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WEDNE8DAY, APKIL 14, 1869.
FUHLISHKt) TIT J0II1 II. OHKHLT A Cd.
M. Jl. HAKKELL, ASSOCIATE KDITOK.
in '. ... . xa-A
T.ftfl A T. VlHVfi
CapMs. UeuMe, ah Tex-TlixtutW
tho Cairo and EvatiHVillo trade and one
of the original owners of -the Egyptian
DlocKjjs in tlio pity on n business trip.
Mir . ."i'J n.i, t f;L i1
A beautiful day opened clear and cool
thin morning, arid preserved Its consist-
vuvy up 10 - ociock jr. iu. ur tno mor-
row wo uiukv no -preuicuonsu i t- . r
Tlio public schools will undergo tho
quarterly examination to-morrow and
next, nay. a recess of one week com
mences on Friday.
Wo wero culled , upon, ycserday qveu
Ing by Mr. Thomas Lewis, formerly of tho
press dt tills city, 'but now1 an agent of
tho Atlas Life Insurance ,cqmpany.
The two llttlo boys; whose mother took
unto herself the hegio husband of a ne
gro woninn living In tho lower part of
tno city, aro now well cared for In tho
orphun's asylun. They will bo properly
ecnooieu u permitted to remain.
Judge Smedley, and old and hlehly re-
spotted citizen of Paducah, Torn ritiihber
of yearsjudgy of the police court of tBat;
city, died very suddenly on Sunday last,
A few iriinutd before his tleath, he a'
in uis usual Health, engaged In a conver-
Diuuu wiiii mem ours oi nis lamiiy.
A countryman, attending court, hols-
ted a little tt much of the liquid "whoop-
eni-up" ueninu his countenance yester
day evening, mid became obstreperous,
snowing an ungnvernnblo Itching to
ngni somebody. . ,Jio
calaboose last night
brought-up In tho
Wo hear that Mr. John Q. Harman
has not received that beneilt from his
triptoandiiojourn in New Orleans that
he anticipated. Tho latest word from
him Is to the clfcct that lio Is uot in us
good health as when ho left. Tho cause
of the fcet-back, If any Is known, was not
Commltteroirn, Tak Xoilrct
Tlie members of the various commit
tees appointed to mako arrangements
for the entertainment of the Illinois
Profs Association, will please meet in
tho city council chamber to-morrow
(Thursday) at 2 o'clock p.m. Itls highly
desirable that there should be a full at
tendance. J. S. ItKAiiriE,v,
Chairman Com. Reception.
IOilla Herbert has just received at Ills
restaurant a Mileinllil lot oi fresh shell
oyMer, in prime order, lie lias also re
ceived u iiiiiply of Cincinnati luger.
Tlii Urn l clunt rctaurmit Is as umial
nrc'imreil to servu customers with all
klmlfl of luxurious and bubatantinl euta-
Mtn In the inont cleanly uud aecAptable
ui. fty tv.
Kgyptlau lilnelc, basement floor.
The ft rand Jury, Just adjourned, pro
tc-ht most solemnly that they will not
Kcrvu again until the county court pro
vides a room that Is Hot an itiMilt to
ordinary decency. Tho room assigned
the Jury is very contracted In Its dimen-
fclous, wholly ii n (It for the uo intended.
Itblioiitd be enlarged as suggested, by
inrertlng folding doors In 'the partition
dividing It from the county judgo's bed
room. This will double th6l room, Insuro
comfort and convenience, nnd ought,
therefore, to bo done.
Tlie ltilrlktriui(I Ollin Snlllvnn.
The collUlon between tho Cairo uud
F.vausvlllo packet Quickstep nnd the
fcteamer Ollie bullivau, at the head of
Diamond Island on ijaturday night, was
referred to In our river column, yester-
day. The I'uducuh 'Herald' gives tho
following particulars: Tho Quickstep
whistled once and the Sullivan answered
Witli one whistlo, but soon after the
Quickstep commenced pulling accrnhs
tho boa in of the Sullivan and blowed
two whistle, but being too lato for the
Sullivan to change, she again blowed
ouo whistle and commenced backing, tho
Qulckstopcoinlnc ahead nil tho time,
striking th Hulllvnn just forward of tho
ash pan, cutting her through to tho kel
son, when sho sunk In about five mlnutea
up to her hurricano roof. All the pas
sengers and crew wero saved by Jumping
on tlio stern of tho Quickstop, but ouo
lady and her two children, who went
down with tho Ill-fated steamer uud
wero drowned. From ull wo havo heard
of tho accident, tlio Quickstop is to
A llnltburlnn Fctltller'B I'ucU.
A privato letter from Humllton coun
ty, In this State, says that ono night last
wcok, u peddler, carrying nu uuusually
heavy ami bulky budget, stopped at a
farm house, about sis miles from Mo-
Leansboro, and asked permission to i
leave the pack, for he was worn out nnd.
comu carry . .u.iw. x,.o consents
lin liulu nt tha lloUSO bellll? iralnprl Ihn I
. . II l..HM.M fill. A. ,l
, ' , . 1, " "7: ' aguin, caiieu .upon to serve as grand. Ju
paok was deposited in tho sitting-room, rora. Wnentmllv submittal. J
and tho peddler passed on. Just before
retiring to bed, tho lady oi tho house'
found It necessary to movo tho pack,
and in dofni: so
' k. i i i Vi I
uiscovoreu mui, it con-
talntd a man. She at ouco advised" her
...oi....i ..f n... . .,ji,n ..-.. I
volver Into the. budget, tho.roport being
ausweredbyauputeryof Wiln. Tho man
being released, was, found tho possessor
of a revolver and Bowie-knife, and con
fessed that it washls'ptirpdsb to rob the
family, and burn; tho building to hoover
up hiafylme. Tho, ball flred by thetarirf
er havirigpeneftted the bqwels1 ,of the
would.bo-robber auu jtfqeudjnry, lie' 'died'
during the ensuing day.
AJ& weights ago a citizen Jlylngla tho
upper part of the city, happening to be
up at a late hour of the higbtf oV rathetj
an eany uour or ine morning, discovered
flames fMUlBg-frefitheiteopof the house
on Twenty-olghth street, occupied by
mo spot, ana water ueing convenient,
At.Uia Umf,,iMr Btump. was lying in
bed, seriously HI, and a couplo of lady
inmates of tho house, who had been
watching , him had Ml 'alien ' kaleer.'
Taking a4yaiiUgB'6f thfoWndltioij tt
affairs, somo Infernal scounurctsaiunlteSf
the steps and front door sill with coal oil
adding fragments of a pine box, and ap
tho only entrance to tho housei the In
, . . . T,iTn.r:";r
I III IT frnm Mm tv ni nm tan (w.ly..t
to tho ground, or by rushlngWough tiW
IlaineV.' Mr. St'utnV, who' Via exoeeU-
ingly weaKwould inovltabbvliavo nor
Ished in vthe building had uot the flro
beon pfomntly arreetedi Tho women
might have escaped, but not-wlthout in
jury- It is quite clear. tAke any .view of
tho caso wo may, that some 'fiend In hu
man shape Intonded to burh'thbbUlIdltiH,
hopjugud believing that the lnmatee
would perish iu &e flailied. We can form'
no other conclusion.
Aenckof shavings, fragrrinntsofa plhp
box and some matches were found iu
tho vicinity, which, it Is hoped, may fur
nlsh a clue to the incendiary.
. , h -
Spaldinirs JatarunniL Hair restorer ii
precisely what il nrofewie to be. a haih keh
TOrAtivk. It i the surcut nnd uf.t pre
or retail, applatl. O. Seliuh's urtig utoro.
As It Miould Mr.
The appropriation" of ono thousand
dollars from the city treasury, by tho se
Mf000!!, 1m; ;teh;, toward defraying
tho expenses Incident to the entertain
ment of tho fJtato Prem Amooiatron in
this city, on the 21st aady22d, is an act
that will meet very general approyal. It
is uesirablo tliat-Cairo as Itls, its won-
D-Ir " V "7 " f , V
and in prospect, should bo moro fully In
troduced to the world. And the press of
the state, speaking of these things, will
give them a wider notoriety than they
would otherwise obtain In a century. A
hundred editors, pleavod with our hospi
tality, will proclaim to thousands and
tens of thousands of readers, that Cairo
is not that marsh and rnlro that many be-"
neve it to u; uut a city, provided with
schools of tho highest order, churches,
newspapers, banks, a flro department.
heavy and successful business houses.
and all tho concomitants found In cities
of maturer growth. Thero aro scarce
ly a dozqu newspapers in tho northwest
that are uot proue to ridicule Cain. Cer
tainly If any city In Christendom fulls to
receive even-hauded Jutlco , from ,tho
press, that city is Cairo., Tiui opportunity H
I ' . ....J'l '. . ' ' .4.' r -.'
inuuv (iie.iemeu iu secure iiiut justice.
and, if wo aro wise, we will avail our
selves of it Ureot' ohr guests kindly
and hospitably, .show them what Cairo
Is; give them tho reasons 'for the fuIUi,
tliut is in us that she is destined to be
come the great mart nnd emporium of
the Mlhsisslppl valley, ud..i hundred
pens will recdrd It alj for the eyes of as
muny thouhaiiil readers.'"' "M
H!orl of tlio Ornuil Jury April Term
of tho AlmnnitiT Circuit Court. '
To Hon D.J lUkrr, Jr., Jiulg Circuit Court, Cairo,
Your grand Jury- before closing their
labors, visited tho county Jail, agreeably
to tho request of your honor, and found
tho same to bo iu a cleanly and whole
some condition. Wo. Iuqulrod particu
larly of tho prisoners regarding their
treatment, diet, &c, to each and all of
whiclsatI(raclory answers werfcYeturned.
Wo noticed that somo portions of tho
lloor and celling are very much out of
repair and should at once bo attended to,
Tlio grand jury once moro (as former
Juries havo repeatedly dono) would oar
nestly call the attention of your honora
ble body, as well as the Judges of tho
county court, to tho cramped, cribbed
ami conuneu quarters assigned mom in
which pursuo their deliberations. Tho
room is entirely inadequato for tho pur-
poso intended, it being impossible for tho
witness to face but a portion of tho Jury
at a time; and during tliosummer months
Insupportablo from heat, and in tho win
ter as equally uncomfortablo from' the
close proxjmlty of the stove, (which is
tiirivoldablo owing to tho yant of room)
to tho seats of tho Jurors. Wo would
Biiggest that folding doors bo placed
between the frpnt room and tho one ad-
Joining, to bo opened when the.igraud
Jury Is in session, which would obviate
the present difficulty. Tho room hi its
present filthy, crowded condition, is an
I lAA4r t t ' f
msuu 10 uio jurors who aro compelled to
transact their business within Its narrow
limits, nnd' we earnestly rocoranie.nd all
future, grand Juries, to rofuso to transact
any business or meet for their delibera-
vi,i,i c, n .io '-,. .. ...
of U8 p,cdg0 oureeives whenever Ave nroi
, .? . .
W IMiq M VilUU HUU U 1
Jewittt Wilcox. Foreman.
j. b. Humphreys. Clerk.
Francis Vlnnpnt. .TnniflH Onrlnnil
ired. Whltcamp, Kmul,WiIsou, ,
- : --r-i l J t I . T". . ' ' " i .
nuweii ni, Jiuuueu,
H. A.. Hannon, ' ,
Marion Davis, i
S,!11 Ii;.., S?P"Y
Jolm W. Strauhnl, John K. Wallace,
Cairo, ill., April 13, 1809. ,
P. G. SohHU kceoi.iIiantlrotU'8 Harden
seeds, tho growth or 1808; perfeotiy
sound'aVitf tellable! '! i.rtO "I'fcwd
HON. DAVID 3, UAKKR JR., JUDGE.
TueiJy April lllh.-fllxth Dar.
The People va Florence Mlddleton, lar
ceny; tno defendant sentenced to tho
pealtontlary for two years and nine
Tho People va Win, Peyton et al, lor-
qony j noUe-proacqut entered -t-rf ,
The People vs Wm. Peyton et al, bur
glary; the first count in indictment
quashed The defendant, Allon Coving
ton, plead guilty, and sentenced to the
penitentiary threo years. Jury; and
verdict of guilty, and that defendants,
i'eyton and Itobinsou, bo confined in
penitentiary threo years each. Motion
for now trial entered.
Tho People ys John Hollahau et al,
larceny; Jury, and werUIct of guilty, and
that defondaat, , Brady, bo confined In
penitentiary for three, yean; and that
defendants, Hollahau aad Williams, bo
confined la penitentiary five years each.
Sentence aeeordlHgly. . a
Tho People vs Harry Mines, larceny;
iiiollo prosequi entered;
i Uurroughs s Co. vs Geo. O. Mayo et
al, mechanic's lien; dismissed as per
agreement on file.
Samuel Wilson vs Buckingham C.
Nye, ussumpslt; court assesses damages
at $163 00.
Boyle, Miller fe Co. vs tho Southwes
tern Insurance Company, assumpsit:
demurrer withdrawn and leave given to
Purcell & Greely vs David A. Bunton,
assumpsit: dismissed at plaintiffs cost.
William Kluge vs John C. Miller et al,
assumpsit? motion to strike third plea
from ill 6s. , f
John Slogan for use, etc, va Geo. W.
Browa etal, debt; rule to plead extend
ed until Thursday morning next.f '
Horace,MT)Upee vis Trover. Homana
A Co., aasUnapfllt; defeudsnt, Trover,
confessed judgement for $160 00. Judg-
Jflcbb'KUno'v'fl'AVJlllam iL WilUama
tCo., mechauio'ji, lien; apearance of
ueienuunu, WB. it WUhums. S. Htaatu
rJ aylor uud KdwItt'Parsons, entered.
Joseph Jones vrf'Abraham Williams et
al, foreclosure of mortgage; rep6rt of
master In chancery approved.
Ihomas H. Macrinnis. L'u.inH.ni. vh
BarahFlyetal, bill for dower; rule to an-
swor by to-morrow morulug.
John C.Yautlsvs Thomas J. Cralcct
nl, foreclosure of mortgage; default en
tered and continued.
The Teoplo vs Jefierson Dobbins, rape;
nolle as to first count, and motion to
quash second count overruled. Defend
ant arraigned ; plea not guilty.
lho People vs Samuel Hardiu, larce
ny; defendant arraigned aud pica not
Tho Peoplo vs James Barrett, ussault
u murdur; iudjetment .quushed.
lho People vs William Peyton, et al,
arceny; motion to qnash Indictment
Tho People vs Harry Mines, larceny:
erdlct of Jury not guilty.
-Monday April mti Ninth I).tji Forenoon.
John Hogan, for use, Ac, vs Bobert
Wood, et nl., debt; leave to amend fourth
plea by to-morrow morning.
John Gates & Co. vs Orsonlllewitt. et
nl., assumpsit; demurrer to declaration
Thomas Aldrldgo vs Johnsonappeal;
motion to dismiss suit for want of cost
i Wm. KlugovsJ.C. Miller, et al., as
sumpsit; third plea stricken from files.
I. L. :ieliiianuytfS,L,StltesJc Da
vid Coon, ussumpslt: deniurrer tp plea
In abatement overruled 'and1 trnt wril
and declaration bo quashed.,;
.Apui to ilizubeth Jones, guardian, &c,
petition to sell real estate; guardian's ro
, Allco Strickland vs Nelson J. Strlck
lank, dlvorco; default of defendant en
tered and referred to muster to tnko
Tho pooplo vs. Jefierson Dobbins, in
cest; motion to quash indictment over
ruled. The peoplo vs Jefierson Dobbins, rapo;
Jury sworn aud trial progressing.
iRES.S ASSOCiATIOX.' -
At the recent meeting of tho Joint com
hilttco from the City Council, held iu
.(injunction with a nuiubur of citizens,
(lie following committee.? wero named to
arrange for tho entertainment of tlio Illi
nois Statu Press Association, to meet In
this city on tho 21st Instant:
COJIMITTKK OP i-ff-ni'in"
John II. Qberly, chulrmun ;
James C. Carroll. Chairman Board of
Aldermen, Counellnien P. W. Barclay,
Jus. S. Reunion. Louis Jorgeusen.1 Alder-
men Jos. Meiulell, V. A. Itedmitn. Fred
Messrs VT. W. Thornton. D. Arfer. D.
Hurd, Hon. Wiu. H,. Green, Hon. Wm,
J. Allen, Jho. W. Troyer( H. P. Goodail,
B. S. Taylor, James Johnson, II. H. Can
deo, 8. P. Wheeler, Wm. Htratton, O. N.
HllL'llPH. Jud'H I). J. Buker. Frnilnllnn
Bross, Dr. C. W Dunning, Dr. H. Ward-
ner, Dr. C. ii. Jivuna, and Joel u. Mor
gan IIALIj and ijanquet.
Messrs. lteardeu. Jorirensen. Theobald.
Trover, tiundusky uud 11. It. Muson,
CbMSIIlTKB ON AKKANUKMUN'IM.
Messrs. Trover, Sall'ord,' Carroll. Lon-
organ und Behutter.
r. coMMirrKB oni toasts j u , .
Mvtsrs, M. B. Hur'relli Mcjiee, Popo.
(Alorgun, Dunning und Lyon".' '
com m rrrKK ds 'Kxounsrox.
Mt;srH Hulllduv.t Tuvlor.f Bairmul.
trf:ir.y--i , "
' ' COM iriTTEK N MUSIC.
MeMHrs. itobblns. 'Drifts.' Knivlli nnd
r . ThFr(oNchei(Vlar,TJa-k.. o
The fair for the. beneilt of ikei Loretto
free school will be' continued to-night
Letihero be a good turjfi-qUtX1 The!
Jet?t Is most deserving and should call
out'a rarge crowd. Everybody n'hould go.
'At . i .. r t t in
Vri Lnack at (tie Cenrt Mviue.
Jl'tnmle English will seta.free luirtirat
lielpourt Hquse Saloqii every morning
at 10 ociock, and hoilnvltes his friends,
parties ntteudlng on Court1 'frotri 'Wwn
and country, to Ooino Uud feast to.lh'eli:
full. The best of ules, wines,- liquor
and cigars on hand. fit
By buying yourgrocurles of J. H letcalf
who" keeps a lurgo niutAolwct etock tlio test'
family supplies, nnd iell, chenpor JhAn th'
clicapest, No. tiH Wiuhlngton nvcnuo, op
posito tho court house. jriarftf ''
Tlio delinquent list will be comtnoncod" bn
llio lOtli dny of Aprilj those -wishing to kV,(
cost, hnd belter conic to tho Court liouso nt
onc nnd settle. ' ' :' ' )t
Lotis If. MyeUS, Colleetor. -
Try Spalding's Jatainansl llnlrrc'storer. It
Is undoubtedly tlio bcst'lmlr propnratton over
liitroduded to tho public''. Ior snlc, wliolq
salo or retail, at P. SchMh'f. 3tow3 w
Port List rur the 34 JUTeura !inlittff
Two OllMSk, JP.Jf.
(Jen. Andiron, Colum.j Win. Whlip. Padiiwh! .
Olllrk.lnti. Km.. tin. M l ' '
(llo St. 1OUia. St. I.ftfllB. Illpk Pllllrtr. Nn. 3. V n
'(.....in, vinLiuiiiiiu 1 lIKIUlit, Al. i.
Ixtulstiuia, N. O.
J E PA HTUR E8
Oen. AnJonon, Colum.j Wm. White, PliiclJ
Alp, I'lttBcurfc- Belle St. Iuli, lcmphti.
Dick Eultoti No. .1, Pitta. Durllnff. Mrmplilx.
Vlrjhnlt, Loulinlle, Nick Wall, Ht: Loul.
Louisiana. I.oulitillo. JUfmnrok, H. O.
Tho weather is nice, moro, clear aad
ueugiiiiui, muiougii mo icmpuraiure was
decidedly wintry at an eariy hour this
morning Tho unclouded sun has upr
plied a temperature, as our report closes,
which cannot bo grumbled at, except by
'tfvo cnnstiutlonal grumblers who would
complain even when going to be hung.
Tho Mississippi Is rlidng at the, rate of
two feet a day at St. Louis, but falling1
aiowiy at jjuuuque. xuo Missouri is ris
ing at tho rato of eighteen inches per
twenty-four hours at Oodln'soqal psnks,
but falling at Omaha, some considerable
distance above. Tho Inulcatlons there
fore aro that there will not be moro than,
fivo or six feet moro' of a rise at St.
Louis, where the river Is still twenty-
two feet bclbw high water mark of 1801
Tho Ohio Is stationary at Pittsburg,
with six feet eight inches in tho channel.
The Monongahela Is rising again, and a'
small rise Is expected at Pittsburg. A sud
den rise of thirteen feet has taken place
In tho Kauuwha, which has caused a
rise of live feet In tho Ohio, at UalllpolU
aud Irouton, but tho rlycr was still, full
ing rapidly from Cincinnati to Cairo'.!
Tlio Kanawha is uguiu fulling und will
not fiflpct tlio rlvnr mnnh hnl..w T.nUtl t
vlllo. There is six feet over the falls.
Hero tho river has rallou six inches
slnco last report. ,
Business Is rather dull.
Tho Ouickston brought out 51 hnrru tin.
tatoes, L'i5 pieces hollow warp, 22 .sugar
kettles, and u lot of sundriesforBt. Louis;
ipigs morcuanuiso for reshlpmcntto
uoiumtms; ,u yuis liquors, 30 bbla meal,
lb pligs stoves, for reshipment to Mem
phis; 22 libls whiskey, 13 hhds tobacco,
for reshipment to N. O., and tlie folloW
Ing for Cairo: Pursons, Davis 4 Co,,' 1
crato and 1 hhd earthen wure; Louis
Miller bbl BUlphurwater; Mr. Taylor 2
chests; u. bchulul bbl cabbage.
. The Bnllo St. Louis discharged sovcral
tons sundries hero and received about -10
tons for way points.
Tho Wm. White, Captain Northern,
plork Jimmy Bovorly, Is the regular da
ly packet for Paducah this evening.
Tho Marble City, Captain Jack Carter,
Js the regular packet for Memphis and
yiplisburg this oven ing.
The Cumborlend, Capt. Billy Lowth,
Is the regular Cairo and JJvansvllle
packet this evening. j
Tho Mississippi, Cupt. Nat Green, is
tho packet for Now Orloans aud ull way
points this evening.
The Qulokstop, last Saturday" night,
was so uufortunato as tocomo in collision
with tho llttlo stern wheel steamer Ollie
Sullivau, a Wabash river und Evunsvllle
boat. The collision resulted iu tho sink
ing of the Sullivan to her hurricane
deck nnd thelossof three II vesu woman
uud two children.- It is not yet known
who Is to blumo for tho collision. That
soino.pcrsot Is (o blumo is very certain,
us Itls u matter of impossibility for two
bouts to co mo togother with suUiciout
forco to do olthor of them any Iujury if
lit ni pllou obey tho rules laid down in
bucU cases by the supervising iuspeotors.
Liiudretli'i Freah and Itullablu iGiirdca
Scuds ift 1. G. Hcliuh'a drug store. m312wd
COTTON CARDS,! ' ' '
c, Ac. ' ' '
1 t SAW8'
,Tlii'i'liol m tho market of all kindx solid, iiioviiUo
land perfuratod tooth. '1 'i 'H
v I rJ -1 k , A.iIJ wonwiw
, U 1 - will,.
aLeJo'coinme'ivial Awnue, carner-TirtlVWpt,,i
. liwudtf CAIHO.lLLINelB.-''
Tlio Best Variety Known
A. CONTINUOUS AND rttOUKIC iMwerfrom Uio
1. lirntof Juno ilnlll f(0ti rich, rnb-ncM tlaror,
fluo f Itc, sltonic EruHTfr, vigorous Imlnt. Allom'tlirr
Btiprlorto unyotlirr known variety, Trleo Uixr
iloton. Tho iii(lpritftiil nro tho llcnenil At;rnt for
Soiitlirrn lllinoiK, (Countlri nlons nnd south of (I.
plants Or U'trU'R in Ponthorn llllnol inustUiordcroil.
from n I nmotint of trMimonr lhnrbllolnR Irt
lr to.l. 1'. Whltfnjr, lq.. of Ilntrolt, nvn nn lilrnnf
tho f.tlniallon in uhirli thin vnriely I hold J tlioio
familiar Willi ildfUiporlorclinraftcrUti si
Dun.lcc, Midi., M.irrhi, 1S09.
J. v. wiiiTi.vr.
relulto to thulti'
fir i In answer ta yntir Innillry
!U"tlon orth Mexican Uu'r-licnr-
ing Mrawicrry nto tins fonnify. I havo tho honor to'
Ut that Itwim lirniii-ht from Mexleo In tho dill of
imo,i'j rfiv'K iui iiiiinmio iriPiiu iu our luiiiuj,
who prrtnntvd iu with a slip, from winch tha Tinea of
V. Hcrnntoti were propagated.
The vlnca nte trlKorous growers, and aufllelently linr
dy to endure any onllniily Iieat or eolj. Till. Htrnw
lierry Is a prolitto beater, opi nliiR IU Ummihi early
In the fprinR, nnd "i:,l.ii.ini i- l.lo.foin nnd In-nr
until thn front mti tlio vines in lho 'nil.-Tim 11a
or of thn iH'try U excellent nml, 6wIdk to IU nrtn
neMwnnd laek of alillty(vflll bear tran.p'jrtntlon Nt
tertlnnany other Htruwwrry. Ileii fully,
J.W. MAbON, M. I).
The following testimony U from A. 11. Tuber, pro
prietor of tho Uiddlo Houbo, Detroit, formerly of tho
Hlclimond Homo, Chicago I
Detroit. January 28, 1869.
ThMitdl-crtlfr that Ilmve. rlurlnc tho nlonths of
IMS, iiy v,.iwk mi lutlniato frienu of our family.
Jnt, flult, .l.f.if, imttnitr u.J IMmtr, ien and Cftl-
en me mrnwuernr eei inn .iiexienn Kter-iieannit.
and grown hy J. ('. Wlillliij-A. Co., In tha femon of
1V9, an'inrJ them to t n Jtmfmtf kirk rnr, rto
nit, and well worthy of enltltatinn. A: H. T'""';I
Proprietor Iliddle Home, Detroit, Mich.
nubbard K. Kerney, (.Vncrnl Agenta for Southern
Illinolii. for K. L. lui A Co., Chlouao, Uenentl Autnt
fortlierJtatT. 6 .
II. IV. 11UHIIAIU),
iy. it. ki:um:y, Cairo.
Ward's iUiciuuallc I.Iiiamcnt J
"Sovr hiu h repuutrim oierull other remediM lwforu
tho pnl'li-, for tho rvaum it enrod many csiofi that
Imvrt lutllwl tiv kdl ufniir unlet uiuliiinil ilijlolan,
nnd proii(tinifl iiKiirnble by them nil. 1'ercons' uf
fering with D;, -M'p,is, Inilleation, Hl-k or NrTom
Hendar he, CIHIU and l'ver, Typhoid Mud Illlllous Ke-.
vera, CouxhtJulJii, Jou.uiiipiiou, UliuuitiAiMiu, Neu
raisin, IUm in tU hide, Hriw.t, or Ihwk, whoirld at
once provuri' a eneVof th'o UituunUo reme
dies nnd Im rentored at nneo to perfeet hpultJi.
1.UHKM TOMi; i Kod for Dc lilllly from any
valitu. It loa rw i nual u a IVnmlo lUinedv. It alila
Diucttiou and pur tho IU.hxI. und nreventi dla-
eate,lcanincilieiyilcmof nUlinpiirltlti,litchlf let
remain, pr . u miIIuw voiiii.lvxiuii and brine on
iluoais tlwt tuakaalifc oiieot ini.iry. Woo Pa Iture-
K Tonlo i vouipuuimeii of tho jmreu VtMle lit
tni'la, and U ple&iant to take, and mild In IU nation .
on tho ayhb'in.
Iry ouo boiu it will kucp tour Liter and Stomach
right, nnd pruw..i hillioin.uo.. 1
W. M. WAltD. COTtDalon, Ky.
., WIio1o.aU.iuuI netnilAccnt. Cairo. llllnol.
And for ftl by Drupgii.t genendly. innr31-3m
gAINT ClIAltWJS HOTKL,
Oftii' o, IlliuoiM,
.....TIIK ST. C1IAULES HOTJiL,
Tho inbj FinxT.CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
la now In tho iiiont unexcoptlonabla order for Rticata.
THOROUGH Jti:. NOVATION
Tonus, la OO For 31n.y
liHggae Cnrrlcil to nml from tlio Hotel
rreo or tJlmrfje.
Day Hoard, JTwriify-Z-'irti Dalian jec month
JKWKTT WILCOX & CO.,
DYAS T. l'AHKKIt. JOHN II. l'JUW.18.
JpAIKKR & PHILLIS,
CouiHilsxIoii unil l'orwurdlug Merchants
And Ucftlcm iu
Uy, Corn, Outs, llraa, itnd all KluiU of
" i Vrotluce,
OHIO LKVEE OAinO. ILL.
h. J. AYEBS.
Y1JHS & CO.,
3fI OTJB. .
0'O M At IU S I O Y .VA' A' QU A N I'S,
Ne, 133 Uilul.cvc,
STJpATTON, HUDSON &CLA11K,-,
(."iKceswi to vunninsnam titration,)
"If I Hi'
I I' I
T"tirricers und Couuuisslou Mcrchauts,'