
and very plainly indicates that our dis
tinguished visitors will bo cordially re
ceived and hospitably entertained. So
should it bo.
IlIVEIt SEWS.
Port
I.Ut
l
fur the St Kouro Eudluif
Two o'clock, V.St.. , .
sit
ARIIIVALS.
Cm. AnJcrPon, Cblum.t Win. Whiff, TaJucmIi;
Mary Hon. inn, Loultyille. lion, I'jti.UirK.
(jmckstrii, Krrirlllo. Wildoni, l'uutiurg.
Uifluli, LiiK'imiati, Tyrone, .N'-hTllle.
Clify nnt, " IWllo St. Louis, Memphis,
lion Aworl, Metropolis. We itmorelanJ, o.
Lavrrenee, St. Loul.
DKl'AUTURES.
fif n. Anderson, Colum.; Wm. While, PaluoAh;
llou, N. O. Qjiicksten, Krnus.
Mury Ilouiton, N O. Clifton, Meinphi.
Wilileat, NMhTllle. Cheyenne, Little Itock,
Tvrene, NaOirille. lion Accord, St. Louis.
Westuioitlauil. Cm. Ilcllebt, Louia.
I.awruce, CliKlnuitti.
Tho weather continues spring-like.
having been beautiful and bright yester
day afternoon, aud cloudy and rainy
this forenoon. What it wllLbo this oveu
iug, our readers at. a distanco must wait
until our next issue to discover.
Some of our patrons in tho city ask
why "wo take such pains to Inform them
of tho weather when they know as much
about It as wo do. To thoso dear, good
souls wo would say that tho "weather
paragraphs tiro not written for our city
readers, but there aro thousands of oth
ers nt a dlstauco who aro greatly, und
somo of them 11 vo along tho river ,bolow
Cairo, vitally Interested In knowing
what kind of weather wo hayo In Cairo.
These people for instance can take n St
Louis paper, a Cairo paper and a Louis
ville or Cincinnati paper, nnd by com
parison, cau tell tho extent und dura
tion of storms which would bo llablo to
nfled them in any manner. Wo might
follow tho subject much further did spaco
permit, but wo will only say ut present
that tho weather paragraphs aro fre
quently of tho utmost Importance.
Tho Mississippi und Missouri contimio
to riso, but thu St. Louis Democrat of
yesterday professes to havo information
leading to tho bollef that tho Missouri
will very soon como to a stand aud thou
fall, Wo hopo this information is correct.-
-
Tho Ohio is still falling very fast from
Pittsburg to Paducah. Only soveu feet
scant is now reported in tho channel to
Pittsburg, and thirteen foot over tho falls
at Louisville.
Tho Cumberland Is also falling with
flvo feet largo ou Harpoth shoals.
Hero tho river romalustatlounry nnd
and tho rise from tho Mississippi seems
to exactly counteract tho fall in tho Ohio.
Wo bellove howovor it will bo falling
this evening.
Tho White brought 60 bbls Hour aud a
few lots chickens. Ac, for rcshlnmont
to Memphis, and 30 bbls flour for O. W.
Green, Cairo.
Tho Tyrone was as usual crowded with
people, and brought also 6 bbls apple
brandy, 3 hhds tobacco, 02 bdls iron. 17
pkgs leather, 30 pkgs cedar ware, GOO ce
dar posts', and several lots sundries for re
shlpmeiit'to St.Tiouls; 170 bbls flour, 60
uuim meai, o casus uaoon lor rosiiintnent
to Memphis; 124 hhds tobacco; 25 largo-
sugar kettles; 100 bags oil cake, 50 bbls
meui, luasKs corn.ror resnipment to Now
Orleans. x 4
The Quickstep1 brbligt 60 pkgs assorted (
morcnanaise, uuia wuuxy, o emu eggs,
for reshlpment south, and the following
Cairo freights: W. M, Davidson, 0 pkgs
sundries; Grace Winsor, 1 traak.
The Wm. White, Capt. Northern,
Clerk Jimmy Brovorly, is tho regurar
packet for Paducah this evening. ' '
The Cumberland, Captain BUlyLowih,
is the regular mail and passenger packet
forEvansvlllo thfs .evening. a
The Belle Memphis; Captain Crane,
clerk, Billy Blenkcr, is the regular pack
et for Memphis this evening. , i
The Mollle-Able, Capt. John M. Leav
onworth, leaves positively for New Or
leans this evening. '
Hollbron and Well
stock of white goods In
and examine.
havo tho larges
tho city. Call
adlw
Nainsooks, marseillcs, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets and Swiss, at Hellbron
& Well's. a3 1w
ii ' mft i ! ii I
A splendid lot of dress, goods Just
opened at Hellbron & Weil's. a3 lw
JUouejr Hn-reil!
lly buying your, groceries of J. H. Motcalf,
who keeps. a largo and select stock of the best
family supplies, nnd sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 334 Washington avenue,. op
posite tho court house. inarOtf
Jfoilco lo TnX'Vnyen,
The delinquent list will bo commenced on
tho 10th day of April, thoso wishing to save
cost, had better como to tho Court houso at
ones nnd settle.
Louis II. Mtkks, Collector.
A Card.
A Clorgyman, wlillo residing in Bonth America as a
missionary, discovered a (afo and simple remedy for
the euro of Nervous Weakness, Early Decoy, Diseases
of (he Urinary and Seminal Organs, and (ho whole (rain
of disorders brought on by banefulaml vicious habits.
Great numbers havo been cured by (his noblo remedy.
Prompted by a desire (o benefit (ha afflicted and un
fortunate, I will send tho rccipo for preparing' and
nslngthls medicine, In a scaled envelope, to any one
who needful, rasa or cmane. Addrcas,
JOSEl'il I. l.NMAN,
Station D.Uiblo House,
fcbl-dSm New Tork Cityi
npoctalljr dosltrned for tho uio of the. Medical I'ro
t flon and the 1-amllr. toiesinif Hiok Intrinsic
niedialnal properties which belong to an old and Puro
(Jlu.
Indispensable to FomalCH
Good for Kidney Com
HARDWARE.
H'
lYItDWAHE.
HTOVES, ,
TINWARE.
."'1
TAIII.K CUTLERY,
POCKET IC.VI VES
TRACE CJ1AI-VS, ,
riNiri.XO TACKI.K,
t. u .; COTTON CARDS, . '
'coffee .Mir.r.s, f
iiCt, 4iV., JtCt
& J. W & ,
Ihe bert in tho market of all kinds soil J, tnbvaJ'lo
ami perfcratel tooth. .
-at- :
iviioiii:sAiii: vmici:tait,,
-y-
riTCIIEn & HENRY,
lOQ Commercial Avenue, comer Twelfth street.
iiureuu uaiku, iiiiuixoia.
CARPENTERING.
JOHN MADDEN,
AUPXTIl AXI HUILWEU
iVEAJl TWELFTH STREET,
IlETWEEN I'OPLAU STflKET AND WASHINGTON
dee21tf AVKNUK.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A.
HALLEY'S CHARTER OAK
STOVE STORE
AM
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
ff O 3 33 I KT & SBC02?
No. 100 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Abo o tho Market Home.) (
Rooting, Gutlerius, Ppontlntf anil Steamboat Work
done In a neat and
iiiaianuai
manner, at short no-
tlco
occ.iuitr
71AMEI ! .
TO OllT.UNITGO TO
IIEEUWART, 0RT1I & CO'S '
And purchoso tho loading
8tOVO Of tlXO A OMt
A cood vnrlelv of Cookinir nnd Heatlni! Stoves al
ways on luind. Also a complete assortmcut of
Tluvvare, Hollow-Ware, dtc, Ac.
Uanufacturexs of Guttering and Hoofing.
Our motto is Quick Bales and Small Profits.
CjTSutl. faction guaranteed lu every
dcc2rC8dtf
mstance.'
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W
M. EHLERS,
FASIIIONAULK
Boot axxcA Atlxoo TVT.lK.y
Txecniitth tiretf, belween Washington and
roplar ttrects,
(Nearly opposite the Court House,)
Keeps a splendid stock of tho best material, and good
workmen, and can till orders on short notice.
Mending douo neatly aud cheaply. Patronage so
Hoited. dec2Vffijdtr
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNQ
QARfc L, THOMAS, , ,7
SIGN AND ORNAXlTmPAINTEl.
Bhojs South-east corner ofEIghth'alreeiaid'CwB.
iiviciui HTctiuo iup stairs,
dec-itf iro' Oi..
plaints, a delicious Tonic, rut unin canes, eoninin
Init ono dnscn bottle each, and sold by all druggists,
erucurs. 4o. A. M. Uimiii,'er 4 Co., cstaUlahed 1T78,
No. IS llcavcr street, New York. inarMdly
((pjjj MEXICAN' IByER-BEAIttjta
. ., STRAlVIICHRYy
The Best Variety Known
lf:-fliI!tof.Juno un,urrtl rich, sub-acld flavor.
(Ino r. Ito, strong (crowcr, vigorous Imblt. Altogether
superior to any other known variety. Price f 3 ncr
dozen. The i tindcrsiancd oro tho (lAncrnl Agents Vor
'.'."'f.o l111"0",- It-'oiinties along nnd south of O.
M. Jt, n.,) of whom, or Uieir .imtliorized kgonU, nil
plants or berries in Southern initial tniistlioorilered.
From a largo nmount of testimony tho following let
ter, (o ;I. P. Whiting, hnq..(r Dolrolt, gives nn Idea of
tho estimation In which this vurloty Is licld by tliOM
CnmUiar with Ita superior characteristics t
Dundee, Mich., March 4, lintf,
J. P. WHITINO Sin In onsvvcr to your linmlry
relative to thu Introduction of tho Mexican Kror-llcsr-ing
Htrawberry Into this country, I havo the honor to
tnte that it was brought from .Mexico In tho fall of
isos, uy e. sianlc. nn inUmate menu of our tnmlly,
who presented us with a slip, from which tho vines or
I. Huranton wcro propagated.
The vines aro vigorous growers, and sufficiently
nar-rnw-
iy to endure any Ordinary hent or cold. . ThIS BtrnW.
berry la a
In IhesDrl
prolinu beaiur, nix-nlnir ll blos6mS'
enrly
ing.and continuing t bloisom and boor
until the frost tuts tho vum In tho fall) Tho fla
vor or tho berry is exeellontt nml, owing to lls Arm
ness ana lacK or acidity, will boar truniportntiur
tr than any other Strawberry. Iltiooffullv.
bet-
J. W. MAbON, M. D.
The fallowing testimony is from A. B. Ykbcf , pro
prietor of tho Iilddlo House, Detroit, formerly of tho
nlchmond Houto, Chicago:
Dflliolt, January!9, lfWt.
This Is to certify that I have, during tho months of
cn i
an
1808,
nmt trH wnrilitf r
Propnctor lliddlo H6usc, Detroit; MIcb.
Hubbard A; Kcrncy, General Agents for Southcra
Illinois, for E. L. Legj i Co., Chicago, General Agcnbi
for tht btatc.
II. IV. HUBBARD,
t'F.NTItAMA t
IV. B. KEKXEY, Cairo.
J. P. WHITINU A CO.
apftvlAwSm
, I'mprlclon,
Detroit. Mlchlgail.
MEDICAL.
yARD'S EUREKA TONIC l
Ward's Rheumatic Lliiauiciit 1
Now has a reputation overall other remedies bcforn
the public, for tho reason It has cured many cukos that
have battled tho skill of our most eminent physicians,
and pronounced incuruLlo by them all. Persons suf
fering with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Kick or Nervmw
Headache, Chills and Kevcr, Typhoid aud llllllous Fe
vers, Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Ilhcumatlsm, Neu
ralgia, Pain In tho Bide, Hreast, or Hack, should at
once procure a bottlo each of these Invnlttabln reme
dies and be restored atonco lo perfect health.
EUREKA TONIO Is good fur Debility from any
causa. Jt lias no equal m it Fomalo Ilemedy. It alibi
Digestion and purities the lllood, nnd provrnts ills
case,clcansln( tho nyatem of nl llmpurltlos, vi hlch If let
remain, produco a sallow complexion and brlug'.ou
disease that makes Ilfo ono of misery. Wood's Eure
ka Tonic Is compounded of tho puret Vegetable Ex
tracts, and Is pleamnt to take, and mild In Its action
on tho system.
Try ono bottle It will keep your Liver aud SUinah
right, and prevent bilhousnvcs.
W.M. WAltD, Covington, Ky.
A. It. WHITAKEIt,
Wholesale and ISctill Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
And for salo by DruggUU generally. mar31-3ta
HOTELS.
gAINT CHARLES HOTEL, ,
Oair oT Illiixoi.
THE ST. CIIAHLES HOTL'Ii, '
The only FI11ST-CLASS HOTEL in CMri
Is now In tho most unexceptionable order'forgufsU
raring unuvrgotir a
TIIOUOUGlf IJUAOVATIOA'
The p.u( Summer.
. . I w s
Dny
UoYxxxmf $ttt OO Por
Unggage Cnrrlcil lo mid from tho Hotel
free of .ClinrKr.
Day Hoard, Twtniy-Fice Dollars per inonUk
JEWKTT WILCOX A CO.,'
decSldtf Proprlotew.
GROCERIES.-COMMISSION.
DYAS T. I'AKKEK. JOHN Jl. l'lIILI IfS.
pARKEH & TUILXilS,
General
Couiuilsslon nml Forwarding Mei-chanl
And Dealers In
liny, Corn, Onls, II run, nml nil Illmls nr
l'l'oiliirc,
OHIO LEVEE- .....CAIltO, ILL. "
apldlf
I. V. AYKIIS.
E. J.AYU1U,
A1
YERS & CO.,
jPXj so XT n.
AMP OCNblAL ,
C O AT M IS S I O N ME II OH A N TS.
No. 133 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILL. 1
marlldtf
gTIUVTTON, HUDSON & CLARK,
((successors to Cuuniugham k Struttou,)
WIIOLE4ALU
(Jroccrsaiul Coininlssloii Mercliniits,
No. 57 Ohio Ivco, Cairo, III.
decSrctdtf
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
OS. MENDEL,
Dealer In
Vamlly Groceries, l'rovlalona, Vcge tables,
ttc, :tc.
A larcb supiiIv of Fancy Groceries. Canucd Fruits.
etc., alnays ou hand. Everything pure nnd fresh.
. E. COH. OF WASHINGTON AY. AND TENTH &T.
ap3 tf
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
ivholi;nale gkoceh,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
Acs 70 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
BDeclalattontlonKlveu to consignments and filling
orders, decJl'CSdtf "
H.
JT. HULEN,
Scaler lit
AND FANCY GROCERIES,
lrTlleHM, 1'roaHce, Cokl Oil, sfcc
IM.Ojmmercial Avenue, Cairo. HI.
dc2Idtf
teen ann onl
ine mrawlierry called the Mexican Kvor-liesrtnir.
d Brown livJ. P. Wllltinirfe Co.. in. Hut wamn nC
, and find tllCM in bo n ftm fnllef Hrk SVirnr. irtod
t At.ii..n,rnH - t 1, Viiilm?

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