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TUESDAY, APRIL 13, i860.
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M. n. IIAttRELL, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
IiOCAL NEWS. 7
Tho' court iJrbcdedings iublfl(cil to-day
bring up our report to yesterday tivcnlng.
Hereafter wo- shall 'endea'vor to publish
this matter In regular ordor
There was no meotitrir of tho board of
aldermen last night, the occasion not
oeing very pressing, and the board hav
ing accepted an invitation to attend the
Arab auhlversury. ' 1 !
Abdywhllo carelessly handllnir an
ico hook, on tho Levee, yesterday, throw
tho hook into liis wrlat, lacerating tho
llesh quite badly, and Inflicting a painful
Elecllonfi wcro held all over Georgia
last week, for magistrates and constables
In Augusta, long considered tho radical
stronghold, tho democrats had a largo
majority 1-133 against 01G; electing all
fonrmaglstratC9, and noveu of eight con
John Hallahan and William Williams,
charged with tho robbery of Joe. Major,
were pronounced guilty to-day and sen
ienced to Ave yearn imprisonment in tho
ponltcullary. John Brady, connoctcd
wllh tho same robberry, was sent up for
Thu report of tho grand Jury to the
judge of tho circuit court will bo pub
lished in tho 'Bulletin' to-morrow. That
body, after a Session of seven days, ad
Dy buying yo'urgrocprlof pf J. If. jrutcalf,
who koepa a largo and eolect itock of tliubcst
family luppllej, und rolls cheaper than tho
cheapest, 2fo. 334 Wmhington nvenne, ojv
poiito tho court house. inarMf
A few nights ago, some fellow In need
of llfty-two dollars and u good watch,
made a raid upon tho bar o,f tho St.
James and accommodatcdhlmself. Cer
tain facts pointed to an individual ytiio
was heard from yesterday, as being' wa
tor bound In Kntuckj', as tho guilty
partj', J straightway two or threo
gentlemen started out In pursuit. They
returned about 12 m. to-day, without
their game. Tho thief, believed to be a
ynuug man by tho name of Gilbut, Is,
however, as wa supposed, hemmed in
by tho water in Kentucky. Had his pur
suers been ablo to procuro a sklll'they
could have captured him.
Till I'alr mill Kcallvnl To-Mlit.
Ilomember the fair and festival to bo
given in the building, corner of Tenth
and Ohio Levee, this evening, for tho
benefit of tho free hcIiooI In connection
with tho Academy of Loretto. Not only
remember it, but put omo cunngo in
your pocket, and by purchasing some
thing from tho many useful and orna
mental articles you will llml on sale,
show a (llHpD-lilon to encourage It. This
will boa small thing foryuu to do, but a
hundred persons doing tho same, will ag
gregate a sum that will prove a substan
tial and lasting bcuelU to thu scliool.
Thu ladles In charge ,wlll receive you
cordially, treat you kindly, and, should
you leave tho hall two or threo dollars
nooror in ptintO than when you entered
It, you will be n hundred dollars richer
In approbation of conscience, and the
conviction that you did your duty.
tfrtio l.tuirli ut Ilia Court Hoiiar-Snloon.
Jimmlu English will tot a frcu lunch at
tho Court JIouso Saloon every morning
at 10 oclock, and ho invites his friends,
parties attending on court from town
aud country, to comu and feast to their
full. Tho best of "hies, wines, liquors
and cigars on hand. t
Joint C. Jleccc.
About nluo years ago, John C. Mooco
was put on trial in this city, for tho
murder of Harvey Kudo, whoso dead
body was found lying beneath tho. Big
Muddy brldgo. There was a chain of
clrcuuiNtantlal uvidonco against Mecco
that was complete, when taken In con.
nection with tho testimony of ono
Aaron S. Tripp; but incdmpleto and In
sulllolent without Tripp's testimony.
Many persons believed that Tripp (who
was under Indictment at tho time, for
attempting to throw a train of cars from
tho track) sworo falsely, and so bellov- J
lilt' llfllll MlWliKk IICl lllllftAnl.l ll.i 41..,
court thought otherwise, ai.d Mooco w.ts
sentenced to bo hanged, At the hour of
midnight, preceding tho. day Used for
his execution, tho assoolato editor of this
paper took down Meeco's confession. In
that confession ho declared hlmsolf Inno-'
cent, aud requested us to bo present at
hh execution, to rocelvo tho same assu
rance from hint when ho stood on tho
brink of eternity. Aftor ovory arrango
mont had been made for his oxeuutlon,
n notlco was rocelved by tho Sherlir
commuting tho sontonoo from death to
Imprlsonmont for life, Thoreupon Mecco
. was conveyed to Joliet, whero, on tho
Jilh Instant, lie died, as anuounood by lis
yesterday. On his death bed he declared
that ho was Innocent of tho murder laid
to his ohargo ; and expressed tho bollof
that time would yet yludlcato his Inno
cence by disclosing Harvoy Itude's
Wo mako theso remarks that tho reader
may gain a better understanding of tho
communication on this subject published
by us yesterday;' '
P. G..Bchuh keeps, Landrail's' garden
seeds, tho growth .pf 1808;" perfectly
sound and reliable'. ' ' 2wd
Taggart expects, an Indian agency.
The appointment of Fisher to the Cairo
BUrveyorshlp hasben Vonhr'med'. '
The custom house work Is progressing
rapidly. r- o .r.f ,,--.
A few buckets of , alpe-water have ac
cumulated here and there in the.clty
enouKHriW'Pkdurf Breir that
Wo'feYhuKdate'd. iffi''(.nt ,v
Tbeolrcult. court, wilt probably .reach
tho end of the docket, Friday. "
There are at least 2,000 four legged
dogs In Cairo. Cp.m6;'fan'"lp;th"e;.Uv
legged kliidi'Padtlcalircan sec-uV' that
number aud go 2,000 better. '
M. J. McUauley has' succeeded Castle
A McGauley In the fourth ward drug
store. -.,, '
Mr. Murtle, who was badly (orn'by a
fierce dog.nlast week, Is, again on his
foot. . , , .
Tho local steamboat Inspectors will
arr'lvo In the clly'to-morrow. f
A week's reoess in the public school
will comraeuco noxt Friday.
Hedge Miller has received jiow clotli
Ing a splendid aud fashionable lot.
Take a look, at them., ,
There are nine por'sAns' In lh'6 city cal
aboose, flvo women and four men; iTho
meu, having been supplied with tools,
will bo worked upon the 'streets, after to
Alcxnnder County Circuit Court.
HON. DAVil) J, UAKBIt JK., JUDOK.
t'aturdir April ltth.-Slxlh Oar.
The people vs. Alfred Gorman . and
Frank Baker, larceny; fined $5, each
and sentenced to county jail for ono
Tho people vs. Florence MJddleton,
lancery; Jury returned verdict of guilty,
motion for now trial.
Tho people vs; .John Holahau, Wm.
Villlams,. and. Jphu Brady, .larceny;
defendehtfl arralnged plead not guilty.
Bernard Mc Manus vs. Patrick Mocklor,
appeal dismissed with procedendo.
Halllo W. Tlnimony vs. James i.
Timraony divorco. divorce granted as
prayed and I'cavo glyon complainant to
resume tier maluen, ,naDie.
The people vs. John Strieker, obtain
ing money under false pretence, con
tinued; with alios.
ifotiitxjr April IsthHvrrnth DAjri'Fortnoon.
Wm. C. Clark vs. Nicholas Hunsakcr,
replevin; judgment vs. defendant for
Win. M. Williams vs. John Hogan,
replevin ; Icavo askcU to amend affidavit.
Wm. J. Yost, assignee, &o., vs. tho
Hock River Ins. Co., assumpsit;' default
of defendant entered.
Johanna.CIark, vs. Mathew Clarkas-
sumplt; motion to strike causo from
Ntdhblas D.. Ghlo vs..Augustus Slgnla-
go, case; demurrer toDec. overruled and
Icavo to plead J pjjtantprv . .,
Heider4on M. Hulun -u. Harman II.
Fox, asuinplt'; Jujfgmont'vs. dofendant
Ignatius Brooke -vs. 'John Sheppard,
nituu)pilt; dfemurrer to Dec. ovorriiled.
Hiram -Walker vs.; Mark, 1'arsona it
Co., debt; writ aud declaration quashed.
Mary Gafl'uey vn. Martin Itellly, et al.,
Injunction;.. Injunction, dissolved, audi
leave given t,o;amend til.lt... a
Nixon Ellison & Co. vs. Southwestern
Inn. Co., assumpsit; leave given until
Wednesday morning to plead.
Exparto Elizabeth Jont-.s,y guardian,
&c, petition to sell real estato; report of
l'linnllan iu'llliiltlcd. v tif P
Hamilton Hargls vs. Wm. Inmnii, ap
peal dismlssod with proccdend.
Barton Itoblnson vs. Joseph Arnold, et
al., forcclosureof 'inbrtgagb; Icavo to lllo
amended to answer by to-morrow inom-
'?Kt l 1 1 ' . f i
MomUy, April Ulh, Eoronth Jaj Anrnoon.
Tho Peoplo Ac vs. Florence Middlo
ton, larceny; motion for now trial over
ruled.., - , , ; , . :
John ilogan for uso it-o vs. liobcrt
Wood, etuis, debt; leave to amend dec
laration, and third plea sustained, do-'
murer to fourth' and fifth pleas sustained.
Hamilton Hargls vs. William Inman,
appeal; dismissal of appeal set aside,
aud Uavo given until Thursday morn
ing to answer rule.
Edwin It. Taggart vs. Patrick Botfly,
assumpsit; domuror to declaration over
ruled, and leave given to plead.
Nixon, Elllsqn & Co. ypt. Su.th West
ern InsurancoCo., Assumpsit; leavo en
torett to plead by Wednesday morning
next. , ...
Thqmas Wilson vs. Walter M. Phil
lips, assumpsit, leavo entered to plead by
Wednesday morning. .
Smith itBegga vs. Wm. M. Williams,
etals, mechausesliou; ru.lo.ou defendants
Williams ami Taylor to answer inter
pleaders by t6-morrow -morning.
Martin Ideating vs. tho Albauy Iiisur,-,,
anco Co., debt; venue oUauged.to U. S.
Ignatius Brooks vs. -John Sheppiml,
assumpsit; demurer to declaration over
ruled. Susanna C. Mulcahoy vs.- Adeline Ar
ronton, etals; inarrlago of dofendint,
Adeline1 Arrnton, -with James Konni
Johaua Caprotz, oUl, vs, John W. Tro
vor, otal, bill for roller; motion to araond
Exparte, Caiharlno Berry, petition to
sell real estate; contluudd for roport. j
Allco Strickland vs. Nelson J. Strlok
land, dlvdrco'; rule on dofolidaui to au
swer by to-morrow niornmg.
AIry Gaftnoy vs. Martin Belllj-', ot al,
!M9.Hr VSRWVWf.. to Wl- .sustainod,
injuntitloi) dissolved, audleve glvon to
Sarah :jltt)s vs. Jqhiir.JJwes,
ot al, bill to correct mistakes; con'tlnuei
far soYjgpt f?n lefif.Hdpts,' uut Horved.
The large crowd that wtyqeasad ,Wfe
anniversary ceremonies of tho Arab Fire
Company, In tho Athoneum last night,
gave out convincing testimony that they
were not only well entertained general
ly, but at times delighted. Tho pro
gramme, as published In the 'Bulletin'
yesterday eveulug, was carried out, in
volving about two hours and a half of
the evening.. s-Tho president read bis In
augural, announcing that ho assumed
tho "presidential chair" for tho ninth
tlmo, with Implicit confidence I n his
ability to successfvlly managotho aifairs
of the company. He rovlowcd at length
tho history of tho company, its present
financial condition, showing it to bo the
possessor nt this tlmo of $10,000 worth of
unincumbered real estate, machinery
and bonds, etc., but stating that If the
city failed to respond to tho domund for
an appropriation to cover accrued and
accruing expenses, ho advised the com
pany to dissolve. He complimented tho
menibersand subordinate officers, assur
ing thorn collectively that they had set
examples whloh other fire, companies
might profltablyfollow. Tho establish
ment of a library for "yoU'iK Arabs" was
spoken of, and allusion made to tho beset
montsand temptations to which thuyouth
aro subjected, thu speaker remarking
that in the year 1812 ho was loafing
about an engine house, playing poker
and indulging iu other enervating pas
times himself. As a euro for these vi
tiating indulgences he urged tho library.
Tho Hon. H. W. Webb, Hon. D. J.
Baker and Col. Bcarden, also delivered
short addresses, tho first named gentle
man complimenting In the highest terms
our entire tiro department.
Au amusing pautomlne followed the
adjournment of the business meetlug.
This concluded the company and a num
ber of citizens enjoyed the hospitalities
of president Winter nt the Delmonlco.
Upon the whole tho affair was a pleas
ant one and managed quito creditably.
If anybody anywhere Is of tho opinion
that his locality has tho queerest, most
erratic and unreliable assortment of
weather extant, we would bo pleased o
lay a small wager with him and com
pare notes. Here tho weather will coar
a man to wear a linen coat as ho leaves
home from dinner, and snow on him as
he returns to his supper. It will suggest
tho Idea of making garden to-day and
furnish frozon ground to dlg'.ln to-morrow.
It will coax out early blossoms
that it may nip thorn with frosts the
moment they unfold their beauties. It
will start an individual on n half hour's
Journey In tho midst of genial sunshine
and drench him with raiu before bo re
turns. It will cause a man to wrap up
In heavy over coat and comforter In tho
morning that It may pour down a blis
tering sun on him at noon-day to mako
him look ridiculous. Such weathers
Last night lco was formed. ' On Sunday
it snowed in Washington. Tills mor
ninc it is cold, fires belm: a luxury. But
who can hay that to-night wo will not
;be Hwcltoring in heat and fighting mus
! qui toes! Nobody.
Tho delinquent lUt will bo commonccd on
tho 10th ily of April, thoio wldiing to mvo
(cent, hnd better come to tho Court houso nt
Jonco and et-ttlo.
LoMs II. Mykks, Collector.
.. ... .i .. i in ii
' Louis Herbert has Just received at his
(restaurant a splendid lot or fresh shell
oysters, In prime order. Ho has also re
ceived a supply of Cincinnati lager.
This flrst'Clans restaurant Is as usual
prepare!, to serve customers , wjth ,al
kln'ds'of luxurious and substantial cata
Iblca In tho most cleanly and acceptable
, Egyptian block, basement floor.
Spalding's Jatamansi Hair restorer is
jireciu'ly what it professes to bo, a iiaik iies
tokative. It is tho fairest and lafest pre
ianitIon of tho nge. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply at P. G. Schuh'a drug store.
1 JIEKTIXG OV THE STATE
At the, recent meotiug of tho Joint com--
mUteo from tho City Council, held In
conjunction with a number of citizens,
the following committees wero named to
Jurraugo fur tho entertainment of tho Illi
nois State Pre.-s Association, to meet In
this city on the 21st Instant:
COMMITTKK OV ItliCKlTION'.
John H. Oborly, chairman ;
James C. Carroll, Chairman Board of
Aldermen, Councilmou P. W. Barclay,
J as. S. Hearden, Louis Jorgeusou, Alder
men Jos. Mcmlcll, W. A. Hedmau, Fred
Messrs W. W. Thornton, D. Arter. D.
Hurd, Hon. Wm. H. Greon, Hon. Wm.
J. Allen, Jno. W. Trover, H. P.Goodall,
S. S. Taylor, James Johnson, H. II. Can
dee, S. P. Wheeler, Wm. Strattou, C. N.
.Bross, l)r. C. W. Dunning, Br. H. Ward-
ner, Br. C II. Evans, and Joel ti. Mor
gan I1XLI. AND BANQUET.
Messrs. Hearden, Jorgensen, Theobald,
Trover, Sandusky and II. H. Mason.
COMMITTEE OS AUKANaEMENTS.
Messrs. Trover, Satlbrd, Carroll, Lon
organ and Schutter.
COMMITTEE ON TOASTS.
Messrs. M. B. Harrell, MoKee, Popo,
Morgan, Dunning and Lyon.
COMMITTEE ON EXCURSION.
Messrs, Halllduy, Taylor. Saflbrd,
Johnsdi. kjnd Hurd; ' ' "
'CoMMm-EB 6S MU8I0. '
Alossrs. Robblns, Br.oss, Smyth and
. Try,8pal(ling' Jatl'"Jtnl Bnir restorer. It
,1a unuo'tibtedlv tho best hair nronaratlon ovw
uurouuceci to th public, '"toe 'sale; wholo
saloorTotall, at P. G. Schuh's. 'itov3'w,, J
Messrs. ParsonsDa'Via Co. Jiavejust
added a pocket '.cutlery .department
to their establishment, whleh is de
serving of tho attention ofvall ideal.
ers in that lino. Their stock 'In
cludes all grades from the.coarsepioayuke
"Barlow" to the'fltlest article mnu
factured, exhibiting the best' ana -wont
of .both American and foreign make. Iri
theillne'of table cutlery they are equally
well stocked keeping a variety from
which all kinds of demands may;' be
served most satisfactorily;
Messrs. P. D. & 'Co. varo already well
known throughout a good portion of the
south as very cxtenslvp and successful
qdeenswnrolmportersabd dealers They
have been able and hayomado Itapohit
to successfully competo'with the cheapest
queeuaware markets of the northwest.
What they havo done In tho queenswa're
trade, they will do in this now depart
ment to their house, i..c. furnish such in
ducements to buyers of all kinds of cut
lery as will throw them In 'successful
competition with tho best markets of the
country. Cull on them and look through
"Barrett's'' Premium Hair Hestora.
Barrett's" don't stuln tho Hkln or
"Barret's" overtops everything.
First, try "Barrett's."
Barclay Brothers wholesale agents,
Cairo, Illinois. d&wlw.
Part I.Ut Tor the 24 Hour Euillnc
Tu-o o'clock, 1. M.
Oen. Andf rion, Collim.j Wni. Whtt, Tftducalii
Thompson Lipan, N. O.
Wild buck, Pituburg.
John Lunuden, Nanli.
I) F.l'A nTU RKS.
Ocn. Andenon, Golum.; Wm. Whito, IVIuoaIi:
Mginl, l-t I.nnin. Tliornpton Icn,St. Loul.
WIIJ Duck, St. Lonlf . Uubk-on. St. Loul.
. Abconn. Kt. Louli.
The weather continues variable as is
natural to spring, but the temperature is
rather unreasonable, being much cooler
than we generally expect in April.
Tho suu shown out occasionally this
morning, but snowy looking clouds kept
him generally obscured.
Tho Mississippi aud Missouri begin to
show signs of weakness in climbing up
their banks, and aro stationary in sev
eral placos. If tho lato rains havo not
been very generul aud heavy, wo may
hope to hear of a decided decline.
Tho Ohio Is again stationary at Pitts
burgh and Wheeling, and tho Monon
gahcla is rlslug from tho effect of the ro
cent heavy rains. The Ohio was still
frlllng rapidly at Cincinnati and Louis
villo yesterday, with only six feet In the
channel over the falls, , ,
Hero tho river has fallen six inches
since our last report making a total dci
cllne ofnlno Inches.
Business has revived and considerable
freight has been handled
The Hublcon received here about 20
tons assorted freight fur St. Louis.
The Will to brought out teutons Min
dries for Cairo and reshlpment South.
Tho Abeonn and4VJId Duck discharged
10 tons iron for rcshfpmont to points
along tho Illinois Central railroad, and
o0 tons assorted merchandise for rcship
Tho. John Luinsdon dlschargod 2o
hhde tobacco at Paducah, aud. brought
here 10S hhds tobacco for rcshipmetit to
New Oileaus, -IS hhds tobacco for reshlp
mont EaBt, per Illinois Central railroad,
and 200 bars and bundles iron, -10 dozen
cedar buckets, oO bales cotton yarn, -10
pkgs sundries for St. Louis,- 11 bbls
whisky for Memphis.
Tho Thompson Dean discharged hero
12 hhds sugar and a few sundries for
reshlpmont to Nashville; 290 bgs seed,
20 bbls potatoes, 12 pkgs sundries, for re
shipment per the I. C. K. II. The Denu
had 1180 tons of freight on board when
she arrived at this port, and mado tho
run from Now Orleans in five days twenty-two
hours that beiug her wholo time
out from port to port.
Ono item of thu cargo of tho Dean, for
St. Louis, is a rather singular ono 4000
pigs lead. - This romluds us of- tho old
saying, "carrying coal to New Castle,"
which, In England, Is equivalent to our
Pittsburg iu thu production of that ar
ticle. Tho Steamer G. A. Thompson, Capt.
Alex. Frazier, sunk and burned last Sat
urday morning, at 2 o'olock, 60 miles
above Pluo Blull", Ark. river. Boat and
cargo total loss. Seventeen lives wero
also lost, among whom wero both clerks,
Geo. Ely and John Perkins, both of Cin
cinnati. Cap. Frazler's family "wore on
board, but wero saved.
Landroth's Frosh and ltoliablo Garden
Seeds at P. G. Schuh'a drug store. in31-vd
' COTTON CAHUS, ,
dici, o., Aci
Tho best in tlio market -of nil kinds solid, innvablo
nad perforated tooth.
192 Commercial Avenue, corner Twelfth trfit.
martidtf CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
rjlHE. jfMEXIOAN BVER-BEARINa
Tho Best Vai'ioty Known
A .CONTINUOUS AND I'ltoUKIC Iteutot from thu
jt. tlrst of Juno until front rleli, Ktib-iuilil flavor,
fine tier, Mronit. trrower, vlKoroud habit. AltOKther
uprlorto nyotliir knuwn Trlety. 1'rlco 83 per
iloien. Tlio uiMlvrtlcnc'd nru tlio tloncrul AgrnU for
Pouttiern lllinoi, fT!nntlo alon? nml routhofO.
Sl M. it. It.,) of wliom, or their authorited njsenU, nil
plntn or Ix-rrlt-H in Houhrn Illlnolt miiitl'' ordered.
From Inrto mn'tuu. i.. .-itltiiony llinfollowln let
ter to J. 1. WliltlnK, Ek.. of Uetroit, aire on Idea or
Ihopatlrnatlnnln wlilrli this varlityiH held by tnoo
fiitnlllar with lt eiijM-rtoridinr.iotcristlcs t
Dundee, Mich., JUrchl, ISO).
J. 1'. WHITINO-ii'rr In wmwor to your Inuiilry
reUtivo t6 the introduction ot mMxlcan I.ver-Bcnr-ing
Wrawborry into llitK country. I limn the honor to
tnto that It bronchi f"'"i Mexico In tho lull of
by K. Mm-k an intimate Menu of our family,
who presented m with n hli. from which tho vines ot
K. Hcranton Wito prOag.ited,
The vlnea mo iKoroiit Krowt-r, nnd sufllolontlr har
dy to endurnnny nrilituiry heat or cold. Thl straw
berry l nprollllc bftttor, oprnlnK it IJ""'om early
in the apring, mid coiitlnuiiiK U blo.nom und Ixiar
until thn froxt ruta tho Tluea in tlio lull. TholU
vur of tho berry la rxrellenti nnil, owing to Ita firm
neaaandhtck of aaidity.wlll bear traniportatlon Ut
ter than any other btrawlwrry. lti-peclfully,
' J. W. MAfcO.V, M. D.
The following tcat.inony l from A. II. Tuber, pro
prietor of thn Middle Homo, Detroit, formerly of tho
Richmond Iloute, Chicago:
Detroit, January 13, 1SC9.
Thla la to certify thit I have, durlnir thn months of
Jt, Julf, .1rt, Srimhtr eiul (Jttvtxr.trt a And cot
ntfwStra berry called the Mexican Kvor-llearlnjr.
and grown byJ. I. Whiting Co., in tho aeaaou of
lliB, and find them til be u Jimnut pf kifh rvr. gevd
n:r, and well worthy of rultlvfttlon. A. II. TAD KIT.
I'ropnotor iliddlo Huue, Detroit, Mich.
Hnbbard ic Kerney, General Agenta for Poutheni
lihniif, for K. 1.. Legj .t Co., Chlojfio, Cenorol Agent
for the fctatc .
ir. w. iiumiAitw,
XV. It. Ki:iCM-:V, Cairo,
j. i. nmrixu a :., rroiirivtom,
apCliSmSm Iktroit. Michigan.
yAUD'S KUKEKA TON'IC!
Ward's Illiciunntlc Lliianicut !
Now linn reputation overall other reinwiiea beforo
tho public, for l .- r-wuii it luu ourtxi uiuuy eo that
havM Ijal'.lod tin- akill uC'm it mat vmlnent pliylcinna,
and pronounopd im nr.il.U by them all. IVr.'Otia atlf
ferlngwith liynjM'p.1.1, Indirection, flelc or Nervntu
trendauhr, riiill.nnd fVrcr, Typhoid and HllllmuKo
iera, CuukIi., Coldx, Guiiriiiiiiiuii, Kheuumtlf in. Neu
ralgia, I'uin in -' 'idt, llreit, or Hack, liould nt
unco procuri' u ltilt itiflh of lhea invaluable remo-dk-i
and Iks rcatnreil nt onco to perfeet health.
KUKKKA TONIC H Kood for Debility from aay
raiue. It liu n- e.iial in a lVnul Ilemetly. ltaid
DlRCntion nnd puriiluK tlio Iilood, and pravenM illa-eae,clim(netlni'yiitemofalllmpuritle-,
remain, protuuo a willow complexion and brini; on
hit-ate that m iUc life one ol injury. VoKl'a Hiiro-
ka Tonia l oomounded of tho purest egitablo Kx
tract, and lit plraant to take, nnd mild in Ita action
on thu ayatem.
Try oiio hot lie it will keep your Livir and Stomach
rlfilit, and irovtut billioiiMivia.
W. M. WAHD, Covingtoo, Ky.
Wholefaloaud lletall Agent, Cairo, llllnoi.
AuJ for talo by lriifirli i;enrnI1y. mar01-3m
gAINT CIIAKLKS 110TKL,
THU ST. CHAUI.KS HOTKL,
Tha only FIItST-CLAiM HOTEL in Cairo
la now In thomot unoti-entlonnblo order for sucjIj,
The paat Summer.
1oX'iriW, 0d OO jPoi- ZD ivy
Uaffgao Cnrt-leil in nml frciiu tlio Hotel
I'j-uo ut Cliarf,-e. (
Day Hoard, 'Acenty-Fice Dollar per month
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DYAS T. PAltKKlt. JOIIM li, 1'IIILLIS.
pABKEB & PIIILLIS,
Coiuinlsslou and l'onvartllns Mercliouts
And Dealer Iu
liny, Corn, Outa, llrnu, null nil Ulutla ol
OHIO LF.Vi:B CAIIIO, ILL,
3. D. AYCUS.
A YEHS & CO.,
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O Q At MIH H ION M UT. C2I.I A'
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, (Sucet'ora to Cunningham icSlratton,)
Grocers and Couiuiisslou Merchuuls,
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